Front View... 3 Back View... 3 LCD Panel Indicator ... 4 Camera Function Selection... 6 Using the DSC-350F as a Digital Camera ... 7 Turn Power On and Off... 7 Taking Pictures ... 7 Self-timer Capture... 8 Using Flash... 8 Continuous Capture...
Camera Precautions Please follow these guidelines when using your DSC-350F: § Keep the camera from the following environments High temperatures such as direct sunlight, heater, closed vehicle or other hot sources Excessive humidity Dust Unstable surfaces Snow Rain § If the lens or the viewfinder gets dirty, please clean them by using a lens brush or soft cloth.
Self-timer Self-timer mode Low Battery Warning Please replace the battery soon. Camera Function Selection Press then Mode button to select the function you need. The function icon on the LCD panel will blink. Press and hold the Select button until you hear a beep to confirm your selection. Function Mode Diagram This icon will blink when battery power is low.
Using the DSC-350F as a Digital Camera Turn Power On and Off Power on: Press the Power On button and camera will beep. Power off: Press the Power On button again and camera will beep. Note: The camera will be automatically turn off power if unused for about 60 seconds.
Self-timer Capture The Self-timer mode allows you to take pictures using a delayed capture setting. The Self-timer mode will delay taking a picture for a 10 second period. Follow these instructions to use the Self-timer mode. 1. Press the Mode button until you see 2.
Continuous Capture The Continuous Capture mode allows you to take multiple photos in rapid succession. 1. Press the Mode button until the 2. Press and hold the Shutter to begin taking pictures. 3. The picture counter will count up as pictures are being taken. 4.
Selecting Image Resolution This section describes how to change the resolution that your pictures will be taken in. Please note that when using a higher resolution (640x480), the file sizes will be larger and will take up more memory. However, the higher resolutions will provide more detail in your photos.
Installing the Optional Utility Software This section describes how to install the software included on the software CD. You do not need to install this software unless you don’t already have a TWAIN compliant imaging software or retrieving the photos, or video software for the webcam. Follow the following instructions to install the software that you want to install.
Transferring Pictures to Your PC Once you have the TWAIN driver and utility software installed in your PC, you may start download pictures from the camera to your computer. Connecting the Camera to you PC Use the supplied USB cable to connect the camera to your computer Once connected, Windows will complete the following USB device installation.
1. Open "Photo Impression 2000" using the Start menu. 2. Click the Get Photo button. 3. Click the Camera/Scanner button. 4. Select "D-Link DSC-350F" from the “Select Source” list. 5. Choose the destination album for your pictures from the "Select Album" list.
6. Click the Acquire button. The Camera TWAIN software window will open. 7. The pictures you taken will automatically display in the TWAIN window. 8. Choose pictures that you want or click Select All to select all pictures, then click the Transfer button. Select All Transfer...
Creating an AVI Video File If you want to make a video out of the pictures you took when using the Continuous Capture Mode 1. Use the Continuous Capture Mode 2. Connect your camera to the PC with the USB cable and start the AVI maker from the Windows programs menu by clicking on Start, Programs, DSC-350F and then AVI Maker.
Using the DSC-350F as a PC Camera (Webcam) You can connect the DSC-350F to your computer and use it as a PC camera, or webcam as it is sometimes called. Follow these steps to use the camera as a webcam. 1.
Specifications Resolution: Digital Camera mode: 640 x 480 pixels 320 x 240 pixels PC Camera mode: 640 x 480 pixels 320 x 240 pixels 160 x 120 pixels Focus Standard mode: 0.9m to infinity from camera Macro mode: Color: 24 bit full color...
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What You Must Do For Warranty Service: Registration Card. The Registration Card provided at the back of this manual must be completed and returned to an Authorized D-Link Service Office for each D-Link product within ninety (90) days after the product is p urchased and/or licensed. The addresses/telephone/fax list of the nearest Authorized D-Link Service Office is provided in the back of this manual.
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