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EX-P505

User’s Guide

Thank you for purchasing this CASIO product.

Before using it, be sure to read the precautions contained in this User’s Guide.

Keep the User’s Guide in a safe place for future reference.

For the most up-to-dateinformation about this product, visit the official EXILIM Website athttp://www.exilim.com/.

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INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

Unpacking

Check to make sure that all of the items shown below are included with your camera. If something is missing, contact your dealer as soon as possible.

ON/OFF

Camera

Rechargeable Lithium Ion

Lens cap/cap holder

Lens hood

Battery (NP-40)

 

 

 

Strap

CD-ROMs(2)

USB Cable

AV Cable

Basic Reference

• Note that the shape of the rapid charger depends on the area where you purchased the camera.

* The shape of the AC power cord plug varies according to country or geographic area.

Rapid Charger (BC-30L)

AC Power Cord *

Rapid Charger (BC-30L)

(Power Cord Type)

(Plug-inType)

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Contents

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INTRODUCTION

 

Unpacking ....................................................................

2

Features .......................................................................

9

Precautions ................................................................

12

 

General Precautions

12

16

QUICK START GUIDE

 

First, charge the battery! ............................................

16

To configure display language and clock settings .....

18

To record an image ....................................................

19

To view a recorded image ..........................................

20

To delete an image .....................................................

20

To turn off the camera ................................................

21

22 GETTING READY

 

About This Manual .....................................................

22

General Guide ............................................................

23

Using the Monitor Screen ..........................................

26

Monitor Screen Contents ...........................................

28

REC Modes

28

PLAY Mode

33

Changing the Contents of the Monitor Screen

34

Attaching the Strap ....................................................

36

Using the Lens Cap ...................................................

37

Power Requirements .................................................

37

Using the Rapid Charger

37

To load the battery

42

To replace the battery

46

Power Supply Precautions

46

Using AC Power

49

Turning the Camera On and Off

51

Configuring Power Saving Settings

52

Using the On-screenMenus ......................................

53

Configuring Display Language and Clock Settings ...

56

To configure display language and clock settings

57

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59 BASIC IMAGE RECORDING

 

Recording an Image ...................................................

59

Specifying the Recording Mode

59

Aiming the Camera

61

Recording an Image

62

Using Zoom ................................................................

66

Optical Zoom

66

Digital Zoom

67

Using the Flash ..........................................................

69

Flash Unit Status

72

Changing the Flash Intensity Setting

72

Using Flash Assist

73

Using the Self-timer ...................................................

75

Specifying Image Size ...............................................

77

Specifying Image Quality ...........................................

79

80 OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS

 

Selecting the Focus Mode .........................................

80

Using Auto Focus

81

Using the Macro Mode

84

Using Pan Focus

85

Using the Infinity Mode

85

Using Manual Focus

86

Using Focus Lock

87

Exposure Compensation (EV Shift) ...........................

88

Using the Built-inND Filter ........................................

90

To turn the ND filter on and off

90

Adjusting White Balance ............................................

91

Configuring the White Balance Setting Manually

92

Specifying the Exposure Mode ..................................

94

Using Aperture Priority AE

94

Using Shutter Speed Priority AE

96

Setting Exposure Settings Manually

97

Using Manual Assist On-screenGuidance

99

Exposure Mode Recording Precautions

100

Using the BEST SHOT Mode ..................................

100

Creating Your Own BEST SHOT Setup

102

To delete a BEST SHOT user setup

104

Recording a Movie ...................................................

104

Specifying Movie Image Quality

105

Recording a Standard Movie (Movie Mode)

106

Recording Past Action (Past Movie Mode)

107

Recording a Short Movie (Short Movie Mode)

108

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Instant Movie Setups

 

(MOVIE BEST SHOT Mode) .....................................

111

Creating Your Own MOVIE BEST SHOT Setup

112

Recording Audio ........................................................

114

Adding Audio to a Snapshot

114

Using the Histogram .................................................

116

REC Mode Camera Settings ....................................

118

Specifying ISO Sensitivity

119

Selecting the Metering Mode

120

Using the Filter Function

121

Specifying Outline Sharpness

121

Specifying Color Saturation

122

Specifying Contrast

122

Turning the On-screenGrid On and Off

123

Turning Image Review On and Off

123

Using Icon Help

124

Assigning Functions to the [ ] and [ ] Keys

125

Specifying Power On Default Settings

125

Resetting the Camera

127

Using the Shortcut Menu (EX Menu) .......................

128

Installing the Lens Hood and a Lens Filter ..............

129

130

PLAYBACK

 

Basic Playback Operation ........................................

130

 

Playing an Audio Snapshot

131

Zooming the Display Image .....................................

132

Resizing an Image ...................................................

133

Cropping an Image ...................................................

135

Playing and Editing a Movie ....................................

136

 

Playing a Movie

136

 

Editing a Movie

138

 

Capturing a Still Image from a Movie

 

 

(MOTION PRINT)

141

Displaying the 9-imageView ...................................

143

Playing a Slideshow .................................................

144

Rotating the Display Image ......................................

146

Adding Audio to a Snapshot ....................................

147

 

To re-recordaudio

148

Displaying Camera Images on a TV Screen ...........

149

 

Selecting the Video Input System

151

152

DELETING FILES

 

Deleting a Single File ...............................................

152

Deleting All Files ......................................................

153

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154

FILE MANAGEMENT

 

Folders .....................................................................

154

 

Memory Folders and Files

154

Protecting Files ........................................................

155

 

To protect a single file

155

 

To protect all files in memory

156

157

OTHER SETTINGS

 

Configuring Sound Settings .....................................

157

 

To configure sound settings

157

 

To set the confirmation tone volume level

158

 

To set the audio volume level for movie and audio

 

 

snapshot playback

158

Specifying the File Name Serial Number

 

Generation Method ..................................................

159

Setting the Clock ......................................................

159

 

To select your Home Time zone

160

 

To set the current time and date

161

 

Changing the Date Format

161

Using World Time .....................................................

162

 

To display the World Time screen

162

 

To configure World Time settings

162

Changing the Display Language .............................

163

Changing the USB Port Protocol .............................

164

Formatting Built-inMemory ......................................

165

166 USING A MEMORY CARD

 

Using a Memory Card ..............................................

167

To insert a memory card into the camera

167

To replace the memory card

168

Formatting a Memory Card

169

Copying Files ...........................................................

170

To copy all the files in built-inmemory to a

 

memory card

171

To copy a specific file from a memory card to

 

built-inmemory

171

173 PRINTING IMAGES

 

DPOF ........................................................................

174

To configure print settings for a single image

175

To configure print settings for all images

176

Using PictBridge .......................................................

177

Date Printing

181

PRINT Image Matching III ............................................

182

Exif Print ...................................................................

182

183 VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER

 

Using the Camera with a Windows Computer ........

183

Using the Camera with a Macintosh Computer .......

191

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Using a Memory Card to Transfer Images to a

 

Computer ..................................................................

196

Memory Data ............................................................

197

DCF Protocol

197

Memory Folder Structure

197

Image Files Supported by the Camera

199

200 USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER

Using the Camera with a Windows Computer ........

200

About the bundled CD-ROM

200

Computer System Requirements

202

Managing Images on a PC

204

Retouching, Reorienting, and Printing a Snapshot

207

Playing a Movie

209

Editing a Movie

212

Viewing User Documentation (PDF Files)

213

User Registration

214

Exiting the Menu Application

214

Using the Camera with a Macintosh Computer .......

215

About the bundled CD-ROM

215

Computer System Requirements

216

Managing Images on a Macintosh

217

Viewing User Documentation (PDF Files)

218

To register as a camera user

218

219 APPENDIX

 

Menu Reference .......................................................

219

Indicator Lamp Reference .......................................

221

Troubleshooting Guide .............................................

224

If you have problems installing the USB driver...

228

Display Messages

229

Specifications ...........................................................

231

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IMPORTANT!

The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.

CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any damage or loss resulting from the use of this manual.

CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any loss or claims by third parties which may arise through the use of the EX-P505.

CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. shall not be held liable for any damages or losses suffered by you or any third party due to the use of Photo Loader and/or Photohands.

CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any damage or loss caused by deletion of data as a result of malfunction, repairs, or battery replacement. Be sure to back up all important data on other media to protect against its loss.

Note that the example screens and product illustrations shown in this User’s Guide may differ somewhat by the screens and configuration of the actual camera.

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