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• The EX-S20/EX-M20 user documentation available here has been divided among a number of files in order to facilitate down-
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Unpacking .................................................................... 2
Features ....................................................................... 9
Precautions ................................................................. 11
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First, charge the battery! ............................................ 16
To record an image .................................................... 18
To view a recorded image .......................................... 18
To delete an image ..................................................... 19
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About This Manual ..................................................... 20
General Guide ............................................................ 21
Monitor Screen Contents ........................................... 23
Indicator Lamps .......................................................... 25
Attaching the Strap .................................................... 26
Power Requirements ................................................. 26
Using the On-screen Menus ...................................... 37
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Recording an Image ................................................... 43
Using Zoom ................................................................ 46
Using the Flash .......................................................... 47
Recording Macro Images ........................................... 50
Using the Self-timer ................................................... 51
Specifying Image Size and Quality ............................ 52
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    EX-S20/EX-M20 User Documentation Files • The EX-S20/EX-M20 user documentation available here has been divided among a number of files in order to facilitate down- loading. You can download the entire manual, or you can save time by using the table of contents below to find specific informa- tion and then download only the files you need.

  • Page 2

    File 4 (File name : exs20_m20_e_4.pdf) Using the Camera with a Macintosh Computer ..136 USB Connection Precautions Operations You Can Perform from Your Computer ... 140 FILE MANAGEMENT Using a Memory Card to Transfer Images to a Computer ............141 Folders ...............

  • Page 3: Digital Camera

    Digital Camera EX-S20/EX-M20 User’s Guide Thank you for purchasing this CASIO Product. • Before using it, be sure to read the precautions contained in this User’s Guide. • Keep the User’s Guide in a safe place for future reference. EX-M20 •...

  • Page 4: Iintroduction

    INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION Unpacking Check to make sure that all of the items shown below are included with your camera. If something is missing, contact your dealer as soon as possible. EX-M20 Rechargeable lithium ion battery Special AC Adaptor Camera (NP-20) USB Cradle (CA-23) (AD-C51G) * The shape of the AC...

  • Page 5

    INTRODUCTION GETTING READY Contents About This Manual ............. 20 INTRODUCTION General Guide ............21 Camera USB Cradle Unpacking ..............2 Monitor Screen Contents ........... 23 Features ............... 9 REC mode Precautions ..............11 PLAY mode General Precautions Changing the Contents of the Monitor Screen Data Error Precautions Indicator Lamps ............

  • Page 6

    INTRODUCTION BASIC IMAGE RECORDING Using the Movie Mode ..........66 Recording Audio (EX-M20 Only) ....... 67 Recording an Image ........... 43 Adding Audio to a Snapshot Aiming the Camera Recording Your Voice Recording an lmage Using the Histogram ..........70 About the REC Mode Monitor Screen Recording Precautions REC Mode Camera Settings ........

  • Page 7

    INTRODUCTION Playing a Slide Show ..........87 PRINT Image Matching II ..........104 To specify the slideshow images Exif Print ..............104 To specify the slideshow time Using USB DIRECT-PRINT ........105 To set the slideshow interval Using the Photo Stand Feature Using the FAVORITE Folder ........

  • Page 8

    INTRODUCTION Using World Time ............. 120 Memory Data ............142 To display the World Time screen DCF Protocol To configure World Time settings Memory Directory Structure To configure summer time (DST) settings Image Files Supported by the Camera Built-in Memory and Memory Card Precautions Changing the Display Language ......

  • Page 9

    INTRODUCTION PLAYING AN AUDIO FILE (EX-M20 Only) APPENDIX Transferring Audio Files to the Camera ....159 Menu Reference ............173 Preparing the Camera for Audio Player Operation ... 160 Indicator Lamp Reference ........175 Camera Indicator Lamps Using the Camera as an Audio Player ....161 USB Cradle Indicator Lamps General Guide Troubleshooting Guide ..........

  • Page 10

    • Photo Loader and Photohands are the property of M20. CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. Except as stipulated • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. shall not be held above, all copyrights and other related rights to these liable for any damages or losses suffered by you or applications revert to CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.

  • Page 11: Features

    INTRODUCTION • Easy Image Transfer Features Transfer images to a computer simply by placing the • 2.0 million Effective Pixels camera onto the USB cradle. A high-resolution megapixel CCD provides 2.0 million • Photo Stand feature effective pixels (2.11 million total pixels) for images that A slideshow of images in file memory can be played while print beautifully.

  • Page 12

    INTRODUCTION • Real-time histogram • DCF Data Storage An on-screen histogram lets you adjust exposure as you DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) data storage view the effect on overall image brightness, which makes protocol provides image inter-compatibility between the shooting under difficult lighting conditions easier than digital camera and printers.

  • Page 13: Precautions

    Always leave • Selectable Sound Settings maintenance and repair work up to a CASIO authorized You can configure different sounds to play whenever you service center. turn on the camera, press the shutter release button, or •...

  • Page 14

    AC adaptor power cord from the sure to always keep backup copies of data by transferring power outlet, and contact your dealer or nearest CASIO them to personal computer memory. authorized service center. Using the camera under these •...

  • Page 15: Data Error Precautions

    INTRODUCTION Data Error Precautions Operating conditions • Your digital camera is manufactured using precision • This camera is designed for use in temperatures ranging digital components. Any of the following creates the risk from 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F). of corruption of data in file memory.

  • Page 16: Condensation

    INTRODUCTION Condensation Lens • When you bring the camera indoors on a cold day or • Never apply too much force when cleaning the surface of otherwise expose it to a sudden change of temperature, the lens. Doing so can scratch the lens surface and cause there is the possibility that condensation can form on the malfunction.

  • Page 17: Other

    INTRODUCTION Other • Take care never to sit down with the camera in the pocket of your slacks or otherwise subject the camera to severe stress. Doing so can crack the LCD monitor screen. • The camera may become slightly warm during use. This does not indicate malfunction.

  • Page 18: Quick Start Guide

    QUICK START GUIDE QUICK START GUIDE First, charge the battery! Load the battery (page 26). Place the camera onto the USB cradle to charge the battery (page 28). • It takes about two hours to achieve a full charge.

  • Page 19: To Configure Display Language And Clock Settings

    QUICK START GUIDE To configure display language and clock settings IMPORTANT! • Be sure to configure the following settings Press the power button to turn on the camera. before using the camera to record images (See page 40 for details). Press [ ], [ ], [ ], and [ ] to select the language you want.

  • Page 20: To Record An Image

    QUICK START GUIDE To record an image To view a recorded image (See page 44 for details.) (See page 78 for details.) Press the power button to turn on the Press the power button to turn on the camera. camera. Align the mode selector with “...

  • Page 21: To Delete An Image

    QUICK START GUIDE To delete an image (See page 97 for details.) 3, 4, 5, 6 Press the power button to turn on the camera. Align the mode selector with “ ” (PLAY). Press [ ] ( Use [ ] and [ ] to display the image you want to delete. Use [ ] and [ ] to select “Delete”.

  • Page 22: Getting Ready

    • A MultiMediaCard loaded in the camera camera is currently storing images you record (page 44) For more information about how the camera stores images, “battery” The NP-20 Rechargeable see page 99. Lithium Ion Battery “optional charger unit” The optionally available CASIO BC-10L Charger Unit...

  • Page 23: General Guide

    GETTING READY General Guide The following illustrations show the names of each component, button, and switch on the camera. • All the illustrations in this manual show the EX-M20. See the text that accompanies the illustrations for information about how the EX-S20 and EX-M20 differ from each other.

  • Page 24: Usb Cradle

    Speaker (EX-M20 only) [CHARGE] lamp Connector Memory card slot I Back USB Cradle Simply placing your CASIO digital camera onto the USB cradle lets you perform the following tasks. [DC IN 5.3V] (AC adaptor connector) • Battery charging (page 28) [USB] •...

  • Page 25: Monitor Screen Contents

    GETTING READY Monitor Screen Contents The monitor screen uses various indicators and icons to keep you informed of the camera’s status. REC mode Flash Mode indicator Self-timer Image size None Auto None 1-Image 1600 1200 pixels 1600 1072 pixels Flash Off Self-timer 10 sec 1280 960 pixels...

  • Page 26: Play Mode

    GETTING READY PLAY mode PLAY mode file type Quality FINE Snapshot NORMAL Movie ECONOMY Snapshot Audio Built-in memory selected for data (EX-M20 only) storage. Voice Recording Memory card selected for data storage. (EX-M20 only) Date and time Image protection indicator Battery capacity Folder number/File number Image size...

  • Page 27: Changing The Contents Of The Monitor Screen Indicator Lamps

    GETTING READY Changing the Contents of the Monitor Indicator Lamps Screen You can find out the operational status of the camera and the USB cradle at a glance by checking the color of the Each press of the [DISP] button changes the contents of indicator lamps, and whether a lamp is lit or flashing.

  • Page 28: Attaching The Strap

    GETTING READY Attaching the Strap Power Requirements Attach the strap to the strap bar as shown in the illustration. Your camera is powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery (NP-20). To load the battery Pressing the battery cover on the side of the camera, slide it in the direction indicated by mark and then swing it open.

  • Page 29

    GETTING READY Align the arrow mark on the battery with the IMPORTANT! arrow mark on the camera as shown in the • Use only the special NP-20 rechargeable lithium ion illustration, and slide the battery into the battery to power this camera. Use of any other type battery compartment.

  • Page 30: To Charge The Battery

    GETTING READY To charge the battery Turn off the camera. Set the camera onto Connect the AC power cord to the bundled the USB cradle. AC adaptor. • Do not place the camera onto the USB Plug the other end of the AC power cord into cradle while it is turned a household power outlet.

  • Page 31

    GETTING READY IMPORTANT! • If the [CHARGE] lamp starts flashing red, it means that an error occurs while charging. An error can be • It takes about two hours to achieve a full charge. caused by any of the following: a problem with the Actual charging time depends on current battery USB cradle, a problem with the camera, or a problem capacity and charging conditions.

  • Page 32

    • If the same symptoms occur again when you place • Temperature: 23°C (73°F) the camera on the USB cradle after taking the above • Monitor screen: On steps, contact a CASIO authorized service center. • Flash: Off • Image recorded about every 10 seconds...

  • Page 33: Low Battery Indicator

    GETTING READY *2 Normal Recording Conditions I Tip to Make the Battery Last Longer • Temperature: 23°C (73°F) • If you do not need the flash while recording, select • Monitor screen: On (flash off) for the flash mode. See page 47 for more •...

  • Page 34: Power Supply Precautions

    NOTES charger unit. — Never carry or store the battery together with items • The term “battery” in this manual refers to the CASIO that can conduct electricity (necklaces, pencil lead, NP-20 Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery. etc.) •...

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    • Should you ever notice leakage, strange odor, heat G PRECAUTIONS DURING USE generation, discoloration, deformation, or any other • The battery is designed for use with this CASIO digital abnormal condition while using, charging, or storing a camera only.

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    Doing so creates the danger of fire and electric shock. • Should the cord of the AC adaptor become damaged (exposed internal wiring), request a replacement from a CASIO authorized service center. A damaged AC adaptor cord creates the danger of fire or electric shock.

  • Page 37: Turning The Camera On And Off

    GETTING READY Turning the Camera On and Off • Use the AC adaptor where it will not be splashed with water. Water creates the risk of Press the power button to turn the fire and electric shock. camera on and off. •...

  • Page 38: Auto Power Off (apo)

    GETTING READY Auto Power Off (APO) Use [ ] and [ ] to change the currently selected setting, and then press [SET]. Auto Power Off (APO) automatically turns off the camera when you do not perform any operation for a certain To do this: Select this setting: amount of time.

  • Page 39: Using The On-screen Menus

    GETTING READY Press [MENU]. Using the On-screen Menus [MENU] Pressing [MENU] displays menus on the monitor screen that you can use to perform various operations. The menu that appears depends on whether you are in the REC mode or the PLAY mode. The following shows an example MENU menu procedure in the REC mode.

  • Page 40

    GETTING READY G Menu Screen Operations Press [ ] or [ ] to select the tab you want, and then press [SET] to move the selection When you want to do this: Do this: cursor from the tab to the settings. Move between tabs Press [ ] and [ ].

  • Page 41: Configuring Display Language And Clock Settings

    GETTING READY Perform one of the following operations to Configuring Display Language and Clock apply the setting you configured. Settings Be sure to configure the following settings before using the To do this: Perform this key operation: camera to record images. Apply the setting and exit Press [SET].

  • Page 42: To Configure Display Language And Clock Settings

    GETTING READY To configure display language and clock IMPORTANT! • The camera’s clock settings are cleared whenever settings power is totally cut off. This can happen if the battery goes dead while the camera is not being supplied Press the power button to turn on the camera. power by the USB cradle.

  • Page 43

    GETTING READY Use [ ], [ ], [ ], and Use [ ] and [ ] to [ ] to select the change the date format geographical area setting, and then press where you live, and [SET]. then press [SET]. Use [ ] and [ ] to Example: December 24, 2003 select the name of the...

  • Page 44

    GETTING READY Set the current date and the time. To do this: Do this: Change the setting at the current Press [ ] and [ ]. cursor location Move the cursor between settings Press [ ] and [ ]. Toggle between 12-hour and 24- Press [DISP].

  • Page 45: Basic Image Recording

    BASIC IMAGE RECORDING BASIC IMAGE RECORDING This section describes the basic procedure for recording an IMPORTANT! image. • Make sure your fingers or the strap does not block the flash or lens. Flash Recording an Image Lens Aiming the Camera Use both hands to hold the camera still when shooting an image.

  • Page 46: Recording An Lmage

    BASIC IMAGE RECORDING Recording an lmage Compose the image 1600 1600 1200 1200 on the monitor NORMAL NORMAL Your camera automatically adjusts shutter speed in screen. accordance with the brightness of the subject. Images you record are stored in the camera’s built-in memory, or to a •...

  • Page 47: About The Rec Mode Monitor Screen

    BASIC IMAGE RECORDING About the REC Mode Monitor Screen Recording Precautions • The image shown on the monitor screen in the REC • Never open the battery cover or place the camera onto mode is a simplified image for composing purposes. The the USB cradle while the operation/flash charge lamp is actual image is recorded in accordance with the image flashing.

  • Page 48: Using Zoom

    BASIC IMAGE RECORDING In the REC mode, use [ ] and [ ] to change Using Zoom the digital zoom factor. You can use the digital zoom feature of your camera to [ ] : Zoom in. zoom in on the center of an image. Performing a zoom [ ] : Zoom out.

  • Page 49: Using The Flash

    BASIC IMAGE RECORDING IMPORTANT! Using the Flash • Zoom is disabled whenever the monitor screen is Perform the following steps to select the flash mode you turned off (page 25). want to use. • Using digital zoom can cause degradation of the recorded image.

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    BASIC IMAGE RECORDING Record the image. I About Red-eye Reduction Using the flash to record at night or in a dimly lit room can cause red spots inside the eyes of people who are in the IMPORTANT! image. This is caused when the light from the flash reflects •...

  • Page 51: Flash Precautions

    BASIC IMAGE RECORDING Flash Precautions • The flash unit may not be able to charge when battery power is low. Low battery power is indicated by the Take care that your fingers do not block the flash when you the monitor screen, and when the flash fails to fire hold the camera.

  • Page 52: Recording Macro Images

    BASIC IMAGE RECORDING IMPORTANT! Recording Macro Images • Selecting the macro mode causes the indicator You can select either normal or macro (close-up) recording to appear on the monitor screen. using the selector located on the left side of the camera. •...

  • Page 53: Using The Self-timer

    BASIC IMAGE RECORDING Using the Self-timer To do this: Select this setting: Specify a 10-second self-timer 10 sec The self-timer lets you select either a 2-second or 10- Specify a 2-second self-timer 2 sec second delay of the shutter release after you press the Specify Triple Self-timer shutter release button.

  • Page 54: Specifying Image Size And Quality

    BASIC IMAGE RECORDING Record the image. Specifying Image Size and Quality • When you press the You can specify the image size and image quality to suit shutter release button, the type of image you are recording. the self-timer lamp flashes and the shutter releases after the self- To specify the image size...

  • Page 55: To Specify Image Quality

    BASIC IMAGE RECORDING To specify image quality NOTES • If you plan to make large prints of your images or otherwise use them in applications where high- In the REC mode, press [MENU]. resolution is your top priority, select the “1600 x 1200”...

  • Page 56

    BASIC IMAGE RECORDING NOTE • Use the “Fine” setting when image quality is your top priority and file size is secondary. Conversely, use the “Economy” setting when file size is your top priority and image quality is secondary. IMPORTANT! • Actual file size depends on the type of image you record.

  • Page 57: Other Recording Functions

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS This chapter describes the other powerful features and Use [ ] and [ ] to functions that are available for recording. change the exposure compensation value, and then press [SET]. Exposure Compensation (EV Shift) •...

  • Page 58: Adjusting White Balance

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS • To cancel EV Shift, adjust the value until it becomes Adjusting White Balance 0.0. The wavelengths of the light produced by various light Record the image. sources (sunlight, light bulb, etc.) can affect the color of a subject when it is recorded.

  • Page 59: Adjusting White Balance Manually

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS Adjusting White Balance Manually Use [ ] and [ ] to select the setting you want, and then press [SET]. Under some light sources, automatic white balance under the “Auto” setting can take a long time to complete. Also, When shooting under these conditions: Select this setting: the auto white balance range (color temperature range) is...

  • Page 60: Using The Bestshot Mode

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS Point the camera at a white piece of paper or Using the BESTSHOT Mode similar object under the lighting conditions Selecting one of the 15 BESTSHOT scenes automatically for which you want to set the white balance, sets up the camera for recording a similar type of image.

  • Page 61

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS In the REC mode, press [MENU]. IMPORTANT! • Sample scene number 4 is Coupling Shot scene Select the “REC” tab, select “REC Mode”, and (page 62). Sample scene number 5 is a Pre-shot then press [ ]. scene (page 64).

  • Page 62: Creating Your Own Bestshot Setup

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS Creating Your Own BESTSHOT Setup Use [ ] and [ ] to display the image You can use the procedure below to save the setup of an whose setup you image you recorded for later recall when you need it again. want to register as a Recalling a setup you save automatically sets up the BESTSHOT scene.

  • Page 63

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS IMPORTANT! I To delete a BESTSHOT user setup • BESTSHOT user setups are located in the camera’s built-in memory after the built-in sample scenes. In the REC mode, press [MENU]. • Note that formatting the built-in memory (page 123) deletes all BESTSHOT user setups.

  • Page 64: Combining Shots Of Two People Into A Single Image (coupling Shot)

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS Combining Shots of Two People into a Single Image (Coupling Shot) • Combined The Coupling Shot mode lets you record images of two Images people and combine them into a single image. This makes it possible for you to include yourself in group images, even when there is no one else around to record the image for you.

  • Page 65

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS Use the monitor Next, use the monitor screen to compose screen to compose and record the left the right side of the side of the image. image, taking care to align the actual • The exposure, white background with the balance, zoom, and semi-transparent...

  • Page 66: Recording A Subject Onto An Existing Background Image (pre-shot)

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS • Freeze the background on Recording a Subject onto an Existing the monitor screen. Background Image (Pre-shot) Pre-shot helps you get the background you want, even if you need to ask someone else to record the image for you. Basically, Pre-shot is a two-step process.

  • Page 67

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS In the REC mode, press [MENU]. Next, use the monitor screen to compose Select the “REC” tab, select “REC Mode”, and the subject with the then press [ ]. semi-transparent background shown Use [ ] and [ ] to select “ BESTSHOT”, on the monitor and then press [SET].

  • Page 68: Using The Movie Mode

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS Use [ ] and [ ] to Remaining capacity Using the Movie Mode select “ Movie”, You can record movies up to 60 seconds long. The EX- and then press [SET]. M20 even lets you record audio along with your movies. •...

  • Page 69: Recording Audio (ex-m20 Only)

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS IMPORTANT! Recording Audio (EX-M20 Only) • The flash does not fire in the Movie mode. • The EX-M20 also records audio. Note the following Adding Audio to a Snapshot points when recording a movie. You can add audio to a snapshot after you record it. —...

  • Page 70

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS In the REC mode, press [MENU]. Press the shutter release button to start audio recording. Select the “REC” tab, select “REC Mode”, and • The operation/flash charge lamp flashes green as then press [ ]. recording is performed. •...

  • Page 71: Recording Your Voice

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS Recording Your Voice Press the shutter release button to start voice recording. The Voice Recording Mode provides quick and easy • The remaining recording time value counts down on recording of your voice. the monitor screen and the operation/flash charge lamp flashes green as recording is performed.

  • Page 72: Using The Histogram

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS I Audio Recording Precautions Using the Histogram • Keep the microphone on the You can use the [DISP] button to display a histogram on front of the camera pointed the monitor screen. The histogram lets you check exposure at the subject.

  • Page 73

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS • When the histogram is too far IMPORTANT! to the left, it means that there • Note that the above histograms are shown for are too many dark pixels. illustrative purposes only. You may not be able to This type of histogram results achieve exactly the same shapes for particular when the overall image is...

  • Page 74: Rec Mode Camera Settings

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS IMPORTANT! REC Mode Camera Settings • Increasing ISO sensitivity can cause static to appear inside an image. Select the ISO sensitivity setting Specifying ISO Sensitivity that suits your shooting needs. Use the following procedure to select the ISO sensitivity •...

  • Page 75: Turning The On-screen Grid On And Off

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS Turning the On-screen Grid On and Off Turning Image Review On and Off You can display gridlines on the monitor screen to help you Image review displays an image on the monitor screen as compose images and ensure that the camera is straight soon as you record it.

  • Page 76: Assigning Functions To The [ ] And [ ] Keys

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS Assigning Functions to the [ ] and [ ] When you want to assign this function to Select this: [ ] and [ ] keys: Keys Recording mode A “key customization” feature lets you configure the [ ] •...

  • Page 77: Assigning Functions To The [ ] And [ ] Keys

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS Assigning Functions to the [ ] and [ ] When you want to assign this function to Select this: [ ] and [ ] keys: Keys Recording mode A “key customization” feature lets you configure the [ ] •...

  • Page 78: Specifying Power On Default Settings

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS Specifying Power On Default Settings In the REC mode, press [MENU]. The camera’s “mode memory” feature lets you specify the Select the “Memory” tab, select the item you power on default settings individually for the REC mode, want to change, and then press [ ].

  • Page 79: Resetting The Camera

    OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS Resetting the Camera Use the following procedure to reset all of the camera’s settings to their initial defaults as shown under “Menu Reference” on page 173. In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press [MENU]. Select the “Set Up” tab, select “Reset”, and then press [ ].

  • Page 80: Playback

    PLAYBACK PLAYBACK You can use the camera’s built-in monitor screen to view Use [ ] (forward) or [ ] (back) to scroll images after you record them. through files on the monitor screen. Basic Playback Operation Use the following procedure to scroll through files stored in the camera’s memory.

  • Page 81: Playing An Audio Snapshot (ex-m20 Only)

    PLAYBACK Playing an Audio Snapshot (EX-M20 Only) IMPORTANT! • Audio volume can be adjusted only when playback is Perform the steps below to display an audio snapshot being performed or is paused. (indicated by a indicator) and play its audio. •...

  • Page 82: Flipping The Display

    PLAYBACK In the PLAY mode, use [ ] and [ ] to scroll Flipping the Display through images on the monitor screen and The following procedure flips the image 180 degrees. This display the one you want. comes in handy when you want to show someone standing in front of you an image on the monitor screen.

  • Page 83: Zooming The Display Image

    PLAYBACK To scroll the image Zooming the Display Image on the display, press Perform the following procedure to zoom the image [SET], and then press currently on the monitor screen up to four times its normal [ ], [ ], [ ], or [ ]. size.

  • Page 84: Resizing An Image

    PLAYBACK Use [ ] and [ ] to select the setting you Resizing an Image want, and then press [SET]. You can use the following procedure to change a snapshot image to either SXGA size (1280 x 960 pixels) or VGA size To do this: Select this: (640 x 480 pixels).

  • Page 85: Cropping An Image

    PLAYBACK When the cropping Cropping an Image boundary is the size Use the following procedure when you want to crop a you want, press [DISP] portion of an enlarged image and use the remaining part of to lock it. the image as an e-mail attachment, Web page image, etc. •...

  • Page 86: Playing A Movie

    PLAYBACK IMPORTANT! Playing a Movie • Cropping an image creates a new file that contains Use the following procedure to play back a movie that was the cropped image. The file with the original image recorded in the movie mode. also remains in memory.

  • Page 87

    PLAYBACK • You can perform the following operations while a IMPORTANT! movie is playing. • You cannot repeat play a movie. To play a movie more than once, repeat the steps of the above To do this: Do this: procedure. Fast forward or fast reverse Hold down [ ] or •...

  • Page 88: Displaying The Calendar Screen

    PLAYBACK • Pressing [ ] while the date selection cursor is Displaying the Calendar Screen located anywhere in the top line of the calendar Use the following procedure to display a 1-month calendar. causes the previous month to appear. While the calendar is on the display, you can select a date, •...

  • Page 89: Playing A Slide Show

    PLAYBACK Configure the slideshow settings. Playing a Slide Show • See the pages indicated below for more information. Slide Show automatically plays back images in sequence at a fixed interval. For information about Go here: configuring this setting: “To specify the slideshow Images images”...

  • Page 90: To Specify The Slideshow Images

    PLAYBACK To specify the slideshow images IMPORTANT! • Note that all buttons are disabled while an image change is in progress. Wait until an image is stopped Use [ ] and [ ] to select “Images”, and then on the monitor screen before performing a button press [ ].

  • Page 91: To Specify The Slideshow Time

    PLAYBACK To specify the slideshow time I Selecting a Particular Image for a Slideshow When you select “One image” as the slideshow type, the slide show displays only one image, without changing it. Use [ ] and [ ] to select “Time”. Use this setting when you want a particular image to remain on the display while the camera is on the USB Use [ ] and [ ] to specify the time setting...

  • Page 92: To Set The Slideshow Interval

    PLAYBACK To set the slideshow interval Using the Photo Stand Feature The “Photo Stand” feature lets you specify what should Use [ ] and [ ] to select “Interval”. appear on the camera’s monitor screen while the camera is on its USB cradle. You can play a Phot Stand slideshow Use [ ] and [ ] to specify the interval setting without worrying about remaining battery power, or you can you want, and then press [SET].

  • Page 93: Rotating The Display Image

    PLAYBACK • Pressing [MENU] displays a screen for configuring Rotating the Display Image slideshow settings. To restart the slideshow, press Use the following procedure to rotate the image 90 degrees [MENU] while the menu screen is displayed, or and register the rotation information along with the image. select “Start”...

  • Page 94: Using Image Roulette

    PLAYBACK Use [ ] and [ ] to Using Image Roulette select “Rotate”, and Image Roulette cycles images like a slot machine on the then press [SET]. display, before stopping at one of them. When you start an • This rotates the image Image Roulette operation, images scroll randomly on the 90 degrees to the right.

  • Page 95: Adding Audio To A Snapshot (ex-m20 Only)

    PLAYBACK IMPORTANT! Adding Audio to a Snapshot (EX-M20 Only) • Image Roulette does not play movie files or display The “after-recording” feature lets you add audio to voice recording images (EX-M20 only). snapshots after they are recorded. You can also re-record •...

  • Page 96: To Re-record Audio

    PLAYBACK To re-record audio In the PLAY mode, use [ ] and [ ] to scroll through snapshots until the one to which you want to add audio is displayed. In the PLAY mode, use [ ] and [ ] to scroll through snapshots until the one whose audio Press [MENU].

  • Page 97: Playing Back A Voice Recording File (ex-m20 Only)

    PLAYBACK IMPORTANT! Playing Back a Voice Recording File (EX-M20 Only) • Keep the microphone on the front of the camera pointed at Perform the following steps to play back a voice recording the subject. file. • Take care that you do not block the microphone with In the PLAY mode, use [ ] and [ ] to display your fingers.

  • Page 98

    PLAYBACK IMPORTANT! • Audio volume can be adjusted only when playback is being performed or is paused. • If your recording has index marks (page 69) inside it, you can jump to the index mark before or after the current playback location by pausing playback and then pressing [ ] or [ ].

  • Page 99: Deleting Files

    DELETING FILES DELETING FILES You can delete a single file, or you can delete all files Deleting a Single File currently in memory. Perform the following steps when you want to delete a single file. IMPORTANT! • Note that file deletion cannot be undone. Once you In the PLAY mode, delete a file, it is gone.

  • Page 100: Deleting All Files

    DELETING FILES IMPORTANT! Deleting All Files • If a file cannot be deleted for some reason, the The following procedure deletes all unprotected files message “This function is not supported for this file.” currently in memory. appears when you try to delete it. In the PLAY mode, press [ ] ( Use [ ] and [ ] to select “All Files Delete”, and then press [SET].

  • Page 101: File Management

    FILE MANAGEMENT FILE MANAGEMENT The file management capabilities of the camera make it Each folder can hold files numbered up to 9,999. easy to keep track of images. You can protect files against Trying to store the 10,000th file in a folder causes the next deletion, and even use its DPOF feature to specify images serially numbered folder to be created.

  • Page 102: Protecting Files

    FILE MANAGEMENT Use [ ] and [ ] to Protecting Files select “On”, and then Once you protect a file it cannot be deleted (page 97). You press [SET]. can protect files individually or you can protect all files in •...

  • Page 103: To Protect All Files In Memory

    FILE MANAGEMENT To protect all files in memory DPOF The letters “DPOF” stand for “Digital Print In the PLAY mode, press [MENU]. Order Format”, which is a format for recording on a memory card or other medium Select the “PLAY” tab, select “Protect”, and which digital camera images should be then press [ ].

  • Page 104: To Configure Print Settings For A Single Image

    FILE MANAGEMENT To configure print settings for a single Use [ ] and [ ] to specify the number of copies. image • You can specify up to 99 for the number of copies. Specify 00 if you do not want to have the image In the PLAY mode, press [MENU].

  • Page 105: To Configure Print Settings For All Images

    FILE MANAGEMENT To configure print settings for all images To turn on date stamping for the prints, press [DISP] so is displayed. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU]. • To turn off date stamping for the prints, press [DISP] is not displayed. Select the “PLAY”...

  • Page 106: Print Image Matching Ii

    FILE MANAGEMENT PRINT Image Matching II Exif Print Images include PRINT Image Matching Exif Print is an data (mode setting and other camera internationally supported, setup information). A printer that open standard file format supports PRINT Image Matching that makes it possible to reads this data and adjusts the printed capture and display vibrant image accordingly, so your images...

  • Page 107: Using Usb Direct-print

    FILE MANAGEMENT Use the DPOF procedure on page 101 to Using USB DIRECT-PRINT specify the images in file memory that you want to print. Your camera supports USB DIRECT-PRINT, which was Use the USB cable that comes with the developed by Seiko Epson camera to connect the USB cradle to a printer.

  • Page 108

    FILE MANAGEMENT Press the USB cradle IMPORTANT! [USB] button. • See the documentation that comes with your printer for information about print quality and paper settings. • This displays the print • Contact your printer manufacturer for information menu on the camera’s about models that support USB DIRECT-PRINT, monitor screen.

  • Page 109: Using The Favorite Folder

    FILE MANAGEMENT Use [ ] and [ ] to Using the FAVORITE Folder select “Save”, and You can copy scenery shots, photos of your family, or other then press [SET]. special images from a file storage folder (page 142) to the •...

  • Page 110: To Display A File In The Favorite Folder

    FILE MANAGEMENT To display a file in the FAVORITE folder NOTES • Copying an image file with the above procedure creates a 320 x 240-pixel QVGA-size image in the In the PLAY mode, press [MENU]. FAVORITE folder. • A file copied into the FAVORITE folder is Select the “PLAY”...

  • Page 111: To Delete A File From The Favorite Folder

    FILE MANAGEMENT To delete a file from the FAVORITE NOTE • Holding down [ ] or [ ] scrolls images at high folder speed. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU]. IMPORTANT! Select the “PLAY” tab, select “Favorites”, and • Note that a FAVORITE folder is created in the then press [ ].

  • Page 112: To Delete All Files From The Favorite Folder

    FILE MANAGEMENT To delete all files from the FAVORITE IMPORTANT! • You cannot use the delete operations on page 97 to folder delete images from the FAVORITE folder. Performing the memory format operation (page 123), In the PLAY mode, press [MENU]. however, does delete FAVORITE folder files.

  • Page 113: Other Settings

    OTHER SETTINGS OTHER SETTINGS Turning the Key Tone On and Off (EX-S20) Configuring Sound Settings (EX-M20) Use the following procedure to turn the tone that sounds With the EX-M20, you can configure separate sounds for when you press a key on and off. startup, shutter release, and key operations.

  • Page 114: To Set The Volume Level

    OTHER SETTINGS To set the volume level Use [ ] and [ ] to change the setting, and then press [SET]. In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press To do this: Select this setting: [MENU]. Select a built-in sound Sound 1 through Sound 5 Select the “Set Up”...

  • Page 115: Specifying An Image For The Startup Screen

    OTHER SETTINGS IMPORTANT! Specifying an Image for the Startup Screen • You can select any one of the following types of You can specify an image you recorded with the camera as image as the startup image. the startup screen image, which causes it to appear on the —...

  • Page 116: Configuring Power Down Image Settings

    OTHER SETTINGS Change the name of the file to one of the Configuring Power Down Image Settings following. With the Power Down Image feature, you can configure the Snapshot Image: ENDING.JPG camera so a specific image stored in camera image Movie Image: ENDING.AVI memory appears whenever you turn off power.

  • Page 117

    OTHER SETTINGS IMPORTANT! I To cancel Power Down Image settings • Only a snapshot (JPEG) or movie (AVI) file can be used as the power down image. Use the USB cable to connect the camera to • Note that the Power Down Image feature works only your computer (page 131).

  • Page 118: Specifying The File Name Serial Number Generation Method

    OTHER SETTINGS Specifying the File Name Serial Number To do this for a newly saved file: Select this setting: Generation Method Store the last file number used and increment it, regardless of whether Use the following procedure to specify the method for files are deleted or whether the Continue generating the serial number used for file names (page 99).

  • Page 119: Using The Alarm

    OTHER SETTINGS Press [DISP]. Using the Alarm • You could press [SET] in place of [DISP] if you want You can configure up to three alarms that cause the to configure the alarm without an image. camera to beep and display a specified image at the time you specify.

  • Page 120: Stopping The Alarm

    OTHER SETTINGS Stopping the Alarm Setting the Clock When an alarm time is reached while the camera is turned Use the procedures in this section to select a Home Time off, the alarm will sound for about one minute (or until you Zone, and to change its date and time settings.

  • Page 121: To Set The Current Time And Date

    OTHER SETTINGS To set the current time and date Use [ ] and [ ] to select “City”, and then press [ ]. In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press Use [ ], [ ], [ ], and [ ] to select the [MENU].

  • Page 122: Changing The Date Format

    OTHER SETTINGS Changing the Date Format Using World Time You can select from among three different formats for You can use the World Time screen to view a time zone display of the date. that is different from the home time zone when you go on a trip, etc.

  • Page 123: To Configure World Time Settings

    OTHER SETTINGS To configure World Time settings Use [ ] and [ ] to select the city you want, and then press In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press [SET]. [MENU]. • This displays the current Select the “Set Up” tab, select “World Time”, time in the city you and then press [ ].

  • Page 124: To Configure Summer Time (dst) Settings

    OTHER SETTINGS To configure summer time (DST) After the setting is the way you want, press [SET]. settings • This displays the current time in accordance with your setting. In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press [MENU]. Press [SET] again to exit the setting screen. Select the “Set Up”...

  • Page 125: Changing The Display Language

    OTHER SETTINGS Changing the Display Language Formatting Built-in Memory You can use the following procedure to select one of ten Formatting built-in memory deletes any data stored in it. languages as the display language. IMPORTANT! In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press •...

  • Page 126

    OTHER SETTINGS Select the “Set Up” tab, select “Format”, and then press [ ]. Use [ ] and [ ] to select “Format”, and then press [SET]. • To exit the format operation without formatting, select “Cancel”.

  • Page 127: Using A Memory Card

    USING A MEMORY CARD USING A MEMORY CARD You can expand the storage IMPORTANT! capabilities of your camera by using • Use only an SD memory card or a MultiMediaCard a commercially available memory with this camera. Proper operation is not guaranteed card (SD memory card or when any other type of card is used.

  • Page 128: Using A Memory Card

    USING A MEMORY CARD To remove a memory card from the Using a Memory Card camera IMPORTANT! • Make sure you turn off the camera before inserting or Press the memory card removing a memory card. into the camera and then •...

  • Page 129: Formatting A Memory Card

    Formatting a memory card on a computer and then CASIO authorized service center. using it in the camera can slow down data • Never remove a card from the camera while the processing by the camera.

  • Page 130: Memory Card Precautions

    USING A MEMORY CARD Memory Card Precautions Load the memory card into the camera. • If a memory card starts to behave abnormally, you can Turn on the camera. Next, enter the REC restore normal operation by reformatting it. However, we mode or PLAY mode and press [MENU].

  • Page 131: Copying Files

    USING A MEMORY CARD To copy all the files in built-in memory to Copying Files a memory card Use the procedures below to copy files between built-in memory and a memory card. Load the memory card into the camera. IMPORTANT! Turn on the camera.

  • Page 132: To Copy A File From A Memory Card To Built-in Memory

    USING A MEMORY CARD To copy a file from a memory card to NOTE built-in memory • Files are copied to the folder in built-in memory whose name has the largest number. With this procedure you can copy one file at a time. Perform steps 1 through 3 of the procedure under “To copy all the files in built-in memory to a memory card”.

  • Page 133: Using The Camera With A Windows Computer

    VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER After using the USB cradle to establish a USB connection Using the Camera with a Windows between the camera and your computer, you can use your Computer computer to view images in file memory and copy images The following are the general steps for viewing and copying to your computer’s hard disk or other storage media.

  • Page 134

    VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER IMPORTANT! On the menu screen that appears, click • Do not try to establish a connection between the “English”. camera and computer before installing the USB driver onto the computer. • If you want to transfer files from the camera’s built-in memory to a computer, make sure there is no memory card loaded in the camera before you place it onto the USB cradle.

  • Page 135

    VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER Connect the AC power cord to the bundled Connect the USB cable that comes bundled AC adaptor, and then plug the other end of with the camera to the USB cradle and your the AC power cord into a household power computer’s USB port.

  • Page 136

    VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER After making sure the camera is turned off, Press the USB cradle’s [USB] button. place the camera onto the USB cradle. • This will cause the “Add New Hardware...” dialog box to appear on the computer screen as the computer •...

  • Page 137

    VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER On your computer, double-click “My IMPORTANT! Computer”. • Never use your computer to edit, delete, move, or rename images stored in file memory. Doing so can Double-click “Removable Disk”. cause problems with the image management data used by the camera, which may make it impossible •...

  • Page 138: Usb Connection Precautions

    VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER USB Connection Precautions Using the Camera with a Macintosh Computer • Be sure to read the documentation that comes with your The following are the general steps for viewing and copying computer for other important information about USB connections.

  • Page 139

    VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER IMPORTANT! Connect the AC power cord to the bundled AC adaptor, and then plug the other end of • If you want to transfer files from the camera’s built-in the AC power cord into a household power memory to a computer, make sure there is no memory card loaded in the camera before you place outlet.

  • Page 140

    VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER Connect the USB cable that comes bundled After making sure the camera is turned off, with the camera to the USB cradle and your place the camera onto the USB cradle. computer’s USB port. • Do not place the camera onto the USB cradle while it is turned on.

  • Page 141

    VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER Press the USB cradle’s [USB] button. To copy all the files in file memory to your Macintosh hard disk, drag the “DCIM” folder • Pressing the [USB] button enters the USB mode, to the folder to which you want to copy it. which causes the USB cradle’s [USB] lamp to light green (page 177).

  • Page 142: Operations You Can Perform From Your Computer

    VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER USB Connection Precautions Operations You Can Perform from Your Computer • Be sure to read the documentation that comes with your The following are the operations you can perform while computer for other important information about USB connections.

  • Page 143: Using A Memory Card To Transfer Images To A Computer

    VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER Using a Memory Card to Transfer Images Using a Commercially Available SD Memory Card Reader/Writer to a Computer See the user documentation that comes with the SD The procedures in this section describe how to transfer memory card reader/writer for details about how to use it.

  • Page 144: Memory Data

    VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER Memory Directory Structure Memory Data Images recorded with this camera and other data are I Directory Structure stored in memory using DCF (Design rule for Camera File System) protocol. DCF protocol is designed to make it <¥DCIM¥>...

  • Page 145

    VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER • Audio snapshot image file (EX-M20 only) <¥AUDIO¥> (MP3 file folder)* File that contains the image part of an audio snapshot tttttttt.MP3 (MP3 file)* (File Name Extension: JPG). LASTPLAY (LASTPLAY file)* • Audio snapshot audio file (EX-M20 only) *1 These folders and files are for the EX-M20 only.

  • Page 146: Image Files Supported By The Camera

    You can Image Files Supported by the Camera change the name of the DCIM folder on your computer. • Image files recorded with the CASIO EX-S20/EX-M20 Changing the name to a date is a good way to keep track Digital Camera of multiple DCIM folders.

  • Page 147: Using The Album Feature

    USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER The album feature of the camera creates files that make it • You can use the Web browser shown below to view or possible for you to view images on your computer in a print the contents of an album.

  • Page 148: Selecting An Album Layout

    USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER Selecting an Album Layout • The PLAY mode screen reappears after creation of the album is complete. You can select from among 10 different display layouts for • Creating an album causes a file folder named an album.

  • Page 149: Configuring Detailed Album Settings

    USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER Configuring Detailed Album Settings I Background Color You can specify white, black, or gray as the color of the album background using the procedure under “Configuring In the PLAY mode, press [MENU]. Detailed Album Settings”. Select the “PLAY”...

  • Page 150

    USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER I Image Use I Auto Album Creation On/Off This setting lets you select from among three different This setting controls whether an album is created image uses, as described below. Select the image use that automatically whenever you turn off the camera.

  • Page 151: Viewing Album Files

    USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER Viewing Album Files NOTE • Depending on the number of images in memory, it You can view and print album files using your computer’s can take quite a bit of time to complete auto album Web browser application.

  • Page 152

    USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER If you created the album after selecting “Normal” type or “Index/Info” as the album type under “Configuring Detailed Album Settings” on page 147, you can click one of the following display options. Album : Displays an album created by the camera. Index : Displays a list of images stored in a folder.

  • Page 153

    USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER • The following describes the information that appears NOTES on the Info Screen. • When printing an album page, you should set up your Web browser as described below. This Info Screen item: Shows this: —...

  • Page 154: Saving An Album

    USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER Saving an Album Installing the Software from the CD-ROM • To save an album, copy the “DCIM” folder from camera About the bundled CD-ROM memory or the memory card to your computer’s hard disk, a CD-R, an MO disk, or some other storage medium.

  • Page 155: Computer System Requirements

    USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER Computer System Requirements DirectX (for Windows) This software provides an extended tool set including a Computer system requirements depend on each of the codec that allows Windows 98 and 2000 to handle movie applications, as described below. files recorded using a digital camera.

  • Page 156: Installing Software From The Cd-rom In Windows

    USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER Getting Started Installing Software from the CD-ROM in Windows Start up your computer and insert the CD-ROM into its CD- ROM drive. This will automatically launch the menu Use the procedures in this section to install the software application, which displays a menu screen on your from the bundled CD-ROM to your computer.

  • Page 157: Viewing The Contents Of The "read Me" File

    USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER Viewing the Contents of the “Read me” Installing an Application File Click the “Install” button for the application You should always read the “Read me” file for any you want to install. application before installing it. The “Read me” file contains information you need to know when installing the Follow the instructions that appear on your application.

  • Page 158: Viewing User Documentation (pdf Files)

    USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER Viewing User Documentation (PDF Files) User Registration You can perform user registration over the Internet. To do In the “Manual” area, click the name of the so, of course, you need to be able to connect to the manual you want to read.

  • Page 159: Installing Software From The Cd-rom On A Macintosh

    USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER I To install Photo Loader Installing Software from the CD-ROM on a Macintosh Open the folder named “Photo Loader”. Use the procedures in this section to install the software from the bundled CD-ROM to your computer. Open the folder named “English”, and then open the file named “Important”.

  • Page 160: Viewing User Documentation (pdf Files)

    I To register as a user Open the “Digital Camera” folder, and then Internet registration only is supported. Visit the following open the folder for the language whose user’s CASIO website to register: http://world.casio.com/qv/register/ guide you want to view. Open the file named “camera_xx.pdf”.

  • Page 161: Transferring Audio Files To The Camera

    PLAYING AN AUDIO FILE (EX-M20 Only) PLAYING AN AUDIO FILE (EX-M20 Only) You can transfer MP3 music data files from your computer Transferring Audio Files to the Camera to the camera and then use the camera as a portable audio Use the following procedure to import an MP3 audio file player.

  • Page 162: Preparing The Camera For Audio Player Operation

    PLAYING AN AUDIO FILE (EX-M20 Only) NOTES Preparing the Camera for Audio Player Operation • If you are using a “PLAYLIST.TXT” file (page 166), you need to edit the contents of the file accordingly Perform the following steps to prepare the camera for whenever you add or delete an MP3 file.

  • Page 163: Using The Camera As An Audio Player

    PLAYING AN AUDIO FILE (EX-M20 Only) On the LCD remote controller, press the [ Using the Camera as an Audio Player button. General Guide • This turns on the camera, enters the AUDIO mode, and starts playback. G LCD Remote Controller IMPORTANT! ] (Skip Back/Fast •...

  • Page 164

    PLAYING AN AUDIO FILE (EX-M20 Only) G Display Playback status indicator This icon indicates the current playback status. This type of icon: Indicates this: Rotation clockwise while flashing Playback is in progress. Flashing Playback is paused. Steady and unmoving Playback is stopped. Track number Playback mode indicator Shows the track number of the current track.

  • Page 165: Basic Remote Controller Operations

    PLAYING AN AUDIO FILE (EX-M20 Only) Basic Remote Controller Operations G To skip to the beginning of the next track Press the [ ] button (remote controller beeps). G To start playback To keep skipping forward, press the [ ] button multiple Press the [ ] button.

  • Page 166: Playing Back Audio Files

    PLAYING AN AUDIO FILE (EX-M20 Only) NOTE Playing Back Audio Files • The initial default mode is normal playback. The camera remembers the last playback mode you Specifying the Audio Playback Mode selected, even if you turn the camera off. You can use the following procedure to select one of three playback modes: normal playback, all-track repeat, or one- Playing Back Tracks Randomly...

  • Page 167: Selecting A Specific Track For Playback

    PLAYING AN AUDIO FILE (EX-M20 Only) Selecting a Specific Track for Playback Use [ ] and [ ] to select “On”, and then press [SET]. You can use the following procedure to select the specific track you want to play from a list of tracks on the camera’s To do this: Select this setting: monitor screen.

  • Page 168: Specifying The Track Playback Sequence

    PLAYING AN AUDIO FILE (EX-M20 Only) Specifying the Track Playback Sequence IMPORTANT! • The monitor screen turns off automatically if you do Normally, audio files are played back in the sequence that not perform any operation for about 10 seconds. they are stored in file memory.

  • Page 169

    PLAYING AN AUDIO FILE (EX-M20 Only) I Example Folder Structure I Example PLAYLIST.TXT File Contents <¥AUDIO¥> (Folder containing MP3 files) AUDIO001.MP3 AUDIO002.MP3 AUDIO001.MP3 (MP3 file) AUDIO002.MP3 (MP3 file) POPS ROCK\ROCK0002.MP3 PLAYLIST.TXT (PLAYLIST.TXT file) LASTPLAY (LASTPLAY file) POPS (Folder containing MP3 files) POPS0001.MP3 (MP3 file) POPS0002.MP3...

  • Page 170: Using Bass Boost

    PLAYING AN AUDIO FILE (EX-M20 Only) Using BASS BOOST IMPORTANT! • Any files and folders that are not included in the BASS BOOST enhances the low range of the audio for a “PLAYLIST.TXT” file are skipped during playback. more powerful sound. •...

  • Page 171: Deleting Mp3 Files From File Memory

    PLAYING AN AUDIO FILE (EX-M20 Only) IMPORTANT! Deleting MP3 Files from File Memory • When using BASS BOOST, playing at loud volume You can delete a single MP3 file from camera memory or can cause distortion. If this happens, lower the on the memory card, or you can batch delete all the MP3 volume level.

  • Page 172: Deleting A Single Mp3 File

    PLAYING AN AUDIO FILE (EX-M20 Only) Deleting a Single MP3 File Use [ ] and [ ] to select “Delete”. • To exit the delete operation without deleting Use the following procedure to delete a single MP3 file anything, select “Cancel”. from file memory or a memory card.

  • Page 173: Deleting All Mp3 Files

    PLAYING AN AUDIO FILE (EX-M20 Only) Deleting All MP3 Files Disabling Remote Controller Button Operations The following procedure deletes all MP3 files currently in The remote controller has a lock switch that you can use to file memory. disable button operations to guard against accidental operation.

  • Page 174: Lcd Remote Control Error Messages

    PLAYING AN AUDIO FILE (EX-M20 Only) LCD Remote Control Error Messages Audio Playback Precautions The following describes the error messages that appear on • Listening to audio at a high volume for long periods can the LCD remote controller’s display. damage your hearing.

  • Page 175: Menu Reference

    APPENDIX APPENDIX White Balance Auto / (Sunlight) / (Shade) / Menu Reference (Light Bulb) / (Fluorescent) / Manual The following shows lists of menus that appear in the REC Auto / ISO 64 / ISO 125 / ISO 250 / ISO 500 mode and PLAY mode, and their settings.

  • Page 176

    APPENDIX G Set Up tab menu I PLAY mode Beep (EX-S20) On / Off G PLAY tab menu Sounds (EX-M20) Startup / Shutter / Operation / Volume Slideshow Start / Images / Time / Interval Startup On (Selectable image) / Off Calender –...

  • Page 177: Indicator Lamp Reference

    APPENDIX G Set Up tab menu Indicator Lamp Reference Beep (EX-S20) On / Off Camera Indicator Lamps Sounds (EX-M20) Startup / Shutter / Operation / Volume Startup On (Selectable image) / Off The camera has two indicator lamps: an operation/flash File No.

  • Page 178

    APPENDIX I REC Mode I PLAY Mode Operation/Flash Operation/Flash Self-timer Lamp Self-timer Lamp Charge Lamp Meaning Charge Lamp Meaning Color Status Color Status Color Status Color Status Green Power on Green Power on Amber Pattern 1 Flash charging Green Pattern 2 Deleting image Green Monitor screen off...

  • Page 179: Usb Cradle Indicator Lamps

    APPENDIX USB Cradle Indicator Lamps The USB cradle has two indicator lamps: a [CHARGE] lamp and a [USB] lamp. These lamps light and flash to indicate the current operational status of the USB cradle and camera. [USB] lamp [CHARGE] lamp [CHARGE] lamp [USB] lamp Meaning...

  • Page 180: Troubleshooting Guide

    APPENDIX Troubleshooting Guide Symptom Possible Cause Action Power does not turn on. 1) The battery is not oriented correctly. 1) Orient the battery correctly (page 26). 2) The battery is dead. 2) Charge the battery (page 28). If the battery goes dead soon after being charged, it means the battery has reached the end of its life and needs to be replaced.

  • Page 181

    APPENDIX Symptom Possible Cause Action Color of the playback Sunlight or light from another source is shining Position the camera so sunlight does not shine image is different from the directly into the lens during recording. directly into the lens. image on the monitor screen during recording.

  • Page 182

    APPENDIX Symptom Possible Cause Action All buttons and switches Circuit problem caused by electrostatic charge, Remove the battery from the camera, reinsert it, are disabled. impact, etc. while the camera was connected to and then try again. another device. Monitor screen is off. 1) USB communication is in progress.

  • Page 183: Display Messages

    SYSTEM ERROR Your camera system is corrupted. Contact your Formatting the memory card deletes all files on retailer or a CASIO service center. the memory card. Before formatting, try transferring recoverable files to a computer or The card is locked.

  • Page 184: Specifications

    APPENDIX Specifications There are no printing There are no DPOF settings specifying images and images. the number of copies of each for printing. Main Specifications Set up DPOF. Configure the required DPOF settings (page 101). There is no file to You are trying to save an invalid file as a Product .......

  • Page 185

    APPENDIX Approximate Memory Capacity and File sizes Delete ........Single-file, all files (with protection) Effective Pixels: ....2.0 million • Snapshots File Size Approximate Built-in flash SD Memory Imaging Element: ....1/2.7-inch square pixel color CCD Quality (Total pixels: 2.11 million) (pixels) Image File Size memory 10MB...

  • Page 186

    APPENDIX Self-timer ......10 seconds, 2 seconds, Triple Self- Input/Output Terminals ..Cradle connector timer (EX-M20 connector is also used for connection of remote controller.) Built-in Flash Microphone ......Monaural (EX-M20 only) Flash Modes: ....Auto, Off, On, Red-eye reduction Approximate Flash Range: ...

  • Page 187: Power Supply

    APPENDIX I Power Supply *4 Voice recording times are based on continuous recording. *5 Audio playback times are based on continuous output (through Power Requirements ..Rechargeable lithium ion battery (NP- headphones). 20) x 1 • Voice recording and audio playback times apply to the EX-M20 only. Approximate Battery Life: Number of Shots,Continuous Power Consumption ..

  • Page 188

    APPENDIX I Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery (NP-20) I Special AC Adaptor (AD-C51G) Rated Voltage: ....3.7 V Power Requirement ..100 to 240V AC, 50/60Hz, 83mA Rated Capacitance: ... 680 mAh Output ......... 5.3V DC, 650mA Operating Temperature Dimensions ......78(W) x 20(H) x 39(D) mm Range: .........

  • Page 189

    APPENDIX Power Supply • Use only the special NP-20 rechargeable lithium ion battery to power this camera. Use of any other type of battery is not supported. • This camera does not require a battery for the clock. The date and time settings of the camera are cleared whenever power supplied by both the battery and USB cradle is interrupted.

This manual also for:

M20, Exilim ex-s20u, Exilim ex-m20

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