Epson 750Z manual

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    A B User’s Guid e Lil y -fm.f m Pa g e i Tu e sd ay, A pri l 6, 19 99 3:3 0 P M[...]

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    A B FCC COMPLIANCE STA TEMENT FO R AMER ICAN USER S This equip ment has been tested and found to [...]

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    ii IMPORT ANT N O TI C E DISCLAIM E R OF WARR ANTY Epson America makes no repres entation s or wa[...]

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    iii A B Introducti on PhotoPC 750Z Fe atures 2 Opti onal Ac cessori es 3 Minimum Sy stem Requi re[...]

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    iv Erasing Pictures 2-7 Erasing the Currently Displayed Picture 2-7 Selecting Picture s to Eras[...]

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    v A B 5 Editing I mages Viewing and Sele cting Images 5-2 Applying Q uick Fix 5-3 Correcting an [...]

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    vi Copyi ng To and From a Memo ry Card 8-7 9 Printing Dir ectly From the Camera Uploading Dire[...]

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    Int roduc tion 1 A B our ne w EPSON  PhotoPC  750Z is a high resolution, Y easy-to-use d[...]

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    2 Intro duction Your PhotoPC 750Z come s complete with cables, batteries, battery charger, camera[...]

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    Int roduc tion 3 A B Your cam era comes with the Phot oPC 750Z software s uite, which includ es t[...]

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    4 Introduc tion Minimum System Requirements To transfer images to your computer and edit them, [...]

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    Int roduc tion 5 A B The foll owing tables li st the contact info rmation: To speak to a techni c[...]

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    6 Intro duction Software Support If you a re having proble ms with a softw are applicati on inclu[...]

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    Int roduc tion 7 A B ◗ To preve nt fire or expl osion, do not use the camera or battery ch ar[...]

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    8 Intro duction ◗ Remove b a tterie s and/or unplug the ca mera and the AC adapter and refer se[...]

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    Using Advanc ed Camera Fe atures 1- 1 A B 1 . 1 Jim Jackson’s Auto Sales • 1995 Mitsubishi [...]

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    1-2 Using Adv anced Camera Features T aking Pictures With the T imer Setting the ti mer creates a[...]

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    Using Advanced Camera Features 1-3 A B 1 2 Press the Mode button on the back of the camera. Fo[...]

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    1-4 Using Adv anced Camera Features The wo rd PANORA MA appear s briefl y on your s creen and bl[...]

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    Using Advanced Camera Features 1-5 A B 1 T aking Digital Zoom Pictures Digital zoom pictures are m[...]

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    1-6 Using Adv anced Camera Features 2 Press the SEL (select) bu tton. Blue menu icons appear a[...]

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    Using Advanced Camera Features 1-7 A B 1 Continuous Sh ooting In this mode , you can take two stan[...]

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    1-8 Using Adv anced Camera Features 4 Press button until cont/quick is s elected and then [...]

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    Using Advanced Camera Features 1-9 A B 1 3 Follow ste ps 1 through 5 on page 1-8 to select conti[...]

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    1-10 Us i ng Advanced Camera Features 3 Press th e SEL butto n to d ispl ay the me n u opt ion [...]

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    Using Advanced C amera Features 1-11 A B 1 3 Press the SEL button t o display the menu options: [...]

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    1-12 Using Advanced Camera Features However, you can have the camera use a fixed whit e balance [...]

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    Using Advanced C amera Features 1-13 A B 1 An arrow appears next to the WB (white balance) symbo[...]

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    1-14 Using Advanced Camera Features 8 Focus the camera on a piece of white paper, or s ome othe[...]

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    Using Advanced C amera Features 1-15 A B 1 3 Press the SEL button t o display the me nu options,[...]

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    1-16 Using Advanced Camera Features Press to make the image one ha lf step darker (–0.5); pr[...]

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    Using Advanced C amera Features 1-17 A B 1 5 Press to hi ghlight the sensitivity icon and clic[...]

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    1-18 Using Advanced Camera Features 3 Press the SEL button to display the menu options: 4 If t[...]

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    Playing Back Phot os 2-1 A B 2 . 2 he LCD screen l ets you play ba ck your pictures one- T by-on[...]

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    2-2 P laying Ba ck Photos Usi ng the Play back Mo de Follow the se steps to use the ca mera’s [...]

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    Playing Back Photos 2- 3 A B 2 Inf ormat ion (turn off the dis play of information on played-bac[...]

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    2-4 Playing Bac k Photos Press the butto n to display the earliest picture taken. You can cont[...]

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    Playing Back Photos 2- 5 A B 2 5 To switch back to displaying one picture at a time, follow steps[...]

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    2-6 P laying Ba ck Photos 2 Press the or button unt il you see the Informa tion menu. 3 Pres[...]

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    Playing Back Photos 2- 7 A B 2 4 Use the and buttons to move the display lef t or right. To[...]

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    2-8 P laying Ba ck Photos Selecting Pictures to Erase You select pictures to eras e using the Pho[...]

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    Playing Back Photos 2- 9 A B 2 6 Press the SEL but ton. An o range f rame app ears ar ound the [...]

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    2-10 Playing Back Photos 3 Press the butto n until Lock i s highlighted in orange, then press [...]

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    Playing Back Pho tos 2-11 A B 2 8 Press the SEL button t o lock the images. 9 Press ESC until y[...]

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    2-12 Playing Back Photos 5 Press the SEL button, the n press the or button to move throug[...]

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    Playing Back Pho tos 2-13 A B 2 2 Open the camera’s connector cover and connect the black e nd [...]

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    2-14 Playing Back Photos 5 Turn the camera dial to Play . The last picture yo u took appears[...]

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    Gett ing Photo s Into Applic ations and Documents 3- 1 A B 3 . hotoPC 750Z pr ovides several me[...]

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    3-2 Getting Photos Into Applica tions and Documents 3 Choose EPSON PhotoPC 750Z -60 0 as the T[...]

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    Getting Photos Into Application s and Documents 3-3 A B 3 7 After transferring, click Erase Photos[...]

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    3-4 Getting Photos Into Applications a nd Documents 3 Click the Export Photos button. The Save [...]

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    Getting Photos Into Application s and Documents 3-5 A B 3 Here are some of the addit ional things[...]

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    3-6 Getting Photos Into Applica tions and Documents 2 Check the cable and make sure the connecti[...]

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    Gett i ng Photos Into Applicati ons and Documents 3- 7 A B 3 3 Sele ct the point wher e yo u[...]

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    3-8 Get t ing P hotos Into Ap p licat i ons and Documents NO TE In some appl icati ons, you can[...]

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    Getting Photos Into Application s and Documents 3-9 A B 3 Or, from the Image Expert screen, click[...]

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    3-10 Gett ing Photos Into Applications and Documents 8 Release the mouse button. The picture ap[...]

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    Getting Photos Into Ap plications and Documents 3-11 A B 3 3 Choose one of the followi ng opti[...]

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    3-12 Gett ing Photos Into Applications and Documents 3 Click the pi cture you want t o use. Witho[...]

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    Workin g With Pho tos and Al bums 4-1 A B 4 8 6. 4 ou can use Image Exp ert albums to organize[...]

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    4-2 Wo rking With Photos and Album s Us ing Al bums Imag e Ex pert al bums p rovi de a conv eni [...]

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    Working With Photos a nd Albums 4-3 A B 4 5 When the second album is highlighted, let go of the [...]

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    4-4 Work ing With Photos and Albums 2 Clic k th e Prop erties bu tto n or sele ct Pro pert ie[...]

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    Working With Photos a nd Albums 4-5 A B 4 Follow thes e steps to print: 1 Open the image or album[...]

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    4-6 Wo rking With Photos and Album s F oll ow th ese st eps : 1 Clic k th e Print Setup button [...]

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    Working With Photos a nd Albums 4-7 A B 4 Adding T ext If you want to have image labe ls or page [...]

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    4-8 Working With Photos and Albums Choosing Album Images If you’re printi ng a n album, I mage [...]

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    Working With Photos and Albums 4- 9 A B 4 The o ther ima ges fade out, and t he sizi ng tool s on[...]

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    4-1 0 Workin g With Phot os and Albums 2 Click the Record button on the left side of your scr[...]

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    Working With Photos an d Albums 4-11 A B 4 You c an also s elect th e image with sound and use [...]

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    4-12 Working With Phot os and Albums 2 Sele ct D e lete An notat ion s f rom th e E dit men u. [...]

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    Working With Photos an d Albums 4-13 A B 4 The annota tions don’t appear in othe r applic a[...]

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    4-1 4 Working W ith Photos and Albums Displaying A lbums as Slide Show s With Windo ws, when you [...]

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    Working With Phot os and Albums 4- 1 5 A B 4 ◗ To play the slide show only o nce, click Cont [...]

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    4-16 Working With Phot os and Albums Fo r Ma cint osh , the ima ge is set a s th e des ktop b[...]

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    Working With Photos an d Albums 4-17 A B 4 You see t he following dia log box: 4 Make s ure your [...]

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    4-1 8 Workin g With Phot os and Albums Sendin g Pictures and Sound by E-mail You can send a pic[...]

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    Working With Photos an d Albums 4-19 A B 4 6 When your e -mail is ready, click wha tever button y[...]

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    Editi ng Images 5- 1 A B 5 35 . 5 ou can edit your images to enhance their appearance, Y crop[...]

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    5-2 Editing Im ages V iewing and Selecting Images When you r image is displayed in an albu m, y[...]

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    Edit ing Images 5- 3 A B 5 Applying Quick Fix The easiest way to i mp rove your im a ge is to hav[...]

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    5-4 Editin g Images Click the tabs at the top of the screen to make these kinds of correcti[...]

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    Edit ing Images 5- 5 A B 5 Cropping an Image If you want to save on ly p art of your im age, use [...]

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    5-6 Editing Im ages Choose Resize from the Image me nu. You see a dialog box like the fo llo [...]

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    Edit ing Images 5- 7 A B 5 A rectangula r outline o f your image an d an arrow appe ar, as show[...]

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    5-8 Editing Im ages Click the tabs at the to p of the screen to add these effects: ◗ Ripples [...]

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    Edit ing Images 5- 9 A B 5 Picture-T aking T ips Use a tripod if possi ble. If you don’t have [...]

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    5-10 Editing Images 4 You can use any of the fo llowing options f or your stitch: ◗ To re move[...]

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    Editing Im ages 5-11 A B 5 Your image seems to have parts out of place. ◗ Check your arrangement[...]

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    5-12 Editing Images pictures. If this happens, try taking a new set of pictures, making sure to [...]

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    Using Custom and Advanced Features 6-1 A B 6 . hen the camera is connected to your computer, W yo[...]

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    6-2 Using Cu stom and Advanced Features NOTE If yo u have th e optiona l AC adapte r, you c an sa[...]

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    Using Custom and Advanced Features 6-3 A B 6 6 Click Continuou s Update to activate the li ve prev[...]

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    6-4 Using Cu stom and Advanced Features Follow thes e steps: 1 Click Self Timer . You s ee the [...]

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    Using Custom and Advanced Features 6-5 A B 6 2 Click the Cont r ols tab. Yo u see a d ialog box l[...]

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    6-6 Using C ustom and Adva n ced Features Ad just ing Camer a Settin gs Fr om Y our Compute r [...]

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    Using Cus tom a nd Advanced F ea tures 6- 7 A B 6 ◗ Typ e in th e Com put er Time and Ca mera[...]

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    6-8 Using Cu stom and Advanced Features Changing Settings With EPSON Photo!2 When you’ re usin[...]

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    Using Custom and Advanced Features 6-9 A B 6 Enter new values f or the settings, or click Copy fro[...]

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    6-10 Using Custom and Advanced Features 4 Follow the instructions below for the sett ings you wa[...]

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    Using Custom and Advanced Features 6-11 A B 6 Setting the Alert Beep The camera ’s alert beep l[...]

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    6-12 Using Custom and Advanced Features Setting the Power Mode Your camera is set at the factor y [...]

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    Using Your Camera for Presentations 7-1 A B 7 . ou can conn ect your camera to a mul timedia proj[...]

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    7-2 Using Y our Camera for Presentations Uploa d ing E xisting Images Fr om Y our Wi ndow s PC[...]

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    Using Your Camera for P resentations 7-3 A B 7 3 Select the form at of the images yo u want to[...]

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    7-4 Using Your Camera for Presentations 6 Click the Select Ca mera button, choose your camera, [...]

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    Using Your Camera for P resentations 7-5 A B 7 The i mages are uploaded t o the dest ination y o[...]

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    7-6 Using Your Camera for Presentations 5 When you fini sh selecting image f iles, click Done to[...]

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    Using Your Camera for P resentations 7-7 A B 7 10 Click Up l oad . The Upload/Co py Photos dia l[...]

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    7-8 Using Your Camera for Presentations Capturing Windows Screens Before you start, make sure th[...]

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    Using Your Camera for P resentations 7-9 A B 7 5 Click Start to activate the key combination. W[...]

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    7-10 Using Your Camera for Presentations Make sure the camera is conne cted to your Macintosh, the[...]

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    Using Your Camera for Presentation s 7-11 A B 7 Follow thes e steps: 1 Make sur e your camer a and[...]

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    Using Co mpactFlash Memory Cards 8- 1 A B 8 . our 8MB ATA -compatible Compa ctFlash card Y increa[...]

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    8-2 Using CompactFlash Memo ry Cards ◗ Getting images from a card to your computer ◗ Getting[...]

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    Using Compac tFlash Memory Cards 8- 3 A B 8 Formatting a Memory Card Most ATA Compact Flash ca r[...]

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    8-4 Using CompactFlash Memory Ca rds NOTE If you hav e problem s forma tting or us ing a memo ry [...]

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    Using Compac tFlash Memory Cards 8- 5 A B 8 NOTE If you don ’t have a PCMC IA ada pter, you ca [...]

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    8-6 Using CompactFlash Memo ry Cards ◗ In Window s NT 3.51, use the Windows Fi le Manager to [...]

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    Using Compac tFlash Memory Cards 8- 7 A B 8 5 Press ESC to return to the Photo Control menu. [...]

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    8-8 Using CompactFlash Memo ry Cards 5 Press the SEL button, the n press the or button to [...]

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    Print ing Directly F rom the Came ra 9- 1 A B 9 . our PhotoPC 750Z camera le ts y ou print your pi[...]

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    9-2 Printing D irectly From the Camera NO TE The D irect Pr int prog ram is desig ned to work wi[...]

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    Printing Directly From the Camera 9- 3 A B 9 You see t he EPSON Program Upload er window: The Dir[...]

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    9-4 Printing Directly From the Camera Connecting th e Camera to the Printer Before you start, [...]

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    Printing Directly From the Camera 9- 5 A B 9 4 Line up the arrow on the cabl e connector with th[...]

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    9-6 Printing Directly From the Camera Printing You can p rint any selecte d image(s) or all the [...]

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    Printing Directly From the Camera 9- 7 A B 9 Load your paper in the printer f ollowing the instru[...]

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    9-8 Printing Directly From the Camera Repeat this step fo r as many images as you wa nt to print.[...]

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    Printing Directly From the Camera 9- 9 A B 9 7 Press the SEL button t o go to the next paper men[...]

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    9-10 Printing Dir e ctly From the Camera 10 Press the button to highlight the Color op tion a [...]

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    Printing Directly Fr om the Camer a 9-11 A B 9 Producing Y our Printout When you’re rea dy to p[...]

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    9-12 Printing Dir e ctly From the Camera This section prov ides an overview of ho w to print card[...]

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    Printing Directly Fr om the Camer a 9-13 A B 9 Printing Album Images This layout a llow s you to[...]

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    9-14 Printing Dire ctly From the Camera 5 If you want to print t h e time e a ch photo was taken[...]

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    Printing Directly Fr om the Camer a 9-15 A B 9 NOTE Don’ t use t he Stick ers4 layout o ption [...]

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    9-16 Printing Dir e ctly From the Camera Printing a Contact Sheet The inde x layout allows you to[...]

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    Printing Directly Fr om the Camer a 9-17 A B 9 5 Go to the Col or menu and se lect the color form[...]

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    9-18 Printing Dir e ctly From the Camera Removing Dire ct Print If you installed Direct Print an[...]

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    Printing Directly Fr om the Camer a 9-19 A B 9 Check Pr inter Connect ion or Printe r Erro r. P[...]

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    Maintenanc e and Troubl eshooting 10-1 A B 10 Maintenance and T roubleshooting . our PhotoPC 750Z[...]

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    10-2 Maintenance and Troubleshooting ◗ If necessary, clean the battery contacts with a dry clo [...]

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    Maintenanc e and Troub leshooting 10 -3 A B 10 You can’t take a pictur e with the camera. ◗ Th[...]

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    10-4 Maintenance and Troubleshooting The icon appears on the LCD sc reen when you tak e a pic[...]

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    Maintenanc e and Troub leshooting 10 -5 A B 10 ◗ Check the serial port sett ings in your Image E[...]

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    10-6 Maintenance and Troubleshooting You are una ble to drag and drop photos into a documen t . [...]

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    Maintenanc e and Troub leshooting 10 -7 A B 10 You get a TWAIN error messa ge when you try to tr[...]

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    10-8 Maintenance and Troubleshooting 3 Insert the CompactFlash card wi th a PCMCIA adapter. The[...]

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    Maintenanc e and Troub leshooting 10 -9 A B 10 When you preview images on your computer, they loo[...]

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    10-1 0 Maintenance and T roubleshooti ng ◗ When you focus on a nearby object, yo ur picture’s [...]

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    Maintenance and Troubl eshooting 10-11 A B 10 A hori zontal or vertica l red lin e appe ars on [...]

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    Optional Accessories A-1 A B A ou can use th e PhotoPC 750Z wi th a variety of options. Y To sav[...]

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    A-2 Optional Accessories Using the Opti onal AC Ad apter The AC ad apter (B867038) all ows you to[...]

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    Optional Accessories A-3 A B A 2 Find the openi ng for the tripod screw on the bo ttom of your ca[...]

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    Speci ficati ons B-1 A B B Camera Physical Dimensions Safety Specificati ons Width 5.41 in ( 137.[...]

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    B-2 Specifications T echnical Environmental Product type 1.25 megapixel CCD (charged coupled d[...]

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    Speci ficati ons B-3 A B B Photographic Len s f = 5.2 to 15. 6 mm (e quiv alent t o a 3 4 to [...]

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    B-4 Specifications Flash range: Camera Picture Capacity *Without Direct Print softw are installed.[...]

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    Speci ficati ons B-5 A B B Optiona l AC Adap ter Physical Dimensions T echnical Width 1 .97 inch[...]

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    Index 1 A B A AC adapter, 3, A-1 to A-2, B -5 Accessories, 3, A-1 to A-2 Acqui ring ph otos, T W[...]

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    2 Ind ex Color correcting, 5-3 to 5-4 Color depth, 5-12 CompactFlash me mory cards capacity, 8-2[...]

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    Index 3 A B EPSON Photo!2 support, 6 using, 3-3 to 3 -6 Equalization, 5-4 Erasing pictures from c[...]

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    4 Index Ima ge Exper t (continued) resizing images, 5-5 to 5-6 resolution, changing, 5 -5 to 5-[...]

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    Index 5 A B N Negative images, 5-8 Night photograph y, 1-16 to 1-18 P Panorama/zo om menu, 1-3 to[...]

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    6 Ind ex Pictures capturing from computer, 6-1 to 6-5 close-up, 1-2 color correcting, 5-3 to 5 [...]

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    Index 7 A B Printing di rectly from camera album, 9-13 to 9-14 cards, 9- 11 to 9-12 contact shee[...]

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    8 Ind ex SoundAdvice , 5 Special e ffects, 5-7 to 5-8 Specifica tions, B-1 to B-5 Stitching p a n[...]

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    A B EPSON AMERIC A, INC. LIMITED WARRANTY What is Covere d: Epson America, Inc. (“EPSON”) warra[...]

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    C Lily.book Page C Tuesday, March 2, 1999 4:06 PM[...]