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USER MANUAL
GE-Digital Camera
G Series G2
A Series A735/A835/
A1030/A1230/
W1000/W1200
E Series E840s/E1035/
E1235/E1045W/
E1055W
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  • Page 1: User Manual

    USER MANUAL GE-Digital Camera G Series G2 A Series A735/A835/ A1030/A1230/ W1000/W1200 E Series E840s/E1035/ E1235/E1045W/ E1055W...

  • Page 3: Declaration Of Conformity

    Declaration of Conformity Model Name : G2/A735/A835/A1030/A1230/W1000/ W1200/E1045W/E1055W/E840s/E1035/E1235 Trade Name : GE Responsible Party : General Imaging Co. Address : 2158 W.190th Street, Torrance, CA 90504, USA Telephone Number : 1-800-730-6597...

  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    • Do not attempt to deform, disassemble or modify the batteries. • Use GE charger in the package to charge the lithium battery only (for G and E series). Keep the batteries out of reach of babies and small children.

  • Page 5: Before You Start

    BEFORE YOU START Preface Thank you for purchasing GE digital cameras. Please read this manual carefully and keep it in a safe place for future reference. Copyright © Copyright 2008 General Imaging Company All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, trans-...

  • Page 6: About This Manual

    About this manual This manual provides you with instructions on how to use your GE digital camera. Every effort has been made to ensure that the contents of this manual are accurate, but General Imaging Company reserves the right to make changes without notice.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    GETTING READY ... 7 Unpacking ...7 Camera Views : G2 ...8 : A735/A835 ... 10 : A1030/A1230/W1000/W1200 ... 12 : E1045W/E1055W ... 14 : E840s ... 16 : E1035/E1235 ... 18 Charging the battery ... 20 Inserting the battery ... 21 Inserting an optional SD/SDHC card ...

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    Exposure compensation ... 32 Advanced function menu ... 33 WB (White Balance) ... 33 ISO ... 34 Quality ... 35 Size ... 36 Color ... 37 USING THE MODES ...40 LCD Screen display ... 40 Still shooting mode display ... 40 Video shooting mode display ...

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    Thumbnail view ... 56 Using zoom playback (for still pictures only) ... 57 Using the delete button ... 58 USING THE MENUS ...59 Still menu ... 59 AF mode (Auto-Focus mode) ... 60 AF-assist beam ... 60 Expo Metering (Exposure Metering)..60 Cont.Shot (Continuous shot) ...

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    Print without date ... 88 Print index ... 89 Print DPOF ... 90 Exit ... 90 Appendices ...91 Specifications: G2 ... 91 A735/A835... 95 A1030/A1230/W1000/W1200 ... 99 E1045W/E1055W ... 103 E840s/E1035/E1235 ... 107 Error messages ... 112 Troubleshooting ... 114...

  • Page 11: Getting Ready

    GETTING READY Unpacking Your package should contain the camera model you purchased along with the following items. If anything is missing or appears to be damaged, please contact your vendor. (The accessories will vary based on model purchased and are noted below.) Rechargeable Lithium- AA-size alkaline...

  • Page 12: Camera Views : G2

    Camera views : G2 Front View Back View Right View...

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    Top View Flash Lens AF assist beam / Timer indicator LCD screen Left View Status LED Mode dial Face detection AF button Menu button 10 Erase button 11 Exposure compensation / Up button 12 Macro mode / Right button Bottom View 13 Self-timer / Down button 14 Flash mode / Left button 15 Func / ok button...

  • Page 14: A735/a835

    Camera views : A735/A835 Front View Back View Right View...

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    Top View Flash Lens AF assist beam / Timer indicator Status LED Left View LCD screen Face detection AF button T&W button Menu button 10 Erase button 11 Exposure compensation / Up button 12 Macro mode / Right button Bottom View 13 Self-timer / Down button 14 Func / ok button 15 Flash mode / Left button...

  • Page 16: A1030/a1230/w1000/w1200

    Camera views : A1030/A1230/W1000/W1200 Front View Back View 12.1 megapixel Right View...

  • Page 17: Top View

    Top View AF assist beam / Timer indicator Flash Lens LCD screen Left View Face detection AF button Zoom scroll wheel Menu button Erase button 10 Func / ok button 11 Exposure compensation / Up button Macro mode / Right button Bottom View 13 Self-timer / Down button 14 Flash mode / Left button...

  • Page 18: E1045w/e1055w

    Camera views : E1045W/E1055W Front View Back View Right View...

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    Top View 16 17 18 Flash AF assist beam / Timer indicator Lens LCD screen Left View Status LED Mode dial Face detection AF button Menu button 10 Erase button 11 Exposure compensation / Up button Macro mode / Right button Bottom View 13 Self-timer / Down button 14 Flash mode / Left button...

  • Page 20: E840s

    Camera views : E840s Front View Back View Right View...

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    Top View Flash AF assist beam / Timer indicator Lens LCD screen Left View Face detection AF button Status LED Mode dial Menu button 10 Erase button 11 Exposure compensation / Up button 12 Macro mode / Right button Bottom View 13 Self-timer / Down button 14 Flash mode / Left button 15 Func / ok button...

  • Page 22: E1035/e1235

    Camera views : E1035/E1235 Front View Back View 10.1 megapix el Right View...

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    Top View Flash AF assist beam / Timer indicator Lens LCD screen Left View Face detection AF button Status LED Mode dial Menu button 10 Erase button 11 Exposure compensation / Up button 12 Macro mode/ Right button Bottom View 13 Self-timer / Down button 14 Func / ok button 15 Flash mode / Left button...

  • Page 24: Charging The Battery

    (To maximize battery life, the first charge should be at least 4 hours) 20 20 Throughout the rest of the manual, the following illustrations show theE1035 model as an example. (G2, A735, A835, A1030, A1230, W1000, W1200, E1045W, E1055W, E840s, E1235 operate similarly.)

  • Page 25: Inserting The Battery

    Inserting the battery 1. Open the battery compartment. 2. Insert the battery while observing the correct polarity. Use the side of battery to press down the stopper as shown, allowing the battery to be inserted properly. 21 21...

  • Page 26

    3. Close the battery compartment. Inserting the battery (A735/A835/A1030/ A1230/W1000/W1200) 1. Open the battery compartment. Battery capacity decreases with usage.

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    2. Insert the battery while observing the correct 3. Close the battery compartment. polarity. Use the side of battery to press down the stopper as shown, allowing the battery to be inserted properly.

  • Page 28: Inserting An Optional Sd/sdhc Card

    Inserting an optional SD/SDHC card 1. Open the battery compartment. 2. Insert an optional SD/SDHC card into the memory card slot as shown. Optional SD/SDHC cards are not included. The use of 64MB to 4GB memory cards from recognized manufacturers such as SanDisk, Panasonic and Toshiba is recommended for reliable data storage.

  • Page 29: Turning On And Off

    3. Close the battery compartment. To remove the SD/SDHC card, open the battery com- partment and gently push the card to release it. Pull the card carefully. Turning on and off Press the Power button to turn the camera on. To turn off the camera, press the Power button again.

  • Page 30: Using The Mode Dial

    Using the Mode Dial The GE camera provides a convenient mode dial that allows you to switch between different modes with ease. All the available modes are listed as follows. Mode Name Icon Auto Playback Movie Image Stabiliza- tion Scene...

  • Page 31: Setting Date/time And Language

    Setting date/time and language To set the language, date, and time, the following settings need to be configured in the Setup menu. • Date / Time • Display language To access the Setup menu, do the following: 1. Press Power to turn the camera on. button and use Up/Down/Left/ 2.

  • Page 32: Setting The Language

    2. Press the Left/Right to highlight each field and use the Up/Down to adjust the value. 3. Press the button to confirm the setting. Setting the Language 1. Use the Up/Down to select Language. Then press the Right to enter the setting. 28 28 2.

  • Page 33: About The Lcd Screen

    About the LCD screen When you turn the camera on, various icons are shown on the LCD screen to indicate the current camera set- tings and status. To learn more about the displayed icons, see “LCD Screen display” on page 40. LCD Screen notes: Extremely high-precision technology had been used to manufacture the LCD screen so that most of the pixels...

  • Page 34: Basic Operation

    BASIC OPERATION Shooting in Auto mode Auto mode is the easiest mode to take photos. While operating in this mode, the camera automatically optimizes your photos for best results. To start shooting, do the following: 1. Set the mode dial to Auto mode ( 2.

  • Page 35: Using The Flash

    Using the flash There are six flash modes. Press the Left/Flash to cycle through the following flash modes. • Auto flash Camera flash fires automatically based on existing light conditions. • Red-eye reduction flash The camera fires a brief flash before the pic- ture is taken to reduce red-eye effects.

  • Page 36: Using Macro Mode

    Using Macro mode In Macro mode, you can capture tiny details of the subject at a very close range. Press the Right/Mac- ro to take close-up shots. • Macro Select this to focus on subjects 5cm from the lens. 32 32 Exposure compensation The exposure compensation allows you to adjust the background brightness to produce the best result of...

  • Page 37: Advanced Function Menu

    Advanced function menu (quick menu setup) WB (White Balance) The white balance allows the user to adjust the color temperature under different light source to ensure faith- ful color reproduction. (The WB setting is only available when the camera is in Manual mode).

  • Page 38: Iso

    The ISO function allows you to set the camera sensor sensitivity to light. To improve the performance in darker environments, a higher ISO value is required. On the other hand, a lower ISO value is needed when in bright conditions. (The ISO setting is only available when the camera is in Manual mode).

  • Page 39: Quality

    Quality The quality setting adjusts the compression ratio of the images. Higher quality settings give better photos, but will take up more memory space. To set the image quality, do the following: button to enter the Function menu. 1. Press the 2.

  • Page 40: Size

    As the number of recorded pixels becomes smaller, you will be able to record more frames on a memory card. Please refer to page 38 for a list of image sizes that are available to the various GE digital camera models.

  • Page 41: Color

    Color The color setting allows you to add artistic effects directly when taking shots. You can try different color tones to alter the mood of your pictures. (The Color setting is only available when the camera is in Manual mode). To set the image color, do the following: button to enter the Function menu.

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    • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • E840s E1035 E1235 E1045W E1055W • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •...

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    4032×2688 12M: 4032×3024 Model name : A835 A1030/ A1230/ E840s W1000 W1200 • • • • • • • • • • E1035 E1235 E1045W E1055W • • • • • • • • • • • • • •...

  • Page 44: Using The Modes

    USING THE MODES LCD Screen display Still shooting mode display Mode: 1. Shooting mode icon Auto Panorama Scene 2. Scene icon (only available for Scene mode) 3. Light metering method 4. EV indicator Manual 5. Self-timer indicator Portrait Image Stabilization Sport Fireworks Children...

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    Continuous shot 6. Macro mode indicator Macro mode 7. Flash mode indicator Auto flash Red-eye reduction flash Forced flash Flash off Slow Synchro Red-Eye Reduction+Slow Synchro 8. Battery status 9. Face detection “on” indicator 10. Remaining number of photos that can be taken. 11.

  • Page 46: Video Shooting Mode Display

    Video shooting mode display Mode : 1. Shooting mode icon 2. Light metering method Spot AE Center-Weight Ai AE 3. EV indicator 4. Self-timer indicator 5. Macro mode indicator 6. Battery status 7. Movie recording “on” indicator 8. Remaining time for videos that can be taken. 9.

  • Page 47: Playback Mode Display

    Playback mode display Mode: 1. Playback mode icon 2. DPOF file icon 3. File protection icon 4. Audio file icon 5. Video file icon 6. Memory card/internal memory indicator 7. Picture ID 8. Battery status 9. Photo audio status (Press the shutter button to record sound) (Press the shutter button to play sound)

  • Page 48: Scene Mode

    Scene mode (SCN) In Scene mode, you can select from a total of 12 scene types to match your needs. You just need to select the right scene for the occasion and the camera will auto- matically adjust to the optimal settings for you. To enter the scene mode, turn the mode dial to Scene mode.

  • Page 49: Sunset

    Sunset For shooting sunsets. Vivid reproduction of red and yellow. Fireworks For shooting at night and fireworks. Shutterspeed is slower than normal.(Use of tripod is recommended) Glass Suitable for photographing objects behind glass or window. Museum For shooting in museums or places where flash is not allowed.

  • Page 50: Return To The Scene Mode Palette

    Returning to the Scene selection menu 1. In Scene mode, press the the main function menu. 2. Select the “SCENE” menu option and then press the button to return to the to Scene selection menu. The main function menu also allows you configure image quality and image size.

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    4. The frame record icon will display under the focus frame to indicate the number of photos you have taken. 5. Using the same steps for the first shot, take the second and the third shots. Compose your shots so that the edges of the pictures overlap.

  • Page 52: Image Stabilization Mode

    Image Stabilization mode The Image Stabilization mode combats the effect of hand shake and allows you to take pictures that would otherwise be blurred. 1. Switch the mode dial to ( 2. Press Shutter halfway to focus on the subject. 3.

  • Page 53

    Increasing the ISO level may cause heavier noise on the photo. Use of a tripod is always best to get the clearest picture. 49 49...

  • Page 54: Face Detection

    Face Detection The Face Detection mode will detect faces of persons in a photo so that the faces will be as clear as possible. 1. While in photography mode, press the activate Face Detection. The on the LCD. 2. Hold the camera securely, and point the camera towards the subject to start the face detection process.

  • Page 55: Smile Detection

    Smile Detection With the camera's new "smile detection"feature, which automatically detects and captures a person smiling, you'll never miss a smile. 1. While in shooting mode, press the repeatedly until appears on the LCD. This icon indicates that the camera is in Smile Detection mode. 2.

  • Page 56: Blink Detection

    Blink Detection The Blink Detection feature is on by default, and after taking each photo, a warning message will pop up if a blink had been detected in the photo. 1. In photography modes, press the button enter the Photo menu. 2.

  • Page 57: Playback

    PLAYBACK Viewing photos and videos To view the captured photos and video clips on the LCD screen: 1. Turn your camera to Playback mode. The last recorded photo or video clip is displayed. 2. Use the Left/Right navigation buttons to scroll through the photos or video clips stored in the internal memory or memory card.

  • Page 58

    During the video playback, an operation guide appears on the screen. You can use the navigation pad to per- form the functions accordingly. During the video playback, you can use the Up/Down navigation buttons to adjust the volume of playback. During the slow motion playback, you can use the Left/Right navigation buttons to adjust the speed of playback.

  • Page 59: Editing Video

    Editing video Press the Edit program button to enter the fol- lowing screen and use the buttons on the left side to edit the playback. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select a button. button and use the Left/Right 1. Select the navigation buttons to specify the new beginning of the playback.

  • Page 60: Thumbnail View

    To exit the Edit screen, select the press the button. Edited video must be at least 1 second long . With sufficient battery and at least 1GB available memory, up to 30 minutes of footage can be recorded per movie. 56 56 button and Thumbnail view...

  • Page 61: Using Zoom Playback (for Still Pictures Only)

    Using zoom playback (for still pictures only) The zoom scroll wheel can also be used during play- back. This allows you to magnify photos up to 8X. 1. Turn your camera to Playback mode. 2. Use the Left/Right navigation buttons to select a photo to magnify.

  • Page 62: Using The Delete Button

    Using the Delete button The camera is equipped with a quick Delete button for you to delete photos or videoclips without entering the Playback menu. To delete a photo or video: 1. Turn your camera to Playback mode. 2. Use the navigation buttons to select the photo/ video clip you want to delete.

  • Page 63: Using The Menus

    USING THE MENUS Still menu Mode : In still shooting modes, press the the Still menu. To configure the settings: 1. In the Still menu, press the Up/Down button to switch between the page numbers of the function menu, and press the Right button to enter the function menu option.

  • Page 64: Af Mode (auto-focus Mode)

    AF mode (Auto-Focus mode) Use this setting to control the auto-focus mechanism while taking pictures. Two options are available: • Single-AF: The focus frame appears on the center of the LCD screen to focus on the subject. • Multi-AF: The camera automatically focuses the subject in a wide area to find the focus point.

  • Page 65: Cont.shot (continuous Shot)

    Cont. Shot (Continuous shot) Use this setting to perform continuous shooting. Once in this mode, you must continuously hold the shutter button to use this function. Four options are available: • Off: Capture a single shot only. • 3 shot: Capture up to 3 consecutive pictures. •...

  • Page 66: Quick Review

    Quick Review This setting refers to the quick photo review immedi- ately after taking a picture. The picture stays on the LCD screen for an adjustable period of time. Four options are available: • Off • 1 sec • 2 sec •...

  • Page 67: Histogram

    Digital Zoom indicator • Off: gray color. • On: reddish color. Histogram The histogram is used for checking the exposure while taking pictures. Use this setting to enable or disable the histogram display on the LCD screen. • Off • On Slow Shutter In Slow shutter mode, the shutter will remain open as long as the shutter button is pressed.

  • Page 68: Blink Detection

    Blink Detection The Blink Detection feature is on by default, and after taking each photo, a warning message will pop up if a blink had been detected in the photo. • Off: • On 64 64 Date Imprint Include a date/time stamp in the photo image. •...

  • Page 69: Movie Menu

    Movie menu Mode : In movie shooting mode, press the the Movie menu. To configure the settings: 1. In the Short Movie Shot menu, press the Up/Down button to switch between the page numbers of the function menu, and press the Right button to enter the function menu option.

  • Page 70: Expo Metering (exposure Metering)

    Expo Metering (Exposure Metering) Set metering mode for various lighting conditions. Three options are available: • Spot metering • Center-weighted average metering • Artificial intelligence automatic expo- sure (Ai AE) 66 66...

  • Page 71: Playback Menu

    Playback menu Mode : In playback mode, press the button to enter the Playback menu. Please refer to the following sections for detailed instructions on the various menu options. Protect To prevent pictures or videos being erased accidentally, you can use this setting to lock one or all files. To protect/unprotect a picture or video: 1.

  • Page 72: Delete

    3. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select One to protect this picture/video, or select All to protect all pictures/videos in the internal memory or memory card. Then press the Right navigation button. button to select Yes to lock the 4.

  • Page 73: Dpof (digital Print Order Format)

    • Delete All: 1. On the Delete menu, select Delete All and then press the Right button. 2. Using the Left/Right buttons, select Yes (to delete all files) or No (to cancel and return to the previous menu). The “ ”...

  • Page 74: Info. Box (information Box)

    Info. Box (Information Box) Use this setting to enable or disable the text display for taking pictures. The following information will be dis- played on the screen: histogram display, aperture value, shutter speed, exposure value, image size, image quality, and ISO value. (Please refer to page 40 for information on the menu options shown.

  • Page 75: Resize

    4. Press the Shutter button to save what you see on the LCD screen as a new picture, or the cancel and return to the Playback menu. Resize This setting allows you to resize picture to a specified resolution, and save it as a new picture. 1.

  • Page 76: Slide Show

    direction for rotation or Back to cancel and return to the Playback menu. 4. Press the button to confirm the setting. The rotated image will be saved as a new file, and the original image will remain intact in memory. Slide show This setting allows you to view all the stored pictures as a slideshow.

  • Page 77: Red-eye Removal

    Red-eye removal Use this setting to remove red-eye effect in your photos. 1. Select the Red-eye removal setting from the Playback menu as described previously. 2. Use the Left/Right navigation buttons to select the image for which red-eye will be removed. 3.

  • Page 78: Setup Menu

    Setup menu Mode : The Setup menu is available in all modes. Press the button in any modes, then use the navigation but- tons to select the Setup menu. To configure the settings: 1. In the Setting menu, press the Up/Down button to switch between the page numbers of the function menu, and press the Right button to enter the Setting menu option.

  • Page 79: Beep

    3. The current media is formatted. Beep Use this setting to adjust the volume of beep when buttons are pressed and change the tones for shutter, buttons, self-timer, and power-on/power-off. To change this setting: 1. Select the Beep setting from the Setup menu as described previously.

  • Page 80: Power Saver

    3. For manual adjustment, use the Left/Right buttons to adjust the brightness. Power Saver This setting allows you to save power and get the maximum possible running time for your battery. Follow the steps below to turn off the LCD screen and camera automatically after a period of inactivity.

  • Page 81: Date/time

    Date/Time See “Setting the Date and Time“ section on page 27. World time The world time setting is a useful function on your over- seas trips. This feature enables you to display the local time on the LCD screen while you are overseas. 1.

  • Page 82: Language

    Select this Serial number is derived and assigned setting: to a new file as follows: whether the number should continue Continue on from the last photo you have taken reset the counter to 1 and save files in Reset a new folder in the memory card. Language See “Setting the Language“...

  • Page 83: Copy To Card (copy Internal Memory To Memory Card)

    Copy to Card (Copy internal memory to memory card) Use this setting to copy the files stored in the internal memory to the memory card. 1. Select the Copy to memory card setting from the Setup menu as described previously. 2.

  • Page 84: Fw Ver. (firmware Version)

    FW Ver. (Firmware version) Use this setting to view the current camera firmware version. 1. Select the FW Ver. setting from the Setup menu as described previously. 2. If SD card contains a new version of firmware, please upgrade accordingly as necessary. 80 80...

  • Page 85: Connections

    CONNECTIONS Connecting to a TV You can connect your camera to your television, computer, or printer to view picture you have taken. By using the AV cable, you can view the captured images on a TV. Follow the steps below to connect the supplied AV cable to a TV.

  • Page 86: Connecting To A Pc

    Connecting to a PC Use the USB cable and ArcSoft software (CD-ROM) supplied with your camera to copy (transfer) pictures to a computer. Setting the USB mode Since the camera’s USB port can be set to connect with either a PC or a Printer, the following steps will allow you to ensure that the camera is correctly configured to connect with a PC.

  • Page 87

    By using the USB cable, you can transfer the captured photos and videos to a PC. Follow the steps below to connect the camera to a PC. 1. Start a computer to which ArcSoft software has been installed. 2. Make sure both the camera and PC are turned on. 3.

  • Page 88

    Window 2000 Professional Click the [Unplug or Eject Hardware] icon in the taskbar and select [Stop USB Mass Storage Device] from the menu displayed. Macintosh Drag the untitled icon to the Trash. ("Untitled") 84 84...

  • Page 89: Connecting To A Pictbridge Compatible Printer

    Connecting to a PictBridge compatible printer PictBridge allows printing images from a memory card in a digital camera directly to a printer, regardless of brand. To find out if a printer is PictBridge compatible, simply look for the PictBridge logo on the packaging or check the manual for specifications.With the PictBridge...

  • Page 90: Connecting The Camera And Printer

    Connecting the camera and printer. 1. Make sure both the camera and printer are turned 2. Connect one end of the supplied USB cable to the USB port on your camera. 3. Connect the other end of the cable to the USB port on the printer.

  • Page 91: Using The Pictbridge Menu

    Using the PictBridge menu After setting the USB mode to Printer, the PictBridge menu appears. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select a menu item, and press the Right navigation button to enter. Refer to the following sections for more detailed infor- mation on each setting.

  • Page 92: Print Without Date

    3. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select the number of prints for the current displayed photo. 4. Press the button and the following screen appears. 5. Select Yes to confirm printing, or No to cancel. Then press the button. Print without date Use this setting to print the photos without dates on them.

  • Page 93: Print Index

    5. Select Yes to confirm printing, or No to cancel. Then press the button. Print index You can use this setting to print all indexes to show all the photos currently in your camera. 1. Select Print index from the PictBridge menu. The following screen appears.

  • Page 94: Print Dpof

    Print DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) To use DPOF printing, you must make the selection of photos for printing using the DPOF settings before hand. See “DPOF” section on page 70. 1. Select Print DPOF from the PictBridge menu. The following screen appears.

  • Page 95: Appendices

    Appendices Specifications : G2 "Design and specifications are subject to change without notice." Effective Image Sensor Pixels Image Sensor Focal Length F = [35mm film equivalent] F number Lens Lens Construction Optical Zoom Focusing Range Anti-Handshake Digital Zoom Number of Still Image Recording Movie...

  • Page 96

    Image Compression DCF, DPOF (Ver1.1) Support Still Image File Format Movie Audio Shooting Modes Smile Detection Blink Detection Face-Detection Red-eye Removal Panorama Stitching LCD Display ISO Sensitivity Best, Fine, Normal Exif 2.2 (JPEG) Image Compression: MPEG4, Audio: G.711 [Monaural] WAVE [Monaural] (Max 60 seconds) Auto, Manual, Image Stabilization, Movie, Scene (Sport, Children, Indoor, Leaf, Snow, Sunset, Fireworks, Glass, Museum, Landscape, Night Landscape, Night Portrait), Panorama, Portrait...

  • Page 97

    AF Method Light Metering Method Exposure Control Method Exposure Compensation Shutter Speed Continuous Shooting Playback Modes White Balance Control Internal Flash (Shooting Range) Single AF, Multi-AF (TTL 9-point), Face-Detection, AF Assist Light (On/ Off) Artificial Intelligence AE (Ai AE), Center-weighted Average, Spot (Fixed to center of frame) ProgramAE (AE-lock available) ±2 EV in 1/3 steps...

  • Page 98

    Recording Media Other Features Jacks Power Battery Charger Shooting Capability (Battery Performance) Approx. 200 shots (based on CIPA standards) Operation Environment Dimensions (W x H x D) Mass 94 94 Internal Memory: 26MB SD Card/SDHC Card (Up to 4GB support) PictBridge, Exif Print Support, Multi-language Support (23 languages) USB2.0/AV-OUT (Integrated Proprietary Connector) Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery GB-20, 3.7V 750mAh...

  • Page 99: Specifications : A735/a835

    Appendices Specifications : A735/A835 "Design and specifications are subject to change without notice." Effective Image Sensor Pixels Image Sensor Focal Length F = [35mm film equivalent] F number Lens Lens Construction Optical Zoom Focusing Range Anti-Handshake Digital Zoom 7.07 /8.0 Megapixels 7.40 /8.5 Megapixels [1/2.5”...

  • Page 100

    Number of Still Image Recording Pixels Movie Image Compression DCF, DPOF (Ver1.1) Support Still Image File Movie Format Audio Shooting Modes Smile Detection Blink Detection Face-Detection Red-eye Removal A735: 7MP, (3:2)6MP, (16:9)5MP, 3MP, 2MP, 1MP, 0.3MP A835: 8MP, (3:2)7MP, (16:9)6MP, 5MP, 3MP, 2MP, 1MP, 0.3MP 640x480pixels: 30fps/15fps, 320x240pixels: 30fps/15fps Best, Fine, Normal Exif 2.21 (JPEG)

  • Page 101

    Panorama Stitching LCD Display ISO Sensitivity AF Method Light Metering Method Exposure Control Method Exposure Compensation Shutter Speed Continuous Shooting Playback Modes White Balance Control 2.5 inch LTPS (low-temperature polycrystalline silicon) TFT color LCD (153,600 pixels) Auto, ISO 80/100/200/400/800/1600 Single AF, Multi-AF (TTL 9-point), AF Assist Light (On/Off) Artificial Intelligence AE (Ai AE), Center-weighted Average, Spot (Fixed to center of frame) ProgramAE (AE-lock available)

  • Page 102

    Internal Flash (Shooting Range) Recording Media Other Features Jacks Power Shooting Capability (Battery Performance) Operation Environment Dimensions (W x H x D) Mass 98 98 Auto/Red-Eye Reduction/Forced Flash/No Flash/Slow Synchro/Red-Eye Reduction+Slow Synchro Gno. 6.5 (ISO 100) Shooting Range Wide: Approx. 0.3m~4.6m / Tele: Approx. 0.3m~2.7m (ISO 400) Internal Memory: 32MB SD Card/SDHC Card (Up to 4GB support) PictBridge, ExifPrint Support, Multi-language Support (23 languages)

  • Page 103: A1030/a1230/w1000/w1200

    Appendices Specifications : A1030/A1230/W1000/W1200 "Design and specifications are subject to change without notice." Effective Image Sensor Pixels Image Sensor Focal Length F = [35mm film equivalent] F number Lens Lens Construction Optical Zoom Focusing Range Anti-Handshake Digital Zoom 10.1 /12.1 Megapixels 10.54 Megapixels [1/1.7”...

  • Page 104

    Number of Still Image Recording Pixels Movie Image Compression DCF, DPOF (Ver1.1) Support Still Image File Format Movie Audio Shooting Modes Smile Detection Blink Detection Face-Detection Red-eye Removal A1030/W1000: 10MP, 9MP(3:2), 7MP(16:9), 5MP, 3MP, 2MP, 1MP, 0.3MP A1230/W1200: 12MP(4:3), 10MP(3:2), 9MP(16:9), 6MP, 3MP, 2MP, 1MP, 0.3MP 640x480pixels: 20fps/15fps, 320x240pixels: 20fps/15fps Best, Fine, Normal...

  • Page 105

    Panorama Stitching LCD Display ISO Sensitivity AF Method Light Metering Method Exposure Control Method Exposure Compensation Shutter Speed Continuous Shooting Playback Modes White Balance Control 2.5 inch LTPS (low-temperature polycrystalline silicon) TFT color LCD (153,600 pixels) Auto, ISO 64/80/100/200/400/800/1600/3200(3M) Single AF, Multi-AF (TTL 9-point), AF Assist Light (On/Off) Artificial Intelligence AE (Ai AE), Center-weighted Average, Spot (Fixed to center of frame) ProgramAE (AE-lock available)

  • Page 106

    Internal Flash (Shooting Range) Recording Media Other Features Jacks Power Shooting Capability (Battery Performance) Operation Environment Dimensions (W x H x D) Mass Auto/Red-Eye Reduction/Forced Flash/No Flash/Slow Synchro/Red-Eye Reduction+Slow Synchro Gno. 5.7±0.5EV (ISO 100) Shooting Range Wide: Approx. 0.3m~3.2m / Tele: Approx. 0.3m~2.0m (ISO 400) Internal Memory: 24MB SD Card/SDHC Card (Up to 8GB support) PictBridge, ExifPrint Support, Multi-language Support (23 languages)

  • Page 107: E1045w/e1055w

    Appendices Specifications : E1045W/E1055W "Design and specifications are subject to change without notice." Effective Image Sensor Pixels Image Sensor Focal Length F = [35mm film equivalent] F number Lens Lens Construction Optical Zoom Focusing Range Anti-Handshake Digital Zoom 10.1 Megapixels 10.4 Megapixels [1/2.33”...

  • Page 108

    Number of Still Image Recording Movie Pixels Image Compression DCF, DPOF (Ver1.1) Support Still Image File Format Movie Audio Shooting Modes Smile Detection Blink Detection Face-Detection Red-eye Removal 10MP, 9MP(3:2), 8MP, 7MP(16:9), 5MP, 3MP, 0.3MP 640x480pixels: 30fps/15fps, 320x240pixels: 30fps/15fps Best, Fine, Normal Exif 2.2 (JPEG) Quick Time Motion JPEG, Audio: G.711 [Monaural] WAVE [Monaural] (Max 60 seconds)

  • Page 109

    Panorama Stitching LCD Display ISO Sensitivity AF Method Light Metering Method Exposure Control Method Exposure Compensation Shutter Speed Continuous Shooting Playback Modes White Balance Control 3.0 inch (230,400 pixels) LTPS (low-temperature polycrystalline silicon) TFT color LCD Auto, ISO 80/100/200/400/800/1600 Single AF, Multi-AF (TTL 9-point), AF Assist Light (On/Off) Artificial Intelligence AE (Ai AE), Center-weighted Average, Spot (Fixed to center of frame) ProgramAE (AE-lock available)

  • Page 110

    Internal Flash (Shooting Range) Recording Media Other Features Jacks Power Shooting Capability (Battery Performance) Operation Environment Dimensions (W x H x D) Mass Auto/Red-Eye Reduction/Forced Flash/No Flash/Slow Synchro/Red-Eye Reduction+Slow Synchro Gno. 5.0 EV (ISO 100) Shooting Range Wide: Approx. 0.6m~3.2m / Tele: Approx. 1.2m~2.1m / 2.0m (ISO 400) Internal Memory: 24MB SD Card/SDHC Card (Up to 8GB support)

  • Page 111: E840s/e1035/e1235

    Appendices Specifications : E840s/E1035/E1235 "Design and specifications are subject to change without notice." Model name E840s Effective Image 8.0 Megapixels Sensor Pixels Image Sensor 8.53 Megapixels 1/2.5" CCD 6.15mm (Wide) ~ 24.6mm Lens Focal Length (Tele) [35mm film equiva- [37mm (Wide) ~ 148mm (Tele)] [35mm (Wide) ~ 105mm (Tele)] [35mm (Wide) ~ 105mm (Tele)] lent] F3.4 (Wide) ~ F5.8 (Tele) Lens F number...

  • Page 112

    Model name E840s Electronic Image Stabilization Anti-Handshake 4.5X digital zoom (Combined Digital Zoom Zoom: 18X) 8MP, 7MP(3:2), 6MP(16:9), Number of Record- 5MP, 3MP, 2MP, 1MP, 0.3MP ing Pixels : Still Image Number of Re- 640x480pixels: 30fps/15fps, cording Pixels : 320x240pixels: 30fps/15fps Movie Image Compres- Best, Fine, Normal...

  • Page 113

    Model name E840s Auto, Manual, Image Stabilization, Movie, Scene (Sport, Children, Indoor, Leaf, Snow, Sunset, Shooting Modes Fireworks, Glass, Museum, Landscape, Night Landscape, Night Portrait), Panorama, Portrait Smile Detection Blink Detection Face-Detection Red-eye Removal Panorama Stitcing 2.7 inch LTPS TFT color LCD LCD Display (230,400 pixels) Auto, ISO...

  • Page 114

    Model name E840s Exposure Compen- ±2 EV in 1/3 steps sation Shutter Speed 4 ~ 1/2000 second (Manual 30 seconds) Continuous Shoot- Approx. 1.8 fps (Large/Fine mode) Single Photo, Index (4/9/16 thumbnails), Slide Show, Movie (Slow-Motion possible), Zoom Playback Modes (E840s/E1035/E1235 Approx.

  • Page 115

    Model name E840s Jacks USB2.0/AV-OUT (Integrated Proprietary Connector) Rechargeable Lithium-ion Power Battery GB-20, 3.7V 750mAh Input Voltage : AC 100 to 240V, 50/60Hz, 100mA Output Voltage : DC 4.2V, 500mA" Battery Charger Shooting Approx. 200 shots (based on Capability (Battery CIPA standards) Performance) Operation...

  • Page 116: Error Messages

    Error messages Messages No card Card error Card full Write protect Picture error No picture Lens error System error No sound file Image cannot be saved Explanation • The memory card is not inserted. • The memory card is not formatted. •...

  • Page 117

    Messages Card is not formatted, format? This image cannot be deleted Cannot record movie Sound file cannot be saved Warning!! Camera recording, please wait. Warning!! Battery exhausted. This file cannot be played back No connection Print error Cannot print Explanation •...

  • Page 118: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Problem Camera does not turn on. Camera turns off suddenly dur- ing operation. The picture is blurred. Images, video clips, and audio files cannot be saved. Possible causes • The battery has run out. • The battery is not inserted correctly.

  • Page 119

    Problem No picture is taken when press- ing the shutter button. Images cannot print from the connected printer. Possible causes • The memory card is full. • No available space to store the files. • The mode dial is in Playback mode.

  • Page 120

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