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DERMOCAMERA
User's Guide
Thank you for purchasing this CASIO product.
• Be sure to keep all user documentation handy for future reference.
IMPORTANT!
• Note that this product is not a diagnostic device. It should only be used for observing skin lesions.
• This product is intended for photographing mucous membrane and the surface of the skin over the entire body.
Photography of the mucous membrane is limited to the oral cavity, the eyeball and the genital area only. No
restrictions apply to the age or gender of the patient being photographed.
• This product is a digital camera for dermal observations and consists of components such as an imaging element,
lens and LED for illumination.
• The distance between this product and the operator should be no greater than 40 cm (15.7").
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  Summary of Contents for Casio D'Z IMAGE DERMOCAMERA DZ-D100

  • Page 1 DERMOCAMERA User’s Guide Thank you for purchasing this CASIO product. • Be sure to keep all user documentation handy for future reference. IMPORTANT! • Note that this product is not a diagnostic device. It should only be used for observing skin lesions.
  • Page 2: Operating Principle

    Operating Principle Image data captured from the lens is converted to electrical signals by a CMOS imaging element inside the camera and displayed as an image on the camera’s LCD monitor. The operator composes the image to be photographed while viewing the image shown on the LCD monitor and takes the photograph by pressing the shutter button.
  • Page 3: Important Information

    CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. is forbidden under copyright laws. • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. shall not be held liable for any damages or lost profits suffered by you or any third party due to the use or malfunction of this product.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Operating Principle..........2 Purpose and Effects .
  • Page 5 ❚❙ Getting Better Images Photography Settings ..........38 ❚...
  • Page 6 ❚❙ Other Settings Modifying other settings ......... . 61 ❚...
  • Page 7: Component Names

    Component Names Numbers in parentheses ( ) indicate the main page on which the component is described. Front Rear Zoom button (pages 24, 25, 37, 43) Shutter button   Connector cover EV button (exposure   [DC IN] jack compensation) ...
  • Page 8: Lcd Monitor Display Details And Switching Procedure

    LCD Monitor Display Details and Switching Procedure The LCD monitor uses icons and numbers to display a wide range of information. • The screen pictured below is to show where the different information is displayed. The actual LCD monitor will not appear as shown here. .
  • Page 9 . When playing back still images A123456789 Doctor ID A123456789 Patient ID Photography mode (page 30) Shooting scale (page 37)   No. of images (current/total images)  (recall) icon  (page 81) (pages 40, 42, 49, 50, 61) Battery level indicator (page 14) ...
  • Page 10 . Selecting the details displayed on the LCD monitor Tapping (information display selector) allows you to toggle between showing and hiding information on the screen. This can be selected in both photography mode and playback mode. Photography mode Information display ON Information such as settings is displayed.
  • Page 11: Introduction (Basic Operation)

    The battery is not fully charged at the time of purchase. Use the procedure below to load the battery into the camera and charge it. • This camera uses a CASIO dedicated lithium-ion rechargeable battery (DNP- 100M) as its power supply. (Batteries other than the DNP-100M cannot be used.) Inserting the battery Open the battery cover.
  • Page 12: Charging

    Replacing the battery Stopper Press [ ] (Power) to switch the camera off and then open the battery cover. Remove the battery and insert a new battery. Close the battery cover. IMPORTANT! • When you have pressed [ ] (Power) to switch the camera off, do not remove the battery while the operation check indicator (page 7) is flashing green.
  • Page 13 IMPORTANT! • If you press the [ ] (Power) button when the AC adapter for camera charging is connected to the camera, the camera starts up. At that point, charging stops. • The AC adapter for camera charging heats up slightly during charging. This is normal and does not indicate malfunction.
  • Page 14 Other Important Notes on Charging • The lithium-ion battery (DNP-100M) should only be charged using the methods specified in this manual. • If the battery has become hot after being used, it may not be fully charged. Allow the battery to cool down and then recharge it. •...
  • Page 15 Making your battery last longer This camera is equipped with Sleep and Auto Power Off functions to reduce its power consumption. • Sleep function If the camera is not used for approximately 1 minute in photography mode, it switches to Sleep mode and the LCD monitor and LED light switch off. Pressing any button will wake the camera from Sleep mode.
  • Page 16: Preparing Memory Cards

    Note that these capacities and card functioning are not guaranteed for all memory cards, even those listed above. It is recommended that you use only CASIO-approved memory cards. Recommended: 16GB SDHC memory card (by SanDisk Corporation). . Notes on Using Memory Cards Processing speeds may be slower for some types of memory card.
  • Page 17 Insert the memory card. Hold the memory card with the back side uppermost (towards the LCD monitor) and push it into the memory card slot until you hear a click. Back Front Back Close the battery cover. IMPORTANT! • Do not insert anything other than designated memory cards (page 16) into the memory card slot.
  • Page 18: Switching The Camera On/Off

    Switching the Camera On/Off . Switching the camera on Pressing [ ] (Power) switches the camera on in ] (Power) photography mode so that it is ready to take Shutter button pictures. Pressing [p] (Playback) again at this point switches the camera to playback mode and you can view still images or videos shot previously (pages 25, 43).
  • Page 19: Using The Touch Panel

    Using the Touch Panel The LCD monitor on this camera is a touch panel. LCD monitor This enables you to control various camera operations by touching the panel. Briefly touch the screen. Used to select and specify icons and menu options. Swipe Touch the screen and then slide your fingertip up, down, left or right on the screen.
  • Page 20: Setting The Date & Time When You First Use The Camera

    Setting the Date & Time When You First Use the Camera The first time you switch the camera on after purchasing it A screen for setting the time appears. If you do not set the date & time, the correct date & time ] (Power) will not be recorded on photographed images.
  • Page 21: Opening And Closing The Lcd Monitor

    Opening and Closing the LCD Monitor The LCD monitor on this camera is hinged at the top so that it opens 180° upwards. 180° . Opening the LCD monitor As shown in the illustration, place your fingertip at in the center of lower edge of ...
  • Page 22: Holding The Camera Correctly

    Holding the Camera Correctly If you move the camera as you are Held level Held on end pressing the shutter button, the image shot will not be clear. Hold the camera as shown in the illustration at right and lock your arm against your body.
  • Page 23: Photography

    Photography Setting the photography mode This camera features 7 photography modes that can be selected according to the purpose of the photography. NORMAL, DERMO CONT, DERMO, DERMO AIF, NORMAL (video), DERMO (video), MICROSCOPE • For detailed information on the modes, see “Setting Photography Modes and Shooting Still Images and Videos”...
  • Page 24: Photography

    Photography Point the camera at the site to be photographed or place the lens directly onto the affected area. • You can change the zoom ratio. Zoom button Press the shutter button down Operation check halfway to focus the image. Focusing frame indicator When the image is focused, the...
  • Page 25: Viewing Photographed Still Images And Videos

    Viewing Photographed Still Images and Videos You can view photographed still images or videos on the LCD monitor. Press [p] (Playback) to set the camera to playback mode. • One of the recorded still images or videos appears on the LCD monitor. •...
  • Page 26: Deleting Photographed Still Images And Videos

    Deleting Photographed Still Images and Videos When the camera’s memory is full, deleting still images and videos shot previously will free up some memory capacity so that you can shoot new images. • You can delete files simply by tapping (Trash).
  • Page 27 . Deleting all files (Switch to thumbnail display) to display the image list. (Trash). • The deletion menu appears. Tap “Delete All Files”. • The “Delete all files.” confirmation message appears. All the files are deleted and the “There are no files.” message appears. .
  • Page 28 Deleting selected files (Switch to thumbnail display) to display the image list. (Trash). • The deletion menu appears. Tap “Trash”. • The files that have been moved to the Trash are displayed. Tap the files you want to delete from the Trash to select them. •...
  • Page 29: Notes On Taking Pictures

    Notes on Taking Pictures Operation • Do not open the battery cover while the operation check indicator is flashing green. Doing so could cause problems such as photographed images not being saved correctly, recorded images being corrupted and the camera not functioning normally.
  • Page 30: Photography

    Photography Setting Photography Modes and Shooting Still Images and Videos This camera features 7 photography modes that can be selected according to the purpose of the photography. Photography mode Details Use this mode to take a normal photograph of the affected NORMAL area and its periphery.
  • Page 31: Photography In Normal Mode

    Photography in NORMAL mode (NORMAL) Shoots still images for clinical use. Suitable for normal still image photography. Set the photography mode to “ NORMAL”. Point the camera at the subject and press the shutter button down halfway to focus the image. With the camera fixed in place, press the shutter button down fully.
  • Page 32: Photography In Dermo Mode

    Photography in DERMO mode (DERMO) Shoots still images for close-up shots of the affected area. Set the photography mode to “ DERMO”. Place the camera lens directly on the affected area and press the shutter button down halfway to focus the image. With the camera fixed in place, press the shutter button down fully.
  • Page 33: Shooting Video In Normal Mode

    With the camera fixed in place, press the shutter button down fully. • A close-up still image is photographed. • You can also take the shot by tapping The screen shown at left appears while the still images are being merged. Busy... ...
  • Page 34: Shooting Video In Dermo Mode

    Shooting video in DERMO mode (DERMO (video)) Shoots videos for close-up shots of the affected area. Set the photography mode to “ DERMO”. Place the camera lens directly on the affected area and tap • Video shooting starts. to end shooting. NOTE •...
  • Page 35 Mount the camera on the microscope. The microscope adapter has two differently sized eyepieces (30 mm (1.2") dia. and 23.2 mm (0.9") dia.). When mounting the 30 mm (1.2") dia. eyepiece, leave the end cover fitted on the adapter. When mounting the 23.2 mm (0.9") dia. eyepiece, loosen the stopper screw and remove the end cover.
  • Page 36: Viewing Images Immediately After Shooting

    Viewing Images Immediately After Shooting After you take a picture, a thumbnail version of the photographed image appears at the bottom right of the screen. Modes other than DERMO CONT mode DERMO CONT Non- Polarized polarized Tap the thumbnail to view the playback image. Adjusting the Brightness (Exposure Compensation) You can manually adjust the exposure compensation value (EV value) according to the brightness when the...
  • Page 37: Using The Zoom

    Using the Zoom With the digital zoom (a method for digitally zooming in on the central part of an image), you can zoom in on your shots up to 8x. In photography mode, pinch in to zoom out or pinch out to zoom in. •...
  • Page 38: Getting Better Images

    Getting Better Images This camera features a range of settings that can be accessed via screen icons. Photography Settings Information display selector icon Settings icon   Scale display icon Wi-Fi connection selector icon   Light selector icon Self-timer icon ...
  • Page 39: Changing The Light Brightness For Shots

    Changing the light brightness for shots to change the brightness of the light. The available light settings vary depending on the photography mode. • NORMAL, NORMAL (video): AUTO (default)→ LOW→ MIDDLE→ HIGH→ • DERMO CONT, DERMO, DERMO AIF, DERMO (video): MIDDLE (default)→...
  • Page 40: Shooting With The Small-Diameter Adapter

    Shooting with the small-diameter adapter When photographing lesions in difficult-to-focus locations, such as between fingers, fit the small-diameter adapter (DPS-100M (sold separately)) to the camera to take the shot. Fit the small-diameter adapter on the camera. Ensure that the raised flange on the small-diameter adapter is securely fitted into the notch on the camera.
  • Page 41 Remove the small-diameter adapter. To remove the small-diameter adapter, press the release button on the rim of the adapter as you remove it from the camera. Release button NOTE • To maintain a consistent angle of view for shots taken with the small-diameter adapter mounted, take care not to press too hard on or apply excessive force to the small-diameter adapter.
  • Page 42: Adjusting The Color Tones

    Adjusting the color tones (White Balance) You can adjust the white balance of still images and videos shot in NORMAL mode. The white balance of still images and videos shot in other modes cannot be adjusted. (recall) on the left side of screen. (Setting).
  • Page 43: Viewing Still Images And Videos

    Viewing Still Images and Videos Viewing Photographed Still Images and Videos Refer to page 25 for more information on the procedure. Zooming in on images Set the camera to playback mode and swipe left or right to show the image you want to view. Pinch-out on the image or press the zoom Zoom scale button (+) to zoom in on the displayed image.
  • Page 44: Other Playback Functions

    Other Playback Functions This section describes functions that you can use and configure in playback mode. Using various playback functions and settings Displaying a scale on playback images Displaying the scale enables you to measure the size of an affected area. Set the camera to playback mode and tap (Scale display).
  • Page 45: Resetting The Doctor Id Or Patient Id

    Resetting the Doctor ID or Patient ID You can reset the Doctor ID and Patient ID registered in a photographed image. Display the image with the Doctor ID or Patient ID you want to reset. to display the photography information. Tap the Doctor ID or Patient ID.
  • Page 46: Viewing Images On An External Monitor

    Viewing images on an external monitor Switch off the camera and use a third-party HDMI cable to connect the camera to the external monitor. • Use only HDMI cables (third-party) that carry the logo shown at right. • Switch the camera off before connecting or disconnecting the cable.
  • Page 47: Connecting The Camera To A Computer (Wi-Fi Connection)

    Wi-Fi when there is plenty of charge in the battery. . Install the image management software on your computer. Install the dedicated D’z IMAGE Viewer from the website below. https://dz-image-store.casio.jp/dl/ . Software system requirements To install the D'z IMAGE Viewer on your computer, the following operating environment is recommended.
  • Page 48: Wi-Fi Mode

    Wi-Fi Mode (Enable Wi-Fi) to enable or disable the Wi-Fi connection. . Icons displayed on screen during Wi-Fi connection When you enable the Wi-Fi connection between the camera and a computer (page 61), icons indicating the communication status appear on the camera screen. Wi-Fi connection is disabled.
  • Page 49: Setting Up The Wi-Fi Connection The First Time

    Setting Up the Wi-Fi Connection the First Time To connect the camera to a computer via Wi-Fi, you must configure the Wi-Fi connection. This procedure is only necessary the first time. Connects the camera to a computer via Wi-Fi. STATION Connects the camera to a wireless LAN router.
  • Page 50 . Wi-Fi connection via STATION Procedure on the camera (recall) on the left side of screen. (Setting). Tap “Wi-Fi”. Set “Wi-Fi” to “ON”. Wi-Fi Wi-Fi In “Wi-Fi Mode”, select “STATION”. Wi-Fi Mode STATION Tap “SSID”. SSID In the STATION MODE screen, select the STATION MODE SSID you want to connect to.
  • Page 51: Transferring Images To A Computer

    Transferring images to a computer (Auto Transfer) You can transfer photographed images to your computer using the camera's Wi-Fi connection function and the D’z IMAGE Viewer image management software. Double-click the icon for D’z IMAGE Viewer on the computer screen. In the startup screen, click “自動転送OFF”...
  • Page 52: Changing The Password For Wi-Fi Connection

    Changing the password for Wi-Fi connection You can change the password used when connecting the camera to a computer via Wi-Fi (AP mode). To protect personal information, it is recommended that you change the password. IMPORTANT! • Terminate the Wi-Fi connection before changing your Wi-Fi connection password. (Setting).
  • Page 53: Using A Computer

    Using a Computer Functions available on a computer Connecting the camera to a computer enables the following. Saving and • Manually saving and viewing images on the computer (USB connection) (pages 53, 57). viewing images • Automatically transferring images to the on your computer for viewing via wireless LAN computer...
  • Page 54 NOTE • You can also import images directly from a memory card using a third-party card reader or the card slot on the PC. Refer to the manual for your device for details. . Connecting the camera to a PC to save files Switch off the camera and USB port connect it to a USB port on the...
  • Page 55 Double-click “Removable Disk” • Memory cards and built-in memory are each recognized as a “Removable Disk”. Windows 10 Windows 8.1 Windows 7 Removable Disk Removable Disk Removable Disk Right-click the “DCIM” folder Windows 10 Windows 8.1 Windows 7 DCIM DCIM DCIM Click “Copy”...
  • Page 56 . Viewing images saved on a PC Double-click the copied “DCIM” folder to open DCIM Double-click to open the folder containing the images you want to view. Double-click the image file you want to view to display the image. • See “Folder structure in memory” (page 60) for more information on file names.
  • Page 57: Using A Macintosh Computer

    Using a Macintosh Computer Depending on the performance of your Macintosh computer, you may not be able to successfully view or save still images and videos on your computer. Saving and viewing images on a Macintosh computer Do not use a computer to manipulate images in built-in memory or on memory cards, including modifying, deleting, moving or renaming the images.
  • Page 58 Double-click the displayed drive. Drag & drop the “DCIM” folder to the desktop to copy the images to the computer. Once copying is completed, eject the drive or drag & drop it to the Trash (Bin). Disconnect the camera from the computer. Check that the operation check indicator is not flashing red and then disconnect the USB cable.
  • Page 59: Files And Folders

    Files and Folders Individual photographed still images and other data are recorded on this camera as discrete blocks of data. Each such discrete block of data is referred to as a “file”. Files are grouped together into “folders”. Files and folders are automatically named so that they can be identified.
  • Page 60: Data In Memory

    Data in memory Images photographed with this camera are stored in the camera’s memory using a method that complies with the DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) standard. . DCF standard • Images shot with this camera can be viewed on other DCF-compatible brands of camera.
  • Page 61: Other Settings

    Other Settings Modifying other settings This section describes menu options that can be configured in both photography mode and playback mode. (recall) on the left side of screen. (Setting). Choose the option you want to set and Setting select a setting. Wi-Fi +...
  • Page 62: Configuring The Camera Sounds

    Configuring the camera sounds Sounds Menu item: Startup Half Shutter ON: The tone sounds. OFF: No tone sounds. Shutter Operation Sets the volume for the operation tones. Operation Vol Range of settings: 0-7 (default: 3) Resetting the camera date and time Menu item: Adjust Tap the year, month, day, hour, minute or am (or pm)/24h option and then swipe up...
  • Page 63: Setting The Doctor Id

    Setting the Doctor ID Menu item: Doctor ID Enables/disables input of a Doctor ID when the camera starts up. To change the Doctor ID, tap “Doctor ID” and register a new ID. Setting the Patient ID Menu item: Patient ID Enables/disables input of a Patient ID when the camera starts up.
  • Page 64: Formatting Memory

    Formatting memory Menu item: Format If a memory card is inserted in the camera, you can format the memory card. If not, you can format the built-in memory. • Formatting deletes all the data in memory. Data deleted in this way cannot be recovered.
  • Page 65: Appendix

    Appendix Notes on Using the Camera . Notes on Handling the Camera This camera is a precision device. Applying undue force to the lens in particular can cause damage or a fault. Take special note of the following: Use the camera indoors (consulting/examination rooms, home health care, etc.).
  • Page 66 During observations and photography, hold the camera grip securely and take care not to drop it. Particularly when working above the patient, take care not to drop the camera onto the patient. Carefully check the photography mode (NORMAL or DERMO) when taking pictures to ensure that the mode is correct for the site being photographed.
  • Page 67 . Notes on Data Errors This camera is made up of precision electronic components. Handling the camera in any of the ways listed below could result in the corruption of data in the camera. • Removing the battery or memory card during camera operation •...
  • Page 68 . Cleaning the inside of the lens If dirt or dust gets into the lens, use the procedure below to clean it. Fit the lens removal tool (DLR-100M) and remove the lens top from the camera body. Align the lug on the lens removal tool with the notch in the lens top. Lens top Camera Lens removal tool...
  • Page 69 . Cleaning the camera • Do not touch the lens surface or LED light. • Check that there is no dirt or dust on the close-up lens at the front of the camera. If any dirt or dust is found, use the tool provided to detach the close-up lens and then remove any soiling.
  • Page 70 Data transmitted via radio waves can be intercepted by a third party. Please bear this in mind. Unauthorized access CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. accepts no liability whatsoever for any loss or damages due to the use of this product or unauthorized access to contacts stored in this product arising from its loss or theft.
  • Page 71 The wireless LAN function in this camera is intended for use in Japan. Where this product is used in a country outside Japan, there is a risk that the radio wave regulations in that country might be violated and CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. accepts no liability whatsoever for any such violation.
  • Page 72 . Open Source Software This product includes software that has been licensed in accordance with the terms of the license as stated below. BSD License Copyright (c) 1987 Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms are permitted provided that the above copyright notice and this paragraph are duplicated in all such forms and that any documentation, advertising materials, and other materials related to such...
  • Page 73: Power Supply

    Power Supply Charging . If the camera’s operation check indicator flashes red during charging • This indicates that charging cannot proceed because the ambient temperature or the battery temperature is either too high or too low. Disconnect the cable and leave the camera at room temperature for some time.
  • Page 74: Memory Cards

    Note that not all operations are guaranteed, even for ultra high-speed memory cards. • It is recommended that you use only CASIO-approved memory cards. Recommended: 16GB SDHC memory card (by SanDisk Corporation). . Notes on transferring or disposing of memory cards and the camera body The “Format”...
  • Page 75: Resetting And Reset Content

    Resetting and reset content The list below shows the settings in the photography mode and playback mode menus that are reset (initialized) by the Reset procedure (page 64). --: Indicates settings that are not affected by the Reset procedure. IMPORTANT! •...
  • Page 76: Trouble Shooting

    2) The battery may be fully discharged. If so, recharge the battery (page 12). If the battery immediately runs even so, the battery has reached the end of its service life. Purchase a new CASIO lithium-ion battery (DNP-100M) (sold separately).
  • Page 77 Symptoms Probable cause and solution The battery went The battery may be fully discharged. If so, recharge the battery dead while I was (page 12). shooting with the self-timer. Images displayed The adapter selector setting may be wrong. Use the correct on the LCD setting for the photography mode (page 40).
  • Page 78 Symptoms Probable cause and solution Wi-Fi function I can’t connect to 1) If the computer or wireless LAN router are too far from the the wireless LAN. camera, it cannot maintain a connection. The connection 2) The computer may be connected to another wireless device. drops out.
  • Page 79 Symptoms Probable cause and solution If you set the time Load the battery and reset the time (page 20). Then leave the after purchasing battery in the camera for at least 24 hours. the camera and • If you have left the battery in the camera for at least 24 hours then immediately and the time is still reset every time you remove the battery, the remove the...
  • Page 80: Messages Displayed On The Screen

    Messages displayed on the screen Displayed where there is an error on the memory card. Switch the camera off and re-insert the memory card. If the same message reappears when you switch the camera back on, format the memory card (page 64). Card ERROR IMPORTANT! •...
  • Page 81: No. Of Remaining Still Image Shots/Remaining Shooting Time

    No. of Remaining Still Image Shots/Remaining Shooting Time Still images No. of shots in No. of shots on Image size (pixels) File size built-in memory* SD memory card* 8.06MB 1967 (5184×3888) Video Max. Available Recording available File size Image size/ 1 file continuous Transfer rate...
  • Page 82: Main Specifications/Optional Products

    Exposure -2.0EV to +2.0EV Main Specifications/Optional (0.1EV increments) compensation Products Shutter CMOS electronic shutter type Image file Still images: JPEG (Exif Ver. 2.3/DCF2.0-compliant/DPOF formats Shutter 2-1/8000 sec. non-compliant) speed Video: MOV format, H.264/ Switchable Polarizing, non-polarizing, UV AVC-compliant, IMA-ADPCM filters audio (monaural) White NORMAL mode:...
  • Page 83 Battery life Applicable IEC60601-1 The battery life figures shown below are standards IEC60601-1-2 an approximate guide to how long the The monitor and computer used battery will last when used at a should be compliant with the IEC/UL/CSA/EN60950-1 or JIS temperature of 23°C (73°F).
  • Page 84 . AC adapter for camera . Optional Products charging (As of May 2019) (AD-M50300A) • Lithium-ion battery DNP-100M • AC adapter for camera charging Input power 100-240 V AC, 0.44-0.22 A AD-M50300A supply • Small-diameter adapter DPS-100M Output 5.0 V DC, 3 A •...
  • Page 85 ISO7010-W001 Warning icons Indicates a general, non-specific warning IEC60417-5840 type B applied part B-shaped Marking placed on devices (applied parts) that are only applied mounting to the surface of the body. A mark given to ME equipment that is designed such that it has Class II functioning double insulation or reinforced insulation composed equipment icon...
  • Page 86 Manufacturing & Distribution: YAMAGATA CASIO CO., LTD. Manufacturer: YAMAGATA CASIO CO., LTD. 5400-1 Higashine-ko, Higashine-city, Yamagata 999-3701 MO1909-A 2019 YAMAGATA CASIO CO., LTD.