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Toshiba PDR-M71 Instruction Manual
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2PDR-M71 ENGLISH - 1 - For customers in the U.S.A. FCC Statement NOTE 3Attention 4Attention (continued) - 2 - CAUTION TOSHIBA AMERICA INFORMATION SYSTEMS, INC. For customers in Canada CAUTION - 3 - 5Before Reading This Manual Conventions Used In This Manual - 4 - 6The Function Map STEP1 Taking photographs. (P. 41) STEP2 Leaving camera settings up to your camera. (P. 46) STEP3 Utilizing the various photography modes. STEP4 Setting the modes in more detail to make your photographs turn out more as you intended. Read these pages first. Lets learn about basic operation. Taking photographs. 7The Function Map (continued) You can also do this Erasing images Loading images on a personal computer STEP1 Lets play back some images. (P. 80) STEP2 Selecting the various ways to play back images. STEP1 Erasing Images (P. 87) STEP2 Other ways to erase images Playing back your photographed images Setting the basic camera settings - 6 - Preface Getting Ready Taking Photographs 8Contents The name in parentheses ( ) is the function name on the PDR-M71. 9Contents (continued) - 7 - The name in parentheses ( ) is the function name on the PDR-M71. Playing Back Images Erasing Images Handy Functions Other Applications Additional Information - 8 - 10Safety Precautions Indication definitions Graphic symbol definitions Exemption Clauses 11DANGER 13WARNING - 11 - 14- 12 - 15- 13 - - 14 - 16Using Your Camera Correctly 21Accessories 22Names of Parts 26Attaching the Shoulder Strap Pass the end of the shoulder strap through the strap attachment on the camera. Pass the shoulder strap through the loop and pull. - 25 - Loading the Batteries 27Installing the batteries - 26 - 28Installing the batteries (continued) Reverse the procedure for Loading the Batteries and remove the batteries. Close the battery cover, slide it 1, and lock Make sure that the battery cover is firmly closed. Removing the Batteries Battery cover lock 1 2 - 27 - 29Installing the batteries (continued) Remaining Battery PowerStatus Display Battery Wear LCD Monitor - 28 - Insert the AC adapter connector plug into the DC IN 5V terminal on the camera. Insert the AC adapter power plug into the power outlet. 30Using the Power Outlet 32About SmartMedia Notes on SmartMedia 33Loading SmartMedia 35Removing SmartMedia 2 1 The cover opens Slide the SmartMediaTM cover release knob in the direction of the arrow to open the cover 2. Push the SmartMediaTM in as far as it can go, and pull it out with your fingers. - 34 - Write-protect area Sticker Close the SmartMedia cover. 36Write Protection 37LCD Monitor Display (during photography) 40Turning the Power On/Off 41How to Hold Your Camera 42How to Press the Shutter Button Press the shutter button down halfway Press the shutter button down fully 2. - 41 - 43Photography (Auto Photography) Using the Viewfinder Get ready to take the photograph. Turn the LCD monitor OFF. ( Page 117) - 42 - 44Photography (Auto Photography) (continued) Press the shutter button down halfway Look through the viewfinder to compose the picture. , and press it down fully Using the LCD Monitor Get ready to take the photograph. - 43 - 45Photography (Auto Photography) (continued) Look at the image on the LCD monitor to compose the picture. Press the shutter button down halfway 1, and press it down fully 2. 46Setting the Image Size and Quality 48Taking Photographs in [ ] Mode (Auto Select mode) 49Taking Photographs in a Variety of Modes ([ ] Mode) [ ] is displayed on the LCD monitor. 50- 48 - Press to display option menu, press or to select options and press ENTER. 51[ ] Automatically adjusts the focus and exposure settings [ ] Portrait [ ] Landscape 52[ ] Sports Select this option to take photographs of fast-moving subjects. [ ] Night Select this option to take photographs of people against a dusk or night-time background. - 51 - 53[ ] 16-frame multi 54Zoom Photography Wide Tele Set the mode dial to [ ] or [ ]. Compose the picture using the Zoom switch key. - 53 - 55Zoom Photography (continued) Digital Zoom Photography - 54 - 56Changing the Focus Set the mode dial to [ ] [ ] or [ ]. Press the FOCUS button. - 55 - 57Self-timer Photography [No display] setting OFF [ 10s] 10 seconds [ 2s] 2 seconds - 56 - 58Photography Using the Flash Set the mode dial to [ ] or [ ]. Compose the picture. ( [ ] Forced flash [ ] Suppressed flash - 57 - 59Photography Using the Flash (continued) [ No display ] Auto [ ] Red-Eye Forced Flash [ ] Forced Flash [ ] Suppressed Flash - 58 - 60Manual Settings 64Photography in the Program Mode : possible X : not possible) O ( Pressing ENTER selects the setting. The camera is ready to take photographs. Compose the picture, press the shutter button down halfway, and press it down fully. Page 40 The camera takes the picture. - 63 - 65Photography in the Aperture-priority Mode 67Photography in the Shutter Speed-priority Mode 69Photography in the Full Manual Mode 70Extended Exposure Photography (Bulb Photography) 71Exposure Compensation 73Taking Shots With the Automatic Exposure Bracketing (AEB Photography) 74Taking Photographs Continuously (Burst Photography) 77Making Movies - 75 - To stop making movies, press the shutter button down fully again. - 76 - 78Changing the Preset Conditions (RECORDING MENU) Set the mode dial to [ ], [ ] or [ ]. Use or to select the desired item 1 and press . Use or to select the desired setting from the tab menu 2, and press - 77 - 79PREVIEW COLOR To quit the RECORDING MENU, press the MENU button. - 78 - 80ISO [ ] 81SHARPNESS CONTRAST DIGITAL ZOOM LCD 82Playing Back Photographed Images (Single-Frame Playback) Press or to move forward and reverse. - 81 - 83Playing Back Movies 85Displaying a List of Images (Thumbnail Display) Use , , or to move the cursor to select the image to be displayed at regular size. - 84 - 86Enlarging Photographed Images (Zoom Playback) To return to the regular display, press ENTER. Use or to select the frame you want to enlarge. Adjust the zoom ratio by the Zoom switch. (Zoom switch Page 21) Use , , or to select the area to enlarge. - 85 - 87Auto Playback (Slideshow) Use or to select [SLIDE SHOW] and press . To quit the slideshow, press ENTER. - 86 - 88Playback of Multi Image Pictures Use or to select the images photographed in the multi photography mode. Press the Zoom switch ( Page 21) towards T to begin playback. 89Erasing Images (Erase Frame) - 87 - When [ ] is selected, use or to select the image to be erased. Press the erase button. Use or to select [ ], and press ENTER. - 88 - 90Erasing Images (Erase Frame) (continued) To continue erasing images, repeat the above procedure from step 2. 91Erasing Folders (All Images in a Folder/All Folders) 93Formatting the SmartMedia 94About Folders 96Reducing the Image Size (Resize) 98Compressing Images (Quality) 100Copying Images 104Print Information 108Protecting Images The PLAYBACK MENU is displayed. This feature prevents images from being erased. Protecting an Image The last image frame or the thumbnail display appears on the LCD monitor. - 107 - 109Protecting Images (continued) Use or to select [PROTECT] and press . The PROTECT menu is displayed. Use or to select the desired image to protect, and press ENTER. - 108 - 110Protecting Images (continued) Removing the Protection Carry out step 5 in Protecting An Image ( Page 107). - 109 - Use or to select the item you want to set. 111Basic Settings ( mode) - 110 - Use or to change the setting in the tab menu, and press ENTER. To quit the SETUP MENU, change the mode dial setting. 112AUTO POWER OFF 113SOUND TIME & DATE Using or to select the item you want to set, and use or to set the value for each item. Select [OK] and press ENTER. - 112 - 114OSD LANGUAGE VIDEO OUT QUALITY 116SYSTEM INFO. 117Adjusting the LCD Monitor Brightness Use or to select [LCD ] and press . Use or to adjust the brightness. - 116 - 118Button and LCD Monitor Display (In Playback Mode) Press or to select the image. Press the display/info button. Standard Detailed information Image onlyHistogram - 117 - 119Button and LCD Monitor Display (In Photography Mode) <OSD full display> <OSD display off> <LCD monitor off> This item switches the display on the LCD monitor when taking photographs. Set the mode dial to [ ], [ ] or [ ]. Press the display/info button. Each press of the display/info button switches the display format as follows: OSD full display LCD monitor off OSD display off - 118 - 120Definitions of the Color of the Viewfinder LED 121Taking and Playing Back Photographs on a TV PC/AV terminal Connect the plug of the AV cable (provided) to the PC/AV terminal on the camera. Connect the plug of the AV cable to the video input terminal on the TV. - 120 - 122Taking and Playing Back Photographs on a TV (continued) Take photographs or play them back. Details of operation are the same as taking photographs and playing them back on the LCD monitor. How to play back images Page 80 - 121 - 123Transferring Images to a PC Using SmartMedia on a PC - 122 - 124Separately Sold Accessories 125Connecting to Other Devices 126Specifications 130Warnings and Messages Displayed on LCD Monitor 132Troubleshooting 135Glossary