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Comments to date: 7. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
gnorton 2:08pm on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010 
The service regarding delivery was superb! Delivered within 18hrs of order!! I would tell anybody who is thinking about getting this camera to think again.
vildan_sali 6:04pm on Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010 
very slimline Lovely, slimline camera which fits neatly in the hand. Brilliant for nights out.
mischoo 3:43pm on Saturday, July 31st, 2010 
this camera takes ok pictures if your still and the people you take are still no movement shots will turn out and the manufactor warranty sucks! This camera is of absolute terrible quality. The photos are grainy and there is very little flash.
Dieter Bickel 11:13am on Friday, June 25th, 2010 
This is great. It is by far the best digital camera for its cost that I have ever purchased. Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Battery Life.
wst 2:11am on Sunday, May 9th, 2010 
poor quality pictures, fetures are hard to use so this it a bad product there is so many cheaper cameras that are better than this
jimasbille 11:57pm on Sunday, May 2nd, 2010 
i got this as a christmas gift, and i dont want to make her feel bad but i found this camera be somewhat of a toy??
wrdlbrnft 3:33pm on Monday, April 26th, 2010 
As previous reviwer says, this is not worth the money. Very poor quality, and really annoying to have to keep restting flash.

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ViviCam 8225 Digital Camera

Users Manual

2009 Sakar International, Inc. All rights reserved. Windows and the Windows logo are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective companies.

Table of Contents

Introduction.....2 Key Features....2 What your camera package includes...3 Computer System Requirements for Windows XP...3 Computer System Requirements for Windows Vista...4 Computer System Requirements for Macintosh....4 A Quick Look at Your Camera....5 Preparing Your Camera for Use....6 Install lithium battery.....6 Installing SD Memory Card.....8 How to hold your camera correctly when capturing images..10 Starting Your Digital Camera.... 11 Camera Mode.....12 Video Mode.....34 Playback Mode.....37 Install the Vivitar Experience Image Manager Software...48 Connect your camera to the computer....50 Get photos and videos from your camera to your computer..51 Get started!....52 Transfer media from my camera to my computer manually (Using Windows)..53 Transfer media from my camera to my computer manually (Using Macintosh)..53 Maintenance of Your Digital Camera....54 Sakar Warranty Card.....54 Appendix A: Technical Specifications....56 Appendix B: Troubleshooting.....57

Introduction

Thank you for purchasing the ViviCam 8225 8.1 Mega-Pixel Digital Camera with Auto-Focus zoom lens. Everything you need to take quality High Definition digital photos and videos is included with your camera. Your digital camera can also be used as a removable disk when an SD card of up to 8GB is inserted into the camera. Vivitar makes capturing those special moments so easy. It enriches your life. Please read this manual carefully first in order to get the most out of your digital camera.

Key Features

Digital Video resolutions-640x480 Pixels (VGA), 320x240 Pixels (QVGA). 8.1 mega pixels camera with choice of 6 digital camera resolutions (8M) 3264x2448pixels, (7M HD) 3648x2048 pixels, (5M) 2592x1944 pixels, (3M) 2048x1536 pixels, (2M HD) 1920x1080 pixels and (VGA) 640x480 pixels. 2.4 inch TFT LCD 3x Optical Zoom Function 8x Digital Zoom Function Anti-Shake Face Detect SD memory card slot compatible with memory card up to 8GB. Built in Flash Vivitar Experience Image Manager software for uploading and managing photos and videos to or from the most popular photo sharing and social network websites.
What your camera package includes
Digital Camera Vivitar Experience Image Manager software Installation CD USB cable Quick Start Guide Strap
Computer System Requirements for Windows XP
To be able to download photos and videos to your PC, you will need the following minimum configuration: Pentium 4 processor or above with Windows XP service pack MB RAM, with 100MB of free disk space 1024 x 768 Recommended screen resolution 16-bit color or higher display adaptor CD-ROM Drive QuickTime 6 or higher Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or higher Windows Media Player 10 or higher Internet connection required
Computer System Requirements for Windows Vista
To be able to download photos and videos to your PC your will need the following minimum configuration: Windows Vista 800MHz processor and 512 MB of system memory 20GB hard drive with at least 15GB of available space Support for Super VGA graphics Available USB Interface CD-ROM drive QuickTime 6 or higher Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or higher Internet connection required
Computer System Requirements for Macintosh
Macintosh with Intel processor running Mac OS X v10.4.6 or later 256 MB RAM, 100 MB free disk space Display: 1024 x 768 or higher-resolution monitor QuickTime 6 or higher Internet connection required
A Quick Look at Your Camera
Preparing Your Camera for Use

Install lithium battery

Your digital camera needs a lithium Li-ion battery in order to operate. The battery is found separately in the packaging. To install it correctly see the diagram below: 1. Slide and open the battery door on the bottom of the camera.

2. 3. 4. 5.

Insert the battery correctly with the correct polarity facing up. Use the battery clip found in the battery compartment to make sure that the battery is sitting firmly. Close the battery door. On powering on your camera the battery icon will appear on the bottom right of the LCD screen.

Full battery power Medium battery power Low battery power
Note: 1. In order to charge your lithium battery, make sure the battery is inserted correctly and then connect your camera to an on and running PC with the USB cable provided. The red LED will light up indicating that your camera is in charging mode. The LED will switch off when your camera is fully charged after a few hours. 2. A Low battery message will flash on the LCD when the battery power is insufficient. Shortly thereafter your camera will power off. 3. 4. Please remove your battery when you dont intend to use your camera for a long time. Test photos taken with the camera should be downloaded otherwise they will be lost when the camera loses power and turns off or when the battery door is opened to replace the battery.
Installing SD Memory Card
Your camera has very limited internal memory enough to take one test photo. An external memory card is required for normal use. Your camera supports any compatible SD memory card (up to 8GB). Adding a memory card will allow you to increase the capacity of your camera before transferring the photos and videos to your PC. 1. 2. Locate the Memory Card slot situated in the battery cover at the bottom of the camera. Insert the Memory card into the slot in the correct direction.
Push the card in until you feel it click into position. An SD icon will appear on the bottom of the LCD screen after you turn on your camera. Once the external memory card is inserted into the camera all the images taken with the camera will be stored on the card.
Please make sure the card is not locked. No images can be transferred to the card if it is locked.
Note: 1. Limited internal memory is provided for test images. The images will be deleted when the camera`s power is turned off or if the batteries are removed. Please download the images before powering off. 2. If there is a photo in the internal memory when you insert the card into your camera, a Copy to card message will appear on the LCD with Yes or No options. On selecting Yes the photo will now be copied to your card. 3. 4. 5. Formatting will delete all data on the SD memory card including protected data. Dont remove the SD card during formatting as this may damage the card and render it unusable. When your card is full, download the media on the SD card to your PC and delete the photos and videos from it in order to continue using your camera to capture more high quality photos and videos.
How to hold your camera correctly when capturing images
Turn on the Power button to activate the Auto- Focus zoom lens to open out like a periscope. Hold the camera steady and correctly as shown in the diagram below. Note: Do not touch or move the lens once it opens and is in use. This will cause damage to the

Press the OK/MENU button to confirm, save and exit to the camera standby mode. The Anti-shake option icon selected will appear on the bottom of the LCD screen.

Macro/Far shooting

The camera has the function that allows you to capture objects with the Hyperfocal distance setting of either Macro very near (up to 80cm) or very Far distances.

Press the OK/MENU button

The Macro menu appears in the center of the LCD. Press the Up/Down button to select Macro On or Off.
: Macro shooting - On : Far shooting - Off
Press the OK/MENU button to confirm, save your choice and exit to the camera standby mode. The selected icon appears on the top of the LCD screen.
Note: The camera is by default in Far shooting mode.

Face Detect

Your camera supports face detecting that allows you to take better portrait photos.
The Face Detect menu appears in the center of the LCD. Press the Up/Down button to select Face Detect On or Off.
Press the OK/MENU button to confirm, save your choice and exit to the camera standby mode. The Face Detect On or Off icon selected will appear on the bottom of the LCD screen.

Self-Timer

You can include yourself in a photo by using this feature to delay the time between you pressing the Shutter button and when the photo is actually taken. It is recommended that you use a tripod or place the camera on a flat and sturdy surface when using the self-timer.
The Self -Timer menu appears in the center of the LCD. Press the Up/Down button to select one of the self timer options:

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Press the OK/MENU button to confirm, save your choice and exit to the camera standby mode. The Self-Timer icon selected will appear on the top of the LCD screen. Press the Shutter button until you see the self-timer count-down begin in the center of the green frame that appears on the LCD. Your camera will count down 2, 5 or 10 seconds as per your choice. The camera will emit beeps for each second of the countdown before the photo is automatically taken.
You can adjust the way your camera is setup with 11 setup option: Exposure, ISO, White Balance, Sharpness, Quality, Date, Auto Power off, Frequency, Language, Copy, Format and Default Setting.
The Setup menu appears in the center of the LCD. Press the Up/Down button to select one of the setup submenu options:

Exposure

This setting allows you to control the brightness of your images. 1. Press the OK/MENU button. 2. Press the Up/Down buttons to select an Exposure value (from 3 brightest to -3 darkest) from the menu that appears:

3. Press the OK/MENU button to confirm, save and exit to the camera standby mode. 4. The Exposure icon for the option you selected appears on the bottom of the LCD.
This is a special function that allows you to compensate the light conditions when the light source is not good and you also specifically do not wish to use a flash or tripod. When using ISO sensitization, please choose the low value ISO to prevent spots or blotches appearing on your photo.
1. Press the Up/Down buttons to select the ISO option in the Setup menu. 2. Press the OK/MENU button. 3. Press the Up/Down buttons to select an ISO value from the menu that appears:
4. Press the OK/MENU button to confirm, save and exit to the camera standby mode. 5. The ISO icon for the option you selected appears on the bottom of the LCD.

White Balance

This setting allows the camera to adjust the color of your photos according to the color of your light source.

1. 2. 3.

Press the Up/Down buttons to select the White Balance option in the Setup menu Press the OK/MENU button. Press the Up/Down buttons to select a White Balance option from the menu that appears:

Daylight

Cloudy

Incandescent

Fluorescent
Press the OK/MENU button to confirm, save and exit to the camera standby mode. The LCD screen will be adjusted as per the White Balance option you selected.

Sharpness

This setting allows you to adjust the sharpness of your images, making edges more or less distinct. 1. 2. 3. Press the Up/Down buttons to select the Sharpness option in the Setup menu Press the OK/MENU button. Press the Up/Down buttons to select a Sharpness option from the Menu that appears:
Press the OK/MENU button to confirm, save and exit to the camera standby mode. The LCD screen will be adjusted as per the Sharpness option you selected.

Quality

The quality of your photos also affects the number of shots you can take. A HIGH setting means you can take fewer photos, but they will be of better quality. The default value is Fine.
Press the Up/Down buttons to select the Quality option in the Setup menu. Press the OK/MENU button. Press the Up/Down buttons to select a Quality option from the menu that appears:
Press the OK/MENU button to confirm, save and exit to the camera standby mode. The Quality icon for the option you selected appears on the bottom left corner of the LCD.

This function will format the memory card and will erase all files in memory including files that have been protected. Important: Please use this function with caution. Once formatted all the images stored in the memory will be erase. This process is irreversible. Please download all images to the PC before formatting the card.
1. Press the Up/Down button to select the Format option from the Setup menu. 2. Press the OK/MENU button. 3. Press the Up/Down button to select OK to continue with the format or Cancel to exit.
4. Press the OK/MENU button to confirm. 5. If you selected OK, a Format confirmation message appears.
6. Press the Right/Left button to select Yes to format, No to exit. 7. Press the OK/MENU button to confirm and begin the format. 8. Once the SD card is formatted all the images sitting on the card will be erased and the camera will revert to the camera standby mode.

Default Setting

You can restore your camera to the original factory settings.
Press the Up/Down button to select Default Setting in the Setup menu. Press the OK/MENU button. Press the Up/Down button to select OK

4. 5. 6.

Press the Up/Down button to select OK to set to default setting or Cancel to exit. Press the OK/MENU button to confirm. If you selected OK, a Default Setting confirmation message will appear:
Press the Right/Left button to select Yes to reset to the default setting or No to exit the menu.
Press the OK/MENU button to confirm and reset the camera to the original factory settings.

Video Mode

Press the MODE button to select the Video mode. Note: The camera has limited internal memory and does not allow recording videos without an SD card inserted. An SD card (up to 8GB) needs to be inserted in order to use the video mode normally.

When the mode.

icon appears on the top left corner of the LCD screen this indicates that you are in Video
Prepare the object or subject you wish to record. Press the Shutter button to begin shooting the video. The elapse time will appear on the top right of the LCD screen and the icon LCD screen. Press the Shutter button again to stop the recording and save this file in AVI format. will flash on the
Note: 1. You can preview the AVI files in Playback mode or once downloaded to your computer by using Quick Time and Windows Media Player. 2. When the camera's memory is full, the Memory Full Insert a SD Memory Card to Transfer and Shoot More video! message will appear on the LCD screen when you attempt shoot more videos.

Either download the images to your computer using the Vivitar Experience Image Manager software as described below in the section Transfer photos and videos to your computer or insert another SD card to continue taking more videos.
The LCD will not light up when the light condition is not good.
In Video mode there are 3 setup options - White Balance, Size and Macro
You can select 5 different White Balance light conditions for shooting videos.
Press the OK/MENU button. Press the Right/Left button to select the option.
Press the Up/Down buttons to select a White Balance option from the menu that appears:
Auto Daylight Cloudy Incandescent Fluorescent
Press the OK/MENU button to confirm, save and exit to the video standby mode. The LCD screen will be adjusted as per the White Balance option you selected.
Your camera supports 2 video resolutions- 640x480 (VGA) pixels, 320x240 (QVGA) pixels.
Press the OK/MENU button. Press the Right/Left button to select the option for the Size menu to appear.
Press the Up/Down buttons to select an Image Size option from the menu that appears: VGA 640x480 QVGA 320x240
Press the OK/MENU button to confirm, save and exit to the video standby mode.
The Image Size icon selected will appear at the top of the LCD screen.

Macro/Far Shooting

The camera has the function that allows you to capture objects either at very near or very far distances. Use the Macro close up for shooting up to 80cm:
Press the OK/MENU button Press the Right/Left button to select the option for the Macro menu to appear.
Press the Up/Down buttons to select a Macro option from the menu that appears : Macro shooting - On : Far shooting - Off
Press the OK/MENU button to confirm, save your choice and exit to the video standby mode. The selected Macro icon appears on the top of the LCD screen.

Playback Mode

Press the MODE button to enter the Playback mode.

When the

icon appears on the top left corner of the LCD screen this indicates that you are in

Playback mode.

Here you can preview the photos and videos you have captured and recorded. In Playback mode you can rotate, protect, delete and crop your photos and you can protect and delete video clips. You can also print photos directly from your camera using PictBridge.
Note: The message No File Exist will appear on the LCD screen if there are no photos or videos in your camera. Press the MODE button to return to the camera or video mode and begin to take photos or videos.
Full screen to Thumbnail display
When the camera is in the Playback Mode and an image appears on the LCD screen: 1. 2. 3. 4. Press the W button. This will open up the thumbnail display. Press the Up/Down/Left/Right buttons and select a thumbnail of a photo or video. Press the OK/MENU button to display the photo or video in full screen.

Zoom In or Out of the Photo
1. 2. 3. 4. Select a JPEG photo. The icon will display on the top left corner of the LCD screen.
Press the T button to zoom into the photo. Press the Up/Down/Left/Right button to navigate around the photo.
Press the W button to zoom back out it.
Operation functions for still photos
Select the still photo you want by either selecting it in the thumbnail view first before viewing it in full screen or view the images one by one in your camera by pressing the Right/Left buttons to toggle through the images that appear on the LCD.
Select the photo you wish to rotate, protect, delete, crop or print.

Rotate

The rotate feature will only work for images on the SD card that is inserted.
Press the OK/MENU button. Press the Right/Left button to select the rotate option.
Press the Up/Down buttons to select the Rotate option from the menu that appears.
Press the OK/MENU button to confirm how many degrees you want to rotate the photo A Rotate & Saving message will appear on the screen. Please wait while the photo is rotated as per your choice.
The photo will now be rotated and saved.
Note: 1. You cannot rotate a protected file. On attempting to rotate a protected file a This File is Write-Protected message will appear on the screen. 2. No card inserted will appear on the screen if no SD card is insert. Please insert an SD memory card to use this function.

Protect

You can protect your photos/videos from accidental deletion by selecting the lock feature.
Press the OK/MENU button. Press the Right/Left button to select the protect option.
Press the Up/Down button to select the Protect options that appear in the menu.
Press the OK/MENU button. If you select Lock, a lock icon will appear at the top of the LCD for the photo or video selected.
Note: To Unlock the current file follow steps 1 through 4. Select Unlock and press the OK/MENU button to unlock the current file.

Delete

Delete unwanted photos and videos at any time in order to free up memory. You can delete one image or video clip at a time or delete all except the protected photos and videos that are currently stored and saved on the memory card.
Press the OK/MENU button. Press the Right/Left button to select the Delete option.
Press the Up/Down button to select This Image (if the image is a photo) or This Video (if the image is a video) to delete the current photo or video you selected. Select the All option to delete all unprotected (unlocked) images. Press Cancel to exit the Delete option if you do not wish to delete anything at this stage.

4. 5. 6. 7.

Press the OK/MENU button to confirm. A Delete confirmation message appears. Press the Right/Left button to select Yes or No. Press the OK/MENU button to confirm and delete the image(s).
Note: You cannot delete files that are locked. Caution: If you choice the All option, all the unprotected photo images on your SD card will be deleted. This process is irreversible and all your images will be lost forever unless you have saved them or
downloaded them to your computer previous to the deletion.

Crop Image

Crop your photos to show and save a specific portion of an image or to highlight certain focal points. The Crop feature lets you zoom in on an image and then save that part of the image as a new photo. Note: Only photos on the SD Card can be cropped.

Crop option.

Press the Up/Down button to select Crop or Cancel.
Press the OK/MENU button. A blue crop rectangle appears on the photo in the LCD screen. Press the W or T buttons to determine the size of the area to crop.

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Press the Up/Down/Right/Left buttons to navigate the area of the photo you wish to crop. Press the Shutter button for the crop confirmation icons to appear or press the OK/MENU button to exit. Press the Shutter button to confirm and save the crop or press the OK/MENU button to exit.
10. A Saving screen appears before the cropped photo is saved as a new photo to your camera`s memory card.

Print with Pictbridge

You can print the photos directly from the camera with a Pictbridge compatible printer. 1. 2. 3. 4. Select the photo you wish to print. Press the OK/MENU button. Press the Right/Left button to select the Pictbridge menu.
Press the Up/Down button and select Pictbridge to print photos or press Cancel to exit the menu.
Press the OK/MENU button to enter the Pictbridge mode.

6. 7. 8.

A message will appear on the LCD to Please connect to device. Connect your camera to a compatible printer with the USB cable provided to begin printing. Press the OK/MENU button to exit if you do not want to print.
Playing the AVI video file
1. 2. In Playback mode, press the Left/Right buttons to select an AVI video file you wish to play. Alternatively, press the W button to enter the thumbnail mode and select a video. Note: Videos have an 3. 4. 5. 6. icon on top left corner of the file or on the thumbnail.
Press the OK/MENU button for the selected video to appear in full screen. Press the Shutter button to play the current AVI file. Press the Shutter button to pause and press it again to continue playing. Press the Up button to stop playing the AVI and revert back to the Playback mode.

Note: Just as with Photos so too Videos can be protected from accidental deletion.
You can protect your videos from accidental deletion by selecting the Lock feature.
Press the OK/MENU button. If you select Lock, a lock icon will appear at the top of the LCD for the video selected.
Delete unwanted videos at any time in order to free up memory. You can delete one image or video clip at a time or delete all except the protected videos that are currently stored and saved on the memory card.
Press the Up/Down button to select This Image (if the image is a photo) or This Video (if the image is a video) to delete the current photo or video you selected.
Select the corresponding All option to delete all unprotected images. Press Cancel to exit the Delete option if you do not wish to delete anything at this stage.

5. 6. 7. 8.

Note: You cannot delete files that are locked.
Caution: If you choice the All option, all the unprotected video images on your SD card will be deleted. This process is irreversible and all your images will be lost forever unless you have saved them or downloaded them to your computer previous to the deletion.
Install the Vivitar Experience Image Manager Software
Warning: Do not plug your camera into the computer until the software installation is complete You must be connected to the internet to install and run the Vivitar Experience Image Manager software. 1. Insert the installation CD into your CD-ROM drive. The installation screen should automatically open.
On PC: The Vivitar Experience Image Manager Installer window appears. If the window does not appear, open the applications CD/DVD drive and click on Setup.bat to launch the installer.
On Macintosh: Click the icon to install the Vivitar Experience Image Manager. If you do not have internet access at the time of inserting the CD-ROM, connect to the internet and
then click the Install Vivitar Experience Image Manager button to begin the installation Note: If you do not have internet access, you can still download media from the camera. Click the How to transfer photos and videos from my camera to my computer button for instructions.
If you have internet access, the Choose your language window opens, choose your language and click Next to open the next window.

6. 7. 8. 9.

Select your camera model from the list and click Next to open the next window. Click Next to confirm your camera model selection and to install the application. Please wait while the application is being installed on your computer. Please review the license terms.

On PC: Click the I Agree button to continue. On Macintosh: Click the I accept the terms of this license agreement and then click Next to continue. 10. On PC only: Let the Vivitar Experience Image Manager installer create the folder to where the program will be installed, and then click Install. 11. Please wait while the application continues the installation process on your computer. 12. On PC: Click the Close button when the installation is complete. On Macintosh: Click the Quit button when the installation is complete. 13. Click the Launch Vivitar Experience Image Manager to open the application or close the window and run the Vivitar Experience Image Manager from your computer.
Connect your camera to the computer
1. 2. 3. Use the USB cable that came with your camera to connect your camera to your computer. Turn the camera on. The first time you connect the device to the computer you will have to wait a few seconds until the computer recognizes the device.
Get photos and videos from your camera to your computer
An SD card needs to be inserted. Do not disconnect the cable during transfer. Doing so will cancel the transfer of any files on their way to your computer. 1. Select the Get images button from the Main menu.
The Get media from device window opens. You can select to download photos, videos or both. Select your camera (removable disk) from the device window. If your camera is the only USB device connected then it will be selected automatically.
Select a location on the computer where to place the new photo and video files. Add the new photo and video files to albums if desired. Select to remove the media files from the selected device (removable disk) after the import. Click the Get media button to transfer the photos and videos from your camera to your computer. A media download progress bar appears on the bottom left showing the number of media files downloading to your computer. A message appears when the download is complete.
The photo and video files that you selected are now downloaded to your computer to the selected folder and albums ready for your use.

Get started!

Do not disconnect the cable during transfer. Doing so will cancel the transfer of any files on their way to your computer.
Maintenance of Your Digital Camera
The digital camera is a delicate device. Please handle your camera with care to avoid damaging it.

Sakar Warranty Card

This warranty covers for the original consumer purchaser only and is not transferable. Products that fail to function properly UNDER NORMAL USAGE, due to defects in material or workmanship. Your product will be repaired at no charge for parts or labor for a period of one year.
What Is Not Covered By Warranty: Damages or malfunctions not resulting from defects in material or workmanship and damages or malfunctions from other than normal use, including but limited to, repair by unauthorized parties, tampering,
modification or accident.
What To Do When Service Is Required: When returning your defective product (postage pre-paid) for service, your package should include: 1. Copy of original bill of sale 2. A detailed written description of the problem. 3. Your return address and telephone number (Daytime)
MAIL TO ADDRESS BELOW: Sakar International Attention: Service Department 195 Carter Drive Edison, NJ 08817 TECHNICAL SUPPORT For technical support issues please visit our website at www.vivitar.com. You can find manuals, software and FAQs at the website. Cant find what you are looking for? E-mail us at support@vivitar.com and one of our technical support team members will answer your questions. For phone support in the US please call 1-800-592-9541, in the UK call 4831. If you would like to call from anywhere else, please visit www.vivitar.com for your local toll free number.
Appendix A: Technical Specifications
Image Sensor CMOS Sensor 3264x2448(8MP), 3648x2048(7MP) HD, 2592x1944(5MP), Image Resolution 2048x1536(3MP), 1920x1080(2MP) HD, 640x480(VGA) Video Resolution 640X480,320X240pixels File Format JPEG/AVI External Memory SD Card (up to 8GB) LCD Display 2.4 Inch TFT Lens Auto Focus Zoom 3X 36-108mm 1:2.8-4.8 Zoom 3X Optical Zoom; 8X Digital Zoom Exposure -3.0EV ~ +3.0EV White Balance Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Incandescent , Fluorescent ISO Auto/100/200/400 Auto/Night Portrait/Night Scene Scenery/Portrait/Scenery/Sport/Party/Beach/High Sensitivity Flash Auto /Force/Red Eye Reduction/Off Self-timer 2, 5 or 10 sec delay Anti-Shake Yes PictBridge Yes Face Detect Yes Interface USB 2.0 System Requirements Windows XP/ Vista/ Mac OS X (10.4.6 or higher) Battery Lithium rechargeable battery Working Temperature 0~40

Appendix B: Troubleshooting
Q: I have taken photos and selected the Get Images button. I get a message that the images were successfully transferred but the photos do not appear on my computer. What do I do? First ensure that you have in fact taken photos. Press the Shutter button to take some sample photos and then try downloading them again. With test photos if the camera powers off before you upload them to the computer the photos are not stored in the camera`s memory. These photos should be uploaded quickly before the camera powers off. If the photos are saved to the SD memory card then all the photos should appear. Q: How do I make sure I don't lose important pictures? Your camera uses SDRAM memory, which requires a constant electric current to store your test photos. Should your camera lose power (for instance if the battery dies or run out of power) all stored pictures will be lost. This camera requires an SD card for normal use. If the camera powers off nothing will happen to the images stored on the SD memory card. We recommend always downloading your photos to your computer as soon as possible to prevent unintentional data loss. Q: I deleted images using the Vivitar Experience Image Manager. The photo was also deleted from my computer. How do I recover photos that I accidently deleted? All images deleted using the Vivitar Experience Image Manager are sent to your computer`s Recycle or Trash Bin and can be retrieved from there. A00-090513NES

 

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