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|muffinrack||8:21am on Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010|
|Continually out of focus... This is my third Kodak digital camera and I stayed with the brand since I was VERY happy with the first two. This one.|
|DannyB||10:21pm on Sunday, October 10th, 2010|
|just a great little camera,thanks so much, pc Good Image Stabilization","Good in Low Light","Great Zoom","Nice Body Color".|
|mark_dammer||3:10am on Sunday, June 6th, 2010|
|The camera is a very good product for the money. Good Image Stabilization","Good in Low Light","Nice Body Color I got this camera for my daughters graduation. She loves it. Good Image Stabilization","Nice Body Color We bought 8 of these cameras to use in our summer camping program for daily camper photos and they have been great. Good Image Stabilization".|
|jenza||6:32am on Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010|
|I got this camera for my daughter and it works really well for taking pictures. It is fast and easy to use. The pictures turn out great! It is a very decent camera for the price with a 2 year replacement plan. I have had the expensive digital cameras. The camera is nice, takes great pics, and has several awesome picture scene options for picture taking in all types of places and lighting.|
|jtholmes||5:25am on Saturday, March 20th, 2010|
|Wanted a camera that I could put in pocket and not freak out if it was dropped or broken. So far this camera has been dropped 3 times and still works,... I just needed to write a review for this camera because I love it and want others to know it is a great value.|
|gmolleda||8:41pm on Wednesday, March 10th, 2010|
|I saw this HD camera for a very cheap price, with lots of features! When I bought it, I was very satisfied.|
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Using the in-camera battery charger
Charge the battery whenever necessary.
Battery Charging light: Blinking: charging Steady: finished charging
1 Turn OFF the camera. 2 Connect the KODAK Camera USB Cable, Micro B / 5-Pin and charger. (Use only the cable included with this camera!)
Your adapter may differ.
NOTE: You can use the camera while its plugged in.
Purchase extra batteries Know when your battery needs charging www.kodak.com/go/m530accessories See page 8
Using the external battery charger
Your plug may differ.
Battery Charging light: Orange: charging Green: finished charging
Purchase extra batteries Know when your battery needs charging
www.kodak.com/go/m530accessories See page 8
Turning on the camera
Press the Power button.
Setting the language and date/time
Language: to change. OK to accept. Date/Time: At the prompt, press OK. to change current field. for previous/next field. OK to accept.
NOTE: To change language in the future, use the Setup Menu (see page 34). 4
Storing pictures on an optional SD or SDHC Card
Your camera has internal memory. We recommend purchasing an SD or SDHC Card to conveniently store more pictures/videos. CAUTION: A card can only be inserted one way; forcing it may cause damage. Inserting or removing a card while the camera is on may damage the pictures, the card, or the camera.
1 Turn off the camera. 2 Insert the card until it clicks. 3 Turn on the camera.
To get clear, focused pictures: 1 The camera turns on in Smart Capture mode. (If its in a different mode, press the Mode button, then until the LCD displays Smart Capture mode , then press OK.) 2 Compose the picture. 3 Press the Shutter button halfway to focus and set exposure. When the framing marks turn green, press the Shutter button completely down.
Using the framing marks
Framing marks indicate the camera focus area. 1 Press the Shutter button halfway. If the camera is not focusing on the desired subject, release the Shutter button and recompose the scene. 2 Press the Shutter button completely down to take the picture. NOTE: Multiple framing marks may appear when faces are detected.
IMPORTANT: Your camera offers a built-in Help system. See page 41.
Taking a video
1 Press the Mode button, then until the LCD , then press OK. displays Video 2 Press the Shutter button completely down, then release it. To stop recording, press and release the Shutter button again. To review and work with videos, see page 21.
Your camera has a clean, uncluttered interface. For quick access to the most popular capture and review functions: 1 Press the Info button. The shortcuts appear. To hide the shortcuts again, press.
2 Press to access functions like Exposure Compensation, Self-timer, and Auto focus. (Youll see different functions in different modes.) 3 Press to choose a setting.
Press to show/hide shortcuts.
Using the self-timer
Use the self-timer when you want to be included in a picture, or to ensure a steady Shutter button press. For best results, place the camera on a tripod or steady surface. You can turn on the self-timer using a shortcut (see page 13) or these steps: 1 Press the Menu 2 Press button. Press to choose Self-timer, then press OK. to choose a Self-timer setting:
10 Seconds 10 A picture is taken after a 10-second delay (so you have time to get into the scene). 2 Seconds 2 A picture is taken after a 2-second delay. 2 Picture Timer 2x The first picture is taken after a 10-second delay. A second picture is taken 8 seconds later. 3 Compose the scene. Press the Shutter button halfway, then completely down. The camera takes the picture/pictures after the delay. To take a video after a 2- or 10-second delay, use the same procedure but press the Shutter button completely down.
Use the burst feature to take up to 3 pictures in rapid succession. You can turn on burst using a shortcut (see page 13) or these steps: 1 Press the Menu 2 Press 3 Press the Menu button. to choose Burst On. button. to choose Self-timer/Burst, then press
4 Compose the scene. Press the Shutter button halfway, then completely down and hold it. The camera stops taking pictures when you release the Shutter button, when pictures are taken, or when there is no more storage space. Burst is unavailable in some modes. 14
Taking panoramic pictures
Use panorama to stitch up to 3 pictures into a panoramic scene. NOTE: For best results, use a tripod. Only the panoramic picture is saved; individual pictures are not. (Exposure and white balance are set with the first picture. The flash is set to Off.) 1 Press the Mode button, then until the LCD displays SCN, then press OK. 2 Press to choose Panorama Left-Right or Panorama Right-Left (depending on the direction you want to pan), then press OK. 3 Take the first picture. After a quickview, the LCD displays the liveview and an overlay from the first picture. (You can press the Delete button to re-take the first or second picture.) 4 Compose the second picture. Make the overlay from the first picture cover the same portion in the new picture. 5 If you are taking/stitching only 2 pictures, press OK to stitch them together. After you take 3 pictures, the pictures are automatically stitched together.
Tag pictures to make them easy to find, later. You can tag pictures in 2 ways:
People, and then find all pictures of Mary. Keywords, and then find all pictures from Dads 60th Birthday.
When you tag faces, your camera learns to recognize people by name. Then it matches names and faces in pictures youve taken and those you take in the future. 1 Press the Review 2 Press the Menu 3 Press button, then button. Press to find a picture that contains faces. to choose Tag People, then press OK.
to choose Apply Tags, then press OK.
4 Press to choose an existing name, or New Name to add a new one (see Using the keyboard, page 20), then press OK. If more than one face is detected, a name or question mark is assigned to each detected face. To resolve an incorrect name or a question mark, press to select a face, then press OK.
5 If prompted to Update People Tags, press to choose Yes, then press OK. Other pictures are scanned and updated with the name(s) you applied here. Press to add names to other pictures. When finished, press to choose Done, then press OK. To return to picture-taking mode, press the Shutter button halfway down. Tip: Are faces not always detected? If a face is turned sideways, is too distant, or if the contrast between face and background is insufficient, then the camera might not detect the face. 18
Need to update a name? If you meet a new friendJamesbut you already have pictures tagged with your old friend, James, you can:
Tag the new James with James Smith and/or Update the old James to James Monroe button. button. Press to choose Tag People, then press OK.
Heres how: 1 Press the Review 2 Press the Menu 3 Press 4 Press
to choose Modify Names List, then press OK. to choose the name you want to modify, then press OK.
5 Edit the name, press to choose OK, then press OK. To return to picture-taking mode, press the Shutter button halfway down. Tip: You can have up to 20 active names.
Tagging with keywords
1 Press the Review 2 Press the Menu button, then button. Press to find a picture to tag. to choose Keyword Tag, then press OK.
3 Press to choose an existing keyword, or New Keyword (see Using the keyboard, page 20) to add a new one, then press OK. 4 Press to add keywords to other pictures. When finished, press to choose Done, then press OK. To return to picture-taking mode, press the Shutter button halfway down. Tip: You can pre-choose a tag so that new pictures are assigned that tag (see page 32).
to choose Protect, then press OK.
4 Press to choose Protect, then press OK. A check mark indicates that the picture/video is protected. Clicking OK again removes the check mark. Press to protect other pictures/videos, or press to choose Done, then press OK.
Press the Menu
button to exit the menu.
CAUTION: Formatting internal memory or an SD or SDHC Card deletes all (including protected) pictures/videos. (Formatting internal memory also deletes email addresses and keyword tags.)
Viewing pictures/videos in different ways
Magnifying a picture
1 Press Telephoto (T) to magnify 1X8X. 2 Press
to view other parts of a picture.
Press OK to return to 1X.
Viewing as thumbnails (multi-up)
1 Press the Review button. The camera shows the last picture that was taken. 2 Press the Wide Angle (W) button to view pictures/videos as thumbnails. (Press it again to see more, smaller thumbnails.) To view all pictures/videos, choose the All tab. To sort by favorites, date, people, or tagged pictures/videos, press and choose the appropriate tab. 3 To see a single picture/video, press Telephoto (T) button.
to choose it. Then press the
To select multiple pictures/videos, see page 30. Press the Review button to exit Review.
A smarter way to find and enjoy your pictures
Tag picturesby people or keywordsto make them easy to find, later. For example, the camera can find all pictures that contain Mary or Dads 60th Birthday. (See Tagging people, page 18 or Tagging with keywords, page 19.) You can also find pictures by date taken or if its marked as a favorite. 1 Press the Review button. 2 Press the Wide Angle (W) button to view pictures by thumbnail (or choose View Thumbnails shortcut). 3 Press or Keyword. to choose a tab and sort pictures by All, Date, People, Favorite,
4 Press to choose a picture or picture stack. Press Telephoto (T) see pictures in a stack or to see an individual picture. Press Wide Angle (W) to see thumbnails or picture stacks. To return to picture-taking mode, press the Shutter button halfway down. All People Date Favorites Keywords
Tip: For best results, make sure the cameras date/time is current (see page 34). 24
Understanding the review icons
Video duration Select picture/video Shortcuts* Add text tag View thumbnails Play video Upload Favorite Text tag Battery level Print/number of prints Protected Email Picture/Video number
* For more about shortcuts, see page 13.
Purchase extra batteries for your event Charge the battery www.kodak.com/go/m530accessories see page 2
Creating a multimedia slide show
Use Multimedia Slide Show to display your pictures/videos on the LCD. You can play all pictures/videos, or select pictures to include in the slide show. You can customize your slide show to include music and your choice of transitions. You can even save a slide show.
Make a slide show that you can save
1 Press the Review 2 Press the Menu 3 Press button. Select 2-100 pictures (see page 30). button. If the Review tab is not highlighted, press.
to choose Multimedia Slide Show, then press OK.
4 Press to choose Preview Slide Show, then press OK. Each picture/video is displayed once. To interrupt the slide show, press OK. After the slide show plays, you may save or modify it. IMPORTANT: Your camera offers a built-in Help system. See page 41.
Play a slide show loop
When you turn on Loop, the slide show is continuously repeated. 1 On the Multimedia Slide Show menu, press press OK. 2 Press to choose On, then press OK. to choose Loop, then
3 Press to choose Preview Slide Show, then press OK. The slide show repeats until you press OK or until the battery is exhausted.
Displaying pictures/videos on a television
You can display pictures/videos on a television, computer monitor, or any device equipped with a video input. To connect the camera directly to a television, use an A/V cable (may be sold separately).
NOTE: Ensure that the Video Out setting (NTSC or PAL) is correct (see page 36). The slide show stops if you connect or disconnect the cable while the slide show is running. (Image quality on a television screen may not be as good as on a computer monitor or when printed.)
Using the menu button in review
button, then the Menu
to choose a tab:
Review Edit Setup to choose a setting, then press OK.
4 Choose an option, then press OK. IMPORTANT: Your camera offers a built-in Help system. See page 41.
You can crop a picture so that only the desired portion of the picture remains. 1 Press the Review picture to crop.
Picture Cropped picture
to find a
2 Press the Menu button, then to choose the Edit tab. Choose Crop, then press OK.
3 Press Telephoto (T) to shrink the crop area or Wide (W) to stretch it. Press to move the crop box. When satisfied with the crop box, press OK. 4 Follow the screen prompts. The picture is cropped. (The original is saved.) Cropped pictures cannot be cropped again on the camera. Press the Shutter button halfway down to return to Capture mode. IMPORTANT: Your camera offers a built-in Help system. See page 41.
You can do incredible things with your videos.
Making a picture from a video
You can choose a single frame from a video, then make a picture suitable for a 4 x 6-inch (10 x 15 cm) print. 1 Press the Review video.
2 Press the Menu button, then to choose the Edit tab. Choose Make Picture, then press OK.
3 Follow the screen prompts. A picture is created. (The original video is saved.) Press the Shutter button halfway down to return to Capture mode. IMPORTANT: Your camera offers a built-in Help system. See page 41.
Trimming a video
You can remove an unwanted start or end from a video, saving only the desired portion. 1 Press the Review video. button, then to find a
2 Press the Menu button, then to choose the Edit tab. Choose Trim, then press OK. 3 Follow the screen prompts. The video is trimmed. (You can save it as a new video or replace the original.) Press the Shutter button halfway down to return to Capture mode. 29
Selecting multiple pictures/videos
Use the multi-select feature when you have two or more pictures to print, share, delete, protect/unprotect, tag with keyword, etc. Multi-select is used most effectively in Multi-Up mode (see page 23). 1 Press the Review button, then (and if youre in multi-up mode) to find a picture/video. 2 Press OK to select pictures/videos. A check mark appears on the picture. (Press OK again to remove a check mark.) You can now print, transfer, delete, etc. the selected pictures.
You can copy pictures/videos from a card to internal memory or from internal memory to a card. Copy pictures/videos: 1 Press the Review button, then to find a picture. (You can also use multi-select. See Selecting multiple pictures/videos.) 2 Press the Menu button, then to choose the Edit tab. 3 Press to choose Copy, then press OK. Choose a choice, then press OK. NOTE: Pictures/videos are copied, not moved. To remove pictures/videos from the original location after copying, delete them (see page 22). IMPORTANT: Your camera offers a built-in Help system. See page 41.
Doing more with your camera
IMPORTANT: Your camera offers a built-in Help system. To get the most from your camera, see page 41.
Using the menu button to change settings
You can change settings to get the best results from your camera. NOTE: Some modes offer limited settings. Some settings remain until you change them; others, until you change modes or turn off the camera. 1 Press the Menu 2 Press
Capture/Video for the most common picture- and video-taking settings Setup for other camera settings to choose a setting, then press OK.
4 Choose an option, then press OK. Using the capture tab
Press Menu, , , More information and OK to access settings Picture Size Choose a picture resolution. See Camera specifications, page 47.
Press Menu, , , More information and OK to access settings Self-timer/Burst Choose Self-timer or Burst feature. Off 10 Seconds 2 Seconds 2 Picture Timer Burst OnPress the Shutter button halfway to focus and set exposure. Press the Shutter button completely down and hold it to take up to 3 pictures. New Keyword Delete Keyword
Preset Keyword Tag Create keywords (page 19) and assign them to all pictures/videos that you take next. (Example: Italy Trip)
IMPORTANT: This feature assigns your chosen keyword until you uncheck it. Remember to uncheck the keyword after your event.
Exposure Compensation See Camera specifications, page 47. Make a picture lighter or darker. (Available in Program and Panorama modes.) To access this feature with a shortcut, see page 13. ISO Speed Control the sensitivity of the camera sensor. AutoFor general picture taking. ISO 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1000
None Long Time Exposure Choose how long the shutter 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 4.0, 8.0 seconds stays open (normally in low-light conditions). For best results, place the camera on a tripod or steady surface.
Press Menu, , , More information and OK to access settings Color Mode Choose color tones. Unavailable in Video mode. High Color Natural Color Low Color Black & White SepiaFor a reddish-brown, antique look. AutoAutomatically corrects white balance. Ideal for general picture taking. DaylightFor pictures in natural lighting. TungstenCorrects the orange cast of incandescent light bulbs. Ideal for indoor pictures under tungsten or halogen lighting without flash. FluorescentCorrects the green cast of fluorescent lighting. Ideal for indoor pictures under fluorescent lighting without flash. Open ShadeFor pictures in shade in natural lighting. AutoFor general picture-taking. MacroFor sharpness and detail in pictures at close range. Use available light instead of flash, if possible. The camera automatically sets the focus distance depending on the zoom position. InfinityFor distant subjects; auto-focus framing marks are unavailable. Face PriorityIf faces are detected, they receive focus/exposure priority. (If faces are not detected, the camera switches to Multi-Zone.) Multi-ZoneEvaluates 5 zones to give an even picture focus. Ideal for general picture taking. Center-ZoneEvaluates the small area centered in the lens. Ideal for focusing on a precise area.
CAUTION: Formatting deletes all pictures/videos, including those that are protected. Removing a card during formatting may damage the card.
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Transferring, printing pictures
Transferring pictures to your computer
Download KODAK Softwareso its easy to transfer and share pictures and videos.
Make sure the computer is connected to the Internet. When you connect the camera to the computer, the KODAK Software Downloader automatically runs. Follow the prompts to download and install KODAK Software.*
1 Turn off the camera. 2 Use the KODAK Camera USB Cable,
Micro B / 5-Pin to connect camera to computer. (Use only the cable included with this camera!)
3 Turn on the camera.
After the software is installed, follow the prompts to transfer pictures and videos to your computer. * If the downloader does not run, find and launch it: WINDOWS OS: in My Computer MAC OS: on your Desktop NOTE: You can also use a card reader to transfer your pictures/videos.
Download KODAK Software later www.kodak.com/go/camerasw
To use this camera on more than one computer, see page 36 use the cameras Reset Startup Application feature
Direct printing with a KODAK All-in-One Printer
Your camera is compatible with PICTBRIDGE Technology, so you can print directly to PICTBRIDGE enabled Printers. You need a camera, a PICTBRIDGE enabled Printer, and a USB cable. Connecting the camera to a KODAK All-in-One Printer 1 Turn off the camera and printer. 2 Connect the appropriate USB cable from the camera to the printer. Printing from a KODAK All-in-One Printer 1 Turn on the printer. Turn on the camera. The PictBridge logo is displayed, followed by the current picture and menu. (If no pictures are found, a message is displayed.) If the menu turns off, press any button to redisplay it. If the printer sees the camera as a mass storage device, turn the camera off and then back on. 2 Choose a printing option, then press OK. Current PicturePress to choose a picture. Tagged PicturesIf your printer is capable, print pictures that you marked for printing. Index PrintPrint thumbnails of all pictures. (This option requires one or more sheets of paper.) All PicturesPrint all pictures in internal memory or on a card. Image StorageAccess Auto or Internal Memory. NOTE: During direct printing, pictures are not permanently transferred or saved to the printer. To transfer pictures to your computer, see page 37.
Picture is too dark
Reposition the camera for more available light. Use Fill flash (see page 10) or change your position so light is not
behind the subject.
Move so that the distance between you and the subject is within the
effective flash range. (See Camera specifications, page 47.)
halfway. When the framing marks turn green, press the Shutter button completely down to take the picture. In Program mode, adjust the Exposure Compensation (see page 32). Picture is too light
Reposition the camera to reduce the amount of available light. Turn the flash off (see page 10). Move so that the distance between you and the subject is within the
halfway. When the framing marks turn green, press the Shutter button completely down to take the picture. In Program mode, adjust the Exposure Compensation (see page 32).
Direct printing (PICTBRIDGE enabled printer) problems
Status Cannot find the desired picture Solution
Use the Direct printing menu to change the image storage location.
The Direct printing Press any camera button to redisplay the menu. menu interface turns off Cannot print pictures Make sure there is a connection between the camera and the printer (see page 38). Make sure the printer and the camera have power. Camera or printer displays an error message
Follow the prompts to resolve the issue.
Getting help on the Web
Get support for your product (FAQs, troubleshooting www.kodak.com/go/m530support information, arrange for repairs, etc.) See step-by-step solutions and repair information Purchase camera accessories See online demonstrations of your camera Register your camera Chat, email, write, or phone Kodak (Chat not available in all languages) www.kodak.com/go/itg www.kodak.com/go/m530accessories www.kodak.com/go/howto www.kodak.com/go/register www.kodak.com/go/contact
Download the latest camera firmware and software www.kodak.com/go/m530downloads
Download and get Help with other KODAK Software www.kodak.com/go/camerasw Download KODAK EASYSHARE Software www.kodak.com/go/easysharesw (or see Help in EASYSHARE Software)
Get help with the WINDOWS OS and working with www.kodak.com/go/pcbasics digital pictures
Get support for cameras, software, accessories, more www.kodak.com/go/support Get information on KODAK All-in-One Printers www.kodak.com/go/inkjet
CCD1/2.33-type Effective pixels12.2 MP (4026 x 3026) LCD2.7 in. (6.9 cm) LCD; 230K pixels; 4:3 aspect ratio Image storageOptional SD/SDHC Card (The SD logo is a trademark of the SD Card Association.) Maximum supported card size: 32 GB Internal storage capacity32 MB internal memory (20 MB available for image storage. 1 MB equals one million bytes.) Taking lens3X optical zoom; f/3.1f/5.6; 35 mm equivalent: 36108 mm Lens protectionBuilt-in Digital zoom5X continuous Focus systemTTL-AF (through-the-lens auto focus); Multi-Zone, Center-Zone, Face Priority. Working range: 0.5 m (1.6 ft)infinity @ wide, normal 1.0 m (3.3 ft)infinity @ telephoto, normal 580 cm (231.5 in.) @ wide, Macro mode 0.51 m (1.63.3 ft) @ telephoto, Macro mode Auto focus controlContinuous and Single AF Face detectionYes Face recognitionYes Shutter speed1/81/1400 seconds Long time exposure0.58 seconds ISO speedSmart Capture mode: Auto 80400
Program mode: Auto 80-400; manual 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1000 Exposure meteringTTL-AE; Face Priority, Multi-Zone, Center-Zone Exposure compensation+/-2.0 EV with 1/3 EV step White BalanceAuto, Daylight, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Open Shade Electronic FlashAuto flash; Auto, Fill, Red Eye, Off; Guide No. 7; working range @ ISO 400 in Smart Capture mode: 0.34.0 m (113.1 ft) @ wide; 0.52.0 m (1.66.6 ft) @ telephoto Self-timer mode10-second, 2-second, 2-picture timer Burst modeMaximum 3 pictures @ 2 fps Capture modesSmart Capture, Program, Scene modes, Video Image file format Still: EXIF 2.21 (JPEG compression); file organization DCF Video: QUICKTIME (CODEC Motion JPEG; audio: -Law) Picture size12.0 MP (4:3): 4000 x 3000 pixels 10.7 MP (3:2): 4000 x 2664 pixels 9.0 MP (16:9): 4000 x 2248 pixels 6.2 MP (4:3): 2880 x 2160 pixels 3.1 MP (4:3): 2048 x 1536 pixels 2.1 MP (16:9): 1920 x 1080 pixels 1.2 MP (4:3): 1280 x 960 pixels Color modesHigh Color, Natural Color, Low Color, Black & White, Sepia Sharpness modesSharp, Normal, Soft Video capture4 GB maximum; VGA (640 x 480 @ 30 fps) Communication with computerUSB 2.0 high speed (PIMA 15740 protocol); via KODAK Camera USB Cable, Micro B / 5-Pin Video outputNTSC or PAL MicrophoneYes 48
SpeakerYes PICTBRIDGE supportYes PowerKODAK Li-Ion Rechargeable Digital Camera Battery KLIC-7006; 5V AC-to-USB battery charging Tripod mount1/4 inch Size93.7 x 56.7 x 22.7 mm (3.7 x 2.2 x 0.9 in.) @ power off Weight130 g (4.6 oz) including card and battery Operating temperature040 C (32104 F)
Care and maintenance
If you suspect water has gotten inside the camera, remove the battery and card. Allow all components to air-dry for at least 24 hours before using the camera. Blow gently on the lens or LCD to remove dust and dirt. Wipe gently with a soft, lint-free cloth or an untreated lens-cleaning tissue. Do not use cleaning solutions unless designed specifically for camera lenses. Do not allow chemicals, such as suntan lotion, to contact painted surfaces. Service agreements may be available in your country. Contact a dealer of KODAK Products for more information. For digital camera disposal or recycling information, contact your local authorities. In the US, go to the Electronics Industry Alliance site at www.eiae.org or www.kodak.com/go/m530support.
Upgrading your software and firmware
Download the latest versions of KODAK Software and the camera firmware (the software that runs on the camera). Go to www.kodak.com/go/m530downloads.
The LCD displays the approximate number of pictures (or minutes/seconds of video) remaining. For average SD Card capacities, go to www.kodak.com/go/SDcapacities. Actual storage capacity varies depending on subject composition, card size, and other factors. You may be able to store more or fewer pictures and videos.
Important safety instructions
CAUTION: Do not disassemble this product; there are no user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. KODAK AC Adapters and Battery Chargers are intended for indoor use only. The use of controls, adjustments, or procedures other than those specified herein may result in exposure to shock and/or electrical or mechanical hazards. If the LCD breaks, do not touch the glass or liquid. Contact Kodak customer support.
The use of an accessory that is not recommended by Kodak may cause fire, electric shock, or injury. For approved accessories, go to www.kodak/go/accessories. Use only a USB-certified computer equipped with a current-limiting motherboard. Contact your computer manufacturer if you have questions. If using this product in an airplane, observe all instructions of the airline. When removing the battery, allow it to cool; it may be hot. Follow all warnings and instructions supplied by the battery manufacturer. Use only batteries approved for this product to avoid risk of explosion. Keep batteries out of the reach of children. Do not allow batteries to touch metal objects, including coins. Otherwise, a battery may short circuit, discharge energy, become hot, or leak. Do not disassemble, install backward, or expose batteries to liquid, moisture, fire, or extreme temperature.
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text, 12 time, setting, 4 timer, shutter delay, 14 tips battery guidelines, 51 care & maintenance, 49 transfer pictures, 37 trash can, deleting, 7 trimming a video, 29 troubleshooting, 41 turning camera on and off, 4 typing, 20 U undelete, undo, 22 upgrading software, firmware, 49 URLs, Kodak Web sites, 41 USB transfer pictures, 37 V VCCI compliance, 55 video copying, 30 edit, 29 emailing marked, 20 out, 36 playback, 21 protecting, 22 review icons, 25 transfer to computer, 37 viewing, 21 video out, 36 viewing
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