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HP 630 series User's Manual

Hewlett-packard digital camera user's manual.

 
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Summary of Contents

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    630 series digital camera with hp instant share user's manual user's manual user's manual...

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    Trademark and copyright information © Copyright 2003 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, LP Reproduction, adaptation or translation without prior written permission is prohibited, except as allowed under copyright law. The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Hewlett-Packard shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 1: Getting started ......8 Camera parts ......9 Top and back of camera .

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    Chapter 4: Using hp instant share ....58 Setting up the share menu on the camera ..59 Using the share menu .

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    Getting assistance ......99 HP accessibility website ....99 HP photosmart website .

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    Appendix A: Batteries and camera accessories ..106 Managing batteries ..... . . 106 Extending battery life .

  • Page 8: Getting Started

    HP Photosmart printer or to any other HP printer with a front panel USB port.

  • Page 9: Camera Parts, Top And Back Of Camera

    Camera parts NOTE Refer to the pages in parentheses after the part names for more information about those specific camera parts. Top and back of camera # Name ON/OFF switch (page 17) Video button (page 25) Shutter button (pages 23, 27) Chapter 1: Getting started Description Turns the camera power on and off...

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    Image Display Allows you to tag images for printing Turns Playback on and off on the Image Display Turns Live View on and off on the Image Display hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual Capture...

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    # Name 13 Image Display (pages 29, 46) 14 Viewfinder lights: Video (page 25) and Auto Exposure/Auto Focus and Flash (page 30) 15 Viewfinder (pages 23, 28) Chapter 1: Getting started Description Allows you to frame pictures and video clips using Live View afterward in Playback, and to view all the menus...

  • Page 12: Front, Bottom, And Side Of Camera

    Self-Timer in the On - 2 shots. When set to shots, also blinks during the time between the first and second shots. Records audio clips hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual Capture menu is set to On -...

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    Allows you access to insert and remove the batteries and an optional memory card Allows you to connect an optional HP AC power adapter to the camera to either operate the camera without batteries, or recharge the batteries in the camera...

  • Page 14: Setup, Attaching The Wrist Strap, Attaching The Lens Cap Tether

    Insert the long loop of the tether through the lens cap tether mount. Pull the long loop over the sides of the lens cap and then under the lens cap as shown. Pull to tighten the knot. hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual...

  • Page 15: Attaching The Lens Cap, Installing The Batteries

    NOTE For more information, see page 106. You can also use an optional HP AC power adapter to power the camera, and you can recharge batteries in the camera using an optional HP AC power adapter or HP 8886 camera dock. For more information,...

  • Page 16: Installing A Memory Card (optional)

    NOTE You can install or remove an optional memory card while the camera is powered on with an optional HP AC power adapter. on page 110. hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual...

  • Page 17: Turning On Power, Understanding The Status Screen

    Memory light turns on solid. Understanding the status screen When you turn on the camera, the HP logo screen and then the status screen display for a few seconds on the Image Display. The main part of the status screen...

  • Page 18: Restoring Previous Settings, Choosing The Language

    You can change the language setting by using the Language menu option in the Using the setup menu Language on page 74. ON/OFF switch to turn on the camera. buttons Setup menu. See on page 71, and then see hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual button Chapter 6:...

  • Page 19: Setting The Date And Time, Installing The Software

    Display then turns off. Installing the software The HP Photo & Imaging software allows you to unload images from the camera, view them, print them, and e-mail them. It also allows you to configure the Chapter 4: Using hp instant share...

  • Page 20: Windows

    Service Pack 2 on Windows 98, 98 SE, or Me. Close all programs and temporarily disable any virus protection software running on your computer. Insert the HP Photo & Imaging software CD into the CD drive of your computer. The installation window automatically appears.

  • Page 21: Macintosh

    Macintosh Close all programs and temporarily disable any virus protection software running on your computer. Insert the HP Photo & Imaging software CD into the CD drive of your computer. Double-click the CD icon on the computer desktop. Double-click the installer icon, and then follow the on-screen instructions to install the software.

  • Page 22: Camera States And Menus

    For information on this menu, see menu on page 71. on page 23. HP Instant Share on page 58. Setup Chapter 6: Using the setup hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual Chapter 2: technology menu, which...

  • Page 23: Chapter 2 Taking Pictures And Recording Video Clips, Taking Still Pictures

    Chapter 2: Taking pictures and recording video clips Taking still pictures You can take a picture almost any time the camera is on, regardless of what is being shown on the Image Display. For example, if a menu is currently displayed when you press the Shutter button, the menu will be canceled, and the camera will take a picture.

  • Page 24: Recording Audio With Still Pictures

    Shutter button down for longer than on the Image Display. You can delete by pressing the hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual Record Using the Record audio Shutter button or...

  • Page 25: Recording Video Clips

    Instead, you must use a television (TV) or computer to hear audio clips. If you have an optional HP 8886 camera dock, you can review the audio clips attached to your still images by connecting the camera to a TV via the camera dock. For information on how to do this, see the HP 8886 Camera Dock User’s Manual...

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    Instead, you must use a television (TV) or computer to hear the audio portion. If you have an optional HP 8886 camera dock, you can review the audio portion of your video clips by connecting the camera to a TV via the camera dock.

  • Page 27: Taking Self-timer Pictures

    Taking self-timer pictures You can also take still pictures using the Capture menu. Self-Timer to either menu. See Using the capture menu Self-timer on page 38. Secure the camera to a tripod or set it on a stable surface. Frame the subject for your picture in the viewfinder (see page 28).

  • Page 28: Using The Viewfinder

    Macro in the on page 35, and then see on page 39. (Live View turns on automatically when you Macro hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual Macro Capture menu. See Macro Exposure Live View alleviates...

  • Page 29: Using Live View

    Using live view The Image Display allows you to frame pictures and video clips using Live View. To activate press the Live View Live View button again. NOTE Using Live View conserve batteries, use the viewfinder instead. The following table describes the information that is displayed in the Live View screen of the Image Display when the camera...

  • Page 30: Using Auto Focus

    Icon Description depends on the state of your camera batteries; Managing batteries HP AC power adapter or HP camera dock Focus brackets (see the next section, focus) Using auto focus The circle in the viewfinder and the two brackets in the middle...

  • Page 31: Using Focus Lock, Setting The Flash

    Using focus lock Focus Lock allows you to focus on a subject that is not in the center of the picture, or to capture action shots more quickly by pre-focusing in the area where action will occur. You can also Focus Lock to help achieve focus in low lighting or low contrast situations.

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    This setting only works when taking pictures of still objects. You may also want to use a tripod for better results. Red-Eye Night flash setting. The shutter is hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual Night , the...

  • Page 33: Using Zoom, Optical Zoom, Digital Zoom

    Using zoom NOTE Zoom does not work while recording video clips. Optical zoom NOTE Frequent or extended use of optical zoom consumes a lot of battery power and can drain your batteries quickly. Optical zoom works like the zoom on a traditional film camera, with physical lens elements moving inside the camera to make the subject of your picture appear closer.

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    For better results when using digital zoom, you may also want to use a tripod to minimize camera shake. control again Live View button, Playback hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual by pressing button, or...

  • Page 35: Using The Capture Menu

    Using the capture menu Capture menu allows you to adjust various camera settings that affect the traits of the images and video clips you capture with your camera, such as their exposure, color, and resolution. To display the Capture time when the Image Display is turned off, or when View is turned on in the Image Display.

  • Page 36: Help For The Menu Options, Image Quality

    Better setting. Similarly, more still images and video clips can be stored in memory at the Good setting than at the Better setting. hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual...

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    NOTE Pictures remaining: located at the bottom of the when you highlight a new setting. For the approximate number of still images that can be stored in memory when the camera is set to the different Memory capacity for still images The following table describes the relation to still images.

  • Page 38: Self-timer

    Recording video clips Self-Timer Self-Timer Self-Timer shots, the when recording video clips. The On - 2 shots setting is Off. The Taking self-timer pictures on page 25. hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual Self-Timer setting, the Self-Timer setting on page 27,...

  • Page 39: Ev Compensation, Exposure Mode

    EV compensation In the Capture menu (see page 35), if you press EV Compensation highlighted, the EV Compensation screen displays. This screen allows you to change the exposure value (EV) that is used when capturing images and recording video clips. In difficult lighting conditions, you can use to override the automatic exposure setting that the camera makes.

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    0.1 to 0.8 m (2.5 to 32 in) away. Action ISO Speed menu option is grayed-out in Macro Live View. (Live View on page 28. hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual Exposure settings. Landscape to take close-up turns on Live Macro Macro...

  • Page 41: White Balance

    Finally, when set to not take a picture if it cannot find focus. In this case, both of the viewfinder lights blink green, and the focus brackets turn red in Live View. See Using auto focus White balance In the Capture menu (see page 35), if you press...

  • Page 42: Iso Speed

    The camera balances color assuming cool or warm fluorescent lighting. setting does not apply when you are ISO Speed ISO Speed ISO 100 setting to capture ISO Speed setting when taking either hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual 100, you...

  • Page 43: Color

    The default ISO Speed to pick the best ISO Speed resets to Auto when you turn off the camera. NOTE When you set the Landscape is grayed-out, and the camera automatically selects the best ISO Speed Color In the Capture menu (see page 35), if you press when the...

  • Page 44: Saturation, Sharpness

    The colors in your images will be normally saturated. The colors in your images will be more vivid. setting does not apply when you are Sharpness Sharpness hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual settings. The setting remains set...

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    The following table describes the default setting is Medium. The when you turn off the camera. Icon Setting None Medium High Setup In the Capture menu (see page 35), if you press Setup option is highlighted, the Chapter 6: Using the setup menu Chapter 2: Taking pictures and recording video clips Sharpness settings.

  • Page 46: Chapter 3 Reviewing Images And Video Clips, Using Playback

    To turn off the Image Display after reviewing your images and video clips, press the button to activate Playback. The most Video icon. The video button to move to button to scroll faster. Playback button again. hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual...

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    Instead, you must use a television (TV) or computer to hear audio. If you have an optional HP 8886 camera dock, you can review the audio by connecting the camera to a TV via the camera dock. For information on...

  • Page 48: Tagging Images For Direct Print

    HP Photosmart printer or to any other HP printer with a front panel USB port. The that you see a still image displayed on the Image Display, such...

  • Page 49: Using The Playback Menu

    To tag a still image for direct print, press the Then use the want to print. The printer that you set appears in the lower right-hand corner of the image. The maximum number of copies that you can set for a still image is 99.

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    Rotates this image automatically 90 degrees clockwise (not available for video clips) menu and return to viewing images in EXIT PLAYBACK MENU button. Playback Playback menu hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual option Playback menu menu is displayed.

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    —Visible if this image has an audio clip —Visible if this is a video clip, with the on page 48), or does not display if on page 58), or does not display setting (such as the 3 Tagging images for HP Instant Share Chapter 4: Using hp...

  • Page 52: Delete

    • the camera is connected to a computer Use the buttons to highlight an option, and then press button to select it. Delete Delete Memory— hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual...

  • Page 53: Record Audio

    Record audio NOTE You cannot select this option if a video clip is currently displayed. In the Playback menu (see page 49), if you press when the Audio option is highlighted, you can record an audio clip that will be attached to the currently displayed image.

  • Page 54: View Thumbnails

    Instead, you must use a television (TV) or computer to hear audio clips. If you have an optional HP 8886 camera dock, you can review the audio clips attached to your still images by connecting the camera to a TV via the camera dock. For information on how to do this, see the HP 8886 Camera Dock User’s Manual...

  • Page 55: Magnify

    A yellow border highlights the currently selected image or video clip. The number of Share destinations and direct print copies, if any, for the currently selected image is shown in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen next to the Share icon and printer icon, respectively.

  • Page 56: Rotate

    If you select this option for an image that was previously rotated, the image will be rotated again. Zoom controls to increase or decrease the Zoom Out Rotate with Rotate menu. hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual control will Playback menu, Rotate menu button to move to...

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    Setup In the Playback menu (see page 49), if you press when the Setup option is highlighted, the Setup menu displays. See Chapter 6: Using the setup menu on page 71. Chapter 3: Reviewing images and video clips...

  • Page 58: Using Hp Instant Share

    Share in action. menu on your camera, as explained in the destinations. First see on page 63. Unloading to a computer hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual HP Instant Share. Using the Tagging images for HP Instant to see...

  • Page 59: Setting Up The Share Menu On The Camera

    Connect the camera to your computer by using the USB cable or an optional HP 8886 camera dock. This activates the Camera Share Menu Setup Wizard. NOTE If you have a memory card installed in your camera,...

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    On Macintosh, click on the If you are using a: • Windows computer, you will be asked to sign in to HP’s Passport program. HP Passport allows you to create a secure account for the images you share using Share services.

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    Next destinations are then saved to the camera’s When the computer confirms they have been saved to your camera, disconnect the camera from the computer. Chapter 4: Using hp instant share screen (in the Share menu, repeat steps 4-6 on...

  • Page 62: Using The Share Menu

    Share screen. Share menu. lets you add more e-mail HP Instant Share menu. (See Customizing the share menu hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual menu. When you press Share menu destinations to the HP Instant Share...

  • Page 63: Destinations

    Tagging images for hp instant share destinations NOTE You can tag each still image for any number of HP Instant Share video clips for any Turn on the camera, and then press the Use the buttons to scroll to a still image for which you...

  • Page 64: How Hp Instant Share E-mails Images, Windows, Macintosh

    Share e-mail destinations. Images are e-mailed as attachments directly to recipients using the default e-mail program on your computer. HP Instant Share menu. The message contains thumbnail hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual works HP Instant...

  • Page 65: Customizing The Share Menu

    Connect the camera to your computer by using the USB cable or an optional HP 8886 camera dock. This activates the Camera Share Menu Setup Wizard. NOTE If you have a memory card installed in your camera,...

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    When the computer confirms they have been saved to your camera, disconnect the camera from the computer. Save to Camera Next on a Macintosh computer. The hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual Share Share HP Instant on a Share...

  • Page 67: Chapter 5 Unloading And Printing Images, Unloading To A Computer

    NOTE You can also use the optional HP 8886 camera dock to unload images to a computer or print them directly to a printer, as well as display them on a television. See the HP 8886 Camera Dock User’s Manual...

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    However, if you want to use the your camera to unload images to a computer that is running Windows 98, you must first install the HP Photo & Imaging software on the computer. Select the program to action. Simply click on Start Unload.

  • Page 69: Printing Images

    You can also connect the camera directly to any HP Photosmart printer or to any other HP printer with a front panel USB port, then print either all images in the camera, or those images you have tagged for direct print via the camera.

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    Press the button to begin printing. menu displays on Print Setup menu. will be Print Setup screen showing the page layout that will Print Size hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual menu by using the Paper Size.

  • Page 71: Using The Setup Menu

    Chapter 6: Using the setup menu Setup menu allows you to adjust a number of camera settings, such as the date and time, and the configuration of the USB or TV connection. You can access the either the Capture To display the Setup Playback menu and use the...

  • Page 72: Camera Sounds, Date & Time

    To set the current date and time, as well as the date/time format, for the camera: Adjust the value of the highlighted selection by using the buttons. Press the buttons to move to the other selections. Camera setting Date & Time Date & hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual...

  • Page 73: Usb Configuration

    Mass Storage Device Class (MSDC) standard. Use this setting for unloading and sharing on a Macintosh computer, or on a Windows computer that does not have the HP Photo & Imaging software installed on it. NOTE...

  • Page 74: Tv Configuration, Language

    (TV) that is connected to the camera with an optional HP 8886 camera dock. NTSC—Format used primarily in North America and Japan PAL—Format used primarily in Europe...

  • Page 75: Move Images To Card

    To set the language on the camera: Scroll to the language that you want by using the buttons. Press the button to select the highlighted language. Move images to card Move Images to Card an optional memory card is installed in the camera and the internal memory contains at least one image.

  • Page 76: Chapter 7 Troubleshooting And Support, Problems And Solutions

    The diagnostic tests for the HP Photosmart 630 series digital camera with HP Instant Share are provided on the following website: www.hp.com/support.

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    Chapter 7: Troubleshooting and support Solution Ensure that the HP AC power adapter is connected to the camera and is plugged into a working electrical outlet. Ensure that the HP AC power adapter is not damaged or defective and is plugged into a working electrical outlet.

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    Live batteries. Also use the flash and or video zoom only when necessary. Use an HP AC power adapter to power the camera when you are using the Image Display for an extended period of time, or use the viewfinder instead of the Image Display whenever possible.

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    If this does not work, it is likely that one or more of the batteries are bad. Purchase new NiMH batteries and try again. Use only the HP AC power adapter approved for use with this camera. (See Purchasing camera accessories page 110.)

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    In this case, replace or recharge the batteries when they are fully drained. hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual Live View...

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    Problem Possible cause The camera The camera is does not turned off or respond has shut down. when I press The camera is a button. connected to a computer. The batteries are drained. The optional memory card is not a supported card or is corrupted.

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    (See the range for the Capture Macro mode on page 39.) Wait a few seconds for the camera to finish processing the last image before taking another picture. hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual Shutter button all the setting in Exposure...

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    Problem Possible cause A long delay The camera occurs needs time to between lock focus and pressing the exposure. Shutter button The camera is and the taking a long camera exposure. taking a The camera is picture. set to either the Red-Eye Night setting.

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    Be sure to move your fingers away from the flash when you take a picture. Increase the Exposure Compensation so the light-colored objects in the scene will not look “muddy.” hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual (see Flash Off setting (see see page 39...

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    Problem Possible cause My image is You moved the blurry. camera while you took the picture. The light is low and the flash is set to The camera focused on the wrong thing, or was unable to focus. The camera should have been set to Macro...

  • Page 86: Resetting The Camera

    The camera is reset. Close the battery/memory card door. You may now use the camera again. switch is the Reset switch hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual...

  • Page 87: Messages On The Camera

    Live View on the Live Image Display. recharge batteries, or use an optional HP AC power adapter. Battery power is Replace or recharge too low to record batteries, or use an a video clip.

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    The optional Format the memory card memory card (see the needs to be formatted. page 52). This will delete all data on the card. hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual on page 52). Or Installing Format option in Delete sub-menu on...

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    Message Card has wrong format Unable to format Card locked The card is locked. Please remove the card from your camera. Card is unreadable Chapter 7: Troubleshooting and support Possible cause Solution The optional Save any images on the memory card is card.

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    (2.5 to 32 in) by moving can focus in further away from the Macro subject. (See Exposure Mode. mode hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual on page 52). Or Macro Auto Exposure setting. (See Macro Exposure on page 39.)

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    Message LOW LIGHT - UNABLE TO FOCUS Unable to focus No images in memory (or) No images on card Chapter 7: Troubleshooting and support Possible cause Solution The scene is too Add an external light dark and the source, or use camera cannot (see page 31) and point at focus in...

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    HP Photosmart printer printer. or another HP printer with a front panel USB port. Or connect the camera to a computer and print from there instead. hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual...

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    Print Setup camera and sure the cable is connected printer. between the camera or the optional HP 8886 camera dock and the printer. If that does not work, turn off the camera and disconnect it. Turn the printer off and then on again.

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    To cancel the print job, press the button on the camera. hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual button on the menu. button on the menu. Install a button on the menu.

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    Turn the camera off and have a hardware then on again. If that does or firmware not fix the problem, try problem. resetting the camera (see page 86). If the problem persists, call HP Support (see page 99). button on the...

  • Page 96: Messages On The Computer

    The cable is not Make sure that the cable is connected firmly connected to the correctly. computer and camera. hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual...

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    Try connecting the not working camera directly to an correctly. HP Photosmart printer or an HP printer with a front panel USB port, and print an image. This will verify that the image, memory card, USB connection, and the USB cable are functioning correctly, or not.

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    (see the page 52). If it will not format, it is probably corrupted. Replace the memory card. The USB Reboot the computer. connection failed. hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual Save/Print button Format option in Delete sub-menu on...

  • Page 99: Getting Assistance, Hp Accessibility Website, Hp Photosmart Website, Support Process

    Subscribe to newsletters, driver and software updates, and support alerts Support process The HP support process works most effectively if you perform the following steps in the order specified: Review the troubleshooting section of this User’s Manual, which starts on page 76.

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    As a part of HP’s continuing efforts to improve phone support information services, we advise you to check the HP website on a regular basis for new information regarding service features and delivery. If you cannot solve the problem using the above options, call HP while you are in front of your computer and digital camera.

  • Page 101: Phone Support In The United States

    CD label) • Messages displayed at the time the situation occurred The applicable conditions for HP phone support are subject to change without notice. Telephone support is free from the date of purchase for the period specified unless otherwise noted.

  • Page 102: And Africa

    After the warranty period, call (208) 323-2551. Charges are $25.00 per issue, and are charged to your credit card. If you think your HP product needs service, call HP Consumer Support, which can help determine if service is required. Phone support in Europe, the Middle...

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    Italy 848 800 871 Luxembourg 900 40 006 (French) 900 40 007 (German) Morocco +212 224 047 47 Netherlands 0900 2020 165 (Euro 0.10/minute) Norway +47 815 62 070 Poland +48 22 865 98 00 Portugal 808 201 492 Romania +40 1 315 44 42 Russian Federation Saudi Arabia...

  • Page 104: Other Phone Support Worldwide

    Other phone support worldwide HP Consumer Support phone numbers and policies may change. Visit the following website to check the details and conditions of phone support in your country/region: www.hp.com/support. Argentina +54 0 810 555 5520 Australia +61 (3) 8877 8000 (or local (03) 8877 8000) Brazil +55 (11) 3747 7799 (Grande São Paulo)

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    Mexico +52 58 9922 (Mexico City) +52 01 800 472 6684 (outside Mexico City) New Zealand +64 (9) 356 6640 Peru +51 0 800 10111 Philippines +63 (2) 867 3551 Puerto Rico +1 877 2320 589 Singapore +65 6272 5300 Taiwan +886 0 800 010055 Thailand...

  • Page 106: Batteries And Camera Accessories, Managing Batteries

    Infrequent use (with dock) Want to recharge batteries Photo- Alkaline Lithium Poor Fair Poor Poor Poor Poor Poor Fair Fair hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual NiMH Fair Good Good Fair Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Fair Good...

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    NOTE If you do not intend to use your camera for extended periods of time (more than a month), we strongly recommend that you remove the batteries. The following battery levels may appear on the Image Display: Icon Description Batteries have 65-100 percent battery life remaining.

  • Page 108: Extending Battery Life

    This minimizes the number of times the lens has to extend and retract. Use an optional HP AC power adapter or HP 8886 camera dock when the camera will be on for extended periods of time, or when unloading pictures to your computer or printing.

  • Page 109: Rechargeable Batteries, Power Conservation

    NiMH batteries can also be recharged in the camera when the camera is connected to an optional HP AC power adapter or HP 8886 camera dock. Batteries are fully recharged via the HP AC power adapter or camera dock in 15 hours.

  • Page 110: Purchasing Camera Accessories

    Some accessories for this digital camera are listed below: HP Photosmart 8886 camera dock (includes a camera dock, remote control, two rechargeable NiMH batteries, audio/ video cable, USB cable, and an AC power adapter): •...

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    Memory card—Secure Digital (SD) or MultiMediaCard (MMC). 16 MB is the minimum usable card size and 128 MB is the largest memory card tested by HP. Larger sizes of cards have not been tested, but they should work— use at your own risk.

  • Page 112: Specifications

    MultiMediaCard (MMC) memory card supported, 16 MB minimum and 512 MB maximum. (A 128 MB memory card is the largest memory card tested by HP. Memory cards larger than 128 MB have not been tested and will probably work; however HP cannot guarantee that.) See...

  • Page 113

    Feature Description Focus Auto focus. Focus range settings: Shutter speed 1/2000 to 2 seconds Tripod mount Built-in flash Built-in flash assembly, 6-second recharge Flash working 10 cm (4 in) to 2.5 m (8.2 ft) distance External flash Flash settings Auto (default), Red-Eye, Flash On, Flash Off, Night Image Display 1.6-inch color backlit LED...

  • Page 114

    MPEG1 for video clips USB to a computer, or USB to an HP Photosmart printer or to any other HP printer with a front panel USB port DC IN 3.3—3.7V HP Photosmart 8886 camera dock hp photosmart 630 series user’s manual...

  • Page 115

    “ultra” or “premium” grade alkaline, or rechargeable NiMH. NiMH batteries can be recharged in the camera using the optional HP camera dock or HP AC power adapter. Optional HP Photosmart 8886 camera dock: Appendix B: Specifications PTP transfer (15740)

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    Optional HP AC power adapter (Input: 100- (continued) 240Vac; Output: 3.3-3.7Vdc @ 571- 2500mA): Slow trickle recharging in camera with the optional HP AC power adapter or HP camera dock (100% in 15 hours maximum). External body 100.8 mm (L) by 41.7 mm (W) by dimensions 66.3 mm (H)

  • Page 117: Memory Capacity For Still Images

    Memory capacity for still images The following table lists the approximate number of still images that can be stored in the internal 16 MB memory in the camera or on an optional 16 MB Secure Digital (SD) memory card when the camera is set to the different available in the Capture NOTE...

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    Index AA batteries 106, 115 AC power adapter connector on camera 13 HP part number 115 purchasing 111 accessories for camera 110 alkaline batteries 106, 115 arrow buttons on Controller 10 audio clips, record 24, 53 Auto Exposure/Auto Focus and...

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    110 HP Instant Share customizing the Share menu 65 description 8, 58 Share button 10, 59 tagging images for HP Instant Share destinations 63 turn on/off 59 using the Share menu 62 HP web sites 99 Image Display description 11...

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    magnify 55 memory capacity 36, 117 number remaining 29 record audio clips 24 rotate 56 Saturation setting 44 Self-Timer setting 38 share 58 Sharpness setting 44 too dark/light 39 undelete 52 unloading camera to computer 67 view thumbnails 54 White Balance setting 41 install batteries 15 lens cap 15...

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    107 consumption 115 light 10 restoring previous settings 18 specifications 115 turn on/off 17 power adapter, HP AC connector on camera 13 purchasing 111 Power ON/OFF switch, description 9 Power/Memory light, description 10 previous settings, restoring 18...

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    Share button 59 Share button, description 10 share images 58 Share menu customizing 65 description 62 set up 59 tagging images for HP Instant Share destinations 63 using 62 Sharpness, setting 44 Shutter button description 9 lock exposure and focus 30...

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    30 using 28 viewfinder lights (LEDs), description 11 viewing images and video clips 46 web sites for HP 99 White Balance, setting 41 Windows computer bonus software 20 connect to 67 install software 20 working distance of flash 113...

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    Printed in China 2003 *Q2224 90101* Q2224-90101...

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