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ViviCam 7330

User's Manual

Notes on Batteries Usage

Carefully read and strictly observe the Safety Instructions and the notes described below:

Use only the specified batteries. Avoid extremely cold environments as low temperatures can shorten the battery life and reduce camera performance. This low temperature will also influence Alkaline battery performance, therefore Ni-MH rechargeable batteries are highly recommended. When you are using new rechargeable batteries or rechargeable batteries that have not been used for an extended period of time (batteries that have passed the expiration date are exceptions) it can affect the number of images that can be captured. To maximize their performance and lifetime, we recommend an initial full charge and discharge cycle. This will allow the full capacity to be used. The batteries may feel warm after a long period of continuous use of ViviCam 7330 or the flash. This is normal and not a malfunction. The camera may feel warm after a long period of continuous use. This is normal and not a malfunction. If the batteries are not to be used for a long period of time, remove it from the camera to prevent leakage or corrosion. If the batteries are not to be used for a long period of time, store it after no battery power is left. If the batteries are stored for a long time in a fully charged state, its performance may be impaired. Always keep the batteries terminals clean. There is a risk of explosion if the batteries are replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries according to the recycle instructions. Never use batteries of different types (together) or mix old and new batteries. Never use manganese batteries.

CONTENTSMOVIE MODE .............................. 28Recording Movie Clips ........................ 28 Playing Back Movie Clips .................... 28 Overview ................................................ 7 Package Contents ................................ 7

INTRODUCTION ............................ 7

GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VIVICAM 7330 ..................................... 8Front View ............................................. 8 Rear View .............................................. 9 Mode Dial ............................................ 10 LCD Monitor Information ................... 11

PLAYBACK MODE - ADVANCED FEATURES .................................. 29

Playing Back Still Images/Movie Clips on TV ......................................................... 29 Deleting Images/Movie Clips ............. 30 Protecting Images/Movie Clips .......... 31

PREPARING YOUR VIVICAM 7330............................................................... 13 Preparation ........................................... 13 LED Indicators .................................... 14

TRANSFERRING RECORDED IMAGES AND VIDEOS TO YOUR COMPUTER ................................. 32Downloading Your Files ....................... 32

Using the AC Adapter (Optional Accessory) ........................................... 14

GETTING STARTED .................... 15Turning the Power On/Off ................. Choosing the Screen Language ........ Setting the Date and Time ................. Formatting an SD Memory Card or Internal Memory .................................. 15 15 16 16

EDITING SOFTWARE INSTALLATION ........................... 33 INSTALLING ADOBE ACROBAT READER ........................................ 34 USER MANUAL ............................ 34

USING THE DIGITAL CAMERA AS A PC CAMERA ................................ 35Step 1: Install the PC camera driver . 35 Step 2: Connect the digital camera to your computer ...................................... 36 Step 3: Run your application software (i.e. Yahoo Messenger) ....................... 36

PHOTOGRAPHY MODE .............. 17Shooting Images ................................ 17 Setting Image Resolution and Quality 18 Using the Zoom Function .................. 19 Using the Flash .................................. 20 Setting Focus ...................................... 21

MENU OPTIONS .......................... 37

CAPTURE MODE ......................... 22Burst ..................................................... Auto Bracket ......................................... Self-Timer ............................................ Adjusting the Exposure (EV Compensation) ................................... Viewing Images .................................. Magnifying Images ............................. Thumbnail Display ............................... Slideshow Display .............................. Resizing an Image ............................... 22 22 23 24 25 26 26 27 27

Camera Menu ...................................... 37 Movie Menu ......................................... 40 Playback Menu ................................... 41 Setup Menu .......................................... 43

SPECIFICATIONS ........................ 45

TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ..... 46

PLAYBACK MODE - THE BASICS 25

POSSIBLE NUMBER OF RECORDABLE IMAGES ............. 47

CONNECTING TO A PICTBRIDGE-COMPATIBLE PRINTER ...................................... 48

INTRODUCTIONOverview

Thank you for purchasing the new ViviCam 7330! Equipped with a 7.0 Mega pixel CCD sensor, your camera delivers high quality, 3072 x 2304 resolution images.

Package Contents

Carefully unpack your kit box and ensure that you have the following items. In the event that any item is missing or if you find any mismatch or damage, promptly contact your dealer. Common Product Components: s ViviCam 7330 digital camera s User's Manual s Software CD-ROM s Camera Strap s Camera Pouch s AV Cable s USB Cable s Ba tteries

Common (Optional) Accessories: s AC power adapter s SD memory card

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Accessories and components may vary by retailer.

GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VMCAM 7330

Front View

1. Shutter release button 6. Self-timer LED 7. Power switch 8. Mode dial 9. Microphone

2. Flash 3. PC / AV terminal 4. DC input terminal 5. Lens

Rear View

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1. LED indicator 2. $ / Q Zoom in (telephoto) button $4$! Zoom out (wide-angle) button 3. MENU button 14. QPlayback button 15. A Arrow button (Up) v Self-timer button Arrow button (Right) 16. k% Focus 17. Arrow button (Down) Exposure compensation button

8. Strap holder 9. OK button IOI button 10. Arrow button (Left) Flash button 11. Delete button 12. Battery / card cover 13. LCD monitor 14.Tripod socket

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Mode DialYou can select from seven shooting modes and setup mode to achieve the desired effect.

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Mode Program Portrait Landscape Sports Night Setup Videoa

Description Select this mode to permit the ISO, EV, and White Balance to be set manually. Select this mode to make people stand out with the background out-of-focus. Select this mode to take photographs of distant scenery or landscapes. Select this mode to shoot fast moving objects. Select this mode to take photographs of people against a dusk or night-time background. Select this mode to adjust the camera settings. Select this mode to record video clips. Select this mode to adjust point-and-shoot action.

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Using the Mode Dial 1. Rotate the mode dial to the desired mode and turn ViviCam 7330 on by pressing the power switch. 2. Compose your subject within the focus frame. When you press the shutter release button down half way, the camera's Auto Focus feature automatically focuses the image. Proper exposure is determined and locked at the same time. 3. Press the shutter release button all the way down to capture the image.

LCD Monitor Informations Camera Mode 1. Mode indication [ P ] Program Mode [ ] Portrait Mode [ A ] Landscape Mode [ ] Sport Mode [ *) ] Night Mode [ ] Movie Mode [ A ] Auto Mode 2. Flash mode [ ] Auto [ ] Red eye [ ' Flash on [ Flash off 3. Capture mode [ ] Single [ ] Burst [ ] AEB [ ] 2 sec. Self-timer [ ] 10 sec. Self-timer [ ] 10+2 sec. Self-timer 4. Focus mode [ o] Standard [ Macro [ A ] Infinity 5. Possible number of shots 6. Memory status : Built-in memory (without card) : SD memory card 7. Battery and AC adapter [ ] Full battery power [ ] Medium battery power [1 =1] Low battery power [ o ] No battery power [:1,. ] AC adapter

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8. Image Size [ ] 3072 x 2304 [ ] 2592x1944 [ ] 2048 x 1536 [I ] 1280x960 [ [', ]640x480 9. Image quality [ ** ] Fine [ ** ] Normal [ * ] Economy 10. White balance [ ] Auto [ 4: ] Daylight [46). ] Cloudy [ A, ] Tungsten [ 4 ] Fluorescent 11. ISO sensitivity ] Auto Lo ] 64 10~0 ]100 z~ ] 200 12. EV compensation 13. Focus area 14. Zoom bar

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Movie Mode Movie mode Flash mode Recordable movie time available Memory status Battery power and AC adapter indicator 6. Focus area 7. Zoom bar

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Image Playback Playback mode Number of image Memory status Battery power and AC adapter indicator Index number of total number Protect indicator Date Time EV compensation ISO sensitivity White balance Image quality Recorded pixels Movie Playback Playback mode Movie mode Number of movie Memory status Battery power and AC adapter indicator Index number of total number Elapsed time Date Time Play/Pause indicator

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PREPARING YOUR VMCAM 7330Preparation1. Attach the camera strap. 2. Open the battery/SD memory card cover. 3. Insert the batteries with correct orientation as shown. 4. Insert an SD memory card (Optional). ViviCam 7330 has 22MB internal memory for image storage