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Digital Camera
EVC1800
User Guide
EDC240
Camera modes
When you turn on the camera, the default mode is Photo Mode. To switch
modes, press the [HOME] button, then use the touch keys to select from one of
four modes.
Playback
Still Image
Movie Mode
HOME
Setup
MENU
Use the touch keys to select from one of the following options:
Playback Mode - Playback videos or view pictures
Picture Mode - Take Pictures
Video Mode - Record videos
Setup - make changes to the camera's settings
System Settings
To make changes to the camera's settings , follow the instructions below:
1. Press the [HOME] button, then press the [Setup] touch key. The system
settings screen will open.
2. Use the [NEXT] touch key to scroll to more options.
3. Use the touch keys to make changes to the following system settings where
you can change the options below.
Auto Review
OFF
Power Frequency
60Hz
Power save
5min
HOME
NEXT
MENU
System Settings Options
AUTO REVIEW
set time of review after picture is taken (off, 1 sec, 3 sec).
POWER FREQUENCY
50Hz / 60Hz
(The Camera's default setting is 60hz for the USA and North America)
POWER SAVE
Select 1,3, or 5 minutes. To conserve battery power, the camera
will shut off if no buttons are pressed within the selected time.
DATE & TIME
Set the camera's date and time.
LANGUAGE
Set the camera's language
USB
MSDC or PCCAM (Only select PCCAM when you would like to
use the camera as a webcam then be sure to change back to MSDC
when using as camera).
FORMAT
Erase all data on the SD card
DEFAULT SETTING
Reset the camera's settings to factory default.
In the box
Digital Camera
CD (ArcSoft® Media
Impression software)
Requires 3 AAA batteries (not included)
Location of controls
Macro
Settings
Mini
USB
Port
Picture Mode
1. Make sure that an SD card is inserted into the camera.
2. Turn on the camera, the Standby Picture Mode Screen is displayed and the
camera is in Picture Mode.
3. Press the [SHUTTER] button to take a picture.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Touch keys
P
9
18
3M
17
10
Nor
16
15
11
AUTO
14
13
12
[HOME] button
Self timer and continuous shooting
1. While in picture mode, press the [MENU]
button, then press the [NEXT] touch key, then
press the [Driver Mode] touch key.
2. Use the touch keys to select from 2 second
self-timer, 10 second self-timer or Burst.
3. When you select 2 or 10 seconds self timer,
the timer starts counting down from 2 or 10
seconds, and the camera takes a picture; when
you select burst, the camera takes 3 pictures
continuously.
4. Press the [SHUTTER] button to start self
timer or burst snapshot.
5. To turn o the self timer or Burst feature repeat step 1 then select "O ".
LED light indicator
While in Picture Mode press the [
] touch key repeatedly to select from:
Picture Mode Settings
To make changes to the picture mode settings , follow the instructions below:
1. Make sure you are in picture mode (press the [HOME] button, then press the
[Still Image] touch icon).
2. Press the [MENU] button. The Picture Mode Settings Screen will open.
3. Use the [NEXT] touch key to scroll to more options.
4. Use the touch keys to make changes to the following Picture Mode Settings
where you can change the options below.
Picture Mode Settings Screen
Resolution
5M
Quality
Metering
NEXT
Picture Mode Settings Options
RESOLUTION
· 1M (1280x1024) / 3M (2048x1536) / 5M (2592x1944) / 8M (3264x2448)
/ 12M (4000x3000) (Higher picture resolution takes up more space on
the card).
QUALITY
Super fine / Fine / Normal
METERING
Center / Multi / Spot
WHITE BALANCE
Auto / Daylight / Cloudy / Fluorescent / Tungsten
EXPOSURE
Adjust the exposure
DRIVER MODE
"Off" (disables the self timer), "2" or "10" second options
(self timer), "Burst" (3 frame shot)
EFFECT
Norma / B&W / Sephia / Negative / Red / Green / Blue
SCENE
Auto / Landscape / Portrait / Night Portrait / Beach / Sport / Dinner
/ High sensitivity
ISO
AUTO / 100 / 200 / 400 / 800
SHARPNESS
Soft / Normal / Sharp
Setting up your camera
Battery Installation
1. Open the battery cover by pressing and sliding the battery lock.
2. Insert 3 alkaline "AAA" size batteries (not included) into the compartment.
3. Close the battery cover.
USB Cable
(connects to your
computer)
Digital Camera
AAA Batteries
User Guide
EDC240
User Guide
Touch keys
[HOME]
HOME
button
MENU
[MENU]
button
Battery
compartment
Video Mode
1. Make sure that an SD card is inserted into the camera.
2. Turn on the camera, and press the [HOME] button, then press the [Movie
Mode] touch key. The Video Mode Screen is displayed.
3. Press the [SHUTTER] button, the camera starts recording video.
4. To stop recording and save, press the [SHUTTER] button again.
11. [Display] touch key
Video Mode Screen
1. Picture Mode Icon
12. [LED light] touch key
2. Picture quality
1
2
13. Battery indicator
3. Sharpness
14. Macro / In nity mode
4. ISO
15. White balance
5. Exposure mode
16. Metering
6. Scene mode
13
17. E ect mode
7. SD card indicator
18. Picture size
12
8. Pictures remaining
9. [Zoom in] touch key
11
10. [Zoom out] touch key
10
AUTO
9
8
Zoom
Picture screen
Use the [ ] and [
touch keys
in and out when recording video,
taking photos or viewing still images.
HOME
MENU
LED light
In Video Mode press the [
key to turn the LED light On. This is
useful for low light situations.
1. Press the [
] touch key to turn the LED on.
2. Press the [
] touch key again to turn the LED o .
Display mode
Use the [DIS] touch key to switch the display modes
between: icons showing / icons o / display o when
recording video or taking photos.
Video Mode Settings
To make changes to the video mode settings , follow the instructions below:
1. Make sure you are in video mode (press the [HOME] button, then press the
[Movie Mode] touch icon).
2. Press the [MENU] button. The Video Mode Settings Screen will open.
3. Use the [NEXT] touch key to scroll to more options.
4. Use the touch keys to make changes to the following Video Mode Settings
where you can change the options below.
Movie Size
Frame Rate
Metering
HOME
MENU
Video Mode Settings Options
MOVIE SIZE
FRAME RATE
METERING
WHITE BALANCE
SD card installation
This camera has no internal memory and requires an SD card (not included) to
take and save pictures or record videos. The camera can support SD cards up to
16GB. To install the SD card into the camera, follow the steps below:
1. Turn o the camera.
2. Insert the SD card into the card slot (as shown below) until it clicks and locks
into place. Make sure the metal contacts are facing the front of the camera.
3. To remove the card, gently push it in until it pops out.
Using your camera
Turning the camera on/o
1. To turn the camera on, press and HOLD the [POWER] button until
[POWER] button
the display turns on.
Microphone
2. To turn the camera o , press and HOLD the [POWER] button until
the display turns o .
[SHUTTER] Button
Touch keys
This camera has four touch keys which perform di erent actions depending on
what you are doing with the camera. For example:
A) In picture mode the four touch keys will be:
B) In playback mode the four touch keys will be:
Tripod mount
SD card slot
1. Turn on the camera, and press the [HOME] button, then press the [Playback]
touch key to enter Playback mode.
2. Use the [
les.
Video Playback
1. If you select a video, press the [ ] touch key (play video) to start the video
playback. The video starts playing and the touch key icons change.
2. Use the video playback touch keys to:
[ ] rewind / [ ] fast forward / [ II ] pause / [
3
1. Video Mode Icon
4
2. SD card indicator
3. Recording time (video)
4. [Zoom in] touch key
5
5. [Zoom out] touch key
6. [Display] touch key
6
7. [LED light] touch key
8. Battery Indicator
9. Macro/In nity mode
7
10. White balance
11. Metering
12. Frame rate
13. Video quality
] touch keys to zoom
Picture Playback
1. If you select a picture, use the touch key's as shown below to control picture
Video screen
playback.
touch keys
2. To view pictures in thumbnail mode, press the [ ] touch key (zoom out)
while zoomed out all the way.
] touch
HOME
MENU
To make changes to the playback mode settings , follow the instructions below:
1. Make sure you are in playback mode (press the [HOME] button, then press
the [Playback] touch icon).
2. Press the [MENU] button. The Playback Mode Settings will open.
3. Use the [NEXT] touch key to scroll to more options.
4. Use the touch keys to make changes to the following Playback Mode Settings
where you can change the options below.r
Video Mode Settings Screen
HOME
NEXT
MENU
Playback Mode Settings Options
640X480 (Higher quality video / shorter recording time)
LOCK
320X240 (lower quality video / longer recording time)
DELETE
30 Frames Per Second (Higher quality video / shorter recording time)
15 Frames Per Second (Lower quality video / longer recording time)
SLIDE SHOW
Center / Multi / Spot
EFFECT
Auto / Daylight / Cloudy / Fluorescent / Tungsten
ROTATE
RESIZE
or
• Make sure the Lock switch on the SD card is in the UNLOCKED position.
• A card can only be inserted one way: do not use force when inserting the card.
• Inserting or removing a card while the camera is on may damage the card, files
stored on the card, or the camera.
[POWER] button
This camera has an auto-shutoff feature which can be set for specific times (refer to
System Settings > Power Save).
Playback Mode
] and [
] touch keys to scroll through the video and picture
] return to Playback mode
Play video
Thumbnail mode
Scroll to previous le
HOME
Scroll to next le
MENU
JPG
Zoom in
Zoom out / Thumbnail mode
Scroll to previous le
JPG
HOME
Scroll to next le
MENU
Playback Mode Settings
Playback Mode Settings Screen
Lock
Delete
Slideshow
HOME
NEXT
MENU
Lock one or all of your picture and video files. When locked the files
will not be to be deleted.
"One" (Delete the currently displayed video or picture) or "All"
Start a slide show, and adjust the slide show settings.
Select from various special effects.
Rotate the picture.
Resize the picture.
Slideshow, Effect, Rotate, and Resize will only be options when a picture (jpg) is being
viewed.

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  Summary of Contents for Emerson EDC40

  • Page 1 In the box Setting up your camera Digital Camera Battery Installation SD card installation 1. Open the battery cover by pressing and sliding the battery lock. This camera has no internal memory and requires an SD card (not included) to 2.
  • Page 2 Connecting the camera ArcSoft® MediaImpression Connect your camera to a computer Installing Transferring videos and pictures from the camera to 4. Turn ON the camera. your computer To edit or upload and share your videos and pictures, you must rst transfer Install the included ArcSoft®...

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