Ricoh WG-70 R03040, WG-70 User Manual

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Digital Camera

Operating Manual

To ensure the best performance from your camera, please read the Operating Manual before using the camera.

Model:R03040

Thank you for purchasing this RICOH WG-70 Digital Camera.

Please read this manual before using the camera in order to get the most out of all the features and functions. Keep this manual safe, as it can be a valuable tool in helping you to understand all the camera’s capabilities.

Regarding copyrights

Images taken with this digital camera that are for anything other than personal enjoyment cannot be used without permission according to the rights as specified in the Copyright Act. Please take care, as there are cases where limitations are placed on taking pictures even for personal enjoyment during demonstrations, performances or of items on display. Images taken with the purpose of obtaining copyrights also cannot be used outside the scope of use of the copyright as laid out in the Copyright Act, and care should be taken here also.

Regarding trademarks

SDXC logo is a trademark of SD-3C, LLC.

Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States of America and other countries.

Macintosh and macOS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

HDMI, the HDMI logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing, LLC in the United States and/or other countries.

This product supports PRINT Image Matching III. PRINT Image Matching enabled digital still cameras, printers and software help photographers to produce images more faithful to their intentions. Some functions are not available on printers that are not PRINT Image Matching III compliant. Copyright 2001 Seiko Epson Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

PRINT Image Matching is a trademark of Seiko Epson Corporation. The PRINT Image Matching logo is a trademark of Seiko Epson Corporation.

This product is licensed under the AVC Patent Portfolio License for the personal use of a consumer or other uses in which it does not receive remuneration to (i) encode video in compliance with the AVC standard (“AVC video”) and/or (ii) decode AVC video that was encoded by a consumer engaged in a personal activity and/or was obtained from a video provider licensed to provide AVC video. No license is granted or shall be implied for any other use.

Additional information may be obtained from MPEG LA, LLC. See http://www.mpegla.com.

• All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

To users of this camera

Do not use or store this camera in the vicinity of equipment that generates strong electromagnetic radiation or magnetic fields.

Strong static charges or the magnetic fields produced by equipment such as radio transmitters could interfere with the display, damage the stored data, or affect the camera’s internal circuitry and cause camera misoperation.

The liquid crystal panel used for the display is manufactured using extremely high precision technology. Although the level of functioning pixels is 99.99% or better, you should be aware that 0.01% or fewer of the pixels may not illuminate or may illuminate when they should not. However, this has no effect on the recorded image.

There is a possibility that the illustrations and the screen display in this manual are different from the actual ones.

In this manual, SD Memory Cards, SDHC Memory Cards and SDXC Memory Cards are referred to as SD Memory Cards.

In this manual, the generic term “computer(s)” refers to either a Windows PC or a Macintosh.

In this manual, the term “battery(ies)” refers to any type of batteries used for this camera and its accessories.

Using Your Camera Safely

We have paid close attention to the safety of this camera. When using this camera, we request your special attention regarding items marked with the following symbols.

Warning

This symbol indicates that ignoring this item could

 

cause serious personal injuries.

Caution

This symbol indicates that ignoring this item could

cause minor or medium personal injuries, or loss of

 

 

property.

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About the Camera

Warning

Do not attempt to take the camera apart or modify the camera. High voltages are present within the camera, and there is a danger of electric shock if the camera is taken apart.

If the inside of the camera should become exposed as a result of, for example, the camera being dropped, please do not under any circumstances touch such exposed portions, as there is a danger of receiving an electric shock.

Wrapping the strap around a neck is dangerous. Take care that small children do not hang the strap around their necks.

If any irregularities occur during use, such as smoke or a strange odor, stop use immediately, remove the battery, and contact your nearest service center. Continued use can cause a fire or electric shock.

Caution

Do not place your finger on the flash when it is discharging as there is a risk of burns.

Do not discharge the flash while it is touching your clothing as there is a risk of discoloring.

Some portions of the camera heat up during use, so please take care, as there is a risk of low temperature burns if such portions are held for long periods of time.

Should the display be damaged, be careful of glass fragments. Also, be careful not to allow the liquid crystal to get on your skin, in your eyes, or in your mouth.

Depending on your individual factors or physical condition, the use of the camera may cause itching, rashes or blisters. In case of any abnormality, stop using the camera and get medical attention immediately.

2

About the Power Adapter

Warning

Always use the power adapter exclusively developed for this camera, with the specified power and voltage. Using a power adapter not exclusive to this camera, or using the exclusive power adapter with an unspecified power or voltage can cause a fire, electric shock, or camera breakdown. The specified voltage is 100-240V AC.

Do not disassemble or modify the product. This can cause a fire or electric shock.

If the generation of smoke or strange odor from the product or other abnormality occurs, immediately discontinue its use and consult your nearest service center. Continued use can cause a fire or electric shock.

If water should happen to get inside the product, consult your nearest service center. Continued use can cause a fire or electric shock.

If you see a lightning flash or hear thunder during use of the power adapter, unplug the AC plug and discontinue use. Continued use can cause damage to the product, fire, or electric shock.

Wipe off the AC plug if it becomes covered with dust. Accumulated dust may cause a fire.

Caution

Do not place or drop heavy objects on or forcefully bend the USB cable. Doing so may damage the cable. Should the cable be damaged, consult your nearest service center.

Do not touch or short-circuit the terminal area of the USB cable while the cable is plugged in.

Do not handle the AC plug with wet hands. This can cause an electric shock.

Do not subject the product to strong impacts or allow it to drop onto a hard surface. This can cause a malfunction.

Do not use the power adapter to charge a battery other than a rechargeable lithium-ion battery D-LI92. This can cause overheating, explosion, or connected device failure.

To reduce the risk of hazards, use only a CSA/UL certified power supply cord set, cord is Type SPT-2 or heavier, minimum NO.18 AWG copper, one end with a molded-on male attachment plug cap (with a specified NEMA configuration), and the other is provided with a molded-on female connector body (with a specified IEC nonindustrial type configuration) or the equivalent.

3

About the Battery

Warning

Be sure to store the battery out of the reach of small children. Placing it in their mouths may cause an electric shock.

If any leakage from the battery should come in contact with your eyes, it may cause a loss of sight. Flush your eyes with clean water and get medical attention immediately. Do not rub them.

Caution

Only use the specified battery with this camera. Use of other batteries may cause an explosion or fire.

Do not disassemble the battery. Disassembling the battery may cause an explosion or leakage.

Remove the battery from the camera immediately if it becomes hot or begins to smoke. Be careful not to burn yourself during removal.

Keep wires, hairpins, and other metal objects away from the + and - contacts of the battery.

Do not short the battery or dispose of the battery in fire. This can cause an explosion or fire.

If any leakage from the battery should come in contact with skin or clothes, it may cause irritation to the skin. Wash the affected areas thoroughly with water.

Precautions for D-LI92 Battery Usage:

BATTERY MAY EXPLODE OR FIRE IF MISTREATED.

-DO NOT DISASSEMBLE OR DISPOSE OF IN FIRE.

-DO NOT CHARGE EXCEPT SPECIFIED CHARGING CONDITION.

-DO NOT HEAT ABOVE 140°F / 60°C, OR SHORT CIRCUIT.

-DO NOT CRUSH OR MODIFY.

Keep the Camera and its Accessories out of the Reach of Small Children

Warning

Be sure to keep the camera and its accessories out of the reach of small children.

1.Injuries may result from the product falling or from unexpected movement.

2.Suffocation may result from wrapping the strap around the neck.

3.Small accessories such as battery or an SD Memory Card may be swallowed. Seek medical attention immediately if an accessory is accidentally swallowed.

4

Care to be Taken During Handling

Before Using Your Camera

When the camera has not been used for a long time, confirm that it is still working properly, particularly prior to taking important pictures (such as at a wedding or when traveling). Contents of the recording cannot be guaranteed if recording, playback or transferring your data to a computer, etc. is not possible due to a malfunction of your camera or recording media (SD Memory Card), etc.

The lens on this camera is not interchangeable. The lens is not removable.

About the Battery and Power Adapter

To keep the battery in optimum condition, avoid storing it in a fully charged state or in high temperatures.

If the battery is left inserted and the camera is not used for a long time, the battery will over-discharge and shorten the battery’s life.

Charging the battery a day before use or on the day of use is recommended.

Class II equipment: The provided power adapter is a Class II (doubleinsulated) product.

Precautions on Carrying and Using Your Camera

Hot and humid places should be avoided. Particular care should be taken regarding vehicles, which can become very hot inside.

Ensure that the camera is not subjected to substantial vibrations, shocks, or pressure as this may cause damage, malfunction, or a loss in waterproof performance. Place the camera on a cushion for protection when the camera is subjected to the vibrations of a motorbike, car, ship, etc. If the camera is subjected to substantial vibrations, shocks, or pressure, take your camera to your nearest service center and have it checked.

The temperature range in which the camera can be used is -10°C to 40°C (14°F to 104°F).

The display will become black at high temperatures but will return to normal at normal temperatures.

The response speed of the display becomes slow at low temperatures. This is due to the properties of the liquid crystal and is not a malfunction.

If the camera is subjected to rapid temperature changes, condensation may form on the inside and outside of the camera. Therefore put the camera in a bag or plastic bag and take it out when the difference in temperature has subsided.

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Avoid contact with garbage, mud, sand, dust, water, toxic gases, or salt. These could cause the camera to breakdown. Wipe the camera to dry off any rain or water drops.

Do not press the display with excessive force. This could cause it to break or malfunction.

Be careful not to sit down with the camera in your back pocket as this may damage the exterior of the camera or the display.

When using a tripod with the camera, be careful not to overtighten the screw in the tripod socket on the camera.

Cleaning Your Camera

Do not clean the camera with organic solvents such as thinner, alcohol or benzine.

Use a lens brush to remove dust accumulated on the lens. Never use a spray blower for cleaning as it may damage the lens.

Storing Your Camera

Avoid storing the camera where pesticides and chemicals are handled. Remove the camera from its case and store it in a well-ventilated place to prevent the camera from becoming moldy during storage.

Avoid using or storing the camera where it may be exposed to static electricity or electrical interference.

Avoid using or storing the camera in direct sunlight or in locations where it may be exposed to rapid changes in temperature or to condensation.

Periodic inspections are recommended every one to two years to maintain high performance.

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Other Precautions

The SD Memory Card is equipped with a write-protect switch. Setting the switch to LOCK prevents new data from being recorded on the card, the stored data from being deleted, and the card from being formatted by the camera or computer.

rappears on the display when the card is write-protected.

Write-protect

switch

Care should be taken when removing the SD Memory Card immediately after using the camera, as the card may be hot.

Keep the battery/card cover closed and do not remove the SD Memory Card or turn the camera off while the data is being played back or saved to the card, or the camera is connected to a computer with the USB cable, as this may cause the data to be lost or the card to be damaged.

Do not bend the SD Memory Card or subject it to violent impact. Keep it away from water and store away from high temperature.

Do not remove the SD Memory Card during formatting as this may damage the card and render it unusable.

The data on the SD Memory Card may be lost in the following circumstances. We do not accept any liability for data that is deleted

(1)when the SD Memory Card is mishandled by the user.

(2)when the SD Memory Card is exposed to static electricity or electrical interference.

(3)when the SD Memory Card has not been used for a long time.

(4)when the SD Memory Card is ejected or the batteries are removed while the card is being accessed.

If it is not used for a long time, the data on the card may become unreadable. Be sure to regularly make a backup of important data on a computer.

Be sure to format SD Memory Cards that are unused or have been used on another camera. Refer to “Formatting the Memory” (p.148).

When using an SD Memory Card with a slow recording speed, recording may stop while recording a movie even if there is adequate space in the memory, or image capture or playback may take a long time.

Please note that deleting data, or formatting the SD Memory Cards or the built-in memory does not completely erase the original data. Deleted files can sometimes be recovered using commercially available software. It is user’s responsibility to ensure the privacy of such data.

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Regarding Waterproof, Dustproof, and

Shockproof Design

This camera is provided with a waterproof/dustproof design complying with JIS waterproof grade 8 and JIS dustproof grade 6 (equivalent to IP68).

The camera satisfies our drop test (1.6 m height onto a 5 cm thick plywood surface) complying with MIL-Standard 810F Method 516.5-Shock testing.

The camera satisfies our test for the waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof performance, but this does not guarantee it will remain free of trouble or damages.

Waterproof performance is not guaranteed if the camera is exposed to impact such as being dropped or hit.

Precautions Before Using the Camera in the

Water

Check the Following Before Going Near the Water

Make sure that there are no cracks or scratches on the rubber seal of the battery/card and terminal covers.

 

 

 

 

Packing contact surface

Waterproof packing

Packing contact surface Waterproof packing

Make sure that there are no foreign objects (dust, sand, hair, lint or liquid) on the rubber seals or the surface they contact before closing the battery/card and terminal covers. Wipe off any foreign objects with a clean lint-free cloth.

Close the battery/card and terminal covers properly until they click. Otherwise water may get in and damage the camera.

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Be Careful Near the Water

Avoid opening the battery/card and terminal covers when near the waterside or with wet hands. When changing the battery or the SD Memory Card, avoid places where the camera is likely to get wet or dirty, and make sure that the camera and your hands are completely dry.

The camera will sink if dropped in water, so be sure to attach the strap to the camera and wrap it around your wrist when using the camera in or near water.

To enhance the waterproof performance of the camera, the front of the lens is protected by glass. The glass should be kept clean at all times, as any dirt or water on the glass will affect the quality of pictures taken.

Precautions When Using the Camera in the Water

Do not use the camera deeper than 14 meters underwater. Do not use the camera underwater for more than 120 minutes consecutively.

Do not open the battery/card and terminal covers underwater.

Do not use the camera in hot water or in a hot spring.

Do not apply excessive force to the camera, for example diving into water with it. Doing so may compromise the waterproof performance of the camera or cause the cover to open.

Do not leave the camera on the sand at the beach, as this may cause the camera to exceed the upper limit of its operational temperature range, or cause the speaker or microphone to become blocked with sand.

Avoid subjecting the camera to substantial vibrations, shocks, or pressure as this may cause a loss in waterproof performance. If the camera is subjected to substantial vibrations, shocks or pressure, take your camera to your nearest service center and have it checked.

Avoid getting sunscreen or sun oil on the camera as it may cause discoloration of the surface. If any oil gets on the camera, wash it off immediately with warm water.

Sudden and extreme changes in temperature may cause condensation to form in and on the camera. Keep the camera in a bag or case to reduce the difference in temperature.

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Precautions After Using the Camera in the Water

Do not open the battery/card and terminal covers if the camera is wet. Wipe off any water with a clean lint-free cloth.

The inside surface of the covers may get wet when they are opened. Wipe off any water that is on the cover.

Wiping off the camera while there is sand or dust on it may scratch the surface of the camera. Make sure that the battery/card and terminal covers are firmly closed before washing the camera in tap water. After washing the camera, dry it with a soft cloth.

Wipe off any dirt or sand on the waterproof seal or the contact surface. The camera’s waterproof performance may be compromised by a loose seal, or cracks or dents on the seal or the contact surface. If there is any such damage, contact your nearest service center.

If the camera becomes very dirty or after it has been used in the sea, make sure that it is turned off and the battery/card and terminal covers are firmly closed before rinsing it under running tap water or leaving it in a bowl of clean water for a short time (2 or 3 minutes).

Avoid cleaning with agents such as soapy water, mild detergents, or alcohol as this may compromise the waterproof performance of the camera.

To maintain the waterproof performance of the camera, you are recommended to change the waterproof seal once a year. Contact your nearest service center regarding changing the seal. (A charge will be made.)

The camera’s accessories are not waterproof.

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Contents

 

Using Your Camera Safely......................................................................

1

Care to be Taken During Handling..........................................................

5

Regarding Waterproof, Dustproof, and Shockproof Design....................

8

Precautions Before Using the Camera in the Water................................

8

Precautions When Using the Camera in the Water.................................

9

Precautions After Using the Camera in the Water.................................

10

Contents ................................................................................................

11

Composition of the Operating Manual...................................................

17

Getting Started

18

Checking the Contents of the Package....................................................

18

Names of Parts ...........................................................................................

19

Names of Operating Parts .........................................................................

20

Display Indications ....................................................................................

21

Display in AMode................................................................................

21

Display in Q Mode...............................................................................

24

Guide Display ........................................................................................

26

Histogram ..............................................................................................

27

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

28

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

28

Powering the Camera ................................................................................

29

Installing the Battery..............................................................................

29

Charging the Battery .............................................................................

31

Installing an SD Memory Card ..................................................................

34

Turning the Camera On and Off................................................................

36

Starting-up in Playback Mode ...............................................................

37

Initial Settings.............................................................................................

38

Setting the Display Language ...............................................................

38

Setting the Date and Time.....................................................................

41

Common Operations

43

Understanding the Button Functions.......................................................

43

AMode ................................................................................................

43

Q Mode ...............................................................................................

45

Switching Between AMode and Q Mode..........................................

47

Setting the Camera Functions ..................................................................

48

Operating the Menus.............................................................................

48

Menu List...............................................................................................

50

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Taking Pictures

54

Taking Still Pictures...................................................................................

54

Taking Pictures......................................................................................

54

Using the Zoom .....................................................................................

57

Setting the Shooting Mode ....................................................................

60

Using the Face Detection Function .......................................................

63

Taking Pictures in Basic Mode (Green Mode).......................................

64

Taking Pictures of Your Pet (Pet Mode)................................................

65

Taking Pictures in Digital Microscope Mode..........................................

65

Taking Pictures at a Set Interval (Interval Shot)....................................

66

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

67

Taking a Series of Pictures (Continuous Shooting/Burst Shooting) ......

69

Taking Pictures Using a Remote Control Unit (Optional) ......................

70

Taking Pictures with Automatic Exposure Adjustment

 

(Auto Bracketing)............................................................................

71

Setting the Shooting Functions................................................................

72

Using the Rec. Mode Menu Items .........................................................

72

Selecting the Flash Mode......................................................................

73

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

75

Setting the Image Tone .........................................................................

78

Selecting the Number of Recorded Pixels.............................................

79

Selecting the Quality Level of Still Pictures ...........................................

80

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

82

Setting the AE Metering ........................................................................

84

Setting the Sensitivity ............................................................................

85

Setting AUTO ISO Range .....................................................................

86

Setting the Exposure (EV Compensation).............................................

86

Correcting the Brightness (D-Range Setting)........................................

87

Setting Pixel Track SR ..........................................................................

88

Switching the Face Detection Function .................................................

89

Setting the Blink Detection Function .....................................................

91

Setting the Instant Review.....................................................................

91

Setting the Green Button Function ........................................................

92

Setting the Image Sharpness (Sharpness) ...........................................

95

Setting the Saturation/Tone Adjustment................................................

95

Setting the Image Contrast (Contrast)...................................................

96

Setting the Date Imprint Function..........................................................

96

Setting the IQ Enhancer Processing .....................................................

97

Setting the Macro Light .........................................................................

97

Underwater Shooting.................................................................................

98

Underwater Shooting (Underwater Mode/Underwater Movie Mode).....

98

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Recording Movies ....................................................................................

100

Recording Movies................................................................................

100

Recording a Movie Quickly Using the Movie Button............................

101

Selecting the Number of Recorded Pixels and Frame Rate

 

for Movies .....................................................................................

102

Setting the Movie SR (Movie Shake Reduction) Function...................

103

Suppressing Wind Noises during Movie Recording

 

(Wind Suppression) ......................................................................

104

Combining Pictures Taken at a Set Interval into a Movie

 

(Interval Movie).............................................................................

104

Using the High Speed Movie Function ................................................

107

Saving the Settings (Memory).................................................................

108

Playing Back and Deleting Images

110

Playing Back Images ...............................................................................

110

Playing Back Still Pictures...................................................................

110

Playing Back a Movie ..........................................................................

111

Multi-Image Display.............................................................................

112

Using the Playback Functions .............................................................

114

Slideshow ............................................................................................

117

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

119

Zoom Playback....................................................................................

120

Deleting Images........................................................................................

121

Deleting a Single Image ......................................................................

121

Deleting Selected Images ...................................................................

122

Deleting All Images .............................................................................

123

Protecting Images from Deletion (Protect) ..........................................

124

Connecting the Camera to an AV Device...............................................

126

Connecting the Camera to an HDMI Terminal ....................................

126

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Editing and Printing

128

Editing Images..........................................................................................

128

Changing the Image Size (Resize)......................................................

128

Cropping Images .................................................................................

129

Processing Images to Make Faces Look Smaller ...............................

130

Using the Digital Filters .......................................................................

131

Using the HDR Filter ...........................................................................

133

Using the Ink Rubbing Filter ................................................................

133

Creating a Collage Image....................................................................

134

Red-eye Edit........................................................................................

137

Overlaying Your Original Frame on Still Pictures ................................

138

Editing Movies .....................................................................................

142

Copying Images ..................................................................................

145

Settings

147

Camera Settings.......................................................................................

147

Using the Setting Menu Items .............................................................

147

Formatting the Memory .......................................................................

148

Changing the Sound Settings..............................................................

149

Changing the Date and Time ..............................................................

150

Setting the Alarm.................................................................................

151

Setting the World Time........................................................................

153

Setting the Text Size on the Menu ......................................................

155

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

155

Changing the Naming System of the Folder........................................

156

Changing the Naming System of the File............................................

158

Selecting the HDMI Output Format .....................................................

160

Adjusting the Brightness of the Display...............................................

160

Adjusting the Brightness of the Display for Outdoor Shooting.............

160

Using the Power Saving Function .......................................................

161

Using the Auto Power Off Function .....................................................

162

Setting the Quick Zoom Function ........................................................

162

Setting the Guide Display....................................................................

163

Perform Pixel Mapping ........................................................................

163

Changing the Start-up Screen.............................................................

164

Resetting to Default Settings (Reset) ..................................................

165

Setting the Startup Shortcut ................................................................

165

Displaying the Clock Display ...............................................................

166

Light up the LED Macro Lights ............................................................

167

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Connecting to a Computer

168

Connecting to a Computer ......................................................................

168

Setting the USB Connection Mode......................................................

168

Connecting the Camera and a Computer............................................

169

Disconnecting the Camera from the Computer ...................................

170

System Requirements .........................................................................

170

Appendix

172

Functions Available for Each Shooting Mode.......................................

172

Messages ..................................................................................................

176

Troubleshooting.......................................................................................

178

Default Settings........................................................................................

180

List of World Time Cities .........................................................................

185

Main Specifications..................................................................................

186

Warranty Policy ........................................................................................

191

Index..........................................................................................................

196

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In this manual, the method for operating the four-way controller is shown in illustrations, such as in the ones below.

2

2or

2

4

or 4 4

5 5or 5

3

3or

3

The meanings of the symbols used in this Operating Manual are explained below.

1

Indicates the reference page number for an explanation of the

related operation.

 

 

 

Indicates information that is useful to know.

 

 

 

Indicates precautions to be taken when operating the camera.

 

 

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Composition of the Operating Manual

This Operating Manual contains the following chapters.

1 Getting Started –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1

This chapter explains what you need to do after purchasing the camera before you start taking pictures. Be sure to read it and follow the instructions.

2 Common Operations ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2

This chapter explains common operations such as the functions of the buttons and how to use the menus. For more details, refer to the respective chapters below.

3 Taking Pictures ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3

This chapter explains the various ways of capturing images and how to set the relevant functions.

4 Playing Back and Deleting Images –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 4

This chapter explains how to view still pictures and movies on the camera or on a TV and how to delete them from the camera.

5 Editing and Printing –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 5

This chapter explains the various ways of printing still pictures and how to edit them with the camera.

6 Settings –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 6

This chapter explains how to set camera-related functions.

7 Connecting to a Computer –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 7

This chapter explains how to connect the camera to a computer.

8 Appendix ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 8

This chapter provides some basic troubleshooting tips and other useful information.

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1 GettingStarted

Checking the Contents of the Package

1Getting Started

Camera

Strap

USB cable

RICOH WG-70

O-ST104 (*)

I-USB157 (*)

Rechargeable lithium-ion Power adapter D-PA164

Macro stand

battery D-LI92 (*)

O-MS1

Start Guide

Regarding Waterproof,

Dustproof, and Shockproof

Design

* Available as optional accessories.

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Names of Parts

Front

Power button/Power lamp (green)

Lens

Shutter release button

Flash

Speaker

Microphone

Remote control receiver

Self-timer lamp/

Focus assist light

LED Macro Lights

Back

 

Display

Terminal cover

Remote control

 

receiver

Terminal cover

Tripod socket

lock lever

 

 

Battery/card cover

 

lock lever

 

Battery/card cover

Battery lock lever

USB terminal HDMI terminal

1 GettingStarted

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1 GettingStarted

Names of Operating Parts

Power button

Shutter release button

W/T/f/y button

Q button

Four-way controller

4/Wbutton

Movie button

Green/i button

3 button

Refer to “Understanding the Button Functions” (p.43 - 46) for an explanation of the function of each button.

Macro stand

Attaching the supplied macro stand (O-MS1) reduces camera shake during shooting in (Digital Microscope) mode (p.65). Insert two clips into the slits in upper and lower sides of the LED Macro Lights part. When attaching and detaching the macro stand, do not hold the clip part.

*When using the macro stand, the camera may not be able to focus if the objects have uneven surfaces.

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Display Indications

Display in AMode

The display changes in the following sequence each time you press the 4 button: “Normal Display”, “Histogram + Info”, “Grid Display”, “No Info”, “LCD Off”.

• All the camera buttons function as normal even when the LCD is off. Press the shutter release button to take pictures as normal.

• The display cannot be changed in some shooting modes.

Normal Display

Histogram + Info

 

OK

 

38

38 12M

AWB ISO 200

OK

 

OK

 

 

LCD Off

Grid Display

OK

OK

No Info

 

1 GettingStarted

21

Normal Display/ Histogram + Info/ Grid Display in Still Picture Capture Mode

1 to 17 and A1 appear when “Normal Display” is selected. B1 to B6 appear at the position of 15 when “Histogram + Info” is selected. Only A1 appears when “Grid Display” or “No Info” is selected.

1

 

11

12

13

 

 

14

 

Getting

 

 

 

 

1

P

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Started

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

DATE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

+1.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

A1

 

6

1/250

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

F3.5

 

 

 

 

 

 

B5

 

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

38

 

12M

 

AWB

 

ISO 200

B6

 

10

16 17

B1

B2

B3

B4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

02/02/2020

14:25

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1

Shooting mode (p.60)

14

Digital zoom/Intelligent Zoom

2

Battery level indicator (p.33)

 

icon (p.57)

3

Face Detection icon (p.89)

15

Date and time (p.41)

4

Date Imprint setting (p.96)

16

World Time setting (p.153)

5

EV Compensation (p.86)

17

D-Range Setting (p.87)

6

Shutter speed

A1

Focus frame (p.54)

7

Aperture

B1

Recorded Pixels (p.79)

8

Pixel Track SR icon (p.88)

B2

Quality Level (p.80)

9

Memory status (p.36)

B3

White Balance (p.82)

10

Remaining image storage capacity

B4

AE Metering (p.84)

11

Flash Mode (p.73)

B5

Histogram (p.27)

12

Drive Mode (p.67 - p.71)

B6

Sensitivity (p.85)

13

Focus Mode (p.75)

 

 

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*6 and 7 are only displayed when the shutter release button is pressed halfway.

*For 8, Mis displayed when Pixel Track SR is set to O(On) on the [A Rec. Mode] menu. fis displayed when the shutter release button is pressed

halfway if Pixel Track SR is set to P (Off) and there is a danger of camera shake.

*For 13, when the focus mode is set to =and the Auto Macro function is activated, q appears on the display (p.75).

*15 appears for two seconds after the camera is turned on.

*17 changes depending on [D-Range Setting] settings in the [A Rec. Mode] menu. No icon is displayed on the screen when [Highlight Correction] and [Shadow Correction] are both set to [Off].

*When the shooting mode is b(Auto Picture) and if you press the shutter release button halfway, the automatically selected shooting mode appears in A1 even when “No Info” is selected.

*If there are overexposed highlight areas in the image, they will blink red on the display, and if there are underexposed shadow areas, they will blink yellow.

*Some indications may not appear depending on the shooting mode.

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Display in Q Mode

The display shows the shooting information of the image in playback mode. The display changes in the following sequence each time you press the 4 button:

The display cannot be changed by pressing the 4button while playing back or pausing a movie.

Normal Display

Histogram + Info

100-0038

OK

1/250 F3.5

Edit

02/02/2020 14:25

Edit

100-0038

12M AWB ISO 200

OK

OK

Edit

No Info

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Normal Display/ Histogram + Info in Playback Mode

 

 

(All of the display items are displayed here for explanatory purposes.)

 

The display shows information such as the shooting conditions. In "Normal

 

Display", A1 to A9 are displayed. In "Histogram + Info", B1 to B8 are displayed as

 

well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

A1

 

 

 

 

100-0038

A6

Getting

A2

 

 

 

 

A3

 

 

 

 

 

A7

 

A4

 

 

 

 

 

A8

Started

 

 

 

 

 

A9

 

B1

1/250

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B2

F3.5

 

 

 

 

 

 

A5

 

 

 

 

 

B3

 

 

Edit

12M

 

AWB

ISO 200

B4

 

 

 

B5

B6

B7

B8

 

 

A1 Face Detection icon (p.89)

A2 Playback mode

Q : Still picture (p.110) K : Movie (p.111)

A3 Battery level indicator (p.33)

A4 Protect icon (p.124)

A5 Four-way controller guide

A6 File number

A7 Folder number (p.156)

A8 Memory status (p.36)

A9

Volume icon

B1

Shutter speed

B2

Aperture

B3

Histogram (p.27)

B4

Sensitivity (p.85)

B5

Recorded Pixels (p.79)

B6

Quality Level (p.80)

B7

White Balance (p.82)

B8

AE Metering (p.84)

*A1 appears only if the Face Detection function worked when the image was shot.

*In “Normal Display”, A3 disappears if no operation is performed for two seconds.

*A5 appears even when “No Info” is selected, but disappears if no operation is performed for two seconds. When no operation is performed for two seconds in “Normal Display” or “Histogram + Info”, only “Edit” disappears.

*A9 appears only when the volume is being adjusted during playback of movies (p.111).

*When “Normal Display” is selected, the shooting date and time appears for two seconds in the B4 to B8 positions.

*If there are overexposed highlight areas in the image, they will blink red on the display, and if there are underexposed shadow areas, they will blink yellow.

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Guide Display

A guide indicator for each available button or key operation appears as follows on the display during operation.

2Four-way controller (2)

3Four-way controller (3)

4Four-way controller (4)

5Four-way controller (5) MENU 3 button

Zoom button

OK 4 button

SHUTTER Shutter release button

X(green), i Green/i button (red) Movie button

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Histogram

A histogram shows the brightness

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

distribution of an image. The

 

 

 

 

 

pixels

 

 

 

 

 

horizontal axis represents

 

 

 

 

 

brightness (dark at the left and

 

 

 

 

 

of

 

 

 

 

 

bright at the right) and the vertical

 

 

 

 

 

Number

 

 

 

 

 

axis represents the number of

 

 

 

 

 

pixels.

 

 

 

 

 

The shape of the histogram

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Dark)

Brightness (Bright)

 

before and after shooting tells you

 

 

 

whether the brightness and

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dark portions

Bright portions

contrast are correct or not, and

 

 

 

 

 

 

lets you decide if you need to use EV compensation and take the picture again.

Setting the Exposure (EV Compensation) 1p.86

Understanding Brightness

If the brightness is correct, the graph peaks in the middle. If the image is underexposed, the peak is on the left side, and if it is overexposed, the peak is on the right side.

 

Dark image

 

Correct image

 

Bright image

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When the image is underexposed, the part to the left is cut off (dark portions) and when the image is overexposed, the part to the right is cut off (bright portions). This camera has a function where overexposed areas are indicated as blinking red and underexposed areas as blinking yellow.

Understanding Contrast

The graph peaks gradually for images in which contrast is balanced. The graph peaks on both sides but sinks in the middle for images with a large difference in contrast and low amounts of mid-level brightness.

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Attaching the Strap

1

Attaching the Strap

Started Getting

Attach the strap (O-ST104) supplied with the camera.

 

1

2

Pass the narrow end of the strap through the strap lug.

Pass the other end of the strap through the loop and pull tight.

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Powering the Camera

Installing the Battery

 

1

 

 

Use the rechargeable lithium-ion battery D-LI92 that is provided with the camera.

Getting

 

Battery lock lever

Battery/card cover

 

 

Started

lock lever

 

 

 

 

Battery/card

 

Battery

cover

 

1 Open the battery/card cover.

Press the battery/card cover lock lever in the direction shown 1, slide the cover towards 2 and open it towards 3.

2 Using the side of the battery to press the battery lock lever in the direction of 4, insert the battery with the PENTAX logo pointing toward the lens.

Push the battery in until it is locked in place.

If the battery is incorrectly oriented, malfunction may result.

3 Close the battery/card cover.

Push down and slide the battery/card cover with steady but gentle force in the opposite direction indicated by 2.

The battery/card cover may be difficult to close because the waterproof packing is very thick to prevent water from entering the camera. To close the battery/card cover, push down on it toward the camera with your thumb where it says [PUSH]. Then slide it until the battery/card cover lock lever slides into place covering the yellow mark on the lock lever.

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Removing the Battery

1 Open the battery/card cover.

2 Push the battery lock lever towards 4.

The battery will be ejected. Take care not to drop the battery when removing it.

Do not use excessive force when opening and closing the battery/card cover because the waterproof seal may peel off. If the seal is not in the correct position, the camera will not be waterproof.

If the battery/card cover is not locked securely, water, sand, or dirt may get into the camera.

This camera uses a rechargeable lithium-ion battery D-LI92. Use of any other type of battery may damage the camera and cause malfunction.

Insert the battery correctly. If the battery is incorrectly oriented, malfunction may result.

Do not remove the battery while the camera is turned on.

When storing the battery for more than 6 months, charge the battery for 30 minutes using the power adapter and store the battery separately.

Be sure to recharge the battery every 6 to 12 months. Storing the battery below room temperature is ideal. Avoid storing it in high temperatures.

The date and time may be returned to the default settings if the camera is left without the battery for a long time.

Be careful as the camera or the battery may become hot when the camera is used continuously for a long period of time.

Allow the camera to dry completely before changing the battery. Avoid changing the battery where the camera is likely to get wet or dirty, and make sure that your hands are dry.

Charging the Battery

Connect the supplied power adapter (D-PA164) to the camera and charge the battery before using it for the first time or after a long period of non-use, or when

the [Battery depleted] message appears.

1

Power lamp

Getting

While charging: Blinks

Charging finished: Turns off

 

Started

 

To power outlet

3

4

 

Power adapter

 

2

 

USB cable

 

1 Make sure that the camera is turned off and open the terminal cover.

Move the terminal cover lock lever in the direction shown by 1, slide the cover in the direction shown by 2 and open the cover in the direction shown by 3.

2 Connect the USB cable to the power adapter.

3 Connect the USB cable to the camera.

4 Plug the power adapter into the power outlet.

The power lamp blinks while charging.

When charging is finished, the power lamp turns off.

The terminal cover will not close while charging. Leave the cover open when charging and do not attempt to close it.

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5 Unplug the power adapter from the power outlet when charging is finished.

6

 

 

Remove the USB cable from the camera.

1 7

 

 

Close the terminal cover.

Getting

Close the terminal cover in the opposite direction indicated by 3. While lightly

pressing on the cover, slide it away from 2 until it clicks.

 

Started

 

 

 

 

Do not use the supplied power adapter (D-PA164) for any other purpose

 

 

overheated.

 

 

 

than that of connecting to this camera and charging the designated battery.

 

 

 

Doing otherwise may cause a connected device to be damaged or

 

 

• The battery has reached the end of its service life when it starts to run down

 

 

 

soon after being charged. Replace it with a new battery.

 

 

If the camera is connected to the power outlet but the charging indicator

 

 

 

fails to light, the battery may be faulty. Replace it with a new battery.

• The time required to fully charge the battery is about 120 minutes (max.). (The charging time may vary depending on the ambient temperature and charging conditions.) The appropriate ambient temperature for charging the battery is 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F).

• You cannot turn on the camera while it is charging.

• Image Storage Capacity, Movie Recording Time, and Playback Time (at 23°C (73.4°F) with the display on and the battery fully charged)

Image Storage Capacity*1

Movie Recording Time

*2

Playback Time

*2

(flash used for 50% of shots)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Approx. 300 pictures

Approx. 90 min.

 

Approx. 260 min.

 

 

 

 

 

*1 The image storage capacity shows the approximate number of shots recorded during CIPA-compliant testing (at 23°C (73.4°F) with display on and flash used for 50% of the shots). Actual performance may vary according to operating conditions.

*2 According to the results of in-house testing.

Battery performance may deteriorate as temperature decreases. When using the camera in cold regions, we recommend carrying a spare battery in your pocket to keep it warm. Battery performance will recover when the temperature returns to normal.

Be sure to take a spare battery with you when traveling abroad or to a cold region, or if you intend to take a lot of pictures.

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• Battery Level Indicator

You can check the battery level by the indicator on the display.

 

Screen Display

Battery Status

 

(green)

Adequate power remains.

 

 

 

 

 

(green)

Battery is running low.

 

 

 

 

 

(yellow)

Battery is running very low.

 

 

 

 

 

(red)

Battery is exhausted.

 

 

 

 

[Battery depleted]

The camera will turn off after this message appears.

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Installing an SD Memory Card

This camera uses SD Memory Cards, SDHC Memory Cards or SDXC Memory Cards. Captured images are saved on the SD Memory Card if a card is inserted in the camera. They are saved in the built-in memory if a card is not inserted (p.36).

• Be sure to use this camera to format (initialize) an SD Memory Card that is unused or has been previously used on other cameras or digital devices. Refer to “Formatting the Memory” (p.148) for instructions on formatting cards.

Make sure that the camera is turned off before inserting or removing the SD Memory Card.

Allow the camera to dry completely before changing the SD Memory Card. Avoid changing the card where the camera is likely to get wet or dirty, and make sure that your hands are dry.

Do not use excessive force when sliding the battery/card cover open and closed because the waterproof seal may peel off. If the seal is not in the correct position, the camera will not be waterproof.

The number of still pictures that can be stored varies depending on the capacity of the SD Memory Card and the selected number of recorded pixels and quality level (p.187).

The power lamp blinks while the SD Memory Card is being accessed (data is being recorded or read).

Backing Up Data

The camera may not be able to access data in the built-in memory in the case of a malfunction. Use a computer or other device to back up important data in another location.

Displaying data stored in the built-in memory

When an SD Memory Card is inserted in the camera, still pictures and movies on the SD Memory Card are displayed. If you want to display still pictures and movies stored in the built-in memory, turn the camera off and remove the SD Memory Card.

Make sure that the camera is turned off before inserting or removing the SD Memory Card.

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1

 

 

Getting

SD Memory Card

Battery/card cover

Started

socket

SD Memory Card

 

 

 

1 Open the battery/card cover.

Press the battery/card cover lock lever in the direction shown 1, slide the cover towards 2 and open it towards 3.

2 Insert the SD Memory Card into the SD Memory Card socket so that the label is facing toward the front of the camera (the side with the lens).

Push the card in all the way. Images may not be recorded correctly if the card is not inserted all the way.

To remove the SD Memory Card, push it in once and then pull it out.

3 Close the battery/card cover.

Push down and slide the battery/card cover with steady but gentle force in the opposite direction indicated by 2.

If the battery/card cover is not locked securely when you close it, water, sand, or dirt may get into the camera.

The image file size varies depending on the number of recorded pixels and the number of images that can be saved on an SD Memory Card also varies.

Set the number of recorded pixels for still pictures from the [ARec. Mode] menu and for movies from the [C Movie] menu.

For an approximate number of still pictures and amount of time of movies that can be saved on an SD Memory Card, see “Main Specifications” (p.186).

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Turning the Camera On and Off

Power button/Power lamp

1 Press the power button.

The camera turns on and both the power lamp and display turn on.

If the [Language/] screen or [Date Adjustment] screen appears when you turn the camera on, follow the procedure on p.38 to set the display language and/ or current date and time.

2 Press the power button again.

The camera turns off and both the power lamp and display turn off.

Taking Still Pictures 1p.54

Checking the SD Memory Card

The SD Memory Card is checked when the camera turns on and the memory status is displayed.

a

The SD Memory Card is inserted. Images

will be saved on the SD Memory Card.

 

The SD Memory Card is not inserted.

+ Images will be saved in the built-in memory.

The write-protect switch on the SD Memory

rCard is in the LOCK position (p.7). Images cannot be recorded.

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Memory status

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Starting-up in Playback Mode

Use this function when you want to play back images straightaway without taking any picture.

Power button

Q button

1 Press and hold down the Q button.

The display turns on and the camera starts up in playback mode.

To switch from playback mode to capture mode, press the Q button or press the shutter release button halfway.

In order to set the camera not to start up in playback mode, set [Playback Mode] to P(Off) from [Startup Shortcut] in the [WSetting] menu. (p.165)

Playing Back Still Pictures 1p.110

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1 GettingStarted

Initial Settings

The [Language/ ] screen appears when the camera is turned on for the first time. Perform the operations in “Setting the Display Language” below to set the language, and in “Setting the Date and Time” (p.41) to set the current date and time.

The language, date, and time can be changed later. Refer to the pages below for instructions.

To change the language, follow the steps in “Changing the Display Language” (1p.155).

To change the date and time, follow the steps in “Changing the Date and Time” (1p.150).

Setting the Display Language

Four-way controller

4button 3 button

1 Use the four-way controller (2345) to choose the display language.

2 Press the 4button.

The [Initial Setting] screen appears in the selected language. If the desired settings for [W Hometown] and [DST] (Daylight Saving Time) appear, proceed to step 9.

Initial Setting

English

Hometown

New York DST

OFF

Settings complete

MENU Cancel

Daylight saving time

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3 Press the four-way controller (3). Initial Setting

The frame moves to [W Hometown].

English

Hometown

New York DST

OFF

Settings complete

MENU Cancel

4 Press the four-way controller (5).

The [W Hometown] screen appears.

5 Use the four-way controller (45) to choose a city.

Hometown

City

New York

DST

 

MENU Cancel

OK OK

6 Press the four-way controller (3).

The frame moves to [DST] (Daylight Saving Time).

7 Use the four-way controller (45) to select O(On) or P (Off).

8 Press the 4button.

The [Initial Setting] screen reappears.

9 Press the four-way controller (3) to select [Settings complete].

10 Press the 4button.

The [Date Adjustment] screen appears. Next, set the date and time.

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1 GettingStarted

If you accidentally select the wrong language and go to the next procedure, perform the following operation to set the language back.

When the Wrong Language Has Been Inadvertently Selected

1 Press the four-way controller (5).

2 Use the four-way controller (2345) to select the desired language and press the 4button.

The [Initial Setting] screen appears in the selected language.

When the Screen After Step 2 Appears in the Wrong Language

1 Press the 3button.

This exits the setting screen and returns the camera to capture mode.

2 Press the 3button.

The [ARec. Mode] menu appears.

3 Press the four-way controller (5) twice.

4 Use the four-way controller (32) to select [Language/ ].

5 Press the four-way controller (5).

The [Language/] screen appears.

6 Use the four-way controller (2345) to select the desired language.

7 Press the 4button.

The [WSetting] menu appears in the selected language.

The language is now switched to your desired language. To reset [Hometown], [Date] and [Time], refer to the pages below for instructions.

To change the Hometown city, follow the steps in “Setting the World Time” (1p.153).

To change the date and time, follow the steps in “Changing the Date and Time” (1p.150).

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Setting the Date and Time

Set the current date and time and the display format.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Press the four-way controller (5).

 

 

1

The frame moves to [mm/dd/yy].

 

 

Getting

to choose the date and time

Date Format

mm/dd/yy 24h

Use the four-way controller (23)

Date Adjustment

 

 

display format.

Date

01/01/2020

Started

Choose from [mm/dd/yy], [dd/mm/yy] or [yy/

Time

00:00

mm/dd].

Settings complete

 

MENU Cancel

 

 

Press the four-way controller (5).

The frame moves to [24h].

Use the four-way controller (23) to select [24h] (24-hour display) or [12h] (12-hour display).

Press the four-way controller (5).

The frame returns to [Date Format].

Press the four-way controller (3).

The frame moves to [Date].

Press the four-way controller (5).

The frame moves to the month.

Use the four-way controller (23) to change the month.

Change the day and year in the same manner. Next, change the time.

If you selected [12h] in step 4, the camera switches between am and pm corresponding to the time.

Press the four-way controller (3) to select [Settings complete].

Press the 4button.

This confirms the date and time.

If you press the 4button in step 10, the camera clock is reset to 0 seconds. To set the exact time, press the 4button when the time signal (on the TV, radio, etc.) reaches 0 seconds.

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When the [Initial Setting] or [Date Adjustment] screen is displayed, you can cancel the setting operation and switch to capture mode by pressing the 3 button. In this case, the [Initial Setting] screen will appear next time you turn the camera on.

[Language/], [Date], [Time], [Hometown] and [DST] can be changed. Refer to the pages below for instructions.

To change the language, follow the steps in “Changing the Display Language” (1p.155).

To change the date and time, follow the steps in “Changing the Date and Time” (1p.150).

To change the Hometown city or turn the DST setting on and off, follow the steps in “Setting the World Time” (1p.153).

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2Common Operations Understanding the Button Functions

AMode

1

 

2

2

Common

4

3

Operations

5

6

 

8

 

9

 

7

 

1 Power button

Turns the camera on and off (p.36).

2 Shutter release button

Focuses the camera on the subject when pressed halfway in Still Picture Capture Mode (except when the focus mode is set to 3, s, and \) (p.55). Takes a still picture when pressed down fully (p.55).

Pressing down fully starts and stops movie recording in C (Movie),

(Underwater Movie), and (High Speed Movie) modes (p.98, p.100, and p.107).

3 W/T button

Changes the captured area (p.57).

4 Q button

Switches to Q mode (p.47).

5 Four-way controller

(2)

: Changes the drive mode (p.67 - p.71).

(3)

: Displays the Capture Mode Palette (p.61).

(4)

: Changes the flash mode (p.73).

(5)

: Changes the focus mode (p.75).

(23)

: Adjusts the focus when the focus mode is set to \(p.76).

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6 4button

Changes the information on the display (p.21).

7 3button

In Still Picture Capture Mode, [ARec. Mode] menu appears. In Movie Mode, [C Movie] menu appears (p.48).

8

2 9

Operations Common

Movie button

Starts movie recording in Still Picture Capture Mode (p.101).

Green button

Calls up the assigned function (p.92). Switches to 9(Green) mode (p.64).

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Q Mode

1

2

3

4

5

6

8

7

1 Power button

Turns the camera on and off (p.36).

2 Shutter release button

Switches to Amode (p.47).

3 f/y button

In single-image display, pressing f switches to 6-image display. Pressing f again switches to 12-image display (p.112). Press y to return to the previous display.

In single-image display, pressing y magnifies the image. Press fto return to the previous display (p.120).

In 12-image display, press f to change to folder or calendar display (p.113). In folder/calendar display, press y to change to 12-image display (p.113). Adjusts the volume during playback of movies (p.111).

4 Q button

Switches to Amode (p.47).

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2 CommonOperations

5

Four-way controller

 

(2)

: Plays back and pauses a movie (p.111).

 

(3)

: Displays the Playback Mode Palette (p.116).

 

 

Stops a movie during playback (p.111).

 

(45)

: Displays the previous or next image during single-image display

 

 

(p.110).

 

 

Fast-forwards, fast-reverses, frame forwards, and frame

 

 

reverses during movie playback (p.111).

 

(2345)

: Changes the position of the area to be magnified during zoom

 

 

display (p.120).

 

 

Selects an image in 6- or 12-image display, a folder in folder display,

 

 

and a date in calendar display (p.112, p.113).

 

 

Adjusts the position of a frame or an image when you are using

 

 

the Original Frame function (p.140).

6

4button

 

Changes the information on the display (p.24).

 

Returns zoom, 6- or 12-image display to single-image display (p.113, p.120).

 

Changes to 12-image display of the selected folder during folder display (p.113).

 

Changes to single-image display of the selected date during calendar display

 

(p.114).

 

7

3button

 

Displays the [W Setting] menu during single-image display (p.48).

 

Returns to single-image display during Playback Mode Palette display (p.114).

 

Returns zoom, 6- or 12-image display to single-image display.

 

Switches from folder/calendar display to 12-image display with the cursor

 

placed on the most recent image (p.113).

8

Green/ibutton

 

Switches from single-image display to the Delete screen (p.121).

 

Switches from 6- or 12-image display to the Select & Delete screen (p.122).

Switches from folder display to the calendar display screen (p.113). Switches from calendar display to the folder display screen (p.113).

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Switching Between AMode and Q Mode

In this manual, the capture mode, such as for taking still pictures and recording movies, is referred to as “Amode” (capture mode) (“Still Picture Capture Mode” refers to the mode for taking still pictures and “Movie Mode” refers to the mode for recording movies). The playback mode, such as for viewing captured images on the display, is referred to as “Q mode” (playback mode). In Q mode, you can perform simple editing operations on the images that are played back. Follow the procedure below to switch between Amode and Q mode.

To Switch from AMode to Q Mode

1 Press the Q button.

The camera switches to Q mode.

To Switch from Q Mode to AMode

1 Press the Q button or the shutter release button halfway.

The camera switches to Amode.

Displaying data stored in the built-in memory

When an SD Memory Card is inserted in the camera, still pictures and movies on the SD Memory Card are displayed. If you want to display still pictures and movies stored in the built-in memory, turn the camera off and remove the SD Memory Card.

Make sure that the camera is turned off before inserting or removing the SD Memory Card.

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Setting the Camera Functions

To change the camera settings, press the 3 button to display the [A Rec. Mode] menu or [WSetting] menu. Functions for playing back and editing images can be accessed from the Playback Mode Palette.

2 Operating the Menus

Operations Common

There are three types of menus: [ARec. Mode], [C Movie] and [WSetting]. Press the 3 button in Still Picture Capture Mode to display the [A Rec. Mode] menu. Press the 3 button in Movie Mode to display the [C Movie] menu. Press the 3 button in Q mode to display the [WSetting] menu. Use the four-way controller (45) to move between menus.

In capture mode

P

MENU

 

SHUTTER

 

Pressed

38

halfway

 

Rec. Mode

1/4

Image Tone

Bright

Recorded Pixels

12M

Quality Level

AWB

White Balance

AF Setting

 

AE Metering

 

MENU Exit

 

MENU

REC

07:34

Movie

Recorded Pixels

Movi e SR

Wind Suppression

MENU Exit

SHUTTER

 

 

Pressed

 

 

halfway

 

 

100-0038

Setting

1/4

MENU

Sound

01/01/2020

 

Date Adjustment

 

Alarm

 

 

World Time

 

 

Text Size

Standard

 

Language

English

Edit

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MENU Exit

In playback mode

48

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