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Casio EX-Z60Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z60 6 MP Digital Camera (Black)

Casio - 6 megapixel - MultiMediaCard - Standard SD - 3 x optical zoom - ISO 400 - Built-in Flash - 4.2 ounce

The compact EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z60 is ideal for anyone who wants hassle-free pictures and to have a lot of fun. Thanks to Anti Shake DSP the risk of blurred photos caused by shaking hands or moving subjects is reduced. With high-resolution 6.0 megapixels, long-lasting lithium-ion battery, 3x optical zoom, and the brilliant 2.5-inch TFT color display you can take great pictures in any situation.

 

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Comments to date: 6. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
matskp 4:56am on Monday, November 1st, 2010 
A) no pic auto rotate feature! What gives here? How come Kodak has it, but not Casio? compact size, price, SD compatibility Menu is Anti-user, Grainy photos, battery charger is separate unit, not integrated.
Mp817 2:30pm on Saturday, August 28th, 2010 
Great compact camera! From any point of view. The lens does a good job and keep distortion within acceptable limits.
nassenoff 3:48am on Sunday, August 8th, 2010 
A Great Quality Camera! The Casio Exilim EX-Z60BK 6MP Digital Camera is an excellent buy for the amount of money you can buy it for now. On Amazon.
lucadp 3:28pm on Friday, July 16th, 2010 
I think the pleasure of a photographer has nothing to do with the size of the tool. What he wants is. Overall, good camera. Images either come out ...  Light, small, attractive Grainy LCD, occasional color distortion.
gordonhysen 3:31pm on Sunday, June 27th, 2010 
A nicely designed, elegant "gadget camera". It is thin and small and sleek and provide high pixelage. Great for quick snapshots and a bit beyond.
Kachoudas 10:40pm on Tuesday, May 25th, 2010 
I bought the Casio Ex-Z60 to have a camera that fits in my pocket so I could have a camera with me at all times.

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Playing a Movie Editing a Movie Capturing a Still Image from a Movie (MOTION PRINT) 146
Displaying the 9-image View.. 147 Displaying the Calendar Screen.. 148 Playing a Slideshow.. 149
Using the Photo Stand Feature (EX-Z60DX) 152
Rotating the Display Image.. 153 Adding Audio to a Snapshot. 154

To re-record audio 155

Playing Back a Voice Recording File.. 156 Displaying Camera Images on a TV Screen. 157
Selecting the Video Output System 160

PLAYBACK

Playing an Audio Snapshot 133
Basic Playback Operation.. 132 Zooming the Display Image.. 134 Resizing an Image... 135 Cropping an Image... 136 Keystone Correction.. 138 Using Color Restoration to Correct the Color of an Old Photograph. 139

DELETING FILES

Deleting a Single File.. 161 Deleting All Files.. 162

FILE MANAGEMENT

Memory Folders and Files To protect a single file To protect all files in memory To To To To copy a file to the FAVORITE folder display a file in the FAVORITE folder delete a file from the FAVORITE folder delete all files from the FAVORITE folder 168

Using World Time... 174

To display the World Time screen To configure World Time settings 174 174
Folders... 163 Protecting Files... 164
Editing the Date and Time of an Image. 175 Changing the Display Language.. 176 Changing the USB Port Protocol.. 177 Configuring [ ] (REC) and [ ] (PLAY) Power On/Off Functions.. 178 Formatting Built-in Memory.. 179
Using the FAVORITE Folder. 165

OTHER SETTINGS

To configure sound settings To set the confirmation tone volume level To set the audio volume level for movie and audio snapshot playback 170

USING A MEMORY CARD

To insert a memory card into the camera To replace the memory card Formatting a Memory Card To copy all the files in built-in memory to a memory card To copy a specific file from a memory card to built-in memory 183
Using a Memory Card... 181
Configuring Sound Settings.. 169

Copying Files... 184

185 186
Specifying an Image for the Startup Screen. 170 Specifying the File Name Serial Number Generation Method.. 171 Setting the Clock.. 172

I Power Supply

Use only the special NP-20 rechargeable lithium ion battery to power this camera. Use of any other type of battery is not supported. This camera does not have a separate battery for the clock. The date and time will reset whenever the camera is not supplied power by the battery and/or the USB cradle (EX-Z60DX) for about 30 hours. Be sure to reconfigure these settings after power is interrupted (page 172). Never remove the battery from the camera while the camera is turned on. Doing so can damage the camera. If you mistakenly remove the battery, immediately reinsert it into the camera and press the power button to turn power back on.

I Lens

Never apply too much force when cleaning the surface of the lens. Doing so can scratch the lens surface and cause malfunction. You may sometimes notice some distortion in certain types of images, such as a slight bend in lines that should be straight. This is due to the characteristics of lens, and does not indicate malfunction of the camera.

I Caring for your camera

Fingerprints, dust, or any other soiling of the lens can interfere with proper image recording. Never touch the lens with your fingers. You can remove dust particles from the lens surface by using a lens blower to blow them off. Next, wipe the surface of the lens with a soft lens cloth. Fingerprints, dirt, and other foreign matter on the flash can interfere with proper operation of the camera. Avoid touching the flash. If the flash becomes dirty, wipe it clean with a soft, dry cloth. If the exterior of the camera needs cleaning, wipe it with a soft, dry cloth.

I Other

The camera may become slightly warm during use. This does not indicate malfunction.
First, charge the battery!
I EX-Z60 (Bundled with Charger Unit)
1. Charge the rechargeable litium
ion battery (NP-20) that comes with the camera (page 35).
It takes about 90 minutes to achieve a full charge.
2. Load the battery into the camera

1 (page 38). 1

Stopper
2 [CHARGE] lamp lights red
during charging. [CHARGE] lamp goes out when charging is complete.
I EX-Z60DX (Bundled with USB cradle)
1. Load the battery into the camera

(page 38). 1

2. Place the camera onto the USB cradle to charge the

Note that the current date and time settings are used by the camera to generate the date and time that are stored along with image data, etc. IMPORTANT! Recording images without configuring the clock settings causes incorrect time information to be registered. Be sure to configure the clock settings before using the camera.
A built-in backup battery retains the date and time settings of the camera for about 30 hours if the camera is not supplied with power. Date and time settings will be cleared when the backup battery goes dead. The following are the conditions when power is not being supplied to the camera. When the rechargeable battery is dead or removed from the camera When power is not being supplied to the camera from the USB cradle while the rechargeable battery is dead or removed from the camera (EXZ60DX) The date and time setting screen will appear on the monitor screen the next time you turn on the camera after the date and time settings have been cleared. If this happens, reconfigure the date and time settings. If you make a mistake when setting the language or clock with the following procedure, you will need to use the cameras menu to individually change the language (page 176) or clock (page 172) settings. The time and date setting is used by the Time Stamp feature and the DPOF date stamp (pages 130, 188).

3. Use [], [], [], and

[] to select the geographical area where you live, and then press [SET].
1. Press the power button, [
] (REC) or ] (PLAY) to turn on the camera.

2. Use [], [], [], and

[] to select the language you want, and then press [SET].
: Japanese English Deutsch Espaol Italiano : English : German : Spanish : Italian : Chinese (Complex) : Chinese (Simplified) : Korean Franais : French
select the name of the city where you live, and then press [SET].
5. Use [] and [] to select the summer time
(DST) setting you want, and then press [SET].
When you want to do this: Keep time using summer time (Daylight Saving Time) Keep time using standard time Select this setting: On Off

Portugus : Portuguese

6. Use [] and [] to
select the date format setting you want, and then press [SET].

7. Set the current date

and the time.
Example: December 24, 2006
To display the date like this: 06/12/24 24/12/06 12/24/06 Select this format: YY/MM/DD DD/MM/YY MM/DD/YY

1. In the REC mode, press [MENU]. 2. Use [] and [] to select the Quality tab. 3. Use [] and [] to select Flash Assist, and
IMPORTANT! Flash intensity may not change if the subject is too far or too close to the camera.
To do this: Turn on flash assist Turn off flash assist Select this setting: Auto Off

I Flash Precautions

Take care that your fingers do not block the flash when you hold the camera. Covering the flash with your finger can greatly reduce its effectiveness.
IMPORTANT! Flash assist may not produce the desired result for some types of subjects. Flash assist may have little effect on your image if you changed any of the following settings when you recorded it. Flash intensity (page 74) Exposure compensation (EV shift) (page 90) ISO sensitivity (page 125) Contrast (page 129) Using flash assist can cause an increase of digital noise in recorded images. You may not be able to achieve the desired results using the flash if the subject is too close or too far away. The flash takes anywhere from a few seconds to as long as 7 seconds to attain full charge after being fired. The actual time required depends on the battery level, temperature, and other conditions. The flash unit may not be able to charge when camera battery power is low. If this happens, the flash will not fire properly and you will not be able to obtain the desired exposure. Be sure to charge the cameras battery as soon as possible when power goes low.
BASIC IMAGE RECORDING When the flash is turned off ( ), mount the camera on a tripod to record images in an area where available lighting is dim. Recording images under dim lighting without the flash can cause digital noise, which makes images appear coarse. When red-eye reduction ( ) is selected, flash intensity is adjusted automatically in accordance with the exposure. The flash may not fire at all when the subject is brightly lit. Using flash in combination with another light source (daylight, fluorescent light, etc.) can result in abnormal image colors.

Using the Self-timer

The self-timer lets you select either a 2-second or 10second delay of the shutter release after you press the shutter button. A Triple Self-timer feature lets you perform three consecutive self-timer operations to record three images.
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU]. 2. Use [] and [] to select the REC tab. 3. Use [] and [] to select Self-timer, and
4. Use [] and [] to select the self-timer type
you want to use, and then press [SET].
Selecting Off in step 4 disables the self-timer.
To do this: Specify a 10-second self-timer Specify a 2-second self-timer Specify Triple Self-timer Disable the self-timer Select this setting:

This displays a cropping boundary on the monitor screen. If you do not want to crop the image, select Cancel to store the image.
6. Use the zoom button to make the cropping
boundary larger or smaller.
OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS IMPORTANT! Digital zoom is disabled while recording an old photograph. However, you can use optical zoom. The camera will not be able to recognize an old photograph in the following cases. When part of the photograph extends outside of the monitor screen When the old photograph is the same color as the background it is placed upon The maximum size when recording an old photograph is pixels, even if the camera is configured for a larger image size. When the camera is configured to record images smaller than pixels, images will be in accordance with the currently specified image size. Under certain conditions, restored colors may not produce the desired results.

Recording a Movie

You can record movies with audio. Movie length is limited only by the amount of memory available for storage. You can select a resolution setting to suit your needs. File Format: Motion JPEG AVI format Maximum Movie Length The length of a movie is limited only by the amount of memory available to store it. Approximate Movie File Size (1-minute movie): 72.8MB (Quality Setting: HQ) 43.6MB (Quality Setting: Normal) 17.5MB (Quality Setting: LP)
Specifying Movie Image Quality
The image quality setting determines how much the camera compresses movie images before storing them. Image quality is expressed as image size in pixels. A pixel is one of the many tiny dots that make up an image. More pixels (a larger image size) provide finer detail and higher image quality when a movie is played back. Before recording a movie, select the image quality setting that suits your needs.
Setting Higher Quality HQ (pixels) Normal (pixels) Lower Quality LP (pixels)
Approximate Data Rate 10.2 megabits per second 6.1 megabits per second 2.45 megabits per second
Frame Rate 30 frames/ second 30 frames/ second 15 frames/ second
then press []. Quality , and
Movie recording continues as long as remaining memory capacity allows. Pan Focus (page 87) is selected automatically as the focus mode in the Movie Mode regardless of the Mode Memory Focus setting (page 123) and the snapshot focus mode setting. You can switch to another focus mode before you start recording, but remember that you cannot select the Auto Focus mode for movie recording.
1. In the REC mode, press [BS] (BEST SHOT). 2. Use [] and [] to select the
scene, and then press [SET].
Selecting the (movie) scene causes appear on the monitor screen. to

(movie)

1. In the REC mode, press [MENU]. 2. Select the Set Up tab, select Timestamp,
Example: December 24, 2006, 1:25 p.m.
To include this date stamp information: Recording date (2006/12/24) Recording date and time (2006/12/24 1:25pm) Nothing Select this setting: Date Date&Time Off

Resetting the Camera

Use the following procedure to reset all of the cameras settings to their initial defaults as shown under Menu Reference on page 235.
1. Press [MENU]. 2. Select the Set Up tab, select Reset, and
3. Use [] and [] to select Reset, and then
To cancel the procedure without resetting, select Cancel and press [SET]. IMPORTANT! The following are not initialized when you reset the camera (page 236). Home Time setup World Time setup Time setting Date Style Language Video Out
2. Use [] (forward) or [] (back) to scroll
through files on the monitor screen.
You can use the cameras built-in monitor screen to view images after you record them.

Basic Playback Operation

Use the following procedure to scroll through files stored in the cameras memory. NOTE
] (PLAY) to turn on the camera.
This enters the PLAY mode and causes an image or a message to appear on the monitor screen.
[ PLAY mode file type Folder name/ File name ]
Holding down [] or [] scrolls images at high speed. In order to allow for faster playback image scrolling, the image that initially appears on the monitor screen is a preview image, which is of somewhat lower quality than the actual display image. The actual display image appears a short while after the preview image. This does not apply to images copied from another digital camera.

Image quality Image size

Date and time
Playing an Audio Snapshot
Perform the steps below to display an audio snapshot ) and play its audio. (indicated by
IMPORTANT! Audio volume can be adjusted only when playback is being performed or is paused.
1. In the PLAY mode, use [] and [] until the
image you want is displayed.

2. Press [SET].

This plays back the audio that accompanies the displayed image. You can perform the following operations while audio is playing.
To do this: Fast forward or fast reverse the audio Pause and unpause audio playback Adjust audio volume Changing display contents Cancel playback Do this: Hold down [] or []. Press [SET]. Press [] and then use [] and []. Press [] (DISP). Press [MENU].
Zooming the Display Image
Perform the following procedure to zoom the image currently on the monitor screen up to eight times its normal size.
3. Use [], [], [], and [] to shift the image
up, down, left, or right.
4. Press [MENU] to return the image to its

original size.

IMPORTANT! Depending on the original size of the recorded image, you may not be able to zoom a display image the full eight times normal size.

Press [] or [].

Press [SET]. Press [SET]. Press [] or []. Press [MENU]. Press [] and then use [] and []. Press [] (DISP). Press the zoom button ( ). Use [], [], [], [].

1. In the PLAY mode,

use [] and [] to scroll through movies on the monitor screen and display the one you want.
Elapsed recording time Movie icon

Image quality

This starts playback of the movie. You can perform the following operations while a movie is playing.
Scroll a zoomed movie image on the monitor screen
PLAYBACK IMPORTANT! You can adjust the volume level of movie audio during movie playback only. You can zoom a movie up to 3.5 times normal size. Playback may not be possible for movies not recorded with this camera.

Editing a Movie

Use the procedure in this section to edit and delete movies. Editing operations let you cut everything before or after a specific frame, or to cut everything between two frames. IMPORTANT! Cut operations cannot be undone. Make sure you really want to cut the part of the movie you are specifying before executing the cut operation. Movie editing is not possible for movies not recorded with this camera. A movie that is shorter than five seconds cannot be edited. Certain types of memory cards can cause the movie cut operation to take considerable time. This is normal and does not indicate malfunction. You will not be able to perform the cut operation if the amount of memory available is less than the size of the movie file you are cutting. If this happens, delete any files you no longer need to free up more memory. Splicing of two different movies into a single movie or cutting one movie into multiple parts are not supported by camera operations.
I To cut everything before or after a specific frame
4. Display the frame where you want the cut to

be located.

To do this: Fast forward or fast reverse playback Pause or unpause movie playback Scroll paused playback one frame Cancel the cut operation Do this: Press [] or []. Press [SET]. Press [] or []. Press [MENU].

1. While the movie you

tab, select Dubbing, and then press [].
2. Press [MENU]. 3. Select the PLAY tab, select Dubbing, and
4. Use [] and [] to select Delete, and then
4. Press the shutter button to start audio
If you merely want to delete the audio without rerecording, press [MENU] here to complete the procedure.
5. Recording stops after about 30 seconds or
This deletes the existing audio and replaces it with the new one.
PLAYBACK IMPORTANT! Take care that you do not block the microphone with your fingers. Good recording results are not possible when Microphone the camera is too far from the subject. The (Audio) icon appears on the monitor screen after audio recording is complete. You will not be able to record audio when remaining memory capacity is low. You cannot add audio to the following types of images. Movie images Images created with MOTION PRINT Protected snapshot (page 164) Audio that is re-recorded or deleted cannot be recovered. Make sure you no longer need audio before re-recording or deleting it.
Playing Back a Voice Recording File
Perform the following steps to play back a voice recording file.
the voice recording file (a file with you want to play. on it)
This starts playback of the voice recording file through the cameras speaker. You can perform the following operations while audio is playing.
To do this: Fast forward or fast reverse the audio Pause and unpause audio playback Adjust audio volume Toggle monitor screen indicators on and off Cancel playback Do this: Hold down [] or []. Press [SET]. Press [] and then use [] and []. Press [] (DISP). Press [MENU].
Displaying Camera Images on a TV Screen
EX-Z60: You can display recorded images on a TV screen and even use a TV screen to compose images before you record them. EX-Z60DX: You can display recorded images on a TV screen. To display camera images on a TV, you need a television equipped with a video input terminal.
1. Perform the following step to connect the

camera to a TV.

IMPORTANT! Audio volume can be adjusted only when playback is being performed or is paused. If your recording has index marks (page 116) inside it, you can jump to the index mark before or after the current playback location by pausing playback and then pressing [] or []. Next, press [SET] to resume playback from the index mark position (page 116).
PLAYBACK G EX-ZConnect one end of the AV cable that comes with the camera to the cameras USB/AV connector, and the other end to the video input terminal of the TV. G EX-Z60DX 1 Connect one end of the AV cable that comes with the camera to the [AV OUT] port of the USB cradle, and the other end to the video input terminal of the TV.
AV cable AV cable Video input terminal
Yellow White (Video) (Audio)
Video input terminal TV USB/AV connector Make sure that the side of the connector that is marked with an arrow () is facing in the same direction as the front (lens side) of the camera. [AV OUT] (AV output port)

I Memory Card Precautions
If a memory card starts to behave abnormally, you can restore normal operation by reformatting it. However, we recommend that you always take along more than one memory card whenever using the camera far away from the home or office. We recommend that you format a memory card before using it for the first time after purchasing it, or whenever the card you are using seems to be the cause of abnormal images. As you record data to and delete data from an SD memory card a number of times, it loses its ability to retain data. Because of this, periodic re-formatting of an SD memory card is recommended. Before starting the format operation, check to make sure that the cameras battery is not low. Battery power going low during formatting can cause improper formatting and creates the risk of memory card malfunction. Never open the battery cover while the format operation is being performed. Doing so creates the risk of memory card malfunction.

Copying Files

Use the procedures below to copy files between built-in memory and a memory card. IMPORTANT! Only snapshot, movie, audio snapshot, and voice recording files recorded with this camera can be copied. Other files cannot be copied. Files in the FAVORITE folder cannot be copied. Copying an audio snapshot copies both its image file and the audio file.
To copy all the files in built-in memory to a memory card
IMPORTANT! Copy is not possible if there is not enough memory capacity to hold all of the images you are trying to copy.
1. Load the memory card into the camera. 2. Turn on the camera. Next, enter the PLAY

mode and press [MENU].

3. Select the PLAY tab,
select Copy, and then press [].
4. Use [] and [] to select Built-in
This starts the copy operation and displays the message Busy. Please wait. After the copy operation is complete, the monitor screen shows the last file in the folder.
To copy a specific file from a memory card to built-in memory
NOTE Files are copied to the folder in built-in memory whose name has the largest number.
1. Perform steps 1 through 3 of the procedure
under To copy all the files in built-in memory to a memory card.
2. Use [] and [] to select Card

Built-in,

3. Use [] and [] to select the file you want to
4. Use [] and [] to select Copy, and then
This starts the copy operation and displays the message Busy. Please wait. The file reappears on the monitor screen after the copy operation is complete. Repeat steps 3 through 4 to copy other images, if you want.

specify the print option you want.
To print a single image: Select 1 Image and then press [SET]. Next, use [] and [] to select the image you want to print. To print multiple images or all images: Select DPOF Printing, and then press [SET]. Selecting this option will print the images selected with the DPOF settings. See page 189 for more information. You can toggle date stamping of the image on and off by pressing [BS]. The date stamp will be printed when On is indicated on the monitor screen. On indicates that date stamping is turned on.
7. On the cameras monitor screen, use [] and
[] to select Print, and then press [SET].
This starts printing and displays the message Busy. Please wait. on the monitor screen. The message will disappear after a short while, even though printing is still being performed. Pressing any of the cameras buttons while printing is in progress will cause the message to reappear. The print menu will appear when printing is complete. If you selected 1 Image in step 6, you can select another image for printing and then repeat this step to print.
8. Perform either of the following operations
after printing is complete.
EX-Z60: Turn off the camera and then disconnect the USB cable from the camera. EX-Z60DX: Press the USB cradles [USB] button and then turn off the camera.

Date Printing

Any one of the procedures described below can be used to include the recording date in image prints. Correct date printing requires that the current date be set on the camera before the image is recorded. Before recording the image, turn on date stamping (Date or Date&Time) (page 130). Specifying date printing with DPOF settings (page 189) If you use the DPOF setting to turn on date stamping for printing on an image that already has date/time stamp data embedded in it (page 130), the two stamps will be superimposed. Because of this, do not turn on DPOF date stamping if an image already has a date/ time stamp embedded on it. Some printers may have settings that disable time stamp and/or DPOF printing. See the user documentation that comes with your printer for details about how to enable these features. Note that some professional print services do not support DPOF printing. Check with your service before ordering prints. Specifying date printing with the Photohands software that comes with the camera See page 23 of the Photohands Users Guide for details. The Photohands Users Guide is provided as a PDF file on the CD-ROM that comes bundled with your camera.

1. Make sure the cameras battery is fully

charged.

Connector A

USB cable

2. Turn on the camera, and then press [MENU].
It makes no difference whether the camera is in a REC mode or the PLAY mode.
3. Select the Set Up tab, select USB, and
4. Use [] and [] to select Mass Storage, and
Make sure that the side of the connector that is marked with an arrow () is facing in the same direction as the front (lens side) of the camera.

USB/AV connector

Take care when connecting the USB cable to the camera or your computer. USB ports and cable plugs are shaped for proper positioning.

6. Turn on the camera.

This will cause your computer to create a hardware profile for cameras built-in memory or the memory card loaded in the camera. You do not need to install the USB driver every time. After you install it once, your computer will recognize the cameras built-in memory or its memory card when you establish a USB connection between the camera and your computer. This will cause the cameras operation lamp to light green. At this point, some operating systems will display a Removable Disk dialog box. If your operating system does, close the dialog box.

G EX-Z60DX

If you are using battery power without the AC adaptor, make sure that the battery is fully charged. Note that the shape of the AC adaptor depends on the area where you purchased the camera.
2. Connect the USB cable that comes bundled
with the camera to the USB cradle and your computers USB port.
USB cable (bundled) USB port

Connector B

Take care when connecting the USB cable to the USB cradle or your computer. USB ports and cable plugs are shaped for proper positioning. Plug the USB cable plugs into the ports securely, as far as they will go. Proper operation is not possible if connections are not correct.
3. Press the cameras power button to turn it on,
and then press its [MENU] button.
8. Press the USB cradles [USB] button.
This will cause your computer to create a hardware profile for cameras built-in memory or the memory card loaded in the camera. You do not need to install the USB driver every time. After you install it once, your computer will recognize the cameras built-in memory or its memory card when you establish a USB connection between the camera and your computer. Pressing the [USB] button enters the USB mode, which causes the USB cradles [USB] lamp to light green (page 240). At this point, some operating systems will display a Removable Disk dialog box. If your operating system does, close the dialog box.
4. Select the Set Up tab, select USB, and
5. Use [] and [] to select Mass Storage (USB
DIRECT-PRINT), and then press [SET].
6. Turn off the camera. 7. Place the camera onto the USB cradle.

[USB] button [USB] lamp

I View and copy the images you want

Record Error

Replenish ink!

RETRY POWER ON

This function cannot You attempted to copy files from built-in memory be used. to a memory card loaded in the camera while there is no memory card in the camera (page 184). This function is not supported for this file. The function you are trying to perform is not supported for the file on which you are trying to perform it.

SYSTEM ERROR

The card is locked.

There are no files.

Specifications
Product. Digital Camera Model.. EX-Z60/EX-Z60DX

Data Size Snapshots

File Size (pixels) 6M Quality Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Fine Normal Economy Approximate Built-in SD Memory Image File Size memory 8.3MB Card 256MB* 3.63MB 2.0MB 1.21MB 3.22MB 1.9MB 1.08MB 2.43MB 1.62MB 810KB 1.92MB 1.28MB 640KB 1.17MB 780KB 390KB 360KB 240KB 120KB 2 shots 59 shots shots shots shots shots shots shots shots shots shots shots shots shots shots shots shots shots 65 shots 116 shots 186 shots 73 shots 121 shots 206 shots 97 shots 143 shots 271 shots 121 shots 180 shots 348 shots 196 shots 286 shots 530 shots 625 shots 938 shots 1742 shots

I Camera Functions

Image Files Format Snapshots.. JPEG (Exif Ver.2.2); DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) 1.0 standard; DPOF compliant Movies.. AVI (Motion JPEG) Audio. WAV Recording Media.. 8.3MB built-in memory SD Memory Card MultiMediaCard
6M (3:2) (3:2) 4M 3M 2M VGA 640 480

Movies

Image Size (Pixels) Maximum Recording Time Per File Until memory full Until memory full Until memory full Approximate Data Rate (Frame Rate) Approximate Recording Time for Builtin Memory 8.3 MB 6 seconds Approximate Recording Time for SD Memory Card 256MB 3 minutes and 16 seconds 5 minutes and 27 seconds 13 minutes and 34 seconds
Delete.. Single-file, all files (with protection) Effective Pixels. 6.0 million Imaging Element. 1/2.5-inch square pixel color CCD (Total pixels: 6.37 million) Lens/Focal Distance Lenses.. F3.1 (W) to 5.9 (T); f=6.3 (W) to 18.9mm (T) (equivalent to approximately 38 (W) to 114mm (T) for 35mm film) 6 lenses in 5 groups, with aspherical lens Zoom.. 3X optical zoom; 4X digital zoom (12X in combination with optical zoom) Focusing.. Contrast Detection Auto Focus Focus Modes: Auto Focus, Macro mode, Pan Focus, Infinity mode, manual focus AF Area: spot, multi Approximate Focus Range (from lens surface) Auto Focus.. 40cm to (1.3 to ) Macro.. 10cm to 50cm (3.9 to 19.7) Infinity Mode.. Manual.. 10cm to (3.9 to ) Using optical zoom causes the above ranges to change.

I Power Requirements

Power Requirements. Rechargeable lithium ion battery (NP-20) 1 Approximate Battery Life:
The values below indicate the amount of time under the conditions defined below, until power automatically turns off due to battery failure. They do not guarantee that you will be able to achieve this level of operation. Low temperatures shorten battery life. Operation Number of Shots (CIPA Standard)*1 (Recording Time) Continuous Snapshot Playback* Continuous Movie Recording*3 Continuous Voice Recording*4
Approximate Battery Life 180 shots (90 minutes) 230 minutes 100 minutes 230 minutes
Supported Battery: NP-20 (Rated Capacitance: 700mAh) Storage Medium: SD Memory Card
*1 Number of Shots (CIPA Standard) Temperature: 23C (73F) Monitor Screen: On Zoom operation between full wide to full telephoto every 30 seconds, during which two images are recorded, one image with flash; power turned off and back on every time 10 images are recorded. *2 Continuous Snapshot Playback Conditions Temperature: 23C (73F) Scroll one image about every 10 seconds *3 Approximate time for continuous movie recording, without using zoom. *4 Voice recording times are based on continuous recording.
Power Consumption. 3.7V DC Approximately 4.5W Dimensions. 95.2(W) 60.6(H) 19.8(D) mm (3.75(W) 2.39(H) 0.78(D)) (excluding projections; 16.2mm (0.64) at thinnest part) Weight.. Approximately 118 g (4.2 oz) (excluding battery and accessories) Bundled Accessories. EX-Z60 Rechargeable lithium ion battery (NP20); Lithium ion battery charger (BC11L); AC power cord; USB cable; AV Cable; Strap; CD-ROM; Basic Reference EX-Z60DX Rechargeable lithium ion battery (NP20); USB cradle (CA-32); Special AC adaptor; AC power cord; USB cable; AV Cable; Strap; CD-ROM; Basic Reference
APPENDIX I Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery (NP-20)
Rated Voltage.. 3.7V Rated Capacitance. 700mAh Operating Temperature Range.. 0C to 40C (32F to 104F) Dimensions. 33(W) 50(H) 4.7(D) mm (1.3(W) 2.0(H) 0.19(D)) Weight.. Approximately 16 g (0.56 oz)
EX-Z60 I Lithium Ion Battery Charger (BC-11L)
Power Requirement.. 100 to 240V AC, 80mA, 50/60Hz Output.. 4.2V DC, 600mA Charging Temperature.. 5C to 35C (41F to 95F) Chargeable Battery type. Rechargeable lithium ion battery (NP-20) Full Charge Times. Approximately 90 minutes Dimensions. 55(W) 86(H) 20(D) mm (2.2(W) 3.4(H) 0.79(D)) (excluding projections) Weight.. Approximately 58 g (2.0 oz)
APPENDIX EX-Z60DX I USB Cradle (CA-32)
Input/Output Terminals. Camera connector; USB port; AC adaptor terminal (DC IN 5.3V) / AV output port (Special mini port, NTSC / PAL) Power Consumption. 5.3V DC Approximately 3.2W Dimensions. 111(W) 17(H) 57(D) mm (4.4(W) 0.7(H) 2.2(D)) (excluding projections) Weight.. Approximately 61 g (2.2 oz)

 

Technical specifications

General
Product TypeDigital camera - compact
Width3.7 in
Depth0.8 in
Height2.4 in
Weight4.2 oz
Enclosure ColorBlack
Body MaterialMetal
Main Features
Resolution6.0 Megapixel
Color SupportColor
Optical Sensor TypeCCD
Total Pixels6,370,000 pixels
Effective Sensor Resolution6,000,000 pixels
Optical Sensor Size1/2.5"
Light SensitivityISO 100, ISO 400, ISO 200, ISO 50, ISO auto
Digital Zoom4 x
Shooting ModesFrame movie mode
Shooting ProgramsPortrait mode, text, party/indoor, night portrait, coupling shot, pet, natural green, sundown, children, scenery, splashing water, candlelight portrait, pre-shot, food, fireworks, portrait with scenery, collection, flower, night scene, sports mode, twilight mode, soft, ID photo mode, business cards and documents, soft flowing water
Special EffectsSepia, Monochrome
Max Shutter Speed1/2000 sec
Min Shutter Speed1/2 sec
Exposure MeteringMulti-segment, center-weighted, spot
Exposure ModesProgram, automatic
Exposure Compensation±2 EV range, in 1/3 EV steps
White BalanceAutomatic, presets
Digital Video FormatAVI, MJPEG
Still Image FormatJPEG
Continuous Shooting Speed1.25 frames per second
Video CaptureAVI - 640 x 480 - 30 fps - 11 sec - with 8.3MB built-in memory AVI - 320 x 240 - 15 fps - 27 sec - with 8.3MB built-in memory
Memory / Storage
Flash MemoryFlash - integrated (soldered memory - 8.3 MB )
Supported Flash MemoryMultiMediaCard, SD Memory Card
Image StorageFine JPEG 2816 x 2112 : 2 - with 8.3MB built-in memory - 3.6 MB Normal JPEG 2816 x 2112 : 3 - with 8.3MB built-in memory - 2 MB Economy JPEG 2816 x 2112 : 6 - with 8.3MB built-in memory - 1.2 MB Fine JPEG 2816 x 1872 : 2 - with 8.3MB built-in memory - 3.2 MB Normal JPEG 2816 x 1872 : 4 - with 8.3MB built-in memory - 1.9 MB Economy JPEG 2816 x 1872 : 7 - with 8.3MB built-in memory - 1.1 MB Fine JPEG 2304 x 1728 : 3 - with 8.3MB built-in memory - 2.4 MB Normal JPEG 2304 x 1728 : 4 - with 8.3MB built-in memory - 1.6 MB Economy JPEG 2304 x 1728 : 9 - with 8.3MB built-in memory - 810 KB Fine JPEG 2048 x 1536 : 4 - with 8.3MB built-in memory - 1.9 MB Normal JPEG 2048 x 1536 : 6 - with 8.3MB built-in memory - 1.3 MB Economy JPEG 2048 x 1536 : 11 - with 8.3MB built-in memory - 640 KB Fine JPEG 1600 x 1200 : 6 - with 8.3MB built-in memory Normal JPEG 1600 x 1200 : 9 - with 8.3MB built-in memory Economy JPEG 1600 x 1200 : 18 - with 8.3MB built-in memory Fine JPEG 640 x 480 : 21 - with 8.3MB built-in memory Normal JPEG 640 x 480 : 32 - with 8.3MB built-in memory Economy JPEG 640 x 480 : 59 - with 8.3MB built-in memory
Camera Flash
Camera FlashBuilt-in flash
Flash ModesFill-in mode, auto mode, flash OFF mode, red-eye reduction, soft
Red Eye ReductionYes
Effective Flash Range4 in - 12 ft
Lens System
TypeZoom lens - 6.3 mm - 18.9 mm - f/3.1-5.9
Focal Length6.3 mm - 18.9 mm
Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera38 - 114mm
Focus AdjustmentAutomatic, manual
Auto FocusTTL contrast detection
Auto Focus Points (Zones)9
Min Focus Range15.7 in
Macro Focus Range4 in - 19.7 in
Lens ApertureF/3.1-5.9
Optical Zoom3 x
Zoom AdjustmentMotorized drive
Lens Construction5 group(s) / 6 element(s)
FeaturesBuilt-in lens shield
Additional Features
Self TimerYes
Self Timer Delay10 sec, 2 sec
Additional FeaturesAudio recording, multi-picture burst, direct print, USB 2.0 compatibility, built-in speaker, DPOF support, digital image rotation, PictBridge support, histogram display, Anti-Shake DSP
Display
TypeLCD display - TFT active matrix - 2.5" - color
Display Form FactorBuilt-in
Display Format115,200 pixels
Microphone
TypeMicrophone - built-in
Microphone Operation ModeMono
Connections
Connector Type1 x USB 1 x composite video/audio output
Expansion Slot(s)1 x SD Memory Card
Software
SoftwareDrivers & Utilities
Miscellaneous
Included AccessoriesHand strap
Cables IncludedUSB cable A/V cable
Power
Power DeviceBattery charger - external
Battery
Supported BatteryCasio NP-20
Supported Battery Details1 x Li-ion rechargeable battery ( included )
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandCasio Computer
Part NumberEX-Z60BK
GTIN04971850622062, 00079767622060

 

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