Polaroid I532 Digital Camera, size: 6.2 MB
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|ardanos2003||8:55am on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010|
|Great Little Digital For the Price After seeing the poor reviews below, I had to come review this Polaroid i532. TERRIBLE! There are better units in this price range than the i532 Picked this up for $129, seemed like a good deal.|
|rlyons||11:15pm on Monday, May 24th, 2010|
|The camera was excellent value for money. The photos are of good quality. The images do have red eye sometimes even on the portrait setting.|
|Johnsons||3:59pm on Saturday, April 3rd, 2010|
|When we got this camera we were excited to finally have what seemed like a decent digital one to take on vacation. I am an avid photography enthusiast, and I wanted a little camera for my 8 year old son to use when we go on photo outings.|
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The camera is designed to switch off automatically to save battery life after the specified period of inactivity.
Setting the Date and Time
1. Access the setup menu.
2. Press TIME). 3. Press
SETUP MENU 1/3
SOUNDS AUTO REVIEW 3 SEC. POWER SAVE DATE & TIME LANGUAGE SELECT ENGLISH EXIT 5 MIN
4. Press the or button to select a field, such year, month, day, hour, minute, and date format.
5. Press or button to adjust the value in the field and select the date format.
DATE & TIME
2005 / 01 / 12 09:38
button to exit the menu.
7. Press the
If the batteries are removed for about two days, the TIME setting will be lost. This setting is also available in
Setting the Display Language
Under this setting, you can select the language you prefer for the LCD screen. SETUP MENU 1/3 1. Access the setup menu. SOUNDS
AUTO REVIEW 3 SEC.
2. Press the
(LANGUAGE). 3. Press the button.
desired setting. 5. Press
English Franais Espaol Portugus Italiano OK
AUTO REVIEW POWER SAVE DATE & TIME
File No. Reset Setting
Setting the file numbers in series for all taken picture on the internal memory or a memory card avoids the file name duplication when images are downloaded to a computer. 1. Access the setup menu. 2. Press the
ICON (FILE NO.).
button to select the desired setting.
FILE NO. TV OUT USB S. IMAGE FORMAT
SERIES NTSC COMPUTER
The file number of a newly-captured picture will continue from the last number used. The picture file number starts from 0001
5. Press the
Choosing a Startup Image
A start-up animation image appears on the LCD screen for a few seconds when the camera is turned on. You can choose a recorded image in your camera as your own startup image: 1. Set the camera to Playback mode.
2. Press the image.
button to select a desired
S. IMAGE USER 1 USER 2
4. Press the or button to select (S.IMAGE). 5. Press the button. 6. Access the setup menu. 7. Press the or button to select (S.IMAGE).
8. Press the
button to select the desired or 9. Press the picture. button. 10. Press The image that you choose will stored in directory as a startup image. button to exit the menu. 11. Press the
NOTE: The startup image will not be deleted even if the original image is deleted or memory is formatted.
Formatting the Internal Memory
Formatting the internal memory deletes all data stored in it.
FILE NO. TV OUT
USB S. IMAGE FORMAT
DELETE ALL FILES?
NOTE: Data deleted by a format operation is not recoverable. Make sure you do not have any useful data currently stored in the internal memory before you format it. Formatting the internal memory destroys all the pictures, even those are protected. With a memory card inserted, the above operation would format the inserted memory card only. The internal memory will not be formatted. (Playback) modes. This setting is also available in (Video) and
Resetting to Default Settings
You can easily change all the settings you made back to the camera default setting by the following steps. Please refer to Camera Default Settings on page 106 for more details. 1. Access the setup menu.
to select YES.
NOTE: The following settings do not change with this procedure: Date & Time setting Language setting TV out setting
Turning the Information Display On/Off
button each time switches the LCD screen to the next display mode in the following mode.
About Crossing Lines The crossing lines on the LCD helps check and lock the location of your subject when you frame it on the LCD screen.
3 Taking Pictures
Before you take pictures, please read this note first:
NOTE: Never remove the batteries, disconnect the AC adapter from the camera, or unplug the adapter 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
Take a single picture at approximately 2.6 inches to infinity (80 cm 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. Set the camera to the Still Image mode. 2. Frame your subject using the LCD screen.
3. Press the Shutter button halfway to set the exposure and focus. The camera automatically detects the subject. The camera highlights the focus mark in green and the Auto Focus LED remains steady on, indicating the camera focus is locked on the subject.
Auto Focus LED
Aperture value Shutter speed
NOTE: (Still Image) mode is the capture mode by default. When the camera highlights the focus mark in red and the Auto Focus LED remains blinks, there is difficulty in focusing the subject. Release the Shutter button, recompose the scene and press the Shutter button halfway to reset the focus. The LCD screen will show you the aperture value and shutter speed at which you take the picture.
4. Hold the camera steadily and slowly press the shutter button down to take your image.
Taking Pictures in Macro Mode
Use this mode to capture subjects this close to the lens: Wide End: 0.2 ~ 3.2 ft (5 cm ~ 1 m) Telephoto: 1.6 ~ 3.2 ft (50 cm ~ 1 m) 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 32.
Taking Pictures in Different Scene Shooting Modes
Select a mode that is suitable to your shooting conditions: 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Press the button to show the scene shooting mode screen.
Option PROGRAM PROTRAIT LANDSCAPE NIGHT SCENE
Description For taking general pictures Blurring the background to focus on the subject Used for the wide scenic views Shooting the subject while keeping the background night scenery
BEACH&SNOW BACKLIGHT SUNSET CLOSE-UP
Take a still image to capture moving kids
Used for the beach or snow scenery Shooting the image of backlight object by changing metering Enhance the red hue for recording sunset images Close-up shooting for small subject
Enhance the black&white contrast
4. Press the button. 5. Capture procedures are the same as for taking a picture in the normal Capture mode. See page 32.
Setting Flash Mode
Flash Range: Wide: 0.2 ~ 8.6 ft (5 cm ~ 2.6 m) Telephoto: 1.6 ~ 5 ft (50 cm ~ 1.5 m) 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Press the button to cycle through the flash settings and select the one you need. The icon (according to the flash setting you selected) will appear on the LCD screen.
The camera has five flash modes (default setting is Auto Flash). Use the flash when you take pictures at night, indoors, or outdoors in heavy shadows.
Display Option Auto flash Description The flash fires automatically as needed. Use this setting to take most pictures.
The flash fires for every picture and the flash pre-strobes before shooting to reduce red-eye phenomenon. The flash fires for every picture. Use this setting in high-contrast situations to provide fill-light or use it indoors in low light.
The flash fires regardless of the surrounding brightness. In low light conditions, slow shutter speed provides better lighting of the background that is out of range of the flash.
Setting the Photo effect.
This setting allows control over the color tones and moods of a picture. 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode.
OFF B&W SEPIA NEG. ART
3. Press the (EFFECT).
NOTE: This setting is available in Still Image and Playback modes. The mosaic effect only can be set in Playback mode.
Setting Date/Time, Display On/Off
Date and time are displayed on the picture by default. You can hide one or both of them by the following steps. 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode.
3. Press or STAMP).
Setting White Balance
Selecting the right type of white balance can help to make the color of a subject appear more natural under the type of lighting that is available. 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Press the
3. WHITE BALANCE is the current selection.
Description Automatic adjustment
Indoors, illuminated by light bulbs
Adjusts for fluorescent lighting. Corrects the green hue of fluorescent lighting. Ideal for indoor photos under fluorescent lighting without a flash
For more accurate adjustment or when the light source cannot be specified
Setting the ISO
This function enables you to change the cameras sensitivity to light by selecting the different ISO values. ISO is a measure of how quickly your camera reacts to light. The higher the ISO value, the less light the camera needs to make an exposure, allowing the same exposure to be achieved with higher shutter speeds or smaller apertures. In a digital camera, higher ISO value allows higher shutter speed, at the expense of mottled or grain appearing in the final picture.
button to select ISO.
button. The cameras sensitivity is automatically changed by different lighting value or subject brightness. In the same lighting condition, the higher the ISO value is, the faster the shutter speed will be.
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 result when shooting with backlighting, indirect indoor lighting, a dark background, and so on. 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Press the
-2 --1.0 +1 +2
3. Press the or EXPOSURE.
4. Press the setting.
NOTE: A higher EV value is better 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.
4 Recording Video Clips
Recording Video Clips
Use the Video mode to record video clips with audio. The Power / Auto Focus LED button blinks and the remaining time that can be recorded will decrease in seconds while recording. 1. Set the camera to Video mode.
NOTE: icon will appear on the LCD screen, The indicating the Video mode is activated.
2. Frame your subject using the LCD screen. 3. Press the Shutter button half-way and then completely down to start recording. 4. Press the Shutter button again to stop recording, or recording stops when the current memory is full.
NOTE: Digital zoom feature is not available in
Setting the Video size
1. Set the camera to
2. Press the (Video mode).
button to select or 3. Press the (MOVIE SIZE). 4. Press the button.
NOTE: is the default value, suitable for viewing on TV. is suitable for viewing on PC. is suitable for sending out as an attachment via e-mail.
5 Recording Audio Clips
Recording a Audio Clip
1. Set the camera to (Audio mode). 2. Press the Shutter button completely down to start recording. 3. Press the Shutter button again to stop recording or recording stops when the current memory is full.
Recording a Voice Memo for the Desired Image
1. Set the camera to the Playback mode.
VOICE MEMO ON
2. Press the or button to select the desired image where you want to add a voice memo.
4. Press the MEMO
button to start recording.
button again to stop recording.
NOTE: The voice memo cannot be added to a video clip or a protected image. You can only delete the voice memo by deleting the image. A voice memo may not exceed 30 seconds.
button to select the interval
period for each file to display.
Setting Repeat On/Off 7. Press the
to select the desired setting.
Running a Slide Show 9. Press the button to start a slide show. 10. Pressing the button pauses the slide show.
11. Pressing the
stops the slide show.
The slide show will keep running as long as there is power supply. We recommend the user to use AC power for reviewing slides.
NOTE: This function is not available for the video clips and voice recording.
Playing a Video Clip on LCD Screen
buttons to select the desired video clip.
button to start playing the video clip.
button again to pause.
button to stop the video clip.
Playing Audio Clips
1. Set the camera to the Playback mode. 2. Press the
buttons to select the desired audio clip.
button to start playing the audio clip.
button to stop playing.
Playing a Voice Memo
1. Set the camera to the Playback mode. 2. Press the and buttons to select the desired image that has the voice memo recorded.
button to start playing the voice memo.
Protecting/Unprotecting Pictures, Video and Audio Clips
1. Set the camera to the Playback mode. 2. Press
setting. 4. Press the
SINGLE LOCK ALL
PROTECT SINGLE LOCK ALL UNLOCK ALL
Protect the selected picture, video or audio clip. Protect all of the pictures, video and audio clips in the current memory. UNLOCK ALL Remove protection from all protected pictures, video and audio clips in the current memory. Protect Single Picture, Video or Audio Clip 5. Press the or button to select the picture, video or audio clip you want to protect.
button to select another one
or 7. Press the and protect it.
Protect All pictures, Video and Audio Clips 5. Press the
LOCK ALL FILES?
Remove Protection from All Pictures, Video and Audio Clips 5. Press the
UNLOCK ALL FILES?
NOTE: The icon appears on the LCD screen when you review the protected files. Protected files cannot be deleted. Remove protection before deleting. Formatting the internal memory or a SD card deletes all files, including the protected files.
button to cancel printing the Press the print job. The printer will stop printing and eject the paper.
Printing Errors If for some reason an error occurs during or before printing, press button to exit and reconfigure printing settings.
NOTE: Please refer to the printers user guide for the solutions. Printing may resume once the problem is solved.
Selecting PictBridge Mode 1. Turn on the camera. 2. Access the setup menu. 3. Press the or the desired setting.
5. Press the PRINTER. button.
Camera / Printer Connection Connecting with the USB Cable.
1. Plug the labelled end of the USB cable into the socket marked on your printer. Location of USB socket will vary from printer to printer. 2. Plug the other end of the USB cable into the USB port on your camera. PICTBRIDGE MENU 1/2
QUALITY LAYOUT PAPER SIZE
AUTO AUTO AUTO
NOTE: CONNECTING displays on the LCD screen, indicating a proper connection to the printer. Do not connect the USB cable with the camera and printer until Printer mode is enabled.
Selecting Print images 1. Access the PictBridge menu.
button 2. Press the or to select the desired setting. 3. Press the button.
PRINT IMAGE QUALITY LAYOUT PAPER SIZE
The following options are available.
Print the selected image in the cameras internal memory or a memory card according to specified settings. Print all images in the cameras internal memory or a memory card according to the specified settings.
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.
If you choose single image, press the
image, and press the
button to set the number of copies.
DivX/DivX Doctor II Advanced Digital Media Format DivX lets you play, create and share digital video by turning bulky videos into lean, mean DivX files. The DivX codec (short for compressor/ decompressor) can compress video to a convenient size without losing any noticeable quality and play those videos back on almost any device. QuickTime Player Media Playing Software (Mac Only) The QuickTime Player is an easy-to-use application for playing, interacting with or viewing any video, audio, VR, or graphic file that is compatible with QuickTime.
Computer System Requirements
For acceptable picture transferring and editing performance, we recommend the following minimum requirements;
For Windows Users
Compatible with Microsoft Windows 98SE, Me, 2000 or XP Pentium III 450MHz or equivalent processor USB Port 128MB RAM (256 MB recommended) 500MB free disk space Color monitor with high color (16-bit) graphic capability or higher CD-ROM drive Standard mouse and keyboard Stereo speakers DivX
For Macintosh Users
Mac OS Version 9.2~X PowerMac G3 or higher USB Port 128 MB RAM (256 MB recommended ) 500 MB Free disk space Color monitor with high color (16-bit) graphic capability or higher CD-ROM drive Standard mouse and keyboard Stereo speakers DivX Doctor II
10 Transferring Pictures and Video Clips to a Computer
Before Transferring Files
IMPORTANT! - FOR PC USERS BEFORE YOU CONNECT YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA TO THE COMPUTER, MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE INSTALLED THE SOFTWARE FROM THE ENCLOSED CD. PLEASE REFER TO 8 Installing the Software Onto a Computer.
Connecting to Your Computer
Connect the camera directly to your computer
1. Turn the camera Off. 2. Plug the labelled end of the USB cable into the marked socket on your computer. 3. Plug the other end of the USB cable into the port on your camera. 4. Turn on the camera and an interface New Hardware Found will show on the computer desktop. 5. A removable disk drive will be installed onto your computer automatically.
Transferring Pictures and Video Clips to a Computer
NOTE: The Mass Storage mode is the default setting when the docking is connected with a TV set or a computer. For Windows Users
NOTE: You can transfer pictures and video clips in any mode.
1. Turn on the camera 2. Connect the camera to a computer via the USB cable. 3. Double click on My Computer on your PC desktop and you will see a Removable Disk drive. 4. Double click Removable Disk -> double click DCIM-> double click any directory folder under DCIM. 5. All the pictures, video and audio clips are in the directory folder. Highlight the pictures, video and audio clips and drag them to a folder of your choice. You can also create sub folders to group them or use the Arcsoft software to edit and manage the pictures, video or audio clips.
1. Turn on the camera 2. Set the camera to Playback mode. 3. Connect the camera to Mac via the USB cable, the systems will automatically recognize the MASS STORAGE drive. (System will automatically create a Mass Storage named INTERNAL / EXTERNAL)
NOTE: This Drive name will vary from different version of Mac OS system.
NOTE: For Mac user, directly plug-in the camera, no need to install the driver.
4. Double click the folder INTERNAL / EXTERNAL to enter sub-folder DCIM. 5. Double click the folder DCIM and then any subfolder inside. 6. You can copy the pictures and video clips from this directory folder and paste to the hard disk.
11 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 i532 Camera Driver.
Polaroid i532 Camera Driver does not load.
Shut down all other applications and attempt to reinstall the driver. Check to see if the USB controller in your BIOS is activated. If this does not work contact your national customer support representative, refer to the instruction manual included with your PC. Check all cable connections are secured.
You need to install the camera driver for Windows 98SE systems.
I cannot upload images to my computer. I cannot run the Polaroid i532 Camera Driver.
My CD Installation wizard does not work.
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.
If you have another camera installed on your computer, remove it and its driver completely from your system to avoid conflicting with it.
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. Make sure the video cable is connected to the TV Video In socket.
Download and install the DivX or DivX Doctor II from CD
Disconnect the crashed network drive and reserve this drive letter for the camera.
Images do not show on TV.
The video clip (AVI) cannot be played. file
Video cable is not connected correctly.
DivX codec is not installed yet.
The camera is detected by the Windows and works properly. But a driver letter of the Removable disk is not created.
The removable disk crashes with the network drives.
I cannot activate my Digital Camera by pressing the Power switch. Camera does not turn on.
Insufficient battery power or batteries are missing
Replace with new batteries
Or Batteries are dead. Camera off. suddenly powers Auto Power activated. Off function
Orient batteries correctly. Or Recharge your batteries. Turn the camera on. Or Recharge your batteries.
Or Batteries is dead.
Image is not recorded when Camera is turned off. Or the shutter button is pressed. Flash unit is charging. Or Memory is full.
Turn the camera on.
Or Wait until flash unit charging finishes. Or Delete images you no longer need, or use another memory card.
Camera powers off during self-timer countdown.
Batteries are dead.
Recharge your batteries.
LCD screen image is out Macro mode is being used for of focus. far subjects. Or Still image mode is being used for near subjects.
Set the camera to Still Image mode. Or Set the camera to Macro mode for subjects this close to the lens: 0.2 ft - 2.6 ft (5 cm - 80 cm)
Recorded pictures are not saved in memory.
Removing the memory card before the save operation is complete.
Do not remove the memory card before the save operation is complete.
Color 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 is hanged.
Position the camera so sunlight does not shine directly onto the lens. This camera cannot display non-DCF pictures recorded onto a memory card used by another digital camera. Unprotected 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. Download and install the DivX or Divx Doctor II from CD
Self-timer File Format
Power AA alkaline battery x 2 Supply Tripod Yes Socket Connectivity With computer via USB cable (included) With TV via TV cable (included) Dimension Size: - (W) 89 mm x (D) 60.5 mm x (H) 28.1 mm Weight: Approximately 140g excluding batteries or card For Windows Users: Microsoft Windows 98SE, Me 2000 or XP: For Macintosh Users: Mac OS 9.2 ~ X
The charts below indicate the approximate numbers of pictures and length of video clips the camera can hold at each setting based on the internal memory and different capacities of SD card. Recordable Images
Resolution Quality 32MB Internal Memory 32MB SD 64MB SD
1 G SD
NOTE: 3264x2448 (Interpolation) 2560x1920 2560x1712 2304X1728 1600x1200 640x480 Polaroid i532 Digital Camera User Guide www.polaroid.com
Super fine Fine Normal
Recordable Video Length
Units: Minutes Resolution 32MB Internal Memory Video clips can be taken
5 32MB SD
6 64MB SD
12 128MB SD
25 256MB SD
53 512MB SD
106 1GB SD
NOTE: 640x480 320x240 160x120 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.
Recordable Audio Length
Memory Card Capacity 32MB Internal Memory 32MB SD 64MB SD 128MB SD 256MB SD 512MB SD 1GB SD
Length of Audio Clips Recording Time 386
Uninstalling Polaroid i532 Driver (PC only)
For Windows 98SE Users
NOTE: The following driver uninstall procedure is for Windows 98SE user only because only Windows 98SE needs to install the i532 driver.
1. Open Add/Remove Program Properties in Control Panel and select Polaroid i532 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.
FCC Notice This device complies with Part 15 of 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. Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for 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 radio 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 needed. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Shielded cable must be used with this unit to ensure compliance with the Class B FCC limits. Under the environment with electrostatic discharge, the product may malfunction and require user to reset the product.
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