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KODAK DC200 Plus Camera
KODAK DC210 Plus Zoom Camera
User's Guide
for the cameras, KODAK Installation Software,
KODAK DC200/DC210 Mounter Software, and KODAK
Acquire/TWAIN Software.
Visit Kodak on the World Wide Web at www.kodak.com
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  • Page 1 Chap1newBook Page 1 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM KODAK DC200 Plus Camera KODAK DC210 Plus Zoom Camera User’s Guide for the cameras, KODAK Installation Software, KODAK DC200/DC210 Mounter Software, and KODAK Acquire/TWAIN Software. Visit Kodak on the World Wide Web at www.kodak.com...
  • Page 2 The FlashPix format is defined in a specification and test suite developed and published by Kodak in collaboration with Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, and Live Picture. Only products that meet the specification and pass the test suite may use the FlashPix name and logo.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Chap1newBook Page i Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Table of Contents Table of Contents ......... . . i Getting Started .
  • Page 4 Chap1newBook Page ii Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Preferences ..........4-1 Quality .
  • Page 5 Chap1newBook Page iii Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM TWAIN Software .........8-1 Installation .
  • Page 6 Chap1newBook Page iv Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM...
  • Page 7: Getting Started

    2X zoom lens (29 to 58mm) to zoom in on subjects and a close up option to set the focus at 8in. (20cm) The pictures used in this manual were captured with a Kodak digital camera. This user’s guide includes operating instructions for the DC200/DC210 cameras and detailed information on the KODAK Installation Software (chapter 5), Mounter Software (chapter 7), and TWAIN Software (chapter 8).
  • Page 8 Chap1newBook Page 2 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Camera SpeciÞcations Picture Pixel Resolution— High— 1152 x 864 = 995,328 Standard— 640 x 480 = 307,200 CCD Resolution— 1160 x 872 = 1,011,520 Flash Range— DC200— 2.23 ft. to 9.84 ft. (0.7 to 3.0 m) DC210—...
  • Page 9: Your Dc200/dc210 Camera

    Chap1newBook Page 3 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Your DC200/DC210 Camera The illustrations throughout this user’s guide are of the DC210 unless otherwise stated. Camera Front Self-Timer LIght Infrared Transceiver (DC210 Only) Camera Top Status Display FLASH CLOSE-UP (DC210 only) Viewfinder Flash Flash Sensor...
  • Page 10: Camera Back

    Chap1newBook Page 4 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Camera Back Ready Light LCD Screen DO-IT Camera Bottom Battery Door Camera Side Card Door Viewfinder ZOOM (DC210 Only Mode Dial Tripod Socket Video Out Serial AC Adapter Card EJECT...
  • Page 11: Capturing A Picture

    Chap1newBook Page 1 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM When the Mode dial is set to Capture, the camera can perform the following functions: capture a picture preview pictures on the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) delete a picture just taken adjust the exposure adjust some camera settings using the Status Display Camera Power...
  • Page 12: Take A Picture

    Chap1newBook Page 2 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Take a Picture To take a picture: The green Ready light, Memory Card icon, Pictures Remaining number on the Status Display blink rapidly, as the camera processes the picture. You do not need to hold the camera still while the green Ready light is blinking, but you will not be able to take another picture until it stops.
  • Page 13: Delete One Picture

    Chap1newBook Page 3 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Delete One Picture You may delete the picture that was just taken without leaving Capture mode. This delete feature is only available when the picture is shown on the LCD and the Quickview option is activated. See “Quickview” on page 4-7. To delete the most recent picture taken in Capture mode: To exit: press a DO-IT button.
  • Page 14: Exposure Compensation

    Chap1newBook Page 4 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Exposure Compensation The camera’s exposure value (EV) can be adjusted from -2.0 to +2.0 EV in 0.5 EV increments while in Capture mode. A +1.0 adjustment in EV, in effect doubles the amount of light allowed to reach the CCD (charge coupled device) in your camera.
  • Page 15: Exposure Lock

    Chap1newBook Page 5 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Exposure Lock Use the Exposure Lock to take a sequence of pictures that require the same exposure. When this setting is activated, the camera maintains a constant exposure setting. To turn on Exposure Lock: To Reset: The Exposure Lock setting automatically resets when the camera is turned off.
  • Page 16: Status Display

    Chap1newBook Page 6 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Status Display The Status Display, located at the top of your camera, allows you to view and change some camera settings. The following sections offer detailed descriptions of Status Display settings. The DC200/DC210 must be turned on to view the Status Display.
  • Page 17: Self-timer

    Memory Card The DC200/DC210 comes equipped with a KODAK Picture Card (memory card). The reusable memory card is used to store the pictures taken with the camera. The camera does not have an internal memory and will not operate without a memory card.
  • Page 18: Close-up -dc210 Only

    Chap1newBook Page 8 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM To insert a memory card: To remove a memory card: WARNING: Do not insert or eject a card when the Ready light is blinking. This may damage your pictures or camera. Use only certified memory cards in your camera that carry the CompactFlash logo.
  • Page 19: Flash

    Chap1newBook Page 9 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM To turn on the Close-Up setting: To cancel Close-Up: press the CLOSE UP button again and the Close-Up icon disappears from the Status Display. The Close-Up setting is automatically turned off when the camera is turned off. Flash The DC200/DC210 is equipped with a built-in flash that offers an optional red- eye reduction feature.
  • Page 20: Resolution

    Chap1newBook Page 10 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM To change the Flash setting: To cancel the Flash setting: Flash setting returns to the default setting when the camera is turned off. Resolution Resolution indicates the size of the picture in pixels. The camera can be set to capture pictures in a High or Standard resolution.
  • Page 21: Quality

    Chap1newBook Page 11 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Quality You may set your camera to capture pictures in a Good, Better, or Best quality setting. The Quality setting indicates how much the picture is compressed to save space on the memory card. Your pictures include more detail with the Best or Better setting, but they will use more memory on the card than with the Good setting.
  • Page 22: Batteries

    Chap1newBook Page 12 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Batteries The DC200/DC210 comes with four AA batteries. Standard 1.5V alkaline, 1.5V lithium, or rechargeable 1.2V Ni-Cd or Ni-MH batteries may be used. The battery power icon changes automatically. You may not select or change this icon.
  • Page 23 Digital camera requirements are very demanding on batteries. Not all battery brands perform well under these challenging conditions. In Kodak lab tests, Ni-MH rechargeable batteries delivered the best results in a variety of conditions. Ni-MH batteries are designed for high demand devices like digital cameras, and do not exhibit the “memory”...
  • Page 24: Zoom -dc210 Only

    Chap1newBook Page 14 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Zoom ÑDC210 Only The DC210 comes equipped with a 2X zoom lens that allows you to zoom in on your subject from Wide Angle (29mm) to TelePhoto (58mm). Wide Angle To activate the zoom: The camera’s default lens position is Wide Angle.
  • Page 25: General Maintenance And Safety

    Do not wipe the camera lens or LCD screen with chemically treated eyeglass lens tissue as it may scratch the lens. Service agreements are available in some countries. Please contact your Kodak dealer for more information. 2-15...
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  • Page 27: Review

    Chap1newBook Page 1 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM When the Mode dial is set to Review, you may use the LCD to view the pictures stored on the KODAK Picture Card (memory card). Using the Overlay screen the camera can perform the following functions:...
  • Page 28: Delete One Or All Pictures

    Chap1newBook Page 2 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Delete One or All Pictures You can delete one or all of the pictures on the memory card when in the Review mode. To delete a picture in Review mode: To exit: press a button until Exit is highlighted and then press the DO-IT button.
  • Page 29: Magnify Pictures

    Chap1newBook Page 3 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Magnify Pictures The magnify feature allows you to view the current picture at 2x size on the LCD screen when in Review mode. To magnify a picture in Review mode: To exit: press the DO-IT button to cancel the Magnify feature. The magnify feature stops and the Overlay screen reappears.
  • Page 30: Slide Show

    Chap1newBook Page 4 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Slide Show The slide show feature on the DC200/DC210 allows you to connect the camera to a TV and view the pictures from the memory card on your TV! This is especially useful when sharing pictures with family and friends.
  • Page 31: Preferences

    Chap1newBook Page 1 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM When the Mode dial is set to Preferences, the main Preferences screen appears on the LCD. Using the Preferences screen the following settings can be adjusted or activated: Quality Resolution Template Date stamp The Preferences screens, illustrated below, display the current setting of each icon.
  • Page 32: Quality

    Chap1newBook Page 2 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Quality The Quality screen is used to set the picture quality to Best, Better, or Good. See “Quality” on page 2-11 for more information on picture quality. To set quality: To reset: the Quality setting is maintained until another setting is selected. This setting does not change when the camera is turned off.
  • Page 33: Resolution

    Chap1newBook Page 3 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Resolution The Resolution screen is used to set the picture resolution to High (1152x864) or Standard (640x480). See “Resolution” on page 2-10 for more information on picture resolution. To set resolution: To reset: the Resolution setting is maintained until another setting is selected.
  • Page 34: Template

    Chap1newBook Page 4 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Template The Template screen is used to select a creative border and/or logo that is added to your picture when the picture is captured. Once a picture is captured with the template feature activated, the template cannot be removed.
  • Page 35: Date Stamp

    Chap1newBook Page 5 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Date Stamp The Date Stamp screen is used to record the date on your pictures. To turn on the Date Stamp: The date stamp is only visible after the picture has been taken with the camera in either Review mode, or in Capture mode with Quickview activated.
  • Page 36: File Type

    Chap1newBook Page 6 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM File Type The File Type screen is used to select how the picture file is saved, in a FlashPix or JPG (default setting) format. Select a format that is compatible with the software you use on your computer.
  • Page 37: Quickview

    Chap1newBook Page 7 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Quickview The Quickview screen is used to turn the camera’s Quickview setting on or off. When you take a picture with Quickview on, the picture momentarily appears on the LCD seconds after the picture is taken! The Quickview option must be activated to use the delete feature available in Capture mode.
  • Page 38: Date And Time

    Chap1newBook Page 8 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Date and Time The Date and Time screen is used to set the camera’s date and time. To set the date and time: To reset: the Date and Time setting is maintained until another setting is selected. This setting does not change when the camera is turned off.
  • Page 39: Lcd Brightness

    Chap1newBook Page 9 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM LCD Brightness The LCD Brightness screen is used to adjust the brightness of the LCD screen. To adjust the LCD brightness: To reset: the LCD Brightness setting is maintained until another setting is selected.
  • Page 40: Format Memory Card

    Chap1newBook Page 10 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Format Memory Card The Format Memory Card screen formats the memory card while it is in the camera. When a memory card is formatted it erases everything, including any templates on the card, and sets up new directories and pointers on the memory card.
  • Page 41: Video Out

    Chap1newBook Page 11 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Video Out The Video Out screen is used to set the camera’s video output format to NTSC or PAL. The video out format selected depends on your TV or video monitor. In most cases European countries use PAL, other countries use NTSC.
  • Page 42: Language

    Chap1newBook Page 12 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Language The Language screen is used to select a language interface for the camera. When a specific language is selected, the LCD screens on the back of the camera will change to reflect the language selected. To select a language: To change Language: press a highlighted and then press the DO-IT button.
  • Page 43: About

    Chap1newBook Page 13 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM About The About screen is a view only screen that keeps a record of the camera’s use. While viewing the About screen, you can look-up the following information: firmware version total number of pictures taken over the lifetime of the camera total number of flashes fired over the lifetime of the camera To view the About screen: Set the Mode dial to Preferences.
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  • Page 45: Installation Software

    Chap1newBook Page 1 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM KODAK Installation Software (Installation software) quickly and easily installs the software included on the DC200/DC210 CD to your computer. WINDOWS System Requirements WINDOWS 95, WINDOWS 98, or WINDOW NT System Software...
  • Page 46 Chap1newBook Page 2 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM The install window appears. Select the language you want to install. The Welcome window appears. Click on the NEXT button. Read the agreement and click on the YES button to accept the software license agreement.
  • Page 47 Chap1newBook Page 3 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM You are now ready to run the newly installed software. Detailed information on KODAK DC200/DC210 Mounter Software (chapter 7) and TWAIN Software (chapter 8) are included in this user manual. Instruction manuals for the additional software packages that were installed are included in the camera package.
  • Page 48 Chap1newBook Page 4 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM...
  • Page 49: Connect

    Checking Serial Port Availability If your computer cannot communicate with the DC200/DC210 you may need to adjust the serial port and speed settings. Adjust the settings using the KODAK Mounter Software (chapter 7) or KODAK TWAIN Software (Chapter 8), or follow the instructions on the Kodak Web site at http://www.kodak.com.
  • Page 50: Serial Cable Connection

    COM Port Connectivity problems for IBM-Type PCs, with KODAK Digital Cameras” section in the readme file on the DC200/DC210 software CD, or click “Service and Support” on the Kodak Web site at http://www.kodak.com. To connect to your computer with a serial cable: Set the Mode dial to Connect.
  • Page 51: Mounter Software

    If your computer does not recognize that the camera is attached and turned on, you may need to adjust the serial port and speed settings. See “Communication Settings” on page 7- 8 for details or follow the instructions on the Kodak Web site at http://www.kodak.com.
  • Page 52: Overview

    Chap1newBook Page 2 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Overview Mounter software uses the following icons: Camera icon—displays the DC200/DC210 camera. Memory Card icon—displays picture files stored on the memory card. Picture File icon—displays picture files with FlashPix (FPX) or JPEG (JPG) extensions when appropriate viewing option is selected.
  • Page 53 Chap1newBook Page 3 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM To transfer files: Double-click on the My Computer icon. The My Computer window appears. To exit Mounter software: select Close from the File menu. The Mounter Camera icon remains in the My Computer folder even when the camera is not accessed.
  • Page 54: Setting And Viewing Properties

    Chap1newBook Page 4 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Setting and Viewing Properties Mounter software displays memory card, picture file, or camera information from the Properties window. Memory Card Properties The General Info tab on the Camera Card Memory Properties window displays the current setting for the memory card.
  • Page 55: Picture File Properties

    Chap1newBook Page 5 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Picture File Properties The General Info tab on the Picture File Properties window displays information about the current picture file. You cannot change any settings on this window. To open the Picture File Properties window: Double-click on the Camera icon in the My Computer window.
  • Page 56: Camera Properties

    Chap1newBook Page 6 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Camera Properties The Camera Properties window displays the Camera Settings and Capture tab cards. Camera Settings Tab The Camera Settings tab on the Camera Properties window is used to view and change the camera’s current settings, and open to the Communication Settings window.
  • Page 57 Chap1newBook Page 7 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Capture The Capture tab on the Camera Properties window allows you to take a picture, and adjust the exposure and zoom settings, and adjust the file format while the camera is attached to the computer. To open the Capture tab: Click on the Camera icon with the right mouse button.
  • Page 58 Chap1newBook Page 8 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Communication Settings The Communications Settings window allows you to view and change the serial port and port speed settings while the camera is attached to your computer. See “Camera Communication Settings” on page 7- 1 for more detailed information. To open the Communication Setting window: Click on the Camera icon with the right mouse button.
  • Page 59 Chap1newBook Page 9 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Delete The Delete window allows you to delete the pictures from the memory card. To delete a picture: Click on the Camera icon with the right mouse button. Select Camera Properties from the pop-up menu. You may also delete individual picture files using the Camera icon.
  • Page 60 Chap1newBook Page 10 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM...
  • Page 61: Twain Software

    If your computer does not recognize that the camera is attached and turned on, you may need to adjust the serial port and speed settings. See “Preferences Settings” on page 8-5 for details or follow the instructions on the KODAK Web site at http://www.kodak.com.
  • Page 62: Starting Twain Software

    See “Connect” on page 8-1. Open a TWAIN-compliant software (for example, ADOBE PHOTODELUXE). Pull down the File menu and select TWAIN Source. Select Kodak DC200/DC210 Zoom Acquire TWAIN. Pull down the File menu and select TWAIN Acquire. The TWAIN software main window appears. Overview The following is the main window of TWAIN software.
  • Page 63: Transferring Pictures From Dc200/dc210

    Chap1newBook Page 3 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Transferring Pictures from DC200/DC210 The DC200/DC210 needs to be turned on and connected to your computer to transfer pictures from the camera. Click on the GET PICTURES FROM CAMERA button. The Get Camera Pictures window appears.
  • Page 64: Picture Information

    Chap1newBook Page 4 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM To exit: click on the CLOSE button. Picture Information The Picture Information window displays information about the picture and camera settings when the picture was taken. You may not select or change any settings on the window.
  • Page 65: Preferences Settings

    Chap1newBook Page 5 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Preferences Settings The Preferences window allows you to change serial port and speed settings. If your computer does not recognize that the camera is attached and turned on, you may need to adjust the serial port and speed setting. To change serial port or speed setting: Click on the PREFERENCES button.
  • Page 66 Chap1newBook Page 6 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM...
  • Page 67: Tips And Troubleshooting

    Communicating with the Computer If your computer cannot communicate with the camera you may need to adjust the serial port and speed settings. Adjust the settings using the KODAK Mounter Software (chapter 7) or KODAK TWAIN Software (Chapter 8), or follow the instructions on the Kodak Web site at http://www.kodak.com...
  • Page 68: Printing

    To improve the quality of your prints, you may want to print your pictures on KODAK Inkjet Snapshot Paper (Snapshot Paper). Snapshot Paper is made to work with most inkjet printers to give you clearer, crisper, and more detailed...
  • Page 69: Troubleshooting

    If you are experiencing difficulties with your camera, check the following table for possible solutions. If the difficulties persist, refer to Chapter 11 - Help. Additional technical information is available in the ReadMe file located in the KODAK DC200/DC210 Folder. Computer Monitor Problem The image on your monitor is jagged or inappropriately colored.
  • Page 70 Chap1newBook Page 4 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Windows-DC200/DC210 Camera Communications Problem Computer cannot communicate with the camera. Cause Solution Some Advanced See the Power Power Management Management section utilities on laptops can of your laptop’s user turn off ports to save guide to disable this battery life.
  • Page 71 Chap1newBook Page 5 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM DC200/DC210 Camera Problem Ready light does not turn on and the camera does not work. Shutter button does not work. Camera does not turn on. Cause Solution Batteries are low or Replace the batteries.
  • Page 72 Chap1newBook Page 6 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM DC200/DC210 Camera Problem Part of the picture is missing. Picture is too dark. Picture is too light. Stored pictures are damaged. Cause Solution Something was Keep hands, fingers, blocking the lens or other objects away when the picture was from the lens when...
  • Page 73 Chap1newBook Page 7 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM DC200/DC210 Camera Problem Pictures remaining number does not decrease. Picture is not clear. LCD Messages Message Memory Card is Full. Cause Solution The image resolution The camera is does not take up operating normally.
  • Page 74 Chap1newBook Page 8 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM LCD Messages Message No Memory Card. Cannot read memory card. Cannot establish connection. Camera needs service. Cause Solution There is no memory Insert a memory card card inserted in the into the camera. camera.
  • Page 75: Where To

    Contact Kodak via: World Wide Web—http://www.kodak.com America Online—(keyword) KODAK CompuServe—GO KODAK Kodak Internet listserver—photo-cd@info.kodak.com; or ftp.kodak.com Faxed Information Kodak offers automated support for digital imaging products and services. Product information can be faxed to you by calling: U.S.—1-800-295-5531 Canada—1-800-295-5531 Europe—44-131-458-6962 U.K.—44-0-131-458-6962...
  • Page 76: Customer Support

    Chap1newBook Page 2 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Customer Support If you have questions concerning the operation of Kodak software, or the DC200/ DC210, you may speak directly to a customer support representative. Have the camera connected to your computer, its serial number ready, and be at your computer when you call.
  • Page 77 Chap1newBook Page 3 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Country Hungary India Ireland Italy Japan Korea Latin America Lebanon Malaysia Mexico Middle East Netherlands New Zealand Norway Panama Peru Philippines Portugal Russia Singapore South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Thailand Turkey U.K.
  • Page 78 Chap1newBook Page 4 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM...
  • Page 79: Warranty & Regulatory Information

    If the equipment does not function properly during the warranty period due to defects in either materials or workmanship, Kodak will, at its option, either repair or replace the equipment without charge, subject to the conditions and limitations stated herein.
  • Page 80: Limitations

    MISUSE, ABUSE; FAILURE TO FOLLOW KODAK'S OPERATING, MAINTENANCE OR REPACKAGING INSTRUCTIONS; OR FAILURE TO USE ITEMS SUPPLIED BY KODAK (SUCH AS ADAPTERS AND CABLES). KODAK MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OR OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE FOR THIS EQUIPMENT OR SOFTWARE.
  • Page 81: Application Support

    If the original packaging has been discarded or is not available, packing will be at the owner's expense. Unless a specific Kodak warranty is communicated to the purchaser in writing by a Kodak company, no other warranty or liability exists beyond the information contained above, even though defect, damage or loss may be caused by negligence or other act.
  • Page 82: Regulatory Information

    Chap1newBook Page 4 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Regulatory Information FCC Compliance and Advisory This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject 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.
  • Page 83 Chap1newBook Page 1 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM About, Viewing the 4-13 Adjusting Camera Settings Using Mounter Software 7-6 Adjusting Port and Port Speed Using TWAIN Software 8-5 With Camera Attached to the Computer 7-8 Adjusting the Exposure 2-4 Auto Flash 2-9 Auto Red-Eye Flash 2-9 Batteries...
  • Page 84 Chap1newBook Page 2 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Using an Infrared Sensor 6-1 Dark Pictures 2-4 Date Stamp, Setting the 4-5 Date, Setting the 4-8 DC200/DC210 Connecting to a Computer 6-1 Getting Help or Information 10-1 10-2 Installing Software 5-1 Mounter Software 7-1 Package Contents 1-2 Parts 1-3...
  • Page 85 Chap1newBook Page 3 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM JPEG File Format 4-6 Kodak Contacting 10-1 Getting Help From 10-2 Language, Setting the 4-12 Launching TWAIN Software 8-2 LCD Messages 9-7 LCD Screen Brightness 4-9 Light Pictures 2-4 Magnify Icon 3-1...
  • Page 86 Chap1newBook Page 4 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Printing Screen and Print Colors Do Not Match 9-2 Tips 9-2 Problems See Troubleshooting Quality See Picture Quality Quickview Option 4-7 Regulatory Information warranty4 Removing a Memory Card 2-7 Requirements for Installing Software Requirements, System 5-1 Resolution 2-10 Setting 4-3...
  • Page 87 Chap1newBook Page 5 Friday, February 5, 1999 7:02 AM Transferring Picture Files to a Computer 7-2 Transferring Pictures Using TWAIN Software 8-3 Troubleshooting 9-1 DC200/DC210 Problems 9-5 LCD Messages 9-7 Memory Card Problems 9-3 Monitor Problems 9-3 Screen and Print Colors Do Not Match 9-2 The Camera and Computer Cannot Communicate 9-...

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