Ricoh – G800 – Software User Guide

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Software User Guide
� Read all safety precautions thoroughly to ensure safe use.
� What applications are present on your computer depends on the method used to install software from
the camera’s internal memory. See the “Camera User Guide” for details.
� This software is for use with Windows only. For more information, see the “Camera User Guide” .2
U sing T hese Manuals
The following two manuals are supplied with the
camera.
1. Understanding How to Use Y our
Camera
“Camera User Guide” (Printed Manual)
This guide explains the usage and functions of
the camera. You will also see how to install the
provided software on your computer.
Camera User Guide
The serial number of this product
is given on the bottom face of the
camera.
Basic Operations
If you are using the camera for the first time, read this section.
This section provides a basic overview of how to turn on the camera, take
pictures and play back pictures.
Advanced Operations
Read this section when you want to learn more about the different camera
functions.
This section provides more detailed information about the functions used to
take pictures and play back pictures, as well as information on how to customize
the camera settings, print pictures, and use the camera with a computer.
The rechargeable battery needs to be charged before use. The battery is not
charged at the time of purchase.
2. Downloading Images to Y our
Computer
“Software User Guide”
*This Manual (This File)
This guide explains how to download images
from the camera to your computer.
How to Use the Software User
Guide
Displa y e xamples:
The display examples may be different from actual
display screens.
T erms:
In this guide, still images and movies are
referred to as “images” or “files” .
S ymbols:
This guide uses the following symbols and
conventions:
This indicates important notices and restrictions
for using this camera.
This indicates supplementary explanations and
useful tips about camera operations.
This indicates page(s) relevant to a particular
function. “GP . xx” is used to refer you to pages
in this manual.
This indicates terms that are useful for
understanding the explanations.3
Contents
Using These Manuals ……………………………………………2
How to Use the Software User Guide ………………….2
C ontents ………………………………………………………………..3
Chapter 1 Downloading Images to Your
Computer
Downloading Images …………………………………………..5
Downloading Images Without Using DL-10 ……….6
Downloading All Images Using the DL-10
Software ………………………………………………………………..7
Security Alerts (Windows Vista Service Pack 2) …..8
Security Alerts (Windows 7 and Windows 8.1) ……8
Disconnecting the Camera …………………………………..8
Detailed Instructions for DL-10 ……………………………8
Starting/Exiting DL-10 ……………………………………………. 8
The DL-10 Window …………………………………………………. 9
How to Use the [Option settings] ………………………… 10
How to Use the [Background illustration settings] … 11
Using [CameraMemo Settings] ……………………………. 11
Downloading Images from an SD Memory
Card ……………………………………………………………………. 12
Images in an SD Memory Card …………………………….. 12
Chapter 2 How to Use EC1
Using the Edit Detection Function …………………… 14
Updating Folder Contents ……………………………………. 14
Chapter 3 Shooting with Camera Memos
Section 1 About Camera Memos
Shooting with Camera Memos…………………………. 16
Memos …………………………………………………………………… 16
Using Memos ………………………………………………………… 17
Section 2 Creating and Transferring a Memo
List
Creating a Camera Memo List ………………………….. 19
The List Editor Dialog ……………………………………………. 19
Using the List Editor ……………………………………………… 20
Transferring a Memo List File to the Camera …… 21
The List Editor ……………………………………………………….. 21
Card Readers …………………………………………………………. 22
Deleting Memo List Files From Memory Cards …… 22
Section 3 Taking Pictures with Memos
Recording Memos with Pictures ………………………. 23
Adding Memos to New Pictures ………………………….. 23
Choosing Descriptions …………………………………………. 24
Viewing Memos ………………………………………………… 26
Viewing Memos ……………………………………………………. 26
Editing Memos ……………………………………………………… 26
Creating a Temporary Memo ……………………………. 27
Creating a Temporary Memo ……………………………….. 27
Editing the Temporary Memo ………………………………. 28
Creating a Temporary Memo from an Existing
Memo ……………………………………………………………………. 28
Memo Increment ………………………………………………. 29
Using Memo Increment ……………………………………….. 29
Using Memo Increment with Temporary Memos … 30
Voice Memos……………………………………………………… 30
Recording Voice Memos ……………………………………….. 30
Playing Voice Memos ……………………………………………. 31
Re-recording Voice Memos ………………………………….. 32
Registering Barcode Data as a Temporary
Memo ………………………………………………………………… 33
Choosing a Barcode Mode …………………………………… 33
QR Codes (Mode 6) ……………………………………………….. 33
Reading a Barcode and Registering Barcode
Data ……………………………………………………………………….. 34
Image Memos ……………………………………………………. 36
First Steps ……………………………………………………………… 36
Viewing Image Memos …………………………………………. 37
Image Clips ………………………………………………………… 38
Taking Pictures with Image Clips …………………………. 38
Section 4 Viewing/Editing a Camera Memo
on a Computer
Using ME1 ………………………………………………………….. 39
The ME1 Window ………………………………………………….. 39
Editing Memos ……………………………………………………… 39
Printing Memos with Photographs ……………………… 40
Section 5 Using Memos to Sort Pictures
Using EX1 …………………………………………………………… 41
EX1 Operation Flow ………………………………………………. 41
Starting and Exiting EX1 ………………………………………. 41
Transfer Settings …………………………………………………… 42
Processing Pictures ……………………………………………….. 44
Property ………………………………………………………………… 44
File Information …………………………………………………….. 45
Appendices
How to Use the Keyboard …………………………………. 48
Troubleshooting ……………………………………………….. 49 Chapter 1
Downloading Images to
Y our Computer
This section explains how to download still images and movies to a
Windows computer.5
Do wnloading Images
There are two methods for downloading
images from the camera to your computer.
1. Downloading images without using
image download software such as
DL-10 (GP .6).
The camera is recognized by the computer
as a separate drive and appears on [My
Computer]. Select and copy images.
2. Use image downloading software such
as DL-10 to download all images to the
computer (GP .7).
To use DL-10, DC Software must be installed.
For information on how to install
DC Software, see the “Camera User Guide” .
• Do not turn off the camera or disconnect the
USB cable during image transfer. The files will
not be written correctly.
• Do not use the computer to format the SD
memory card or the internal memory. Use the
camera to format the SD memory card or the
internal memory.
• Be sure to stop the connection before
removing the USB cable.
• The camera can not display pictures that
have been transferred to the computer using
“Windows Photo Gallery” (Windows Vista) or
“Windows Live Photo Gallery” (Windows 7
or Windows 8.1) and then copied from
the computer to a memory card which is
subsequently inserted in the camera.
• Only one Ricoh digital camera can be
connected to one computer. Do not connect
multiple Ricoh cameras to one computer at the
same time.
• When downloading images from your camera,
load a battery with adequate remaining power
in the camera.
• If there is an SD memory card in the camera,
images will be loaded from the card. If there is
no SD memory card in the camera, images will
be loaded from the internal memory on the
camera.
• The software supplied in the camera’s internal
memory can only be used with Windows.6
Do wnloading Images W ithout
Using DL-10
1.
Copy files from the camera drive to
the desired destination.
2.
Connect the supplied USB cable to
a USB port on the computer.
3.
Connect the cable to the camera
USB terminal.
The camera will turn on. After reading the
data that identifies the camera as a drive,
the computer will display the camera drive
in the [Computer] folder.
4.
Copy files from the camera drive to
the desired destination.
The folders on the camera are organized as
shown below.
The volume name for the camera’s internal
memory is [RICOHDCI].
• If a file with the same name already exists at
the destination, it is overwritten.
• If DC Software is installed, clear the check
box next to the [Saves automatically when
connected to USB] option in the DL-10 [Option
settings] dialog box.7
Do wnloading A ll Images
Using the DL-10 Software
DL-10 automatically creates a folder called
[Digital Camera] inside your [My Documents]
folder. Downloaded images are saved in
folders with the date of each shot, inside the
[Digital Camera] folder. (The files will continue
to be saved in the [Caplio] folder if you were
previously using Caplio Software.)
Set the correct date and time on the camera
before shooting.
1.
Confirm that the camera is off.
2.
Connect the USB cable to a USB
port on the computer.
3.
Connect the cable to the camera
USB terminal.
The camera will turn on, DL-10 will start,
and the DL-10 window will be displayed.
Image transfer begins automatically.
If image transfer does not begin, please try
the following procedures:
• Click the [Save] button in the DL-10
window.
• Restart your computer and perform
Steps 1 to 3 again.
• Confirm that the [Saves automatically
when connected to USB] checkbox in the
[Option settings] dialog box for DL-10 is
selected.
• When the [The same image will not be saved]
check box is selected in DL-10 [Option settings]
(GP .10), the total number of files that can
be transferred at one time is 999. To transfer
1000 files or more, transfer 999 files first and
then click [OK] when the dialog box with the
number of remaining files appears. After that,
click the [Save] button in the DL-10 window
or reconnect the USB cable to transfer the
remaining files.
• Do not turn off the camera or disconnect
the USB cable during image transfer using
DL-10 (when the message for receiving data is
displayed).
• The images on the computer are renamed
using consecutive file numbers; the file names
assigned by the camera are not used.
• Even when the storage folder is changed, the
file number will be continuous. The number
cannot be initialized.
• When transferring images to a computer
using DL-10, the files are assigned names like
[RIMG****.jpg] (**** indicates the number of
the image), even if [File Sequence No.] is set to
[On].
• For details about DL-10, see P .8.
• For details about the DL-10 [Option settings]
dialog box, see P .10.8
Security Alerts (Windows Vista
Service Pack 2)
Windows Vista (Service Pack 2) may display a
security alert when you launch software for
Ricoh digital cameras (either manually or by
connecting the camera). Check the program
name and publisher and click [Unblock].
If you clicked [Keep Blocking]: Open the [Windows
Firewall] control panel, click the [Exceptions]
tab, and check whether DL-10 is listed under
[Programs and Services]. If it is, place a check in
the check box next to [DL-10] and click [OK]. If it
is not listed,click [Add Program…] to add DL-10
to the list of exceptions.
If you clicked [Ask Me Later]: The security alert will
be displayed the next time the application is
launched. Click [Unblock].
Security Alerts (Windows 7 and
Windows 8.1)
Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 may display a
security alert when you launch software for
Ricoh digital cameras (either manually or by
connecting the camera). Check the program
name and publisher and click [Allow Access].
Disconnecting the Camera
Turn the camera off and disconnect the USB
cable.
• If the USB cable is disconnected without
disabling the connection, the Unsafe Removal
of Device screen may be displayed.
• Do not disconnect the USB cable during
image transfer. Check that image transfer is
completed and be sure to stop the connection
before removing the USB cable.
Detailed Instruc tions f or DL -10
Star ting/Exiting DL -10
Starting
DL-10 is already installed with DC Software.
Connecting the camera to your computer
automatically starts the software and begins
downloading of images from the camera.
Exiting
To exit DL-10, follow either of the steps below.
• Click the [MENU] button on the DL-10
window and select [Exit] from the displayed
menu (see “The DL-10 Window”).
• Right-click the DL-10 icon on the task bar and
select [Exit] from the displayed menu.
DL-10 is not network-compatible. Use as a stand-
alone application.9
T he DL -10 W indo w
Once DL-10 starts up, the following DL-10
window appears on your computer screen.
1 [MENU] Button
Click this and the following menu appears.
[Option settings] Specifies where to save
images when downloading
all images and which
application to start after
images have been saved
or when the [Application]
button is clicked. (GP .10)
[Background
illustration
settings]
Changes the background
design in the DL-10 window.
(GP .11)
[CameraMemo] Transfer images (GP .11) to
destinations selected based
on the presence or absence
of a memo (GP .15) and
memo contents.
[About] Displays the version of DL-10.
[Exit] Closes DL-10.
2 [Save] Button
Click this and the images are downloaded
from your camera.
If the message indicating that [Connecting…
Press [Adj.] key to direct print] appears on the
camera picture display, do not click the [Save]
button.
3 [Application] Button
The application registered in [Option
settings] is started.
4 [Minimize] Button
Minimizes the window and displays its icon
on the Windows task bar. If you click on the
icon, the window will be displayed again.
5 Indicator
The “Indicator” lights if the camera is
connected via USB cable. When lit, if you
move the mouse pointer over the “Indicator” ,
[Camera is being connected] appears. When
your camera is not connected, the “Indicator”
is grayed out, and if you move the mouse
pointer over it, [Camera is being connected]
does not appear.10
How to Use the [Option settings]
If you click the [MENU] button on the DL-10 window and select
[Option settings] from the displayed menu, the [Option settings]
dialog box appears.
Note that uninstalling the software for earlier Ricoh cameras may
reset user preferences for DL-10 or RICOH Gate La.
Item Description Initial Setting
1 [Saves
automatically
when connected
to USB]
Select the check box to have images downloaded and saved automatically
in your computer when the camera is connected to your computer with the
USB cable.
If you deselect the check box, your images will not be downloaded
automatically when you connect your camera to the computer. For
downloading, activate DL-10 and click the [Save] button.
Save
automatically
2 [Destination folder] Specifies which folder to save your images in. The [Digital Camera] folder
inside [My Documents] is specified initially; if you want to change this, click
the [Browse…] button to display the dialog box and then specify the folder.
———
3 [Create folder] Specifies how to create a folder.
[Not created]
Your downloaded images will all be saved in the folder specified in item
“2 [Destination folder]” .
[For each date photographed]
Creates a new folder assigning the date the images were shot as the folder
name, and saves images shot on the same day in the same folder.
For example, if shot on January 1, 2014: [20140101] folder
[For each time saved]
Creates a new folder each time and save images in the folder. If images are
saved more than once in a day, a new folder is created each time.
The folder name format is “Saving date + Underscore + Three-digit serial
number” .
For example, if you saved twice on January 1, 2014:
[20140101_001] folder, [20140101_002] folder
Create a new
folder for
each date
photographed
4 [The same image
will not be saved]
When this check box is selected, images once loaded into your computer are
not loaded again. This check box is enabled only when [Not created] or [For
each date photographed] is selected in [Create folder].
To allow this function to work properly, the camera date and time must be set
correctly.
When this check box is deselected, previously loaded images are loaded
again.
* If you were previously using Caplio Software, images will be downloaded
again if images downloaded using RICOH Gate La remain on the SD
memory card even if the [The same image will not be saved] checkbox for
the DL-10 [Option settings] is selected.
The same
image will not
be saved
5 [Application
software settings]
To start an application after loaded images have been saved, specify the
application name here. Click the [Browse…] button and select the application
in the displayed dialog box.
———
6 [Save and start
application
software]
When this is checked, the application specified above is started after the
images have been saved.
When this is unchecked, the application is not started.
Application is
started
7 [Camera`s IP
Address]
Not used for this camera, but used for other Ricoh digital cameras. For details,
see the documentation that came with the camera.
0.0.0.011
How to Use the [Background
illustration settings]
You can select a background for the DL-10
window from three types of patterns.
If you click the [MENU] button on the DL-10
window and select [Background illustration
settings] from the displayed menu, the
[Background illustration settings] dialog box
appears.
1 [Background illustration pattern]
Select the pattern you wish to use from the
three available.
2 [Preview]
You can preview the pattern selected in
[Background illustration pattern].
U sing [ C amer aMemo S ettings]
Transfer images to destinations selected
based on the presence or absence of memos
and memo contents. Click the [MENU] button
and select [CameraMemo] to display the
[CameraMemo Settings] dialog.
1 [Transfer From]
Choose the source from [Memory Card
(specify drive or folder)] and [Digital Camera]
in the [Type] menu. If you select [Memory
card (specify drive or folder)], click the
[Browse…] button and navigate to the desired
source folder.
2 [Save To]
Click [Browse…] and choose the destination
for the transferred files. The destination type
is fixed and can not be changed.
3 [Settings…]
Clicking this button displays the [Setting
Information] dialog, where you can adjust
each of the transfer settings listed below by
double-clicking the setting or by selecting
the setting and clicking [Change…].12
[Overwrite and
save] (available
only when [Digital
Camera] is selected
for [Transfer From]
Choose whether to include
images that have already
been transferred to the
destination. Select [Do
not save the same image]
to skip images that have
already been transferred.
[Export type]
(available only
when [Memory
Card] is selected
for [Transfer From])
Choose whether to
transfer all images or only
those with memos.
[Transfer mode] Choose whether the sub-
folders in the destination
folder are named by
memo description or using
both memo item names
and descriptions.
[Launch
application]
Choose the application
that starts when transfer is
complete.
[Confirm File
Overwrite]
Choose whether a
confirmation dialog is
displayed before files in
the destination folder are
overwritten by transferred
files with the same name.
If you opt not to display
a confirmation dialog,
files will be overwritten
without warning. If [Digital
Camera] is selected
for [Transfer From], a
confirmation dialog
will only be displayed if
[Save the same image] is
selected.
4 [Begin Transfer]
Click this button to begin transfer (clicking
this button is the only way to begin transfer
using [CameraMemo Settings]).
Reserved characters ( / ; ? * ” < > |) are
automatically converted to underscores (“_”)
when memo item names and descriptions are
used as folder names.
Downloading Images from an
SD Memory Card
It is possible to download images from an SD
memory card to computer via a PC card slot or
card reader.
Images in an SD Memory Card
Images are stored on an SD memory card in a
hierarchy, as shown here.
Image files
If you connect the camera or a card reader to a
computer and then directly display, edit or save
SD memory card images on the computer, you
may no longer be able to play back the images
on the camera. Download the images to the
computer before displaying, editing or saving
them.
Card Reader
This is a device connected to a computer to read
the contents of cards. In addition to the memory
card adapter-type, there are card readers into
which you can directly load an SD memory card. Chapter 2
How to Use EC1
EC1 edit detection software can be used to check whether images
taken with the camera have subsequently been processed or
edited.
In order to carry out edit detection using EC1, you must set [Edit
Detection] to [On] in the camera’s shooting menu before shooting and
download the images to your computer.14
Using the Edit Detection
Function
You can only carry out edit detection using EC1
after setting [Edit Detection] to [On] on your
camera, shooting still images, and downloading
the images to your computer.
1.
Set [Edit Detection] to [On] in the
camera’s shooting menu, and shoot
still images.
For operation procedures, see the “Camera
User Guide” .
2.
Download the still images shot
using your camera to your computer.
3.
Launch EC1.
4.
From the EC1 Folder View, select the
folder for the downloaded images.
The JPEG images in the selected folder
will be loaded and the images will be
displayed in Thumbnail View after loading
is complete.
Folder View Thumbnail View
• is displayed with images that have
not been processed or edited after
shooting.
• is displayed with images that have
been processed or edited after shooting.
• Neither of the above icons is displayed
with images taken when [Edit Detection]
was set to [Off] or images for which edit
detection is not possible.
• By double-clicking an image in the
Thumbnail View, you can open the
image using the linked viewer software.
• If a space occurs at the beginning or
end of the folder name, a message will
appear and no images will be displayed.
• Edit detection is available only with
photographs taken using cameras equipped
with an edit detection function.
• Images for which the [Resize], [Contrast
Correction], or [Skew Correction] functions
have been used during playback mode will be
labeled as images that have been processed or
edited.
• When downloading images to your computer,
please use the method for downloading
shown in Chapter 1. Images downloaded
using different methods may be labeled as
processed or edited images even if they have
not been processed or edited.
For example, when you download images to
your computer using “Windows Photo Gallery”
for Windows Vista or “Windows Live Photo
Gallery” for Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, a
portion of the shooting data is edited during the
download process. As a result, the images are
labeled as processed or edited images for EC1.
• Depending on the software you used to view
images after downloading them, the images
may be labeled as processed or edited images
if you viewed the images or image properties
before saving or closing them.
• For details about how to install EC1, see the
“Camera User Guide” .
• For details about downloading images to your
computer, see P .5.
Updating Folder Contents
After adding, deleting, or renaming folders,
select [Reload] in the [View] menu to update
the folder and thumbnail lists. Chapter 3
Shooting with Camera
Memos
Read this section for information on attaching camera memos
to pictures taken with the camera. Camera memos can contain a
variety of information, such as image descriptions.
• Be sure to set the date and time on the camera.
• To use the camera memo function, DC Software must be installed.
Use ME1 to view and edit the memos that have been appended to
pictures (GP .39).16
Section 1
About Camera Memos
Shooting with Camera Memos
Pictures taken with digital cameras are stored
in image files with areas that can be used to
record additional information. The camera
memo function uses these areas for memos that
make pictures easier to identify and classify.
Memos can not be added to pictures taken with
[On] or [WB-BKT] selected for [Auto Bracket] in
the camera shooting menu.
Camera memo
• Photographer
• Location, etc.
Image
Additional
information
Image file
Memos
Memos consist of a list of “items” (tags), each with its own “description” (contents). Memos can be
added to pictures by pressing the ADJ./MEMO button and selecting the desired descriptions in the
camera memo dialog before shooting.
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U sing Memos
1.
Create a memo list on the computer and transfer it to the camera (GP .19).
Use the supplied List Editor application to create and transfer to the camera a memo list file
(extension “ .mta”) containing memo item names and descriptions.
2.
Take pictures with memos (GP .23).
Press the ADJ./MEMO button to display the camera memo dialog (G P .23). After choosing
descriptions, press MENU/OK to create a memo which will be added to all new pictures (if
desired, the contents of the memo can be changed after shooting; G P .26).
The following types of memo are available:
1 Text (GP .19)
Choose from up to 999 text descriptions created with the
List Editor.
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Use the camera to create a temporary memo using
descriptions not included in the memo list. The new
descriptions are not stored in the memo list after the camera
is turned off.
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Record voice memos of up to 30 seconds in length.
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4 Barcodes (GP .33)
Create temporary memos using text descriptions from
barcodes read using the camera.
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Exterior
Beverly Beech
Gamma Company
Barcode
Const.type
Location
Supervisor
Affiliates
FileName/SAMPLE
Camera Memo 1/45
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5 Reference Images (G P .36)
To use still images as reference images, include a description
with an image file name when creating the memo list.
Note that the image file must first be copied to the camera
memory card or internal memory.
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6 Image Clips (G P .38)
Take a [a 4 : 3N] photograph that can be appended to
pictures as an image clip.
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3.
Transfer pictures to the computer (GP.5).
Copy pictures to the computer using the supplied DL-10 software.
4.
View and edit memos (GP .39).
Use the supplied ME1 software to display pictures,
view and edit memos, and play voice memos.
• For information on installing the supplied software, see the “Camera User Guide” .
• The supplied software is available for Windows only.19
S ec tion 2
Creating and Transferring a Memo List
Creating a Camera Memo List
To create a camera memo list, use the provided
software List Editor.
To create a memo list, first create a list of up to
20 items and then create up to 999 descriptions
for each item.
• A camera memo list file in CSV format created
by a different application can be read into the
List Editor and saved on an SD memory card
for use by the camera.
• To read a csv format camera memo list file into
List Editor, select [Open] from the [File] menu
of List Editor, and then specify the file name.
The List Editor Dialog
1
2
3
4
Item Description
1 Menu bar Operations that can be performed
using the menus include saving,
editing, and transferring memo lists.
2 Toolbar Click the icons in the toolbar for
quick access to the following menu
items:
• [New]: Open a dialog where
you can create a new memo list.
• [Open]: Open a memo list
that you previously saved on the
computer.
• [Save]: Save the memo list to
the computer.
• [Cut]/ [Copy]/ [Paste]:
Cut, copy, or paste selected text.
• [Transfer to Camera]: Copy the
memo list file to the [TEMPLATE]
folder in the camera’s internal
memory or on the memory card
currently inserted in the camera.
3 Item name
(GP .20)
Name items in the memo list. The
number of items can be selected
from 20, 10, and 5 using the [Number
of Items] option in the [File] menu.
4 Details
(GP .20)
Enter descriptions for the selected
item.20
Using the List Editor
The List Editor is used to create a memo list
containing up to 20 items with up to 999
descriptions for each item.
1.
Choose the number of items in the
memo list.
Select [Number of Items] from the [File]
menu.
Choose the number of items from [5] (the
default setting), [10], and [20]. If desired,
the number of items can be changed after
the memo list is created; note, however,
that if the list contains more items than the
new maximum, the excess items will be
deleted.
2.
Enter item names.
Click an item number, enter a name in the
[Item name] text box, and click [Update]
to display the new name in the item list.
Follow the same procedure to change
existing item names.
Item names can be up to 20 characters long.
The following characters can not be used: / : ?
* ” < > |. Note that the presence of any of these
characters, commas, or multiple periods may
corrupt the display of item names in Russian-
language operating systems.
3.
Enter descriptions.
Select a name in the item list and edit the
descriptions for the selected item.
Enter descriptions in the [Input] text
box, and click [Add] to add them to the
end of the input list. Changes to existing
descriptions can be made by clicking the
description and then clicking one of the
following buttons:
• [Edit]: Edit the selected description.
• [Delete]: Delete the selected description.
• [Up]/[Down]: Move the selected
description up or down in the input list.
Descriptions can be up to 128 characters long.
The following characters can not be used: / : ?
* ” < > |. Note that the presence of any of these
characters, commas, or multiple periods may
corrupt the display of descriptions in Russian-
language operating systems.21
4.
Complete the memo list.
Repeat Steps 2 and 3 to complete the
memo list.
5.
Save the memo list.
Select [Save As] in the [File] menu (memo
lists can also be saved by clicking the
button in the toolbar).
Confirm that [mta Files (*.mta)] is selected
for [Save as type] (memo lists can be saved
as CSV files, but the mta format must be
used for memo lists intended for transfer
to the camera). After navigating to the
desired location and entering a file name,
click [Save] to save the memo list. Note
that the camera can display only file names
consisting entirely of unaccented (low
ASCII) roman characters.
Although lists can be transferred directly
to the camera without being saved, we
recommend that you save the file before
transfer.
To edit an existing memo list, open it using
the [Open] option in the [File] menu. After
editing the list, save it using the [Save]
option in the [File] menu or by clicking the
button in the toolbar.
Transferring a Memo List File
to the Camera
Memo list files can be transferred to the camera
from the List Editor or using a card reader.
The List Editor
1.
Start the List Editor and connect
the camera.
After starting the List Editor, connect the
camera as described on P .6. Exit DL-10 if
it starts when the camera is connected
(GP .8).
2.
Transfer the memo list file.
Click the [ Transfer to Camera] icon in
the toolbar or select [Transfer to Camera]
in the [Tools] menu. If a memory card is
inserted in the camera, the file will be
transferred to the [TEMPLATE] folder on
the memory card; otherwise, it will be
transferred to the [TEMPLATE] folder in
internal memory.
The file will only be transferred if the
destination device contains a [TEMPLATE]
folder. If the destination is a memory
card, be sure it has been formatted in the
camera.
3.
Click [OK].
4.
Exit the List Editor.
Select [Exit] from the [File] menu or click
the close box [×] at the top right corner of
the List Editor window.
5.
Disconnect the camera.
Note that if the connection is not
terminated normally, the memo list file
may not be transferred to the camera. The
memo list will be available for use when
the camera is turned on.22
C ar d Readers
A card reader can be used to copy a memo list
file directly to the camera from the computer.
Copy the file to the [TEMPLATE] folder on the
memory card. A [TEMPLATE] folder is created
automatically when a card is formatted in the
camera.
Deleting Memo List Files From
Memory Cards
Use a computer to delete all “*.mta” files from
the [TEMPLATE] folder on the memory card or
in the camera’s internal memory. Memo list files
can not be deleted by formatting the memory
card or internal memory using the format
option in the camera setup menu.23
S ec tion 3
Taking Pictures with Memos
Recording Memos with
Pictures
Before proceeding, confirm that a memo list file
has been transferred to the camera’s internal
memory or to the memory card inserted in the
camera.
Adding Memos to New Pictures
1.
Select 5, V, or W mode
and press ADJ./MEMO.
The camera memo dialog will be displayed.
Company A
Foundation work
Exterior
Beverly Beech
Gamma Company
Client
Const.type
Location
Supervisor
Affiliates
FileName/SAMPLE
Camera Memo 1/2
Memo On FILE LIST
If the camera contains multiple memo list
files, the most recently-used file will be
displayed.
While the camera memo dialog is
displayed, pictures can still be taken by
pressing the shutter-release button.
2.
Create a memo.
Choose descriptions as described on P .24.
3.
Press MENU/OK.
Press MENU/OK to accept the current memo.
4.
Take pictures.
The memo will be added to all new
pictures. Note that in W mode, memos
will only be added to movies.
Multiple Memo List Files
If the camera contains more than one memo list
file, press DISP . to display a list of files. Press !
or ” to highlight a file and press MENU/OK to
select.
SAMPLE01
SAMPLE02
SAMPLE03
SAMPLE04
SAMPLE05
SAMPLE06
SAMPLE07
SAMPLE08
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
FILE LIST 1/2
Cancel Execute
• If [On] is selected for [Display Memo at Startup]
in the camera memo menu, the camera memo
dialog will be displayed automatically at
camera startup.
• Note that the camera can display only file
names consisting entirely of unaccented (low
ASCII) roman characters.24
Choosing Descriptions
Descriptions can be selected in the camera
memo dialog. The method used depends on
the option selected for [Camera Memo Mode] in
the camera memo menu.
[Mode1] and [Mode3]
1.
Highlight an item.
Press ! or ” to highlight an item.
2.
View descriptions.
Press $ to view descriptions for the
highlighted item.
Temporary
Record
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Entryway
Kitchen
Living room
Bedroom
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Cancel Execute
3.
Choose a description.
Press ! or ” to highlight a description
and press MENU/OK to select.
4.
Complete the memo.
Repeat Steps 1–3 to choose descriptions
for the remaining items.
• The last option in the list of descriptions is
[No Setting]. Select this option to set the
description for the current item to [No Setting].
Note however that if [On] is selected for [Memo
Warning], a warning will be displayed and the
shutter release will be disabled if you attempt
to take a picture with the description for one
or more memo items set to [No Setting]. The
shutter release can be enabled by choosing a
description for the affected items.
• If [On] is selected for [Camera Memo 1 Auto
Delete], the description for the first memo item
will automatically be set to [No Setting] when
the camera is turned on, a picture is taken, or
a memo list is transferred to the camera. The
shutter release can be enabled by choosing a
description for the first item.
• To edit the description for the item highlighed
in Step 1, press and hold $ until a text-entry
dialog is displayed (for information on entering
text, see page 48).
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• The descriptions available in [Mode3] vary
with the item selected. In the example below,
selecting “A” as the description for Item 1 limits
the choice of descriptions for Item 2 to “a” or
“b” . If “a” is selected for Item 2, the description
for Item 3 can be set to “α“ or “β“ , but only “γ“ is
available if “b” is selected for Item 2.
Description
123456
Item
1 A A A BBB
2 aa b c c d
3 αβ γ δ ε ζ25
[Mode2]
When the camera memo dialog is first
displayed, the description for each item will be
set to the first entry in that item’s description
list. Press $ once to set the description for each
item to the second entry in the description
list, twice to set the description for each item
to the third entry in the description list, and
so on. Press # to return to the previous set of
descriptions.
Company A
Foundation work
Exterior
Beverly Beech
Gamma Company
Client
Const.type
Location
Supervisor
Affiliates
FileName/SAMPLE
Camera Memo 1/45
FILE LIST Memo On
Shows the position of the current memo and
the total number of combinations available. In
this example, the current memo uses the first
combination.
Press ! or ” to choose the item displayed. The
descriptions for individual items can not be
selected separately.
To skip to the previous or next combination
that contains a unique description for the item
selected for [Memo Skip] in the camera memo
menu, press and hold # or $. The following
table gives an example of the combinations that
would be skipped when [Item 1] is selected.
Description
1234
Item 1 AAA B
The item used for [Memo Skip] can selected from
items 1–5.
Quick Memo On/Off
Press and hold the ADJ./MEMO button or select
[Camera Memo Options] in the camera memo
menu to turn memos on or off. When memos
are off, the “MEMO” icon will clear from the
picture display and memos will not be added to
pictures.
Deleting Camera Memos
Use a computer to delete all “*.mta” files from
the [TEMPLATE] folder on the memory card or
in the camera’s internal memory. Memo list files
can not be deleted by formatting the memory
card or internal memory using the format
option in the camera setup menu.26
V ie wing Memos
Follow the steps below to view and edit memos
that have been added to pictures.
• Memos can not be deleted.
• Camera memos can only be edited as
described below when [Mode1] or [Mode3]
is selected for [Camera Memo Mode] in the
camera memo menu. In Mode2, memos can
be displayed by pressing DISP . during playback
but can not be edited.
V ie wing Memos
1.
Display the desired picture in
playback mode.
Pictures to which memos have been added
are indicated by a “MEMO” icon.
2.
Press ADJ./MEMO.
The memo will be displayed as shown
below. Press ! or ” to view additional
data.
Company A
Foundation work
Exterior
Beverly Beech
Gamma Company
Client
Const.type
Location
Supervisor
Affiliates
FileName/SAMPLE
Camera Memo 1/2
Memo On
3.
Press MENU/OK.
Press MENU/OK to return to normal
playback.
Editing Memos
1.
Display the desired picture in
playback mode.
Pictures to which memos have been added
are indicated by a “MEMO” icon.
2.
Press ADJ./MEMO.
The memo will be displayed. To edit
descriptions, highlight items and press $
until the on-screen keyboard is displayed
(P .27); press ADJ./MEMO to return to this step
when editing is complete.
Company A
Foundation work
Exterior
Beverly Beech
Gamma Company
Client
Const.type
Location
Supervisor
Affiliates
FileName/SAMPLE
Camera Memo 1/2
Memo On
3.
Select an item.
Press ! or ” to highlight an item and
press $ to view descriptions for the
highlighted item.
Temporary
Record
Exterior
Entryway
Kitchen
Living room
Bedroom
Bathroom
+
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02
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06
3. Location 1/2
Cancel Execute
4.
Choose a description.
Press ! or ” to highlight a description
and press MENU/OK to select.
5.
Press MENU/OK.
Press MENU/OK to return to normal
playback.27
Cr ea ting a T empor ar y Memo
Memo descriptions can be created on the
camera (either by editing existing descriptions
or creating entirely new descriptions) and the
resulting “temporary memo” appended to new
pictures. Temporary memos can be created in
both shooting and playback mode.
• Temporary memos are not stored in the memo
list after the camera is turned off.
• Temporary memos can be created using
barcodes (GP .33).
• Temporary memos are not available when
[Mode2] is selected for [Camera Memo Mode]
in the camera memo menu.
Cr ea ting a T empor ar y Memo
To create a temporary memo, display the
camera memo dialog and follow the steps
below.
1.
Select an item.
Press ! or ” to highlight an item and
press $ to view descriptions for the
highlighted item.
2.
Select [Temporary].
Press ! or ” to highlight [Temporary] and
press MENU/OK.
Temporary
Record
Exterior
Entryway
Kitchen
Living room
Bedroom
Bathroom
+
01
02
03
04
05
06
3. Location 1/2
Cancel Execute
3.
Select [Yes].
Press # or $ to highlight [Yes] and press
MENU/OK.
4.
Create a temporary description.
An on-screen keyboard will be displayed.
Use the keyboard to enter a temporary
description as described on P .48.
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After entering the description, press ADJ./
MEMO to return to the description list.
5.
Select the temporary description.
Press ! and ” to highlight the temporary
description and press MENU/OK to select
(to exit without saving the temporary
description and restore the description
previously selected, press DISP .). Repeat
Steps 1–4 to create additional temporary
descriptions as desired.28
Editing the T empor ar y Memo
1.
Select an item.
In the camera memo dialog, press ! or ”
to highlight an item for which you have
created a temporary description and press
$ to view descriptions for the highlighted
item.
2.
Select a temporary description.
Temporary descriptions are indicated by a
“+” . Press ! or ” to highlight a temporary
description and press $.
Temporary
Record
Exterior
Entryway
Kitchen
Living room
Bedroom
Bathroom
+
01
02
03
04
05
06
3. Location 1/2
Cancel Execute
3.
Edit the description.
Edit the description as described in Steps
3–5 of “Creating a Temporary Memo. ”
Creating a Temporary Memo from an
Existing Memo
Create a temporary memo by editing an
existing memo.
1.
Select an item.
Press ! or ” to highlight an item in the
camera memo dialog and press $ to view
descriptions for the highlighted item.
2.
Select a description.
Press ! or ” to highlight a description
and press $.
Temporary
Record
Exterior
Entryway
Kitchen
Living room
Bedroom
Bathroom
+
01
02
03
04
05
06
3. Location 1/2
Cancel Execute
3.
Edit the description.
Edit the description as described in Steps
3–5 of “Creating a Temporary Memo” .
Edited descriptions are stored as a temporary
memo. The original descriptions are not affected.29
Memo Incr emen t
If a memo description ends in a number,
you can increase or decrease the number by
pressing ! or “.
Memo increment is not available when [Mode2]
is selected for [Camera Memo Mode] in the
camera memo menu.
Using Memo Increment
Transfer to the camera a memo list file
containing descriptions that end in numbers
and follow the steps below.
1.
Select [On] for [Memo Increment].
Select [On] for [Memo Increment] in the
camera memo menu.
2.
Select an item.
Press ! or ” to highlight an item in the
camera memo dialog and press $ to view
descriptions for the highlighted item.
3.
Select a description that ends in a
number.
Press ! or ” to highlight a description
that ends in a number and press $ to
display the memo increment dialog.
No.102
Camera Memo
Cancel Ok
Change Number
A warning will sound if you select a
description that does not end in a number.
4.
Edit the number.
Press ! or ” to choose a new number and
press MENU/OK twice to return to shooting
mode. The new number will be recorded
with the next picture taken.
The new number is stored as a temporary memo.
The original description is not affected.30
Using Memo Increment with
Temporary Memos
Memo increment can be used with temporary
memos.
1.
Create a temporary description
that ends in a number (GP .27).
2.
Select [On] for [Memo Increment].
Select [On] for [Memo Increment] in the
camera memo menu.
3.
Select the item.
In the camera memo dialog, press ! or ”
to highlight the item with the temporary
description you created in Step 1 and press
$ to view descriptions for the highlighted
item.
4.
Select the temporary description.
Temporary descriptions are indicated
by a “+” . Press ! or ” to highlight the
description and press $ to display the
memo increment dialog.
No.102
Camera Memo
Cancel Ok
Change Number
5.
Edit the number.
Press ! or ” to choose a new number and
press MENU/OK twice to return to shooting
mode. The new number will be recorded
with the next picture taken.
V oic e Memos
Each item in a memo can have as a description
an audio recording of up to 30 seconds in
length. Voice memos can be created and edited
in both shooting and playback mode.
• Voice recordings are deleted from the memo
list when the camera is turned off. Voice
recordings already stored in memos that have
been appended to pictures are not affected.
• Voice memos can be played back on the
computer when pictures are displayed in the
supplied ME1 software.
Rec or ding V oic e Memos
1.
Select an item.
Press ! or ” to highlight an item in the
camera memo dialog and press $ to view
descriptions for the highlighted item.
2.
Select [Record].
Press ! or ” to highlight [Record] and
press MENU/OK to display the recording
dialog.
Temporary
Record
Exterior
Entryway
Kitchen
Living room
Bedroom
Bathroom
+
01
02
03
04
05
06
3. Location 1/2
Cancel Execute31
3.
Record a voice memo.
Press the shutter-release button to begin
recording.
O O
00:00/00:30
:Cancel
Shutter button: Start
Recording ends after 30 seconds or
when the shutter-release button is
pressed halfway. The description list
will be displayed with a $ icon next to
the [Record] option (in playback mode,
[Record] changes to [Playback]).
Temporary
Record
Exterior
Entryway
Kitchen
Living room
Bedroom
Bathroom
+
01
02
03
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06
3. Location 1/2
Cancel Execute
4.
Press MENU/OK.
Items for which a recording exists are
indicated by a v icon in the camera memo
dialog.
Company A
Foundation work
v
Beverly Beech
Gamma Company
Client
Const.type
Location
Supervisor
Affiliates
FileName/SAMPLE
Camera Memo 1/2
FILE LIST Memo On
• Do not obstruct the microphone during
recording. Keep microphone within 20 cm
(7.8 in.) of the source.
• Voice memos are not available with matrix
barcodes. The [Record] option is not displayed
in the description list when a matrix barcode
type is selected.
Pla ying V oic e Memos
Voice memos can only be played back in
playback mode.
1.
Select an item for which a
recording exists.
In the camera memo dialog, press ! or ”
to highlight an item marked with a v icon
and press $ to view descriptions for the
highlighted item.
Temporary
Playback
Exterior
Entryway
Kitchen
Living room
Bedroom
Bathroom
+
01
02
03
04
05
06
3. Location 1/2
Cancel Execute
2.
Select [Playback].
Press ! or ” to highlight [Playback] and
press $ to display the playback dialog.
:Cancel
Shutter button: Start
00:0032
3.
Play the recording.
Press the shutter-release button to play the
recording.
Playback ends when the end of the
recording is reached or when the shutter-
release button is pressed halfway. A
confirmation dialog will be displayed.
To re-record the memo as described in
Step 3 of “Recording Voice Memos, ” press
# or $ to highlight [Yes] and press MENU/
OK. Select [No] to return to the description
list without modifying the recording.
Re -r ec or ding V oic e Memos
Follow the steps below to edit voice memos in
shooting mode.
1.
Select an item for which a
recording exists.
In the camera memo dialog, press ! or ”
to highlight an item for which a recording
exists and press $ to view descriptions for
the highlighted item.
Temporary
Record
Exterior
Entryway
Kitchen
Living room
Bedroom
Bathroom
+
01
02
03
04
05
06
3. Location 1/2
Cancel Execute
2.
Select [Record].
Press ! or ” to highlight [Record] and
press $ to display the recording dialog.
O O
00:00/00:30
:Cancel
Shutter button: Start
Re-record the voice memo as described in
Step 3 of “Recording Voice Memos. ”33
Registering Barcode Data as a
Temporary Memo
The camera can read barcodes and store the
data as temporary descriptions for temporary
memos. Barcodes can be read in both shooting
and playback mode.
• The camera can read linear barcodes of up to
32 digits and matrix barcodes of up to 2400
digits. The barcode type can be selected using
the [Barcode Type] option in the camera memo
menu.
• Voice memos are not available with matrix
barcodes. The [Record] option is not displayed
in the description list when a matrix barcode
type is selected.
Choosing a Barcode Mode
The [Barcode Mode] option in the camera
memo menu can be used to choose where
barcode data are stored.
Mode1 The barcode is stored in the memo list as
a temporary description for the first item.
This description is overwritten each time a
barcode is read.
Mode2 The first barcode read is stored in the memo
list as a temporary description for the first
item, the second barcode as a temporary
description for the second item, the third
barcode as a temporary description for
the third item, and the fourth barcode as a
temporary description for the fourth item.
These descriptions are overwritten in turn as
new barcodes are read.
Mode3 This option only takes effect in shooting
mode. Up to fifty barcodes can be stored in
the memo list as temporary descriptions for
the first item. These data can be viewed in
the camera memo dialog before shooting but
can not be changed and are deleted after a
picture is taken.
Mode4 The first barcode read is stored in the memo
list as the name of the first item and the
second barcode as the name of the second
item. All subsequent barcodes overwrite the
name of the first item. These names are stored
until the camera is turned off.
Mode5 The first barcode read is stored in the memo
list as the name of the first item and the
second barcode as the name of the second
item. All subsequent barcodes overwrite the
name of the second item. These names are
stored until the camera is turned off.
Mode6 A QR code listing item names and
descriptions is stored in the memo list as a
temporary memo.
QR Codes (Mode 6)
Text memos in the following format can be
converted to QR codes with commercial QR
code creation software or Internet QR code
creation services.
Item number
Item name
//**1 Client
Company A
//**2 Const. type
Foundation work

Be sure to place a return between the item
name and the description.
Description34
Reading a Barcode and Registering
Barcode Data
Shooting Mode
1.
Press the ADJ./MEMO button.
The [Camera Memo] screen appears.
2.
Point the camera toward the
barcode you want to read and press
the # button.
The camera switches to macro mode and
reads the barcode data. When the camera
finishes reading the barcode, the data
are stored as a temporary description for
the first item in the memo (in Mode 6, a
QR code is scanned and its contents are
recorded as a temporary memo).
1234567890
Foundation work
Exterior
Beverly Beech
Gamma Company
Barcode
Const.type
Location
Supervisor
Affiliates
FileName/SAMPLE
Camera Memo 1/45
FILE LIST Memo On
If the camera is unable to read the barcode
or if you wish to exit without reading the
barcode, press $ or DISP . to return to the
camera memo dialog. Press # to read the
barcode again.
Non-ASCII characters in the barcode data
will be replaced by asterisks (“*”).
3.
Read additional barcodes.
If an option other than [Mode1] or [Mode6]
is selected for [Barcode Mode], repeat
Step 2 to read additional barcodes.
4.
Press MENU/OK to accept the new
memo.
The new memo will be recorded with the
next picture taken.
To delete barcodes read with [Mode3]
selected for [Barcode Mode], highlight the
first item in the camera memo dialog and
press $ to display the description list. Press
! or ” to highlight [No Setting] and press
MENU/OK.
Memos created by reading a QR code in [Mode6]
have item names and descriptions that reflect
the content of the QR code.
Company A
Foundation work
Exterior
Beverly Beech
Gamma Company
Client
Const.type
Location
Supervisor
Affiliates
FileName/SAMPLE
Camera Memo 1/45
FILE LIST Memo On35
Playback Mode
1.
Display a picture.
Display a picture to which you wish to add
barcode data.
2.
Press the ADJ./MEMO button.
The [Camera Memo] screen appears.
3.
Press the # button.
You can now read barcode data.
4.
Point the camera toward the
barcode you want to read and press
the # button.
The camera switches to macro mode and
reads the barcode data. When the camera
finishes reading the barcode, the data are
stored as a temporary description for the
first item in the memo.
1234567890
Foundation work
Exterior
Beverly Beech
Gamma Company
Barcode
Const.type
Location
Supervisor
Affiliates
FileName/SAMPLE
Camera Memo 1/45
Ok
If the camera is unable to read the barcode
or if you wish to exit without reading the
barcode, press $ or DISP . to return to the
camera memo dialog. Press # to read the
barcode again.
Non-ASCII characters in the barcode data
will be replaced by asterisks (“*”).
5.
Read additional barcodes.
If [Mode2] is selected for [Barcode Mode],
repeat Step 4 to read additional barcodes.
6.
Press MENU/OK to accept the new
memo.
7.
Press MENU/OK again.
The memo will be added to the picture.
• You cannot read the same barcode more than
once.
• If, after reading the barcode, you shoot a
picture or change modes and then read
another barcode, the previously registered
barcode data is overwritten.
• If you edited the camera memo before reading
a barcode, the changes to the camera memo
are not retained if the camera is unable to
read the barcode. However, voice memos are
retained.
• You can edit the barcode data registered as a
temporary memo. (GP .28)
• The time available to read barcodes can be
selected using the [Scan Time] option in the
camera memo menu.36
Image Memos
To use still images as memos, include a
description with an image file name when
creating the memo list. Note that the image
file must first be copied to the camera memory
card or internal memory.
Image memos can be viewed only when [Mode2]
is selected for [Camera Memo Mode] in the
camera memo menu. No image will be displayed
if a file with the selected name can not be found.
F irst Steps
1.
Enter the image file name as a
description.
Using the supplied List Editor application,
enter the file name of the desired image as
a description for the last item in the item
list (GP .20).
• Enter the file name as the description for the
last item in the item list. The image will not
be displayed if the file name is entered as a
description for other items in the list.
• Image memo file names must end in the “ .jpg”
extension.
2.
Connect the camera to the
computer.
See “Downloading Images Without Using
DL-10“ (GP .6) for more information.
3.
Copy the image to the camera.
Copy the image to the [TEMPLATE] folder
in internal memory or on the camera
memory card.
Image memos must satisfy all the following
criteria:
• File type: JPEG
• Color space: YCbCr 4 : 2 : 2 or 4 : 2 : 0
• Dimensions (W × H): From 32 × 32 to
4608 × 3456 pixels, where the width is a
multiple of 16 and the height a multiple of 8
(YCbCr 4 : 2 : 2) or 16 (YCbCr 4 : 2 : 0)
• File size: 12 MB or less37
Viewing Image Memos
Shooting Mode
To view image memos, press ADJ./MEMO in the
camera memo dialog. Press ADJ./MEMO again
to return to the camera memo dialog.
Company A
Foundation work
Exterior
Beverly Beech
Gamma Company
Client
Const.type
Location
Supervisor
Affiliates
FileName/SAMPLE
Camera Memo 1/45
FILE LIST Memo On
1/45 1/45
ADJ./MEMO button
To zoom in on the current image memo, press
the 8 button. When viewing image memos in
shooting mode, you can also press 9 to view
the other files referenced in the camera memo
list in a 20-frame display. Highlight images and
press ADJ./MEMO to view the memo for the
highlighted image.
Playback Mode
To view an image memo that has been
appended to a photograph, display the
photograph and press ADJ./MEMO.
Company A
Foundation work
Exterior
Beverly Beech
Gamma Company
Company A
Foundation work
Exterior
Beverly Beech
Gamma Company
Company A
Foundation work
Exterior
Beverly Beech
Gamma Company
Client
Const.type
Location
Supervisor
Affiliates
Client
Const.type
Location
Supervisor
Affiliates
Client
Const.type
Location
Supervisor
Affiliates
ADJ./MEMO button
Press !, “, #, or $ to return to playback and
display other photographs.
No image memo will be displayed if a file with
the selected name can not be found.38
Image Clips
Use the image clip feature to shoot [a 4 : 3N]-
size images and append them to photographs.
The clip is saved together with the main photo
in a single file.
Taking Pictures with Image Clips
1.
Enable image clips.
Select [On] for [Image Clip] in the camera
memo menu.
2.
Exit to the shooting display.
Press the D (Delete)/t (Self-Timer) button
to exit to the macro mode shooting
display.
3.
Take the image clip.
Press the shutter-release button to shoo

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