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1.e camera is powered by two AAA alkaline, lithium, or NiMh batteries (not included). Insert batteries
into the compartment, with the springs in contact with the negative (flat) end of each battery. A power
meter on the left center of the display indicates battery condition.
2. Insert an SD card ("upside down" with metal contacts facing up) in the slot if greater storage is desired.
You may use SD cards (not MMC cards) up to 1 GB capacity. e camera has 8 MB of internal memory
which can hold over 100 photos, so a card is not necessary. However, the internal memory contents will be
lost if the batteries are removed or die-unlike photos stored on an SD memory card. A 256 MB standard
speed SD card is available in most consumer electronics or computer stores and a is good choice for your
3. Press and hold the MODE button until the camera turns on. e camera will turn off automatically after
about one minute if no buttons are pressed. Note: when the camera is connected to a computer via the supplied
USB cable, the camera will power on automatically, and draw power from the computer with no battery drain.
4. Hold the ImageView steady and press SNAP to take a picture (or start/stop shooting a video, when the
camera is in video mode). e camera focus is preset to take sharp photos from appoximately 35 feet to
5. When using a tripod, you can help avoid the effects of camera shake by plugging the supplied remote
shutter release into the jack next to the SD card slot, and using the button on the remote rather than SNAP
to take photos.
Setup and Basic Operation