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Vivatar Vivicam 5022Vivitar ViviCam 5022 5.1 MP Digital Camera (Black)

Vivitar - 5.1 megapixel - MultiMediaCard - Standard SD - SDHC - Built-in Flash

This stylish and compact digital camera comes with great choice of features. It features flash with red eye reduction and a large preview screen.

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wm_wragg 9:07pm on Sunday, July 18th, 2010 
this camera is amazing the quality of the pictures and how clear the pictures are. it also takes wonderful videos i love this camera
Ploe 2:33pm on Thursday, June 3rd, 2010 
Just bought this camera for our family vacation to mexico, its been taking really great pictures, and its really inexpensive.
rmdemi 5:11am on Sunday, May 9th, 2010 
Just bought this camera for our family vacation to mexico, its been taking really great pictures, and its really inexpensive. I bought the vivicam 5022 just a couple days before my vacation to Tenessee. It was cheap, but the details on the box looked promising... not!
toffkriss 7:23pm on Friday, April 9th, 2010 
Pure Trash I bought two of these cameras at ToysRUS for twins. Great Gift Purchased this for my 12 year old cousin and she absolutely loves the camera. The Purple color is awesome!

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ViviCam 5022 Digital Camera

Users Manual

2009 Sakar International, Inc. All rights reserved. Windows and the Windows logo are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective companies.

Table of Contents

Introduction...... 2 Key Features..... 2 What your camera includes..... 2 Computer System Requirements for Windows XP... 3 Computer System Requirements for Windows Vista... 3 Computer System Requirements for Macintosh.... 4 A Quick Look at Your Camera.... 4 Preparing Your Camera for Use.... 5 Installing SD Memory Card.... 6 Starting Your Camera.... 8 Camera Modes.... 8 Install the Vivitar Experience Image Manager Software... 19 Connect your camera to the computer.... 22 Get photos and videos from your camera to your computer... 22 Get started!..... 23 Transfer media from my camera to my computer manually (Using Windows).. 24 Transfer media from my camera to my computer manually (Using Macintosh)... 24 Maintenance of Your Digital Camera.... 25 Sakar Warranty Card..... 25 Appendix A: Specifications.... 27 Appendix B: Troubleshooting.... 27

Introduction

Thank you for purchasing the ViviCam 5022 5.1 Mega-Pixel Digital Camera. Everything you need to take quality digital photos and videos is included with your camera. Your digital camera can also be used as a removable disk. It enriches your life. Please read this manual carefully first in order to get the most out of your digital camera.

Key Features

Digital Image Resolution- 5M, 3M, 2M, VGA. SD RAM 8MB. Supports SD/MMC memory card (not included) up to 8GB. 2.4 inch TFT Color LCD Vivitar Experience Image Manager software for uploading and managing photos and videos to or from the most popular photo sharing and social network websites.
What your camera includes
Digital Camera Vivitar Experience Image Manager software Installation CD USB cable Quick Start Guide Strap
Computer System Requirements for Windows XP
To be able to download photos to your PC, you will need the following minimum configuration: Pentium 4 processor or above with Windows XP service pack MB RAM, with 100MB of free disk space 1024 x 768 Recommended screen resolution 16-bit color or higher display adaptor CD-ROM Drive QuickTime 6 or higher Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or higher Windows Media Player 10 or higher Internet connection required
Computer System Requirements for Windows Vista
To be able to download photos to your PC your will need the following minimum configuration: Windows Vista 800MHz processor and 512 MB of system memory 20GB hard driver with at least 15GB of available space Support for Super VGA graphics Available USB Interface CD-ROM drive QuickTime 6 or higher Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or higher Internet connection required
Computer System Requirements for Macintosh
Macintosh with Intel processor running Mac OS X v10.4.6 or later 256 MB RAM, 100 MB free disk space Display: 1024 x 768 or higher-resolution monitor QuickTime 6 or higher Internet connection required

A Quick Look at Your Camera
Preparing Your Camera for Use
Battery Installation Your camera requires 3 AAA batteries. To insert the batteries into the camera: 1. 2. Slide and open the battery compartment at the bottom of the camera. Please make sure that the batteries are inserted with the correct polarity facing up.

Close the battery door.

When the No Power is displayed on the LCD, this indicates that your camera has an insufficient battery power level and will be automatically powered off. You need to download the sample photos and videos to your PC. If there is no SD card inserted before it powers off the photos and videos will be lost.
Note: 1. If you dont intend to use your camera for an extended period of time, please remove the batteries to avoid battery leakage and corrosion. 2. Please dont remove the batteries or power off your camera before downloading the test photos or videos when you have not inserted an SD card. The test images will be lost forever if they are not downloaded before the camera is shut down or powered off. 3. 4. Do not mix old and new batteries. We recommend you use Alkaline batteries. Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc), or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium metal hydride) batteries. 5. In order to conserve battery power if the camera is on but not in use for 60 seconds it will automatically shut off. In this case too only the sample images will be lost.
Installing SD Memory Card
Your camera has a memory card slot that enables you to insert any SD compatible memory card. Adding a memory card is needed for normal use and will allow you to increase the capacity of your camera before you have to transfer photos and videos to your PC. Install the SD memory card as below: 1. 2. Locate the Memory Card slot. Insert the Memory card into the slot in the correct direction. (see the sketch below)
Push the card in until you feel it click into position. The top of the card should be flushed with the surface of the camera. An icon will appear on the LCD screen after you turn on your camera.
Once the external memory card is inserted into the camera all the images taken with the camera will be stored on the card.

Note: 1. An external memory card is required for normal use. Your camera supports any compatible SD memory card (up to 8GB). 2. Card inserted, change to card will appear on the LCD screen when you insert the card indicating that photos and videos will now be stored on the SD memory card. Reversely, Card removed, change to internal memory will appear on the LCD screen when you remove the card. 3. If there are photos and videos in the internal memory when you insert the card into your camera, copy SDRAM file to your card, please wait will appear on the screen. The media will now be copied to your card.
When you take out the SD memory card, Card removed, change to Internal RAM will appear on the LCD screen. With no card in the camera you will now only be able to take one test photo or 10 seconds of video.

Starting Your Camera

Press and hold the Power button to turn on your camera. The LCD screen will light up indicating that your camera is on and ready for use. To power off your camera, press and hold the Power button again for about 3 seconds.

Camera Modes

Taking photos
Power on your camera, the default mode is Camera mode. A camera icon appears in the top left corner of the LCD screen. 1. 2. Hold the camera steady and compose your object as appears in the LCD screen. Press the Shutter button and wait a moment for the photo to be taken.
Note: When the internal memory is full, the LCD screen will display Memory Full! Insert a SD Memory Card to Transfer and Take More Photos! If you attempt to take photos or videos when the cameras internal memory is full, the camera will beep continuously. Please download the test images to your computer using the Vivitar Experience Image Manager software as described below in the section Transfer photos and videos
to your computer as soon as possible or insert an SD memory card in order to take more images!
Flash Your camera has a built in flash function which enables you to take photos when the light condition is not good. 1. 2. Press the Up button. The icon use. 3. 4. 5. Press the Up button again to change from the auto flash to the red eye function. The icon activated. Press the Up button once more until you see the icon that the flash is forced on. 6. To turn off the flash function, press the Up button again until the icon is displayed on the LCD. appear on the LCD screen. This indicates will appear on the LCD indicating that the red eye reduction function has been will appear at the top of the LCD indicating that the auto flash is turned on and ready to
Note: A Low Power message will appear on the LCD screen, if you select the flash function when the battery power is insufficient. To continue using the camera with the flash, please install new batteries.
Digital Zoom function You can magnify your subject using the digital zoom. Use the T and W buttons to adjust the zoom. 1. Press the T button to zoom in on your subject.

Press the W button to zoom back out.
Change Image Resolution The default setting is 3M if no SD card is inserted. For higher resolution image changing please insert a SD memory card first. 1. 2. 3. 4. Press the Menu/OK button. Press the Up/Down button to select the RESOLUTION option. Press the Menu/OK button. Press the Up/Down button to select one of the following resolutions : (5M) 2592x1944 pixels (3M) 2048x1536 pixels (2M) 1920x1080 pixels (VGA) 640x480 pixels 5. 6. Press the Menu/OK button again to confirm your selection. The corresponding icon will appear on the top of the LCD screen.
Note: 1. Different image resolutions will affect the photo quality. High resolution photos will be of better picture quality and therefore will take up more camera memory capacity than lower resolution photos.
Setting Photo Frequency The photo mode allows to you to set the frequency before capturing the photos. Different regions of the world require different light frequencies. To set the photo frequency: 1. 2. 3. 4. Press the Menu/OK button. Press the Up/Down button to select the FREQUENCY option. Press the Menu/OK button again. Press the Up/Down button to select either: 50 HZ 60 HZ 5. Press the Menu/OK button to confirm.
Anti-shake function Your Digital Camera has a function that prevents photos coming out blurry as a result of trembling or shaking while the photo is being taken. This function allows you to take good quality photos even without the use of a tripod. To set this function: 1. 2. 3. Press the Menu/OK button. Press the Up/Down button and select the Anti-shake option. Press the Menu/OK button.
Use the Up/Down button to select either: On - to activate and turn the anti-shake on. Off - to leave or turn the anti-shake off.
Press the Menu/OK button to confirm. The Anti-shake icon appears on the top of the LCD screen.
Language You can change the language setting on your Digital Camera 1. 2. 3. 4. Press the Menu/OK button. Press the Up/Down button and select the Language option. Press the Menu/OK button. Use the Up/Down button to select either: English, French, Portuguese or Spanish 5. Press the Menu/OK button to confirm and save your choice. The camera menus and interface now appear in the language that you selected.

Macro/Far shooting The camera has the function that allows you to capture objects at very near (up to 80 cm) or very far distances per your request. 1. 2. Slide the Macro/Far switch on the left side of the camera to the The icon position.
will appear on the LCD screen and indicates that the macro shooting is on.
For far shooting slide the Macro/Far switch to the The icon

position.

appears on the LCD screen to indicate that the far shooting is on.
The mountain setting gives you maximum depth-of-field you can possibly get with the lens you are using. You now can have the overhead branch in focus as well as the mountains in focus - and everything in between!
Self Timer You can include yourself in a photo by using the Self Timer feature to delay the time between your pressing the shutter and when the photo is actually taken. It is recommended that you use a tripod or place the camera on a flat and secure surface when you use the self-timer. 1. 2. 3. 4. Press the Down or Timer button. The timer icon will now appear instead of the camera icon on the top left corner of the LCD.
Press the Shutter button. The camera will begin to emit beeps and a 10 seconds countdown appears on the LCD accompanied by a flashing red LED light.

5. 6. 7. 8.

At the end of the 10 seconds the camera will automatically take the picture. To use the Self Timer again simply press the Shutter button once more. To exit the Self Timer mode press the Down or Timer button. The Timer icon on the top left corner of the LCD will disappear and the camera icon will reappear indicating that the camera is set back to the Camera mode.
Self Timer shortcut button 1. 2. 3. 4. You can activate the Self Timer by simply pressing the SelfTimer/ Down button. The camera icon on the top left corner of the LCD will change to the Self Timer icon. Position the camera. Press the Shutter button and the 10 second self timer countdown will begin.
Delete last photo quickly In camera mode, you can quickly delete the last photo you have taken: 1. 2. Press the Right button. A Delete File message will appear on the LCD with a Yes or No option. The No option is selected by default. 3. Press the Left button to choose the Yes option (this will be underscored) or press the right button to move back to the No option if you decide not to delete. 4. Press the Menu/OK button to confirm.

Video Mode

The Video Mode allows you to shoot high quality AVI movies. In order to use this mode an SD card needs to be inserted into the camera.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Insert a compatible SD memory card. Power on your camera. Press the MODE button. The Video icon now appears in the top left corner of the LCD.
Press the Shutter button to start shooting the video. The elapsed time appears on the bottom right corner of the LCD.
Press the Shutter button to stop the recording. The video will be saved as an AVI file on the memory card.
Note: 1. 2. Insert an SD Memory Card will appear on the LCD screen as soon as you enter the Video mode. You can playback the AVI file by using Quick Time or Windows Media Player once it has been downloaded to your computer.
Setting Video Resolution The video mode allows to you to set the resolution size before capturing the video. The higher the resolution, the better the quality of the video taken. Recording time for higher resolutions is less than for lower resolution. To set the video resolution: 1. 2. 3. 4. Press the Menu/OK button. Press the Up/Down button to select the RESOLUTION option. Press the Menu/OK button again. Press the Up/Down button to select either:
640 VGA (Higher resolution) 320 QVGA (Lower resolution) 5. Press the Menu/OK button to confirm.
Note: By default the video resolution is the higher 640 VGA.

Playback Mode

You can preview your photos in this mode. 1. Power on your camera. 2. Press the MODE button to enter the Playback Mode. 3. An icon will appear on the upper left corner of the LCD. 4. Press the MODE button to exit and revert back to the Camera or Video modes.
Note: NO FILE will appear on the LCD when there are no photos or videos in your camera. Preview photos In playback mode press the Right/Left buttons to select and view your photos and videos taken. JPG will appear on the LCD if you selected a photo. The resolution icon of the photo will appear on the bottom left corner of the LCD for each photo. AVI will appear on the LCD when you select an AVI video file. Playback AVI files In the playback mode 1. Select an AVI file in your SD memory card by pressing the Right/Left button. 2. Press the Menu/OK button.
Delete photo and/or videos You may delete images directly from the memory card on your camera. The images can only be deleted while in the playback mode. 1. 2. In playback mode, press the Menu/OK button. Press the Up/Down button to select one of the following options: Delete One in order to delete the current file selected. Delete All to delete all the files in your camera. Press the Menu/OK button Depending on the Delete option selected press the Up/Down button to select either Yes or No. Press the Menu/OK button again to confirm your choice. If you choose Yes the currect file is deleted

3. 4. 5.

forever. This action is irreversible. Print your photos Your camera supports the PictBridge printing function that allows you to print photos any time directly from your camera to the compatible printer. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Select a photo you want to print out by pressing Left/Right button. Press the Menu/OK button. Press the Up/Down button to select Print. Press the Menu/OK button. Press the Up/Down button to select Yes. Press the Menu/OK button again. A Please connect DSC to printer message will appear on the LCD. Now you can connect your camera to the PictBridge compatible printer for printing. Press the Shutter button to start printing the selected photo.
Format This function will delete all of the files in your cameras memory (internal memory or SD memory card, depending on the device selection). Please be certain that you wish to use this function. In the playback mode: 1. Press the Menu/OK button. 2. Press the Up/Down button to select the FORMAT option. 3. Press the Menu/OK button. 4. Press the Up/Down button to select either Yes or No. 5. Press the Shutter button again to confirm your selection. 6. A Format OK message will appear on the LCD once the format has completed.
Install the Vivitar Experience Image Manager Software
Warning: Do not plug your camera into the computer until the software installation is complete. You must be connected to the internet to install and run the Vivitar Experience Image Manager software. 1. Insert the installation CD into your CD-ROM drive. The installation screen should automatically open.
On PC: The Vivitar Experience Image Manager Installer window appears. If the window does not appear, open the applications CD/DVD drive and click on Setup.bat to launch the installer.
On Macintosh: Click the icon to install the Vivitar Experience Image Manager. If you do not have internet access at the time of inserting the CD-ROM, connect to the internet and then click the Install Vivitar Experience Image Manager button to begin the installation Note: If you do not have internet access, you can still download media from the camera. Click the How to transfer photos and videos from my camera to my computer button for instructions.
If you have internet access, the Choose your language window opens, choose your language and click Next to open the next window.

6. 7. 8. 9.

Select your camera model from the list and click Next to open the next window. Click Next to confirm your camera model selection and to install the application. Please wait while the application is being installed on your computer. Please review the license terms. On PC: Click the I Agree button to continue. On Macintosh: Click the I accept the terms of this license agreement and then click Next to continue.
10. On PC only: Let the Vivitar Experience Image Manager installer create the folder to where the program will be installed, and then click Install. 11. Please wait while the application continues the installation process on your computer. 12. On PC: Click the Close button when the installation is complete. On Macintosh: Click the Quit button when the installation is complete. 13. Click the Launch Vivitar Experience Image Manager to open the application or close the window and run the Vivitar Experience Image Manager from your computer.
Connect your camera to the computer
1. 2. 3. Use the USB cable that came with your camera to connect your camera to your computer. Turn your camera on. The first time you connect the device to the computer you will have to wait a few seconds until the computer recognizes the device.
Get photos and videos from your camera to your computer
An SD card needs to be inserted. Do not disconnect the cable during transfer. Doing so will cancel the transfer of any files on their way to your computer. 1. Select the Get images button from the Main menu.

2. 3. 4.

The Get media from device window opens. You can select to download photos, videos or both. Select your camera (removable disk) from the device window. If your camera is the only USB device connected then it will be selected automatically.
Select a location on the computer where to place the new photo and video files. Add the new photo and video files to albums if desired. Select to remove the media files from the selected device (removable disk) after the import. Click the Get media button to transfer the photos and videos from your camera to your computer. A media download progress bar appears on the bottom left showing the number of media files downloading to your computer. A message appears when the download is complete.
The photo and video files that you selected are now downloaded to your computer to the selected folder and albums ready for your use.

Get started!

Using the Vivitar Experience Image Manager, you can upload and manage photos and videos to and from the most popular photo sharing and social networking sites - Facebook, Flickr, MySpace, Picasa, Photobucket and YouTube. Seamlessly transfer photos and videos from one social network to another. Organize your images by creating offline and online albums. Edit images using automatic and manual tools. Use automatic Geotagging with built in Google Maps.

For more details on how to use the Vivitar Experience Image Manager open the Help file or click the Take the Tour button on the application`s Home page.
Transfer media from my camera to my computer manually (Using Windows)
1. 2. 3. 4. Use the USB cable that came with your camera to connect your camera to your computer. A window appears with a list of options, select Open folder to view files and click OK. Open the DCIM folder and the folder inside to view the media files. Select the media and copy the files from this folder into your computer. Optionally, select the files and choose Copy from the Edit menu. Then select a folder and choose Paste from the Edit menu. 5. We recommend that you copy the images into the Pictures/My Pictures folder and the videos into the Videos/My Videos folder. 6. Do not disconnect the cable during transfer. Doing so will cancel the transfer of any files on their way to your computer.
Transfer media from my camera to my computer manually (Using Macintosh)
1. 2. 3. Use the USB cable that came with your camera to connect your camera to your computer. The cameras device icon appears on the desktop. Click on the device icon and open the DCIM folder and the folder inside to view the media files.
Select the files and drag them into your computer. Optionally, select the files and choose Copy from the Finders Edit menu. Then select a folder and choose Paste from the Edit menu.
We recommend that you copy the images into the Pictures folder and the videos into the Movies folder.
Do not disconnect the cable during transfer. Doing so will cancel the transfer of any files on their way to your computer.
Maintenance of Your Digital Camera
The digital camera is a delicate device. Please handle your camera with care to avoid damaging it.

Sakar Warranty Card

This warranty covers for the original consumer purchaser only and is not transferable. Products that fail to function properly UNDER NORMAL USAGE, due to defects in material or workmanship. Your product will be repaired at no charge for parts or labor for a period of one year.
What Is Not Covered By Warranty: Damages or malfunctions not resulting from defects in material or workmanship and damages or malfunctions
from other than normal use, including but limited to, repair by unauthorized parties, tampering, modification or accident.
What To Do When Service Is Required: When returning your defective product (postage pre-paid) for service, your package should include: 1. 2. 3. Copy of original bill of sale A detailed written description of the problem. Your return address and telephone number (Daytime)
MAIL TO ADDRESS BELOW: Sakar International Attention: Service Department 195 Carter Drive Edison, NJ 08817 TECHNICAL SUPPORT For technical support issues please visit our website at www.vivitar.com. You can find manuals, software and FAQs at the website. Cant find what you are looking for? E-mail us at support@vivitar.com and one of our technical support team members will answer your questions. For phone support in the US please call 1-800-592-9541, in the UK call 4831. If you would like to call from anywhere else, please visit www.vivitar.com for your local toll free number.

Appendix A: Specifications
Sensor Image resolution (1920x1080pixels), VGA (640x480pixels) Lens Internal memory External memory Flash Self-timer Power saving Printing Battery Transmission interface Working temperature Computer system f=7.23mm, F2.8 SD RAM 8MB Support SD card up to 8GB Auto/force on/red eye reduction/off 10S 60S PictBridge 3*AAA batteries USB 2.0 0~40 Windows XP/ Vista/ Mac OS X (10.4.6 or higher) CMOS sensor 5M (2592x1944pixels), 3M (2048x1536pixels), 2M
Appendix B: Troubleshooting
Q: I have taken photos and selected the Get Images button. I get a message that the images were successfully transferred but the photos do not appear on my computer. What do I do?
First ensure that you have in fact taken photos. Press the Shutter button to take some sample photos and then try downloading them again. With test photos if the camera powers off before you upload them to the computer the photos are not stored in the camera`s memory. These photos should be uploaded quickly before the camera powers off. If the photos are saved to the SD memory card then all the photos should appear.
Q: How do I make sure I don't lose important pictures? Your camera uses SDRAM memory, which requires a constant electric current to store your test photos. Should your camera lose power (for instance if the battery dies or run out of power) all stored pictures will be lost. This camera requires an SD card for normal use. If the camera powers off nothing will happen to the images stored on the SD memory card. We recommend always downloading your photos to your computer as soon as possible to prevent unintentional data loss.
Q: I deleted images using the Vivitar Experience Image Manager. The image was also deleted from my computer. How do I recover images that I accidently deleted? All images deleted using the Vivitar Experience Image Manager are sent to your computer`s Recycle or Trash Bin and can be retrieved from there. A00-090608

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ViviCam 8400 Digital Camera

Owners Manual

2009 Sakar International, Inc. All rights reserved. Windows and the Windows logo are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective companies.

Table of Contents

Introduction.... 2 Key Features.... 2 What your digital video camera includes... 3 Computer System Requirements for Windows XP... 3 Computer System Requirement for Windows Vista.. 4 Computer System Requirements for Macintosh.. 4 A Quick Look at your Digital Video Camera... 5 Preparing Your Camera for Use... 6 Inserting an SD Memory Card.... 10 DV Function Control.... 12 Taking Still Photos.... 13 Camera Mode Functions.... 16 Capturing Videos.... 22 Video Mode Functions... 25 Playback Mode.... 28 Playback Mode Functions... 30 Setup Mode.... 37 Install the Vivitar Experience Image Manager Software.. 44 Connect your camera to the computer... 47 Get photos and videos from your camera to your computer.. 47 Get started!.... 49 Transfer media from my camera to my computer manually (Using Windows). 49 Transfer media from my camera to my computer manually (Using Macintosh). 50 Connect your Digital Camera to a TV... 50 Using your device as a PC Camera (on Windows only).. 51 Camera Maintenance.... 52 Sakar Warranty Card.... 55 Technical Specifications.... 56 FAQ Frequently Asked Questions... 57 Trouble Shooting.... 58

Introduction

Thank you for purchasing the ViviCam 8400 Digital Water Resistant Camera. With your camera you can take individual photos and shoot video clips. In addition, to expand the memory capacity of your camera a SD compatible memory card of up to 8GB needs to be inserted. The camera is water resistant to a depth of 30 feet / 10 meters.

Key Features

4 modes - Camera, Video, Playback and Set Up. Digital Video resolutions 640x480 (VGA), 320x240 (QVGA). 5 digital camera resolutions- 8M, 5M, 3M, 2M and 0.3M 2.4" TFT LCD 8 X Digital Zoom Limited Internal Flash memory Supports external SD memory card up to 8GB Takes digital photos and videos Vivitar Experience Image Manager software for uploading and managing photos and videos to or from the most popular photo sharing and social network websites.
What your digital video camera includes
Digital Camera USB / AV cable Vivitar Experience Image Manager software Installation CD Quick Start Guide Wrist strap
Computer System Requirements for Windows XP
To be able to download photos and videos to your PC, you will need the following minimum configuration: Pentium 4 processor or above with Windows XP service pack MB RAM, with 100MB of free disk space 1024 x 768 Recommended screen resolution 16-bit color or higher display adaptor CD-ROM Drive QuickTime 6 or higher Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or higher Windows Media Player 10 or higher Internet connection required
Computer System Requirement for Windows Vista
To be able to download photos and videos to your PC your will need the following minimum configuration: Windows Vista 800MHz processor and 512 MB of system memory 20GB hard drive with at least 15GB of available space Support for Super VGA graphics Available USB Interface CD-ROM drive QuickTime 6 or higher Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or higher Internet connection required
Computer System Requirements for Macintosh
Macintosh with Intel processor running Mac OS X v10.4.6 or later 256 MB RAM, 100 MB free disk space Display: 1024 x 768 or higher-resolution monitor QuickTime 6 or higher Internet connection required
A Quick Look at your Digital Video Camera
1: Shutter button 2: Power button 3: Flash strobe 4: Lens 5: Up/Zoom in button 6: Right/Flash button 7: OK/Menu button 8: Playback button 9: Lock device 10: Trip socket 11: Power/charging LED 12: LCD screen 13: Left/Mode button 14: Down/Zoom out button 15Battery compartment 16: Memory card slot 17: Battery cover 18: USB jack
Preparing Your Camera for Use
Battery Installation Your camera requires 2 AA batteries (not included). It is recommended that alkaline batteries be used.
Important: Before installing the batteries make sure you are not near water and that your hands are dry.
Turn the camera around so that the battery cover on the side is facing you.
Push the small lock button at the top of the battery cover (1) to the right to the unlock position.
The battery cover lever (2) will spring down. If the lever (2) does not spring down, then gently pull down the lever to release the battery door
Gently open the battery cover door from right to left.

In order to open the battery compartment, locate the OPEN arrow pointing down on the battery compartment door and press down in the direction of the arrow.
The battery compartment door will spring up and open.
Insert the batteries in accordance with the polarity + /- indicated on the inside of the battery compartment.
Return and close the battery compartment cover pressing gently in a downwards and then an upwards direction.
Now close the battery door from left to right making sure the top lock is still in the unlock position.
10. Press and hold the battery door down as shown in diagram (a). Gently lift the lever (2) upwards until you hear it click and lock into place as in diagram (b). Now push the middle section of the battery door to the left as indicated in diagram (c).
Important: It is important that the battery cover be sealed properly before using the camera underwater.
Note: As this is a special underwater camera, all the buttons can rotate. We strongly recommend downloading your photos and videos regularly to your computer. Remove the batteries from the camera when not in use for an extended period. Do not mix alkaline and non Alkaline batteries. There are a few features that will not work if the battery power level is low. When the battery power is low the battery icon turns red and the camera will automatically turn off a few seconds later.
For instructions on how to set the date and time that will appear on your photos, set the language that you want your camera`s menu to appear with or other setup options please refer to the Setup section later on in this manual.
Inserting an SD Memory Card
Your Digital Camcorder has a limited built-in flash memory. In order to extend this capacity to capture more photo and video files you can also insert an SD Memory card (up to 8GB) into the SD slot found in the battery compartment of the camera. Memory cards are not included and need to be purchased separately. 1. 2. Make sure the camera is turned off before inserting the SD Card. Open the battery cover as well as the battery compartment as explained in steps 1 to 6 of the Battery Installation section above.

3. 4. 5.

Locate the SD card slot on the left of the battery compartment. Insert the SD memory card correctly in the direction shown. Press the memory card until you hear a Click sound.
Close the battery compartment and cover an explained in steps 8 to 10 of the Battery Installation section above.
Note: After you insert an SD memory card, the SD card icon will appear on the bottom left side of the LCD, indicating that your SD memory card has been installed successfully. The media you capture will now be stored on the card and not in internal memory. This product supports SD cards of up to 8GB. Before using the SD card with the camera you should format the card in the camera. Formatting will delete all data on the SD Memory Card including protected data. Do not remove the SD memory Card during formatting as this may damage the card and render it unusable. Be sure to format the card with the camera.

Important: The camera`s internal memory is limited to 64MB. Insert a compatible SD card of up to 8GB to expand the memory and take many more images.
1. Use the image that appears in the LCD to compose your shot. 2. If need be use the Zoom In / Zoom Out button to focus in on the scene or object you wish to capture. 3. Hold the camera steady and press the Shutter button on the top of the camera.
4. The camera will beep and the picture taken is now saved to the memory. 5. The number of photos that can be taken for each resolution and per the memory card inserted appears on the top left of the LCD screen. 6. After the shot is taken the number on the left tells you the number of the photo taken and the number on the right indicated the number of shots left to take at this resolution. 7. When the camera`s internal memory is full, Memory Full will appear on the LCD screen when you attempt to press the Shutter button to take a photo. Either download the photos to your computer using the Vivitar Experience Image Manager software as described below in the section Transfer photos and videos to your computer or insert an SD card to continue taking more photos and videos. 8. The number of photos that can be captured not only depends on the SD cards capacity but also on the resolution selected. Better quality photos are taken at higher resolutions but these will also take up more memory on the card. 9. The screen will power off automatically if the camera is not active for 30 seconds. Press any key to restart the screen. 10. Do not take the memory card or battery out when camera is saving the image, otherwise the image won't be saved completely.
Preview and Delete images taken
Press the Playback function button to enter the preview mode to view all the images captured with the camera. 1. The last image captured will appear first on the LCD.
2. Press the Right (Flash)/Left (MODE) buttons to toggle through the images. For more information on how to use the Playback mode to view and delete images see the Playback mode section of this manual.
The flash feature only operates in Camera mode. 1. Press the Right (Flash) button to activate the flash. 2. The corresponding flash icon will appear on the left side of the LCD. Auto: Automatically turn on/off according to the light Flash on: Force on the flash Flash off: Force off the flash 3. If the flash is on, when the image is captured and the flash activated the screen will remain blank while the flash recharges. The next image can only be taken once the flash has recharged. 4. Using the Flash in bright light environments will cause the image to come out with the incorrect exposure. Note: The flash will not work while in Burst Snapshot mode or if the battery power level is low.

Digital Zoom You may zoom in or out of the object by using the 8X digital zoom feature.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press the Zoom In function button to zoom into your object. Press the Zoom Out function button to zoom out of your object. The Zoom digits icon appears on the bottom right corner of the LCD. The image on the LCD is affect immediately when the zoom option is pressed. Press the Shutter button to capture the image.
Note: The digital zoom may affect the quality of the image as the higher the zoom multiple the lower the image quality will be. You can also zoom in or out of the Photos and Video in Playback mode.

Camera Mode Functions

In Camera mode, press the OK/Menu button on the top right of the camera. The LCD will display 2 mode tabs IMAGE and SETUP. By default the IMAGE tab will open with the menu options for that tab appearing: Resolution, Quality, White Balance, Color Effect, Exposure, Date Stamp, Self Timer, and Burst Snapshot

Resolution

1. Press the Down button to select the Resolution mode. 2.
Press the Right button for the 5 Resolution options submenu to appear: 8M, 5M, 3M, 2M or 0.3M.
Press the Up/Down button to highlight and select the Resolution option you desire. Press the OK/Menu button to confirm and save your choice. Press the OK/Menu button to exit.
6. The icon for the resolution choice appears beneath the camera icon on the left side

of the LCD.

Quality
1. Press the Up/Down button to select the Quality mode. 2.
Press the Right button for the 3 Quality options submenu to appear: Super, Fine, Normal
Press the Up/Down button to highlight and select the Quality option you desire. Press the OK/Menu button to confirm and save your choice. Press the OK/Menu button to exit.
6. The icon for the quality choice appears with three, two or one lines on the left side

Super quality

Fine quality

Normal quality

White Balance
1. Press the Up/Down button to select the White Balance mode. 2.
Press the Right button for the 5 White Balance options submenu to appear:
Auto, Day Light, Tungsten, Fluorescent, and Cloudy The background of the submenu changes automatically on screen to show the effect when choosing one of the options
Press the Up/Down button to highlight and select the White Balance option you desire. Press the OK/Menu button to confirm and save your choice. Press the OK/Menu button to exit.
6. The icon for the White Balance choice appears on the left side of the LCD.

Color Effect

1. Press the Up/Down button to select the Color Effect mode. 2.
Press the Right button for the 3 Color Effect options submenu to appear: Color, Sepia and Monochrome The background of the submenu changes automatically on screen to show the effect when choosing one of the options

Press the Up/Down button to highlight and select the Color Effect you desire. Press the OK/Menu button to confirm and save your choice. Press the OK/Menu button to exit.
6. The Color Effect choice appears on the LCD.

Exposure

1. Press the Up/Down button to select the Exposure mode. 2.
Press the Right button for the Exposure option submenu arrows to appear (-2.0 to +2.0): -2.0, -1.5, -1.0, -0.5, Auto, +0.5, +1.0, +1.5, +2.0
3. Press the Up/Down button to select the Exposure setting you desire. 4. 5.
Press the OK/Menu button to confirm and save your choice. Press the OK/Menu button to exit.
6. The icon for the Exposure choice appears on the top of the LCD.

Date Stamp

1. Press the Up/Down button to select the Date Stamp mode. 2.
Press the Right button for the Date Stamp options submenu to appear: On, Off
Press the Up/Down button to highlight and select the Date Stamp option you desire. Press the OK/Menu button to confirm and save your choice. Press the OK/Menu button to exit.
6. If enabled, the icon for the Date Stamp choice appears on the right side of the LCD.
Self Timer This feature allows you to set up the camera so that you can also be included in the shot. It is best to use a tripod or place the camera on a flat and sturdy surface.
1. Press the Up/Down button to select the Self Timer mode. 2.
Press the Right button for the Self Timer options submenu to appear: Disable, 10SEC, 20SEC
Press the Up/Down button to highlight and select the Self Timer option you desire. Press the OK/Menu button to confirm and save your choice. Press the OK/Menu button to exit. icon for the Self Timer choice appears on the right side of the

6. If enabled, the

7. Press the Shutter button to start the self timer countdown. The big blue countdown
digit will appear in the center of the LCD and the camera emits a beep for each second until the image is captured. Note: The Self Timer needs to be reset for each photo taken using this feature.
Burst Snapshot This feature allows you to set up the camera to take 3 continuous images as you move the camera.
1. Press the Up/Down button to select the Burst Snapshot mode. 2.
Press the Right button for the Burst Snapshot options submenu to appear: Single, Burst
Press the Up/Down button to highlight and select the Burst Snapshot option you desire. Press the OK/Menu button to confirm and save your choice. Press the OK/Menu button to exit.
6. If enabled, the icon for the Burst Snapshot appears instead of the Camera icon on
the top left corner of the LCD.
7. Press the Shutter button to automatically start the Burst Snapshot. The camera will
now take and save 3 images one after the other. Note: The Burst Snapshot needs to be reset for every 3 continuous photos taken using this feature.

Capturing Videos

In order capture videos (without audio) using your camera you need to press the MODE button until the Video icon appears on the top left corner of the LCD. This camera

requires a compatible SD to card of up to 8 GB to expand the amount of memory available to capture videos.

1. 2. 3.

Prepare the scenery or object you wish to record. Press the Shutter button on the top of the camera to start shooting. A red icon will appear. The amount of time left to record at that
resolution will appear on the top right on the LCD. 4. 5. 6. Note: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. During shooting the video you can adjust the zoom to focus in on your subject. You can view the AVI files in playback mode. Once they are downloaded to the PC view them using QuickTime and Windows Media Player. Please insert an SD memory card of up to 8 GB to expand the memory capacity of the camera. When the internal memory is full, a Memory Full message will flash on the LCD screen when you attempt to shoot further videos. You can zoom in or out using the Zoom control buttons. Press the Shutter button again to stop the recording. The recorded file will be saved in AVI format.
Press the Playback function button to enter the review mode to view all the media captured with the camera. 1. The last image captured will appear first on the LCD. 2. Press the Right (MODE)/Left (Flash) buttons to toggle through the images.
3. A icon will appear and the time of that video clip will appear at the top of the LCD to indicate that the file is a video. 4. To play the video, press the Shutter button. 5. Press the Shutter button again to stop the video. 6. To delete an image, press the Zoom Out button to open and show all the images as thumbnails. 7. The last image selected will have a red boarder around it. 8. To select another video use the Up/Down/Left/Right buttons. 9. Press the OK/Menu button for the Erase message to appear on the LCD.
10. Press the Up/Down buttons to select either Erase This to erase the selected image or Erase All to erase all the unprotected video from the memory. Note: If you wish to exit this erase mode now, press the OK/Menu button. 11. Press the Shutter button.
12. An Erase confirmation message appears - Yes to erase and No to exit to the thumbnail screen without erasing. 13. Press the Left/Right button to choose Yes or No.
14. Press the Shutter or OK/Menu button. 15. If you selected Yes, the image(s) is deleted. 16. Press the Playback button again to close the thumbnail view and revert to the Camera mode.

Video Mode Functions

In Video mode, press the OK/Menu function button on the top right of the camera. The LCD will display 2 mode tabs VIDEO and SETUP. By default the Video tab will open with the menu options appearing: Resolution, Frame Rate and White Balance
Resolution This setting allows you to control the size of your images.
Press the Right button for the Resolution submenu options to appear: 640*480 , 320*240.

Note: If there are no images in your memory the No Image message will appear on the LCD screen.

Playback Mode Functions

In Playback mode, press the OK/Menu function button on the top right of the camera. The LCD will display 2 mode tabs PLAY and SETUP. By default the Play tab will open with the menu options appearing: Delete Current, Delete All, Lock, Thumbnail, Set Logo, Rotate, Slideshow and Print

Delete Current

This mode is used to delete the selected file
1. Select a file in the Playback mode. 2. Press the OK/Menu button.
3. Press the Right button for the Delete Current options submenu to appear:

Yes, No

4. 5. 6.
Press the Up/Down button to highlight and select the Delete Current option you desire. Press the OK/Menu button to confirm. If you choose Yes, the selected file is now deleted. Important: The file is deleted without a confirmation message. Please use this feature with caution as deleted files cannot be recovered unless they have been downloaded to the PC first.
7. The camera reverts back to the Play menu mode. Delete All
This mode is used to delete all the unlocked files in the memory
1. Press the Down button to select the Delete All mode. 2. Press the Right button for the Delete All options submenu to appear:
Press the Up/Down button to highlight and select the Delete All option you desire. Press the OK/Menu button to confirm. If you choose Yes, all the unlocked files are now deleted.
Important: The files are deleted without a confirmation message. Please use this feature with caution as deleted files cannot be recovered unless they have been downloaded to the PC first.
6. The camera reverts back to the Play menu mode. Lock
This mode is used to protect files from accidentally being deleted 1. 2. 3. 4. Select a file in the Playback mode. Press the OK/Menu button. Press the Up/Down button to select the Lock mode. Press the Right button for the 4 Lock options submenu to appear: Lock Current, Unlock Current, Lock All, Unlock All 5. 6. 7. Press the Up/Down button to highlight and select the Lock option you desire. Press the OK/Menu button to confirm and save your choice. Press the OK/Menu button to exit and return to the Play menu mode. Note: If you selected either of the Lock options, a Lock icon will now appear on the files you selected. To unlock any or all of the files select the Unlock options at step 4.

Thumbnail

This mode is used to select the size of the matrix view the thumbnails will appear on the LCD when the thumbnail option is selected by pressing the Zoom Out button in the Playback mode
1. Press the Up/Down button to select the Thumbnail mode. 2. Press the Right button for the Thumbnail matrix options submenu to appear

2X2, 3X3, 4X4

Press the Up/Down button to highlight and select the Thumbnail option you desire. Press the OK/Menu button to confirm and save your choice. Press the OK/Menu button to exit and open the Thumbnail screen of the Playback mode with the new matrix setting of either 4, 9 or 16 images per screen view.

Set Logo

You can use this feature to select a photo you like to appear as the startup logo on your camera. Note: This feature will only be active for photo images with resolution lower than 8M and if there is enough battery power, otherwise it will be grayed out.
1. Select a photo 2. Press the OK/Menu button 3. Press the Up/Down button to select the Set Logo mode.
4. Press the Right button for the Set Logo options to appear:
5. Press the Up/Down button to highlight and select the Set Logo option you desire. 6. 7.
Press the OK/Menu button to confirm and save your choice. Press the OK/Menu button to exit and return to the Playback mode.
8. The next time you turn your camera on the photo selected will appear for a second
before the camera is ready for use.

Rotate

You can use this feature to rotate a selected photo on your camera. Note: This feature will only be active for photo images with resolution lower than 5M and if there is enough battery power, otherwise it will be grayed out.
1. Press the Up/Down button to select the Rotate mode. 2. Press the Right button for the Rotate options submenu to appear:

90 , 180 , 270

3. Press the Up/Down button to highlight and select the Rotate option you desire. 4. 5.
6. The selected photo will be rotated clockwise as per the rotate option selected.

Slideshow

You can use this feature to select and play all the media in your memory as a continuous slideshow.
1. Press the Up/Down button to select the Slideshow mode. 2. Press the Right button for the first Slideshow options submenu to appear.

On , SetUp

3. Press the Up/Down button to highlight and select the Slideshow option you desire. 4. If you select On, and press the OK/Menu button the slideshow will begin the run. 5. To enter the Slideshow setup option, select the SetUp choice and press the Right
button to open another submenu: Direction, Interval

Press the Up/Down button to highlight and select the Default option you desire. If you select Yes the camera will reset itself to the original factory setting. Press the OK/Menu button to confirm and save your choice. Press the OK/Menu button to exit.

USB Mode

Select the Mass Storage mode to download, delete, upload files to your PC or use your camera as a removable disk. Select the PC Camera mode to use this camera as a PC Camera.
Press the Up/Down button to select the USB Mode mode. Press the Right button for the USB Mode options to appear: Mass Storage , PC Camera.
Press the Up/Down button to highlight and select the USB Mode option you desire.
Note: The mode you select will appear by default when connecting the camera to the PC. If you desire the other mode once connected to the PC press the OK/Menu button to change.

Firmware Version

Select this mode to view the firmware version number for this camera and the last date that this firmware was updated.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Press the Up/Down button to select the Firmware Version mode. Press the Right button for the USB Mode details to appear. Press the OK/Menu button to revert back to the Setup menu. Press the OK/Menu button to exit.
Install the Vivitar Experience Image Manager Software
Warning: Do not plug your camera into the computer until the software installation is complete. You must be connected to the internet to install and run the Vivitar Experience Image Manager software. 1. Insert the installation CD into your CD-ROM drive. The installation screen should automatically open.
On PC: The Vivitar Experience Image Manager Installer window appears. If the window does not appear, open the applications CD/DVD drive and click on Setup.bat to launch the installer. On Macintosh: Click the icon to install the Vivitar Experience Image Manager. If you do not have internet access at the time of inserting the CD-ROM, connect to the internet and then click the Install Vivitar Experience Image Manager button to begin the installation Note: If you do not have internet access, you can still download media from the camera. Click the How to transfer photos and videos from my camera to my computer button for instructions.
If you have internet access, the Choose your language window opens, choose your language and click Next to open the next window. 6. Select your camera model from the list and click Next to open the next window. 7. Click Next to confirm your camera model selection and to install the application. 8. Please wait while the application is being installed on your computer. 9. Please review the license terms. On PC: Click the I Agree button to continue. On Macintosh: Click the I accept the terms of this license agreement and then click Next to continue. 10. On PC only: Let the Vivitar Experience Image Manager installer create the folder to where the program will be installed, and then click Install. 11. Please wait while the application continues the installation process on your computer. 12. On PC: Click the Close button when the installation is complete. 5. Note: If your camera is also a PC camera, the PC camera driver will be included in

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Use the USB cable that came with your camera to connect your camera to your computer. MSDC will appear on the LCD, indicating that your camera is in Mass Storage Mode. If your camera appears in PC Camera mode, press the OK/MENU button to change it back to Mass Storage mode A window appears with a list of options, select Open folder to view files and click OK. Open the DCIM folder and the folder inside to view the media files. Select the media and copy the files from this folder into your computer. Optionally, select the files and choose Copy from the Edit menu. Then select a folder and choose Paste from the Edit menu.
We recommend that you copy the images into the Pictures/My Pictures folder and the videos into the Videos/My Videos folder. Do not disconnect the cable during transfer. Doing so will cancel the transfer of any files on their way to your computer.
Transfer media from my camera to my computer manually (Using Macintosh)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Use the USB cable that came with your camera to connect your camera to your computer. MSDC will appear on the LCD, indicating that your camera is in Mass Storage Mode. If your camera appears in PC Camera mode, press the OK/MENU button to change it back to Mass Storage mode The cameras device icon appears on the desktop. Click on the device icon and open the DCIM folder and the folder inside to view the media files. Select the files and drag them into your computer. Optionally, select the files and choose Copy from the Finders Edit menu. Then select a folder and choose Paste from the Edit menu. We recommend that you copy the images into the Pictures folder and the videos into the Movies folder. Do not disconnect the cable during transfer. Doing so will cancel the transfer of any files on their way to your computer.
Note: After you connect your camera to your PC, the camera will remain on all the while it is plugged into the USB and it wont be switched off. On disconnecting the USB cable the camera will automatically switch off.
Connect your Digital Camera to a TV
You can plug your camera into a TV and use the TV screen instead of the LCD to capture, view and playback images.
Simply plug the USB/TV-out cable (supplied) to the digital camera`s USB slot and the other end of the cable to the video ports of your TV. The LCD screen will turn blank and the image that appeared on the LCD will now appear on your TV screen. 1. 2. 3. 4. Connect the digital camera to a TV via the TV-out cable (supplied). Turn on the TV and the digital camera, and then set the TV to AV mode. When the digital camera is set to capture or record mode, you can preview the subjects you want to record on the TV screen. When the digital camera is set to Playback mode, you can review all the photos and video clips stored in the camera on the larger TV screen.

Using your device as a PC Camera (on Windows only)
1. 2. 3. Power on the camera. Connect the camera to the PC with the USB cable provided in the package. Press the OK/Menu button to select PC Camera if it is not the default setting.
Note: The first time you connect the camera to the PC with the USB cable provided and change the camera mode to PC Camera, please wait until the PC recognizes the camera`s driver. A message will appear in the system tray when the device is recognized and ready to use.
If you are using Window Vista a screen may appear asking you to verify the source of the software you are installing. Click the verify software option.
You can use this PC cam to video conference using most instant messaging software programs. Chat with friends and family, sending live video feeds straight to them. The camera does not have a built in microphone.

Camera Maintenance

Always keep your camera and accessories in proper working condition.

Camera

Use dry, soft and clean cloth to wipe fingerprints and dust on the lens and LCD. Do not use rough or abrasive cloths that can scratch the surface of the camera. Do not put the camera in direct sunlight or high-temperature environments (such as high temperature tool bag, trolley case and so on). Wait a few minutes before using the camera when you bring the camera from a low temperature environment to a warm environment.

Battery

Energy management The energy status of the power is displayed on LCD as below:
The factors that influence the lifetime of the battery: The frequency of use and time the LCD is active The frequency of use of the flash Quantity of image shooting Temperature (the lifetime of the battery when the camera is used in low temperature environment is shortened).
Note: Do not use Manganese batteries for this camera. Alkaline batteries are recommended. Dont take out the battery when powered on. This will affect the internal settings and functions of the camera. The following situation will affect the lifetime of the battery: LCD screen is on LCD in playback status for a long time.

Please replace with new batteries when the battery level is low. Please take out the batteries if you plan not to use the camera for a long time. Do not insert batteries that show signs of leakage, erosion or are inflated. Note: if you use rechargeable batteries, please fully charge them before using.

Memory card formatting

The format is necessary in the following situations: 1. Unformatted SD card 2. Reformat the card when it does not work in camera properly although it has been formatted before; 3. It is important to format the card first when using it in another camera. Attention: please keep the card in unlock status before using. All data will be deleted and irrecoverable when the card is formatted. Please download all images or backup the data before formatting.

Security

To avoid the danger of electric shock, do not open the camera or fix the camera by yourself. Even though this is a water resistant camera you should not open the battery compartment with wet hands. Dry the camera very well before removing the SD card or changing the batteries. If water enters the battery compartment this will ruin the camera and cause the camera to stop working. Stop using the camera immediately if water enters the battery compartment. Dry the camera well with a clean cloth or towel. Leave the camera to dry in the air before reusing. Before using underwater, be sure to lock the battery door properly following the steps as explained in the Preparing your Camera for Use section, and do not open the battery door underwater.

Sakar Warranty Card

This warranty covers for the original consumer purchaser only and is not transferable. Products that fail to function properly UNDER NORMAL USAGE, due to defects in material or workmanship. Your product will be repaired at no charge for parts or labor for a period of one year. What Is Not Covered By Warranty: Damages or malfunctions not resulting from defects in material or workmanship and damages or malfunctions from other than normal use, including but limited to, repair by unauthorized parties, tampering, modification or accident. What To Do When Service Is Required: When returning your defective product (postage pre-paid) for service, your package should include: 1. Copy of original bill of sale 2. A detailed written description of the problem. 3. Your return address and telephone number (Daytime)

 

Technical specifications

General
Product TypeDigital camera - compact
Width3.6 in
Depth0.7 in
Height2.4 in
Enclosure ColorBlack
Main Features
Resolution5.1 Megapixel
Color SupportColor
Optical Sensor TypeCMOS
Effective Sensor Resolution5,100,000 pixels
Digital Zoom8 x
Shooting ModesFrame movie mode
Image StabilizerElectronic
Exposure ModesProgram, automatic
White BalanceAutomatic
Digital Video FormatAVI
Still Image FormatJPEG
Video CaptureAVI - 640 x 480 AVI - 320 x 240
Memory / Storage
Supported Flash MemoryMultiMediaCard, SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card
Integrated Memory8 MB ( SDRAM )
Image StorageJPEG 2592 x 1944 JPEG 2048 x 1536 JPEG 1920 x 1080 JPEG 640 x 480
Camera Flash
Camera FlashBuilt-in flash
Flash ModesFill-in mode, auto mode, flash OFF mode, red-eye reduction
Red Eye ReductionYes
Lens System
TypeLens - 7.23 mm - f/2.8
Focal Length7.23 mm
Focus AdjustmentFocus free
Lens ApertureF/2.8
Additional Features
Self TimerYes
Self Timer Delay10 sec
Additional FeaturesDirect print, auto power save, date/time stamp, PictBridge support, Anti-Shake DSP, YouTube capture mode
Display
TypeLCD display - TFT active matrix - 1.8" - color
Display Form FactorBuilt-in
Microphone
TypeMicrophone - built-in
Microphone TechnologyElectret condenser
Microphone Operation ModeMono
Connections
Connector Type1 x USB
Expansion Slot(s)1 x SD Memory Card
Software
SoftwareDrivers & Utilities, Vivitar Experience Image Manager
System Requirements for PC Connection
Operating System SupportMS Windows XP SP2 or later, Apple Mac OS X 10.4.6 or later, MS Windows Vista
Peripheral DevicesUSB port, CD-ROM drive
Miscellaneous
Included AccessoriesStrap
Cables IncludedUSB cable
Battery
Supported BatteryAAA
Supported Battery Details3 x AAA
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support1 year warranty
Service & Support DetailsLimited warranty - 1 year
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature32 °F
Max Operating Temperature104 °F
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandVivitar
Part NumberV5022-BLACK
GTIN00681066531730

 

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