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  • Page 2: Important Safety Information

    Keep your sales receipt for proof of purchase to obtain warranty parts and service and attach it here. Record the serial number and model numbers located on the bottom of the camera. Model No: ______________________________________________ CDS1005 Serial No: ______________________________________________ Purchase Date: __________________________________________...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Assistance We want to make sure you enjoy your new digital still camera. If you have any questions, call: Digital Camera Exchange Warranty ....877-833-3491 Customer Service ..........877-833-3491 Accessories ............800-338-0376 Minimum System Requirements Macintosh** System PC System Requirements Requirements Windows 95* PC with Available Serial Port Macintosh OS** 8.1 or Later...

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    Table of Contents Adjusting Settings ......8 Accessories Order Form ..21 On-Screen Menu Choices ..8 Specifications ......24 Changing Settings ....9 Optional AC Adapter ..... 24 Record Mode ......9 Setting Image Quality ..9 Self-Timer ....... 10 Adjusting the Exposure Value (EV) ....

  • Page 5: First Things First

    • The items shown below are packed with your camera. If any are missing or appear damaged, contact the dealer where the camera was purchased. 2 AA Batteries Hand Strap CDS1005 Digital Camera USB Cable (Macintosh or PC) Image Editing Software...

  • Page 6: Camera Details

    First Things First Camera Details Shutter release/OK button Optical viewfinder (front) Lens Flash Auto flash sensor Self-timer LED Ready/processing light Viewfinder (back) Menu screen Exposure value/ next image button Flash set/ previous picture button Power (ON/OFF) button M Menu button ON/OFF Battery Cover –...

  • Page 7: Power Supply

    First Things First Attach the Hand Strap Dropping a camera can cause serious damage both internally and externally. So, to secure your investment, attach the hand strap first thing, and use it every time. 1. Insert the small loop at the end of the strap under the strap eyelet.

  • Page 8: Recording Pictures

    First Things First Auto Power Off To conserve energy, the camera goes into “sleep” mode automatically if no buttons or switches are pressed for approximately 2 minutes. Press the ON/OFF button on the back of the camera to turn it back on. Recording Pictures Since there needs to be pictures taken before the camera will display stored files, let’s walk through the steps to capture images.

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    First Things First Viewing Stored Images The images stored in the camera’s memory may be viewed on a TV screen or downloaded to your computer. For more information about viewing images on the AC ADAPTER DC IN 5 V computer, see the section, Working with Images, in this manual.

  • Page 10: Adjusting Settings

    Adjusting Settings Adjusting Settings On-Screen Menu Choices To get the most benefit from your digital camera, you must know and be able to navigate through the LCD menu choices. In the main menu of either the record ( ) or playback ( ) mode of the camera, you can change settings for different aspects of the camera’s...

  • Page 11: Changing Settings

    Adjusting Settings Changing Settings To switch between recording mode ( and playback mode ( ), quickly press ON/OFF and release the Menu button ( ) at the EV + lower right of the LCD screen until the • on-screen icon changes. NTSC Pressing and holding the Menu button –...

  • Page 12: Self-timer

    Adjusting Settings Turning on the Self-Timer Adjusting the Exposure Value (EV) The self-timer creates a 10-second delay The digital camera’s exposure value is a from the time you press the shutter way to compensate for the amount of release button and the time the picture is time and light the shutter allows to taken.

  • Page 13: Flash Control

    Adjusting Settings Flash Control Playback Mode The digital camera is set by default to In playback mode ( ) , the digital automatically fire its flash if there is not camera is able to upload images to a enough light for a picture. Flash firing computer or TV screen, and erase can be turned off manually as well.

  • Page 14: Erasing Single Images

    Adjusting Settings Erasing All Images Note: For information about putting An alternative to erasing images one at pictures on a computer, see the Software section of this manual. a time is to erase all stored images at once. To do this, use the Erase All Erasing Single Images command.

  • Page 15: Software

    Software Software Installing the Included Software* Important Note Use the provided software and cables to transfer This section of the your photos from the digital camera to a manual assumes that computer for saving and editing. The images you are familiar with saved on the computer can be edited using the using all aspects of included ArcSoft PhotoImpression 2000* image-...

  • Page 16: Connect The Camera To The Computer

    Connect the Camera to the Computer Now that there are images stored in the camera, you can connect it to the computer and “upload” the data to the Your RCA Camera folder that was installed on your computer. If the camera is properly connected, the images on the camera will appear in Your RCA Camera file on the computer.

  • Page 17: Save Your Photos

    Software Save Your Photos The images in Your RCA Camera folder are not saved. If you erase them from the camera without saving them to the computer, they will be lost. We suggest that you save the photos to a file on your computer or in albums in the PhotoImpression 2000 program.

  • Page 18: References

    References References Camera User Interface Camera Top View Basic Button Functionality Button Playback mode Record mode EV/+ Advances to next Adjusts the exposure stored picture value in .5 increments Camera Front View ranging from -1 to +1 /– Displays preceding Toggles between auto picture number flash (flash on) and...

  • Page 19: Troubleshooting

    References Troubleshooting Q: The camera doesn’t turn on when I press the ON/OFF button. A: The batteries are missing, dead, or are not loaded correctly. Correctly load new batteries in the battery chamber. If you are using an AC adapter, make sure you are only using an AC adapter with the correct specifications for this camera.

  • Page 20: Taking Care Of Your Camera

    References Taking Care of Your Camera Your camera is a precision instrument designed and manufactured to give you reliable service. Handled and cared for properly, the camera should give years of trouble-free imaging. In order to avoid damaging the unit: Do Not: •...

  • Page 21: Limited Warranty

    References Limited Warranty What your warranty covers: • Any defect in materials or workmanship. For how long after your purchase: • One year - Unit exchange, which includes parts and labor. • The warranty for rental units begins with the first rental or 45 days from date of shipment to the rental firm, whichever comes first.

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    References To receive a replacement camera after we have received your unit: • Write the SR number on the outside of the carton used to return the unit. Make sure you insure your shipment in case of damage or loss. •...

  • Page 23: Accessories Order Form

    Accessories Optional Accessories Order Form (CDS1005) Description Part No. Price Qty. Total NiMH Battery Charger PC224 $29.95 (includes 4 rechargeable AA batteries) Rechargeable Batteries (AA) 2-pack Alkaline batteries PC102AK $3.95 4-pack Alkaline batteries PC104AK $4.95 2-pack Nickel Metal Hydride batteries PC202MH $9.95...

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    Accessories USE YOUR CREDIT CARD Charge your order on your VISA, MasterCard, or Discover Card by filling in the provided form: Copy complete account number from your VISA card IMPORTANT: ® Expiration date: Copy complete account number from your MasterCard IMPORTANT: Copy Number above your name on MasterCard Expiration date:...

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    Accessories To order accessories, contact your local Dealer. If a dealer is not nearby, you can also follow the directions below to order by telephone or direct-by-mail. To order by phone: To place your order by phone, have your Visa, MasterCard, or Discover card ready and call the toll-free number listed below.

  • Page 26: Specifications

    References Specifications Product Type: Digital Still Camera Imaging Device: 1/3-inch CMOS Image Quality: Fine/Normal Image Resolution: 640 x 480 pixels Recording System: Digital (JPEG based) Recording Medium: 2 Mb internal flash memory Erase Functions: Single image or all images Video System: NTSC output Computer Interface: USB or PC RS-232C Focal Length: 7 mm Aperture: f=2.0...

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    Index Power supply 5 batteries 5 AA Batteries 3 Flash 4 Problem solving 17 Accessories 1 built in 11 Product registration i2 included 3 Flash/– button 4, 16 optional 23 order form 21 Rechargeable batteries 21 ordering 23 Hand strap 3 Record mode 8 Auto flash sensor 4 attaching 5...

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  • Angela Meraz Apr 21, 2018 10:56:
    anyone know where I could find the usb cable and/or the digital cable for this camera. Please and Thank you.