Pentax Optio 33WR
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User reviews and opinions
|JR||1:08pm on Friday, August 13th, 2010|
|I do a lot of extreme traveling and this camera has seen the worst of it. Water resistant digital cameras are still surprisingly rare.|
|Ealwen||8:29am on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010|
|Size, water-resistant,takes rechargeable AA batt. & regular AA Batt., easy to understand & use controls, good pix, great software package included.|
|mol||8:41pm on Thursday, July 29th, 2010|
|I got this camera specifically for outdoor, all-weather use - whitewater boating, sailing, winter sports, and so on.|
|jagadeesh||6:58am on Saturday, July 3rd, 2010|
|We have a large digital camera that has a big zoom lens and takes excellent pictures. However it is fairly big.|
|Wade||8:13am on Tuesday, April 27th, 2010|
|Waterproof, good make, all round fairly decent Quite big, fairly expensive for the zoom/resolution|
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Handling the Camera
Always confirm that the camera is working properly when the camera has not been used for a long time, or before important occasions (weddings, trips, etc.). PENTAX is not responsible for consequential damages (costs incurred for photography, lost profits, etc.) arising from failure of this product. The lens on this camera is not exchangeable. The lens is not removable. Do not clean the product with organic solvents such as thinner, alcohol, or benzene. Do not subject to high temperatures or high humidity. Do not leave the camera in a vehicle, as the temperature can get very high. Do not store the camera with preservatives and chemicals. Storage in high temperatures and high humidity can cause molding. Remove from case and store in a dry and well-ventilated location. Do not subject the camera to strong vibrations, shocks, or pressure. Use a cushion to protect the camera from vibrations of motorcycles, automobiles, or ships. The temperature range for camera use is 0C to 40C. The LCD display may appear black under high temperatures, but will return to normal as temperatures normalize. The LCD display may respond more slowly at low temperatures. This is due to liquid crystal properties, and is not a fault. Periodic inspections are recommended every one to two years to maintain high performance. Sudden temperature changes will cause condensation on the inside and outside of the camera. Place the camera in your bag or a plastic bag, retrieving the camera after decreasing the temperature difference. Avoid contact with garbage, mud, sand, dust, water, toxic gases, or salts. These could cause a camera breakdown. Wipe dry any rain or water drops on the camera. See Precautions when using an SD Memory Card / MultiMediaCard (p.18) for details on the SD Memory Card / MultiMediaCard. Please do not press forcefully on the LCD monitor. This could cause breakage or malfunction.
This camera conforms to JIS, (Japanese Industrial Standard) Class 5 water resistant, (Direct jetting water under defined conditions shall have no harmful effect) and Class 7 water resistant, (Water shall not enter the enclosure when it is immersed in water up to 30 minutes at a depth of 1 meter.) This camera cannot be used underwater. Immediately after using the camera, be sure to carefully wipe off any water or dirt with a soft, dry cloth. Do not place the camera directly on the sand at a beach or other location. Exposure to large amounts of sand or dirt may damage the camera. The inside of the camera is not water resistant. Before using the camera, be sure the terminal cover and battery/card cover are securely closed. When replacing the battery or inserting or removing the memory card, carefully wipe off any water or dirt and open the cover in a location where the camera is not exposed to water or dirt. If water, sand, or dirt gets inside the camera, the camera may become damaged. If the camera becomes exposed to large amounts of dirt or salt water, make sure that the power is off and the terminal cover and battery/card cover are securely closed, and then carefully rinse off the camera under slowly running tap water or in a shallow basin filled with fresh water for two to three minutes. This camera should not be immersed in water for periods longer than thirty minutes at a time or exposed to extreme water pressure. Do not clean the camera with soapy water, mild detergent, or alcohol as this may reduce the effectiveness of the cameras water-resistant feature. Be careful not to expose the camera to coffee or other beverages, as this may also reduce the effectiveness of the cameras water-resistant feature. Before using the camera, be sure to wipe off any sand or debris from the waterresistant packing and the areas between the camera and the packing. Any scratches or damage to the packing or the areas between the camera and the packing or any peeling of the packing may reduce the effectiveness of the cameras water-resistant feature. If this should occur, please call the Pentax Customer Service Department. The accessories of SD card, battery, USB cable and AV cable are not water resistant.
FOR YOUR SAFETY..1 Handling the Camera..2 Water-resistant Feature...3 CONTENTS...4 Contents of This Manual..7 Checking Package Contents..8 Names of Parts...9 Names of Operating Parts..10
Attaching the Strap....11 Powering the Camera...12 Installing the Batteries...12 Using the AC Adapter...15 Installing / Removing the SD Memory Card / MultiMediaCard.16 Turning the Camera On and Off...19 Initial Settings...20 Setting the Display Language..20 Setting the Home Town...21 Setting the D.S.T. Mode...21 Setting the Video Output Format..22 Setting the Date and Time..22
Taking Still Pictures...24 Playing Back Still Pictures...26 Playing Back Images...26 Playing Back Previous or Next Images..26 Using an SD Memory Card / MultiMediaCard..28
Using the Button Functions...30 Capture Mode...30 Playback Mode...31 Setting the Menu...32 How to Set the Menus...32 Menu List...34
Setting the Capture Functions...36 Changing the Mode..36 Changing Focus Settings...37 Selecting the Flash Mode...39 Selecting the Recorded Pixels...40 4
Selecting the Quality Level...41 Adjusting the White Balance...42 Setting the Focusing Area..44 Setting the Light Metering Range...45 Setting Sensitivity...46 Setting Image Sharpness...47 Setting Color Saturation...48 Setting the Image Contrast...49 Taking Pictures...50 Program Mode...50 Picture Mode....51 Taking Panorama Pictures (Panorama Assist Mode).53 Using the Self-Timer...55 Continuous Shooting (Continuous Shooting/Multi Continuous Shooting)...56 Taking Pictures at Fixed Intervals (Interval Shoot)..57 Using the Zoom...59 Recording Sound (Voice Recording Mode).61 EV Compensation...62 Taking Movie Pictures (Movie Picture Mode)..63 Changing the Recorded Pixels Setting When Taking Movie Pictures...65 Changing the Color Mode Setting When Taking Movie Pictures.66 Taking Fast Forward Movie Pictures (Fast Fwd Movie)..67 Saving the Settings....68 Saving the Menu Items (Memory)..68
Playing Back Images...70 Playing Back Still Pictures..70 Zoom Display....70 Nine-image Display..71 Using Slideshow for Continuous Playback..72 Playing Back Movie Pictures...73 Adding a Voice Memo...74 Recording a Voice Message...75 Playing Back Sound...76 Deleting Images....77 Deleting an Image...77 Deleting All Images...79 Protecting Images from Deletion (Protect)..80 Viewing Images on a TV...81 Setting the Printing Service (DPOF)..82 Printing Individual Image...82 Printing All Images...84
Shows reference page number explaining a related operation. Shows information useful to know. Shows precautions to take when operating the camera. e CF Icons for functions available in a capture mode are shown at the beginning of a section.
Checking Package Contents
Camera Optio 33WR
Strap O-ST5 (*)
Software (CD-ROM) S-SW13
AV cable I-AVC7 (*)
USB cable I-USB7 (*)
AA Alkaline batteries (2)
(PC Connection Manual)
Viewing Your Digital Camera Images On Your PC
SD Memory Card (16 MB)
Operating Manual (this manual)
Operating Manual (PC Connection Manual)
(*) Items marked with an asterisk are also available as optional accessories. For other optional accessories, see Optional Accessories (p.105).
Names of Parts
Shutter release button Power switch Strap lug Microphone Lens Flash Self-timer lamp Water-resistant packing Battery/card cover
Terminal cover Speaker Viewfinder DC input terminal USB/AV output terminal Water-resistant packing
Names of Operating Parts
AF status lamp (green) Flash status lamp (red) Zoom/f/y button Playback Q button OK button Four-way controller MENU button )/i button b/Z button O button
Guide display A button operation guide is displayed on the LCD monitor during operation. The buttons are indicated as shown below.
Four-way controller (2) Four-way controller (3) Four-way controller (4) Four-way controller (5) MENU button Shutter release button Zoom/f/y button (Digital zoom and magnified playback only) i button Z button OK button y
Attaching the Strap
1 Getting Started Pass the narrow end of the strap through the strap lug, and attach as shown.
Powering the Camera
1 Getting Started
(Using AA batteries) (Using CR-V3)
Installing the Batteries
Install batteries in the camera. Use one CR-V3, or use two AA lithium batteries, AA Ni-MH batteries, or AA alkaline batteries. Turn off the camera when setting batteries. Wipe away water or dirt from the camera with a dry cloth before setting batteries. Do not set batteries with wet or dirty hands.
Slide the battery cover in the direction of the arrow and flip open. Insert the batteries according to the +- indicator in the battery chamber. Wipe away any sand or debris on the water-resistant packing and the areas between the camera and the packing. Close the battery cover and push horizontally to lock.
Turning the Camera On and Off
Press the power switch.
The camera will turn on. Press the power switch again to turn the camera off.
Card check feature When the camera is turned on, the camera automatically checks for a card. If there is no SD Memory Card / MultiMediaCard inside the camera, ^ appears on the LCD monitor. If the write protect switch is set to LOC, ^ appears on the LCD monitor, indicating that images and audio cannot be recorded.
Four-way controller OK button MENU button
If the initial settings screen appears when you turn the camera on, follow the procedure below to set the display language, Home Town, DST, video output format and current date and time. If the date and time that appear at the bottom right of the LCD monitor when you turn the camera on for the first time is not the current time, follow the instructions for Changing the Date Style and Date / Time (p.92) to set the correct date and time. Once the above Initial Settings are performed, the Initial Setting screens do not appear on your LCD monitor again.
Setting the Display Language
You can choose the language in which the menus, error messages, etc. are displayed from the following: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Chinese and Japanese.
Turn the camera on. Use the four-way controller (45) to select the display language.
The default setting is English.
Initial Setting Language/ City DST Video Out English NYC NTSC
Press the four-way controller (3).
The screen for setting the City will be displayed.
Exit OK OK
You can change the setting after it has been made. Refer to Changing the Display Language (p.94). 20
Setting the Home Town
You can choose the city (Home Town) in which you will use the camera.
Press the four-way controller (45) to select the desired city (Home Town).
The screen for setting the D.S.T. will be displayed.
See p.103 for the list of cities and corresponding code names. You can change the setting after it has been made. Refer to Setting World Time (p.93).
Setting the D.S.T. Mode
You can choose whether or not to display the D.S.T (Daylight Saving Time) mode.
Use the four-way controller (45) to select O (on) or P (Off).
Sensitivity Digital Zoom Interval Shoot Movie Memory Sharpness Saturation Contrast
Item Digital Filter Resize Trimming Alarm Slideshow Sets the digital filter. Changs the image size. Trims images. Sets the alarm to ring at a specified time. Plays recorded images successively. Description Refere nce p.75 p.88 p.85 p.87 p.100 p.72 Playback Message Records a voice message.
Item Format Sound Date Adjust World Time Language/ Display Screen Setting Video Out Quick Delete Quick Zoom Auto Power Off Reset Description Formats the SD Memory Card / MultiMediaCard. Sets the volume and type of button operation sound, start-up sound, shutter sound, and self-timer sound. Sets the date and time. Sets world time. Switches the language for displaying menus and messages. Sets the display information. Sets the start-up screen and background color. Sets the video output format. When this option is turned on, the Delete screen is displayed with [Delete] or [All Images] selected. For playing back images at the maximum zoom size with the Zoom button pressed only once. Tturs off the power automatically. Returns settings to defaults. Refere nce p.90 p.91 p.92 p.93 p.94 p.95 p.97 p.99 p.77 p.70 p.99 p.99
Setting the Capture Functions
Changing the Mode
Capture mode is for taking pictures. Playback mode is for playing back or erasing images and sound. Switching Between Capture Mode and Playback Mode To change from Capture mode to Playback mode, press the Playback button. To change from Playback mode to Capture mode, press the Playback button or the shutter release button halfway. 4 Taking Pictures
Selecting the Capture Mode Display the virtual mode dial to select the Capture mode. You can select from 12 Capture modes.
e H / Picture mode & J L I K. : C F Program The camera automatically sets the shutter speed and aperture for taking still pictures. Landscape Enhances your landscape photos. Enables you to take dark scenes such as night Night-Scene Mode views. Night-Scene Portrait Enables you to take portraits in dark conditions. Portrait Enhances your portrait photos. Enhances pictures taken against dazzling Surf and Snow backgrounds such as beaches or snow. p.50 Flower Enhances your flower photos. Beautiful results on pictures of sunsets or Sunset sunrises. Fireworks Enhances your fireworks photos. Snap Mode Enhances your snap photos. Movie Picture Mode You can take movie pictures. Panorama Assist You can set up and take panorama photos. Mode
Press the four-way controller (3) in Capture Mode.
The virtual mode dial is displayed.
Press the four-way controller (45) to select your desired display mode.
The selected icon is displayed in a frame.
The icon of the selected Capture mode is displayed and the camera is ready to take pictures.
When the focus mode is set to manual, the four-way controller (23) becomes the manual focus button and the virtual mode dial cannot be displayed. Press ) to select the Autofocus mode or other mode, then use the four-way controller (3) to change the mode.
The camera is ready to take the picture.
Adjusting the White Balance
Adjusts for natural coloring in your picture, according to the lighting.
F G H I J K Auto Daylight Shade The camera makes the adjustment automatically. For taking pictures outside in sunlight. For taking pictures outside in the shade. For taking pictures under standard light bulbs or other Tungsten Light tungsten light. Fluorescent For taking pictures under fluorescent light. Light For taking pictures by manually adjusting the white Manual balance.
Select [White Balance] on the [A Rec. Mode] menu. Press the four-way controller (5).
The White Balance selection screen is displayed.
Press the four-way controller (23) to change the setting. Press the OK button twice.
Saving the White Balance 1p.68
Select [K] (Manual) on the White Balance selection screen. Point your camera at white paper to fill the screen. Press the OK button.
Exit OK Adjust
The LCD monitor will display Adjusting, and return to the menu screen when the white balance is adjusted.
Setting the Focusing Area
You can change the area for autofocus (Focusing Area).
Multiple Spot Normal range The autofocus range becomes smaller.
Select [Focusing Area] on the [A Rec. Mode] menu. Press the four-way controller (45) to change the focusing area. Press the OK button.
Setting the Light Metering Range
You can choose the part of the screen to use for measuring brightness and determining exposure.
L M N Detailed measurement of entire screen to determine exposure. Measures mainly the center of the screen to determine Center-weighted exposure. Measures only the very center of the screen to Spot determine exposure. Multi-segment
Select [AE Metering] on the [A Rec. Mode] menu. Press the four-way controller (45) to change the metering mode. Press the OK button.
Saving the AE Metering Method 1p.68
You can set the Sensitivity to match the brightness of the surroundings.
Auto The camera makes the adjustment automatically. The lower the Sensitivity (smaller number), the smaller the noise and sharper the image. The shutter speed will be slower in low light conditions. The higher the Sensitivity (larger number), the faster the shutter speed in low light conditions. The image will have more noise.
Select [Sensitivity] on the [A Rec. Mode] menu. Press the four-way controller (45) to change the sensitivity. Press the OK button.
Rec. Mode Sensitivity Digital Zoom Interval Shoot Movie Memory Auto On
The only available AUTO settings are 50, 100, and 200. Saving the Sensitivity 1p.68
Setting Image Sharpness
Taking Panorama Pictures (Panorama Assist Mode)
Using the included software (ACDSee), you can easily join several images to form one panorama picture. Overlap and stitch the edges of images taken in Panorama Assist mode and create a panorama image.
Press the four-way controller (45) to select [ F (Panorama Assist)]. Press the OK button. Press the four-way controller to set the shift direction.
4 joins the images at the left. Set shift direction 5 joins the images at the right. 2 joins the images at the top. 3 joins the images at the bottom. The explanation described below indicates that 5 is set.
Take the first image.
Press the shutter release button to take the first image. The right edge of the image is displayed in half transparent form at the left of the LCD monitor.
Take the second image.
Move the camera to the right until the real image approx. coincides with the half transparent one, and then press the shutter release button for taking the second image. Repeat the same procedure for taking the third image and following pictures.
The virtual mode dial is displayed, and switch to another Capture mode to cease this Panorama mode.
It is impossible to create a panorama picture by joining images using the camera itself. Use the panorama software, ACDSee, packed together with the camera. For details on joining panorama images, see the separate booklet PC Connection Manual. Continuous shooting and interval shooting are not possible in Panorama assist mode. You need a Windows PC for joining panorama pictures. (The provided software is not Macintosh-compatible.)
CF 4 Taking Pictures
Using the Self-Timer
The picture will be taken 10 seconds after the shutter release button is pressed.
Press the four-way controller (2) to display g on the LCD monitor. Press the shutter release button.
The self-timer is engaged and the self-timer lamp lights. The picture is taken about 3 seconds after the self-timer lamp begins to blink.
The number of seconds until the picture is taken will be displayed on the LCD monitor. Pressing the four-way controller or the MENU button during the countdown display will cancel the self-timer. Playing Back Still Pictures1p.26
e 4 Taking Pictures
Continuous Shooting (Continuous Shooting/ Multi Continuous Shooting)
Pictures are taken continually while the shutter release button is pressed. There are Continuous Shooting and Multi Continuous Shooting as follows.
aj a_ Continuous Images are captured, processed, and saved one by one. Shooting Multi Continuous Pictures are taken four frames at a time and saved as a Shooting single image.
SHUTTER REC Start
Recording starts. O flashes during recording.
Recording stops. The remaining available recording time is displayed.
Playing Back Sound 1p.76 Sound is saved as a monaural WAVE file (PCM method).
Use EV Compensation when you want to intentionally over expose (brighten) or under expose (darken) your picture.
Press the four-way controller (45) in Capture Mode.
5Adjusts the exposure to over-expose (+ side), 4Adjusts the exposure to under-expose (- side).
The EV Compensation setting is displayed on the LCD monitor.
When you press the four-way controller (45) once, or when you set the setting to 0, the display will disappear in two seconds. Saving the EV Compensation Setting 1p.68
Taking Movie Pictures (Movie Picture Mode)
You can take movie pictures. The recording time for a single movie is displayed at the top right of the LCD monitor. Sound can be recorded at the same time.
You can select either 320240 or 160120 for recorded pixels in movie picture mode 1p.65
Press the four-way controller (45) to select [C (Movie)]. Press the OK button.
1 Flash OFF icon 2 Movie Picture mode icon 3 Recording time
Recording will begin. You can switch the image size using the Zoom button. x Subject becomes bigger. w Subject becomes smaller.
Recording will end. The remaining available recording time is displayed.
Recording by holding down the shutter release button If you hold down the shutter release button for one second or more, the camera will record while you hold down the button. Recording stops when you release the shutter release button.
Playing Back Movie Pictures 1p.73 The flash will not fire in Movie Picture mode. Continuous shooting and interval shooting are not possible in Movie Picture mode. The focus is fixed in movie picture mode. When shooting in Movie Picture mode, only the digital zoom can be operated.
Changing the Recorded Pixels Setting When Taking Movie Pictures
In movie picture mode, you can select either 320240 or 160120 for the number of recorded pixels (resolution). The more pixels there are, the larger the image size but the smaller the recording time.
Select [Movie] on the [A Rec. Mode] menu. Press the four-way controller (5).
The movie setup screen will be displayed.
Press the four-way controller (45) to change the recorded pixels.
Movie Recorded Pixels Color Mode Fast Fwd Movie Full Color Off
The camera is ready to record a movie.
Taking Movie Pictures 1p.63
Changing the Color Mode Setting When Taking Movie Pictures
You can record a movie picture in one of three color mode settings: fullcolor, black-and-white, or sepia.
Select [Color Mode] with the fourway controller (3).
Press the four-way controller (45) to change the color mode. Press the OK button 2 times.
Select [Slideshow] with the four-way controller (3). Use the four-way controller (45) to change the playback interval. Press the OK button.
Playback will start at the set interval.
If you press the four-way controller or any buttons, such as the MENU button, during continuous playback, the slideshow will stop. The slideshow will continue until you press any button. Movie pictures and pictures with a voice memo will be played through to the end before the next picture is played back, regardless of the set playback interval.
Choose from the following: 3 sec, 5 sec, 10 sec, 20 sec, or 30 sec.
Playback button Four-way controller
Playing Back Movie Pictures
You can play back movie pictures. A guide to operation is displayed on the LCD monitor during playback. The sound is played back at the same time.
Enter the Playback mode and choose the movie picture you want to play with the four-way controller (45). Press the four-way controller (2).
Playback will start.
The following operations can be performed during playback. Four-way controller (4) Reverse playback Four-way controller (5) Forward playback Four-way controller (2) Pauses playback. Zoom/f/y button (x) Increases the volume. Zoom/f/y button (w) Decreases the volume.
Set Msg 100-0001
The following operations can be performed while Pause is engaged. Four-way controller (4) Single frame reverse playback Four-way controller (5) Single frame forward playback Four-way controller (2) Cancels Pause. (Playback resumes.)
Playback will stop.
Press the Playback button.
The camera will return to the Capture mode.
Adding a Voice Memo
You can add a voice memo to a recorded image.
Enter the playback mode and choose the image to which you want to add a voice memo with the four-way controller (45).
If the image has no voice memo, the screen for recording a voice memo is displayed on the LCD monitor.
Press the O button.
The recorded voice memo will be played back.
A voice memo cannot be added to protected (Z) images. Images with a voice memo are indicated with U on the LCD monitor.
Recording a Voice Message
A voice memo added to an image can be set as a voice message. The O button flashes during voice message recording, indicating that there is a voice message.
Press the MENU button in Playback mode.
The Playback Mode menu is displayed.
Select [Playback Message] from the Playback Mode menu. Press the four-way controller (5).
The Voice Message Recording screen will be displayed.
Press the four-way controller (45) to select the image to be used for the voice message. Press the OK button.
The camera turns off, and the voice message is set.
Adding a Voice Memo1p.74
Playing Back a Voice Message You can play back a voice message.
The image will be displayed and the voice memo will be played back.
Turn the camera on during voice message settings to perform regular operations. Turn the camera off again to return to voice message recording. To switch from voice message recording to Capture mode, turn the camera off and then turn it on again.
Playing Back Sound
You can play back the recording you made in Voice Recording mode.
Enter the Playback mode and choose the recording you want to play with the four-way controller (45). Press the four-way controller (2).
100-0001 00:00:00 00:00:00 10/10/2003 11:20
The following operations can be performed during playback. Four-way controller (4) Rewinds and plays back the recorded sound. Four-way controller (5) Advances and plays back the recorded sound. Zoom/f/y button (x) Increases the volume. Zoom/f/y button (w) Decreases the volume.
Deleting an Image
Enter the Playback mode and choose the image you want to delete with the four-way controller (45). Press the i button.
The Delete screen will be displayed.
Select [Delete] with the four-way controller (2). Press the OK button.
You can also delete images during Instant Review (p.25). You cannot delete protected (Z) images.
Deleting a Voice Memo If an image has a voice memo (indicated with U), you can delete the voice memo without deleting the image.
Enter the Playback mode and choose the image with the voice memo that you want to delete with the fourway controller (45). Press the i button.
The Sound Delete screen will be displayed.
Select [Sound Delete] with the fourway controller (2). Press the OK button.
Sound Delete Delete Cancel
Select [Delete] in step 3 above to delete both the image and the voice memo.
Deleting All Images
You can delete all the images/sound at once.
Once deleted, images/sounds cannot be restored. You cannot delete protected images/sounds.
Enter the Playback mode and press the i button twice.
The Delete All Images/Sound screen will be displayed.
100-0001 Delete all images & sounds on the memory card? Delete All Cancel
Use the four-way controller (45) to select the number of prints, then press the four-way controller (3).
The frame will move to [Date].
Use the four-way controller (45) to select either O (On) or P (Off) for imprinting the date.
O: P: The date will be imprinted. The date will not be imprinted.
Prints can be made according to the settings.
If DPOF settings have already been made for an image, the previously set number of prints and On/Off date setting will be displayed. To cancel DPOF settings, set the number of prints to 00 and press the OK button. DPOF settings cannot be used with movie pictures. Depending on the printer or printing equipment at the photo processing lab, the date may not be imprinted on the pictures even if the DPOF setting was made.
Printing All Images
Enter the playback mode and press the four-way controller (2).
Press the four-way controller (2).
The DPOF [All Images] screen will be displayed.
Use the four-way controller (45) to select the number of prints.
You can select to print up to 99 copies.
100-0001 DPOF setting for all images Copies Date 01
Use the four-way controller (45) to select either O(On) or P(Off) for imprinting the date.
O: The date will be imprinted. P: The date will not be imprinted.
When the setting to print all images is made, the settings to print individual images will be canceled. When you specify the number of prints in the DPOF setting, the number applies to all the images. Before printing, check that the number of prints is correct. DPOF settings cannot be used with movie pictures. To cancel DPOF settings, set the number of prints to 00 for the setting for all the images.
Changing the Image Size
By changing the size and quality of a selected image, you can make the file smaller than the original. After changing the size, the image can be saved as a new image or written over the original image.
Press the MENU button. Press the four-way controller (5).
The [Q Playback] menu will be displayed.
Press the four-way controller (23) to select [Resize]. Press the four-way controller (5).
The Resize screen will be displayed.
Use the four-way controller (45) to select the image you want to resize. Press the OK button.
Always obtain a quotation for the service charge, and only after you accept the quoted service charge, instruct the service station to proceed with the servicing. This warranty policy does not affect the customers statutory rights. The local warranty policies available from PENTAX distributors in some countries can supersede this warranty policy. Therefore, we recommend that you review the warranty card supplied with your product at the time of purchase, or contact the PENTAX distributor in your country for more information and to receive a copy of the warranty policy.
7 Appendix The CE Mark is a Directive conformity mark of the European Community.
For customers in USA STATEMENT OF FCC COMPLIANCE This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Changes or modifications not approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. For customers in Canada This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference - Causing Equipment Regulations. Pour les utilisateurs au Canada Cet apareil numrique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Rglement sur le matriel brouilleur du Canada. The CE Mark is a Directive conformity mark of the European Community.
Declaration of Conformity
According to 47CFR, Parts 2 and 15 for
Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals
We: PENTAX U.S.A., Inc. Located at: th Street, Suite 300, Golden, Colorado 80401, U.S.A Phone: 303-799-8000 FAX: 303-790-1131
Declare under sole responsibility that the product identified herein, complies with 47CFR Parts 2 and 15 of the FCC rules as a Class B digital device. Each product marketed, is identical to the representative unit tested and found to be compliant with the standards. Records maintained continue to reflect the equipment being produced can be expected to be within the variation accepted, due to quantity production and testing on the statistical basis as required by 47CFR 2.909. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. The above named party is responsible for ensuring that the equipment complies with the standards of 47CFR 15.101 to 15.109.
Product Name: PENTAX Digital Still Camera Model Number: Optio 33WR Contact person: Customer Service Manager Date and Place: August, 2003, Colorado
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(PC Connection Manual)
Viewing Your Digital Camera Images On Your PC
Introduction This booklet explains how to view the images you took with the PENTAX Optio 33WR on your PC. Keep this manual in a safe place.
Regarding copyrights Images taken using the Optio 33WR that are for anything other than personal enjoyment cannot be used without permission according to the rights as specified in the Copyright Act. Please take care, as there are even cases where limitations are placed on taking pictures even for personal enjoyment during demonstrations, industrial enterprise or as items for display. Images taken with the purpose of obtaining copyrights also cannot be used outside the scope of use of the copyright as laid out in the Copyright Act, and care should be taken here also. Regarding trademarks The SD logo is a trademark. PENTAX is a trademark of PENTAX Corporation. Optio is a trademark of PENTAX Corporation. All other brands or product names are trademarks of registered trademarks of their respective companies. Apple, the Apple logo, AppleScript, the Apple Store, Mac, the Mac logo, Mac OS, Macintosh, and QuickTime are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. This product supports PRINT Image Matching II. When used in combination, PRINT Image Matching II enabled digital still cameras, printers and software help photographers to produce images more faithful to their intentions. Copyright 2001 Seiko Epson Corporation. All Rights Reserved. PRINT Image Matching is a trademark of Seiko Epson Corporation. Symbols used in this manual have the following meanings: Gives page numbers explaining related operations. Gives information that is useful to know. Gives cautions and notes about the operation. The PC screenshots in this booklet may differ from your PC, depending on your model.
Your Digital Camera: From Image Capture to Photo Prints 2 Viewing Digital Camera Images on a Windows PC 4
System Requirements... 4 Installing the Software... 5 Displaying and Copying Images to your PC. 12 Disconnecting the Camera from your PC.. 16
Viewing Digital Camera Images on a Macintosh
System Requirements... 18 Installing the Software... 18 Displaying Images on your Macintosh.. 20 Disconnecting your Camera from your Macintosh.. 21
About ACDSee Viewing using the Browser
Launching ACDSee.. 22 About the Browser.. 23 Viewing images in other folders.. 27 Sorting image files.. 28 Setting detailed display categories.. 29
Viewing a large version of an image (Viewer) Panorama Image Stitching with ACD photostitcher Printing an image
About the Viewer... 30
Printing from the Browser.. 35 Printing from the Viewer... 35 Creating and Printing contact sheets. 36
E-mailing your images from ACDSee About ACDInTouch
Your Digital Camera: From Image Capture to Photo Prints
Here are some ways to use the images captured with your digital camera. Is your computer equipped with a standard USB interface? using Windows 98/98 SE/Me/ 2000/XP as your OS? Or Mac OS 9.0 or later?
Use your monitor
Connect your camera to a TV with an AV cable to enjoy your pictures on the screen.
Connect your camera and computer with a USB cable, and copy the entire folder of camera images to your computer.
Camera Operating Manual
Use your photo shop
Have prints made from your card images at a photo shop. Set DPOF settings on your camera, and get prints from your photo shop. Camera Operating Manual Select the images for prints.
Is your computer using Windows 95/NT, Mac OS 8.6, or an earlier OS? Transfer your images using a built-in card slot + PC card adaptor or a card reader. Remove the card from the camera. When transferring images on the card to a PC with another device, make sure to review the user manual accompanying that device.
Use your image data
Use your e-mail software to attach images to e-mails, or use them on your homepage. See the operating manual of your email software for details on how to make attachments to emails. See the operating manual of the software you are using for details on how to use images on your homepage.
View Images Edit Images Save processed images E-mail Images Manipulate images Print images
* These operations also can be performed using commercially available image editing software. See the instructions provided with the software for more details.
Use your printer
Print images from your computer to your printer. Some printers can print directly from cards. For details, see the operating manual of the printer you are using.
Images sent to the computer can be saved onto a CD-R or other media.
Viewing Digital Camera Images on a Windows PC
You can use the provided USB cable (I-USB7) or a card reader to transfer your digital cameras images to the PC, and you can edit and print your images using the image viewing software. Here, the method for viewing images with the provided software (S-SW13) is explained.
The following software is included in the CD-ROM (S-SW13) provided. USB driver Image viewing/editing software (ACDSee) QuickTime
Windows 98 / 98 SE / Me / 2000 Windows XP Home Edition / Professional CPU: Pentium or higher recommended Memory: 64MB minimum Hard Disk space: 40MB minimum USB port must be standard equipment To play movie pictures, you need DirectX 8.0 or higher and Media Player (standard equipment with your OS), or QuickTime 6.0 or higher. (Media Player alone is sufficient on Windows Me / XP) You can download DirectX from the following website. www.microsoft.com/windows/directx
The software cannot be used on Windows 95/NT. We recommend using the AC Adapter D-AC5 when connecting your camera to your PC. Your image data could be corrupted if your batteries run out during image transfer.
Installing the Software
This section describes the procedures for installing the necessary software.
Installing the USB driver p.5 Installing the image processing software (ACDSee) p.10
Installing the USB driver on Windows 98/98 SE only
If you are using Windows 2000, Windows Me or Windows XP, you do not need to install the USB driver. When you connect the camera to your computer with the USB cable, your computer will automatically detect the camera as [Removable Disk].
Turn your computer on. Insert the CD-ROM (S-SW13) into the CD-ROM drive. Make sure the camera is turned off and connect it to your computer with the USB cable.
Confirm that the SD Memory Card / MultiMediaCard is inserted in the camera.
Turn your camera on.
Your computer will automatically detect the camera as new hardware and the Wizard screen will appear.
Select [Search for the best driver for your device] and click [Next].
Select [CD-ROM drive] and click [Next].
If another item has been selected, click the box to deselect it.
Confirm that [PENSSTOR.INF] is displayed and click [Next].
Installation of the driver starts.
When installation is finished, installation of the driver for the new hardware starts.
Confirm that [PENSPDR.INF] is displayed and click [Next].
When installation is finished, the Wizard window is exited.
Double-click [My Computer] on the desktop.
A removable disk will be added.
Installing the image processing software (ACDSee)
This section describes the procedures for installing ACDSee which lets you view and edit recorded images on your computer.
When multiple accounts have been setup in Windows 2000 or Windows XP, login by the authority of the administrator before installing the software.
Turn your computer on. Insert the CD-ROM (S-SW13) into your CD-ROM drive. Double-click [My Computer] on the desktop. Double-click the [CD-ROM drive (S-SW13)] icon. Double-click [Setup.exe]. Click your applicable language.
You can choose the language from the following: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese and Chinese.
The Setup screen will appear. Follow the on-screen guidance and enter the registration information. Reboot your PC after installation finish.
Click [Install Quick Time] to first install Quick Time 6.0 if a message such as the one shown on the right is displayed.
The panoramic image software Photostitcher, the image layout and printing software FotoSlate, and the image editing software FotoCanvas also are installed when you install ACDSee.
Displaying and Copying Images to your PC
An explanation of how to display / copy images using ACDSee is shown below.
Turn your computer on. Turn your camera off, and connect it to the PC with the USB cable.
The Device Detector screen is displayed automatically. If the Device Detector screen is not displayed, display/copy the images following the steps in When the Device Detector screen is not displayed. on the 13 page.
Confirm that [Copy images to hard drive] and [Launch ACDSee] are checked, and click [Next].
Confirm that [My Pictures] is selected for [Create folder in:], and click [Next].
The image is copied to the PC, and the ACDSee Browser starts.
When the Device Detector screen is not displayed.
Double-click the [ACDSee] icon on the desktop.
Double-click [My Computer].
Double-click [Removable Disk] (If the SD Memory Card / MultiMediaCard has a volume label name, then select that name).
Double-click the [DCIM] folder.
Double-click the [xxxPENTX] folder. (xxx is a 3-digit number.)
Select the image you wish to view from the Browser.
Double-click the image to enlarge (Viewer).
Select the image you wish to copy from the Browser or Viewer.
Select [Copy To] from the [Edit] menu.
The Copy Files screen is displayed.
Click [More>>], and select the target folder.
The image is copied to the PC.
Disconnecting the Camera from your PC
Windows 2000 / Me
Double-click the [Unplug or eject hardware] icon in the task bar recognized area.
The [Remove Hardware] screen will appear.
Confirm that [PENTAX USB DISK Device] is selected and click [Stop].
The [Stop Hardware Device] screen will appear.
Confirm that [PENTAX USB DISK Device] is selected and click [OK].
A message will appear.
Click [OK]. Turn off the camera and disconnect the USB cable from your camera and PC.
The computer is downloading the cameras image data with the camera is connected to the computer and the camera flash status lamp (red) is flashing. Image data may be damaged if you disconnect the camera during such conditions. In the event that an error message is displayed in Step 4, confirm that the flash status lamp has turned off and then disconnect the camera.
Double-click the [Safely Remove Hardware] icon in the task bar recognized area. Click [PENTAX USB DISK Device] and click [Stop].
Click [PENTAX USB DISK Device] and click [OK].
When a message is displayed permitting removal, turn the camera off and disconnect the USB cable from your camera and PC.
Windows 98 / 98 SE
There is no hot plug icon in Windows 98 / 98 SE. To disconnect the camera, simply turn off the camera and disconnect the USB cable.
The following software is included in the CD-ROM (S-SW13) provided. Image viewing/editing software (ACDSee)
OS: Mac OS 9.0 or higher (requires QuickTime 6.0 or higher) CPU: PowerPC 266MHz or higher Memory: 8MB minimum Hard Disk space: 6MB minimum USB port must be standard equipment
We recommend using the AC Adapter D-AC5 when connecting your camera to your PC. Your image data could be corrupted if your batteries run out during image transfer.
Install the required software as follows.
Installing the USB Driver
Many current and recent Macintosh computers will automatically recognize the camera and load their own USB mass storage drivers. When you attach the camera to your Macintosh, the camera should automatically appear on your desktop as an untitled disk drive, which you can double click to access.
Turn your Macintosh on. Insert the CD-ROM (S-SW13) in the CD-ROM drive. Double-click the CD-ROM (S-SW13) icon. Double-click the [Install ACDSee] icon. Click your applicable language.
You can choose the language from the following: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Japanese.
The Setup screen will appear. Follow the on-screen guidance to input registration information and install the software. When installation is complete, reboot your Macintosh.
If the message [CarbonLib-xxxxx could not be found] is displayed during installation, you must add the function expansion file called CarbonLib to the function expansion folder in the system folder in order to install the provided software in Mac OS 8.6 - 9.2. This error message is appeared when this function expansion file is not present or when an old version of the file is present. The latest version of the Carbon Lib is available on the Apple website. Download the file and then install it onto Mac OS. Apple website: http://www.Apple.com Contact Apple for detailed information on how to use Carbon Lib.
Displaying Images on your Macintosh
Displaying images on your Macintosh
Turn your Macintosh on. Turn your camera off, and connect it to the Macintosh with the USB cable.
The camera is recognized as [untitled] ([NO_NAME] in OS X) on the desktop. The folder name can be changed.
Double-click the [ACDSee] folder on the desktop. Double-click the [ACDSee] program icon.
An image list (Browser) is displayed.
Open the camera folder.
The camera images are in the [untitled] (or volume label name if the SD Memory Card has one) [DCIM] [XXXPENTX] (XXX is a three-digit number) folder. An image list of the camera is displayed.
Select the image to view from the image list.
Double-click the image you selected. A full-size image is displayed (Viewer).
If the SD Memory Card / MultiMediaCard has a volume label, the volume label name will be displayed instead of untitled. A new SD Memory Card / MultiMediaCard unformatted may show the manufacturer name or model number.
Copying images to your Macintosh
See your Macintosh users manual for how to copy or move files. Please copy images to your Macintosh before editing them.
Disconnecting your Camera from your Macintosh
Drag [untitled] (or the volume label name on the SD Memory Card / MultiMediaCard) to your trash. Disconnect the USB cable from your camera and your Macintosh.
ACDSee is a comprehensive software package that acquires, organizes, displays, processes, and shares digital camera images. You can use the Browser ( p.23) to acquire digital camera images efficiently. You then can organize them in your favorite way and even display them as thumbnails. You can use the Viewer ( p.30) to view a large version of a single image. Further, when you install ACDSee which is on the provided CDROM (S-SW13) on a Windows PC, the panoramic image software Photostitcher, the image layout software FotoSlate, and the image editing software FotoCanvas also are installed at the same time. Use this software to enjoy an even higher degree of freedom in your image creation, editing and processing. This manual provides explanations regarding the most basic ACDSee functions. Refer to the Help section in ACDSee for detailed information. For information on use with a Macintosh, also refer to the Help section.
ACDSee will launch and the Browser will be displayed.
To exit ACDSee
Select [Exit] from the [File] menu in the Browser or the Viewer.
Viewing using the Browser
In ACDSee, you can view images using either the Browser, which displays a list of images, or the Viewer, which display one image at a time. The Browser is displayed when you launch ACDSee.
About the Browser
Here, explanations are provided regarding Browser configuration as well as names and functions within the Browser.
Menu bar You can select and execute the various functions and settings of the ACDSee by choosing the menu items from the menu bar.
Browser toolbar Browser toolbar includes shortcut buttons for commonly used functions and tools. These buttons open dialog boxes or display further activity buttons. You can customize the toolbar by turning the button labels on or off, adding or removing buttons, and changing the size of the buttons. Navigation pane Navigation pane displays a folder tree of the folders on your computer, extra drive, or peripheral device. Navigation pane includes the Folders, Calendar, Categories, Photo Discs, and Albums tabs. You can select these tabs to display their contents in the File pane, or to organize your files and folders. Preview pane Preview pane displays the image selected in the File pane. Status bar Status bar displays information and properties for the selected folder, file or files. File pane File pane displays the contents of a folder selected in the Navigation pane as a list of files or as thumbnails. You can sort your images by such criteria as file name, file extension, file size, file date, etc. File list toolbar With these shortcut buttons, you can copy, move or delete items, select what file types or folders to display in the File pane, and sort your images. It also includes the path box that describes the location of the folder of images currently displayed in the File pane. You can customize the toolbar by turning the button labels on or off, adding or removing buttons, and changing the size of the buttons.
When these categories are not displayed, check ( you want to display in the [View] menu.
) the categories
Menu bar You can select and execute the various functions and settings of the ACDSee by choosing the menu items from the menu bar. Browser toolbar Browser toolbar includes shortcut buttons for commonly used functions and tools. These buttons open dialog boxes or display further activity buttons. Navigation pane Navigation pane displays a folder tree of the folders on your computer, extra drive, or peripheral device. Preview pane Preview pane displays the image selected in the File pane.
File pane File pane displays the contents of a folder selected in the Navigation pane as a list of files or as thumbnails. You can sort your images by such criteria as file name, file size, file date, etc.
Changing the Browser display method
You can select any of the following 6 methods to display lists of images in the Browser. Select [Mode] in the [View] menu and then select a display method from the submenu. You can choose from the following display methods. Thumb+Details Display image file thumbnails and file information in a list format. p.29) You can change the file information that is displayed. ( Thumbnails Display image file thumbnails. Large Icons Display large icons and file names. Small Icons Display small icons and file names. List Display small icons and file names in a list format. Details Display small icons and file information in a list format. p.29) You can change file information that is displayed. (
Viewing images in other folders
To view images stored in other folders, select a folder from the folder tree in the Browser Navigation pane or directly specify a folder in the path box.
Selecting a different folder in the folder tree
Folders selected from the folder tree are designated as the current folder and images from that folder are displayed in the File pane.
To display a subfolder is displayed next to the folder icon of folders that contain subfolders. Click to display the subfolders. is displayed next to folders when subfolders are displayed. Click to hide the subfolders.
Use the buttons on the Browser toolbar to select a different folder.
You can view the contents of the folder one level above the current folder by clicking in the Browser toolbar. You can view the contents of the folder displayed prior to the current folder by clicking in the Browser toolbar. When you use in the Browser toolbar to change the displayed folder, click to return to the folder displayed after the current folder.
Double-clicking the left mouse button on the row header separator will automatically adjust the row width to match the length of the list text.
Viewing a large version of an image (Viewer)
Double-click on a single image file selected in the Browser to display a full-screen view of that image.
About the Viewer
Here, explanations are provided regarding Viewer configuration as well as names and functions within the Viewer.
Viewer toolbar Viewer toolbar includes shortcut buttons for commonly used functions and tools such as the Zoom tools. You can customize the toolbar by turning the button labels on or off, adding or removing buttons, and changing the size of the buttons. Status bar Status bar displays information and properties for the selected folder, file or files. Viewer pane Viewer pane displays your images one at a time in full resolution.
When the viewer is displayed, you can close the viewer and switch to the browser by performing any of the following. Click the (close) button. Double-click on the viewer pane border. Press the [Esc] key on the keyboard.
Panorama Image Stitching with ACD photostitcher
With ACD photostitcher installed on a Windows PC, you can panorama stitch the images you took in Panorama Assist mode. The folder and image names displayed on the explanatory screenshots will differ according to the setup of your PC.
A Windows PC is necessary for panorama composition. (ACD Photostitcher is not compatible with Macintosh.) When multiple accounts have been setup in Windows 2000 or Windows XP, login by the authority of the administrator before using ACD Photostitcher.
An image list is displayed.
Select the images for panorama stitching from the image list.
Press the [Ctrl] key on the keyboard while clicking on pictures to select multiple images. After selecting the images, select [Extras] from the [Activities] menu, and select [Photostitcher] from the submenu. The [Photostitcher] is not enabled if two or more images are not selected. The images must be the same size.
Correct the image positioning.
ACD photostitcher starts, and the selected images are displayed in panorama format. Move the mouse pointer onto the image. It changes into a e symbol. Hold down the left mouse button and drag the images to adjust the stitching position. When the position is adjusted, click the [STITCH] button.
2 Click the [STITCH] button.
1 Click and drag to adjust position
Select the stitching method.
You can choose the stitching method from [Big Plane] and [Cylinder]. Here, you will create a flat panorama. Click the [Big Plane] button. A confirmation message is displayed. Click [OK].
Click [Big Plane].
Click [OK] and continue if a screen like the one shown left is displayed.
Trim the image.
Move the mouse pointer onto an image. It changes into a symbol. Hold down the left mouse button and drag the dotted lines to adjust the image trimming position. When the position is adjusted, click the [Trimming] button.
2 Click the [Trimming] button.
1 Trim the image.
Save the image.
After confirming your trimming, click the [Save] button to save the image. To cancel the trimming, click the [Cancel Trimming] button. When you are done, close ACD photostitcher and ACDSee.
Click the [Save] button.
[Cancel Trimming] button
Printing an image
You can print image files from the Browser or the Viewer.
Printing from the Browser
You can print one or more images from the Browser.
Select one or more images.
To print several images, press the [Ctrl] key on the keyboard while clicking on pictures to select multiple images for printing.
Select [Print Images] from the [File] menu.
The Print dialog box is displayed.
Select or change the printing options. Click [Print].
Printing from the Viewer
You can print the currently viewed image, or all images that reside in the same folder as the currently viewed image.
Select [Print Image] from the [File] menu to print the currently viewed image. or Select [Print All Images] to print all images in the same folder.
To insert the date and print and image
You can insert the date into an image file and print it. Date insertion settings are done in the Print dialog box.
Select the [Caption] tab in the Print dialog box. Check the [Print image original date] check box.
Creating and Printing contact sheets
You can create and print contact sheets of your images. You can add captions to each image, page headers and footers, and control thumbnails size.
In the Browser, select a group of images.
Press the [Ctrl] key on the keyboard while clicking on pictures to select multiple images for printing.
Select [Print Contact Sheet] from the [File] menu.
The Print Contact Sheet dialog box is displayed.
Select or change the printing options. Click [OK].
For more information about creating and printing contact sheets, click the Help button in the Print Contact Sheet dialog box.
E-mailing your images from ACDSee
You can send images directly from the ACDSee without using an external e-mail application. (E-mail account setup is required. See the ACDSee Help section for details.) Image files are converted to JPEG format then attached to an e-mail and sent. Images are compressed before transmission when the file size is large but no changes are made to the original image.
E-mail function is not compatible with Macintosh.
In the Browser, select a image or a group of images.
To select several images, press the [Ctrl] key on the keyboard while clicking on pictures to select multiple images.
Select [Share] from the [Activities] menu, then select [E-mail].
The Send E-mail dialog box is displayed.
Input the required information. Click [Send].
For more information about e-mailing your images, click the Help button in the Send E-mail dialog box.
An error message may be displayed and you may not be able to send mail if your mail server security is set to a high level.
ACDInTouch uses the Internet to display the latest information about ACDSee. You can access information related to special offers, free digital imaging resources, newsletters, subscriptions, and more.
To connect to ACDInTouch
Select [ACDInTouch] from the [Help] menu.
The Connect to ACDInTouch dialog box is displayed.
Click [Connect Now].
About the ACDInTouch services
2-36-9,Maeno-cho, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo 174-8639, JAPAN (http://www.pentax.co.jp/) PENTAX Europe GmbH (European Headquarters) Julius-Vosseler-Strasse, 104, 22527 Hamburg, GERMANY (HQ - http://www.pentaxeurope.com) (Germany - http://www.pentax.de) PENTAX U.K. Limited PENTAX House, Heron Drive, Langley, Slough, Berks SL3 8PN, U.K. (http://www.pentax.co.uk) PENTAX France S.A.S. 12/14, rue Jean Poulmarch, 95106 Argenteuil Cedex, FRANCE PENTAX Benelux B.V. (for Netherlands) Spinveld 25, 4815 HR Breda, NETHERLANDS (http://www.pentax.nl) (for Belgium & Luxembourg) Weiveldlaan 3-5, 1930 Zaventem, BELGIUM (http://www.pentax.be) PENTAX (Schweiz) AG Widenholzstrasse 1 Postfach Dietlikon, SWITZERLAND (http://www.pentax.ch) PENTAX Scandinavia AB P.O. Box 650, 75127 Uppsala, SWEDEN (http://www.pentax.se) PENTAX U.S.A., Inc 600 12th Street, Suite 300 Golden, Colorado 80401, U.S.A. (http://www.pentax.com) PENTAX Canada Inc. 3131 Universal Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L4X 2E5, CANADA (http://www.pentaxcanada.ca)
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