Konica Minolta dimage z5 User Manual

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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  • Page 1Z5_cvr_OM_GB_r18r.qxd 29.03.2005 15:03 Uhr Seite 2 Konica Minolta Customer Support: www.konicaminoltasupport.com Konica Minolta Photo World: www.konicaminoltaphotoworld.com Become a member of...
  • Page 2Before you begin For proper and safe use Thank you for purchasing this digital camera. Please take the time to...
  • Page 3 CAUTION • Keep batteries or small parts that could be swallowed away from infants. Contact a doctor imme- •...
  • Page 4About this manual Viewing and rotating images ...................................................................................................31 Deleting single images ............................................................................................................31 The basic operation of this camera is covered...
  • Page 5 Color mode..............................................................................................................................65 Reset default ...........................................................................................................................97 Contrast...................................................................................................................................65 Audio signals ...........................................................................................................................99 Sharpness ...............................................................................................................................66 Focus signal ............................................................................................................................99 Custom key function ...............................................................................................................67 Shutter...
  • Page 6Names of parts * This camera is a sophisticated optical instrument. Care should be taken to keep these surfaces clean....
  • Page 7GETTING UP AND RUNNING Inserting batteries This digital camera uses four AA-size alkaline or Ni-MH batteries. Do not use other...
  • Page 8Battery condition indicator Connecting the optional AC adapter This camera is equipped with an automatic battery-condition indicator. When the camera...
  • Page 9Changing the memory card Turning on the camera and displays An SD Memory Card or MultiMediaCard must be inserted for...
  • Page 10: Names of partsSetting the date and time Setting the Menu language After initially inserting a memory card and batteries, the For customers...
  • Page 11BASIC RECORDING Recording images automatically This section covers the basic operation of this camera. Thoroughly Turn the exposure-mode dial to...
  • Page 12: Attaching the strap and lens cap Basic recording operation Automatic Digital Subject Program Selection The example uses auto recording. Except for movie recording, the operation...
  • Page 13: Inserting batteriesFocus lock Focus signals Focus lock prevents the AF system from focusing. This can be used with off-center subjects or...
  • Page 14: Auto power saveFlash modes Flash range - auto-recording mode 1 To use the built-in flash, simply raise it (1). Lower the flash...
  • Page 15: Connecting the optional AC adapteri+ button Digital subject programs Pressing the information (i ) button changes the monitor display. The display cycles among the...
  • Page 16: Changing the memory card BASIC PLAYBACK The histogram shows the luminance distribution of the image from black (left) to white (right). The 256...
  • Page 17: Turning on the camera and displaysi+ button Enlarged playback The information (i+) button controls the display format. Each time the button is pressed, the display...
  • Page 18: Setting the date and timeADVANCED RECORDING Macro This section cover the advanced recording features of this camera. Read the basic recording sec- Two macro...
  • Page 19: Setting the menu languageProgram (P) Exposure mode Shutter priority (S) Exposure mode The program exposure mode controls both the shutter speed and aperture...
  • Page 20: Using the zoom lensManual (M) Exposure mode NOISE REDUCTION Manual exposure mode allows individual selection of shutter speeds and aper- Noise can be...
  • Page 21: Recording images automaticallyMovie recording Exposure compensation This camera can record digital video with sound. Total recording time varies with The camera exposure...
  • Page 22: Basic recording operationFocus area selection Attaching an accessory flash Individual focus areas can be selected when recording still images. With auto recording...
  • Page 23: Automatic Digital Subject Program SelectionNavigating the recording menus The recording menu displayed varies with the position of the exposure-mode dial. There are four menus...
  • Page 24: Focus rangeDrive modes Self-timer The drive modes control the rate and method images are captured. Used for self-portraits, the self-timer will...
  • Page 25: Special focusing situationsUsing the Continuous-advance modes Continuous-advance notes The continuous-advance drive modes allow a series of images to be captured while holding...
  • Page 26: Flash modesUsing the progressive-capture mode The Progressive-Capture drive mode continuously records images When a series is captured, a thumbnail of each...
  • Page 27: Camera-shake warningBracketing The remaining number of frames in the bracket series is dis- played on the monitor next to the bracketing...
  • Page 28: Adjusting monitor brightnessImage size and image quality Changing image size affects the number of pixels in each Number of pixels Approximate file...
  • Page 29: Digital subject programsAuto DSP Automatic Digital Subject Program Selection can be temporarily Three options are available for the Anti-Shake system in section...
  • Page 30: Single-frame playback and histogram displayFocus modes Manual Focus This camera has autofocus and manual focus control. The focus mode is selected separately in the...
  • Page 31: Deleting single imagesWhite balance Custom White Balance White balance is the camera’s ability to make different types of lighting appear neutral. The...
  • Page 32: i+ buttonFull-time AF With full-time AF active, the autofocus systems continually focuses to keep the monitor image sharp. This also reduces...
  • Page 33: Enlarged playbackCamera Sensitivity - ISO Color Mode Five camera sensitivity settings can be selected: Auto, 50, 100, Sensitivity Auto The color...
  • Page 34: Recording mode displaySharpness Custom Key function Sharpness accents or softens details in an image in three levels: The function assigned to the...
  • Page 35: MacroQuality (MOVIE) Movies can be recorded at three size and quality combinations: Quality 640x480 STD. The performance of the memory...
  • Page 36: Aperture priority (A) exposure modeA SHORT GUIDE TO PHOTOGRAPHY Photography can be a rewarding pursuit. It is a broad and disciplined field that can...
  • Page 37: Shutter priority (S) exposure modeADVANCED PLAYBACK Capturing a movie frame The basic functions in this mode are described in the basic playback section on...
  • Page 38: Manual (M) exposure modeNavigating the playback menu To delete images on the memory card (p. 77). Pressing the menu button (1) turns the...
  • Page 39: Noise reductionFrame-selection screen Delete When a marked-frames setting is chosen on a menu, the frame selection screen will appear. This Deleting...
  • Page 40: Movie recordingFormat Lock Delete – Single, multiple, or all files can be locked. A locked file cannot be deleted by either...
  • Page 41: Exposure compensation Movie editing Preview edit. The edit-movie option in section 1 of the playback menu allows Press the center controller but-...
  • Page 42: Focus area selectionCopy and E-mail Copy Copy The copy function in section 1 of the playback menu (p. Delete – When the...
  • Page 43: Attaching an accessory flashSlide Show The controller can be used to control the presentation during playback. Section 2 of the playback menu controls...
  • Page 44: Navigating the recording menusAbout DPOF When the this-frame or all-frames setting is chosen, a screen appears requesting the number of copies of each...
  • Page 45Viewing images on a television SETUP MENU It is possible to view camera images on your television. The camera has...
  • Page 46: Drive modesNavigating the setup menu To set monitor brightness (p. 92). See page 89 on how to open the menu. The...
  • Page 47: Self-timerLCD Monitor Brightness Instant playback Monitor brightness can be adjusted in 11 levels. An image can be displayed on the...
  • Page 48: Using the continuous-advance modesLanguage The language used in the menus can be changed in section 1 of the setup menu. See page 19...
  • Page 49: Continuous-advance notesDate imprinting Reset default The date of recording can be printed directly on the image. The This function affects all...
  • Page 50: Using the progressive-capture mode Playback menu Audio signals Playback (Slide Show) All frames p. 84 Every time a button is pressed, an audio...
  • Page 51Video output Camera images can be displayed on a television (p. 88). The video Video output NTSC Zoom scale The...
  • Page 52: BracketingDATA-TRANSFER MODE Connecting the camera to a computer Read this section carefully before connecting the camera to a computer. Instructions...
  • Page 53: What is an Ev?When the USB connection is completed, a drive icon, or volume, appears in My Computer or the Connecting to Windows...
  • Page 54: Image size and image qualityManual Installation The add new hardware wizard will confirm the location of To install the Windows 98 driver manually, follow...
  • Page 55Memory card folder organization The number in the image file name may not correspond to the frame number of the...
  • Page 56: Anti-Shake systemDisconnecting the camera The hardware devices to be stopped will be dis- Never disconnect the camera when the access lamp...
  • Page 57Changing the memory card Uninstalling the driver software - Windows Never remove the card when the access lamp is red...
  • Page 58: AutofocusPictBridge No. of prints: 7 The number of prints in the print run are displayed as well as the Confirm...
  • Page 59: Manual focusNavigating the PictBridge menu The options that can be changed vary with the printer. Pressing the menu button (1) turns...
  • Page 60: Preset white balancePaper size Data print The paper size of the print can be specified. Paper size Printer setup Data can be...
  • Page 61: Custom white balanceAPPENDIX Pictures are Slow shutter speeds taken indoors or Use a tripod, change the camera Troubleshooting Pictures are in low-light...
  • Page 62: Flash compensationCare and storage LCD monitor care • The LCD monitor is manufactured using high-precision technology and more than 99.99% of...
  • Page 63: Metering modesMemory cards Before important events and journeys SD Memory Cards and MultiMediaCards are manufactured with precision electronic components. • Check...
  • Page 64: Flash range and camera sensitivityQuickTime system requirements This mark on your camera certifies that this camera meets the requirements of the EU QuickTime is...
  • Page 65: ContrastTechnical specifications CCD: 1/2.5-type interline primary-color CCD AV output: NTSC and PAL Number of effective pixels: 5.0 million Batteries: Four...
  • Page 66: SharpnessIndex Instant playback, 93 Preset white balance, 60 A mode, 36 Continuous advance, 48 ISO, 64 Program mode, 36 AC...
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