Camera Shooting Software for FinePix S1 Pro User's Guide This manual describes how to use the Camera Shooting Software photography application for the FUJIFILM Digital Camera FinePix S1 Pro. Read it carefully to ensure that you use this product correctly.
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IMPORTANT ... 2 Preface ... 4 Using the Camera Shooting Software ...5 Connecting the Camera and PC ...5 Launching the Camera Shooting Software ...6 Shooting Window Details ...7 Large Preview Window Details ...9 Specifying the Photography Settings ...10 Setting the Image Display Orientation ...13 Taking Pictures ...14 Selecting Images ...15 Checking the Image Histogram ...16...
This User's Guide describes how to use the Camera Shooting Software for FinePix S1 Pro (referred to hereafter as the Camera Shooting Software). The Camera Shooting Software allows you to control your Digital Camera FinePix S1 Pro (referred to hereafter simply as the camera), take pictures and specify the photography settings from a personal computer.
Using the Camera Shooting Software * The examples used in these descriptions are for Windows 98. The screens shown on Macintosh computers are different, but the procedures are the same. Connecting the Camera and PC Refer to the Owner's Manual supplied with your camera for information on using the camera.
Launching the Camera Shooting Software 1. Click the [Start] button and select [Programs] - [Camera Shooting Software for FinePix S1 Pro] - [Camera Shooting Software for FinePix S1 Pro]. On a Macintosh computer, double-click the [S1 Pro Shooting] icon. 2. After the opening flash screen, the Shooting window and Large Preview window appears.
Histogram button Opens the "Histogram" dialog box. This button is disabled if no image is selected or if multiple images are selected. File format box and Image size box Use these boxes to select the file format and the image size when you use the "Save"...
Large Preview Window Details 1. When you launch the Camera Shooting Software, the Large Preview window opens at the same time as the Shooting window. 2. You can use the Large Preview window to check an image you have shot. When you select an image in the Scroll Preview, the selected image is displayed in the Large Preview window.
Specifying the Photography Settings 1. Before taking a picture, use the procedure described here to check photography settings such as the sensitivity and shutter speed and to change the settings as desired. When you click on the [Shoot Conditions] button in the Shooting window, the "Shoot Settings"...
• Clicking the [Cancel] button discards the current settings and closes the "Shoot Settings" dialog box. Sensitivity Selects the ISO film speed. The following 4 film speeds can be selected: ISO 320, ISO 400, ISO 800 or ISO 1600 Metering Displays the metering mode set on the camera.
Performs "one-push AWB" (automatic white balance setting). This option can be specified when the white balance mode is set to "Custom". Set the white balance mode to "Custom" and click the [Apply] button to enable the [AWB] button. To perform "one-push AWB": 1 Hold up a piece of white paper in front of the viewfinder so that completely covers the area photographed.
Setting the Image Display Orientation 1. The "Display orientation" box sets the orientation in which photographed images are displayed. The orientation specified here governs the way images are displayed in the Scroll Preview and Large Preview window. 2. Click on the arrow button in the "Display Orientation" box and select the display orientation.
Taking Pictures When you have specified the photography settings and the display orientation, you are ready to take pictures on the camera. 1. When the "Host" option button is selected, click the [Shoot] button in the "Shoot" window to take a picture. If the "Camera" option button is selected, press the shutter button on the camera.
2. When you take the picture, the image is stored in the camera's memory and displayed in the "Scroll Preview" in the Shooting window. Up to 5 shots can be taken on the camera. To continue taking additional pictures, erase some unwanted images or save the images to your PC and then erase them.
Checking the Image Histogram Before you save a photographed image, you can use the histogram to check the color distribution in the image. 1. Select the image to be checked and click the [Histogram] button in the Shooting window. The Histogram dialog box then appears. 2.
Setting the File Format and Image Size for Saved Files Before you save a photographed image, set the file format and the image size. 1. Select the file format to be used when the image is saved in the "File format" box in the Shooting window.
Importing Images (Save files as...) There are two functions that import photographed images to your PC: "Save file as..." and "Save". Save file as...: In this function, you specify the folder in which the image file is to be saved and the file name to be used when the image is imported.
Importing Images (Save) Save: This function saves the photographed image to a destination folder specified beforehand and automatically generates a file name. 1. Specify the destination folder before using the Save function. Click the [Set Folder] button in the Shooting window to open the Set Folder dialog box.
• See " Selecting Images" image. • When an image is saved, the file format and image size specified in the Shooting window are used. See "Setting the File Format and Image Size for Saved Files" • You cannot open and view a saved file in the Camera Shooting Software.
Erasing Images To erase an image you have photographed, select the image to be erased and click the [Clear] button. If you click the [select All] button and then click the [Clear] button, all the images displayed in the Scroll Preview are erased. •...
Using Time-lapse Photography Time-lapse photography shoots a specified number of images at a set specified interval and then saves the images. 1. Set the interval between shots and the number of shots to be taken. Tick the [Time-lapse photography] checkbox in the Shooting window. 2.
File format Select the file format to be used when the image is saved. The following 5 file formats can be selected: Exif-JPEG (Basic) Exif-JPEG (Normal) Exif-JPEG (Fine) Refer to the Owner's Manual for the camera for details. Image size Select the image size to be used when the image is saved.
4. When the specified number of time-lapse photography shots has been taken, the [Close] button is enabled. Click the [Close] button to close the "Shooting time-lapse pictures..." message box. • Clicking the [Cancel] button stops time-lapse photography stops and closes the "Shooting time-lapse pictures..."...
Camera Shooting Software Exiting the Camera Shooting Software To exit the Camera Shooting Software, select "Exit" from the "File" menu in the Shooting window. On Macintosh computers also, select "Exit" from the "File" menu. You can also exit the Camera Shooting Software by clicking the Close button in the top- right corner in the Windows version or the Close box in the top-left corner in the Macintosh version.