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About this Manual

This manual makes using the ViviCam 3765 Camera as easy as possible. Information in this manual has been checked for accuracy; however, the information is subject to change without notice. Copyright (c) Copyright 2004 Vivitar Corporation This document contains proprietary information protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. Trademarks All trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Microsoft and Windows are U.S. registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation.

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Getting Started.. 1 Safety Information... 2 Included Components... 4 Camera Overview... 5 Front View.. 5 Back View.. 7 Bottom View... 10 Inserting a Memory Card.. 11 Installing the Batteries... 13 Selecting a Language.. 15 Setting the Time and Date.. 17 Chapter 2 - Capturing Images... 21 Preparing the Camera... 21 Selecting the Camera Mode.. 22 Framing the Shot.. 22 Zooming and Shooting... 23 Turning off the Camera.. 23 Chapter 3 - Reviewing Your Images.. 24 Switching to Playback Mode.. 24 Full-Screen Review.. 24 Thumbnail Review... 25 Chapter 4 - Connecting to a Computer.. 26 Installing Software... 28 Transferring Images to your Computer.. 31 PC/web Camera mode.. 31
Chapter 5 - Mode / Operation Guide.. 33 (Still-Image) Capture Mode.. 33 Movie Mode... 34 Preset Modes... 35 Landscape... 35 Portrait... 36 Night Scene.. 36 Self-Timer.. 36 Macro.. 37 Playback Mode... 37 Setup Mode... 38 Delete All... 39 Format... 39 Quality... 40 Buzzer.. 41 Date/Time... 41 Memory Type... 42 Language... 43 Video Out... 43 ISO... 44 Welcome Screen... 44 PC/Web Camera Mode.. 45 Chapter 6 - the LCD Display.. 46 LCD Icon Descriptions... 47 Appendix 1 Button Function Guide.. 49 Appendix 2 Troubleshooting Guide.. 50
Chapter 1 Getting Started
This chapter provides an overview of the features of the Vivicam 3675 camera overview and instructions on getting started.

V3765 Features:

3x Optical Zoom, 4x Digital Zoom Autofocus lens with macro function Native resolution of 2048 x 1472 Interpolated resolution up to 2496 x 2016 Color LCD viewfinder screen Optical viewfinder 16 MB Internal memory (14 MB available for image storage) Uses Secure Digital (SD) or MMC memory cards (not included) for memory expansion (up to 256 MB) Movie Clip Recording capability, with audio USB 1.1 interface (Mass-storage class) Automatic exposure with user-defined exposure capability Four-mode integral Flash Automatic White Balance with Preset Modes 10-second Timer mode Full screen or Thumbnail image review
V3765 Digital Camera Users Manual

Safety Information

Do not look at the sun through the viewfinder. Viewing the sun or other strong light source through the viewfinder could cause permanent visual impairment. Do not disassemble the camera. Touching the internal parts could result in injury. In the event of a malfunction take the product to an authorized service center for inspection. Avoid contact with liquid crystal. Should the LCD display break, care should be taken to avoid injury due to broken glass. Prevent the liquid from touching the skin, eyes, or mouth. Observe proper precautions when handling batteries. The camera uses only size AA batteries. Batteries may leak or explode if handled improperly. Remove the batteries from the camera if you are going to store the camera for an extended period of time. Ensure the camera is turned off before inserting or removing batteries. Do not expose batteries to flame or excessive heat. Discontinue use immediately if you notice any changes in the battery such as discoloration, deformation or leakage. Observe caution when operating the flash. Do not use the flash close to anyone's eyes. This can cause temporary damage to eyesight. Particular care should be observed when imaging infants - keep the flash at a distance of at least 1 meter from infants' eyes. WARNING: Handling the USB and Video cables on this product may expose you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash your hands after handling.


This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. 2. This device may not cause harmful interference, and This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B digital devices, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: 1. 2. 3. 4. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
Use of shielded cable is required to comply with Class B limits in Subpart B of Part 15 of the FCC rules. Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the manual. If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment.

Included Components

The V3765 digital camera typically comes equipped with the following components. Check to make sure all items are included.
Note, however, that included accessories and components will vary, as specified by different retailers. Check with your retailer for specifics.
1. User's Manual 2. Soft Carrying Case 3. Two (2) AA Alkaline Batteries 4. Video Cable
5. Quick Reference Guide 6. V3765 Digital Camera 7. Installation CD-ROM 8. USB Cable

Camera Overview

The front, rear, and bottom views of the camera are shown on the following pages. Take a moment to review these illustrations to familiarize your self with the terms used in this manual.

Front View

1. Shutter Button: Press this button to capture images, or to select menu options. 2. Integral Flash: The flash allows the camera to capture images in low light conditions and can 5
V3765 Digital Camera Users Manual also be used in bright conditions to fill unwanted shadows. Self-Timer LED: When the Self-Timer option is selected this LED blinks for ten seconds after the Shutter Button is pressed. At the end of the tensecond countdown the camera captures an image. Light Sensor: Light measurements are made with this sensor. The camera detects the ambient light level and determines whether or not the flash should fire. Be careful not to block this sensor while capturing images. Viewfinder: The viewfinder helps you frame an image. The actual image, however, is captured with the lens and not the viewfinder. For macro shots (close ups) use the LCD display for framing accuracy. Lens: The lens focuses light onto the image sensor. For the optimal image quality, care should be taken to ensure that the lens remains free of dust, fingerprints, and scratches. Microphone: Records audio when you use the camera for capturing movie clips.

Rear View

1. Status LED: This LED will flash orange when the camera is powered-on, or while the camera is processing an image. When the camera is again ready to capture an image or accept user commands, the LED will be solid green. 2. Optical Viewfinder: The optical viewfinder is used to frame your images. The optical viewfinder is essential for conditions of extreme brightness or darkness. The actual image is captured through the lens and not the viewfinder. 7
V3765 Digital Camera Users Manual 3. 4. Power Button: Press this button to turn on the camera. Press it again to turn the camera off. WB/Delete: In capture mode press this button to cycle through White Balance presets. In playback mode use this button to delete images. Strobe / Copy: In capture mode this button sets the flash mode. In playback mode, it copies images from internal camera memory to an SD/MMC Card (if present.) Zoom Out Key: In capture mode, press this key to zoom out. In playback mode if pressed repeatedly it switches between thumbnail and full-screen views. If zooming in on an image during Playback, pressing this key zooms back out again. Zoom In Key: In capture mode, press this key to zoom in on your subject. In Playback mode, use this key to zoom in on an image. Shutter Button: Press this button to capture a digital image. When navigating the camera's options menus, use it to select menu items. Power Jack: Use this plug if using an AC Adapter or an external power source. (Not included) Video Out Jack: Connect the video cable here (and the other end to your television set) to use the camera as a digital video camera or to playback your images on a TV.

9. 10.

Camera Overview 11. USB Port: The USB (Universal Serial Bus) port is used to connect the camera to a computer for transferring images. The USB port also enables PC users to use the camera as a PC/web Camera. Hand Strap Loop: Attach the hand strap to this loop for ease of carrying. Mode Dial: Rotate to select the camera mode: Movie, Preset, Capture, Playback, Setup, or PC/web Camera. Down Button: Used to move down through menus and to cycle to the next during image Playback. Up Button: Used to move up through menus and to cycle to the previous image during image Playback. Display Button: Press to cycle through the various display options: LCD, backlight and status information; LCD and backlight; LCD off; histogram. LCD Display: You may use the LCD display to preview and frame your images. Always use the LCD display for framing macro shots. In conditions of extreme brightness or darkness use the optical viewfinder. While in the Setup menu, use the LCD to view messages and configure the camera.

12. 13.

Bottom View
1. Tripod Socket: Attaches the camera to a common tripod using the popular -20 thread. (Tripod not included.) Use a tripod to hold the camera steady, especially for low light night images. 2. Battery / Memory Card Cover: Opens to allow access to the battery chamber and memory card slot. 3. Memory Card Slot: Holds an optional SD or MMC memory card to store images. For more information on memory cards refer to other sections of this manual including Memory Type 4. Battery Chamber: Requires two AA alkaline batteries. You may also use AA NiMH rechargeable batteries.

Inserting a Memory Card

To insert a memory card: 1. Turn off the camera.
2. Open the battery / memory card compartment by pressing the cover and sliding in the direction of the arrow as shown.
V3765 Digital Camera Users Manual 3. Insert the memory card with circuitry (pins) first. The notched corner of the memory card points towards the camera lens. The manufacturers label on the memory card will face the front (lens side) of the camera.
4. Close the battery / memory card cover.
Note: The maximum usable memory card for the 3765 camera is 256 MB

Installing the Batteries

To install or replace the batteries: 1. Turn off the camera.
2. Open the battery compartment on the bottom of the camera by pressing the cover and sliding in the direction of the arrow as shown.
V3765 Digital Camera Users Manual 3. Insert batteries into the chamber making sure that the positive and negative ends are properly oriented, as indicated by the battery icons in the compartment.
4. Close the battery cover.

Selecting a Language

The 3765 camera can display text and messages in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese and Simplified Chinese. To select a different language: 1. Rotate the Mode Dial to Setup mode.

2. Turn the camera on.

V3765 Digital Camera Users Manual 3. Use the Down button to select Language and. then press the Display button
4. Use the Up and Down buttons language you wish to use.

to select the

5. Press the Display button The Setup Menu returns.

to set the language.

Setting the Time and Date
The time and date are stored with each image you capture. When you transfer an image to a computer the time and date associated with that image will be transferred as well. To set the date display style: 1. Rotate the Mode Dial to Setup.

2. Turn on the camera.

V3765 Digital Camera Users Manual 3. Use the Down button to select Date/Time and. then press the Display button
4. Use the Down button to select Style and then. press the Display button
5. Choose the display style for the date.
Setting the Time and Date 6. When the settings are correct, press the Display to save the changes. button To set the date and time: to select Date/Time and 1. Use the Down button then press the Display button.
to select the Clock option 2. Use the Down button and then press the Display button.
to adjust the / 3. Use the Up and Down buttons hour. Press the Strobe/Copy button to set the hour and then move on to minutes.

Turning off the Camera

When you are finished capturing images, press the power button to turn it off. This conserves battery power.
Chapter 3 - Reviewing Your Images
One benefit of digital cameras is that you can immediately preview the image you just captured.
Switching to Playback Mode
To view the images that you have stored in internal memory or on an SD/MMC Card, rotate the Mode Dial and turn the camera on. to Playback Mode If the LCD display is not turned on, press the Display button. Cycle through the modes by repeatedly pressing the Display button.

Full-Screen Review

The default Playback method is to show each individual image, one at a time, sized to fit the full-screen. Press the to cycle through the Up and Down buttons / images you've captured. Playback Zoom. You can also use the Zoom buttons to see more detail of an image. The default zoom / setting is 1x where you see the entire image in the LCD to increase the zoom ratio display. Press Zoom In from 1x to 8x in.5x increments. Press the Zoom Out button to decrease zoom ratio. Use the Up and to navigate (traverse) a zoomed / Down buttons image.

Thumbnail Review

If you press the Zoom Out button when the zoom ratio is at x1 (default), the camera switches to Thumbnail Review. In Thumbnail Review, up to nine images are shown on the LCD simultaneously. Use the Up and Down buttons / to cycle through the thumbnail pages. To return to Full-Screen Review, select the image you want to view and press either the Shutter button or the Zoom Out button. The selected image will then expand to fill the entire LCD display.
Chapter 4 - Connecting to a Computer
The 3765 camera stores images as digital data rather than on film. Instead of making a trip to a developer and printing from negatives, you can copy your images to a computer for storage. Once transferred, your images can be viewed, edited, printed, sent via e-mail, placed on a web page, added to a report, uploaded to a photo-processor, or saved to any removable media device (such as floppy disk or CD-ROM) for delivery to a photo finisher. After successfully transferring images to your computer, images stored on the memory card or in the camera's internal memory may be deleted to make room for new images. This chapter explains how to connect your digital camera to a computer to download images to a PC or to use as a PC Camera. Do not connect the camera to your computer before installing the software. This may cause installation problems. It is best to install the software from the CD-ROM prior to connecting the camera to your computer. The 3765 interfaces to your computer in either of two modes: 1) A mass storage device (a removable disk) 2) A PC (web) camera (PC users only) This section explains how to connect your camera in either of these two modes. As a mass storage device you will be able
Switching to Playback Mode to access and view your images (photos), whereas the PC camera mode is for live video. Which mode do you use? If you are interested in retrieving your digital images (images) from your camera you will need to use the mass-storage mode. If you wish to use your digital camera as a video camera where live (real-time) video is displayed on your computer use the PC camera mode.

Mass Storage Device. MSD is a name given to a USB product (like a digital camera) that works with your computer as if it was a removable disk. In essence the computer sees your camera as if it were a floppy disk or a CD ROM. The concept is simple. Think of the memory inside your camera as if it were a floppy disk (or a Zip disk, or a CD ROM). Think of the camera as a reader. When you connect an MSD device to a computer it will appear as a new drive. Go to My Computer and observe the various drives. For example: 3-1/2 floppy drive (A:) Local disk (C:) CD ROM (D:) Removable disk (E:) This is the Camera Memory
PC Camera. The 3765 allows you to view live video from your camera on your computer using optional (third-party) video software. This mode is supported on Windows PCs only. 27

Installing Software

Follow these instructions to install the camera drivers and software on your system. Follow these instructions to install the camera drivers and software on your system. Make sure to install the drivers before connecting the camera to your computer.
Operating System Windows 98, 98SE Windows Me, 2000, XP Mac OSX Desktop/LX (Linux) MSD Driver required No Driver required No Driver required No Driver required PC Camera Driver required Driver required Feature not supported Feature not supported
Note that Windows Me, 2000, and XP users do not need drivers to operate the camera in MSD mode, whereas drivers are required for PC Camera operation. Note: Have your Windows CD-ROM ready beforehand, as you may be prompted to insert it during the installation process.
Installing Software Step 1: Utility Installation 1. Insert the V3765 CD into your CD-ROM drive. Don't connect the camera to the PC at this time. 2. The installation program should start automatically. If not, double click the My Computer icon on your desktop, open the CD-ROM drive, and then run the 'setup.exe' found on the installation CD-ROM. 3. Follow the on-screen instructions. All the necessary software is installed automatically. The utility program that allow the camera to 'talk' to the computer via the USB cable are also installed. Step 2: MSD / PC Camera Driver Installation 1. To install the necessary drivers for Mass Storage Device (MSD) mode (for Windows 98 users) and PC Camera mode (all Windows users), first set the correct operational mode for that function. For example, set the Mode Dial to PC Camera mode to install those drivers, and to any other mode to install Mass Storage Device drivers. 2. Connect the small connector of the USB cable to the camera, as shown:

3. Connect the large end of the USB cable to an open USB slot on your computer. To locate USB slots on your computer, look for the USB icon.
4. The Windows Add Hardware Wizard will automatically detect the camera and lead you through the installation procedures for each camera mode. 5. You will need to do this once for each mode (PC/web Camera and MSD mode.) NOTE: You should reboot your computer before using camera and software for the first time. Remember to connect your camera to the PC with the USB cable before downloading images. 30
Copying Images to your Computer
When connected to your computer in MSD mode, the digital camera behaves exactly like any another disk drive attached to your computer. This makes copying the images to your hard drive as easy as copying files from a floppy disk, zip drive or CD-ROM. To copy images to your computer: 1. Connect the digital camera to the computer with the USB cable. 2. Turn on the camera. 3. Open Windows Explorer. The contents of your computer will be displayed, including all your disk drives, and, if the camera is connected properly, an extra disk drive representing the camera's memory called "Removable Disk." 4. Select the digital camera drive. The camera's images are listed. Select the images and drag and drop them onto your computer's hard disk.

PC/Web Camera Mode

Windows PC users can use the 3765 as a PC/Web Camera, you must put the camera in PC Camera mode and then connect it to your PC via the USB port. When connected, the camera may be used in conjunction with any commercially available video 31
V3765 Digital Camera Users Manual capture software to create your own home videos. Windows XP users can use Windows Movie Maker. PC Camera mode can also be used with real-time video conferencing software such as Microsoft NetMeeting. NOTE: To use your camera as a PC/web Camera you must set the camera to PC Camera mode. To use the camera in MSD mode, you can use any of the modes other than PC Camera mode. CAUTION: Do not disconnect the USB cable when the digital camera is functioning as a PC Camera (i.e. when an application window shows live camera video, or when the application is recording video). Unexpected problems could result.
Chapter 5 - Mode / Operation Guide
The 3765 camera has six operational modes. Select a mode by rotating the Mode Dial to the desired position. This chapter describes each mode and associated button functions.

Capture Mode

Capture mode is the most commonly used mode, offering the most automatic operation. The basic principles of photography apply to this mode. Capture mode button functions: Up Button: Increases the exposure value (eV), overriding the automatic exposure determination, effectively brightening the image. Down Button: Decreases the exposure value, (eV), overriding the automatic exposure determination, effectively darkening the image. Display Button: Cycles through the following LCD display settings: LCD with complete status information, include histogram, LCD without status information or histogram, LCD off. Strobe / Copy: Specifies the strobe (flash) mode. Pressing the Strobe key cycles through the settings: Automatic, On (Fill), Auto with Red-Eye Reduction, Off.

V3765 Digital Camera Users Manual WB / Delete: Specifies the White Balance setting. Pressing the WB key cycles through the following settings: Automatic, Day Light, Shade, Tungsten (incandescent), and Fluorescent Light. Zoom Out: Widens the field framed by the camera's lens from 3x to 1x. Zoom In: Narrows the field framed by the camera's lens optically from 1x to 3x in eight steps. After reaching the extent of the optical zoom you may also zoom digitally from 1x to 4x in steps of 0.2.

Movie Mode

Movie mode allows you record movie-clips (including audio). To record a video clip: 1. Turn the Mode Dial to the Movie mode. 2. When the LCD screen comes on, frame your shot. 3. Press the Shutter Button to begin recording. Press the Shutter Button a second time to stop recording. Note that the camera will stop recording when memory is full. You may zoom in and out digitally when recording videos but you cannot zoom optically. While capturing video you may use zoom as follows: Digital zoom: You may change the digital zoom from 1x to 2x in steps of 0.2 while recording. 34
Preset Mode Optical zoom: You may set the optical zoom from 1x to 3x prior to recording. Note that you must set the optical zoom before recording. Once you begin recording the optical zoom cannot be changed. / while recording a Pressing the Up and Down buttons video increases and decreases the lens' exposure value, which brightens or darkens the video.

Preset Mode

The Preset Mode has five pre-defined settings optimized for capturing specific types of scenes: Landscape, Portrait, Night Scene, Self-Timer, and Macro. Select the Preset appropriate to the scene you wish to capture using the Up / buttons. Press the Shutter button to make and Down a selection. Each of the five Preset-types are described in the following sections.


The landscape preset is optimized for capturing landscape images where the desired object is far away. The lens will be adjusted for appropriate focus within the frame.


The portrait preset is optimized for capturing "head shots" of people, focusing more on the center of the frame than on the peripheral areas.

Night Scene

The night scene preset is optimized for capturing images at night, opening the lens aperture wider and longer to gather as much ambient light as possible. You should hold the camera perfectly still when capturing night shot or place it on a stable surface or tripod to minimize blurring resulting from the longer exposure.


Using the self-timer preset the camera captures an image after a ten second delay. This gives you the ability to capture hands-free images, such as self-portraits or group images. To Capture a Group Image 1. Position the camera on a stable surface or on a tripod and frame the shot. 2. Rotate the Mode Dial to Preset mode 36
Playback Mode 3. Use the Up and Down buttons to select the SelfTimer Preset. 4. Press the Shutter Button. The 10-second delay begins immediately. After ten-seconds the camera captures the image. With the exception of the Shutter button, all of the camera's other buttons behave the same as they do in the other Preset modes.
The macro preset optimizes the camera for capturing close up shots of objects at a distance of 12 inches (30cm) or less from the camera. Close up images captured using the Macro preset will have sharper focus than close up images captured using other presets or Capture mode.

Playback Mode

Playback mode is used to view images stored in memory (either internal memory or on an SD memory card.) To view the images, rotate the Mode dial to the Playback button to turn it on.) position. (Press the Display Playback mode button functions: Up Button: Move to the previous image. Down Button: Move to the next image. 37
V3765 Digital Camera Users Manual Display Button: Toggles the image information on/off. Strobe / Copy: Copies the selected image from onboard memory to the memory card or vice versa. WB / Delete: Deletes selected image. Zoom Out: In Playback mode, the Zoom Out button switches the display to Thumbnail mode. Zoom In: In Playback mode the Zoom In button magnifies the displayed image from 1x to 8x in steps of 0.5. Use the Up, Down, WB, and Strobe buttons to traverse a zoomed image.

Setup Mode

Setup Mode is used to configure the camera. To open the Setup menu, rotate the Mode dial to the Setup position. The Setup menu is displayed on the LCD as follows:

Delete All

To delete images from either the camera's internal memory or from an SD/MMC Card, select Delete All from the Setup menu.


The format option completely erases and reformats memory. Although Format requires longer than Delete, be sure to format your storage device occasionally to ensure the card continues to function optimally.


You can specify the resolution and quality of the images you capture in the Setup menu.

There are six resolution/quality combinations available:
Megapixel Count 5.0 MP 3.0 MP 3.0 MP 2.8 MP 2.8 MP 0.7 MP Resolution (Horiz. x Vertical) 2496 x x x x x x 736 Quality Normal Fine Normal Fine Normal Fine
The higher the resolution and quality, the sharper your images will be, but at the same time the image file size will be larger. Therefore you will be able to store fewer images in memory. 2048 x 1472 is the native resolution of the 3765. An interpolation method is employed to achieve the maximum effective resolution of 5.0M (2496 x 2016). 40


When the buzzer (beeper) is turned on, the camera generates a beep whenever you press a buttons or rotate the Mode dial.
To enable beep tones, select the Buzzer option from the menu. On the subsequent screen, select Yes to confirm. and then press the Display button


The 3765 camera marks each image with a time stamp displaying the hour, minute and day the image was captured. This is useful for organizing and keeping track of your image collection. For more on setting the time and date see page 17.

Memory Type

You can specify whether you want to store images in the on-board (internal) memory or on an SD/MMC Card.
To specify the memory to be used:. 1. Rotate the Mode Dial to Setup 2. Turn on the camera. 3. Use the Down button to select Memory Type and then press the Display button.
4. Use the Up and Down / buttons to select either Internal, to use the camera's on-board memory, or Memory Card, to use an SD/MMC Card. 42
Setup Mode 5. Press the Display button to confirm your selection and return to the main Setup screen.


The 3765 can display menu items in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese and Simplified Chinese. For more on setting the language, see page 15.

Video Out

When connecting your camera to a TV you may specify the video standard used by your TV. This enables you to view images on a TV or record images on a VCR.
Select the Video Out option. Choose either NTSC or PAL, according to your hardware and region. Press the Display button to confirm your choice.

You may specify the cameras ISO light sensitivity. Two ISOs are available: ISO 100: For shooting in bright sunlight ISO 200: For general use in most situations


You can choose to display the welcome screen when the camera is turned on.
PC Camera Mode To turn the welcome screen on or off, scroll down to the , select Yes Opening option, press the Display button to confirm. or No, and press

PC Camera Mode

The 3765 camera can be used with most commercially available video software as a video camera. Simply connect it to your PC with the supplied USB cable, turn the Mode dial to PC Camera and then it turn on. For more information regarding this mode, see Section 4.
Chapter 6 - the LCD Display
The icons on the LCD display indicate the status of camera settings and functions such as quality, zoom ratio, and number of images. This chapter describes the LCD display icons and their meanings. White Balance Mode Memory Type
Preset Mode Flash Mode Zoom Ratio Shutter Speed F-Stop

Remaining Images Quality

Histogram Date/ Time Battery Status EV

LCD Icon Descriptions

Icon (None) Name Description Auto Flash The camera determines whether the flash is needed by detecting the amount of ambient light. Flash Off Flash is turned off, regardless of the amount of light available.
Red-Eye Use the Red-Eye Reduction function to reduce the occurrence Reduction of "red-eye" (eyes appear red in the images due to flash reflection off the eyes retinas.) This function causes the camera to pre-flash quickly before the image is captured to reduce red-eye. The use of flash is automatically determined by the camera. Flash On Capture Mode Flash is always on, regardless of light available. Indicates the camera is in Capture mode (the most common mode for capturing images.)
Self-Timer Indicates the camera is using the Self-Timer preset. Pressing the Shutter button will initiate the 10-second countdown timer before capturing a image. Playback Mode Zoom Indicates the camera is in Playback mode. This mode is used to view images stored in internal or card memory. Indicates the level of zoom currently applied. In Video Mode, optical zoom must be adjusted before recording; digital zoom can be adjusted during from 1x to 2x. In Capture Mode, optical zoom ranges from 1x to 3x and digital zoom from 1x to 4x. In Playback Mode zoom can be adjusted from 1x to 8x. Indicates the level of battery power remaining.

Battery Indicator

White Balance (None) Auto WB Daylight Shade Tungsten Fluorescent Indicates the current White Balance setting. The default setting is Automatic The camera automatically determines the White Balance setting. Use this setting when capturing images in bright daylight, to reduce the effect of "whitewashed" images. Use this setting when capturing images in shade, or any time your images come out too dark. Use this setting for capturing images under tungsten or incandescent light. Use this setting for capturing images under fluorescent light.

Histogram This graphically shows the distribution of brightness in an image. This information can be used to judge the exposure quality.
Appendix 1 Button Function Guide

Mode Shutter

Single Capture


LCD + Light LCD Off

Strobe/ Copy

Auto On Off Red-Eye Reduction Auto On Off Red-Eye Reduction Copy image to / from Internal / External N/A

WB/ Delete

Auto Day light Shade Tungsten Fluorescent Auto Day light Shade Tungsten Fluorescent Delete

Zoom Out

Zoom In


Select Landscap e, Portrait, Night Scent, Self-Timer or Macro
Select Landscape, Portrait, Night Scent, Self-Timer or Macro

Select Image

Page Up

Page Down

Start / Stop Recording EV+ EV-
Auto Day light Shade Tungsten Fluorescent N/A

PC Camera

Execute Function Select Select N/A N/A N/A Select Select
Setup N/A = Not Available
Appendix 2 Troubleshooting Guide
Problem Possible cause Solution
Press the power button to turn the camera ON. Replace the batteries with fresh ones. Refer to Inserting Batteries. The camera The camera is has no power. turned off. The batteries are discharged.
The batteries are Check the battery orientation. Refer to Inserting the inserted incorrectly. Batteries. The camera wont capture an image. If the light is flashing, wait until it is a steady green Ensure the green before capturing a image. The camera may be Camera-Ready LED indicator is on waiting for the flash to charge. (not flashing.) Is the camera connected to a computer? The flash doesnt work. Is the flash on? The batteries may be weak. The cameras buttons are not functional when connected to a PC. Disconnect the camera to restore control to the camera buttons. Ensure the flash is set to auto or on. Refer to Setting the Flash. If the batteries are too weak, the flash will be unable to recharge. Turn the camera off and wait a few seconds before turning it back on. If this doesnt work, replace the batteries.

The images are blurry.

Hold the camera steady or put it on a tripod to The camera or subject was moving capture images. when the shot was captured. The camera was connected to PC computer before installing USB driver software. Connect the camera to the computer with the USB cable. Select [My computer] > [Control panel] > [System] > [Device manager]. From [other devices] delete [Composite USB device] or [unknown device]. Disconnect the camera from the computer, install the software, and then reconnect the camera.

The computer does not recognize the camera. (Windows 98)
When using Windows ME or 2000 I get a message: "Unsafe Removal Device Detected" whenever the USB cable is unplugged from the PC When removing USB devices, it is recommended that users follow the "Safe Removal of USB Device" procedure. Procedure: A. Right-click the Unplug or Eject hardware icon at the bottom-right of your computer screen. B. Left-click the Unplug or Eject hardware text box to open the 'Unplug or Eject Hardware' screen. C. From the 'Unplug or Eject Hardware' screen, select the device to be disconnected and then click the Stop button to bring up the 'Stop a Hardware device' confirmation screen. D. From the 'Stop a Hardware device' confirmation screen select the device to be stopped and click OK to bring up the 'Safe To Remove Hardware' confirmation. E. Disconnect the Digital Camera from your PC. Please check to make sure your hard drive's DMA setting is enabled, as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. From the Windows Start menu, select Settings, then Control Panel. In the Control Panel double-click System, then click the Device Manager tab. Select your hard drive from the list, then click Properties. Click the Settings tab. Make sure the box marked DMA is checked. If not, check the box to ensure that your hard drive will protect image attributes during capture.
Images lose formatting data during image capture in "PC Camera" mode.
If your hard disk's DMA setting is turned off images may lose formatting data during image capture. (Windows 98 and ME only.)


The New York Auto Show 2005
Photos by: Sondjata Olatunji
Went to the Car Show t his year. Decided to take some pictures of things that caught my eye and those I had the patience to deal with crowds. The Maseratti section has to be the most highly trafced area of the Auto Show. Second or possibly rivaling Maseratti is VW. Last year they had a Kiosk that made a fake drivers license for you. I presume they did it again. I did not take pictures or stand in line.this time.
Gotta Love the Chevy PT Cruiser. I mean. well.I dont know but it denitely screams PT to me.
The original. For comparison purposes. Not that I like either one. I was just struck by the obvious similarities
The Chrysler Crossre is a car that, if I were back in the market for a new car to replace my current covertible would make me consider an American car. This is basically A SLK in Dodge skin. It has a unique shape and well designed headlights. The tail is a little odd shaped though
Speaking of the SLK. Daimler-Benz has released a new version of the vehicle. It is said they redesigned it to attract more male buyers. I never thought the previous version was girly but hey, who am I? Note the nose that is reminiscient of the supercar.

Speaking of supercars

Zoom Zoom Zoom!
The Miata is dead!! Long live the MX5!! Mazda USA has decided to nix the Miata name and call the little roadster a more manly MX5. I guess in some parallel universe its called the 525.
If y ou are from yard! you know Land Rover: also known as jeep. A must have if you live in the Blule Mountains. No cars. While I despise SUVs I have to acknowledge my facination with the jeep. I even devoted many a day in my summers in Jamaica to playing jeep. Yet what was on the hook was Land Rover.
As we move onto the Saturn booth, I must take a computer break. You are NOT a Mac die hard if you cant spot the Mac. Yes folks Saturn was using Imac G5s for thier display. I just needed to point that out.

The Sky Is Falling!

Saturn is branching out from its original ideas and is going upmarket. This is the Sky and it too is something that would make me consider an American car. The full picture I took came out blurry, but take my word for it THIS is a nice car. And for folks wondering, it has a 4 cylinder. Saturn! Listen up! Put a six in there STAT!!
The Saab 900, now 93, was one of the rst cars that I got to drive. I was in Michigan and a friend of mine had a white 900 turbo. Manual Transmission of course. When I saw the ignition between the seats I said to self: cooooool. Never got to drive the car but it stuck with me. Of course now Saabs are losing their trademark shape but the cabriolet is still a ne piece of machinery.
This is the new Jaguar Advanced Lightweight Coupe. Which is really an Aston Martin with a cat on it. Still looks nice to me.
Ford Mustang. Not my favorite car but I think this is a decent design


We now come to the main event. The primary reason I went to the car show was to see the new 3 series. I was already relieved that it did not recieve the 7 treatment. ( as if I was in the market for one.) Rather it got the 5 treatment which in my opinion is a good thing. A lot of people are hating on the 5 series. I think its a piece of art.

The M5

This is design folks.

The Z4

The M3
One of the interesting thing about this shot is the brakes. On many High end import vehicles the brakes use 4 piston calipers. Here on the 330ci there is a relatively simple set up. BMW engineers stated that the issue with braking is nor clamping force but rather tire grip and control. Thus they eschew the use of many pistons in the calipers.
This is one of the original 3 series racing cars.
Thats all folks. Some parting shots of my car.
All pictures taken with a Vivitar Vivicam 3765. All pictures taken at 3MP and not color corrected in any way. The full spread photos of the M5, Jaguar Advanced Coupe and Mustang are composite photos.



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