Package Contents:
Argus DC-5190 5.0MP Digital Camera
3 AAA Alkaline Batteries
Camera Pouch
Driver and Software CD

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  • Page 1: User Manual

    DC-5190 USER MANUAL Package Contents: Argus DC-5190 5.0MP Digital Camera 3 AAA Alkaline Batteries Camera Pouch Driver and Software CD...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Driver Installation...13 Specifications...19 Troubleshooting...19 Safety and General Information Thank you for purchasing the Argus DC-5190. We hope that you enjoy this camera for years of trouble-free operation. Please read this manual carefully before using the camera and follow the instruction to avoid any damage that could be caused by improper operation.

  • Page 3: How To Maintain Your Camera

    Argus Camera Company and no compensation will be given for it. Copyright Information Unless agreed by the rightful owner, pictures taken with this digital camera cannot be used in violation of copyright law.

  • Page 4: Getting To Know Your Camera

    2. When not in use, keep the camera in its carrying case, otherwise you risk scratching the lens, LCD display, orviewfinder. 3. Do not use soap, detergent, or other solution to clean the camera; use a clean, soft cloth only. Getting to know Your Camera Camera Components Guide 1.

  • Page 5: Lcd Display, Prepare Your Camera For Use, Load Batteries And Memory Card

    LCD display Prepare Your Camera for Use Load Batteries and Memory Card Open the battery cover and insert the batteries according to the polarity indicated on the battery door and close the cover. Optional: insert an SD memory card (not included). When the battery power is low, an icon will appear on the screen.

  • Page 6: Camera Setup

    Turning the Camera ON/OFF To turn the camera on, press the ON/OFF button for 2 to 3 seconds until the operation LED is lit. To turn off the camera, press the ON/OFF button for 2 seconds.The camera will also power off automatically after 30 seconds of inactivity if not connected to the computer via the USB cable.

  • Page 7

    Adjusting ExposureValue: Selecting the desiredWhite Balance: Adjusting the Sharpness: Resolution Press the UP or DOWN button to select the desired resolution and press the menu button to confirm. Super: 3264 x 2448 High: 2547 x 1944 Middle: 2048 x 1536 Low: 1600 x 1200 Quality Press the UP or DOWN button to select the...

  • Page 8: Set The Date And Time

    Auto Power-Off Time Press the DOWN button to set the Auto Power-Off Time. Set the Date and Time Press the DOWN button to set date and time. If DISPLAY is selected, the date & time will show on the captured images. If you do not want the date and time on the pictures, select NO DISPLAY.

  • Page 9

    Playback Pressing the PLAYBACK button will put the camera in preview mode. Erase, Format, and Protect While viewing an image, you can press the menu button to enter the erase menu. From this menu, press the UP or DOWN button to select erase “One”...

  • Page 10

    DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) By using DPOF, you can select an image for printing and set the quantity that you want to print. Rotation Press UP or DOWN button to select the rotation angle, and menu button to enter the selected angle.

  • Page 11: Using Your Digital Camera, Taking Pictures

    Using Your Digital Camera Taking Pictures To take a picture, frame your subject in either the LCD display or the viewfinder and press the shutter button. You will here a beeping sound to indicate that the snapshot is finished. Simultaneously, the number of available images on the LCD display will decrease by one.

  • Page 12: Use The Flash

    Use the Flash By pressing the flash button, you will enter the FLASH menu. You can choose FLASH AUTO, ON, or OFF. Choosing flash AUTO or ON will cause the camera to charge the flash. While the flash is charging, the LCD display will be dark and the operation LED will blink.

  • Page 13: Driver Installation

    Download Images to a Computer Enter preview mode and connect the camera to the computer via the USB cable. You will not need to install a driver for image download if you use Windows 2000/ME/XP. Simply connect the camera to PC, the LCD screen will display “MSDC”...

  • Page 14

    Click on Install Camera Driver. Click on the NEXT button to proceed to the next step.

  • Page 15

    Click on the Next button to install the driver for the camera. Once the installation is completed, click on FINISH and it will close the window.

  • Page 16: Software Installation

    Software Installation On the Main menu, click on Install Arcsoft Photo Impression 4 and the Choose Setup Languare screen will appear. Click on the OK button to proceed with the software installation. Click on the NEXT button to proceed to the next step.

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    Click on the YES button and the next screen will ask for the location where you want to save this program. By default, this program will be saved within C:\Programs Files\Arcsoft\PhotoImpression4. Click on the Next button to proceed.

  • Page 18

    Continue to click on the Next button. Once the installation is completed, click on FINISH.

  • Page 19: Speciļ¬cations, Troubleshooting

    Chapter 5: Specifications: *3 in 1 mode: Digital Still Camera mode: image Capture PC Camera mode: video Capturing / Conferencing Camcorder mode: Video clips *Sensor: CMOS sensor, 5 Mega pixel *Lens: F=3.0 f=8.35 *Focus Range: 1.5M to infinity *Illumination: 100-16000(lux) *Shutter Speed: Electronic shutter 1/20-1/6000 s *Image Resolution: Super (3264X2448)/High (2547X1944)/ Medium...

  • Page 20

    Flash will not fire Flash set to OFF -Set the flash to Auto or On. Flash has not been fully charged The flash takes a few seconds to charge up while the Operation LED is blinking. Flash light is fully charged when the Operation LED turns off.

  • Page 21

    Subject in recorded image is too dark Insufficient light for shooting Set the flash On, or adjust the exposure compensation to a positive (+) setting. Flickering on lcd screen or recorded image Incorrect frequency setting Check the correct anti-flicker frequency ( 50Hz or 60Hz ) under fluorescent light setting.

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