Kodak PIXPRO FZ201 manual

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  • Brand: Kodak
  • Product: Digital Camera
  • Model/name: PIXPRO FZ201
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, Turkish

Table of Contents

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Declaration of Conformity
Responsible Party:JK Imaging Ltd.
Address:	 JK Imaging Ltd., 17239 South Main Street, Gardena, CA 90248, USA
	 JK Imaging Europe, 71 Clarendon road, Watford, WD17 1DS, UK
Company website: www.kodakpixpro.com
For Customers in the U.S.A.
Tested to Comply with FCC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
For Customers in Europe
"CE" mark indicates that this product complies with the European requirements for safety, health, environment and
customer protection. "CE" marked cameras are intended for sales in Europe.
This symbol [crossed-out wheel bin WEEE Annex IV] indicates separate collection of electrical waste and electronic
equipment in the European countries. Please do not throw the equipment into domestic refuse. Please use the return
and collection systems available in your country for proper, safe disposal of this product.
BEFORE YOU START
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About this Manual
Thank you for purchasing this KODAK PIXPRO digital camera. Please read this manual carefully and keep it in a safe
place for future reference.
	 JK Imaging Ltd. reserves all rights of this document. No part of this published manual may be reproduced, transmitted,
transcribed, stored in a retrieval system or translated into any language or computer language, in any form, by any
means, without the prior written permission of JK Imaging Ltd..
	 All trademarks mentioned in this manual are used for identification purposes only and are properties of their
respective owners.
	 This manual will instruct you on how to operate the KODAK PIXPRO digital camera. JK Imaging Ltd. has tried its
utmost to ensure the correctness of the user manual contents, but reserves the right to modify as necessary. All of
these contents are subject to change without prior notice.
	 Throughout this manual, the following symbols are used to help you locate information quickly and easily:
	 Indicates useful information.
	 In the instructions below, the following symbols may be used throughout this manual on how to operate the camera.
This is to facilitate better understanding.
「Item properties」: The optional properties in the camera interface are indicated by the symbol「 」.
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SAFETY NOTES
Safety notes for this camera
	 Do not drop the camera or allow it to hit solid objects.
	 Do not attempt to disassemble or repair the camera.
	 Do not use or store the camera in dusty places or on
a beach to prevent dust or sand from entering the
camera, causing possible damage to it.
	 Do not use or store the camera in a hot environment
or under direct sunlight.
	 Do not use or store the camera near a powerful
magnetic field, for example near a magnet or
transformer.
	 Avoid touching the lens of the camera.
	 Do not expose the camera to direct sunlight for a long
period of time.
	 To prevent the camera from being damaged by
moisture, do not use or store the camera in very
humid environments, such as in rain or near bodies of
water.
	 If water accidentally comes in contact with the
camera, turn the camera off, remove the battery and
the memory card, and dry it within 24 hours.
	 When you take the camera from a cold place to a
warmer environment, condensation may occur. Please
wait for a reasonable period of time before you turn it
on.
	 Before you remove the battery and memory card, the
camera should be turned off.
	 When you clean the body of the camera, do not use
abrasive, alcohol-based or organic cleaner.
	 Use a professional lens wiping cloth and dedicated
cleaner to wipe and clean the lens.
	 Download your photos and remove the memory card
when you are going to store the camera for a long
period of time.
	 If this camera is not in use for a long time, please keep
it in a dry and clean condition.
	 Our company will not pay compensation for any
failure of playback of pictures or videos caused by
improper operation.
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Safety notes for battery
	 Please use a battery that is the same type as the one
included.
	 Please use the attached charger to charge the battery.
	 If battery fluid leaks inside the camera, contact our
customer service department. If battery fluid leaks
onto your skin, rinse your skin with clean water and
seek immediate medical attention.
	 Disposal of used batteries should be carried out
in accordance with the local (national or regional)
regulations.
	 To prevent the battery from being damaged, do not
drop the battery or allow it to hit solid objects or to be
scratched by the objects.
	 Do not let the battery come in contact with metal
objects (including coins) to avoid short circuiting,
discharging, excessive heat, or possible leakage.
	 Do not attempt to disassemble the battery.
	 Do not expose the battery to water. Always keep the
battery contacts dry.
	 Do not heat the battery or throw it into a fire to avoid
a possible explosion.
	 Do not store the battery in a hot environment or in
direct sunlight.
	 If the battery overheats during charging or use, stop
charging or use immediately. Turn off the product,
remove the battery carefully, and wait until it cools
down.
	 When the camera is stored for a long period of time,
remove the battery and keep it in a dry place that is
not accessible to infants and children.
	 In a colder environment, the performance of the
battery could be noticeably reduced.
	 When you install the battery, install it according to
the positive and negative markings on the battery
compartment. Never force it into the battery
compartment.
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Safety notes for memory card
	 We suggest buying only well-known, name brand
memory cards to ensure peak performance.
	 Format the memory card using the camera before you
use it or insert a new one.
	 Do not drop the memory card or allow it to hit solid
objects to avoid damaging it.
	 Do not attempt to disassemble or repair the memory
card.
	 Do not expose the memory card to water. Always
keep it dry.
	 Do not remove the memory card when the camera
is turned on. Otherwise, the memory card could be
damaged.
	 Do not directly edit the data on the memory card.
Copy the data to your PC before you edit them.
	 When the camera is stored for a long period of time,
be sure to download your photos and remove the
memory card. Store it in a dry environment.
	 Do not modify the name of the files or folders of the
memory card using your PC. Modifying the file names
may cause the files to not be recognized on the
camera or a possible error may occur.
	 A photo taken with the camera will be stored in the
folder that is automatically generated on the memory
card. Do not store photos that are not taken using this
camera in these folders as the pictures cannot be
recognized during the playback.
	 When you insert a memory card, make sure the notch
of the card matches the markings on the top of the
card slot.
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Other Safety Notes
	 Do not disconnect the power or turn the camera off during the update process. Doing so may cause incorrect data to
be written and the camera may not power on later.
	 Do not hang the neck strap of the camera around the neck of a child.
	 When using your camera on an airplane, observe the relevant rules specified by the airline.
	 Due to the limitations of manufacturing technology, the LCD may have a few dead or bright pixels. These pixels do no
effect the quality or performance of the camera, photos or video.
	 Do not expose the LCD to water. In a humid environment, only wipe it with a soft and dry cleaning cloth.
	 If the LCD is damaged and the liquid crystal comes into contact with your skin, wipe your skin with a dry cloth
immediately and rinse it with clean water. If liquid crystal comes into contact with your eyes, wash them with clean
water at least for 15 minutes and seek immediate medical attention. If you accidentally swallow liquid crystal, rinse
your mouth immediately and seek medical attention.
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BEFORE YOU START.................................1
SAFETY NOTES..........................................3
CONTENTS..................................................7
GETTING READY.......................................11
Accessories Included..................................................... 11
Install neck strap............................................................ 12
Part Names...................................................................... 13
Installing Battery and Memory Card.......................... 15
Charging Battery............................................................ 17
Turning Camera On and Off......................................... 18
How to take pictures...................................................... 18
Set your Language, Date/Time................................... 19
Set your Language, Date/Time after the first
power-on.................................................................. 19
Resetting your Language....................................... 20
Resetting Date/Time............................................. 21
MODE OVERVIEW....................................22
Display Setting................................................................ 22
LCD Screen Display........................................................ 23
Overview of the Screen Icons in Photo
Shooting Mode........................................................ 23
Overview of the Screen Icons in Movie Mode....25
Using the Mode Button................................................. 26
Panorama Mode..................................................... 27
Scene Mode............................................................. 28
Auto Scene Mode (ASCN)................................... 31
BASIC OPERATION....................................32
Using the Zoom Function.............................................. 32
Macro Mode.................................................................... 33
Self-timer Setting........................................................... 34
Flash Mode...................................................................... 35
EV Setting........................................................................ 36
Exposure Compensation....................................... 36
CONTENTS
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ISO............................................................................. 37
Shutter Adjustment............................................... 37
Using Quick Recording.................................................. 38
PLAYBACK...................................................39
Overview of the Screen Icons in Playback Mode..... 39
Viewing Photos and Videos.......................................... 40
Thumbnail View.............................................................. 41
Using Zoom Playback (for still pictures only).......... 42
Slideshow......................................................................... 43
Photos and Video Deletion.......................................... 44
USING THE MENUS..................................45
Shooting Menu............................................................... 45
Expo Metering ........................................................ 45
Image Size................................................................ 46
OIS............................................................................. 46
White Balance Setting........................................... 47
Cont. AF.................................................................... 47
Focus Setting........................................................... 48
Continuous Shot..................................................... 48
Color Effect.............................................................. 49
Shooting Setting Menu.................................................. 51
Quality...................................................................... 51
AF Assist Beam....................................................... 52
Digital Zoom............................................................ 52
Date Imprint............................................................ 53
Quick Review........................................................... 53
Face Detection........................................................ 54
Movie Menu.................................................................... 55
Expo Metering......................................................... 55
Video Quality........................................................... 56
OIS............................................................................. 57
Color Effect.............................................................. 57
Movie Setting Menu...................................................... 58
Digital Zoom............................................................ 58
Playback Menu............................................................... 59
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HDR........................................................................... 59
Red-Eye Reduction................................................. 60
Rotate........................................................................ 60
Resize........................................................................ 61
Color Effect.............................................................. 61
Playback Setting Menu................................................. 62
Protect....................................................................... 63
Delete........................................................................ 63
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format)..................... 64
Trim............................................................................ 64
Setup Menu..................................................................... 65
Sound Settings........................................................ 66
Power Saver............................................................. 66
Language.................................................................. 67
World Time.............................................................. 67
Date & Time............................................................. 67
LCD Brightness........................................................ 67
File Setting....................................................................... 68
Format....................................................................... 68
Copy to Card............................................................ 69
File Numbering........................................................ 69
Reset.......................................................................... 70
FW Version.............................................................. 70
CONNECTIONS..........................................71
Connecting to a Computer........................................... 71
Setting the USB Mode........................................... 71
Transferring files to your computer.................... 72
Connecting to a PictBridge Compatible Printer....... 73
Setting the USB Mode........................................... 73
Connecting to your Printer................................... 74
Using the PictBridge Menu........................................... 75
Print (with Date)..................................................... 75
Print (without Date)............................................... 76
Print Index................................................................ 77
Print DPOF Images................................................. 78
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Exit............................................................................. 78
Video System.................................................................. 79
Set Eye-Fi SD Card Connection Mode........................ 80
APPENDICES...............................................81
Specifications.................................................................. 81
Prompts and Warning Messages................................ 85
Troubleshooting.............................................................. 89
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GETTING READY
Your camera box should contain the camera model you purchased along with the following accessories. If anything is
missing or appears to be damaged, please contact your retailer.(Based on sales in different countries or regions, the
shape of the AC adapter will vary. Please subject to the actual product will prevail.)
Accessories Included
Micro USB cable
Warranty card
AC adapter Neck strap
Rechargeable
Li-ion battery
Quick start guide Service card
Quick Start Guide STOP
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Part Names
1.	 Micro USB port
2.	 Strap eyelet
3.	 Zoom lever
4.	 Shutter button
5.	 Power button
6.	 AF assist beam/Self-timer lamp
7.	 Flash lamp
8.	 Lens
9.	Microphone
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10.	 Flash pop-up button
11.	 Fast video recording button
12.	 Mode button
13.	 Indicator lamp
14.	 Playback button
15.	 Menu button
16.	 Display button/Up button
17.	 Flash button/Right button
18.	 Delete button/Down button
19.	 Macro button/Self-timer button/Left button
20.	 SET button
21.	 LCD
22.	Speaker
23.	 Tripod socket
24.	 Battery cover
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2.	 Insert the battery into the battery compartment
according to the negative and positive directions as
illustrated in the picture. Push the battery down until
it locks in place.
1.	 Open the battery cover.
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Installing Battery and Memory Card
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4.	 Close the battery cover.
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2
3.	 Insert the memory card into the memory card slot as
shown in the diagram below:
The memory card (SD/SDHC) is optional and not
included in all camera packaging. If you have to
purchase a memory card, select one with storage
capacity between 4GB and 32GB to ensure correct
data storage.
To remove your memory card, open the battery
cover, gently press the memory card to eject it and
remove it carefully.
Write protection
buckle
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Please insert the battery and charge it under shutdown
mode.
1.	 Connect the camera and the power charger using the
supplied Micro USB cable.
2.	 Insert the plug of the power charger into the power
outlet to charge the battery.
3.	 When the camera is turned off, you can also connect
the camera to your PC using a USB cable to charge the
battery.
After the battery is stored for a long period of time,
use the supplied power charger to charge the battery
prior to use.
Charging indicator:
Steady orange: Charging.
The indicator will go out once charging is finished.
To have maximum battery life, charge the battery for
at least 4 hours the first time.
Please charge the battery indoors between 0°C
and 40°C.
The camera will only charge while powered off. If
the camera is turned on while connected to power,
normal camera functions will be available for use, but
the camera will not charge until it is turned off.
Charging Battery
Indicator
lamp
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Turning Camera On and Off
Press the power button to turn the camera on. To turn the
camera off, press the power button again.
Power Button
When the power is off, press and hold the
button to power on and enter playback mode.
How to take pictures
1.	 Hold the camera with both hands , not blocking the
flash and lens by fingers.
2.	 Aim the camera at the object and then frame with the
LCD.
3. 	 Use the zoom lever to select Tele or Wide positions
to zoom in or out on your subject.
4. 	 Press the shutter button half way to focus on the
subject. When the focus frame turns green, press the
shutter button completely down to take the picture.
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Set your Language, Date/Time
SetyourLanguage,Date/Timeafterthefirstpower-on
1.	 When you turn the camera on for the first time, the
language selection screen appears.
2.	 Press the direction buttons to select your desired
language.
3.	 After you press the button to confirm the
selection, the Date/Time settings screen appears.
4.	 Press the left/right button to select the Date/Time
to be adjusted: Time is displayed in YYYY.MM.DD
HH:MM.
5.	 Press the up/down button to adjust the value for the
selected Date/Time.
6.	 Press the button to confirm the time settings and
the snapshot screen appears.
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Resetting your Language
After you set your language for the first time, follow the
instructions below to reset your language.
1.	 Press the button, press the up/down button to
select , and press the button to enter the
menu.
2.	 Press the up/down button to select , and press the
button or right button to enter the menu.
3.	 Press the up/down button to select「Language」and
press the button or right button to enter the menu.
4.	 Press the direction buttons to select your desired
language and press the button to confirm.
5.	 Press the button and the snapshot screen appears.
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Resetting Date/Time
After you set your Date/Time for the first time, follow
the instructions below to reset date and time.
1.	 Press the button, press the up/down button to
select , and press the button to enter the
menu.
2.	 Press the up/down button to select , and press the
button or right button to enter the menu.
3.	 Press the up/down button to select「Date & Time」
and press the button or right button to enter the
menu.
4.	 Press the left/right button to select the Date/Time
to be adjusted: Time is displayed in YYYY.MM.DD
HH:MM.
5.	 Press the up/down button to press the value for your
selected block. After you finish your settings, press
the button to confirm.
6.	 Press the button and the following snapshot
screen appears.
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Press the button to display the settings: Classic,
Full, Off.
Classic: Displays the camera parameters on screen
-0.3 EV 400 ISO
1234
SD
16M
00:56:00
Full: Camera parameters with Grid and Histogram
-0.3 EV 400 ISO
1234
SD
16M
00:56:00
Off: Does not display any additional icons on screen
Display Setting
MODE OVERVIEW
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LCD Screen Display
OverviewoftheScreenIconsinPhotoShootingMode



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1	 Shooting Mode
Auto Mode Panorama Mode
Manual Mode Scene Mode
Portrait Mode
2	 Macro Mode
3	 Zoom Display (By turning the Zoom Lever)
4	 SD Memory Card/Built-in Memory
5	 Battery Status
6	 White Balance (Adjustable in mode)
7	 Color Effect (Adjustable in mode)
8	 Number of remaining shots
9	 Image Size
10	 Video Quality
11	 ISO Value (Adjustable in mode)
12	 Remaining Recording time
13	 Exposure Compensation (EV value)
(Adjustable in mode)
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14	 Shutter Speed (Adjustable in mode)
15	Histogram
16	 Focus Frame
17	 Expo Metering
	 AiAE
	Spot
	Center
18	 AF Mode
	Single-AF
	Multi-AF
19	Self-timer
	 Self-timer Off
	 Self-timer 2 sec
	 Self-timer 10 sec
	 Self-timer Smile
20	 Flash Mode
	 Force Off
	 Flash Auto
	 Fill Flash
	 Slow Sync.
	 Slow Sync. + Red-Eye
	 Red-Eye Reduction
21	 Continuous Shot
	Single
	 Continuous Shot
	 3 Shots
	 Time Lapse (30sec/1min/5min/10min)
22	 Eye-Fi ON (with signal)
23	 Image Stabilization
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Overview of the Screen Icons in Movie Mode
-0.3 EV
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1	 Movie Mode
2	 Macro Mode
3	Self-timer
	 Self-timer Off
	 Self-timer 10 sec
4	 Zoom Display (By turning the Zoom Lever)
5	 SD Memory Card/Built-in Memory
6	 Battery Status
7	 Color Effect
8	 Video Quality
9	 Remaining Recording time
10	 Exposure Compensation (EV value)
11	 Image Stabilization
12	 Focus Frame
13	 Eye-Fi ON (with signal)
14	 Expo Metering
	AiAE
	Spot
	Center
15	 AF Mode
For optimal video shooting, it is recommended that
an SDHC memory card be used.
Optical Zoom and Digital Zoom can be adjusted
(80X in total). Digital Zoom can be adjusted to 4X .
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Using the Mode Button
This camera provides a convenient mode button that allows you to switch easily among different modes. After pressing
the button to enter the mode selection menu, press the left/right button to choose the selected mode. Press the
button to confirm your selection. All the available modes are listed below:
Mode Name Icon Description
Auto Mode
In this mode, the optimal conditions for taking pictures will be set based on the subject and
environment. It is the most commonly used mode for taking pictures.
Manual Mode This mode is for manually setting EV, shutter speed and ISO value.
Portrait Mode
The best setting for portrait shooting, enables AE/AF for faces. The camera is set to
automatically adjust exposure for realistic capture of skin tones.
Movie Mode Record videos.
Panorama
Mode
In this mode, up to 4 frames can be stitched together to create a single panoramic photo.
Scene Mode Choose from 20 different pre-set scene types and effects for your photos.
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5.	 If continuous pictures are less than 4 shots, press
the button, the camera will splice the pictures
automatically. Press playback button to enter
playback mode to see the effect.
6.	 If you take 4 pictures, the camera will splice the
pictures automatically. Press playback button to enter
playback mode to see the effect.
During shooting, the flash, self-timer, macro modes
and exposure compensation are not available.
Focus adjustment is also not available at this time.
In panorama mode, up to 4 photos can be captured
when the image size is set at 2M.
Panorama Mode
Panorama mode allows you to create a panoramic
picture. The camera will automatically compose a
panoramic picture using the individual shots that you
take.
Follow these easy steps to create a panoramic picture:
1.	 Press the button to select panorama mode ( ).
2.	 Press the direction buttons to select a shooting
direction. (The right direction is used as default if you
do not make any choice) 2 seconds later, the camera
is ready to take pictures. You can also press the
button or half press the shutter button to be ready to
take pictures.
3.	 Compose the first view of the panoramic picture on
the LCD and press the Shutter button to capture the
image.
4.	 After the first shot is taken, the semi-transparent
image of the first shot will appear at the edge of the
screen. You can use this image to compose your
picture before you press the Shutter button to capture
and finish manual stitching.
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During panorama mode shooting, press the
button to interrupt shooting and save the current
pictures taken. Press the down button ( ) to
cancel shooting and not to save the previously
taken pictures.
Scene Mode
You can select an appropriate mode from the 20 scene
modes according to the type of environment you
are shooting. The camera then configures the most
appropriate settings automatically.
1.	 Press the button to select scene mode ( ). The
LCD will display a menu like the example below:
Auto Scene
2.	 Press the direction buttons to select a scene , and
press the button to confirm.
3.	 If any need of changing the scene, please press the
button and then the button and finally the
direction buttons to reselect the scene.
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Scene Description
Auto Scene
Identifies the scene automatically; Person, Backlighting, Landscape, Macro, Night Scene,
Night Scene Person, Auto.
Landscape For landscapes and outdoor shots. Vivid reproduction of green and blue.
Sport
For fast-moving subjects. Capture sharp, action shots with minimal blur. This mode is not
recommended for shooting indoors.
Beach For taking pictures in areas with strong sunlight.
Sunset For sunsets. Capture subjects in strong sunlight.
Fireworks For fireworks at night. Suggest using tripod.
Night Landscape For night scenes. Suggest using tripod.
Snow For snow scenes. Reproduce natural, clear white scenes.
Children
Turns off flash automatically. Avoids disturbing subject, suitable for taking photos of
children.
ID
For shooting ID size photos. (It is recommended to print using 6-inch 4R (6X4)
photographic paper).
Glass For objects behind transparent glass.
Photo Frame For adding interesting frame effects to the photo.
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Scene Description
Panning Shot Suitable for capturing fast moving objects to have a clear subject with a blurred background.
Fish Eye For interesting fish eye effect.
Party Suitable for taking indoor party pictures, even under the complicated lighting conditions.
Indoor For indoor settings. Reduce blur and improve color accuracy.
Leaf For plants. Capture brilliant shots of greenery and blossoms.
Museum For museums or flash-free areas. Retain color and reduce blur.
Night Portrait For portraits against night scenery.
Sketch For taking photos with pencil sketch effect.
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Auto Scene Mode (ASCN)
In “ASCN” scene mode, the camera can detect different environments intelligently and automatically select the best scene
and photo settings for you.
“ASCN” can intelligently detect the following scenes:
Mode Name Description
Landscape Mode
For landscapes, will automatically adjust the exposure and reproduce vivid green and
blue colors.
Portrait Mode Most suitable for capturing people with focus on their faces.
Night Portrait
When you take portraits at night, or in low light conditions, will automatically adjust
the exposure for people and night scenes.
Backlit Portrait
When the sun or any other light source is behind you, will automatically adjust the
foreground exposure to produce the best pictures possible.
Night Landscape Mode For night scenes, will automatically increase the ISO value to compensate for low light.
Macro Mode The Macro setting is ideal for shooting small objects or close-up photos.
Auto Mode
The camera will automatically adjusts the exposure and focus to ensure the best
possible pictures.
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Your camera is equipped with two types of zoom
functions: optical zoom and digital zoom. Toggle the
zoom lever of the camera to zoom in or out of the subject
while taking pictures.
Using the Zoom Function
BASIC OPERATION
Zoom Indicator
When the optical zoom reaches the threshold as digital
zoom, release and turn the zoom lever to T to switch
between the optical zoom and digital zoom.
Zoom Lever
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Macro Mode
The macro setting is ideal for shooting small objects
or close-up photos. This mode allows you to focus on
subjects very close to the camera.
1.	 Press the left button ( ) to enter the marco
menu.
2.	 Press the left/right button to select the following 2
modes:
• 	 Macro Off
Select this option to disable macro.
• 	 Macro On
Select this option to make focusing on the
object closer to the lens (At the W side, the
shooting distance should be more than 3 cm).
3.	 Press the button to confirm the settings and enter
the shooting screen.
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Self-timer Setting
Use this function to take pictures at pre-set intervals.
First choose 2 seconds, 10 seconds,or by smile detection.
and then take the pictures.
1.	 Press the left button ( ) , and then press the
down button ( ) to enter the self-timer menu.
2.	 Press the left/right button to select the following 4
modes:
• 	 Self-timer Off
Disables the self-timer.
• 	 Self-timer 2 sec
A single picture is shot 2 seconds after the
shutter button is pressed.
• 	 Self-timer 10 sec
A single picture is shot 10 seconds after the
shutter button is pressed.
• 	 Self-timer Smile
Press the shutter button and a picture
will be taken immediately after a smile is
detected.
3.	 Press the button to confirm the settings and enter
the shooting screen.
When enabling the self-timer, pressing the shutter
or the ( ) button can disable the self-timer and
return to the shooting screen while keeping the
self-timer setting.
When enabling the smile detection, pressing the
shutter or the button can disable the self-timer
and return to the shooting screen without keeping
the Self-timer Smile setting.
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Flash Mode
The flash provides supplemental light for the scene. The
flash is usually used when shooting against the light to
highlight the object; it is also suitable for metering and
shooting in darker scenes to improve the exposure.
1.	 Press the flash pop up button to pop up the
flash.
2.	 Press the right button ( ) to enter the flash settings
menu.
3.	 Press the left/right button to select the following 6
modes:
• 	 Force Off
Flash is turned off.
• 	 Flash Auto
Camera flash goes off automatically based
on existing light conditions.
• 	 Force Flash
The flash will engage with each shot even
if there is enough available light to take the
photo without flash.
• 	 Slow Sync.
This allows you to take pictures of people at
night that clearly show both your subjects
and the night time backdrop. The use of a
tripod is recommended when shooting with
this setting.
• 	 Slow Sync. + Red-Eye
Use this mode for slow synchrony shots
with red-eye reduction.
• 	 Red-Eye Reduction
The camera emits a brief pre-flash before
the picture is taken to reduce red-eye
effects.
4.	 Press the button to confirm the settings and enter
the shooting screen.
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EV Setting
The EV function menu of the camera includes functions,
such as EV, shutter adjustment, ISO. Using the
appropriate function settings can improve your pictures.
To select the best setting for optimum photos, follow
these steps:
1.	 Press the button to display the settings screen.
2.	 Press the left/right button to select the setting
options.
3.	 Press the up/down button to adjust the option values.
4.	Press the button to complete the setting and enter
shooting mode.
Exposure Compensation
Set up to adjust the picture brightness. In the case of
a very high contrast between the photographed object
and the background, the brightness of the picture can be
appropriately adjusted. (Adjustable in mode)
The adjustable range of exposure value is from EV -2.0
to EV+2.0.
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ISO
The ISO function allows you to set the sensitivity of the
camera's light sensor based on the brightness of the
scene. To improve the camera's sensor performance
in darker environments, a higher ISO value is required.
A lower ISO value is needed when shooting in brighter
conditions.
Pictures taken at higher ISO settings will generally have
more noise than those taken at lower ISO settings.
(Adjustable in mode)
The camera's ISO settings include: Auto, 80, 100, 200,
400, 800, 1600.
Shutter Adjustment
For shutter speed, the camera may automatically set the
aperture value corresponding to the manually set shutter
speed so as to obtain a most suitable exposure value.
The movement of object may be shown by adjusting the
shutter speed. High shutter value can make you clearly
capture the movement of fast moving object while low
shutter value can allow you to take a picture for fact
moving object with a strong sense of movement.
(Adjustable in mode)
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Using Quick Recording
In shooting mode, press the button to begin recording
video.
After recording, press the button or the shutter
button to stop recording. The camera will store the video
and return to the shooting screen.
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PLAYBACK
1	 DPOF File
2	 File Protection
3	 Memory space (indicating the current number of
photos and total number of photos)
4	 SD Memory Card/Built-in Memory
5	 Battery Status
6	 Zoom Magnification Area
7	 Image Zoom Ratios
8	 Image Zone
9	 Shooting Date
10	 Eye-Fi ON (with signal)
11	 Red-Eye Reduction
12	HDR
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Overview of the Screen Icons in Playback Mode
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Viewing Photos and Videos
To view the captured photos and video clips on the LCD:
1.	 After pressing the button, the last photo or video clip taken will be displayed on the LCD.
2.	 Use the left/right navigation buttons to scroll through the photos or video clips stored in the internal memory or on
the memory card.
3.	 To play a selected video clip, press the button to enter the movie playback mode.
An operation guide appears on the screen when playing back a video. Press the appropriate buttons to enable the
corresponding functions.
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1 Increase volume
2 Pause
3 Fast forward
4 Decrease volume
5 Rewind
6 Back to the beginning of the video
7 Play
8 Play video forward
9 Cancel playback
10 Play video backward
Mute
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Thumbnail View
When in playback mode, rotate the zoom lever counter
to the position to display thumbnail images of the
photos and videos on the screen.
1.	 Slide the zoom lever to switch between 3x3 and 4x4
thumbnails.
2.	 Press the direction buttons to select a picture or video
clip to view and press the button to restore it to
the original size.
If the indicator appears on the LCD, then a
movie file is currently being displayed.
W Zoom T Zoom In
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Using Zoom Playback (for still pictures only)
The zoom lever can also be used during playback. This allows you to magnify photos between x2 to x8.
1.	 Press the button to switch to playback mode.
2.	 Press the left/right button to select a picture to be zoomed in.
3.	 Rotate the zoom lever to ( ) to zoom in.
4.	 The screen will display the number of times and area of the photo zooming operation.
x2
5.	 Press the direction buttons to navigate and select a part of the image to be zoomed in.
6.	 Press the button to return the image to its original scale.
Movie images cannot be magnified.
x2
x2
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This setting allows you to view all the stored images as a slideshow.
1.	 Press the button to enter playback screen.
2.	 Press the button to enter slide option.
3.	 Press the left/right button to select slideshow playing or 「Cancel」 to return to the playback screen.
4.	 Press the button to confirm the setting.
Slide playing function supports movie playing.
Images don’t rotate in the slideshow playback.
Slideshow
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Photos and Video Deletion
In playback mode, press the down button ( ) to delete
your photos and videos.
To delete photos or videos:
1.	 Press the button to switch to playback mode.
2.	 Press the left/right button to select the photos and
videos to be deleted.
3.	 Press the down button ( ) and the deletion screen
is displayed.
4.	 Press the up/down button to select「Delete One」
or「Exit」and press the button to confirm.
Erased photos/video clips cannot be recovered.
Please refer to page 63 for instructions on deleting
more than one image at a time.
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Shooting Menu
USING THE MENUS
Functions that can be enabled are different under each
mode.
Mode:
1.	 In photo shooting mode, press the button to enter
the shooting menu.
2.	 Press the up/down button to select the shooting
menu to be set.
3.	 Press the left/right button to select the shooting
menu to be set and press the button to confirm.
Refer to the following pages for more details about each
setting.
Expo Metering
Use this setting to select the "target" size of the camera's
field of view to be metered.
• 	 AIAE (Artificial Intelligence AE)
Automatically selects the central and
peripheral metering, to calculate the
reasonable value of metering by weighting.
• 	Spot
For metering targets a small area in the center
of the camera's field of view.
• 	Center
For metering targets a slightly larger area in
the center of the cameras field of view.
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Image Size
The size setting refers to the image resolution in pixels. A
higher image resolution allows you to print that image in
larger sizes without degrading the image quality.
The larger the number of recorded pixels, the
larger the file size and the fewer files that can be
saved on your memory card.
OIS
This mode can help reduce photo blur caused by
unintentional hand shake, low light .
• 	OIS: Off
• 	OIS: On
Use this image stabilization mode in dark
environments.
Shooting in a windy or unstable environment (such
as a moving vehicle) may cause blurred images.
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Cont. AF
Enable the continuous AF to be able to continuously
focus automatically when taking pictures.
• 	Cont. AF: Off
• 	 Cont. AF: On
White Balance Setting
The white balance setting allows you to adjust the color
temperature for different lighting sources to ensure the
most accurate color reproduction.
• 	AWB
• 	Daylight
• 	Cloudy
• 	 Fluorescent
• 	 Fluorescent CWF
• 	 Incandescent
• 	 Manual WB (Fully press the shutter button
to detect the white balance value)
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Focus Setting
In different photo shooting modes, you can select
different focus methods.
• 	 Single-AF: The focus frame appears on the
center of the LCD to focus on the subject.
• 	 Multi-AF: The camera automatically focuses
the subject in a wide area to find the focus
point.
Continuous Shot
Use this setting to perform continuous shooting. After
entering this mode, you can shoot multiple images by
continuously holding the shutter button down.
• 	Single
• 	 Continuous Shot
• 	 3 Shots
• 	 Time-Lapse 30sec
• 	 Time-Lapse 1min
• 	 Time-Lapse 5min
• 	 Time-Lapse 10min
The flash is disabled in the continuous shooting in
order to achieve quick succession of shots.
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Color Effect
The image color setting allows you to select different effects.
1.	 In photo shooting mode, press the button to enter the shooting menu.
2.	 Press the up/down button to select the image color setting menu, press the button to enter the
menu.
3.	 Press the left/right button to select the image color setting options.
• 	Normal
• 	Vivid
• 	Sepia
• 	 Black and White
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Mode:
1.	 Press the button in photo shooting mode and
press the up/down button to select .
2.	 Press the button to enter the menu.
3.	 Press the up/down button to select , and press
the button or right button to enter the menu.
4.	 Press the up/down button to select the item to be set
and press the button or right button to enter the
menu.
5.	 Press the up/down buttons to select an option and
press the button to confirm.
Shooting Setting Menu
Quality
The quality setting can be used to adjust the image
compression ratio.
• Best (16M Average File Size: 4.0MB)
• Fine (16M Average File Size: 2.5MB)
• Normal (16M Average File Size: 2.0MB)
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AF Assist Beam
In a darker environment, AF assist beam can be turned
on for better focus.
• 	 Off
• 	 On
Digital Zoom
This setting is for adjusting digital zoom. If this function
is disabled, only optical zoom can be used.
• 	 Off
• 	 On

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