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8.0 Megapixel Digital Camera i835 Users Manual
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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Shutter button Power on LED Flash Self-timer LED / AF LED Microphone Power button Speaker USB port Lens
10.Zoom out/ Thumbnail button 11.Mode button 12.Self-timer / Up button 13.Macro / Left button 14.LCD screen 15.LCD screen on/ off button 16.Scene mode button 17.Zoom in button 18.Flash LED 19.Menu button 20.Wrist strap holder 21.Flash / Right button 22.OK button 23.Delete / Down button 24.Tripod mount 25.Battery / SD card door
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Table of Contents
Product Overview...2. Table of Contents...3. 1 2 3 Getting Started...6 Camera Package Contents..7 Attaching the Wrist Strap..8. Installing and Removing the Battery..8 Using Your Batteries...9 Checking the Battery Level..10 Turning the Camera On and Off..10 Camera Settings..11. Checking Camera Status..11 Capture Modes...11 Playback Mode...14. Camera Modes...15. How to Navigate Menus..15. Setup Menu...16 Setting Date and Time..17 Setting Auto Power Off..18 Setting the Beep Sound On / Off..19 Adjusting volume control...19. Setting the Display Language..20 Setting the Date Stamp On / Off..21 Adjusting the LCD Brightness...21. Turning Sequence Number On / Off..22 Resetting to Default Settings..23 Cancelling the Startup Image..24 Choosing the Media for Storage..25 Turning the Information Display On/Off..26 Taking Pictures...28 Taking Pictures in Normal Mode..28 Taking Pictures in Macro Mode..30 Taking Pictures in Different Scene Shooting Modes.31
Setting Face Tracking..34 Setting Smile Detection...35. Setting Flash Mode...37. Setting Self-timer...39 Setting the Picture Resolution and Compression.40 Setting the Sharpness...43 Zoom Feature...44 Turning Digital Zoom On and Off...46 Turning the Auto-focus Assist Beam On and Off..47 Specifying the Quick Review Period...48 Setting Focus Area...49 Setting Blink Detection...50. Setting Exposure Compensation..51 Setting ISO...52. Setting White Balance..53. Setting Shutter Speed..54. Setting Light Metering...55. Recording Video Clips...56 Recording Video Clips..56 Setting Video Resolution...57 Setting Exposure Compensation for Video Clips.58 Setting White Balance for Video Clips..59 Managing Pictures and Video Clips..60 Reviewing Pictures...60 Reviewing Pictures and Video Clip Files in Thumbnail..60. Magnifying & Trimming the Displayed Picture..61 Playing a Video Clip on LCD Screen..61 Protecting/Unprotecting Pictures and Video Clips..62 Running a Slide Show..63 Copy to a Memory Card...64 Copy from a Memory Card..65 Deleting Pictures or Video Clip..66 Image Cropping...68. Dynamic Lighting...69 Red-eye Removal...70. Saving Your Pictures Using SAVE..71. Saving Your Pictures Using SAVE AS..72.
Exiting Editing Menu...73 Viewing Pictures and Video Clips on a TV..Print Settings...75. About PictBridge...75 About DPOF...Using the SD (Secure Digital) Card..85 Using the SD Card...85. Formatting a SD card.. Installing the Software onto a Computer..89 Installing the Software...89 Software Included with Your Camera..91 About ArcSoft Panorama Maker 4..92. Computer System Requirements..96.
9 Transferring Pictures and Video Clips to a Computer.97 Before Transferring Files..97. Connecting to Your Computer..97. Transferring Pictures and Video Clips to a Computer.Troubleshooting Problems.. 100. 11 Getting Help... 103 Polaroid Online Services.. 103 ArcSoft Software Help... Appendix.... 104. Technical specifications.. 104 Storage Capacities... 106. Uninstalling Polaroid i835 Driver (PC only).. 109 Camera Default Settings... 110. Tips, Your Safety & Maintenance.. 112 Regulatory Information.. 112.
1 Getting Started
Thank you for selecting the new Polaroid i835 digital camera for your imaging needs. Incorporated with Polaroids sophisticated technology, your exquisitely compact camera will offer a powerful range of high-end, easy-to-use functions. It will allow you to capture those special occasions with life-like clarity and beautiful color renditions. Outstanding features that your i835 digital camera has: A high quality glass lens system for well exposed sharp pictures from 0.5m to infinity including a 4X digital zoom modes Built-in flash with four modes (Auto, Red-eye reduction, Off and Always on) Adjust your pictures resolution for printing or emailing Automatic white balance and exposure compensation to suit lighting conditions PictBridge capability to plug-and-print your images Large 3.0 inch LCD screen for easier image preview and review.
Camera Package Contents
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Quick Start Guide
Polaroid i835 Camera Driver (PC) Arcsoft Panorama Maker 4 (PC & Mac) ArcSoft PhotoStudio 5.5 (PC) / 4.3 (Mac) ArcSoft VideoImpression 2 (PC & Mac) Adobe Acrobat Reader (PC & Mac) User Guide (in PDF format)
The CD-ROM includes
2 x AA Battery
Attaching the Wrist Strap
Installing and Removing the Battery
1. Open the camera battery door by pushing it outwards as illustrated. 2. Insert the batteries as shown. 3. Close the battery door by pressing it downwards then slide it back to lock.
4. To remove the batteries, slide the battery lock in the direction of the arrow and the batteries will eject out of the battery slot. 5. Pull the batteries with your finger in the direction of the arrow.
Using Your Batteries
Our laboratory testing has shown that our digital camera models comply with industry standard battery consumption levels (Camera & Imaging Products Association commonly known as CIPA). All digital cameras are high drain products. For the best performance and prolonged battery life, we recommend the use of high capacity batteries designed for such applications. Here are some helpful hints to extend battery life considerably by limiting the following activities: Reviewing the pictures on the LCD Screen Using the optical viewfinder (if your camera has one) to frame the subject when taking pictures Excessive use of the flash Remove batteries from your camera when not in use to prevent battery leakage. WARNING! Batteries should be replaced by an adult. Use recommended or equivalent type of batteries only. Insert the batteries in the correct orientation. Remove exhausted batteries from the camera immediately. Do not short the supply terminals. Please dispose of the batteries properly. Do not touch the lens when the camera hangs due to low battery. Please replace the batteries and power on the camera. These instructions should be retained for future reference.
Checking the Battery Level
Check the battery power level before taking pictures. 1. Turn on the camera. 2. Check the battery power level that appears on the LCD screen. Battery power is full. Battery power is adequate. Battery power is low. Batter power is exhausted. Please replace the battery.
Turning the Camera On and Off
1. Press the (POWER) button until the Power on LED screen turns on. 2. Press the (POWER) button again to turn the power off.
2 Camera Settings
Checking Camera Status
Turn on the camera, view the cameras LCD screen to check which camera settings are active. Those particular features whose icons are not displayed are not activated.
Still Image Mode
15 No. Description Capture Mode Flash Mode Self-timer and Burst Macro Mode
12 Icon Ref. Page 11
No. 11 12
Description Number of Remaining Pictures Image Resolution Compression Sharpness Internal Memory/ SD Card Focus Frame Shaking Warning Battery Power Level Aperture Value and Shutter Speed Optical & Digital Zoom Bar Digital Zoom Factor Histogram Light Metering Shutter Speed X 2448 , , / , ,
Ref. Page ------10
This indicates the aperture size and shutter speed the camera has calculated for an image. For example, f5.2 @ 1/8 second. X 1.0. X 4.0
1 AUTO 2 4
Exposure Compensation Value
No. 1 2. 7 Video Mode Recording Indicator Recording Time Video Size Battery Power Level Optical Zoom Bar White Balance 00:01:30 640x480 320x240 Description Icon Ref. Page 56 ------59
No. Description Playback Image Protect File Number Resolution Displayed Date and time Battery Power Level Playback Video Play Time Stop Play and Pause / 00:00:05 100-X 2448 2007/01/01 00:30 Icon Ref. Page --------61 61
The camera has three working modes, Capture mode, Playback mode and Video mode. Pressing the mode button switches among these modes.
Turning the Information Display On/Off
Press the button each time switches the LCD screen to the next display mode in the following mode.
LCD Screen On/Off Button
3 Taking Pictures
Before you take pictures, please read this note first:
NOTE: Never remove the batteries while a picture is being saved. Doing so will prevent the current picture from being saved and may corrupt other pictures already stored on the cameras internal memory or a memory card.
Taking Pictures in Normal Mode
You can take pictures at approximately 1.6 feet (50cm) to infinity.
NOTE: Most settings are saved by the camera when the power is turned off, so that the same setting is automatically available when the power is turned on again. Make sure you verify your settings when turning the camera on again.
1. Press the button to set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Frame your subject using the LCD screen. 3 Hold the camera steady and slowly press the shutter button down to take your image.
Auto Focus LED
(Still Image) mode is the capture mode by default. The LCD screen will show you the aperture value and shutter speed at which you take the picture. If the shutter speed is slow or that the image maybe blurred, the shake warning icon may appear on the LCD screen. To avoid this situation, the use of a tripod is recommended or turn on the flash.
4. Hold the camera steady and slowly press the shutter button down to take your image.
Taking Pictures in Macro Mode
Use this mode to capture subjects close to the lens: Wide Angle: 0.3 ~ 1.6 ft (10 cm ~ 50 cm) Telephoto: 1.1 ~ 2.6 ft (35 cm ~ 80 cm) 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Press the button and the icon appears on the LCD screen. 3. Capture procedures are the same as for taking a picture in the normal capture mode. See page 28.
Taking Pictures in Different Scene Shooting Modes
Selecting a mode to suit your shooting conditions: 1. Press the button to set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Press button to access scene mode. button to select the
3. Press the or desired setting.
Scene Mode Button
Manual set parameters for the scene
NOTE: Capture procedures are the same as for taking a picture in the normal capture mode.
Option Automatic Manual Digital Image Stabilization Face Tracking Smile Detection Landscape Portrait Sport Night Landscape Night Portrait Sunset Children Pet Collection Flower Food Fireworks
Description Use this setting for most scenes - the camera decides the camera settings Allows your to manually setup your cameras settings Use to minimize the effect of camera shake and subject movement. Used for finding human faces in the picture. Used for locating smiles in your pictures. Used for taking scenic pictures Used for one person picture with background out of focus Used at sporting events to capture subjects moving Used for taking long distant subjects at night Used for many subjects in picture with background out of focus Used for sunset scene Used for brightly lit scenes when children are moving Used for taking pictures of pets Used for taking pictures of paintings in Macro mode without flash Used to take close-up pictures of flowers Used to take pictures of food with increased color Used to pictures of fireworks
Party Snow & Beach Autumn Leaves Soft Flowing Water Splashing Water Text Panorama Sepia B&W Vivid Neutral Red Filtered Green Filtered Blue Filtered
Used for taking indoor pictures of many people Used for taking pictures with snow or beach scenes Used for taking pictures in the autumn season Used for taking pictures of moving water in bright light Used for taking pictures of splashing water in bright light Used for taking pictures of black and white text with increased contrast Used for taking panoramaic pictures from left to right. Used for taking pictures to produce an antique (brownish) look Used for taking black-and-white pictures Used for taking pictures to produce increased contrast and color saturation Used for taking pictures for a neutral scene Used for taking pictures to produce a reddish picture Used for taking pictures to produce a greenish picture Used for taking pictures to produce a bluish picture
Setting Face Tracking
1. Press the button to set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Press button to access scene mode. button to select
3. Press the or Face Tracking. 4. Press the selection.
Used for tracking human faces in the pictures
NOTE: The camera uses the single AF window to automatically set the focus. When the shutter button is pressed halfway, the camera starts focusing until it locks onto your subject. When in focus, the focus frame will turn green. If your subject is not in focus, the focus frame will turn red. Release the shutter button and press the shutter button halfway down again until it turns green. Press the shutter button all the way down to take you picture. Face tracking is powered by Arcsoft. In some photographic scenes, the face tracking function may not be available.
Setting Smile Detection
This Feature is based on Face Tracking. When you use smile capture, you need to set the face tracking feature on first. 1. Press the button to set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Press button to access scene mode. button to select button to confirm your
Smile Detection Mode
Used for taking pictures automatically when subject is smiling
3. Press the or Smile Detection. 4. Press the choice.
5. Half press the shutter button to start the smile detection feature. 6. The camera auto detects faces that are close to the centre of the screen and displays the AF frames (up to 5 frames). 7. Camera will search for smiles on faces. 8. When all detected faces smile, the camera will take the pictures without you having to fully press the shutter button.
NOTE: There is a 2-second time-out to detect the smiles. If no smile is detected after 2 seconds, the camera will not take photos. Should this happen, you must press the shutter button and press it again to capture smiles in your image.
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2. Press the 3. Press the (Resolution). 4. Press the
button to enter menu bar. or to select
Compression Sharpness Digital Zoom AF- assist Beam
5. Press the or the desired setting. 6. Press the choice.
Compression setting 1. Press the button to set the camera to Still Image mode.
2. Press the
button to enter menu bar. to select ICON
3. Press the or (Compression). 4. Press the
Digital Zoom AF- assist Beam
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5. Press the or desired setting. 6. Press the choice.
The chart below indicates the approximate numbers of pictures you can expect the camera to hold at different resolution and quality setting based on the 32MB internal memory. You can expand memory using a Polaroid SD memory card. Please refer to Capacity of SD Card on page 106 for further details.
Compression Resolution 3264 X X X X X x 504 Super Fine Fine Normal
Scene complexity affects a pictures file size. For example, a picture of trees in autumn has a larger file size than pictures of blue sky at the same resolution and quality setting. Therefore, the number of picture or the length of video clips you can store on a memory card may vary. The number of pictures on the LCD screen is for reference only.
Setting the Sharpness
Use the sharpness setting to highlight or blend the edges of subjects in pictures. 1. Press the button to set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Press the 3. Press the (Sharpness). 4. Press the button to enter menu bar. or to select
Resolution Compression Sharpness Digital Zoom AF- assist Beam
Strong Normal Soft
STRONG Increases contrast on the edge of the picture. Image color noise (grain) may occur in the recording image. NORMAL The edges of the image are sharp, this is suitable for printing. SOFT Softens the edge of the picture, creating a soft focus effect.
There are two types of zoom in this camera: optical zoom and digital zoom. Optical zoom alters the focal distance , and its factor range is 1X to 3X. Digital zoom is activated after you reach the maximum optical zoom (3X). It enlarges the part of the image at the centre of the image screen. Digital zoom factor range is 1X to 4X. These zoom features let you zoom in the central area of an image and photograph only the enlarged portion of the picture.
NOTE: Using the digital zoom may cause a slight decrease in image quality.
Zoom In and Out the Image 1. Press the button to set the camera to Still Image mode.
2. Press the to zoom in the subject, or press the button to return to original zoom status. While you press the or button, a yellow square will appear on the zoom status bar as illustrated. The yellow square in the bar indicates the zoom status. T stands for Tele and W stands for Wide. Keep the button pressed, and the camera will switch from optical zoom to digital zoom when it reaches the maximum optical zoom.
button to confirm your The camera uses the single AF window to automatically set the focus. When the shutter button is pressed halfway, the camera starts focusing until it locks onto your subject. When in focus, the focus frame will turn green. If your subject is not in focus, the focus frame will turn red. Release the shutter button and press the shutter button halfway down again. Keep your subject centered on the LCD display. When the best focus position has been selected, a green graphic will be displayed on the LCD screen. The camera uses three AF windows (left, centre and right) to automatically set the focus. When the shutter button is pressed halfway, the camera starts focusing until it locks onto your subject. When the best focus position has been selected, a green graphic will be displayed on the LCD screen.
Setting Blink Detection
NO MORE CLOSED EYES IN YOUR PICTURES. This feature allows the camera to detect when the subjects eyes are open. The camera still take the pictures when the subjects eyes are not open. After you take blinked pictures, there would be a red frame on the subjects faces. When you playback the pictures, there will exist an exclamation mark and a triangle to sign the blinked pictures. 1. Press the button to set the camera to Still Image mode.
2. Press the 3. Press the (Blink). 4. Press the
NOTE: Blink detection is active only for Auto, Manual, Face Tracking, Portrait, Sport, Night Portrait, Children, Party Mode.
Setting Exposure Compensation
You can adjust the exposure compensation value (EV) within the range of -2EV to +2EV in order to compensate for current lighting conditions. This setting can be used to obtain better results when shooting with backlighting, indirect indoor lighting, a dark background, and so on. 1. Press the button to set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Press the button. Exposure. button to select the button to confirm your
3. Current option is 4. Press the or desired setting. 5. Press the choice.
NOTE: A higher EV value is used for light-colored and backlit subjects. A lower EV value is better for dark-colored and shooting outdoors on a clear day. When shooting under very dark or very bright conditions, you may not be able to obtain satisfactory results even if performing exposure compensation.
Setting the ISO
Setting Shutter Speed
1. Press the button to set the camera to Still Image mode. (See page 31) 2. Press the button. button to select button to select the button to confirm your
3. Press the or Shutter Speed. 4. Press the or desired setting. 5. Press the choice.
NOTE: You can only adjust the shutter speed by using the camera in the Manual mode.
Setting Light Metering
Use the light metering setting to ensure that the proper amount of light enters into the camera lens. 1. Press the button to set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Press the button. button to select
3. Press the or Light Metering. 4. Press the or desired setting. 5. Press the choice.
Description Evaluates the lighting conditions throughout the picture to give an optimum picture exposure. Ideal for general picture taking. Evaluates the lighting conditions of the subject centered on the LCD screen. Ideal for backlit subjects. Similar to Centre, except the metering is concentrated on a smaller area of the subject centered on the LCD. Ideal when an exact exposure of a specific area in the picture is needed.
4 Recording Video Clips
Recording Video Clips
1. Press the Use the Video mode to record video clips together with audio. button to set the camera to (Video mode).
NOTE: The icon will appear on the LCD screen, indicating the Video mode is activated.
2. Frame your screen. 3. Press the recording.
4. Press the Shutter button again to stop recording, or recording stops when the current memory is full. 5. Press the or or out the subject. button to zoom in
NOTE: Digital zoom feature is not available when recording video.
Setting Video Resolution
Video resolution refers to the number of pixels in a digital video clip. Video clip quality depends on the file resolution that the camera applies when the video clip is recorded. Higher resolution makes better quality while occupying more memory space. 1. Press the button to set the camera to (Video mode). 2. Press the 3. Press the (Resolution). 4. Press the button. button to select button to enter. button to select
NOTE: Please refer to the printers user guide for the solutions. Printing may resume once the problem is solved.
List of Error Messages
PAPER IS EMPTY PAPER IS NOT LOADED PAPER IS NOT EJECTED MEDIA ERROR PAPER IS JAMMED PAPER IS NEARLY EMPTY PAPER TYPE IS NOT SUPPORTED INK EMPTY INK LOW WASTE INK RESERVOIR FULL HARDWARE FATAL ERROR PRINTER IS BUSY PRINTER IS OCCUPIED COVER IS OPENED NO MARKING AGENT INK COVER IS OPENED NO INK CARTRIDGE SPECIFIED INFO IS TOO LARGE FILE DECODE ERROR Paper cassette runs out of paper. Paper is not loaded or incorrectly loaded. Paper is not ejected correctly. Paper is not detected, paper is skewed, or roll paper cannot be cut or torn off The paper is jammed during printing. Paper cassette almost out of paper. Paper type or size is not supported by the printer or paper found in the printer does not match request. Ink cassette is out of ink. Ink cassette is almost empty. Waste ink reservoir is full. A serious error occurs with the printers hardware. The printer is busy with other print jobs from another source. The printer is performing maintenance or occupied by other external device. The printers cover is open or not securely closed. Some print information is missing during printing, e.g. missing print head. The printers ink cover is open or not securely closed. No ink cartridge is loaded. Image information is too large to process. Picture format of specified image cannot be decoded.
Selecting PictBridge Mode 1. Press the button to set the camera to Playback mode. 2. Press the button and press the button to enter print setting. or button to select the 3. Press PICTBRIDGE option. Camera / Printer Connection 4. Plug Series A of the USB cable into the marked socket on your printer. Plug USB of the USB cable into the port on your camera. Location of USB socket will vary from printer to printer.
5. System will enter Pictbridge menu automatically.
Please Connect To Device Device Is Connected
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NOTE: DEVICE IS CONNECTED displays on the LCD screen, indicating a proper connection to the printer. Do not connect the USB cable to the camera until PictBridge is enable and when prompted by the PLEASE CONNECT TO DEVICE screen. Or if you already have connected the cable to the camera, do not plug into printer until prompt to do so. Not following this sequence will result in connection failure.
Selecting Print Settings 1. Press or print mode. button to select the
This Image All Images All Index
2. The following options are available.
THIS IMAGE Print the selected image in the cameras internal memory or a memory card according to specified settings. Use the left or right button to designate the image you want to print before selecting the print settings. Print all images in the cameras internal memory or a memory card according to the specified settings. All images in the cameras internal memory or a memory card are given an index and printed according to the specified settings.
ALL IMAGES ALL INDEX
NOTE: Print settings are configured for images only. Make sure there are no video clips or other file besides images in the memory before printing. Not all printers will support all these print options. Please refer to the printer user guide for options available.
3. Press the
button to select the print settings.
Off On A4
Number of Copies Print Layout File Name On/Off Date Stamp On/Off Paper Size
Select a setting item using the up or down button and select setting contents using the left or right button.
NOTE: The cameras print settings are not supported by some printers. The LCD screen shows those settings that are available for the currently connected printer.
Specifying the Number of Copies Press the or button to specify the number of copies (from 1 to 99) you want to print for the selected image or all images.
NOTE: 01 is the default setting.
Selecting Print Layout 1. Press the or N-UP LAYOUT.
2. Press the or button to specify the number of printed images on a page. DEFAULT 1/2/4/6/8 BORDERLESS
Print settings differ according to the printer model. Specify the number of printed images on a page. Print right to the edge of the page.
Setting the File Name On/Off 1. Press the or button to select FILE NAME. 2. Press the or button to select DEFAULT, ON or OFF.
DEFAULT Print settings differ according to the printer model. ON Add the file name to the printed image. OFF Print without the file name.
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Setting the Date Stamp On/Off 1. Press the or button to select DATE STAMPING. 2. Press the or button to select DEFAULT, ON or OFF. DEFAULT ON OFF
Print settings differ according to the printer model. Add the date stamp to the printed image. Print without the date stamp.
Selecting Paper Size 1. Press the or button to select SIZE. 2. Press the or button to select the paper size. The following paper sizes are supported: 8 x 10, 4 x 6, A4, A6, 11 x 17, B5, postcard, full and default. DEFAULT
10 Troubleshooting Problems
The troubleshooting guide is designed to help you. If problems continue, please contact customer support. Details are provided under Getting Help.
I receive an error message when I am installing Polaroid i835 Camera Driver.
Polaroid i835 Camera Driver does not load.
Shut down all other applications and attempt to reinstall the driver. Check to see if the USB in your BIOS is activated. Please refer to Polaroid web site to activate the USB in the BIOS. Check all cable connections are secured. You need to install the camera driver for Windows 98SE systems. If you have another camera installed on your computer, remove it and its driver completely from your system to avoid conflicting with it. * For Win98se/Me user: Go to the computer desktop. Right click on My Computer. Click Properties. Select Device Manager. Double click on CD_ROM, double click on CD-R (normally the manufacturers name. Click on Settings. Ensure both Auto insert notification and the disconnect are ticked. If you change the settings the computer will ask you to restart your PC. Click Yes. * For WinXP user: Go to the computer desktop. Double click on My Computer. Right click CD Driver and select Properties. Click Autoplay. Ensure Prompt me each time to choose an action is ticked. Click OK to exit. * For Win Vista user: Go to Control Panel / Hardware and Sound / AutoPlay, then set Software and games to Install or run grogram or Ask me every time. Click Save button to exit.
I cannot upload images to my computer.
Connection failure. Camera Driver is not installed. Conflict with another camera driver or capture device. The auto installation file is switched off or The CD-ROM is disconnected.
I cannot run the Polaroid i835 Camera Driver. My CD Installation wizard does not work.
Images are not shown on TV. The video clip (AVI) file cannot be played. The camera is detected by the Windows and works properly, but a driver letter of the Removable disk is not created. I cannot activate my Digital Camera by pressing the Power switch. Camera does not turn on.
Video cable is not connected correctly. DirectX version is lower than 9.0 The removable disk crashes with the network drives.
Make sure the video cable is connected to the TV Video In socket. Install DirectX 9.0 or above. Visit http://www. microsoft.com/directx for more details. Disconnect the crashed network drive and reserve this drive letter for the camera.
Insufficient battery power or battery is missing. Battery is correctly. not oriented
Recharge the battery or install the battery.
Or Battery is dead. Camera suddenly powers off. Auto Power Off function is activated. Or Battery is dead. Camera is turned off. Or Flash unit is charging. Or Memory is full. Battery is very low. Macro mode is being used for far subjects. Or Still image mode is being used for near subjects. Removing the memory card before the save operation is complete.
Orient the battery correctly. Or Recharge the battery. Turn the camera on. Recharge the battery. Turn the camera on.
Image is not recorded when the shutter button is pressed.
Or Wait until flash unit charging finishes. Or Delete images you no longer need, or use another memory card. Recharge the battery. Set the camera to Still Image mode. Or Set the camera to Macro mode for subjects this close to the lens: Wide Angle: 0.3 ft~ 1.6 ft (0.1 m ~ 0.5m) Telephoto: 1.1 ft ~ 2.6 ft (0.35 m ~ 0.8 m) Do not remove the memory card before the save operation is complete.
Camera powers off during self-timer countdown. LCD screen indicates image is out of focus.
Recorded pictures are not saved in memory.
Colour of the playback pictures is different from the picture on the LCD screen during recording. Pictures are not displayed.
Sunlight or light from another source is shining directly into the lens during recording. A memory card with non-DCF pictures recorded with another camera is loaded in the camera. All the pictures in memory are protected. The LCD screen is frozen or the camera stopped responding.
Position the camera so sunlight does not shine directly onto the lens. This camera cannot display nonDCF pictures recorded onto a memory card used by another digital camera. Unprotect the pictures you want to delete. Remove and re-install the battery or batteries to reset the camera. Your valuable data stored in the camera will not be lost.
I cannot erase pictures. There is no response from the camera while pressing any buttons.
LCD screen does not appear on the screen of the connected television
There is a problem with the camera-TV connection Or TV setup is wrong Or Video system is incompatible.
Use the optional video cable to connect the camera to the TV Or Consult the documentation of the TV and put it in its video mode Or Select the proper video output system. Change to NTSC or PAL.
Images do not display in color on TV.
Wrong system selection.
Please also refer to the help files & User Guides that accompany the enclosed applications. For further information and support, please visit our website: http://www.polaroid.com
11 Getting Help
Polaroid Online Services ArcSoft Software Help
For United States ArcSoft HQ Support Centre (Fremont, CA 94538) Tel.: 1-510-979-5599 Fax: 1-510-440-7978 E-mail: email@example.com Web: http://www.arcsoft.com/en/support/ For Europe ArcSoft Europe Support Centre (Ireland) Tel.: +353-(0) 61-702087 Fax: +353-(0) 61-702001 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org For Japan ArcSoft Japan Support Centre (Tokyo) Tel.: +81-3-5795-1392 Fax: +81-3-5795-1397 E-mail: email@example.com Web: http://www.arcsoft.jp For Latin America E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Resolution 3264X2448 Quality Internal Memory 3072 X 2816 X 2048 X 1600 X 640 X 504 32MB SD 64MB SD 765 1276
128MB SD 1564 2607
256MB SD 314 88
512MB SD 6323 9998
1G SD 9998 9998
2G SD 9998 9998
3072 X 2304
2816 X 2112
2048 X 1536
1600 X 1200
640 X 480
The limitation of image amount even using a SD card is 9998.
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Recordable Video Length
Memory card Capacity 32MB Internal Memory Resolution 640x480 320x240 32MB SD 640x480 320x240 64MB SD 640x480 320x240 128MB SD 640x480 320x240 256MB SD 640x480 320x240 512MB SD 640x480 320x240 1GB SD 640x480 320x240 2GB SD 640x480 320x240 Video clips can be taken
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NOTE: Scene complexity affects a pictures file size. For example, a picture of trees in autumn has a larger file size than a picture of blue sky at the same resolution and quality setting. Therefore, the number of pictures and length of video clips you can store on a memory card may vary.
Uninstalling Polaroid i835 Driver (PC only)
For Windows 98SE Users: PC
NOTE: The following driver uninstall procedure is for Windows 98SE user only because only Windows 98SE needs to install the i835 driver.
1. Open Add/Remove Program Properties in Control Panel and select Polaroid Digital Camera program, then click Add/Remove. 2. The following dialogue box appears, please click Yes to confirm removing the camera driver. 3. The un-installation program runs automatically, please restart your computer when it is finished.
Camera Default Settings
Camera Mode Still Image Mode Description Image Resolution Compression Sharpness Digital Zoom AF-assist Beam Quick Review Focus Area Blink Flash Mode Exposure Compensation ISO White Balance for Pictures Shutter Speed Light Metering Scene Mode Video Mode Video Resolution White Balance for Video Clips Exposure Default 3264 X 2448 (8MB) Super Fine Normal Off Off 2 Sec Single AF Off Auto 0 Auto Auto Auto Average Auto 640 X 480 Auto 0
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