Ricoh RDC-6000 Manual
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Windows XP Installation Guide
CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. End User License Agreement....3 Important notes....4 Customer support....4 Installing the USB driver....4 I. Prior to installation....4 II. Installation procedure....4 5. Installing the utility software.....5 I. Prior to installation....5 II. Installation procedure....5 6. Installing the TWAIN driver....6 7. Uninstalling RDC-6000 software and drivers...6 I. Uninstalling the utility software....6 II. Uninstalling the USB driver....7 III. Uninstalling the Video driver...7 IV. Uninstalling the TWAIN driver....7
1. End User License Agreement
The following is a legal software license agreement between you, the software end user, and Ricoh Company Ltd. Carefully read this license agreement before using the product. Using the product indicates that you have read this license agreement and agree to its terms. Grant of License This license permits you to use one copy of the software included in this package on any single computer. For each software licensee, the program can be in use on only one computer at any given time. The software is in use when it is either loaded into RAM or installed into the hard disk or other permanent memory. A special license permit from Ricoh is required if the program is going to be installed on a network server for the sole purpose of distribution to other computers. Copyright The software contained in this package is owned and published by Ricoh, and is protected by United States copyright laws, international treaty provisions, and all other applicable national laws. The software must be treated like all other copyrighted materials (e.g. books and musical recordings). This license does not allow the software to be rented or leased, and the written materials accompanying the software (if any) may not be copied. Limited Warranty Ricoh warrants that the software contained herein will perform substantially in accordance with the accompanying documentation. No Other Warranties Ricoh disclaims all other warranties, expressed or implied, including but not limited to implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, with respect to the Software, and the accompanying written materials. No Liability for Consequential Damages In no event shall Ricoh or the suppliers be liable for any damages whatsoever (including but not limited to damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information, or any other pecuniary loss) which results from an inability to use this software, even if Ricoh has been advised of the possibility of such damages. Because some states/jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential or incidental damages, the above limitations may not apply to you. U.S. Government Restricted Rights The Software and documentation are provided with Restricted Rights. Use, duplication, or disclosure by the U.S. Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in subparagraph c (1) (ii) of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at DFARS 252.227-7013, or subparagraphs c (1), (2), and (3) of the Commercial Computer Software - Restricted Rights at 48 CFR 52.227-19, as applicable, and any amendments thereto. The manufacturer is Ricoh Company Ltd., 3-2-3, Shin-yokohama, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama-shi, 222-8530, Japan. If this product was purchased in the United States, this Agreement is governed by the laws of the state of California; otherwise, local laws may apply. Copyright 2002, Ricoh Co., Ltd.
RDC-6000 Windows XP Installation Guide - 3
2. Important notes
These instructions will guide you through the process of installing the RDC-6000 USB driver and utility software on your Windows XP computer. Be sure to read, understand, and observe all precautions and requirements prior to attempting these procedures. If you feel you need assistance, please contact our customer support network at the URL listed in the Customer support section below. Operating System: Windows XP (operation not guaranteed with other operating systems) Memory: 128MB or more (256MB or more is recommended) Connection cable: Use the dedicated cable included in the package Retrofit USB ports added by using an expansion feature (such as PCI bus) cannot be supported. Driver may fail to operate correctly when used with a USB hub or other USB devices.
3. Customer support
The following URLs may be useful if you need support during the installation process. Download Windows XP-compatible software http://www.ricoh.co.jp/r_dc/dc/notices/xp-dl.html Contact Ricohs customer support team http://www.ricoh.co.jp/r_dc/dc/support/inquiry.html
4. Installing the USB driver
Note: The authority to install the driver to Windows XP is limited to users with administrator accounts. Users who cannot log on as administrators will not be able to install this driver. I. Prior to installation (1) Download the latest RDC-6000 software at http://www.ricoh.co.jp/r_dc/dc/notices/xp-dl.html. Be sure to note the location where you save the downloaded file(s). You will need that information during the installation. Also, be sure to save the downloaded files to your computers hard drive. (2) Save any important data you may be using and then quit all running applications. (3) Disconnect any other USB or Plug & Play devices. II. Installation procedure (1) Switch on the computer and start Windows. (2) Connect RDC-6000 to your PC via USB cable (make sure camera is set to PC connection mode). Turn camera on. (3) When the Found New Hardware Wizard appears, select Install from a list or specific location (Advanced) and click Next to continue. (See Figure 1.) (4) The next window prompts you to specify the location of the driver. Browse to the folder where it is saved and then click Next to continue. (See Figure 2.) Figure 1: Found New Hardware Wizard
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(5) At this point, a warning message will appear, but it can safely be ignored. Click Continue Anyway to continue. (See Figure 3.) (6) Click Finish when the wizard completes the installation. (See Figure 4.)
Figure 2: Specify driver location
Figure 3: Warning message
Figure 4: Installation complete
5. Installing the utility software
I. Prior to installation (1) Save any important data you may be using and then quit all running applications. II. Installation procedure (1) Browse to the folder where you have stored the utility software, then click setup.exe. (2) Click Next at the Welcome screen. (See Figure 5.) (3) Enter your name and company at the prompt and click Next. (4) The next window will ask where you want to install the software. Click Next to accept the default location or Browse to choose a different one. (See Figure 6.) (5) Select a program folder (if desired) and click Next. (6) Click Next again to start copying files. (7) Click Finish when the Setup Complete window appears. Figure 6: Choose Destination Location RDC-6000 Windows XP Installation Guide - 5 Figure 5: Setups Welcome screen
6. Installing the TWAIN driver
(1) Browse to the folder where you have stored the TWAIN driver, then click setup.exe. (2) Click Next at the Welcome screen. (3) Enter your name and company at the prompt and click Next. (4) Click Finish when Windows notifies you that the installation is complete.
7. Installing the video driver
(1) Browse to the folder where you have stored the video driver, then click setup.exe. (2) Click Next at the Welcome screen. (3) Enter your name and company at the prompt and click Next. (4) Click OK at the RegSvr32 alert. (5) Click Finish when Windows notifies you that the installation is complete. (6) Click OK at the RICOH Capture Driver Installation alert.
8. Uninstalling RDC-6000 software and drivers
I. Uninstalling the utility software (1) Open the Control Panel and select Add or Remove Programs. (2) In the Add or Remove Programs window, select the RDC6000 Camera Utility and click Change/Remove. (3) Click Yes to confirm that you want to remove this software. (4) When the unInstallShield wizard finishes the uninstallation, click OK to close the window.
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II. Uninstalling the USB driver (1) Connect the camera to the computer via the USB cable. Make sure the mode dial is set to PC Mode, then turn the camera on. (2) Select the System icon from the Control Panel. Select the Hardware tab from the System Properties window that appears. (3) In the Hardware tab, click the Device Manager button. (4) In the device manager, click on the plus sign (+) beside Universal Serial Bus controllers, then select RICOH RDC-6000. (5) Right-click on RICOH RDC-6000 and select Uninstall from the context menu that appears. III. Uninstalling the video driver (1) Open the Control Panel and select Add or Remove Programs. (2) In the Add or Remove Programs window, select the RDC6000 Video Capture Drivers and click Change/Remove. (3) Click Yes to confirm that you want to remove this software. (4) When the unInstallShield wizard finishes the uninstallation, click OK to close the window. IV. Uninstalling the TWAIN driver (1) Open the Control Panel and select Add or Remove Programs. (2) In the Add or Remove Programs window, select the RDC6000 TWAIN Drivers and click Change/Remove. (3) Click Yes to confirm that you want to remove this software. (4) When the unInstallShield wizard finishes the uninstallation, click OK to close the window.
RDC-6000 Windows XP Installation Guide - 7
Special Playback Functions... 77
Multi Image Playback... 77 Zoom Playback... 78 Auto Playback... 79 Protecting a File.... 80 Setting DPOF (Digital Print Order Format)... 81 Setting a Print Service.. 81
Chapter 4 ERASING
Erasing a File (Image)... 86
Erase.... 86 Erase All Images... 87 Erase Selected Files (Images).. 88
Chapter 5 MISCELLANEOUS
Transferring Images to a PC... 90
Installing Camera Utility Software.. 90
Changing Camera Settings... 93
Formatting SmartMedia... 93 Keep Settings... 94 Auto Power Off Setting... 95 Changing the LCD Off Setting.. 96 Changing OSD (On-Screen Display) Language.. 97 Changing Video-Out Signal Method (NTSC/PAL).. 97 Changing LCD Confirmation... 98 Changing the LCD Setting... 99 Initializing Settings... 99 Sequence Number Initialization... 100
Using the Remote Control... 101
Shooting.... 101 Playing.... 103 Erasing.... 104
Accessories... 108 Handling Precautions... 109 Care and Storage.... 110 Troubleshooting... 111 Using Your Digital Camera in Other Countries. 114 About the Warranty and Servicing... 115 Specifications... 117 Recording Capacities... 119
q 2,140,000-pixel resolution compact camera
With a 2,140,000-pixel resolution CCD, the compact camera produces high-quality, highresolution images (1600 1200). The camera is so light you can carry it with you anywhere.
q Immediate recording
Using the camera is as simple as clicking the shutter release button. Images thus shot are written to a SmartMedia memory card (2/4/8/16/32/64 MB).
q Instant playback
You can instantly review recorded image files simply by switching to Play mode. You can also magnify the images zoom playback or display several images at once (6-image display).
q Multiple image recording modes
The RDC-6000 offers multiple image recording modes to suit your specific photographic needs, including F (Fine) mode, which puts the emphasis on image quality, N (Normal) and E (Economy) mode, which allows you to capture more images than any other mode.
q Digital zoom
The 4.0 zoom lens allows you to capture subjects in a variety of compositions, from close-ups to shots with a background.
q Natural colors
The white balance feature allows you to capture a subject in its natural colors under any lighting conditions, indoors or outdoors.
e Press the MENU Change button and change the setting.
The exposure mode alternates between PROGRAM and AV Mode each time the MENU Change button is pressed. In the case of AV Mode, also press the ENTER F No. button. Any one of the four different apertures can be selected.
MENU[RECORD] 1/2 RECORDING MODE GRID TEMPLATE WHITE BALANCE EXPOSURE MODE IMAGE ENLARGEMENT ISO SENSITIVITY FOCUS AV MODE F 2.8
EXIT Change F No.
r Press the CANCEL
The Record menu will return.
t Press the shutter button to take the picture.
Keep setting function can be used to store the exposure mode setting.
s Exposure Compensation Settings
As long as the subject is centered in the shooting range, you can take the picture normally as the camera will automatically adjust the exposure compensation for backlighting. If there is a significant difference in brightness between the background and subject, however, the subject tends to be under- or over-exposed. Exposure compensation is useful in this situation. You can also use exposure compensation to produce intentionally under- or over-exposed images. q Exposure Compensation Range 2.0 EV (in 0.25 EV steps) q Shooting Against the Light The bright background will make the subject appear under-exposed. Set the exposure compensation level to a positive value to adjust the exposure.
If the subject is not centered in the shooting range when taking a picture against the light, the camera will not assume that the subject is in a backlit state. Exposure compensation is required in this situation.
q Shooting a White Image If you shoot an image that appears generally white, the shot will be under-exposed as a whole, with people appearing dark and white objects appearing gray. Set the exposure compensation level to a positive (+) value to adjust the exposure. q Shooting a Black Image If you shoot an image that appears generally black, the shot will be over-exposed as a whole, with people appearing white and black objects appearing gray. Set the exposure compensation level to a negative () value to adjust the exposure. Follow the same procedure when shooting a person under a spotlight, for example. Set the exposure compensation level.
q Set the mode dial to [
] and press the MENU button.
w Press the or button to select [+/] and press the ENTER Select button.
The exposure compensation settings menu will be displayed.
MENU[RECORD] 2/2 REDEYE REDUCTION MONOCHROME MODE INTERVAL MODE AUTO BRACKET +/ EV0.0
e Press the or button to change the compensation level.
When the button is pressed, the numerals will become higher; when the button is pressed, the numerals will become lower.
Setting will end and the Setting menu will return.
u Press the CANCEL
button to return to the Record menu.
i Press the shutter release button to take the picture. s When calibrating the white balance (W/B CALIBRATION) e Press the and buttons to select [W/B CALIBRATION] and then press the MENU Adjust button.
r Press the shutter release button.
Place paper that passes nearly colorless light in front of the lens. Setting will end and the SET menu will return when the shutter release button is pressed.
MENU [W/BCALIBRATION] PLACE A WHITE PAPER IN FRONT OF LENS!
t Press the ENTER OK button to return to the record menu.
Press the CANCEL
y Press the shutter release button to take the picture.
Even with the same subject, the color balance can differ depending on the weather and type of light source (Tungsten or fluorescent). The white balance may not be correct in the Auto mode when a subject includes few white areas. In such cases, place some white object near the subject when taking the picture. The flash will not fire when Daylight, Tungsten, Cloudy (overcast), Fluorescent or User Settings is used. White balance can only be set while in the record mode. Setting is not possible in the Play mode. Set Save Mode to save the white balance setting. Reference page 94 Keep Settings.
Using the Self-Timer
The self-timer offers a convenient way to take group pictures with the photographer included. Mount the camera on a tripod or a flat, secure surface to shoot pictures with the self-timer.
q Set the mode dial to [ self timer button.
The self timer is now set.
The self timer symbol [ ] will be displayed on the LCD monitor or on the LCD panel.
w Decide the composition of the picture, position the camera securely, and press the shutter release button.
The self timer LED will start flashing and the shutter will be released with an approximate delay of 10 seconds. The self timer LED will stay lit for about 2 seconds before the shutter is released. The self-timer mode ends automatically when the shutter is released.
If the flash is charging, the self-timer will start when charging is completed. When the release button is pressed, the focus is locked. The selftimer will be canceled if another mode is selected within approx. 10 sec. from the time the selftimer starts.
To operate the camera from a remote position or when the camera is fixed in one spot, use the optional remote control unit.
Using Focus Lock to Take Pictures
Normally, subjects within the autofocus range as seen in the viewfinder and on the LCD monitor are in focus. Under certain conditions, however, the desired subject may not be in focus. In such cases, use the Focus Lock to assure that the desired subject is in sharp focus.
Page 44 Digital Zoom.
s Use Focus Lock at times like these
When the desired subject is not within the autofocus range, resulting in a sharply focused background and blurred subject.
When an object other than the subject occupies most of the autofocus range, resulting in that object being in sharp focus while the main subject is blurred.
Macro focus can be used to take close-ups.
s How to Use the Focus Lock q Press the or of your subject. button to set the size
w Bring the subject on which you wish to focus into the autofocus field.
e Press the shutter release button lightly and hold it.
The focus will be locked at this point. The focus lamp (green) will light.
r Decide the composition of the shot by moving the camera with the shutter release button held, and then press the shutter release button down fully.
You can also use the manual focus to focus on the subject. See Focus Modes (p.61).
This camera is capable of six types of focus (Auto, Macro, Area, 2.5 M, Infinity, Manual). Focusing can thus be performed for snapshots, landscapes, etc., in accordance with the photographic conditions. Auto : The camera focuses automatically. Macro : Close-up pictures of the subject can be taken. (subject distance: 13 - 30cm). Area : The distance range within which the subject will be in sharp focus can be selected freely. 2.5M : Suitable for snapshots, etc. Infinity : Suitable for scenic shots of distant subjects such as mountains, etc. Manual : Focusing is performed manually.
w Press the and buttons to select [FOCUS] and then press the ENTER Select button.
e Press the and buttons to select a focus mode (AUTO, MACRO, AREA, 2.5M, INFINITY, MANUAL) and then press the ENTER OK button.
MENU [FOCUS] AUTO MACRO AREA 2.5M INFINITY MANUAL
r Press the CANCEL EXIT button to return to the Record mode. t Press the shutter release button to take the picture.
When the focus mode is set to Area, use the CANCEL and ENTER buttons to set the area to be in sharp focus and then press the shutter button. or ENTER When the Manual focus mode is set, press the CANCEL button to adjust the focus and then press the shutter button to take the picture.
Depth of focus is shallow in macro photography, so focus can be disturbed if the camera is moved. Mount the camera on a tripod, etc., to prevent camera movement. When the flash is used, the light from the flash may appear red in the picture. Pictures may also appear wash out in the case of overexposure. The view through the viewfinder and the actual picture coverage differ considerably; therefore, for greater accuracy, connect the camera to LCD monitor or TV set to check the coverage before taking a picture.
Note Set Keep Settings to save the focus mode setting. Page 94 Keep Settings.
Using the Grid Templates
A grid can be displayed as an aid to composing pictures. There are two grid templates.
w Press the and buttons to select Grid [GRID TEMPLATE] and then press the ENTER Select button.
MENU[RECORD] 1/2 RECORDING MODE GRID TEMPLATE WHITE BALANCE EXPOSURE MODE IMAGE ENLARGEMENT ISO SENSITIVITY FOCUS OFF
e Set grid display to on or off. Press the MENU Change button to display the grid and then press the ENTER OK button.
The two grid templates are alternately turned on and off each time the MENU Change button is pressed.
MENU [GRID TEMPLATE]
r Press the CANCEL EXIT button to return to the record mode.
t Press the shutter release button to take the picture.
The grid template will be displayed on the LCD monitor.
To cancel the grid template setting
To turn off the grid template, select [OFF] and press the ENTER OK button in step e above.
Redeye Reduction Mode
If you shoot a subject, with the flash activated, in a dark place, the eyes of the subject may appear red in the resultant picture. In redeye reduction mode, the flash will fire several times before the shutter releases to lessen the redeye effect.
The record menu is displayed.
w Press the or button to select [REDEYE REDUCTION] and press the MENU Change button to select [ON] or [OFF]. Press the CANCEL EXIT button to return to the Record mode.
The [ ] will be displayed on the LCD panel and LCD monitor.
e Press the shutter release button to shoot the subject.
When you press the shutter release button, the flash will fire several times in succession preliminarily before firing last when the shutter releases.
The shutter takes about 1 second to release after you press the shutter release button. Hold the camera steady meanwhile to shoot.
Note Redeye reduction mode does not work when the flash mode is Flash off
Changing the ISO Sensitivity
The photographic sensitivity can be changed.
Note When ISO 200 or 400 is set, the shutter speed will become faster but the
images will become coarser. The initial value is 100.
q Set the Mode dial to [ 64
w Press the and buttons to select [ISO SENSITIVITY], then press the MENU Change button to select the desired sensitivity (100, 200, 400). Press the CANCEL EXIT button to return to the Record mode.
There is no display at ISO 100.
MENU[RECORD] 1/2 RECORDING MODE GRID TEMPLATE WHITE BALANCE EXPOSURE MODE IMAGE ENLARGEMENT ISO SENSITIVITY FOCUS 100
MENU[RECORD] 1/2 RECORDING MODE GRID TEMPLATE WHITE BALANCE EXPOSURE MODE IMAGE ENLARGEMENT ISO SENSITIVITY FOCUS 200
e Press the shutter release button to take the picture.
Note Set Keep settings to save the ISO sensitivity setting. Page 94 Keep
Recording Monochrome Images
Images can be recorded in black & white or sepia.
w Press the and buttons to select [MONOCHROME MODE], and press the MENU Change button, select Monochrome mode (B&W, sepia) and then press the CANCEL EXIT button.
The Record menu will be displayed. Select B&W for monochrome pictures, and select Sepia for sepia pictures.
MENU[RECORD] 2/2 REDEYE REDUCTION MONOCHROME MODE INTERVAL MODE AUTO BRACKET +/ B&W
Note White balance does not function in the Monochrome mode.
Interval (Time Lapse) Shooting
Pictures can be taken automatically at a specified time interval. The time interval can be set in 30-sec. increments from 30 sec. to 180 min. (3 hrs.). If the time interval is set to 60 min., for example, the shutter will be released once each hour until the smart media capacity has all been utilized.
The initial interval setting is 1 min. 30 sec. When using interval photography, check the number of pictures that can be recorded on the smart media before setting.
w Press the and buttons to select [INTERVAL MODE].
The Interval Settings screen will be displayed.
e Press the MENU Change button, select [ON] and then press the ENTER Adjust button.
MENU[RECORD] 2/2 REDEYE REDUCTION MONOCHROME MODE INTERVAL MODE AUTO BRACKET +/ ON(1MIN.30SEC. )
EXIT Change Adjust
r Press the interval.
buttons to set the
MENU [INTERVAL MODE] 1 MIN. 30 SEC.
t Press the MENU button and move to the item to be set. Repeat this operation to set the time and interval.
y When setting is completed, press the ENTER
Return to the Record menu. Press the CANCEL EXIT button
Note Interval shooting mode can be interrupted by either turning the Mode dial
or by turning the power off while the message Interval is lighted.
u Press the shutter release button.
The first picture will be taken. After that, pictures will continue to be taken at the set interval. The message Interval will light during interval photography. Picture taking will end when the capacity of the smart media is used up.
The interval at which pictures are taken may be extended in some cases, depending on the Image quality mode and Flash mode settings. When battery power is used, the battery may become exhausted during interval photography. It is recommended that the AC adapter be used.
Using Auto Bracket
This function takes three continuous frames: one each at the set exposure and at 0.5EV and +0.5EV. This feature makes it possible to obtain correct exposure under difficult conditions. Mount the camera on a tripod or level surface to prevent the camera from moving.
Playing Back Motion Pictures
Files containing moving images can be played back.
w Use the and buttons to select the motion picture file to be played back. Press the shutter button to replay the motion picture.
When the button is pressed, the next file will be played. When the button is pressed, the previous file will be played. q Ending playback Playback can be stopped by pressing the shutter release button during playback. Pressing the shutter release button again will restart playback. Playback can be interrupted by pressing and buttons to play the next or previous files.
Files can be protected to prevent deletion. Page 80 Protecting a File.
Special Playback Functions
The following explains the various playback functions.
Multi Image Playback
Multi-image playback lets you view six images at once on the LCD monitor for quick searching.
w Press the DISPLAY button.
The multi-image playback function is now set.
e Press the or button to select the file to be played back.
Six files can be displayed on the LCD monitor at one time. The green framed will appear highlighted to indicate that a file has been selected. Press the button to move to the previous file. Press the button to move to the next file.
r Press the DISPLAY button or the ENTER Select button.
The normal screen will be displayed. And the file of the selected number will be displayed in the single-image mode.
Unplayable files recorded on other equipment will be displayed on a blue background. Pressing the button while the cursor is on the last (lower right) file, will display the next set of six files: Pressing the button while the cursor is on the first (upper left) file will display the previous set of six files.
An image file that is played is displayed x1.5 and twice the height and width of the original.
The play menu will be displayed.
w Press the or button to select [ZOOM PLAYBACK] and press the ENTER Select button.
The file is enlarged 1.5X and displayed. When the DISPLAY button is pressed again, the file will be enlarged 2X and a frame will also be displayed.
e Press the or button, or MENU or ENTER button to verify the image file.
When the button is pressed, the frame will shift and the display position will shift.
To return to playback menu, press the CANCEL EXIT. The playback menu will be displayed.
Setting a Print Service
When having prints made by a digital print service, set the number of prints and number of indexes. After setting, you can visit your local digital camera service center and have prints made of specified data.
Leave enough space for 1 - 2 prints on the smart media so the print service settings can be saved. After making the print service settings, do not change the record, erase, or other, settings. If this is done, reset playback.
w Press the and buttons to select [DPOF] and then press the ENTER Select button.
The Setting menu will be displayed.
e Press the and buttons to select and then press the ENTER Select button.
Specify the number of prints. p.82 Specify the number of indexes. p.83 Cancel DPOF settings. p.84 Checking DPOF. p.84
MENU [DPOF] STANDARD PRINTS INDEX PRINTS CANCEL PRINT ORDER REVIEW PRINT ORDER
s Specifying the number of prints
q Press the and buttons to select [STANDARD PRINTS] and then press the ENTER Select button.
The screen will change to 6-screen display.
w Press the and buttons to select the file that specifies the number of prints.
0 AVI 0
e Press the MENU
1 AVI 0
ENTER +1 buttons to specify the number of prints.
To continue setting the number of prints, repeat the operations in procedures w - e.
The setup menu will return. Press the CANCEL EXIT button again to exit the operation.
s Specifying the number of indexes
All of the files can be reduced and printed. These are called index prints. These are convenient for making a list of the files in the Ricoh folder and for specifying the number of prints.
q Press the and buttons to select [INDEX PRINTS] and then press the ENTER Select button.
w Press the MENU 1 button and the ENTER +1 buttons to specify the number of indexes.
MENU [INDEX PRINTS] 0 COPIES
To cancel the setting, set the number of indexes to zero (0).
e Press the CANCEL
The Playback menu will return. Press the CANCEL EXIT button again to exit the operation.
s Canceling DPOF settings
Macintosh Macintosh OS CPU Internal memory Required memory Hard drive space Display resolution 8.PowerPC or more 64 MB or more (recommended 128 MB or more) 2 MB of uncompressed application memory space 100 MB or more (recommended 150 MB or more) dots or more (recommended dots or more) 256 or more (recommended 32,000 or more) Keyboard and mouse connectable to the Macintosh PC used CD-ROM drive supported by the Macintosh PC used Description
Display colors Keyboard mouse
s Connecting the Camera to a PC
Use the cable supplied when connecting the RDC-6000 to a personal computer.
q Turn off the personal computer power. w Make sure the power of this device is off and then use the indicated cable to connect to the personal computer.
Avoid using the camera battery whenever possible. Use the AC adapter instead. If the power fails during operation, it will be necessary to repeat. Do not connect the AC adapter while the camera power is on.
Typical Windows connection
Typical Macintosh connection
e Turn on the digital camera power and set the camera mode dial to [ ].
r Turn on the personal computer power and start the utility software.
Changing Camera Settings
The various camera settings can be changed in accordance with the method of usage.
New SmartMedia and SmartMedia used in another device (personal computer, etc.) can be formatted (initialized) by the camera.
Formatting SmartMedia erases all previously recorded files, including protected files. Do not use a personal computer to format (initialize) SmartMedia. In some cases, SmartMedia formatted by another device cannot be used.
q Insert the SmartMedia and then slide the power switch to ON and set the Mode dial to [SET].
The Set-up will be displayed.
Page 30 Inserting a SmartMedia Memory Card Page 41 Turning On the Camera
MENU[SET UP] 1/2
FORMAT DATE SETTING KEEP SETTINGS AUTO POWER OFF AUTO LCD OFF LANGUAGE VIDEO OUT MODE
MENU[SET UP] 1/2 FORMAT DATE SETTING KEEP SETTINGS AUTO POWER OFF AUTO LCD OFF LANGUAGE VIDEO OUT MODE 1MIN.
w Press the or POWER OFF].
e Press the MENU Change button and select the setting time (1 MIN, 3 MIN, 5 MIN, OFF)
Select OFF to disable the auto power off. When the setting is complete, turn the mode dial to switch to another mode.
MENU[SET UP] 1/2 FORMAT DATE SETTING KEEP SETTINGS AUTO POWER OFF AUTO LCD OFF LANGUAGE VIDEO OUT MODE 3MIN.
The initial value is 1 MIN. Slide the power switch to reactivate the camera if it shuts off in auto poweroff mode. When using an AC adapter, the auto power-off function is disabled even if you have set the auto power-off mode to on.
Changing the LCD Off Setting
When the camera buttons and switches are not operated for the set time during recording or playback, the Auto LCD Off function will activate and turn off the LCD monitor to conserve energy. The Auto LCD Off time can be set to 1 min., 3 min., 5 min. or Off.
q Set the Mode dial to [SET]. w Press the and buttons and select [AUTO LCD OFF].
MENU[SET UP] 1/2 FORMAT DATE SETTING KEEP SETTINGS AUTO POWER OFF AUTO LCD OFF LANGUAGE VIDEO OUT MODE OFF
e Press the MENU Change button and select a time setting (1 min., 3 min., 5 min. or Off).
Select OFF to disable the auto LCD off. When the setting is complete, turn the mode dial to switch to another mode.
MENU[SET UP] 1/2 FORMAT DATE SETTING KEEP SETTINGS AUTO POWER OFF AUTO LCD OFF LANGUAGE VIDEO OUT MODE 1MIN
The initial OFF. There will be a display on the panel even when Auto LCD is operating and the LCD monitor is turned off. Press the DISPLAY button when the LCD monitor is turned off by the Auto LCD Off function. The Auto LCD Off function will not operate when the AC adapter is used (except during interval photography), even if a time is set.
Changing OSD (On-Screen Display) Language
The display of data on the LCD monitor can be switched between English, German, French and Japanese.
q Set the mode dial to [SET]. w Press the or button to select [LANGUAGE] and press the ENTER Select button.
e Press the or button to select a language, and press the ENTER OK button.
Body button name CANCEL ENTER Remote control button name MULTI ENTER FWD () REV ()
ENTER MULTI REV
e Press the release button to take the picture.
q To cancel the setting Press the Erase button to end focus mode setting.
Use the remote control unit to play back recorded files.
q Set the mode dial on the camera to [ to select the playback source.
The most recently recorded file will be played.
] and press the MENU button
w Press the FWD () or REV () button to select a file.
The remote control unit buttons are operated in the same way as the buttons on the camera.
s Magnifying an Image (Zoom Playback)
q Press the PROGRAM button.
The image will be magnified by 2.0 times and it will be displayed in 9 multi-display.
w Press the Program button again.
The images will be displayed one at a time. When the Program button is pressed after 9 images have been displayed, the standard image will return.
s Displaying Multiple Images (Multi Image Playback)
q Press the MULTI button.
The image will be displayed in Multi playback.
w Press the FWD () or REV () button to move the selected image. e Press the ENTER button.
The selected image will be displayed in singleimage mode and multi-image playback mode will be canceled.
You can use the remote control unit to erase a recorded file. Remember that files cannot be restored once they are erased. Before starting to erase files, make sure that you want to erase them.
q Set the mode dial on the camera to [ w Use the FWD () or REV () button to select [SINGLE IMAGE] and press the ENTER button.
e Use the FWD () or REV () button to select the file to be erased and press the RELEASE button.
The selected file will be erased.
To cancel operation, press the MULTI button on the remote control.
s Erasing All Files
q Select [ALL IMAGES] and press ENTER button. w Press the RELEASE button.
All the files will be erased.
s Erasing Selected Images
q Select [SELECTED IMAGES] and press the ENTER button. w Use tthe FWD () or REV () button to select the file to be erased and press the ENTER button.
To cancel selection, press the ENTER button again.
e Press the RELEASE button.
Accessories.. 108 Handling Precautions... 109 Care and Storage.. 110 Troubleshooting.. 111 Using Your Digital Camera in Other Countries. 114 About the Warranty and Servicing.. 115 Specifications.. 117 Recording Capacities... 119
Item AC adapter Model AC-3 Remarks For drawing power directly from a household electrical outlet. See Using an AC Adapter (p.27). Rechargeable lithium ion battery. For remote operation of the cameras recording and playback functions. A postage stamp-sized storage media with a thickness of 0.76 (mm). FS-4 FS-8 FS-16 FS-32 FS-B53 FS-B10 Capable of storing a maximum of (7) images recorded in 1600N mode. Capable of storing a maximum of (15) images recorded in 1600N mode. Capable of storing a maximum of (32) images recorded in 1600N mode. Capable of storing a maximum of (67) images recorded in 1600N mode. Used to insert the SmartMedia memory card directly into the PC floppy disk drive. This floppy disk adapter makes it possible to load SmartMedia directly into the floppy disk drive of the personal computer.
Lithium Ion Battery Remote Control Unit SmartMedia Memory Cards 4M 8M 16 M 32 M PC Card Adapter Floppy Disk Adapter
All trademarked company and product names mentioned in this manual are the property of their respective owners. SmartMedia is a registered trademark of Toshiba Corporation.
q This camera is not waterproof. Keep away from water, rain, beverages, etc. Consult your nearest Ricoh service office if any liquid gets into the camera. q Be careful not to drop the camera or subject it to impacts. q Do not use the flash more than necessary in continuous shots to avoid overheating. q Never look through the viewfinder directly at the sun or intense light. Your eyesight may be impaired. q Do not fire the flash close to a baby or infants eyes. q Do not fire the flash by aiming the camera at a driver behind the wheel. A traffic accident may result. q Exercise caution to prevent sand or dust from getting into the camera in such environments as beaches or work sites. q Do not leave the camera for any length of time in particularly hot or humid places, such as an automobile with the windows closed, beaches or bathrooms. q Verify that the camera power is off before you attach the AC adapter. q Direct sunlight and strong light striking the LCD monitor or the LCD panel will reflect white light, making it difficult to view. q The LCD monitor or the LCD panel may contain some pixels that always or never illuminate and the brightness of some areas of the monitor may appear uneven. These are typical LCD performance characteristics and do not constitute malfunctions. q Do not force any of the external moving parts, such as the card cover, terminal cover or battery cover. q Do not lift the camera by the hard cover, terminal cover or battery cover. q Be careful not to hit the lens unit or the LCD monitor while carrying the camera. q Extreme temperature differentials may cause condensation to form inside the camera body and lens unit, reducing performance. To avoid this, place the camera in a plastic bag and let it slowly acclimate to the new temperature before exposing it.
Potential Causes of Condensation
Transporting the camera from a cold place to a warm place. Storing or using the camera in places subject to high humidity. Bringing the camera into a recently heated room or leaving it directly in the path of air conditioning.
Care and Storage
q Fingerprints or dirt on the lens will reduce performance so take extra care not to get it dirty. q Do not wipe dust or smears off the lens with your fingers. Use a lens blower, readily available at most photographic suppliers, to blow dust off, or a very soft cloth to wipe it lightly. q Be particularly diligent in cleaning the lens after use at the beach or around chemicals. q If your camera should malfunction, contact the Ricoh service center. This product generates high voltages and disassembly is hazardous. Under no circumstances should you attempt to disassemble it yourself. q Never use solvents, benzine, insecticides or other volatile substances on the equipment as this may deform or dissolve it. q Be careful not to let objects rub against the LCD monitor or the LCD panel as it is readily susceptible to scratching. q To clean the LCD monitor or the LCD panel, wipe it gently with a soft cloth that has been moistened in diluted detergent and well-wrung. Wipe off any moisture with a soft, dry cloth. Remove the batteries and AC adapter from the camera before commencing any of the above.
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Rechargeable lithium-ion battery 3.7 volts About 3 minutes Activated after more than 1, 3, 5 minutes
s Compatible Memory Cards for Recording and Playback Type of Memory : SmartMedia memory card Capacity : 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64 MB Operating Voltage : 3.3 volts
The table below gives approximate recording picture counts available by SmartMedia memory card capacity and by PIC mode.
2MB 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 64MB 430 634
Motion pictures (sec.)
* The file sizes are as follows. : pixels : pixels : pixels : pixels * The picture quality (Compression ratio) is as follows: : Fine : Normal : Economy Recording capacity can be different from actual capacity because it depends on the shooting objects.
Declaration of Conformity The Product complies with the requirements of the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.
Declaration of Conformity
The Product complies with the requirements of the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC.
INFORMATION TO THE USER
USA FCC Part15 Class B The equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a 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, user, 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. In 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 to outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. (FCC 15.105B) Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. (FCC 15.21) Properly shielded and grounded cables and connectors must be used for connection to a host computer in order to comply with FCC emission limits. (FCC 15.27) An AC adapter with a ferrite core must be used for RF interference suppression.
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