Polaroid PDC 5055
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PDC 5055 Digital Camera User Guide
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Self-timer LED Flash Viewfinder Lens Hand strap holder Microphone
1. Viewfinder 2. Flash charging LED 3. Power LED 4. LCD screen 5. Display button 6. Menu button 7. OK button 8. Zoom out button 9. Zoom in button 10. Buzzer 11. Flash/Up button 12. Right button 13. Self-timer/Down button 14. Left button 15. Capture/Playback mode button 16. Cover for USB port 17. USB port
Polaroid PDC 5055 Digital Camera User Guide www.polaroid-digital.com
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Power button Shutter button Battery/SD card door Tripod mount
1. Normal/Macro mode switch
Table of Contents
1 Getting Started... 7 Camera Package Contents.. 8 Attaching the Hand Strap.. 8 Installing the Batteries.. 9 Turning the Camera On and Off.. 9 Checking the Battery Level... 10 How to Navigate Menus... Camera Setting.. 11 Checking Camera Status.. 11 Camera Mode... 14 Drive Mode... 15 Setup Menu... 15 Setting the Current Date and Time... 16 Auto Power Save Settings.. 18 Setting the Beep Sound On/Off.. 19 Setting Frequency... 20 Setting Display Language... 21 Setting the Date Stamp On and Off.. 22 Resetting to Default Settings.. 23 Formatting the Internal Memory.. 24 Turning the Information Display and LCD Screen On/Off.. Taking Pictures... 27 Taking Pictures in the Normal Mode.. 27 Taking Macro Pictures... 28 Setting Flash Mode.. 29 Setting Self-Timer... 31 Zoom Feature... 32 Setting the Image Size and Quality.. 33 Setting Exposure Compensation.. 36
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Setting the White Balance for Pictures.. 37 Changing the ISO Speed.. Recording Video Clips... 39 Recording Video Clips... 39 Setting Video Resolution.. 40 Setting the White Balance for Video Clips.. Reviewing and Managing Pictures and Video Clips.. 42 Reviewing Pictures on the LCD Screen.. 42 Reviewing Picture and Video Clip Files in Thumbnail. 43 Auto Play... 44 Playing the Video Clip... 46 Protect or Unprotect One Picture or Video Clip.. 47 Protect or Unprotect All Pictures or Video Clips.. 48 Deleting One Picture or Video Clip... 49 Deleting All Pictures and Video Clips.. Print Setting.... 51 About PictBridge... 51 DPOF (Digital Print Order Format).. Using the SD (Secure Digital) Card.. 60 Using the SD Card... 60 To Copy Pictures and Video Clips from Internal Memory to a Memory Card... Installing the Software Onto a Computer. 65 Installing the Software.. 65 Software Included with Your Camera.. 67 Computer System Requirements.. 68
9 Transferring Pictures and Video Clips to a Computer.. 69 Before You Transfer Files.. 69 Connecting to Your Computer.. 69 Transferring Pictures and Video Clips.. 70 PhotoImpression 5.0 Hot Plug Function (PC Only). Troubleshooting Problems... 74 Troubleshooting... Getting Help... 78 Polaroid-digital Online Services.. 78 ArcSoft Software Help.. Appendix... 79 Technical Specifications.. 79 Capacity of SD Card... 82 Uninstalling Polaroid PDC 5055 driver (PC Only). 84 Camera Default Settings.. 85 Using Your Batteries... 86 Tips, Your Safety & Maintenance.. 87 Regulatory Information.. 87
1 Getting Started
Incorporated with Polaroids sophisticated technology, the PDC 5055 offers a powerful range of high-end, easy-to-use functions in an exquisitely compact camera. It will allow anyone to capture that special occasion with life-like clarity and beautiful color renditions. Powered by a high quality 5.1 mega pixels CCD sensor and a full color 1.5 inch color LCD Selectable image size and quality settings for emailing and printing Built-in flash with four modes (off, auto, red-eye reduction and force on) Shoot, review, print and share favorite moments in vivid clarity and color SD memory card compatibility Enjoy PictBridge directly plug-and-print experience.
Resetting to Default Settings
You can easily change all the settings you made back to the camera default settings by the following steps. Please refer to Camera Default Settings on page 85 for more details. 1. Turn on the camera. 2. Set the camera to Still Image mode. 3. Follow the guidelines in Setup Menu on page 15 to access the Setup menu.
Formatting the Internal Memory
Formatting the internal memory deletes all data stored in it. 1. Turn on the camera. 2. Set the camera to Still Image mode. 3. Follow the guidelines in Setup Menu on page 15 to access the Setup menu.
NOTE: Data deleted by a format operation cannot be recovered. Make sure you do not have any useful data currently stored in the internal memory before you format it. Formatting the internal memory destroys all the pictures, even those are protected. With a memory card inserted, the above operation would format the inserted memory card only. The internal memory will not be formatted with a memory card inserted. This setting is also available in Video mode.
Turning the Information Display and LCD Screen On/Off
In the Capture mode, press the Display button once to show the information display with a histogram. Pressing the button again will turn off the information display on the LCD screen, with the picture left only. Pressing the button a third time will turn off the LCD screen. Pressing the button once again will turn on the LCD screen and the information display.
In the Playback mode, press the Display button once to show the information display with a histogram. Pressing the button again will turn off the information display on the LCD screen, with nine thumbnail picture and video clip files left only. Pressing the button a third time will show the picture or video clip file in full screen with the information display.
3 Taking Pictures
Before you take pictures, please read this note first:
IMPORTANT! Never remove batteries while a picture is being saved. Doing so will prevent the current picture being saved and may corrupt other pictures already stored in the cameras internal memory or on a memory card.
Setting the Image Size and Quality
Picture resolution refers to the number of pixels in a digital picture. Picture quality depends on the JPEG file compression that the camera applies when the picture is taken. Higher resolution and less compression produces better quality but occupies more memory space. Smaller size pictures and normal quality are easier to email while larger size and fine quality are better for printing. Image Size Setting 1. Turn on the camera. 2. Set the camera to Still Image mode.
Quality Setting: 1. Turn on the camera. 2. Set the camera to Still Image mode.
The chart below indicates the approximate numbers of pictures you can expect the camera to hold at each setting based on the 16MB/32MB optional internal memory. You can expand the memory with SD card, please refer to Capacity of SD Card on page 82 for further details.
Resolution Quality High 24 Normal Low
2592 x 1936 pixels 2048 x 1536 pixels 1600 x 1200 pixels 640 x 480 pixels
NOTE: Scene complexity affects a pictures file size. For example, a picture of trees in autumn has a larger file size than a picture of blue sky at the same resolution and quality setting. Therefore, the number of pictures you can store on the cameras internal memory may vary. The number of pictures on the LCD screen is for reference only. It is recommended to use the 2592 x 1936 resolution for printing.
Setting Exposure Compensation
You can adjust the exposure compensation value (EV) within the range of -1.5EV to +1.5EV in order to compensate for current lighting conditions. This setting can be used to obtain better result when shooting with backlighting, indirect indoor lighting, a dark background, etc. 1. Turn on the camera. 2. Set the camera to Still Image mode.
NOTE: A higher EV value is best used for light-colored subjects and backlit subjects. A lower EV value is best for dark-colored subjects and for shooting outdoors on a clear day. When shooting under very dark or very bright conditions, you may not be able to obtain satisfactory results even after performing exposure compensation. Exposure compensation resets to Auto whenever the power is turned off.
Setting the White Balance for Pictures
Selecting the right type of white balance can help to make the color of a subject in a picture appear more natural under the type of lighting that is available. 1. Turn on the camera. 2. Set the camera to Still Image mode.
When shooting under these conditions: Automatic adjustment Outdoor daylight Cloudy Indoors, illuminated by tungsten lighting
Indoors, illuminated by fluorescent lighting
Select this setting
640 x 480 pixels 320 x 240 pixels 640 x 480 pixels 320 x 240 pixels
2.1 minutes 2 minutes 4 minutes
Setting the White Balance for Video Clips
Selecting the right type of white balance can help to make the color of a subject in the video clip appear more natural under the type of lighting that is available. 1. Turn on the camera. 2. Set the camera to Video mode.
5 Reviewing and Managing Pictures and Video Clips
NOTE: Change the camera mode from Capture mode to Playback mode before recording video clips. Please refer to Camera Mode on page 14 for more details.
Reviewing Pictures on the LCD Screen
1. Turn on the camera. 2. Set the camera to Playback mode. 3. Press the left or right button to view the pictures taken. The icon is shown on the LCD screen when a picture is selected. The currently displayed picture can be magnified up to 4 times using the Zoom In button. Press the Zoom Out button to view the picture in the original size.
Reviewing Picture and Video Clip Files in Thumbnail
You can view up to 9 picture and video clip files at a time on the LCD screen by using the Thumbnail function. 1. Turn on the camera. 2. Set the camera to Playback mode. 3. Press the Zoom Out button. Up to nine thumbnail files will be shown on the LCD screen and the last reviewed picture will be highlighted. Use the up, down, left and right buttons to select a thumbnail file and view it in full screen by pressing the Zoom In button again.
The Auto Play function enables you to view all the picture and video clip files stored in the camera one by one forward or backward on the LCD screen. You can activate the Auto Play function and make Auto Play direction and interval according to the following steps: 1. Turn on the camera. 2. Set the camera to Playback mode. 3. Press the Menu button and then press the right button to select the AUTO PLAY option. Set Auto Play Direction
Press the up or down button to choose the direction in which the camera will automatically run, and then press OK button to confirm your choice.
Set Auto Play Interval
Start Auto Play
The camera will automatically run from the first file or from the last file stored. Every file will display for the specified period according to your interval setting. You may press the Menu button to stop the auto play. The auto play will keep running as long as there is power.
ALL IMAGES ALL INDEX
NOTE: To print a single image, select the image before enabling PictBridge. Print settings are configured for images only. Make sure there are no video clips or other file besides images in the memory before printing, otherwise, an error will occur if trying to print using the ALL IMAGES or ALL INDEX option. Not all printers will support all these print options. Please refer to the printer user guide for options available.
3. Press the OK button to select the print settings.
NO. OF COPY x ON DEFAULT
Number of Copies Print Layout File Name On/Off Date Stamp On/Off
Paper Size Print Effect
Select a setting item using the up or down button and select setting contents using the or button.
NOTE: PRINTER SETTING NOT SUPPORTED may appear on the LCD screen after selecting a particular setting. The cameras print settings are not supported by the printer. In this case, select DEFAULT for this particular setting, or visit http://www.polaroid-digital.com for possible solutions.
PRINTER SETTING NOT SUPPORTED
Specifying the Number of Copies 1. Press the or button to specify the number of copies (from 1 to 99) you want to print for the selected image or all images. 2. Press the OK button to start printing.
NOTE: 01 is the default setting.
Selecting Print Layout 1. Press the or button to specify the number of printed images on a page. 2. Press the OK button to start printing.
N-UP LAYOUT x
Setting the File Name On/Off 1. Press the or button to select DEFAULT, ON or OFF. 2. Press the OK button to start printing.
FILE NAME x
DEFAULT Print settings differ according to the printer model. ON Add the file name to the printed image. OFF Print without the file name. Setting the Date Stamp On/Off 1. Press the or button to select DEFAULT, ON or OFF. 2. Press the OK button to start printing.
DATE STAMPING x
DEFAULT Print settings differ according to the printer model. ON Add the date stamp to the printed image. OFF Print without the date stamp. Selecting Paper Size 1. Press the or button to select the paper size. The following paper sizes are available: 8 x 10, 4 x 6, A4 and default. 2. Press the OK button to start printing.
SIZE 4x6 DEFAULT
DEFAULT Print settings differ according to the printer model.
Selecting Print Effect 1. Press the or button to select the print effect. 2. Press the OK button to start printing.
BORDERLESS Print right to the edge of the page. BORDERED Print with a border. DEFAULT Print settings differ according to the printer model.
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format)
DPOF stands for Digital Print Order Format, which is a format for recording on a memory card or other medium which captured images and how many copies should be printed. Then you can print on a DPOFcompatible printer or at a professional print service from the memory card in accordance with the file name and number of copies settings recorded on the card. With this camera, you should always select images by viewing them on the LCD screen. Do not specify images by file name without viewing the file contents.
NOTE: Print settings are configured for images only. Make sure there are no video clips or other file besides images in the memory before printing, otherwise, an error will occur if trying to print using the ALL IMAGES option.
Insert an SD card into the camera. Turn on the camera. Set the camera to Playback mode. Select the images and specify how many copies should be printed.
THIS IMAGE ALL IMAGES
The selected picture in a memory card will be printed up to 99 copies. All pictures in a memory card will be printed up to 99 copies for each picture.
To print a single picture, press the or button to select the picture you want to print before the above operation. Press the or button to specify the number of copies. Press the Menu button to exit.
5. Remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into the printers card slot (as illustrated). Location of the card slot may vary from printer to printer model.
NOTE: Make sure you turn off the camera before inserting or removing a memory card.
6. Press the Print button on the printer to start printing.
7 Using the SD (Secure Digital) Card
Using the SD card
Your camera comes with a 16MB/32MB optional built-in flash memory for storing pictures and video clips. You can expand the memory using a commercially available SD card (up to 1GB). The camera senses whether a memory card is inserted, and automatically saves pictures and video clips accordingly. Note that you cannot save pictures or video clips to the built-in flash memory while a memory card is installed in the camera. Memory Card Precautions 1. Use only an SD memory card with this camera. 2. Electrostatic charge, electrical noise, and other phenomena can cause data corruption or even loss. Always make sure that you always back up important data on other media (MO disc, computer hard drive, etc.). 3. If a memory card starts to behave abnormally, you can restore normal operation by reformatting it. However, we recommend that you always take along more than one memory card whenever using the camera far away from the home or office. 4. We recommend that you format a memory card before using it for the first time after purchasing it, or whenever the card you are using seems to be the cause of abnormal pictures. Remember to format a memory card if it was used in another digital camera or other devices.
IMPORTANT! Make sure you turn off the camera before inserting or removing a memory card. Be sure to orient the card correctly when inserting it. Never try to force a memory card into the slot when you feel resistance. SD memory cards have a write protection switch that you can use to protect files from accidental deletion. However, you must remove the write protection whenever you want to record new files onto it, format it, or delete its files. Files contained in the SD card recorded by other cameras may conflict with the PDC 5055 camera, and valuable data in your existing SD card may be distorted or lost when the card is inserted in the PDC 5055 camera. We strongly recommend the user to use a NEW or formatted SD card for the PDC 5055 camera. The manufacturer is not liable for losing or corrupting any valuable data or files in your SD card due to your improper operation.
Inserting the SD Card Turn off the camera and open the Battery/SD card door as illustrated. Insert the SD card, ensure the card is inserted the correct position as illustrated, close the Battery/SD card cover before using the camera.
Notched corner of SD card
icon will appear on the LCD screen when a SD card is inserted The into the camera.
Removing the SD Card To remove the SD card, turn off the camera, open the Battery/SD card door. Gently use your finger to push the SD card inwards and then release it for the SD card to bounce out of the SD card slot as illustrated.
IMPORTANT! Never insert any other object into the cameras SD card slot. Doing so creates the risk of damage to the camera and card. Should water or any foreign objects ever get into the card slot, immediately turn off the camera, remove the batteries and contact your dealer or nearest service provider. Never remove a card from the camera while the camera is powered on. Doing so can cause the picture or video recording operation to fail, and even damage the memory card.
Formatting the SD Card Formatting the SD card erases all files stored in it, including the protected ones. Removing the SD card during formatting may damage the card. 1. Insert an SD card into the camera card slot. 2. Turn on the camera. 3. Set the camera to Playback mode. 4. Follow the guidelines in Setup Menu on page 15 to access the Setup menu.
IMPORTANT! You can format a memory card on the camera or on a computer. However formatting a memory card on a computer takes much longer. Note that data deleted by a format operation cannot be recovered. Make sure you do not have any useful data currently stored on a memory card before you format it. Formatting a memory card destroys all the pictures, even those are protected.
Computer System Requirements
For acceptable picture transferring and editing performance, we recommend the following minimum requirements;
For Windows Users
Compatible with Microsoft Windows 98SE, Me, 2000 or XP Pentium III 450MHz or equivalent processor 128MB RAM (512MB recommended) USB Port DirectX 9.0 or higher 500MB free disk space Color monitor with high color (16-bit) graphic capability or higher CD-ROM drive Standard mouse and keyboard Stereo speakers
For Macintosh Users
PowerPC Processor Mac OS Version 9.2~X USB Port 96MB RAM (128MB recommended) 400MB Free disk space Color monitor with high color (16-bit) graphic capability or higher CD-ROM drive Standard mouse and keyboard Stereo speakers
9 Transferring Pictures and Video Clips to a Computer
Before You Transfer Files
IMPORTANT! BEFORE YOU CONNECT YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA TO THE COMPUTER, MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE INSTALLED THE SOFTWARE FROM THE ENCLOSED CD. PLEASE REFER TO 8 Installing the Software Onto a Computer.
Connecting to Your Computer
Connecting with the USB Cable.
1. Turn on the camera. 2. Plug Series A of the USB cable into the marked socket on your computer. 3. Plug Series Mini B of the USB cable into the port on your camera. 4. Turn on the camera and an interface New Hardware Found will show on the computer desktop. 5. A removable disk drive will be installed onto your computer automatically.
Transferring Pictures and Video Clips
NOTE: You can transfer pictures and video clips in any mode.
1. Turn on the camera 2. Connect the camera to a computer via the USB cable. 3. Double click on My Computer on your PC desktop and you will see a Removable Disk drive. 4. Double click Removable Disk -> double click DCIM-> double click any directory folder under DCIM. 5. All the pictures and video clips are in the directory folder. Highlight the pictures and video clips and drag them to a folder of your choice. You can also create sub-folders to group them or use the ArcSoft software to edit and manage the pictures or video clips.
NOTE: For Mac user, directly plug-in the camera and no need to install the driver.
1. Turn on the camera 2. Set the camera to Playback mode. 3. Connect the camera to a computer via the USB cable, the systems will automatically recognize the MASS STORAGE drive. (System will automatically create a Mass Storage named Unlablled)
NOTE: This Drive name will vary from different version of Mac OS system.
4. Double click the folder Unlablled to enter sub-folder DCIM. 5. Double click the folder DCIM and then any sub folder inside. 6. You can copy the pictures and video clips from this directory folder and paste to the hard disk.
PhotoImpression 5.0 Hot Plug Function (PC Only)
PhotoImpression 5.0 will detect the connection between the camera and the computer automatically. When connect the camera to the computer, PhotoImpression 5.0 will launch on your desktop automatically.
PhotoImpression 5.0 will detect any new photos in the camera. Click OK button to start the copying new photos to the computer.
You can select the destination which the photos are copied to. Click the folder icon - >Browse for folder - > Click the OK button to confirm. Click OK to start copying.
The photos have been copy to the computer successfully. You can start to use the PhotoImpression 5.0 to edit the photos.
10 Troubleshooting Problems
The troubleshooting guide is designed to help you. If problems continue, please contact customer support. Details are provided under Getting Help.
I receive an error message when I am installing Polaroid PDC 5055 Camera Driver.
Polaroid PDC 5055 Camera Driver does not load.
Shut down all other applications and attempt to reinstall the driver. Check to see if the USB controller in your BIOS if it is activated. Please refer to Polaroid website for how to active USB controller in BIOS
I cannot upload images to my computer. I cannot run the Polaroid PDC 5055 Camera Driver. My CD Installation wizard does not work.
Connection failure. Camera Driver is not installed. Conflict with another camera driver or capture device.
Check all cable connections are secured. You need to install the camera driver for Windows 98SE systems. If you have another camera installed on your computer, remove it and its driver completely from your system to avoid conflicting with your PDC 5055. Go to the computer desktop. Right click on My Computer. Click Properties. Select Device Manager. Double click on CD-ROM, double click on CD-R (normally the manufacturers name. Click on Settings. Ensure both Auto insert notification and the disconnect are ticked. If you change the settings the computer will ask you to restart your PC. Click Yes.
The auto installation file is switched off or the CD-ROM is disconnected.
I get a blurred image when uploading my images to my computer. My PDC 5055 camera hanged and all buttons do not work. I cannot activate my digital camera by pressing the Power button. Camera does not turn on.
There may be a momentary delay between pressing the Shutter button and the actual exposure. Your camera may be affected by the electrostatic discharge.
Hold your PDC 5055 camera steady until you hear a beep which indicates the exposure is completed. Take out the batteries and disconnect the camera from the computer for 10 seconds. Insert the battery again. Replace batteries.
Insufficient battery power or batteries are missing.
Batteries are not oriented correctly Or Batteries are dead Auto power off function is activated. Or Batteries are dead. Camera is turned off Or Flash unit is charging. Or Memory is full.
Orient batteries correctly Or Replace batteries Turn the camera on. Or Replace batteries. Turn the camera on. Or Wait until flash unit charging finishes. Or Delete images you no longer need, or use another memory card. Replace batteries. Use normal focus for scenery and portraits Or Use Macro mode for macro images.
Camera suddenly powers off.
Image is not recorded when the Shutter button is pressed.
Camera powers off during self-timer countdown. LCD screen image is out of focus.
Batteries are dead. Macro Mode being used for scenery or portraits Or Normal focus being used for macro images.
Recorded pictures are not saved in memory.
Camera powers off before the save operation is complete Or Removing the memory card before the save operation is complete.
Sunlight or light from another source is shining directly into the lens during recording. A memory card with non-DCF pictures recorded with another camera is loaded in the camera. All the pictures in memory are protected.
If the battery indicator is on the LCD screen, replace batteries with a full set of new ones as soon as possible Or Do not remove the memory card before the save operation is complete.
Position the camera so that sunlight does not shine directly onto the lens. This camera cannot display non-DCF pictures recorded onto a memory card used by another digital camera. Unprotected the pictures you want to delete.
Color of the playback pictures is different from the picture on the LCD screen during recording. Pictures are not displayed.
I cannot erase pictures.
AVI file cannot be played.
DirectX version is lower than 9.0. Or Windows Media player not installed in the computer
Install directx 9.0 or above. Visit http://www.microsoft.com/ directx for more detail. Or Please go to http: //www.microsoft.com/windows/ windowsmedia/players.aspx to download the Windows Media Player to play the video clips.
The camera is detected by the Windows and works properly. But a drive letter of the Removable disk is not created.
The removable disk crashes with the network drives.
Disconnect the crashed network drive and reserve this drive letter for the camera.
There is no response from the camera while pressing any buttons.
The LCD screen is frozen or the camera is hanged.
Remove and re-install the battery or batteries to reset the camera. Your valuable data stored in the camera will not be lost.
An error message appears on the LCD screen before or during printing.
Printer may not support some advance print features. Or Some fault occurs with the printer. Or Print settings can be configured for images only.
Select DEFAULT for a particular print setting or visit http://www.polaroid-digital.com for the solutions. Please refer to the printers user guide for the solutions. Or Make it sure that there is no video clips or other file format in the current memory before printing.
Please also refer to the help files & User Guides that accompany the enclosed applications. For further information and support, please visit our website: http://www.polaroid-digital.com
11 Getting Help
Polaroid-digital Online Services ArcSoft Software Help
For North America
ArcSoft HQ Support Center (Fremont California, CA) Tel: 1-800-762-8657 (toll free number) Fax: 1-510-440-1270 E-mail: email@example.com
Website: http://www.polaroid-digital.com For South & Central America
Tel: 1-510-979+5520 Fax: 1-510-440-1270 E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
ArcSoft China Support Center (Beijing) Tel: 8610-6849-1368 Fax: 8610-6849-1367 E-mail: email@example.com
ArcSoft Japan Support Center (Tokyo) Tel: +81-03-3834-5256 Fax: +81-03-5816-4730 Web: http://www.mds2000.co.jp/ arcsoft E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
ArcSoft Australian Support Center (Baulkham Hills, New South Wales) Tel: 61 (2) 9899-5888 Fax: 61 (2) 9899-5728 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
For Europe/Middle East/ Africa & Rest of the World
ArcSoft Europe Support Center (Ireland) Tel: +353-(0) 61-702087 Fax: +353-(0) 61-702001 E-mail: email@example.com
NOTE: The following driver uninstall procedure is for Windows 98SE users only because only Windows 98SE needs to install the PDC 5055 driver.
1. Open Add/Remove Program Properties in Control Panel and select Polaroid digital Cam" program, then click Add/Remove. 2. The following dialog box appears, click "OK" to confirm removing the camera driver. 3. The uninstallation program runs automatically, please restart your computer when it is finished.
Camera Default Settings
Camera Mode Still Image Mode Description Image Resolution Quality Exposure Compensation White Balance for Pictures ISO Sensitivity Flash Mode Video Mode Setup Mode Video Resolution White Balance for Video Clips Date Format Auto Power Off Beep Frequency Language Date Stamp Default 2592 x 1936 High Auto Auto Auto Auto Flash 640 x 480 Auto DD/MM/YY 3 minutes On 50 Hz English Off
NOTE: The default language for the LCD screen may vary with different countries and regions.
Using Your Batteries
Limit the following activities that reduces battery life: Reviewing your pictures on the LCD screen. Using the LCD screen to take pictures (Use the optical viewfinder to frame pictures). Excessive use of the flash. WARNING! Batteries should be replaced by an adult. Do not mix different types of batteries (or new and used batteries). Use recommended or equivalent type of batteries only. Insert the batteries in the correct polarity. Remove exhausted batteries from the camera immediately. Do not short the supply terminals. Do not dispose the batteries in fire. Remove batteries from the camera when not in use. These instructions should be retained for future reference.
Tips, Your Safety & Maintenance
Your Camera should only be operated within the following environmental conditions; 32 - 104 Fahrenheit; 0 - 40 Celsius 20% - 85% relative humidity, non condensing Battery life or image quality may be affected outside these conditions. Camera Cautions NEVER immerse any part of the Camera or its accessories into any fluid or liquid. ALWAYS disconnect the Camera from your PC or TV before cleaning it. ALWAYS remove dust or stains with a soft cloth dampened with water or neutral detergent. NEVER place hot items on the surface of the Camera. NEVER attempt to open or disassemble Camera as this will affect any warranty claim.
FCC Notice This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is needed. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Shielded cable must be used with this unit to ensure compliance with the Class B FCC limits. Under the environment with electrostatic discharge, the product may malfunction and require user to reset the product.
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