Nokia 6108 User Manual

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    FCC Compliance Statement: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subjected 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. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules.

  • Page 3: Welcome, Safety Notice

    8. Remove the battery if it shows signs of leaking or distortion. 9. Use only the accessories supplied by the manufacturer. 10. Keep the camcorder out of the reach of infants.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Welcome ... 1 Safety Notice ... 1 Table of Contents ... 2 Getting Started ... 4 Knowing the camcorder parts ... 4 Loading the battery ... 5 Charging the battery ... 6 Inserting a memory card (optional) ... 7 Using the strap (optional) ... 8 Basic Operations ...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Installing the driver to your PC (1) ... 33 Installing the driver to your PC (2) ... 34 Connecting the camcorder to your PC ... 35 Copying files to the PC (1) ... 36 Copying files to the PC (2) ... 37 Viewing/Playing files on your PC ...

  • Page 6: Getting Started, Knowing The Camcorder Parts

    Getting Started Knowing the camcorder parts AV/Earphone connector LED indicator Shutter button ( LCD display Display off button Speaker Compartment cover Power button ( ) Help button ( ) Zoom button ( ) Record button ( Joystick ( Menu/OK button (...

  • Page 7: Loading The Battery

    Purchasing additional batteries: This camcorder uses one Nokia-6108 Li-ion battery as power source. You can purchase the Nokia-6108 Li-ion rechargeable battery (3.7 volt; 700mAh) at your local shop.

  • Page 8: Charging The Battery

    Connect the power cable or USB cable to your camcorder. AC adapter: You can use the camcorder as usual while the battery is being charged. USB charging: Connect one end of the USB cable to your computer and the other end to the camcorder.

  • Page 9: Inserting A Memory Card (optional)

    When a memory card is correctly inserted and detected, the card icon ( ) will display on the LCD screen. Do not insert or remove the memory card while the camcorder is reading or writing data. When a memory card is inserted, the camcorder will use the card as the main storage medium.

  • Page 10: Using The Strap (optional)

    Thread the strap body through the loop. Thread the other end of the strap through the loop, and you are ready to carry your camcorder around with ease.

  • Page 11: Basic Operations, Turning On/off Your Camcorder

    Press the power ( ) button for 1.5 second to turn off the camcorder. Note: If the camcorder stays inactive for a long period of time, it may automatically shut down due to the [Power Off] setting. See page 30 for more details.

  • Page 12: Reading Lcd Indicators (1)

    To enter the DV/DSC mode, press the Mode/Return ( the Joystick ( ) to highlight the DV/DSC mode. Then move the Joystick toward right ( ) to confi rm. Note: The camcorder automatically enters DV/DSC mode when it is powered on. Mode icon Strobe mode Selftimer mode...

  • Page 13: Reading Lcd Indicators (2)

    Reading LCD indicators (2) Playback mode To enter the Playback mode, press the Mode/Return ( the Joystick ( ) to highlight the Playback mode. Then move the Joystick toward right ( ) to confi rm. Mode icon File type icon Current fi...

  • Page 14: Reading Lcd Indicators (3)

    Reading LCD indicators (3) MP3 mode To enter the MP3 mode, press the Mode/Return ( Joystick ( ) to highlight the MP3 mode. Then move the Joystick toward right ( ) to confi rm. Mode icon Play/Pause/Stop icon Sound volume Repeat mode Current song/All songs Storage medium icon...

  • Page 15: Reading Lcd Indicators (4)

    Reading LCD indicators (4) Voice Recorder mode To enter the Voice Recorder mode, press the Mode/Return ( and use the Joystick ( ) to highlight the Voice Recorder mode. Then move the Joystick toward right ( Mode icon Sound volume Current fi...

  • Page 16: Setting Clock And Language

    Setting clock and language When you power on the camcorder for the fi rst time, you are recommended to adjust the clock and language settings. Setting clock: Power on the camcorder. Press the Mode/Return ( enter mode selection scenario. Use the Joystick (...

  • Page 17: Recording A Video Clip

    : about 100cm ~ 200cm : about 200cm ~ Set other advanced items if necessary. Press the Menu/OK ( your camcorder. See page 23 for more details. Press the Record ( While recording, you can do any of followings: 1) Use the Zoom ( ) button to zoom in or zoom out.

  • Page 18: Taking A Still Picture

    : The strobe is on. It will fi re in every shot. : The selftimer is on. After pressing the Shutter ( camcorder will have ten seconds delay before taking a picture. Set other advanced items if necessary. Press the Menu/OK ( your camcorder.

  • Page 19: Recording A Voice Clip

    Recording a voice clip Power on the camcorder and switch to Voice Recorder mode. Power on the camcorder. Press the Mode/Return ( the Joystick ( ) to highlight the Voice Recorder mode. Then move the Joystick toward right ( ) to confirm.

  • Page 20: Playing Back Your Recordings

    Playing back your recordings Power on the camcorder and switch to Playback mode. Power on the camcorder. Press the Mode/Return ( the Joystick ( ) to highlight the Playback mode. Then move the Joystick toward right ( ) to confi rm.

  • Page 21: Playing Mp3 Music (1)

    MP3 files into the camcorder. Connect the camcorder to your PC. Connect the camcorder to a PC using the USB cable. For details on how to connect the camcorder to your PC, see page 35.

  • Page 22: Playing Mp3 Music (2)

    Playing MP3 music (2) Playing music in MP3 mode Power on the camcorder and switch to MP3 mode. Power on the camcorder. Press the Mode/Return ( Joystick ( ) to highlight the MP3 mode. Then move the Joystick toward right ( ) to confirm.

  • Page 23: Viewing The Display On A Tv

    Viewing the display on a TV Connect your camcorder and TV via the accessory AV cable for real-time display. You can display your video clips, still pictures, and audio recordings directly on your TV, sharing them with your friends and family.

  • Page 24: Advanced Operations, Menu Operation, Menu Illustration

    Advanced Operations Menu operation The menu items provide several options for you to fine-tune your camcorder functions. The following table gives details on menu operations. How to... Bring up the menu Move the highlight box Enter sub-menu/ Confirm an item...

  • Page 25: Menu Items In Dv/dsc Mode (1)

    ) button. - DV items) Description Set movie resolution to 640x480. Set movie resolution to 320x240. The camcorder automatically adjusts white balance. This setting is suitable for outdoor recording in sunny weather. This setting is suitable for recording in cloudy weather or shady environments.

  • Page 26: Menu Items In Dv/dsc Mode (2)

    Menu items in DV/DSC mode (2) Item Option Digital Zoom Night On/Off Scene Item Option Image Size - DV items) Description Set the maximum digital zoom ratio to 4x. This setting is suitable for normal use. Set the maximum digital zoom ratio to 10x. This setting is suitable for telephoto.

  • Page 27: Menu Items In Dv/dsc Mode (3)

    A positive value indicates the image will be brighter than usual; while a negative value makes the image dimmer. The camcorder automatically adjusts white balance. This setting is suitable for outdoor shooting in sunny weather.

  • Page 28: Menu Items In Dv/dsc Mode (4)

    Menu items in DV/DSC mode (4) Item Option Normal Effect Classic Black&White Date Stamp On/Off Multi-shot On/Off Panorama On/Off Strobe On/Off Warning Digital Zoom Night On/Off Scene - DSC items) Description Take pictures in natural color. Take pictures in sepia-toned color. Take pictures in black and white.

  • Page 29: Menu Items In Playback Mode

    Menu items in Playback mode Power-on → Press the Mode/Return ( Playback mode → Press the Menu/OK ( Item Option Delete Delete current picture (and voice note), video, or Yes/No audio fi le. Delete Delete all pictures, voice notes and video/audio fi les Yes/No stored in the memory.

  • Page 30: Menu Items In Mp3 Mode

    Menu items in MP3 mode Power-on → Press the Mode/Return ( mode → Press the Menu/OK ( Item Option Repeat playing all titles in current list. Repeat playing the current title over and over again. Single Repeat Repeat playing all titles in current list at random order.

  • Page 31: Menu Items In Voice Recorder Mode

    Menu items in Voice Recorder mode Power-on → Press the Mode/Return ( the Voice Recorder button. Item Option Compress the sound data to save memory space uLaw at the expense of sound quality. Compression Sound quality stays intact. Producing higher quality sound at the expense of memory space.

  • Page 32: Menu Items In Settings Mode (1)

    Set how long the camcorder will automatically shut down when staying inactive. Setting to [Off] will Power Off Off ~ 5min make the camcorder stay powered on until it runs out of power. Clock Set date and time. When connected to a PC, the camcorder displays...

  • Page 33: Menu Items In Settings Mode (2)

    Menu items in Settings mode (2) Item Option Language Set the OSD (on screen display) language. This option is suitable for America, Taiwan, Japan, NTSC and Korea areas. TV Type This option is suitable for Germany, England, Italy, Netherlands, China, Japan, and Hong Kong. Set flicker frequency to 50Hz or 60Hz.

  • Page 34: Menu Items In Settings Mode (3)

    Menu items in Settings mode (3) Before using the [Printer] command in the [USB Mode] menu, you need to connect the camcorder to a PictBridge compatible printer via the accessory USB cable: 1) Power on the camcorder. 2) Set the camcorder USB mode to [Printer] (page 30).

  • Page 35: Copying Files To Your Pc, Installing The Driver To Your Pc (1)

    Copying Files to Your PC Installing the driver to your PC (1) You need to install the camcorder driver to ensure that video clips can be played back on your PC. To install the software: Insert the driver CD. Turn on your computer. Then place the accessory CD into the CD-ROM drive.

  • Page 36: Installing The Driver To Your Pc (2)

    Please click on Yes to continue. Windows Media Player Codecs and Direct X 9.0c or above are necessary for viewing the video clips recorded by the camcorder. Restart the computer. After the installation is completed, you may need to restart your computer...

  • Page 37: Connecting The Camcorder To Your Pc

    Note: If the [USB Mode] setting is changed, the menu will not show up. See page 30 for more details. Notice for Windows 2000/XP/ME users: If you want to disconnect the camcorder from your computer, please follow these steps: 1. Double-click 2. Click (USB Disk), and then click Stop.

  • Page 38: Copying files To The Pc (1)

    Copying files to the PC (1) This step varies depending on your operation system: For Windows XP users: After the camcorder is connected to your computer, a dialogue window will appear automatically. Please select the item Open folder to view files using Windows Explorer and click OK.

  • Page 39: Copying files To The Pc (2)

    Copying files to the PC (2) Double-click on the DCIM file folder. Double-click on the 100MEDIA file folder. Drag the target file into My Documents or the destination folder.

  • Page 40: Viewing/playing files On Your Pc

    Viewing/Playing files on your PC Double-click on My Documents or any other folder that stores your files. Double-click on the desired file, and the file will be opened by the program matching the file type.

  • Page 41: File Location

    After connecting the camcorder to your computer, a removable disk will appear in your computer. The removable disk actually represents the storage medium of your camcorder. In the disk you can find all of your recordings. Refer to the figure below to see where the files are stored.

  • Page 42: Using Pc Camera, Installing The Driver And Pc Camera Software, Starting The Application (1)

    Connect the camcorder to your PC. Connect one end of the USB cable to your PC and the other end to the camcorder. Make sure the connector and the USB port are correctly aligned. Switch the camcorder to [PC Cam] mode.

  • Page 43: Starting The Application (2)

    Yes to continue the installation. The camcorder is fully compatible with Windows 2000 operation system. Launch the PC Camera program. After the camcorder is correctly connected to and detected by your PC, you are ready to launch the PC Camera program to capture and edit your own films.

  • Page 44: Appendix:a, Troubleshooting

    Appendix:A Troubleshooting When using the camcorder: Problem Cause The battery is out of power. The camcorder can not be powered on normally. The battery are incorrectly installed. It may happen that The camcorder is you move the Joystick still powered on,...

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    Appendix:A When using the camcorder: Problem Cause I did not delete the pictures and video The lost recordings are clips, but can not saved in the internal find them in the memory. memory card. If the battery icon indicates low battery, Cannot use the flash...

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    Appendix:A When connecting the camcorder to the computer or TV: Problem Cause I cannot view the Driver or software is video clips on my not installed on the computer. computer. The installation is terminated abnormally. Driver installation failed. The camcorder has...

  • Page 47: Flicker Settings, System Message

    If you insert a SD card and the card is set to “Protected”, this message Please Unlock SD Card will show up when the camcorder tries to write data into the card. When the camcorder is set to Playback mode without any existing file to No File play, this message will show up.

  • Page 48: Storage Capacity

    Appendix:A Storage Capacity Memory Internal (22MB for storage) SD/MMC card (64MB) SD/MMC card (128MB) SD/MMC card (256MB) SD/MMC card (512MB) Memory Internal (22MB for storage) SD/MMC card (64MB) SD/MMC card (128MB) SD/MMC card (256MB) SD/MMC card (512MB) Note: The above tables are for your reference only. The actual value of capacity may vary (up to ±...

  • Page 49: Battery Life Indicator, Battery Life

    Appendix:A Battery Life Indicator Icon Description Full battery life Moderate battery life Low battery life Empty battery life Note: To avoid sudden outage of power supply, you are recommended to replace or recharge the battery when the icon indicates low battery life. Battery Life Still picture Number of shots...

  • Page 50: Appendix:b, Instruction For Arcsoft Mediaconverter

    Appendix:B Instruction for ArcSoft MediaConverter™ Introduction ArcSoft MediaConverter is a powerful all-in-one multimedia file converter. This utility quickly and effortlessly converts photo, video, and music files into formats optimized for use on your portable device. Multiple files and file types can be converted at the same time. It’s easy! Three simple steps are all it takes.

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    Appendix:B Supported file formats Video Video files are converted and copied to the selected location as MPEG- 4 encoded AVI files, WMV files or MPEG-4 encoded ASF files (Default). Supported file types for conversion - AVI (Microsoft Video 1 format, Cinepak, Intel Indeo, uncompressed, etc.) - MPEG-1 in MPEG, MPG, MPE - DAT (VCD MPEG1)

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    Appendix:B Converting files...

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    Appendix:B Step 1: Select media Adding files for conversion 1 Click the “Select Media” button. 2 An “Open” window will appear. Navigate to the folder that contains the files you’d like to convert. a. Use the “Files of type” pull-down to filter the file types you’d like to display.

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    Appendix:B Step 2: Select destination Click the “Select Destination” button to select the location where your converted files will be saved. The default save location is “C:\ Documents and Settings\[current user]\My documents”. However, you’ll most likely want to save the files to your portable device. In this case, make sure your device is connected, and then click “Select Destination”...

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    Appendix:B Optimize for the selected device This is the default setting. The program will automatically set the conversion parameters according to your selected device. Use custom conversion settings If you decide to use this option, you can set the various conversion parameters manually.

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    Step 1 Insert a SD/MMC card in the card slot of the camcorder and connect the camcorder to PC via the USB cable. You could follow the instructions of “Connecting the camcorder to your PC” on page 35 for more...

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    7 Change the fi le names to PICT****.ASF. **** could be any 4-digit number from 0001 to 9999. The fi le name must follow the naming principle of your camcorder, so that the camcorder could identify the fi les saved on 100MEDIA.

  • Page 58: Appendix:c, Specifications

    - White Balance: Auto/ Sunny/ Cloudy/ Tungsten/ Fluorescent - Interface: USB 2.0 (1.1 compatible) - Built-in Microphone & Speaker - Battery: Nokia-6108 Li-ion battery (700mAh) - Dimensions: 28.8 x 58.5 x 88.3 (mm) Note: Specifications are subject to change without notification.

  • Page 59: Appendix:d, System Requirements

    Appendix:D System Requirements Operating System: Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP CPU: Pentium III or above System RAM: 128MB or above Graphic Card: 64MB, 24 bit true color CD-ROM speed: 4x or above Software: DirectX 9.0c or above and Windows Media Player Codecs Other: USB Port...

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