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Troubleshooting

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    0078/ 0079 key008...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Troubleshooting ... 20-21 Technical data ... © Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. ,2003. All rights reserved. Reproduction, copying, usage, modifying, hiring, renting, public performance, transmission and / or broadcasting in whole or in part is prohibited without the written consent of Philips.

  • Page 3: Quick Start

    Thank you for buying this Philips wearable digital camera.To get started, follow the steps as shown. 1 Charging • Charge up your camera (3 hours) before using it. Detach the USB cover and connect the camera to your computer's USB port. (Windows 98 users, please install required drivers first*).Your computer should be...

  • Page 4: Safety / Maintenance

    Safety / maintenance Safety & satisfaction • To enjoy your Philips product, please read and operate the set according to the instructions inside our user manual (on the CD-ROM.) Take care when using • Traffic safety: do not use while driving or cycling as you may cause an accident.

  • Page 5: Safety / Maintenance

    Safety / maintenance • the supplied software CD-ROM is not an audio CD. Playing CD-ROMs on audio equipment may damage your audio equipment! Environmental information We have reduced the packaging to its minimum and made it easy to separate into mono materials: PET, paper and aluminum foil. Your set consists of material which can be recycled if disassembled by a specialized company.

  • Page 6: Controls

    Controls KEY007/0078/0079 KEY008...

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    1 shutter button press halfway down to help check lighting levels. Press all the way down to take your picture. 2 metal strap hole attach the supplied neck strap here. 3 viewfinder window to help frame your picture subject 4 lens automatically opens when power on.The lens is closed when the power is off.

  • Page 8: Minimum Computer System Requirements

    Minimum computer system requirements Windows system requirements – Pentium® MMX 166MHZ processor or better – USB port with Windows® 98 / Me / 2000 / XP – 96MB RAM – 50MB free hard disk space – CD ROM drive – video display card CAUTION! Computers that were upgraded from Windows 95 may not have USB compatibility!

  • Page 9: Supplied Accessories

    Make sure these items are in the package. If any item is missing, please contact your dealer. 1x CD-ROM (Photo Manager software & user manuals) 1x Quick Start Guide 1x neck strap 1x Safety & Warranty booklet Neck strap Thread the neck strap through the hole as shown.

  • Page 10: Power Supply

    Power supply This camera is powered by a built-in USB rechargeable lithium battery which you can charge direct from your computer. TIP: – When you use the camera for the very first time, you’ll need to charge the battery before taking pictures.

  • Page 11: Power Indicator

    The POWER indicator lights up green according to battery power level. Battery power POWER indicator fully charged low* blinks empty unlit TIP: when the camera is connected to your computer for battery charging/ file transfer, the POWER indicator also blinks. batteries contain chemical substances, so they should be disposed of properly.

  • Page 12: Switching On/ Off

    Turn the power control 90° clockwise as shown. ➜ You will hear a click.The indicator lights up and you will hear a double beep. PHILIPS is in the vertical position and the lens is revealed. Switching off manually Turn the power control 90° anti-clockwise as shown.

  • Page 13: Memory Indicator

    When using the camera, check the MEMORY indicator for the free memory available: Memory size over 3MB less than 3MB less than 100KB TIP: – Memory low! When the To free the memory, you will need to transfer and store your pictures /files on your computer.

  • Page 14: Taking Pictures, Lighting Level

    Taking pictures, lighting level 1 Hold the camera upright in your hand. 2 To frame your pictures Look though the viewfinder to frame your subject inside the window. 3 To take your pictures Keep the camera steady and gently press the shutter button halfway down.

  • Page 15: Transferring/ Viewing Pictures

    Transferring / viewing pictures CAUTION! Windows 98 users only WHEN CONNECTING THE CAMERA FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME TO CHARGE UP/ TRANSFER FILES, MAKE SURE YOU ONLY DO SO AFTER YOU HAVE INSERTED THE SUPPLIED CD-ROM INTO THE CD-ROM DRIVE FOR INSTALLATION OF THE REQUIRED DRIVERS.

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    Transferring / viewing pictures For PC users When connected via the USB, the camera is detected and automatically located as Removable Disk/ Device. 1 Launch Windows File Manager or Windows Explorer to access the Removable Disk. 2 Click onto Removable Disk ➜ DCIM ➜100PHDSC to access your pictures.

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    Transferring / viewing pictures For Mac users When connected via the USB, the camera is detected and shown as a new icon named KEYRING00X on your desktop screen (where X refers to your model number). TIP: – When connecting the camera to your computer, avoid using the USB connection on your Mac keyboard as it doesn't have sufficient power to detect your camera.

  • Page 18: Mass Storage

    Mass storage TIP: – Transferring and deleting pictures from your camera via your computer helps free up memory space on your camera for more new pictures. – Check the MEMORY indicator when taking pictures on your camera (see page 13). –...

  • Page 19: Photo Manager

    About Photo Manager (for Microsoft Windows OS users only) • Photo Manager is ideal for organizing the photos that are transferred from your digital camera to your computer. • Allows you to categorize, move, copy and edit your photos in an intuitive, user-friendly environment.

  • Page 20: Troubleshooting

    ➜ System Properties ➜ Hardware ➜ Device Manager ➜ Disk drives. 2 Select and double click on your camera model name Philips Keyring 0XX USB Device to enter the Philips Keyring XXX USB Device Properties dialogue box (where X refers to your model number).

  • Page 21: Troubleshooting

    – Lens obstructed/ covered. • Be careful where you place your fingers! (see page 14) – Camera shook during the shot. • Keep a steady hand (see page 14) For the latest FAQ, product information & news visit: http://www.philips.com/support or http://www.audio.philips.com Troubleshooting...

  • Page 22: Technical Data

    Power up time auto power off shot to shot time dimensions weight PHILIPS reserves the right to make design and specification changes for product improvement without prior notice. 307,200 pixels 1/4” fixed focus length plastic with red LED indication...

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    Meet Philips at the Internet http://www.philips.com http://www.audio.philips.com KEY0078 KEY0079 KEY007 KEY008 lkw331/hk...

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