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    photosmart digital camera user's manual user's manual user's manual...

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    Computer, Inc. The SD logo is a trademark of the SD Card Association. Materials disposal This HP product contains the following materials that might require special handling at end-of-life: Mercury in the fluorescent lamp in the image LCD. Alkaline manganese dioxide-zinc or lithium-iron disulfide AA batteries.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 1: Getting started ......9 Camera parts ......10 Setup .

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    Chapter 4: Using hp instant share ....51 Using the share menu ..... . .52 Using hp instant share to print pictures .

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contacting hp customer support ... . 82 How hp can help ....82 Before you call .

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    Specifications ......99 Memory card capacity ..... .102 hp photosmart 850 user’s manual...

  • Page 9: Getting Started

    Chapter 1: Getting started The HP Photosmart 850 digital camera is a 4.1 Megapixel camera with 8x optical zoom and 7x digital zoom. This camera has an exciting new feature called technology. With HP Instant Share, you can select images to print or e-mail automatically the next time you connect the camera to your computer.

  • Page 10: Camera Parts

    Solid amber—camera is reading from or writing to the memory card Allows access to insert or remove the memory card Playback menus and to select menu options hp photosmart 850 user’s manual Capture...

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    # Name Controller with buttons Display button Play button button Turns the Share 9 Image Display 10 Eye-start sensor 11 Viewfinder with microdisplay 12 Diopter control Flash button Focus button Zoom Out button button Zooms in the lens to the telephoto Zoom In Chapter 1: Getting started Description...

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    Turns the camera power on and off, and sets the camera mode to Self-Timer , or Video Plays camera sounds and audio clips Pops up the flash assembly Provides additional light to improve picture-taking hp photosmart 850 user’s manual Still...

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    USB-enabled computer or printer Allows you to connect an optional Audio/Video cable from the camera to a TV Allows you to connect an optional HP AC power adapter to the camera to operate the camera without batteries mode. Also...

  • Page 14: Setup, Attaching The Lens Cap Tether

    Allows you to attach a tether to the lens cap Allows you to mount the camera to a tripod Allows you to connect the camera to the optional HP Camera Dock Allows access to insert and remove the batteries Records audio clips hp photosmart 850 user’s manual...

  • Page 15: Attaching The Neck Strap, Installing The Batteries

    Attaching the neck strap Insert one end of the neck strap through a neck strap mount. Then thread the neck strap through the plastic tab to secure it. Repeat to attach the other end of the neck strap to the other neck strap mount.

  • Page 16: Installing The Memory Card, Turning On Power

    If the Power/Memory light is blinking red, the batteries are very low, and the camera will shut down soon. Replace or recharge the batteries, or use an optional HP AC adapter to power the camera. For more information about the HP AC adapter, see accessories on page 93.

  • Page 17: Choosing The Language, Setting The Date And Time

    Choosing the language The first time you turn the camera on, the following screen appears and prompts you to choose a language. Scroll to the language that you want by using the on the Controller Press the blue Menu/OK the center of the select the highlighted language.

  • Page 18: Installing The Software, Windows

    For Windows computers, the HP Instant Share component of the HP Photo & Imaging software needs at least Internet Explorer 5.01 to function properly. Insert the HP Photo & Imaging software CD into the CD drive of your computer. The installation window automatically appears.

  • Page 19: Macintosh, Camera States And Menus

    Macintosh Insert the HP Photo & Imaging software CD into the CD drive of your computer. Double-click the CD icon on the computer desktop. Double-click the installer icon, and then follow the on-screen instructions to install the software. Your CD may also include bonus software from other manufacturers.

  • Page 20: Restoring Previous Settings

    Your camera also has a fourth menu, the Setup menu, which allows you to adjust a number of camera settings. For information on using the Setup menu, see Chapter 6: Adjusting the camera settings on page 63. Restoring previous settings Some of the settings that you can change in the camera menus do not remain set after you turn the camera off.

  • Page 21: Chapter 2 Taking Pictures And Recording Video Clips, Using The Displays

    Chapter 2: Taking pictures and recording video clips Using the displays Your camera has two displays: Microdisplay in the pictures and video clips using Capture menu Image Display—Allows you to frame pictures and video clips using Live Playback, and to view all the menus NOTE Using the Image Display consumes a lot of battery power.

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    Focus brackets (see page 25) setting (default is pixels) and Compression —Battery level when using batteries —AC power when using the optional HP —Flash Off when the pop-up flash is not —Auto (default flash setting) when the Using the focus brackets hp photosmart 850 user’s manual...

  • Page 23: Using The Diopter Control, Taking Still Pictures, Using Still Mode

    NOTE If you change other camera settings in the menu, icons for those settings will also be displayed across the top and bottom of the more information, see page 34. Using the diopter control The rubber eye piece on the viewfinder is a diopter control that you can turn to adjust the focus in the microdisplay.

  • Page 24: Using Self-timer Mode

    Instant Review instant review on page 25. Shutter button all the way down. selector to button halfway Shutter button all the way down. A 10-second on the active display. See hp photosmart 850 user’s manual button all the way Using...

  • Page 25: Using Instant Review, Using The Focus Brackets

    Using instant review After you take a still picture, the active display shows the image for several seconds in Instant Review while the image is being saved to the memory card. You can delete the image during Instant Review by pressing the Menu/OK button.

  • Page 26: Using Focus Lock

    Shutter button halfway down while you button all the way down to take the picture. hp photosmart 850 user’s manual icon is blinking Macro focus focus but detects the...

  • Page 27: Using The Focus Settings

    Using the focus settings You can use the Macro setting on the camera for taking close-up pictures. Focus button lets you toggle between the Normal focus settings. Normal default focus setting on the camera. Icon Setting None Normal Macro NOTE If the camera is zoomed in past 3.5x when you set the camera to Macro...

  • Page 28: Using Exposure Compensation

    2 seconds, the meter disappears, but the value remains at the bottom of the screen flanked by arrows (unless it has been set to 0). Exposure Compensation +3.0 EV to increase the exposure of Controller Exposure hp photosmart 850 user’s manual Exposure settings range...

  • Page 29: Using The Pop-up Flash

    Using the pop-up flash NOTE You cannot use the flash while recording video clips. The flash on your camera is turned off and the flash will not fire until you manually pop it up by sliding pop-up flash the camera. When the flash is popped-up, it begins to charge and is automatically set to the flash setting.

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    Icon Setting Flash On Night Night with Red-eye Reduction NOTE Only the Flash On Exposure Mode Priority Shutter page 35. To turn the flash off, press the pop-up flash assembly down until it snaps shut. When the flash is off, the appears at the top of the Chapter 2: Taking pictures and recording video clips Description...

  • Page 31: Recording Audio

    Recording audio You can set the camera to automatically record audio clips that are attached to the still pictures you take. An audio clip can be a maximum of 30 seconds long. Audio Record setup menu on page 63.) Press the Shutter recording (focus and exposure also lock).

  • Page 32: Recording Video Clips

    Recording video clips A video clip includes audio and can be a maximum of 60 seconds long. Rotate the OFF/Mode Video mode. Frame the subject for your video in the active display. Press the Shutter down. The camera measures and then locks the focus.

  • Page 33: Using Zoom, Optical Zoom, Digital Zoom

    Using zoom Optical zoom Press the Zoom Out buttons to move the lens between wide angle and telephoto positions (1x to 8x). NOTE If you set the camera to Macro focus, you can only zoom to 3.5x. Digital zoom NOTE You cannot use digital zoom while recording video clips.

  • Page 34: Using The Capture Menu

    Using the capture menu Capture menu allows you to adjust various camera settings that affect the qualities of the images and video clips you capture with your camera, such as their exposure, color, and resolution. NOTE Your camera can be in any mode (Still, Self-Timer, or Video) when using the menu options will be grayed-out when in To display the...

  • Page 35: Exposure Mode

    Exposure mode This Capture menu option allows you to override the automatic exposure settings on the camera. The Mode setting determines how the camera selects the aperture and shutter speed for the given scene brightness. The default Exposure Mode Mode setting resets to Icon Setting...

  • Page 36: White Balance

    When you set Exposure Mode Priority, the F-number and shutter speed are displayed in View, and you can use the to adjust the values. White balance In some cases, it may be necessary to pre-set the light source so the camera can reproduce colors more accurately.

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    Icon Setting Fluorescent Manual Manual White Balance displays when you select the setting. The Live View screen shows the color tint from the previous Manual White Balance setting that was made. NOTE To restore the previous simply press the Balance screen without pressing the To change the Manual White Balance...

  • Page 38: Ae Metering

    AE metering This Capture menu option determines which region of the picture will be used to measure the exposure. The default AE Metering Center-Weighted. The setting resets to Center-Weighted when you turn the camera off. Icon Setting Average None Center-Weighted Spot Chapter 2: Taking pictures and recording video clips setting is...

  • Page 39: Iso Speed, Color

    ISO speed This Capture menu option allows you to adjust the sensitivity of the camera to light. Because higher ISO numbers allow higher shutter speeds, use a higher ISO Speed setting when taking pictures in dark areas or pictures of fast moving objects.

  • Page 40: Resolution, Compression

    Resolution This Capture menu option allows you to set the resolution (number of pixels) at which your images will be captured. The default Resolution 4MP - 2272 x 1712. The Resolution setting remains set when you turn the camera off. NOTE Resolution are using digital zoom.

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    The default Compression setting remains set when you turn the camera off. NOTE Compression that can be saved on your memory card. Fewer images will be saved on the memory card at the at the default Better saved at the default setting.

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    Chapter 2: Taking pictures and recording video clips...

  • Page 43: Reviewing Images And Video Clips, Using Playback

    Chapter 3: Reviewing images and video clips Using playback After you have taken some pictures or video clips, you can use Playback to review them. NOTE Your camera can be in any mode (Still, Self-Timer, or Video) when using video clips. Press the Play recently taken or viewed image or video clip appears on the...

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    —Indicates image has an audio clip The current image number of the total number 5 of 14 of images on the memory card —Battery level when using batteries —AC power when using the optional HP —Indicates a video clip hp photosmart 850 user’s manual...

  • Page 45: Using The Playback Menu

    Using the playback menu Playback menu allows you to play audio and video clips, delete images and video clips or format the memory card, and magnify an image on the Image Display. From the menu, you can also access the preferences on the camera.

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    (see page 52) printing in the Playback menu —Plays an audio clip —Plays a video clip Setup menu, which allows you to —Visible if the current image is selected for Share menu (see page 52) hp photosmart 850 user’s manual Share menu...

  • Page 47: Play

    Icon Description Shows the 4 MP Compression (such as the 2 stars for Better) for the current image, or blank if it is a video clip Shows the current image number of the total 5 of 14 number on the memory card date/ Shows the date and time that the current image time...

  • Page 48: Delete, Magnify

    Display; it does not permanently alter the image. You cannot select this option if a video clip is currently displayed. menu option screen, which lists Playback Controller Menu/OK menu option hp photosmart 850 user’s manual to highlight an button to select it.

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    Selecting this option magnifies the image 4x. The center portion of the magnified image is displayed along with four arrows, which indicate that you can scroll around the magnified image by pressing the buttons on the Controller Press the Menu/OK button to exit the magnified image and return to the Playback...

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    Chapter 3: Reviewing images and video clips...

  • Page 51: Using Hp Instant Share

    As another example, you can select images in the camera to be automatically processed by HP’s e-mail service. When the camera connects to your computer, the selected images are e-mailed to family, friends, or any e-mail address that you specify.

  • Page 52: Using The Share Menu

    Share button, the Share menu options. of current image when connected to of current image when connected to lets you add e-mail hp photosmart 850 user’s manual Share menu also Share menu options. Share menu.

  • Page 53: Print Pictures

    See and displaying images connecting the camera to a computer or printer. NOTE Share Format (DPOF) file for print options. Chapter 4: Using hp instant share Controller buttons on the Controller Share button to select the print option, and a...

  • Page 54: Using The Hp Instant Share E-mail Service, E-mail Addresses

    Using the hp instant share e-mail service Using HP Instant Share to e-mail images involves three steps: Adding e-mail addresses to the camera’s (using your computer and the camera together). Selecting images to be e-mailed (using the the camera). Connecting the camera to your computer to send the images you selected.

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    If you are using a: • Windows computer, you will be asked to sign in to HP’s Passport program. HP Passport allows you to use HP’s free e-mail service and other services that may be available in the future. The first time you see this screen, you will need to register as a new user.

  • Page 56: Selecting Images To Be E-mailed

    Share button to exit the Chapter 5: Unloading, printing, and on page 59 for information about hp photosmart 850 user’s manual Share button. to scroll to the to scroll to the buttons on the Share menu.

  • Page 57: Windows, Macintosh

    This makes it easy for people who use different e-mail programs to be able to see your images without the difficulty of dealing with e-mail attachments. Macintosh Images are e-mailed directly to recipients using the default e-mail program on your computer. Chapter 4: Using hp instant share...

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    Chapter 4: Using hp instant share...

  • Page 59: Unloading, Printing, And Displaying Images, Unloading To A Computer

    Unloading to a computer NOTE You can also use the optional HP Camera Dock to do this task. See NOTE If you are using a Macintosh computer, you must first...

  • Page 60: Printing Images

    HP Photo & Imaging software that was shipped with the camera. You can also connect the camera directly to any HP DeskJet or Photosmart printer that has a USB connection, then print images selected from the camera the camera.

  • Page 61: Displaying Images On A Tv

    Images in your camera can easily be displayed as a slideshow on almost any TV (television). NOTE You can also use the optional HP Camera Dock to do this task. See To connect the camera directly to a TV, you must first purchase an A/V (Audio/Video) cable.

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    The Image Display on the camera turns off when the camera is connected to a TV. However, you can still use Playback (The menus will display on the TV screen.) Controller Share menus while connected to the TV. hp photosmart 850 user’s manual...

  • Page 63: Adjusting The Camera Settings, Using The Setup Menu

    Chapter 6: Adjusting the camera settings Using the setup menu Setup menu allows you to adjust a number of camera settings, such as the camera sounds, date and time, and the configuration of the USB or TV connection. You can access the Setup menu from either the NOTE...

  • Page 64: Audio Record

    Menu/OK button to change the menu option. menu and return to the button. setting Recording hp photosmart 850 user’s manual to scroll buttons on buttons on the Capture menu or EXIT SETUP menu option...

  • Page 65: Instant Review, Camera Sounds

    Instant review This Setup menu option allows you to set how long Instant Review displayed on the active display after you take a picture. This option also allows you to turn Instant Review off. The default setting is to display Instant Review 4 seconds.

  • Page 66: Eye-start, Date & Time

    To set the date, time, and date/time format, follow the same procedure used in is set to Off, the microdisplay will button halfway down or press the Setting the date and time hp photosmart 850 user’s manual on page 17.

  • Page 67: Usb Configuration

    Windows computer that has the HP Photo & Imaging software installed on it, or on a Macintosh OSX computer that does not have the HP Photo & Imaging software installed on it. Disk Drive—Causes the computer to recognize the camera as a disk drive using the Mass Storage Device Class (MSDC) standard.

  • Page 68: Tv Configuration, Language

    For more information on connecting the camera to a TV, see either Displaying images on a TV optional Audio/Video cable, or using the dock on page 98 when using the HP Camera Dock. Language This Setup menu option sets the...

  • Page 69: Troubleshooting And Support, Problems And Solutions

    Try installing new or recharged batteries. Ensure that the batteries are inserted correctly. Ensure that the HP AC adapter is connected to the camera and is plugged into a working electrical outlet. Ensure that the HP AC adapter is...

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    Image Display is off. Use an HP AC adapter to power the camera when you are using the Image Display for an extended period of time, or use the viewfinder microdisplay instead of the Image Display.

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    Problem Possible cause The camera Rechargeable batteries will batteries are not charge. not inserted. Batteries are already charged. Battery voltage is too low for charging to start. The camera has not turned off yet. The wrong The batteries date and/or died or were time is removed from...

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    Unlock the memory card. Wait until the flash has recharged before taking another picture. Wait a few seconds for the camera to finish processing the image, and then press the button. hp photosmart 850 user’s manual selector, do not button all the Shutter...

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    Problem Possible cause A long delay The camera is occurs Self-Timer between the Video time I press The camera the Shutter needs time to button and lock focus and the camera exposure. takes a The camera is picture. taking a long exposure.

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    29) to brighten the subject. Or adjust the Exposure Compensation (see page 28). Be sure to move your fingers away from the flash when you take a picture. hp photosmart 850 user’s manual Flash On (see and take the (see...

  • Page 75: Error Messages

    Chapter 7: Troubleshooting and support Possible cause Solution Battery power is Replace or recharge too low to batteries, or use an continue optional HP AC adapter. operation. Battery power is Either recharge or replace low and the the batteries. camera will shut down soon.

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    Or memory card. replace the card with a new one. hp photosmart 850 user’s manual Format Card Delete menu. Format Card Delete menu.

  • Page 77: Normal Focus

    Message Unable to focus Focus too far Focus too close Blinking Blinking Red F-number or shutter speed Chapter 7: Troubleshooting and support Possible cause Solution The subject did not provide taking the picture (see enough contrast page 26). for the camera to focus properly.

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    Possibly comes Use the HP software to edit from copying the images copied on the images to the memory card. Also, do not memory card remove batteries or the...

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    Message Unable to communicate with printer Photo tray is engaged Printer top cover is open Incorrect or missing print cartridge Printer has a paper jam The print carriage has stalled Chapter 7: Troubleshooting and support Possible cause Solution There is no Make sure the cable is connection connected between the...

  • Page 80: Error Messages On The Computer

    HP Instant Share setup, but the memory card is either missing, full, or locked. hp photosmart 850 user’s manual is visible on the Menu/ button on the camera. on your printer. Menu/OK button...

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    The camera is Connect the camera not working directly to a USB-enabled correctly. HP DeskJet or Photosmart printer and print an image. This will verify that the image, memory card, USB connection, and the USB cable are functioning correctly, or not.

  • Page 82: Getting Assistance, Finding Help On The Web, Hp Product Support, Hp Photosmart Website

    Contacting hp customer support In addition to the Web, you can contact HP by telephone or mail for support and service for your camera. Prices, availability, and hours of support are subject to change without notice.

  • Page 83: Before You Call, Obtaining Support In The United States, Free Telephone Support For One Year

    Our support staff is available from 6 am to 10 pm Mountain Time, Monday through Friday, or 9 am to 4 pm Saturday. If you think your HP product might need service, call HP Customer Support, which can help determine if service is required.

  • Page 84: Upgraded Warranty Options, Obtaining Support Worldwide

    180 days of product purchase. HP will determine the hardware service offering based upon the outcome of system self-test programs run by the customer through the initial call to the HP Customer Care Center. If during your technical support call it is determined that your product needs replacement, HP will ship you this replacement product next business day free of charge.

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    Alternatively, you can ask your dealer or call HP at the phone number listed in this document. For English support in Europe, contact +44 (0) 207 512 52 02. Algeria +213 (0) 61 56 45 43 Argentina 0 810 555 5520...

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    0 800 10111 Philippines +63 (2) 867-3551 Poland +48 22 865 98 00 Portugal +351 21 317 6333 +82 (2) 3270 0700 (Seoul) 0 80 999 0700 (outside Seoul) +44 (0) 207 512 52 02 hp photosmart 850 user’s manual...

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    Puerto Rico 1 877 232 0589 Romania +40 1 315 44 42 (or local 01 3154442) Russian Federation Saudi Arabia 800 897 14440 Singapore +65 6272 5300 Slovakia +421 2 6820 8080 South Africa 086 000 1030 (RSA) +27-11 258 9301 (outside RSA) Spain +34 902 321 123 Sweden...

  • Page 88: Hewlett-packard Limited Warranty Statement

    Replacement products may be either new or equivalent in performance to new. HP warrants to you that HP software will not fail to execute its programming instructions after the date of purchase, for the period specified above, due to defects in material and workmanship when properly installed and used.

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    HP has marketed this product. The level of warranty service you receive may vary according to local standards. HP will not alter form, fit or function of the product to make it operate in a country for which it was never intended to function for legal or regulatory reasons.

  • Page 90: Regulatory Information

    You may also have statutory legal rights against the seller on the basis of the purchase agreement in addition to the manufacturer’s warranty, which are not restricted by this manufacturer’s warranty. Regulatory information For regulatory information, see the regulatory_supplement.htm file on the software CD that came with your camera. Chapter 7: Troubleshooting and support...

  • Page 91: Batteries And Camera Accessories, Managing Batteries

    Appendix A: Batteries and camera accessories Managing batteries When the batteries are removed from the camera, the date and time settings are preserved for approximately 10 minutes. If the camera is without batteries for longer than 10 minutes, the clock is set to the last date and time at which the camera was used.

  • Page 92: Extending Battery Life, Rechargeable Batteries

    Extending battery life Use an optional HP AC adapter or HP Camera Dock when unloading pictures to your computer, printing, or connecting to the TV. Use the viewfinder microdisplay to frame pictures instead of the Image Display.

  • Page 93: Power Conservation, Purchasing Camera Accessories

    Purchasing camera accessories You can purchase additional accessories for your camera from your local retailer or online at Some accessories for the HP photosmart 850 digital camera are listed below: Memory card—Secure digital (SD) or MultiMediaCard® (128 MB is the maximum usable card size).

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    You will also need an adapter plug that accepts a 1/8 inch (3.175 mm) jack and fits into a 3/32 inch (2.38 mm) jack. HP Digital Camera Accessory Kit (Y1788A for the United States and Canada, Y1789A for all other countries). Contents include: •...

  • Page 95: Camera Dock

    Appendix B: Camera dock NOTE The HP Camera Dock does not work without AC power. Be sure to use that came with the Camera Dock. Follow the setup instructions provided with the Camera Dock. This includes installing the Dock Insert onto the dock,...

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    The associated device is not available because the other device is active. The dock has no power, the camera is turned off in the dock, or there is no camera connected. button activates the connection to the hp photosmart 850 user’s manual...

  • Page 97: Unloading Images To A Computer Using The Dock, Printing Images Using The Dock

    Place the camera in the Camera Dock. It will turn on automatically. Press the Save/Print print dialog. Appendix B: Camera dock configuration setting to button on the dock. The HP Welcome Share menu for printing or e-mail, button on the dock to start the Disk Drive in the...

  • Page 98: Displaying Images On A Tv Using The Dock

    TV. However, you can still use Playback (The menus will display on the TV screen.) Print Setup configuration option in button on the dock to start displaying Share menus while connected to the TV. hp photosmart 850 user’s manual menu on the camera to Controller...

  • Page 99: Specifications

    Appendix C: Specifications Feature Description Resolution 4.13 MP (2384 by 1734 total pixel count) 3.94 MP (2304 by 1712 effective pixel count) Sensor Diagonal 8.970 mm (1/1.8-inch, 4:3 format) Color depth 36-bit (12 bits by 3 colors) Capture types Still, Self-Timer, and Video Memory 2, 16 MB by 16 wide (128 MB) internal SDRAM...

  • Page 100

    Full Color (default), Black & White, Sepia Resolution 4MP - 2272 x 1712 (default) settings 1MP - 1136 x 848 Compression settings Image Display 2-inch color CCFL backlit, polysilicon TFT LCD - Best - Better (default) - Good hp photosmart 850 user’s manual...

  • Page 101

    Automatic advanced power management The camera has a maximum power consumption of 12 Watts (1.9 amps) Interfaces Appendix C: Specifications menu) USB to a computer or USB to HP DeskJet and Photosmart printers Audio/Video out to TV DC IN 6V HP Camera Dock...

  • Page 102: Memory Card Capacity

    4MP - 2272 x 1712 Resolution 5 images (2.5 MB each) 13 images (1 MB each) 26 images (500 KB each) hp photosmart 850 user’s manual Compression 1 MP - 1136 x 848 Resolution 13 images (1 MB each) 35 images (400 KB each)

  • Page 103

    28 buttons on camera 10 on Camera Dock 96 calibrating color of images 37 camera accessories 93 Camera Dock. See HP Camera Dock Camera Sounds setting 65 camera specifications 99 camera states 19 camera, turn on/off 16...

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    11, 23 disk drive, camera as 67 Display button 11 display images and video clips on TV 62 displays, using 21 dock. See HP Camera Dock DPOF 53 e-mail addresses, customizing the Share menu 54 images from computer 60...

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    14 memory card 16 neck strap 15 software 18, 19 Instant Review setting time to display 65 using 25 Instant Share. See HP Instant Share ISO Speed, setting 39 Language setting change 68 choose at first startup 17 LEDs (lights)

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    Macintosh computer bonus software 19 connect to 59, 97 install software 19 USB setting on camera 67 Macro focus setting 11, 27 magnify image 48 Manual White Balance setting memory card Compression setting, affect of delete files 48 door 10 image capacity 40, 41, 102 install 16 pictures remaining 22...

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    Power/Memory light 10 previous settings, restoring 20 print images directly from camera 60 from computer 60 using Camera Dock 97 using HP Instant Share 51 printer connect Camera Dock to 95 connect to camera 60 problems, troubleshooting 69 product support 82...

  • Page 108

    23 Eye-Start setting 66 using 21, 66 viewing images and video clips warranty 88 warranty upgrade options 84 web sites for HP 82 White Balance, setting 36 Windows computer bonus software 18 connect to 59, 97 install software 18...

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    Printed in Singapore 2002 *Q2146−90010* Q2190-90010...

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