Epson 3100Z manual

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    CPD-12424 Quic k Ref erence Guide Optional Lenses and Filters Includes lens adapter for optional 49 [...]

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    IMPO RT ANT NO TIC E DI S CL A I ME R O F WAR RA NTY E pso n Am eri ca ma kes n o r ep res en ta[...]

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    Quic k R efe ren c e Gui de Th is bo ok prov i des a q u ic k re fe re nc e t o us i ng [...]

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    Conte nts Insta lling Batter ies 1 Camera Dia l Settings 3 Stat us Displa y Panel 4 Formatting Y[...]

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    1 Inst alli ng Bat teri es Y our ca mera i ncl ude s a s et of ne w a lkali ne ba tteri es. See [...]

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    2 3 Insert fou r batteri es into th e compar tment, positi oning the + and − ends as s hown be[...]

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    3 Camer a Dial Setting s T o tu rn o n th e c amer a, remove th e lens cap, then press the POWER [...]

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    4 St atus Di spl ay P anel These set tings a ppear on the stat us disp lay panel on t he top[...]

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    5 * The Unco mpresse d Tiff set ting must be ena bled in t he Sh ot Set up me nu. S ee you r [...]

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    6 For mat ting Y ou r C omp actF lash Memory Card T o take photos, a Compac tFlash ™ memor y[...]

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    7 6 P ress the bu tton next to ME MO RY CA RD FORMAT . Y o u se e a w a rn i n g me ss a ge [...]

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    8 2 P ush i n the ej ect button to relea se the c ard. Th en pull the card out and close the cove[...]

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    9 1 Place you r fi nger behind th e memor y ca rd cover latch a nd p ull th e c over open. 2 Mak[...]

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    10 T ak ing P icture s Y ou can ta ke p ictures u sing th e view finder or you can take pi ctur[...]

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    11 T aking Pictures Wit h the V iewfin der Use t h e c am e r a ’ s v iewfind er to captu re[...]

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    12 NOTE To ch ange th e progr amme d subject sett ing ( when t he user mo de is se t to Pr ogr a[...]

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    13 T aking Pictures Wit h the LC D Screen The LCD s creen lets you s ee a live preview o f w h[...]

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    14 This exampl e shows how th e LCD scre en look s in Prog ram u ser mo de. The scre en looks [...]

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    15 5 Center your subject o n the s creen, th e n pr ess the shu tter button half way down to lock[...]

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    16 F rom the confir mation scre en, you can do the fol lowing: ◗ P ress the bu tton next to Delet[...]

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    17 1 P r ess th e POWE R butto n and turn t he camera dial to . Y ou see t he pla yback scre[...]

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    18 Sel ectin g Photos to Prin t The ca mera incl ud es PRI NT Imag e Matchi ng , ™ whic h g i[...]

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    19 Ca ptu r in g Vi de o Cl i ps M ake su re t h e l en s c ap is no t o n t he came ra . T o [...]

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    20 5 P ress the shutter button to begi n recording your video cl ip . T o s top the r e cor din[...]

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    21 3 P ress the bu tton next to Video Clip . Y ou see a video clip play back screen: 4 P ress[...]

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    22 T ips for Getti ng G rea t Pic tures From Y our Camera Here are some ti ps to help yo u sele[...]

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    23 ◗ If the sky h as compl ete clo ud cover , you ma y want t o avoid taki ng la ndsca pe p hoto[...]

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    24 ◗ T r y th e spot me teri ng se tti ng. Be sure to c enter you r subject when locki ng the[...]

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    Using the LCD SETUP and View Screens Y our Camera Manual 12 3 4 SETUP Menu Press the POWER button t[...]

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    CPD-12424 Quic k Ref erence Guide Optional Lenses and Filters Includes lens adapter for optional 49 [...]

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    Using the LCD SETUP and View Screens Y our Camera Manual 12 3 4 SETUP Menu Press the POWER button t[...]