DUAL MODE DIGITAL CAMERA DUAL-MODUS-DIGITALKAMERA APPAREIL PHOTO NUMERIQUE DOUBLE MODE CÁMARA DIGITAL DE MODO DUAL DUAL MODE DIGITAL CAMERA DIGITALKAMERA MED TVÅ LÄGEN GC-A33 INSTRUCTIONS BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING BRUKSANVISNING For Customer Use: Enter below the Model No. and Serial No.
“SOME DO’S AND DON’TS ON THE SAFE USE OF EQUIPMENT” This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards but, like any electrical apparatus, care must be taken if you are to obtain the best results and safety is to be assured. read the operating instructions before you attempt to use the equipment.
● Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. ● Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. CAUTION– Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void user’s authority to operate the equipment. Contact Address: JVC AMERICAS CORP.,...
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Alkaline Battery 1. For safety, DO NOT ..attempt to charge the alkaline battery..carry or store a battery with objects such as metal pens, necklaces, coins or hairpins. this could short circuit the positive ... heat or attempt to disassemble a battery..
CONTENTS Fun Things You Can DO Features What’s Inside ... 9 System Requirements (PC) ... 9 Getting to Know the Camera Getting Started Inserting Batteries ... 11 Attaching the Hand Strap ... 12 Taking Pictures Status Light Indicator ... 13 Auto Power Off ...
It helps ensure that your pictures turn out right. ● Built-in digital memory gives a generous and flexible image storage capacity. What’s Inside • Digital Camera • Driver & Application CD-ROM • Quick Guide • Instructions •...
Shutter button Viewfinder window Strap holder EV (Exposure Value)/Forward button USB port Flash/Backward button Getting to Know the Camera Tripod socket Built-in flash Self-Timer indicator Lens Status light indicator Viewfinder Power button Mode/Menu button LCD panel Battery door...
Before you start taking digital pictures with your camera, insert the (AA-size Alkaline) batteries. When you use your camera as a video camera for your PC, you won’t need batteries. The camera absorbs power from your computer through the USB port. Inserting Batteries 1.
Attaching the Hand Strap Use the included hand strap every time to carry the camera and when taking pictures outdoors. To attach the strap to your camera: 1. Insert the small loop at the end of the strap into one of the holes of the camera’s strap holder.
As more pictures are taken, the number decreases. When it reaches zero, that means your digital camera is already full of images. If this happens, download the images into your computer and save them for later use. Then, erase all images from the camera’s memory so that you can take more pictures.
Camera Options in Record Mode When you have set your camera to Record mode, you can control and change the following settings: ● Image quality settings You can set the image quality setting to either Normal or Fine quality. Normal Quality — This is the acceptable image quality for digital pictures. At Normal quality, you can take a maximum of 120 pictures with the camera.
Adjusting the Settings in Record Mode The camera options listed in the previous section allow you to control how you want pictures to be taken and how to manage the pictures in the camera’s memory. To change one or more camera options, here’s what you should do: 1.
To set the Self-Timer: 1. Make sure that the camera is in Record mode. Then, press the for over 2 seconds to enter the camera options in Record mode. 2. Keep on pressing the panel. 3. Press the Shutter button to select the option. Setting the Auto Flash Mode The camera has two different flash modes: ●...
Deleting Pictures from Memory There are times when you don’t want the pictures you’ve taken because they’re not what you wanted. In such case, you can simply delete them from memory. To delete a picture from memory 1. Make sure that you are in Delete mode. To enter Delete mode, press the Mode/Menu button twice instantly and release the button.
The appropriate TWAIN driver and application are required in order to download images from the digital camera to your computer. You need to install the TWAIN driver and application which comes with the included CD-ROM. It is implemented with auto-setup program.
1. Make sure your camera is set to PC Mode. 2. Launch the image application. 3. Click Get. 4. Click Digital Camera (TWAIN). 5. Select Dual Mode USB Camera for the TWAIN device. 6. Click Download. The downloaded pictures will be displayed as reduced-size thumbnail images on the TWAIN interface.
Using your Camera as a PC-Camera (WebCam) Aside from taking pictures, you can also use your camera as a PC-Camera (WebCam). Using your camera as a PC-camera (WebCam) with Microsoft Netmeeting: 1. Make sure you have installed the Dual Mode USB camera driver (refer to page 18).
Appendix 1: LCD Icons Here is a list of all the icons that appear on the LCD panel and what they mean. Record Mode: Record Mode Full Battery Power Medium Battery Power Low Battery Power No Flash Auto Flash Self-Timer Off Self-Timer On Fine Quality Mode Normal Quality Mode...
Appendix 2: Camera Specifications Image Sensor Image Size (HxV) Internal Memory Number of Storable Photos Lens Optical Viewfinder Working Range Exposure White Balance Shutter Flash Mode Self-Timer Compression Method LCD Indicator LED Indicator USB Frame Rate Auto Power Off Communication Power Supply Operating Condition Weight...