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  • Page 1 User Manual...
  • Page 2: Before You Start

    This manual provides you with instructions on how to use your new KODAK PIXPRO Digital Camera. For Customers in Europe Every effort has been made to ensure that the "CE"...
  • Page 3: Safety Notes

    SAFETY NOTES Safety notes for this camera When you take the camera from a cold place to a warmer environment, condensation may occur. Do not drop the camera or allow it to hit solid Please wait for a reasonable period of time before objects.
  • Page 4 Disposal of used batteries should be carried out Safety notes for memory card in accordance with the local (national or regional) Do not drop the memory card or allow it to hit solid regulations. objects to avoid damaging it. To prevent the battery from being damaged, do not Do not attempt to disassemble or repair the drop the battery or allow it to hit solid objects or to memory card.
  • Page 5 A photo taken with the camera will be stored in the If the LCD screen is damaged and the liquid folder that is automatically generated on the SD crystal comes into contact with your skin, wipe card. Do not store photos that are not taken using your skin with a dry cloth immediately and rinse it this camera in these folders as the pictures cannot with clean water.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS BEFORE YOU START ......1 MODE OVERVIEW ......19 Display Setting ..........19 SAFETY NOTES ........2 LCD Screen Display ........20 CONTENTS ........... 5 Overview of the screen icons in photo shooting mode ..........20 GETTING READY ......... 9 Overview of the Screen Icons in Movie Mode ............22 Accessories Included ........
  • Page 7 Auto Scene Mode (ASCN) ......32 Aperture Adjustment .........44 Custom Settings ..........34 Using Quick Recording ........44 Landscape ............35 i Button Function Menu ........45 BASIC OPERATION ......36 PLAYBACK ........... 46 Using the Zoom Function ........36 Viewing Photos and Videos ......46 Focus Setting ..........37 Thumbnail View ..........47 Macro Mode ............37 Using Zoom Playback (for still pictures only) ..48...
  • Page 8 Cont. AF ............53 Digital Zoom ..........61 HDR ............53 Playback Menu ..........62 Beauty ............54 HDR ............62 Scene ............54 Red-Eye Reduction ........63 Photo Shooting Setting Menu ......56 Rotate ............63 Quality ............56 Resize ............64 AF-Assist Beam ........57 Color Effect ..........64 Digital Zoom ..........57 Playback Setting Menu ........65 Date Imprint ..........57 Protect ............65...
  • Page 9 Zone ............71 Connecting HDMI-Ready TV ....77 Date/Time ..........71 Connecting to a PictBridge Compatible Printer ..............78 File / Software ..........71 Setting the USB Mode ......78 Format Memory ........71 Connecting to your Printer ......79 Copy to Card ..........72 Using the PictBridge Menu ......80 File Numbering .........72 Print (with Date) ........80 Reset ............73...
  • Page 10: Getting Ready

    GETTING READY Accessories Included Your camera box should contain the camera model you purchased along with the following accessories. If anything is missing or appears to be damaged, please contact your retailer. AA battery x 4 Neck Strap Service Card CD-ROM USB Cable Warranty Card...
  • Page 11: Install Lens Cap And Neck Strap

    Install lens cap and neck strap...
  • Page 12: Part Names

    Part Names...
  • Page 14 AF Assist Beam/Timer Playback Button Shutter Button Indicator Flash Lamp AF Button/Arrow Button (Up) Continuous Capture Button Flash Button/Arrow Button Microphone Fast Video Recording Button (Right) Delete Button/Self-Timer Lens Power Switch Button/Arrow Button (Down) Macro Button/Arrow Button LCD Screen Mode Dial (Left) Exposure Compensation SET Button...
  • Page 15: Installing Battery And Memory Card

    Installing Battery and Memory Card 1. Open the battery cover. 2. Insert the battery into the battery slot in the correct position as shown in the following diagram:...
  • Page 16 3. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot 4. Close the battery cover. as shown in the diagram below: Write protection buckle The memory card (SD/SDHC) is optional and not included in all camera packaging. If you have to purchase a memory card, select one with storage capacity between 4GB and 32GB to ensure cor- rect data storage.
  • Page 17: Turning Camera On And Off

    Turning Camera On and Off Symbol Description Slide the power switch to turn on/off the camera. In the instructions below, the following symbols may be used throughout this manual on how to operate the camera. This is to facilitate better understanding. Power Switch [Button name]: When one button on the cam-...
  • Page 18: Set Your Language, Date/Time

    Set your Language, Date/Time Set your Language, Date/Time after the first 2. Press the button, press the up/down arrow power-on button to select , and press the button to enter the menu. 1. When you turn the camera on for the first time, the language selection screen appears.
  • Page 19: Resetting Date/Time

    6. Press the up/down arrow button to press the value for your selected block. After you finish your settings, press the button to confirm. 7. Press the button and the following snapshot screen appears. Resetting Date/Time After you set your Date/Time for the first time, follow the instructions below to reset date and time.
  • Page 20: Mode Overview

    MODE OVERVIEW Display Setting Off: Does not display any additional icons on screen Press the button to display the settings: Classic, Full, Off. Classic: Displays the camera parameters on screen 1234 00:56:00 1/50 -0.3 Full: Camera parameters with Grid and Histogram 1234 00:56:00 1/50...
  • Page 21: Lcd Screen Display

    LCD Screen Display Overview of the screen icons in photo 1 Shooting Mode Icons shooting mode Auto Mode Panorama Mode Program AE Scene Mode Shutter priority Custom Settings x3. 4 Manual Mode Landscape 1234 Face Beautifier 00:56:00 1/50 -0.3 2 Macro Mode 16 15 3 Zoom Display (By turning the Zoom Lever) 4 SD Memory Card/Built-In Memory...
  • Page 22 12 Remaining Recording time 10 sec 13 Exposure Compensation (EV value) Smile (Adjustable only in Mode) 22 Flash Mode 14 Shutter Speed (Adjustable only in Mode) 15 Histogram Flash Auto 16 Aperture Value (Adjustable only in Mode) Force Flash 17 Image stabilization Slow Sync.
  • Page 23: Overview Of The Screen Icons In Movie Mode

    Overview of the Screen Icons in Movie Mode 7 Color Effect 8 Video Quality 9 Remaining Recording time 10 Exposure Compensation (EV value) 11 Image stabilization x3. 4 12 Focus Frame 13 Eye-Fi ON (with signal) 14 Expo Metering 00:56:00 00:56:00 AiAE -0.3 EV...
  • Page 24: Overview Of The Screen Icons In Playback Mode

    Overview of the Screen Icons in Playback 1 DPOF File Mode 2 File Protection 3 Memory space (indicating the current number of photos and total number of photos) 4 SD Memory Card/Built-in Memory 5 Battery Status 1/45 6 Zoom Magnification Area 7 Image Zoom Ratios 8 Image Zone 9 Shooting Date...
  • Page 25: Using The Mode Dial

    Using the Mode Dial This camera provides a convenient mode dial that allows you to manually switch between different modes with ease. The available modes are listed below: Mode Name Icon Description In this mode, the optimal conditions for taking pictures will be set based on the subject Auto Mode and environment.
  • Page 26: Auto Mode

    Auto Mode Program AE Auto Mode is the easiest mode to take photos. While When (Program AE) mode is selected, you can operating in this mode, the camera automatically adjust the EV value and ISO value. optimizes numerous camera settings to adjust your 1.
  • Page 27: Shutter Priority

    Shutter Priority Manual Mode When selecting manual ( ) mode, you can set the When (Shutter Priority) is selected, you can adjust aperture / shutter speed manually and ISO value. the shutter speed , the EV value and ISO value. The camera automatically sets the aperture value 1.
  • Page 28: Face Beautifier

    Face Beautifier In Portrait Mode, the camera is set to automatically Beautifier Mode has 3 effects: adjust camera exposure for realistic portrayal of skin tones. • Effect 1: Skin Soften 1. Turn the Mode Dial to select Face Beautifier Mode •...
  • Page 29: Panorama Mode

    Panorama Mode With Panorama Mode, you can take a series of 4. When you finish shooting the first photo, two target pictures which will be stitched automatically into a icons will display on the LCD screen at left and ultra-wide panoramic picture by the camera. right sides.
  • Page 30: Scene Mode

    Flash Mode, Self-Timer, Macro Mode, and Scene Mode Exposure Compensation are all disabled in Panorama Mode. You can select an appropriate mode from the 22 scene modes according to the type of environment you are shooting. The camera then configures the In the process of automatic panoramic shooting, most appropriate settings automatically.
  • Page 31 Scene Description Identifies the scene automatically; Person, Backlighting, Landscape, Macro, Night Scene, Auto Scene Night Scene Person, Auto. For fast-moving subjects. Capture sharp, action shots with minimal blur. This mode is Sport not recommended for shooting indoors. For taking pictures in areas with strong sunlight. Beach For sunsets.
  • Page 32 Scene Description Suitable for capturing fast moving objects to have a clear subject with a blurred Panning Shot background. Most suitable for capturing people with focus on their face. Portrait For interesting fish eye effect. Fish Eye Suitable for taking indoor party pictures, even under the complicated lighting Party conditions.
  • Page 33: Auto Scene Mode (Ascn)

    Auto Scene Mode (ASCN) In “ASCN” scene mode, the camera can detect different environments intelligently and automatically select the best scene and photo settings for you. “ASCN” can intelligently detect the following scenes: Icon Mode Name Icon Mode Name Landscape Night Landscape Mode Mode...
  • Page 34 Mode Name Description For landscapes, ASCN will automatically adjust the exposure and reproduce vivid Landscape Mode green and blue colors. Most suitable for capturing people with focus on their faces. Portrait Mode When you take portraits at night, or in low light conditions, ASCN will automatically Night Portrait adjust the exposure for people and night scenes.
  • Page 35: Custom Settings

    Custom Settings The user can store the frequently used shooting 6. Select「Yes」to save or「No」to cancel. modes and parameters and switch to this mode for quick adjustment. Follow the steps below: 1. Select any mode or scene mode to be stored. 2.
  • Page 36: Landscape

    Landscape While operating in this mode, the camera will vivid 4. The LCD screen will show a green focus frame reproduction of green and blue, adjust your land- when the subject is in focus. scapes photos for the best possible results. 5.
  • Page 37: Basic Operation

    BASIC OPERATION Using the Zoom Function Your camera is equipped with two types of zoom Zoom Indicator functions: Optical Zoom and Digital Zoom. Toggle the x3.4 Zoom Lever of the camera to zoom in or out of the subject while taking pictures. 1234 00:56:00 -0.3...
  • Page 38: Focus Setting

    Focus Setting Macro Mode In different photo shooting modes, you can select The Macro Setting is ideal for shooting small objects different focus methods. or close-up photos. This mode allows you to focus on subjects very close to the camera. 1.
  • Page 39: Self-Timer Setting

    Self-Timer Setting Use this function to take pictures at pre-set intervals. • Self-Timer 10 sec The camera shutter speed can be set for 2 seconds, A single picture is shot 10 seconds after 10 seconds or by smile detection. the Shutter Button is pressed. 1.
  • Page 40: Flash Mode

    Flash Mode The Flash is used to illuminate a subject in low light • Flash Auto or for fill-in lighting to achieve better illumination of a Camera flash goes off automatically based subject with pronounced shadows. on existing light conditions. 1.
  • Page 41: White Balance Setting

    White Balance Setting The White Balance Setting allows you to adjust the • color temperature for different lighting sources to ensure the most accurate color reproduction. • Daylight Follow the steps below to set white balance of the • Cloudy camera: •...
  • Page 42: Continuous Shot

    Continuous Shot Follow the steps below to configure the Continuous • 3 Shots Shot Settings: • Time-Lapse 1. Press the to enter the Continuous Shot Menu. Take pictures based on the preset interval (30sec/1min/5min/10min). 3. Press the button to confirm the settings and exit the menu.
  • Page 43: Ev Setting

    EV Setting The EV function menu of the camera includes Exposure Compensation functions, such as EV adjustment, ISO, shutter, Set up to adjust the picture brightness. In the case of aperture, etc. Using the appropriate function settings a very high contrast between the photographed object can improve your pictures.
  • Page 44: Iso

    Shutter Adjustment The ISO function allows you to set the sensitivity of You can adjust the shutter speed value. Selecting a the camera's light sensor based on the brightness of higher shutter speed will capture fast moving objects the scene. To improve the camera's sensor more clearly.
  • Page 45: Aperture Adjustment

    Aperture Adjustment Using Quick Recording You can adjust the aperture size value. Selecting a large aperture opening will emphasize the point of fo- In shooting mode, press the Recording short cut cus and show a blurry background and foreground. A button to begin recording video.
  • Page 46: Button Function Menu

    i Button Function Menu Mode: • Black and White The Image Color Setting allows you to select different • Vignetting color effects. • Salon 1. Press the button to select the Image Color Setting Menu. • Dreamy 2. Press the left/right arrow button to select the Image Color Setting options.
  • Page 47: Playback

    PLAYBACK Viewing Photos and Videos To view the captured photos and video clips on the LCD screen: 1. After pressing the button, the last photo or video clip taken will be displayed on the LCD screen. 2. Use the Left/Right navigation buttons to scroll through the photos or video clips stored in the internal memory or on the SD memory card.
  • Page 48: Thumbnail View

    Thumbnail View When in Playback Mode, rotate the Zoom Lever counter 3 Press button to select continuous shooting clockwise to the position to display thumbnail playback and date playback. images of the photos and videos on the screen. W Zoom Out T Zoom In 4.
  • Page 49: Using Zoom Playback (For Still Pictures Only)

    Using Zoom Playback (for still pictures only) The Zoom Lever can also be used during playback. 5. Press the arrow buttons to navigate and select a This allows you to magnify photos between x2 to x8. part of the image to be zoomed in. 1.
  • Page 50: Slideshow

    Slideshow This setting allows you to view all the stored pictures as a slideshow. 1. Press button to enter playback screen. 2. Press button to enter slide option. 3. Press the left/right button to select slideshow playing or 「Cancel」 to return to the playback screen.
  • Page 51: Photos And Video Deletion

    Photos and Video Deletion In playback mode, press the down arrow button 4. Press the up/down arrow button to ) to select your photos and videos. select 「Delete One」or「Exit」and press the button to confirm. To delete photos or videos: 1. Press the button to switch to playback mode.
  • Page 52: Using The Menus

    USING THE MENUS Photo Setup Menu Expo Metering (Exposure Metering) Mode: Use this setting to select the "target" size of the 1. In Photo Shooting Mode, press the button to camera's field of view to be metered. enter the Photo Shooting Menu. 2.
  • Page 53: Image Size

    Image Size The size setting refers to the image resolution in This mode can help reduce photo blur caused by pixels. A higher image resolution allows you to print unintentional hand shake, low light or slow shutter that image in larger sizes without degrading the image speed.
  • Page 54: Cont. Af

    Cont. AF Enable the continuous AF to be able to continuously With the HDR function, pictures that are overexposed focus automatically when taking pictures. may be corrected to optimize the highlights and lowlights captured to more accurately represent the actual scene. There are 2 options: •...
  • Page 55: Beauty

    Beauty Scene Set the effect of the beauty mode. Select the scene mode under the SCN mode. Beautifier Mode has 3 effects: • Effect 1: Skin Soften • Effect 2: Skin Soften + Eye Brightening • Effect 3: Skin Soften + Eye Brightening + Eye Enlargement...
  • Page 56 • Shooting menu in the shooting mode (O: Optional X: Not optional) Shooting Modes Options о о о о о о о о о о о о о о о о о о о х х о о о о о...
  • Page 57: Photo Shooting Setting Menu

    Photo Shooting Setting Menu Quality Mode: The Quality Setting can be used to adjust the image 1. Press the button in Photo Shooting Mode and compression ratio. press the up/down button to select There are three options for picture quality: 2.
  • Page 58: Af-Assist Beam

    AF-Assist Beam Date Imprint In a darker environment, AF Assist Beam can be Include a Date/Time stamp on the photo image. turned on for better focus. Digital Zoom Turn on or off the digital zoom. • Off • Date • Date / Time...
  • Page 59: Quick Review

    Quick Review Custom Settings This option allows quick review of the photos Custom Settings stores the current photo shooting immediately after they are taken. Each photo is mode and its parameters. The stored mode and displayed on the LCD screen based on the selected parameters are directly invoked in Custom Settings time.
  • Page 60: Movie Menu

    Movie Menu Expo Metering (Exposure Metering) Mode: Use this setting to select the "target" size of the 1. Turn the mode dial, select the mode and camera's field of view to be metered. press the button to enter the Movie Menu. There are 3 options: •...
  • Page 61: Video Quality

    Video Quality Set the image resolution used during video recording. This mode can help reduce photo blur caused by hand shake, low light and slow shutter speed. The speed requirements for reading and writing high image pixel images to SD card are as follows: Recording Image Use Stabilization Mode in dark environments or...
  • Page 62: Movie Setting Menu

    Movie Setting Menu Digital Zoom Mode: Turn on or off the digital zoom. 1. Turn the Mode Dial and select to enter the video recording screen. 2. Press the button, press the up/down arrow button to select , and press the button to enter the menu.
  • Page 63: Playback Menu

    Playback Menu Mode: With the HDR function, pictures that are overexposed 1. Press the button to display the playback screen may be corrected to optimize the highlights and lowlights and press button to enter the menu. captured to more accurately represent the actual scene. 2.
  • Page 64: Red-Eye Reduction

    Red-Eye Reduction Rotate 1. In Playback Mode, press the left / right arrow You can use this setting to change the orientation of button to select the photos to be edited. the picture. 1. In Playback Mode, press the left /right arrow 2.
  • Page 65: Resize

    Resize 1. In Playback Mode, press the left /right arrow button to select the photos to be edited. This setting allows you to resize a picture to a particular resolution and saves it as a new picture. 2. Press the button, select the settings, and press the...
  • Page 66: Playback Setting Menu

    Playback Setting Menu 5. Press the up/down arrow buttons to select an Mode: option and press the button to confirm. 1. Press the button to show the playback screen, Refer to the following pages for more details about press the button, and press the up/down button each setting.
  • Page 67: Delete

    2. Press the up/down arrow button to select the Delete sub-menu and press the button or right arrow You can delete one or all photo/video files. button to show the settings screen. There are 4 sub menus available: • One: Lock the selected photo or video if they are unprotected;...
  • Page 68: Dpof (Digital Print Order Format)

    3. Press the up/down arrow buttons to select an DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) option and press the button to confirm. The DPOF feature allows you to compile and select a group of pictures that you would like to print and will save your selection on the memory card so that you The “...
  • Page 69: Trim

    Trim 3. Press the button and the「Save change?」 prompt appears. Select「 」to change and save The Trim Setting allows you to crop photos and save the picture. Select「 」to cancel changes and them as new pictures. return to the trim prompt screen. 1.
  • Page 70: Setup Menu

    Setup Menu 4. Press the up/down arrow button to select the item 1. Press the button in any mode and press the to be set and press the button or right arrow up/down button to select button to enter the menu. 2.
  • Page 71: Power Saver

    Sound Settings Power Saver This setting allows you to save power and get the To change this setting: maximum possible running time for your camera's 1. Select「Sound Settings」in the basic settings batteries. Follow the steps below to turn the LCD menu.
  • Page 72: Zone

    Zone File / Software The Zone setting is a useful function for your overseas trips. This feature enables you to display the Format Memory local time on the LCD screen while you are abroad. Please note: formatting enables you to delete all 1.
  • Page 73: Copy To Card

    Note that when you perform the Format Memory If there is no card available in the camera, this function, it only formats the active memory. If an function will not be displayed. SD memory card is inserted, the SD memory card is active and will be formatted.
  • Page 74: Reset

    Reset FW Version Use this setting to restore the camera to its original Use this setting to view the current camera firmware factory default settings. version. 1. Press the button, press the up/down arrow 1. Press the button, press the up/down arrow button to select and press the button to...
  • Page 75: Connections

    CONNECTIONS Connecting to a Computer You can use a USB cable to connect the camera and copy (transmit) photos to a computer, printer or other device. Setting the USB Mode The camera’s USB port can be set to connect with either a computer or a printer.
  • Page 76: Video System

    3. Connect the other end of the cable to an available Video System USB port on your computer. Use this feature to switch the video system from either NTSC or PAL. 1. Press the button, press the up/down arrow but- ton to select and press the button to enter...
  • Page 77: Set Eye-Fi Sd Card Connection Mode

    The video output signal can be switched to NTSC or Set Eye-Fi SD Card Connection Mode PAL to accommodate different regional TV standards. The appropriate setting will vary between regions. This camera supports wireless connection of an Eye- NTSC: USA, Canada, Taiwan, Japan, etc. Fi SD Card.
  • Page 78: Supported Hdmi Connections

    Supported HDMI Connections HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface), is a fully Connecting HDMI-Ready TV digital audio/video transmission interface, through 1. Use a High-Definition output terminal cable (not which uncompressed audio and video signals are included) to connect your camera to an HDMI transmitted.
  • Page 79: Connecting To A Pictbridge Compatible Printer

    Connecting to a PictBridge Compatible Printer PictBridge technology allows printing of 3. Press the up/down arrow button to select「USB」 the photos saved in the memory card by and press the button or right arrow button to the printer. enter the menu. To find out if a printer is PictBridge 4.
  • Page 80: Connecting To Your Printer

    Connecting to your Printer If the camera is not connected to a PictBridge com- patible printer, the following error message will appear 1. Make sure both the camera and printer are turned on the LCD screen. 2. Connect one end of the supplied USB cable to the USB port on your camera.
  • Page 81: Using The Pictbridge Menu

    Using the PictBridge Menu After setting the USB mode to Printer, the PictBridge Print (with Date) Menu will appear. If you have set the date and time on your camera, the date and time will be recorded and saved with each photo you take.
  • Page 82: Print (Without Date)

    3. Press the up/down arrow button to select the Print (without Date) number of copies for the currently displayed photo. Use this setting to print the photos without dates on 4. Press the button and the following screen will them. appear.
  • Page 83: Print Index

    Print Index You can print all photos in the camera via this func- tion. 1. In the PictBridge menu, select「Print Index」and the screen as shown below appears. 5. Select「Yes」and press the button to confirm; select「Cancel」to cancel printing. 2. Select「Yes」and press the button to confirm;...
  • Page 84: Print Dpof Images

    Print DPOF Images Exit To use DPOF printing, you must select your photos Select「Exit」to exit the PictBridge menu. At this for printing using the DPOF settings beforehand. See time, the message「Remove USB Cable!」appears “DPOF” section on page 67. on the screen. 1.
  • Page 85: Appendices

    APPENDICES Specifications Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. Effective Image Sensor Pixels 16.15 Megapixels Total Image Sensor Pixels 16.44 Megapixels [1/2.3"CCD] Focal Length 4.3mm (Wide) — 107.5mm (Tele) [35mm film equivalent] [24mm (Wide) — 600mm (Tele)] F number F3.7 (Wide) —...
  • Page 86 (4:3) (3:2) (16:9) 16MP: 4608×3456 14MP: 4608×3072 12MP: 4608×2592 10MP: 3648×2736 2MP: 1920×1080 Number of Still Image 5MP: 2592×1944 Recording 3MP: 2048×1536 Pixels 0.3MP: 640×480 Movie 1280×720(30/15fps), 640×480(30fps), 320×240(30fps) Image Compression Best, Fine, Normal DCF, DPOF (Ver1.1) Support Still Image Exif 2.3 (JPEG) File Format Movie...
  • Page 87 LCD Display 3.0 inch (230k Pixels) ISO Sensitivity Auto, ISO80/100/200/400/800/1600/3200(4M) AF Method Single AF, Multi-AF (TTL 9-point), Object Tracking, Face-Detection Artificial Intelligence AE (AiAE), Center-Weighted Average, Spot Exposure Metering Method (Fixed to Center of Frame), Face AE Exposure Control Method Program AE (AE-Lock Available), Shutter Prior AE Exposure Compensation ±2EV in 1/3 Step Increments...
  • Page 88 Flash Method Pop-up Flash Auto, Force Flash, Slow Sync., Slow Sync. + Red-Eye, Flash Modes Flash Red-Eye Reduction (Wide) Approx. 0.5m ~ 7.1m (ISO 800) Shooting Range (Tele) Approx. 1.2m ~ 4.2m (ISO 800) Internal Memory: Approx. 8MB Recording Media SD/SDHC Card (Up to 32GB Support) [Nonsupport MMC Card] Other Features PictBridge, ExifPrint Support, Multi-Language Support (27 Languages)
  • Page 89: Prompts And Warning Messages

    Prompts and Warning Messages Message Description Action The camera battery is used up. It is a Replace with new batteries. The Warning! Battery exhausted. warning indicating that the camera is camera will shut down in 2 seconds. going to shut down. The lens is jammed or some foreign Lens obstruction, Re-start Turn off the camera and restart it to...
  • Page 90 Message Description Action Indicates that you can disconnect the The message disappears after you Remove USB Cable! USB cable. disconnect the USB cable. Failure to connect to your PC, printer, Remove USB cable and retry Connection Failed! TV (with HDMI). connection.
  • Page 91 Message Description Action Format the SD card. WARNING: Formatting the SD card will erase all When an error occurs in the SD data on the card. Copy the data from Card is not formatted. card, the message "Not Formatted" the SD card to another storage, such as appears.
  • Page 92 Message Description Action This indicates that the SD card exceeded the maximum number of Exceeded maximum folder Copy the data to your PC, format the folders (999). This could cause a long number. memory card using the camera. read time during the camera's power During the playback by date, the The message disappears after 2 Too many pictures for quick...
  • Page 93: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Problem Possible causes Solution Camera does not turn on The battery is not inserted Correctly reinstall the battery. correctly. Camera turns off suddenly dur- The batteries have been de- Recharge the battery. ing operation pleted. The picture is blurred Camera shakes while taking a Turn on OIS feature.
  • Page 94 Problem Possible Causes Solution Saving data to memory card is Using a memory card below Use an SD card with write Class higher slow Class 4 may result in slower than 4 to improve performance. recording times. Cannot write to the memory The SD memory card has Release the write lock of the memory card...
  • Page 95 Licensed Product The Kodak trademark and trade dress are used under license from Kodak. © 2013 by JK Imaging Ltd. All rights reserved. JK Imaging Ltd. 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 550, Gardena, CA 90248, USA Ver 1...