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Konica Minolta Dynax 7D
Dynax 7D Photokina Film 2004
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|sarahovies||7:32am on Sunday, September 12th, 2010|
|I got one of these after going digital with the Sony A700 and to keep my film Dynax7 company and fill my Minolta collection. Surprisingly .|
|Pall||3:14pm on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010|
|Nice camera It does what you pay for...I switch to Canon, better performance, but alot more expensive...kept my Minolta as a backup camera|
|powerede||4:54am on Sunday, August 8th, 2010|
|I am so glad I made the decision to purchase this digital camera. It has all the features I wanted and so much more.|
|albeert||5:49pm on Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010|
|New Egg & Fedex I ordered it just before noon on Thursday and had it Friday afternoon ; The Camera so far lives up to every review I have read. The anti-shake system is a nice feature; no doubt about it. However, if you are worried about the effects of shaking, and on a limited budget.|
|GhostSong||9:06pm on Tuesday, May 4th, 2010|
|Maxxum 7d Not too many of these cameras left out there for sale. It was the digital version of the Maxxum 7 film camera. Astounding ergonomics and control... If you want every control at your fingertips, this is the camera for you... The Anti-shake really do work..|
|ronce||5:49pm on Wednesday, April 7th, 2010|
|A fine camera good for any type of photographer. Enough for a pro and plenty for a beginner but not too overwhelming. Excellent images http://gallery. When it first selling in Hong Kong, I bought it at an expensive price. Then, I discover that there are a lot of problems with this camera. 1. THIS IS ONE GREAT FEATURED, SOLID BUT UNDERATED CAMERA. THE PHOTOS AND LOW NOISE IN THE HIGH ISO ARE EXCELLENT. SOLID BODY.|
|LarisaLapina||11:57pm on Sunday, April 4th, 2010|
|I bought this camera mainly to take pictures of rally cars, which requires the camera to perform under a full range of conditions (light, distance.|
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|Pure pleasure This is the best camera that I have ever had. Buy it! This camera is absolutely amazing.First of all. Buy it! This camera is absolutely amazing.First of all.|
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Konica Minolta Dynax 7D Technical Specifications Camera Type: Lens Mount : Image Capture: Interchangeable-lens Digital SLR camera Minolta A-type bayonet mount Total pixels:6.3 million, APS-C size(23.5mm x15.7mm),Interline primary colour, interlace scan Sensitivity: Auto and 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600,and 3200 ISO equivalents Aspect ratio: 3:2 Recording Media: Typeand Type CompactFlash cards, Microdrive, SD Memory Cards and MultiMedia Cards with optional CompactFlash Adapter SD-CF1 File format: JPEG, RAW, RAW+JPEG (DCF 2.0 compliant, DPOF(supported by printing functions in ver/1.1), Exif 2.2) Number of recorded pixels: L:3008x2000,M:2256x1496,S:1504x1000 Storage capacity: Approximate storage capacity of a 256MB CompactFlash card: L RAW RAW+JPEG Extra fine Fine Standard 30 frames 22 frames 43 frames 25 frames 76 frames M S 27 frames 165 frames
85 frames 147 frames 306 frames 145 frames 245 frames 485 frames
Colour mode: Natural: sRGB, Natural +: sRGB, Adobe RGB Image quality mode: Standard, Fine, Extra-fine, RAW, RAW+JPEG (Fine) Image correction: Contrast, Colour saturation, Sharpness, Hue (5 levels) Colour temperature setting: available Noise reduction: Available (at shutter speed longer than 1 s, ON/OFF selectable) Delete function: Single frame, Marked frames or All frames in a single folder in card can be deleted. White balance control Automatic, Preset (Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Flash), Custom, Colour temperature setting available
LCD monitor: 2.5-inch type TFT colour Total pixels: 207, 000 Navigation system (Enlarged display, Automatic rotate function) Number of frame(s) displayed: Single, Index (4 frames, 9 frames,16 frames selectable) Display mode: Image only, Image + text, Image + text + histogram Enlarged playback (Up to approx. 5x), Luminance limit Display (flashing), File browser, Slideshow, Instant bracket playback
Type: Through-the-lens (TTL) phase-detection system Sensor: CCD line sensors (9 points, 8 lines with centre cross-hair sensor) Sensitivity range: EV-1 EV18 (ISO 100) Autofocus area: Wide focus area, any local focus area is selectable from 9-point sensors. Focus mode: Autofocus/Manual focus can be selected. Autofocus mode: Single-shot AF, Continuous AF, Automatic Autofocus, Direct Manual Focus (DMF) is selectable in menu). Predictive focus control for moving subjects. Auto-tracking focus point display Focus lock: Available (by pressing the shutter release button halfway down) AF illuminator: Available (with pre-flash) 1.0-5.0m/3.3-16.4 ft.
Auto Exposure System: TTL metering using 14-segment honeycomb-pattern SPC (14segment Honeycomb-pattern/Centre-weighted/Spot metering) Metering range: EV 0 - 20 (EV 3 - 20 in spot metering) *at ISO100 with f/1.4 lens Exposure modes: P/Full-auto program (Programmed AE with program shift), A (Aperture priority), S (Shutter priority), M (Manual) Exposure-compensation compensation: +/ 3 EV in 1/2 increments +/ 2 EV in 1/3 increments AE lock: Automatically activated with AE lock, Available with AE lock button
Flash metering: Advance Distance Integration (ADI), Pre-flash TTL, Manual flash control Guide number: 12 (in meters at ISO 100), 17(in meters ISO 200) Coverage: 24mm Recycling time: 3s (approx.) Control: Manual switchover. Lift-up for Fill Flash, push down for Flash Cancel. Flash modes: Fill Flash, Flash Cancel, Red-eye Reduction (preflash), Wireless/Remote Off-camera Flash, Rear Flash Sync. , High Speed Sync. Flash compensation: +/ 2 EV in 1/2 stop increments Program Flash 5600HS(D), 3600HS(D), 2500D, Macro Twin Flash 2400*, Macro Ring Flash 1200* with flash sync. terminal. *Macro Flash Controller is necessary. Type: Electronically-controlled, vertical-traverse, focal-plane shutter Range: 30-1/4000s, Bulb Flash sync speed: 1/160 s (with Anti-shake OFF), 1/125s(with Anti-shake ON) Drive modes: Single, Continuous, 10s/2s self-timer, Single bracket, Continuous bracket Continuous advance: Approx 3 fps Approximate number of frames that can be captured at one time: L RAW RAW+JPEG Extra fine Fine 9 frames 9 frames 12 frames 15 frames 9 frames (JPEG) 14 frames 19 frames M S 9 frames (JPEG) 20 frames 30 frames
Standard 19 frames 26 frames 43 frames L: 3008x2000, M: 2256x1496, S: 1504x1000 Exposure bracketing: With 0.3/0.5 EV increments, 3/5 frames Interval recording: Interval time: 30s/1-10,15,20,30,45,60min. frames. Start timer is equipped. (Setting: 0.5 to 24H, in 0.5 increments) Other functions: Instant playback, Customising, Zone matching
CCD-Shift Anti-Shake system with LED indicator in viewfinder Anti-Shake effect: Equivalent to steps in shutter speed (Actual effect varies depending on shooting conditions and the lens used) Type: Eye-level fixed pentaprism Focusing screen: Spherical Acute Matte (G-type as standard) Field of view: Approx. 95% Magnification: 0.9X (with 50mm lens focused on infinity) Dioptre control: 3.0 to + 1.0 m-1 Eye-relief: 25mm from the eyepiece, 21mm from the eyepiece cup in -1 m-1 Eyepiece cup is removable. *Interchangeable focusing screen is available (type M, L, ML) at service facilities.
Video output: Audio signal: Printing output control: Others: PC interface : Remote function:
NTSC / PAL Yes Exif Print, PRINT Image Matching , PictBridge
USB 2.0 High-Speed Remote data storage: TBC. (Remote-storage function software 'DiMAGE Transfer' for Dynax 7D to become available for free download.It is planned for release in January 2005.
Battery: One NP-400 Li-ion battery Battery condition indication: 4-stage indicator appears when the camera is turned on. External power source: 6V DC (with specified AC adapter AC-11), Vertical Control Grip VC-7D
Battery Performance (with fresh batteries): Number of recording images: Approx 400 frames. (CIPA measurement*1)Conforming to CIPA standard test method with a CompactFlash card and an NP-400 lithium-ion battery. Approx 600 frames (Konica Minolta measurement A*2) Approx 2000 frames (Konica Minolta measurement B*3) Conditions: Anti-Shake: ON, Recording media :512MB CompactFlash Card, Battery: Li-ion Battery NP-400, *1:CIPA:Camera & Imaging Products Association *2: Flash: OFF, other conditions are same as CIPA measurement. *3: Drive mode: 5 frames continuous shooting, Flash ;OFF, Instant Playback: NO
Dimensions (W x H x D): Weight:
150 x 106 x 77.5mm (5.91 x 4.17 x 3.05 inches) 760g (without batteries and recording media) 26.81 ounces 0 - 40 C (32-104 F) DiMAGE Viewer CD-ROM, Li-ion Battery NP-400, Li-ion battery charger BC-400, Wide Strap WS-4, Shoe-Cap SC-1000, Eyepiece cap, Eyepiece cup EC-1400, Body Cap BDC-1000, Remote cord clip, LCD Monitor Protect Panel MPP-1000, USB Cable USB-2, Video Cable VC-500
Operating temperature: Standard accessories:
Main Optional accessories: Vertical Control Grip VC-7D, Camera Case CS-7D, AC adapter AC11, SD-CF1 card adapter, Remote Cord RC-1000S, Remote Cord RC-1000L.
Compatible computers: IBM PC/AT compatible computersWindows 98*/Me/2000(Professional)/XP(Home/Professional)Macintosh OS9.09.2.2/OS X v10.1.3-10.1.5/v10.2.1-10.2.8/v10.3-10.3.5
The computer and operating system must be guaranteed by their manufacturers to support USB interface. Problems may be encountered depending on what other USB devices are being used in parallel with this product Only a built-in USB port is supported. Problems may be encountered when the camera is connected to a USB hub Normal operation may not be possible even when all the system requirements are met. Users with Windows 98 and Windows 98 Second Edition operating system must install dedicated driver software included in the DiMAGE viewer CD-ROM. System requirements are based on the latest information available at the time of printing and are subject to change without notice. DYNAX, DiMAGE, CxProcess are trademarks or registered trademarks of Konica Minolta Camera, Inc. Windows is either a registered trademark or a trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Macintosh is a trademark or registered trademark of Apple Computer Inc. Other corporate names and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
The specifications and accessories are based on the information available at the time of printing and are subject to change without notification.
Do not point a photographic lens directly at the sun. If sunlight is focused on an inflammable surface, a fire may result. Replace the lens cap when the lens is not in use. Do not use or store these products in a hot or humid environment such as the glove compartment or trunk of a car. It may damage the camera, charger, and battery which may result in burns or injuries caused by heat, fire, explosion, or leaking battery fluid. If the battery is leaking, discontinue use of the product. The camera, charger, and battery temperature rises with extended periods of use. Care should be taken to avoid burns. Burns may result if the memory card or battery is removed immediately after extended periods of use. Turn the camera off and wait for it to cool. Do not fire the flash while it is in contact with people or objects. The flash unit discharges a large amount of energy which may cause burns. Do not apply pressure to the LCD monitor. A damaged monitor may cause injury, and the liquid from the monitor may cause inflammation. If liquid from the monitor makes contact with skin, wash the area with fresh water. If liquid from the monitor comes in contact with the eyes, immediately rinse the eyes with plenty of water and contact a doctor. When using the AC adapter and charger, insert the plug securely into the electrical outlet. Do not use electronic transformers or travel adapters with the charger. The use of these devices may cause a fire or damage the product. Do not use if the AC adapter or charger cord is damaged. Do not cover the AC adapter or charger. A fire may result. Do not obstruct access to the AC adapter or charger; this can hinder the unplugging of the units in emergencies. Unplug the AC adapter or charger when cleaning or not in use.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Before you begin....3 For proper and safe use....4 Names of parts....14 Camera body.....14 Recording mode display....16 Viewfinder.....17 Getting up and running....18 Attaching the camera strap....18 Attaching a lens.....19 Removing a lens.....19 Diopter adjustment....20 Installing the monitor protection panel...20 Charging the battery....21 Installing and changing the battery....22 Battery condition indicator....23 Auto power save....23 Inserting and changing a memory card....24 Turning on the camera...25 Setting the date and time....26 Basic recording....27 Setting the camera to record images automatically...27 Handling the camera....27 Basic recording display....27 Basic recording operation...28 Focus signals....29 Special focusing situations....29 Focus lock....30 Camera-shake warning....30 Using the built-in flash...31 Anti-Shake system....32 Display button....33 Basic playback....34 Viewing images....34 Rotating images.....35 Histogram display....35 Deleting single images...36 Changing the playback display....37 Enlarged playback....38 Advanced recording.....39 Exposure-mode dial....39 Program - P.....40 Full -auto program....40 Program shift - PA/PS....41 Aperture priority - A.....42 Shutter priority - S....43 Manual exposure - M....44 Bulb exposures....45 Attaching a remote cord (optional)...45 Exposure lock - AEL button....46 About slow sync.....47 Exposure and flash compensation...48 Metering modes.....50 Camera sensitivity - ISO....51 Focus-mode dial....52 AF / MF button....53 Depth-of-field preview....53 Focus-area switch....54 Spot AF....54 Focus-area selection...55 Drive modes....56 Frames-remaining counter....56 Continuous-advance notes....57 Self-timer notes....57 Bracketing notes....58 Attaching the eyepiece cap....59 Optional viewfinder accessories...59 White balance....60 Preset white balance...60 Custom white balance...61 Color temperature...62 Memory - storing camera settings...63
REMOVING A LENS
Press the lens release all the way in and turn the lens counter-clockwise until it stops. Carefully remove the lens.
Push the holder ring toward the strap eyelet to secure the strap to the camera (3). Repeat with the other end of the camera strap.
Replace the caps on the lens and attach the body cap or another lens to the camera as soon as possible. Do not leave the interior of the camera exposed to dust or dirt. Check the body cap is clean and free from dust before mounting. Lens release
Getting up and running
The EVF has a built-in diopter that can be adjusted between 3.0 to +1.0. While looking through the EVF, turn the diopter-adjustment dial until the viewfinder focus frame is sharp.
CHARGING THE BATTERY
Before the camera can be used, the lithium-ion battery must be charged. Before charging the battery, read the safety warnings on page 4 of this manual. Only recharge the battery with the supplied battery charger. The battery should be recharged before each shooting session. See page 142 for battery care and storage.
INSTALLING THE MONITOR PROTECTION PANEL
Install the monitor protection panel by placing the top of the panel at the top of the monitor frame on the camera and lower panel until it clicks into place at the bottom.
Plug the power cord into the back of the charger unit (1). Plug the other end of the cord into a live household outlet. The included AC cord is designed for the current of the sales region. Only use the cord in the region it was purchased. For more on the AC cable, see page 114.
With the battery contacts toward the charger, align the channels on the bottom of the battery with the tabs on the charger unit. Slide the battery into the unit.
To remove the panel, lift from the bottom.
The indicator lamp (2) glows to show the battery is charging. The lamp goes out when the battery is charged. Charging time is approximately 150 minutes.
Slide and lift the battery to remove it from the charger. Unplug the power cord from the outlet.
INSTALLING AND CHANGING THE BATTERY
This digital camera uses one NP-400 lithium-ion battery. Before using the battery, read the safety warnings on pages 4 of this manual. When replacing batteries, the camera should be off. Open the battery-chamber door by sliding the batterychamber release toward the back of the camera.
BATTERY CONDITION INDICATOR
This camera is equipped with an automatic battery-condition indicator. When the camera is on, the indicator appears on the monitor. The indicator changes from white to red when battery power is low. If the monitor is blank, the battery may be exhausted.
To delete a displayed image, press the delete button; a confirmation screen opens.
Use the left/right keys to highlight Yes. No cancels the operation.
Delete this frame? Yes No
Press the controller to execute the command on the confirmation screen. The camera returns to playback mode.
Image only Index playback
The camera can play back images on a television set. See page 105 on how to connect the camera to a TV with the supplied video cable.
In index playback, the four-way keys of the controller move the yellow border to the adjacent image. When the image is highlighted with the border, the date of recording, the lock and printing status, and the frame number of the image are displayed at the bottom of the screen. The highlighted image can be deleted using the delete button (p. 36). When the display button is pressed again, the highlighted image is displayed in the single-frame playback mode. A four, nine, and sixteen image index can be displayed as well as a file browser. The index-playback format can be changed in section 1 of the playback menu (p. 82, 87).
An image can be enlarged for closer examination. The maximum magnification depends on image size from 2.4X for small images to 4.7X for large images. RAW images cannot be enlarged. Press the magnification button (1) to activate enlarged playback. The front control dial scrolls through the images. RAW images cancel enlarged playback.
This section contains detailed information on the cameras recording functions and operation. Read the sections pertaining to your interest and need.
The exposure-mode dial is used to select the exposure modes as well as memorized camera settings. See the following sections for more information on the exposure modes. While pressing the Dial Lock Release, turn the exposure dial to the appropriate position.
The rear control dial changes magnification.
The controllers four-way keys scrolls the magnification area.
Manual exposure (p. 44) Shutter priority (p. 43) Aperture priority (p. 42) Program exposure (p. 40) Full-auto program (p. 40)
The controllers four-way keys scrolls the magnified area. The locator (2) indicates the portion of the image displayed. The rear control dial changes the magnification.
:zoom :scroll area
Memory register 1 (p. 63) Memory register 2 (p. 63) Memory register 3 (p. 63) The monitor displays the active exposure mode.
Press the central button of the controller to display the entire image area. Pressing the button a second time displays the magnified image.
The frames-remaining counter indicate the approximate number of frames that can be stored in the camera buffer memory while recording. This number changes as images are captured and saved to the memory card.
Bracketing is a method of taking a series of images of a static subject in which each image has a slight variation in exposure. Exposure and flash brackets can be made. Select continuous-advance bracketing or single-frame advance bracketing with the drive-mode dial (p. 56). Continuous-advance bracketing creates a successive series of images automatically when the shutter-release button is pressed and held. The shutter-release button must be pressed for each exposure when using single-frame advance bracketing. The number of frames and the bracketing increment is displayed on the Ev scale on the monitor. This can be changed in section 2 of the recording mode menu (p. 64, 70). The bracketing order can also be set on the menu (p. 70).
When exposure brackets are made in S exposure mode, the aperture controls the bracket. In A and M exposure modes, the shutter speed controls the bracket; in M mode, pressing the AEL button during the bracket changes the exposure control to the aperture. The camera uses both the aperture and shutter speed control the bracket in P and full-auto program mode.
ATTACHING THE EYEPIECE CAP
The supplied eyepiece cap prevents light from entering through the viewfinder and affecting the exposure meter or fogging the image when using the self-timer or during long exposures.
Normal Under Over Exposure bracket: 0.3Ev / 3 frames
Carefully slide the eyepiece cup from around the viewfinder frame by pushing on each side of the cup.
Slide the eyepiece cap over the viewfinder. The cap should be attached to the camera strap to prevent loss. Replace the eyepiece cup after the exposure.
0.3 Ev bracket
0.5 Ev bracket
Guide number = -number X distance Distance = guide number / -number -number = guide number / distance 76
The interval mode makes a series of still images over a period of time, similar to time-lapse photography. Set the drive-mode dial to the single-frame advance position (p. 56) before opening the menu. Highlight setup in the interval option in section 3 on the recording menu and press the central button of the controller to open the setup screen.
Inst.Playback Setup Noise reductn Interval Setup Start
Confirm the memory card has enough storage capacity for the series by comparing the number of frames in the interval series with the number of recordable images displayed on the frame counter. Image size and quality settings can be changed to increase the number of pictures that can be saved on the memory card. Continuous AF can be used. To override the automatic systems, use manual focus (p. 52), manual exposure (p. 44), and preset or custom white balance (p. 60). Press the shutter-release button to begin the series. During the interval series, the monitor is turned off between exposures to conserve power. The access lamp glows when an image is being recorded.
Use the up/down keys or front control dial to select the parameter to change. Use the left/right keys or rear control dial to adjust the parameter. Press the central button of the controller to complete the operation. Confirm the recording menu settings, highlight the start option, and press the central button of the controller to put the camera in the interval recording mode.
Interval 30s - 60min Interval No. of frames Start time :move :sel. 2 No delay :enter 1 min
The camera stops recording and resets to the first frame when the series is complete or when the memory card is full. The use of an AC adapter is recommended when recording with long intervals or a large number of frames. To cancel the interval series, turn off the camera or press the shutterrelease button partway down.
The interval indicator appears on the monitor. After mounting the camera on a tripod, compose the image so that the subject area falls within the focus frames; the camera sets the focus, exposure, and white balance, and charges the flash just before each exposure. Interval indicator 78
A SHORT GUIDE TO PHOTOGRAPHY
Photography can be a rewarding pursuit. It is a broad and disciplined field that can take years to master. But the pleasure in making photographs and the joy of capturing a magical moment cannot be compared. The guide is an introduction to some basic photographic principles.
LIGHT SOURCES AND COLOR
The human eye adapts itself extremely well under different conditions. The paper of this manual you are reading looks white regardless of the type of lighting. Photographic systems are much less flexible. As the light source changes, so does the overall color of a scene - fluorescent office ceiling lights create a green cast to pictures, regular household tungsten light bulbs make everything red. Like your eyes, the cameras white-balance controls adjust for different lighting to make natural looking pictures. The most common source of light, our sun, changes color depending on the time of day and the atmospheric conditions. The sun is of course very warm near the horizon and very blue at noon. The daylight preset white-balance setting is for beautiful sunny days. When the weather is overcast, the color is cooler and the cloudy setting is appropriate. When the main light source is skylight, light from the blue sky rather than the direct light of the sun, the resulting color is very blue. The shade preset white-balance is designed for this condition. Artificial lighting is more consistent but shows variations. Tungsten lamps become warmer as their wattage decreases. And fluorescent lamps come in classifications that define their color. The preset white balance settings can be adjusted with the rear control dial (p. 60) to match the change in these light sources. Some artificial lighting have a discontinuous spectrum that create very unnatural color in a photograph. White balance cannot correct high-energy vapor lighting: sodium-vapor (yellow highway lights), or mercury vapor. For portraits under these lighting conditions, the flash can be used to overpower the ambient light. With landscapes containing these types of lights, set the white balance to the preset daylight setting.
To select images for DPOF printing (p. 89). To print the date of capture with each print (p. 90) To create an index print with the DPOF order (p. 90) To cancel DPOF print orders on the memory card (p. 90).
When the required menu section is displayed, use the up/down key to scroll through the menu options. Highlight the option whose setting needs to be changed.
When a marked-frames setting is chosen on a menu, the frame-selection screen appears so multiple files can be selected. The index format of the screen can be changed in section 1 of the playback menu (p. 87).
Use the up/down key to highlight the new setting. If Enter is displayed, press the central button of the controller to continue. The left/right keys of the controller move the yellow border to select the image. Press the central button of the controller to select the highlighted setting. The up key selects the frame; when selected, an indicator appears on the thumbnail. The down key deselects the image removing the indicator.
Once a setting has been selected, the cursor returns to the menu options and the new setting is displayed. Changes can continue to be made. To return to the playback mode, press the menu button.
Press the central button of the controller to complete the operation. Pressing the menu button cancels the screen and any operation made. 82
Deleting permanently erases the image. Once deleted, an image cannot be recovered. Care should be taken when using the delete function.
When a memory card is formatted, all data on the card is erased. The formatting function in section 1 of the playback menu is used to erase all data on a memory card. Before formatting a card, copy the data to a computer or storage device. Locking files will not protect them from being deleted when the card is formatted. Always format the memory card using the camera; never use a computer to format a card. When the format option is selected and entered, a confirmation screen appears. Choosing Yes formats the card, choosing No cancels the operation. Never remove the card while it is being formatted. A screen appears to indicate the card has been formatted.
Single, multiple, or all images in a folder can be deleted with the playback menu. Before an image is deleted, a confirmation screen appears; choosing Yes executes the operation, No cancels it. Only the images in the view-folder option in section 1 of the playback menu (p. 82) can be viewed and deleted with the marked frames and all-in-folder options. Delete has three options:
INDEX PLAYBACK FORMAT
The index-format option in section 1 of the playback menu can specify a four, nine, and sixteen image display for index playback (p. 37) and frame-selection screens (p. 83). A file browser can also be used in place of the index playback display mode; a 9-frame display is used for the selection screens.
9-frame index After selecting the file-browser option in the menu, press the display button in the playback mode to display the file browser. The up/down keys of the controller switch between the folder tabs and images; a tab or images is highlighted.
The left/right keys of the controller select the folder tabs or images.
Section 2 of the playback menu starts the slide-show function. This function automatically displays images every five seconds on the card or in the folder specified with the view-folder option in section 1 of the menu. Highlight Enter in the slide-show option in section 2 of the playback menu and press the center of the controller to begin the slide-show playback.
Slide show DPOF set Date imprint Index print Cancel print Enter
The DPOF-set option is used to set an order for standard prints from digital images. Single, multiple, or all images on the memory card or in a folder specified with the view-folder option can be printed (p. 85). DPOF setup has three options:
Press the central button of the controller to pause and restart the presentation. Use the left/right keys of the controller to advance to the next image or return to the previous one. To cancel the presentation, press the down key of the controller or the menu button.
Marked frames - to choose a group of images to be printed or when the number of copies for each image varies. When selected, the frame-selection screen appears (p. 83). Use the left/right keys of the controller to highlight an image to be printed. Pressing the up key marks the image with the printer indicator. The number next to the indicator indicates the number of copies of that image will be printed. Pressing the up key increases the number of copies, pressing the down key decreases the number. A maximum of nine copies can be ordered. To deselect an image for printing, press the down key until the the number of copies reaches zero and the printer indicator disappears. Continue until all the images to be printed are marked. Press the controller to create the DPOF file, or press the menu button to cancel the operation and return to the playback menu. All in folder - to select images in the folder specified by the view-folder option. All on card - to select all images on the memory card for printing. When the all-in-folder or all-on-card option is chosen, a screen appears requesting the number of copies of each image; a maximum of nine copies can be ordered. Use the up/down keys of the controller to set the number of copies. If the all-on-card option was used to create a print order, any additional images saved afterwards in the folder are not be included in the order. DPOF files created with another camera are deleted when a DPOF file is created.
This camera is supported by DPOF version 1.1. The DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) allows direct printing of still images from digital cameras. After the DPOF file is created, the memory card is simply taken to a photofinishing service or inserted into the memory -card slot of DPOF compatible printers. When a DPOF file is created, a misc. folder is automatically made on the memory card to store it (p. 126). DPOF print files cannot be made for RAW images or images using the embedded Adobe RGB color mode (p. 68).
To print the date of capture with each image with a compatible DPOF printer, turn the menu option on. To cancel date imprint, simply turn the option off. How the date is printed varies with the printer. Not all printers support this function.
OPENING THE CUSTOM & SETUP MENUS
The custom and setup menus can be accessed from both the recording and playback modes. The buttons in the top right corner of the menus are links to the other camera menus. See page 92 for information on the custom menu and page 102 for the setup menu. Setup menu Custom menu
To create an index print of all the images in the folder, set the option on. To cancel an index print, simply change the setting to off. If an index-print order is created, any additional images saved afterwards in the folder are not included in the index print. The number of images printed per sheet differs between printers. The information printed with the thumbnails can vary.
Open the menu and use the left/right keys of the controller to highlight the custom or setup buttons.
Image size Quality Color mode Digital FX
L: 3008x2000 Fine Natural: sRGB
Press the central button to display the menu. Repeat the procedure to return to the original or different menu or press the menu button to close the menu.
Camera Notes CANCEL PRINT
After the pictures have been printed, the DPOF file remains on the memory card and must be canceled manually. The cancel-print option in section 2 of the playback menu deletes the DPOF files. When the setting is selected, a confirmation screen appears; choosing and entering Yes executes the operation and cancels the print and index-print order. Two options are available: All frames C - To cancel all printing files on the memory card. All frames F - To cancel the printing file in the folder specified by the view-folder option. The control dials can move the cursor in the menus. The front dial moves the cursor up and down. The rear dial moves it left and right. The M-SET button setup option in section 4 of the custom menu allows a menu shortcuts to be made (p. 100). The menu-section memory option in section 3 of the setup menu memorizes the last menu section opened and returns to that section when the menu button is pressed (p. 110).
VIEWING IMAGES ON A TELEVISION
It is possible to view camera images on your television. The camera has a video-out terminal which can be used to connect the camera to a television using the supplied video cable.
Brightness is controlled in eleven levels. Use the left/right controller keys to adjust the brightness, the monitor adjusts accordingly. Press the central button of the controller to set the level and complete the operation. Press the menu button to close the screen without applying any changes.
Set LCD brightness Low High
1. Turn off the television and the camera. 2. Slide the terminal cover open (1) and insert the plug of the video cable into the cameras video-out terminal (2).
3. Plug the other end of the video cable into the video input terminal on the television. 4. Turn the television on. 5. Change the television to the video channel. 6. Turn on the camera and press playback button. The cameras monitors do not activate when the camera is attached to a television. The playback-mode display is visible on the television screen. 7. View images as described in the playback section. Because of the broadcast standard used to display television images, image quality and resolution will appear lower than when displayed on a computer monitor.
The data-transfer mode must be specified depending on whether the camera is used to transfer data to a computer or print images with a PictBridge compatible printer. Select the appropriate option: Data storage - to transfer data between the camera and a computer. This option must be selected when moving image files to a computer or when using the DiMAGE Viewer or DiMAGE Master software. PTP - to print images with a PictBridge compatible printer. See page 132 for more on PictBridge.
When the shutter-release button is pressed partway down, an audio signal gives a positive confirmation the AF system has focused. This signals can be turned off in section 1 of the setup menu (p. 102).
DATE AND TIME SETUP
It is important to accurately set the clock. When a still image is recorded, the date and time of the recording are saved with the image and are displayed during playback or can be read with the DiMAGE Viewer or DiMAGE Master software. When the Date/Time-set option is selected and entered in section 1 of the setup menu, the date/time screen is displayed.
Use the left/right keys of the controller or rear control dial to select the item to be changed.
The language used in the menus can be changed. Highlight the current language and press the center of the controller to open the language setup screen.
LCDbrightness Transfer mode Video output Audio signals Language Date/Time set English
Use the up/down keys or front control dial to change the item. Press the central button of the controller to complete the operation.
FILE NUMBER (#) MEMORY
Use the four-way keys of the controller to select the menu language.
Japanese English Deutsch Franais
Espaol Chinese Italiano Svenska
When file number memory is selected, if a new folder is created, the first file stored in the folder will have a number one greater than the last file saved. This allows multiple folders to be created, but the image file numbers will be in the order in which they were shot. If the file number memory is disabled, the image file name will have a number one greater than the last image saved in the folder.
File # memory Folder name Select folder New folder
Off Std. form 100KM023
Press the central button of the controller to set the language. Press the menu button to close the screen without making any changes.
If file number memory is active and the memory card is changed, the first file saved to the new card will have a number one greater than the last file saved on the previous card if the new card does not contain an image with a greater file number. If it does, the file number of the new image will be one greater than the greatest on the card.
All recorded images are stored in folders on the memory card. Folder names come in two formats: standard and date. Standard folders have an eight character name. The initial folder is named 100KM023. The first three digits are the folders serial number, which increases by one each time a new folder is created. The next two letters refer to Konica Minolta, and the last three numbers indicate the camera used; 023 indicates a Dynax 7D. A date folder name also starts with the three digit serial number and is followed by one register for the year, two register for the month, and two registers for the day: 100YMMDD. The folder 10141023 was created in 2004 on October 23rd. With the date folder format selected, when an image is recorded a new folder with the days date is created. All images recorded that day are placed in that (Date) folder. Images recorded on a different day are placed in a new folder with the corresponding date. When a new folder is created, the serial number in the image-file name is reset to 0001 unless file number memory is active. For more information on folder organization and file names, see page 126.
This allows the creation of new folders. The folder-name option in section 2 of the setup menu specifies the folder-name format. If multiple date-format folders are created, only the last folder can be used for storing images.
File # memory Folder name Select folder New folder Enter
Highlight Enter and press the center of the controller to create a new folder. The new folder name is displayed briefly. Every time a new folder is created, the folder number increases automatically by one greater than the highest folder number on the memory card.
101KM023 folder created.
The LCD monitor backlight turns off to conserve power after a certain period. Press a camera button to restore the display. This period can be set to 5, 10, 30, or 60 seconds in section 3 of the setup menu (p, 102).
File # memory Folder name Select folder New folder Off Std. form 100KM023 LCD backlight Power save Delete conf. Clean CCD Reset default 5 sec. 3 min. No
This option specifies in which folder images are saved. Only folders with a standard folder name can be selected. If the date folder name option is used, images are placed in a folder with the corresponding date of recording. Select folder is in section 2 of the setup menu (p. 102).
The camera shuts down to conserve battery power if no operation is made within a certain period. The length of this period can be changed to 1, 3, 5, 10, or 30 minutes. To restore power, press the shutter-release button partway down. When the camera is connected to the computer, the autopower-save period is set to ten minutes. This period cannot be changed.
MENU SECTION MEMORY
The camera can remember which menu section was lasted opened. If the menu section memory function is on, when the menu button is pressed, the last menu section that was last displayed is opened. When menu section memory is off, section 1 of the recording or playback menu is displayed when the menu button is pressed.
LCD backlight Power save Delete conf. Clean CCD Reset default 5 sec. 3 min. No
The battery should be fully charged before cleaning the CCD. If battery power is low, this function cannot be used. The use of the optional AC adapter is recommended over the use of the battery. Cleaning the CCD without sufficient power will cause permanent damage. Highlight Enter and press the center of the controller to begin the cleaning routine.
LCD backlight Power save MenuSec.Memory Delete conf. Clean CCD Reset default Enter
Each time a delete command is used a confirmation screen appears confirming the action to erase the image data. When this screen opens, the no button is highlighted. This function allows the yes button to be initially highlighted to make deleting images easier. Care should be taken when deleting images as the data cannot be retrieved once erased.
Read this section carefully before connecting the camera to a computer. Details on using and installing the DiMAGE Viewer software are found in the supplied software manual. These manuals do not cover the basic operation of computers or their operating systems; please refer to the manual supplied with your computer.
CONNECTING THE CAMERA TO A COMPUTER
A fully charged battery should be used when the camera is connected to a computer. The AC adapter (sold separately) is recommended over the use of batteries. For users with Windows 98, read the section on how to install the necessary driver before connecting the camera to a computer.
For the camera to be connected directly to the computer and used as a mass-storage device, the computer must be equipped with a USB port as a standard interface. The computer and the operating system must be guaranteed by their manufacturers to support USB interface. The following operating systems are compatible with the camera: Windows 98, 98SE, Me, 2000 Professional, and XP Macintosh OS 9.0 ~ 9.2.2 and Mac OS X 10.1.3 ~ 10.1.5, 10.2.1 ~ 10.2.8, 10.3 ~ 10.3.5 Compatibility with Windows XP is with the home or professional editions only. Check the Konica Minolta web site for the latest compatibility information: North America: http://www.konicaminolta.us/ Europe: http://www.konicaminoltasupport.com Users with Windows 98 or 98 second edition will need to install the driver software on the included DiMAGE software CD-ROM (p. 122). No special driver software is required for other Windows or Macintosh operating systems. Customers who have bought a previous DiMAGE digital camera and have installed the Windows 98 driver software must repeat the installation procedure. The updated version of the driver software included on the supplied DiMAGE software CD-ROM is required for the operation of the this camera with a computer. The new software will have no affect on the performance of DiMAGE cameras. A remote camera driver is supplied in the Windows edition of the DiMAGE Viewer CD-ROM. This driver is not compatible with this camera.
1. Confirm the data-transfer option in section 1 of the setup menu is set to Data storage (p. 102). Turn the camera off. 2. Start up the computer. The computer must be on before connecting the camera. 3. Slide open the video out / USB port cover. Attach the smaller plug of the USB cable to the camera. The plug should be firmly attached. 4. Attach the other end of the USB cable to the computers USB port. The plug should be firmly attached. The camera should be connected directly to the computers USB port. Attaching the camera to a USB hub may prevent proper operation.
1. 2. 3. 4. Stop the USB connection using the unplug-or-eject-hardware routine (p. 128). Turn off the camera. Change the memory card. Turn on the camera to remake the USB connection.
1. 2. 3. 4. Stop the USB connection by dragging the drive icon into the trash (p. 129). Turn off the camera. Change the memory card. Turn on the camera to remake the USB connection.
Confirm the transfer-mode option in section 1 of the setup menu is set to PTP. Connect the camera to a PictBridge compatible printer using the cameras USB cable. The larger plug on the cable is connected to the printer. Slide open the video out / USB port cover and insert the smaller plug of the cable into the camera. Turn the camera on; the PictBridge screen is displayed automatically.
No. of prints: 5 Printer setup Printer setup Printer setup Printer setup
The number of prints in the print run are displayed as well as the print parameters selected with the menu. See the menu navigation section for more information (p. 134). Press the central button of the controller to begin printing, or press the menu button to return to the PictBridge screen.
Print size: Layout: Print quality: Data print: :start
Individual still images can be selected for printing on the PictBridge screen; RAW and images with the embedded Adobe RGB color profile (p. 68) are not displayed and cannot be selected. For other printing options, see the menu navigation section on page 134. Total number of prints Number of copies
Once printing begins, the operation can be canceled by pressing the center of the controller. The printing-finished message indicates the end of the operation; turn the camera off to end the routine.
Printing finished. OK
Use the left/right keys of the controller to display the image to be printed.
NOTES ON PRINTING ERRORS
If the battery is exhausted before the print run is complete, printing is canceled. Use a fully-charged battery or the optional AC adapter. If a minor problem occurs during printing, such as the paper runs out, follow the procedure recommended for the printer; no action is required for the camera. If a major printer error occurs, press the center of the controller to end the routine. Refer to the printer manual for the correct procedure for the printer problem. Check the printer settings before starting again and deselect the images that were printed.
Press the up key to select the number of copies to be printed. To deselect an image for printing, press the down key until the number of copies reaches zero. A maximum number of fifty images can be printed. Repeat the previous steps until all the images to be printed are selected. Press the central button of the controller to continue.
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