Casio Exilim EX-Z600
This wall and car 2-in-1 battery charger kit charges the battery of Casio Exilim EX-Z500, EX-Z55, EX-Z57, EX-Z600, EX-Z600BE. Its slim, lightweight design makes the charger extremely convenient for travel use and it is one of the most compact battery chargers on the market. The home and car travel rapid charger charges battery in approximately 1 to 2 hours based on the battery capacity. Dimensions: 3.25 x 1.75 x 1.5 inch; Weight: 2.4oz. The charger is certified by CE & RoHS.
Part Numbers: Casio NP 40 AC charger M35, Casio.NP.40.AC.charger.M35
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User reviews and opinions
|Mazz0||9:54am on Saturday, September 25th, 2010|
|I have own this camera for 2 years. I am still very happy with it. I am not new to photography.|
|kaithu||10:54pm on Friday, September 24th, 2010|
|Quality Piece of Kit Great camera - everything about it is fantastic. Style, build quality, size, ease of use, speed! All 5 out of 5. excelent camera Ok i just bought this camera today it is great for £150 out of jessops (very cheap!!) big 2.7" screen (yay!! Excellent leather case used with Casio EX-Z60 Bought this case for use with a Casio Exilim EX-Z60.|
|TjbYwDWeWG||6:15pm on Saturday, August 21st, 2010|
|Ease of Use, Battery Life, Picture Quality and Spectrum, Video Abilities, Large Display, Thin Design Rugged Carrying Abilities|
|MarkusBaumeister||11:25am on Thursday, August 12th, 2010|
|I bought two I bought my first EX-Z600 three years ago. The main features I liked were fast on, fast shutter response, long battery life.|
|D Walker||8:14pm on Friday, June 18th, 2010|
|Compact size, large LCD, superb battery life, anti-shake mode, good picture quality. small, fast start up, effective blurr control, big and bright LCD screen, SD card storage. smallness may contribute to being dropped.|
|olf||5:47pm on Monday, June 7th, 2010|
|Broken camera I was really disappointed that the camera did not work. I had several functions coming up that I needed it for! Casio rip-off My camera went bad from a VERY COMMONLY reported manufacturing defect "camera stabilizer is not available" error message in the model I ...|
|upoh||9:10am on Monday, May 10th, 2010|
|I bought this camera the Christmas of 2006, a... Small, portable, large viewfinder, easy navigation, point and shoot.|
|schodek1||1:16pm on Tuesday, April 27th, 2010|
|This Pojnt and Shoot camera has given me remarkable results in basic features of my pocket camera: a) I took over 1000 Pictures before I needed to re...|
|elektroschock||5:50pm on Friday, April 9th, 2010|
|I have own this camera for 2 years. I am stil... Takes great pictures. 6 meg is more than enough for most purpose. I have own this camera for 2 years. I am still very happy with it. I am not new to photography.|
|gspaier||5:45pm on Monday, April 5th, 2010|
|Casio Z600 have great functions. Unique body style with graceful color. Contains zippy performance. Anti-shake capabilities but with some noise.|
|kferreri||5:30pm on Monday, March 22nd, 2010|
|I bought this camera 2 week ago,for me,its a worth money money.suitable for beginner like me.Cheers!|
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To select your Home Time zone To set the current time and date Changing the Date Format To display the World Time screen To configure World Time settings 162
To configure print settings for a single image To configure print settings for all images Date Printing 184
Using World Time... 162
Editing the Date and Time of an Image. 163 Changing the Display Language.. 164 Changing the Brightness of the Monitor Screen.. 165 Changing the USB Port Protocol.. 166 Configuring [ ] (REC) and [ ] (PLAY) Power On/Off Functions.. 167 Formatting Built-in Memory.. 168
Using PictBridge or USB DIRECT-PRINT.. 180 PRINT Image Matching III.. 185 Exif Print.. 185
VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER
Using the Camera with a Windows Computer. 186 Using the Camera with a Macintosh Computer. 194 Using a Memory Card to Transfer Images to a Computer... 198 Memory Data.. 199
DCF Protocol Memory Folder Structure Image Files Supported by the Camera 201
Menu Reference.. 218 Indicator Lamp Reference.. 221 Troubleshooting Guide.. 224
If you have problems installing the USB driver. Display Messages 229 230
USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER
Selecting the Software You Need Computer System Requirements Managing Images on a PC Retouching, Reorienting, and Printing a Snapshot Playing a Movie Viewing User Documentation (PDF Files) User Registration Exiting the Menu Application Selecting the Software You Need Computer System Requirements Managing Images on a Macintosh Playing a Movie Viewing User Documentation (PDF Files) To register as a camera user 216 217
Using the Camera with a Windows Computer. 203
Using the Camera with a Macintosh Computer. 213
INTRODUCTION IMPORTANT! The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any damage or loss resulting from the use of this manual. CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any loss or claims by third parties which may arise due to the use or malfunction of the EX-Z600. CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. shall not be held liable for any damages or losses suffered by you or any third party due to the use of Photo Loader and/or Photohands. CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any damage or loss caused by deletion of data as a result of malfunction, repairs, or battery replacement. Be sure to back up all important data on other media to protect against its loss. Note that the example screens and product illustrations shown in this Users Guide may differ somewhat by the screens and configuration of the actual camera. The SD logo is a registered trademark. Windows, Internet Explorer, Windows Media, and DirectX are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
I Test for proper operation before using the camera!
Before using the camera to record important images, make sure you first record a number of test images and check the results to ensure that the camera is configured correctly and operating properly.
I Data Error Precautions
Your digital camera is manufactured using precision digital components. Any of the following creates the risk of corruption of data in file memory. Removing the battery or memory card, or setting the camera onto the USB cradle while the camera is performing a record or memory access operation Removing the battery, removing the memory card, or placing the camera onto the USB cradle while the operation lamp is still flashing green after you turn off the camera Disconnecting the USB cable, removing the camera from the USB cradle, or disconnecting the AC adaptor from the USB cradle while a data communication operation is being performed Low battery power Other abnormal operations Any of the above conditions can cause an error message to appear on the monitor screen (page 230). Follow the instructions provided by the message to eliminate the cause of the error.
I Operating conditions
This camera is designed for use in temperatures ranging from 0C to 40C (32F to 104F). Do not use or keep the camera in the following areas. In areas subject to direct sunlight In areas subject to high humidity or dust Near air conditioners, heaters, or other areas subject to temperature extremes Inside of a closed vehicle, especially one parked in the sun In areas subject to strong vibration
When you bring the camera indoors on a cold day or otherwise expose it to a sudden change of temperature, there is the possibility that condensation can form on the exterior or on interior components. Condensation can cause malfunction of the camera, so you should avoid exposing it to conditions that might cause condensation. To keep condensation from forming, place the camera into a plastic bag before moving it into a location that is much warmer or colder than your current location. Leave it in the plastic bag until the air inside the bag has a chance to reach the same temperature as the new location. If condensation does form, remove the battery from the camera and leave the battery cover open for a few hours.
Your camera is powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery (NP-40).
2. While pulling the stopper in the direction
indicated by the arrow in the illustration, align the arrow mark on the battery with the arrow mark on the camera and slide the battery into the camera.
Loading the Rechargeable Battery
1. Slide the battery cover in the direction
indicated by the arrow, and then swing it open.
Stopper Arrow marks
Push the bottom of the battery, and make sure that the stopper securely locks the battery in place.
3. Swing the battery cover closed, and then slide
it in the direction indicated by the arrow.
To charge the battery
1. Connect the bundled AC adaptor to the [DC IN
5.3V] connector of the USB cradle, and then plug it in to a household power outlet.
Note the shape of the AC adaptor depends on the area where you purchased the camera.
[DC IN 5.3V] USB Cradle
IMPORTANT! Use only the special NP-40 rechargeable lithium ion battery to power this camera. Use of any other type of battery is not supported. The battery is not fully charged when you use the camera for the first time after purchasing it. You need to charge the battery before using the camera for the first time.
AC power cord AC Adaptor
GETTING READY NOTE The bundled AC adaptor is designed for operation with any power supply in the range of 100V to 240V AC. Note, however, that the shape of the AC power cord plug varies according to country or geographic area. If you plan to use the AC adaptor in a geographic area where the power receptacle shape is different from that in your area, replace the AC power cord with one of the other ones that comes with the camera, or purchase a commercially available AC power cord that is compatible with the power outlets in that area. Never use the AC adaptor with a voltage converter.
NOTE The AC adaptor is designed for operation on power ranging from 100V AC to 240V AC. Note, however, that the shape of the power cord plug varies according to country or geographic area. It is up to you to find out if the shape of the AC adaptor power cord plug is compatible with local power outlets when traveling abroad. Never use the AC adaptor with a voltage converter.
2. Turn off the camera. 3. With the camera
positioned with the monitor screen facing forward as shown in the illustration, place it onto the USB cradle.
Do not place the camera onto the USB cradle while it is turned on.
USB Cradle AC Adaptor
[DC IN 5.3V]
GETTING READY The [CHARGE] lamp on the USB cradle should turn red, indicating that charging has started. When charging is complete, the [CHARGE] lamp will turn green. It takes about 180 minutes to achieve a full charge. Actual charging time depends on current battery capacity and charging conditions. IMPORTANT! Use only the USB cradle (CA-29) that comes with the camera or the optionally available charger (BC-30L) to charge the special NP-40 rechargeable lithium ion battery. Never use any other charging device. Use only the bundled AC adaptor. Never use any other type of AC adaptor. Do not use optionally available AD-C30, AD-C40, AD-C620 and AD-C630 AC adaptors with this camera. Make sure that the camera connector of the USB cradle is securely inserted into the cameras connector as far as it will go. The [CHARGE] lamp may remain amber colored and the charge operation may not start right away if you try to charge immediately after using the camera (which causes battery to become warm) or when it is too hot or too cold where you are performing the charge operation. If this happens, simply wait until the battery reaches normal temperature. The [CHARGE] lamp will turn red and charging will start when the battery temperature returns to the allowable charging temperature range.
4. After charging is complete, remove the
camera from the USB cradle.
GETTING READY If the [CHARGE] lamp starts flashing red, it means that an error occurs while charging. An error can be caused by any of the following: a problem with the USB cradle, a problem with the camera, or a problem with the battery or how it is loaded. Remove the camera from the USB cradle and see if it works normally. The only operations that can be performed while the camera is on the USB cradle are: battery charging, Photo Stand, image output to a TV, and USB data communication.
I If the camera does not work normally
This can mean there is a problem with how the battery is loaded. Perform the following steps.
1. Remove the battery from the camera and
check the battery contacts for dirt. If the contacts are dirty, wipe them clean with a dry cloth.
2. Check to make sure that the AC adaptors
power cord is connected securely to the power outlet and USB cradle.
If the same symptoms occur again when you place the camera on the USB cradle after taking the above steps, contact a CASIO authorized service center.
I Low Battery Indicator
The following shows how the battery capacity indicator on the monitor screen changes as battery power is used. The indicator means that remaining battery power is low. Note that you will not be able to record images while the battery indicator is. Charge the battery immediately whenever either of these indicators appears.
Battery Level Indicator High Low
I Tips to Make the Battery Last Longer
If you do not need the flash while recording, select (flash off) for the flash mode. See page 62 for more information. Enable the Auto Power Off and the Sleep features (page 43) to protect against wasting battery power when you forget to turn off the camera. Use the 0 monitor screen brightness setting to consume less power (page 165).
IMPORTANT! Due to differences in the power requirements of each mode, the battery indicator may show a lower level in the PLAY mode than what it shows in the REC mode. This is normal, and does not indicate malfunction.
To replace the battery
Power Supply Precautions
Note the following precautions when handling or using the battery and the optional charger.
1. Open the battery cover. 2. Pull the stopper in the direction indicated by
Make sure you always remove the camera from the USB cradle before connecting or disconnecting the AC adaptor. Charging, USB data communication, and using the Photo Stand feature can cause the AC adaptor to become warm. This is normal and does not indicate malfunction. Unplug the AC power cord from the power outlet whenever you are not using it. Never place a blanket or any other cover on the AC adaptor. Doing so creates the risk of fire.
Turning the Camera On and Off
I To turn on the camera
Press the power button, [ ] (REC) or [ ] (PLAY). The operation lamp will light green momentarily, and then power will turn on. The mode the camera enters depends on which button you pressed to turn it on.
To enter this mode at startup: REC PLAY Press this button to turn on the camera: Power button or [ [ ] (PLAY) ] (REC)
NOTE Pressing [ ] (REC) to turn on the camera enters the REC mode, while pressing [ ] (PLAY) enters the PLAY mode. Pressing [ ] (PLAY) while in the REC mode switches to the PLAY mode. The lens retracts about 10 seconds after switching modes. IMPORTANT! If camera power is turned off by the Auto Power Off feature, press the power button, [ ] (REC) or [ ] (PLAY) to turn it back on again. Pressing the power button or [ ] (REC) to turn on the camera also causes the lens to extend. Take care to avoid any interference with the lens operation or allowing anything to strike the lens when it is extended.
] (PLAY) [ ] (REC)
I To turn off the camera
Press the power button to turn off the camera. NOTE You can setup the camera so it does not turn on when you press [ ] (REC) or [ ] (PLAY), or to turn off when you press [ ] (REC) or [ ] (PLAY). For details, see Configuring [ ] (REC) and [ ] (PLAY) Power On/Off Functions on page 167.
Configuring Power Saving Settings
You can configure the settings described below to conserve battery power. Sleep : Automatically turns off the monitor screen if no operation is performed for a specified amount of time in the REC mode. Performing any button operation causes the monitor screen to turn back on. Auto Power Off : Turns off power if you do not perform any operation for a specified amount of time.
* Operation lamp
When the operation lamp is this: Flashing amber Lit or flashing green *1 It means this: Flash unit is charging Flash unit is ready to fire
*1 Flashes green when the image is not focused while using the Auto Focus mode or Macro mode.
Changing the Flash Intensity Setting
Perform the following steps to change the flash intensity setting.
Using Flash Assist
Recording a subject that is outside the flash range can cause the subject to appear dark in the resulting image, because not enough of the flash reaches the subject. When this happens, you can use flash assist to correct the brightness of the recorded subject, so it appears as if the flash illumination was sufficient.
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU]. 2. Use  and  to select the Quality tab. 3. Use  and  to select Flash Intensity,
To make flash intensity: Stronger Normal Weaker Select this setting: +2 +1 2
Flash assist used
Flash assist not used
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU]. 2. Use  and  to select the Quality tab. 3. Use  and  to select Flash Assist, and
IMPORTANT! Flash intensity may not change if the subject is too far or too close to the camera.
To do this: Turn on flash assist Turn off flash assist Select this setting: Auto Off
I Flash Precautions
Take care that your fingers do not block the flash when you hold the camera. Covering the flash with your finger can greatly reduce its effectiveness.
IMPORTANT! Flash assist may not produce the desired result for some types of subjects. Flash assist may have little effect on your image if you changed any of the following settings when you recorded it. Flash intensity (page 65) Exposure compensation (EV shift) (page 81) ISO sensitivity (page 115) Contrast (page 119) Using flash assist can cause an increase of digital noise in recorded images. You may not be able to achieve the desired results using the flash if the subject is too close or too far away. The flash takes anywhere from a few seconds to as long as 5 seconds to attain full charge after being fired. The actual time required depends on the battery level, temperature, and other conditions. The flash unit may not be able to charge when camera battery power is low. If this happens, the flash will not fire properly and you will not be able to obtain the desired exposure. Be sure to charge the cameras battery as soon as possible when power goes low.
Specifying Image Size
Image size is the size of the image, expressed as the number of vertical and horizontal pixels. A pixel is one of the many tiny dots that make up the image. More pixels provide finer detail when an image is printed, but a higher pixel count also causes the images file size to be larger. You can select an image size to suit your needs for greater detail or smaller file size. Note that this setting is valid for snapshots only. For information about movie image size, see page 100.
When selecting the image size, the image size value (pixels) will alternate on the display with a corresponding print size. The print size indicates the optimum paper size when you print an image that is the image size you select.
Image Size 6M* 6M (3:2) 4M 3M 2M VGA (3:2) Print Size A3 Print A3 Print (3:2 horizontal-tovertical ratio) A4 Print A4 Print 3.Print E-mail (optimum size when attaching image to e-mail) Smaller Larger
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU]. 2. Use  and  to select the Quality tab. 3. Use  and  to select Size, and then
* M stands for Mega.
BASIC IMAGE RECORDING The above print sizes are all approximate values when printing at a resolution of 200 dpi (dots per inch). Use a larger setting when you want to print at a higher resolution or when you plan to produce a larger size print. In order to obtain the level of resolution for which your camera is designed, recording at a maximum image size (6M) is recommended. Use a smaller image size when you want to conserve memory capacity. Selecting the (3:2) image size records images with a 3:2 (horizontal:vertical) aspect ratio, which is optimal for printing on photographic paper with an aspect ratio of 3:2.
Specifying Image Quality
Compressing an image before storage can cause a deterioration of its quality. The more an image is compressed, the greater the loss of quality. The image quality setting specifies the compression ratio to be used when an image is stored in memory. You can select an image quality setting to suit your needs for higher quality or smaller file size. Note that this setting is valid for snapshots only. For information about movie image quality, see page 100.
Using the Infinity Mode
The Infinity mode fixes focus at infinity (). Use this mode when recording scenery and other faraway images.
press [SET]. , and then
NOTE If you press the shutter button half way, the focus distance will appear on the monitor screen. Example: m - m
Using Manual Focus
With the Manual Focus mode, you can adjust the focus of an image manually. The following shows focus range in the Manual Focus mode.
Optical Zoom Factor 1X 3X Approximate Focus Range 15cm (5.9) to infinity () 40cm (15.7) to infinity ()
4. Press [SET]. 5. While watching the
image on the monitor screen, use  and  to focus.
Using optical zoom causes the above range to change.
Manual focus position
To do this: Focus in on the subject Focus out on the subject Do this: Press . Press .
3. Use  and  to
select , and then press [SET].
At this point, a boundary also appears on the display, indicating the part of the image that will be used for manual focus.
Pressing  or  causes the area inside of the boundary displayed in step 1 to fill the monitor screen momentarily to aid in focus. The normal image will reappear a short while later. If you do not adjust the focus of the enlarged image, it will return automatically to step 3. If this happens and you still want to adjust the focus, press [SET] to display the enlarged image again.
6. Press the shutter button to record the image.
OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS NOTE Whenever you perform an optical zoom operation (page 58) while recording with manual focus, a value will appear on the monitor screen as shown below to tell you the focusing range. Example: MF cm -
Using Focus Lock
Focus lock is a technique you can use to focus on a subject that is not located within the focus frame when you record an image. You can use focus lock in the Auto Focus mode ). and the Macro mode (
1. Using the monitor
screen, compose the image so the main subject is within the focus frame, and then press the shutter button half way.
This locks the focus on the subject that is currently within the focus frame.
REC Mode Camera Settings
The following are the settings you can configure before recording an image using the REC mode. L/R key setting (key customization) Grid on/off Image Review on/off Icon Help on/off Power on default settings ISO sensitivity Metering Filter Sharpness Saturation Contrast Resetting the camera
Assigning Functions to the  and  Keys
A key customization feature lets you configure the  and  keys so they change camera settings whenever they are pressed in the REC mode. After you configure the  and  keys, you can change the setting assigned to them without going through the menu screen.
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU]. 2. Select the REC tab, select L/R Key, and
After you assign a function, you can change its setting simply by pressing the  and  keys. Focus (page 73) EV Shift (page 81) White Balance (page 83) ISO (page 115) Self-timer (page 67) Off: No function assigned
OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS IMPORTANT! While recording a snapshot or movie, you can use  and  to set the functions assigned to them. However, you cannot set the self-timer during movie recording.
Turning the On-screen Grid On and Off
You can display gridlines on the monitor screen to help you compose images and ensure that the camera is straight when recording.
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU]. 2. Select the REC tab, select Grid, and then
To do this: Display the grid Hide the grid Select this setting: On Off
Turning Image Review On and Off
Image review displays the images you record on the monitor screen as soon as you record them. Use the following procedure to turn image review on and off.
Using Icon Help
Icon Help displays guidance text about an icon when you select it on the monitor screen while in the REC mode (page 27). Icon Help text is displayed for the following functions: Flash mode, focus mode, white balance, self-timer, recording type, EV shift. Note, however, that focus mode, EV shift, self-timer and white balance icon help text appears only when Focus, EV shift, Self-timer or White Balance is assigned to the  and  keys with the key customization feature (page 110).
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU]. 2. Select the REC tab, select Review, and
To do this: Display images on the monitor screen for about one second immediately after they are recorded Do not display images immediately after they are recorded Select this setting: On
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU]. 2. Select the REC tab, select Icon Help, and
To do this: Display guidance text when you select an icon on the monitor screen. Turn off Icon Help Select this setting: On Off
Specifying Power On Default Settings
The cameras mode memory feature lets you specify the power on default settings individually for the BEST SHOT mode, flash mode, focus mode, white balance mode, ISO sensitivity, AF Area, metering, self-timer, flash intensity, digital zoom mode, manual focus position and zoom position. Turning on mode memory for a mode tells the camera to remember the status of that mode when you turn off the camera, and restore it the next time you turn the camera back on. When mode memory is turned off, the camera automatically restores the initial factory default setting for the applicable mode. The following table shows what happens when you turn mode memory on or off for each mode.
IMPORTANT! The icons listed below do not appear on the display while Icon Help is turned off. Flash mode icon (page 62) Focus mode icon (page 73) White balance AWB icon (page 83)
Function BEST SHOT*1 Flash Focus White Balance ISO AF Area Metering Self-timer Flash Intensity Digital Zoom Setting when camera is turned off On Off BEST SHOT status cancel Auto Auto Auto Auto Spot Multi Off 0 On Last Auto Focus position that was in effect before you switched to manual focus Wide To do this: Turn on mode memory so settings are restored at power on Turn off mode memory so settings are initialized at power on Select this setting: On Off
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU]. 2. Select the REC tab, select Memory, and
3. Use  and  to select the item you want to
change, and then press .
*1 Specifies whether startup is performed with BEST SHOT scene selection as-is. When on, starts up with the last used BEST SHOT scene but turning off starts up with auto status. *2 Only the optical zoom position is remembered.
OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS IMPORTANT! Note that BEST SHOT mode settings take priority over mode memory settings. If you turn the camera off while in the BEST SHOT mode, all settings except for Zoom Position will be configured according to the BEST SHOT sample scene when you turn it back on again, regardless of mode memory on/off settings.
Specifying ISO Sensitivity
You can change the ISO sensitivity setting for better images in places where lighting is dim or when you are using faster shutter speeds. ISO sensitivity is expressed in terms of values that originally indicated the sensitivity to light for photographic film. A larger value indicates higher sensitivity, which is better for recording when available lighting is dim.
Using PictBridge or USB DIRECT-PRINT
You can connect the camera directly to a printer that supports PictBridge or USB DIRECT-PRINT, and perform image selection and printing using the camera monitor screen and controls. DPOF support (page 177) also lets you specify which images you want to print and how many copies of each should be printed. PictBridge is a standard established by the Camera and Imaging Products Association (CIPA). USB DIRECT-PRINT is a standard proposed by Seiko Epson Corporation.
4. Connect the USB cable that comes bundled
with the camera to the USB cradle and a printer.
USB port USB cable (bundled) Connector B
When connecting to this type of device: Computer or USB DIRECTPRINT-compatible printer PictBridge-compatible printer Select this setting: Mass Storage (USB DIRECT-PRINT) PTP (PictBridge)
Also, connect the AC adaptor to the USB cradle and plug the AC adaptor into an electrical outlet. If you are using battery power without the AC adaptor, make sure that the battery is fully charged. Nothing appears on the cameras monitor screen if the camera is on the USB cradle while the bundled AV cable is connected to the cradle. Be sure to disconnect the AV cable from the cradle if you want to use the cameras monitor screen to view images.
5. Turn off the camera, and then set the camera
on the USB cradle.
9. Use  and  to select Paper Size, and
6. Turn on the printer. 7. Load paper for printing the images into the
10. Use  and  to select the paper size you
want to use for printing, and then press [SET].
The following are the print sizes that are available. 3.A4 8.By Printer Selecting By Printer prints using the paper size selected on the printer. Available paper size settings depend on the connected printer. For full details, see the instructions that come with your printer.
8. Press the USB
cradles [USB] button.
This displays the print menu on the cameras monitor screen.
11. Use  and  to
specify the print option you want.
To print a single image: Select 1 Image and then press [SET]. Next, use  and  to select the image you want to print. To print multiple images or all images: Select DPOF Printing, and then press [SET]. Selecting this option will print the images selected with the DPOF settings. See page 177 for more information. You can toggle date stamping of the image on and off by pressing [BS]. The date stamp will be printed when On is indicated on the monitor screen. On indicates that date stamping is turned on.
12. On the cameras monitor screen, use  and
 to select Print, and then press [SET].
This starts printing and displays the message Busy. Please wait. on the monitor screen. The message will disappear after a short while, even though printing is still being performed. Pressing any of the cameras buttons while printing is in progress will cause the message to reappear. The print menu will appear when printing is complete. If you selected 1 Image in step 11, you can select another image for printing and then repeat this step to print.
IMPORTANT! Never use your computer to edit, delete, move, or rename images stored in the cameras file memory. Doing so can cause problems with the image management data used by the camera, which may make it impossible to display images on the camera or it may cause large error in the number of images value displayed by the camera. Always copy images to your computer before performing any edit, delete, move, or rename operation.
13. To terminate the USB connection, drag the
drive icon that represents the camera to Trash.
12. To copy all the files in file memory to your
Macintosh hard disk, drag the DCIM folder to the folder to which you want to copy it.
14. Press the USB cradles [USB] button. After
making sure the [USB] lamp is not lit, remove the camera from the USB cradle.
Using a Memory Card to Transfer Images to a Computer
The procedures in this section describe how to transfer images from the camera to your computer using a memory card. Using a Computer with a Built-in SD Memory Card Slot Insert the SD memory card directly into the slot. Using a Computer with a Built-in PC Card Slot Use a commercially available PC card adaptor (for an SD memory card or MMC). For full details, see the user documentation that comes with the PC card adaptor and your computer.
VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER Using a Commercially Available SD Memory Card Reader/Writer See the user documentation that comes with the SD memory card reader/writer for details about how to use it.
Images recorded with this camera and other data are stored in memory using DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) protocol. DCF protocol is designed to make it easier to exchange image and other data between digital cameras and other devices.
Using a Commercially Available PC Card Reader/Writer and PC Card Adaptor (for an SD memory card or MMC) See the user documentation that comes with the PC card reader/writer and PC card adaptor for details about how to use them. DCF devices (digital cameras, printers, etc.) can exchange images with each other. DCF protocol defines a format for image file data and the folder structure for file memory, so images can be viewed using another manufacturers DCF camera or printed on a DCF printer.
Memory Folder Structure
I Folder Structure
DCIM 100CASIO CIMG0001.JPG CIMG0002.AVI CIMG0003.WAV CIMG0004.JPG CIMG0004.WAV 101CASIO 102CASIO FAVORITE* CIMG0001.JPG CIMG0002.JPG (DCIM Folder) (Storage folder) (Image file) (Movie file) (Audio file) (Audio snapshot image file) (Audio snapshot audio file) (Storage folder) (Storage folder) (FAVORITE folder) (Storage file) (Storage file) (DPOF file folder) (DPOF file) (BEST SHOT folder) (User setup file) (User setup file)
Photo Loader 1.1
OS 9 OS X OS 9/OS X
OS 9/OS X
Photo Loader 1.1 OS: OS 9 Memory: 32MB HD: At least 3MB USB connection is supported on a Macintosh running OS 9 or X. Operation is supported using the standard USB driver that comes with the operating system, so all you need to do is connect the camera to your Macintosh using the USB cable. IMPORTANT! For details about Macintosh minimum system requirements, see the Readme file on the CD-ROM that comes bundled with the camera. The software on the CD-ROM that comes bundled with the camera does not support operation under Mac OS X.
Managing Images on a Macintosh
I To manage images on a Macintosh running OS 9
Install the Photo Loader application from the CD-ROM that comes with the camera. Use the CD-ROM whose contents label shows Photo Loader. G To install Photo Loader
IMPORTANT! If you are upgrading to the new version of Photo Loader from a previous version and you want to use library management data and HTML files created using the old version of Photo Loader, be sure to read the Important file in the Photo Loader folder. Follow the instructions in the file to use your existing library management files. Failure to follow this procedure correctly can result in loss or corruption of your existing files.
1. Open the folder named Photo Loader. 2. Open the folder named English, and then
open the file named Important.
I To manage images on a Macintosh running OS X
Use iPhoto, which comes bundled with the operating system. iPhoto enables management of snapshots.
3. Open the folder named Installer, and then
open the file named readme.
4. Follow the instructions in the readme file to
install Photo Loader.
You can use QuickTime, which comes bundled with your operating system, to play back movies.
You must have Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer in order to view the contents of a PDF file. If you dont, go to the Adobe Systems Incorporated website and install Acrobat Reader.
Even if your computer meets the minimum requirements described above, certain settings and other installed software may interfere with proper playback of movies. Proper movie playback may not be possible on some Macintosh models. If you experience problems, try the following. Try recording movies with a quality setting of Normal or LP. Try upgrading to the latest version of QuickTime. Quit any other applications that are running. Even if proper playback is not possible on your Macintosh, you can use the AV cable that comes bundled with the camera to connect to the video input terminal a TV or Macintosh and play back movies that way.
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