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Feb 05

Casio QV-770

Casio QV-770 Digital Camera User Guide Manual

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Specifications

Recording System:     JPEG (files can be converted to CAM, TIFF, and other formats using PC Link Software)
Recording Medium:     Flash memory (4MB)
Memory Capacity :     FINE: At least 30 images (approximately 124KB per image, compressed)/NORMAL: At least 60 images (approximately 62KB per image, compressed)/ECONOMY: At least 120 images (approximately 32KB per image, compressed)
Image Deletion:     Single image; all images in memory (with image protection)
Imaging Element:     1/4-inch CCD (350,000 pixels)
Computer Output Image:     640 x 480 pixels
Lens:     Fixed focal point with macro position/f/2, f = 3.9mm (equivalent to 35mm camera 38mm lens)
Aperture:     f/2, f/8 auto switching/fixed
Focus Range:     NORMAL/0.7m to infinity MACRO/14cm to 16cm /(From surface of protective lens.)
Light Metering:     TTL center point by CCD
Exposure:     Program AE, aperture priority AE
Photometric Range:     EV +5 to 18
Exposure Compensation:     -2EV to +2EV (1/4EV steps)
Shutter:     CCD shutter
Shutter Speed:     1/8 to 1/4000 second
White Balance:     Automatic, fixed
Self-timer:     10 seconds
Recording Modes:     Normal (single-image), Serial, Self-timer, Movie, Panorama, Title, Macro
Flash Modes:     AUTO, ON, OFF
Monitor/Viewfinder:     1.8″ TFT, hyper amorphous silicon TFT low-glare color LCD (122,100 pixels)
Video Output:     NTSC
Infrared:     IrDA 1.0, IrTran-P compliant
Input/Output Terminals:     DIGITAL OUT, VIDEO OUT, AC adapter connector
Power Supply:     Four batteries (AA-size alkaline or lithium); Optional AC adapter
Approximate Battery Life:     Type of Operation Alkaline Batteries (LR6)– Continuous Playback 190 minutes, Continuous Recording 690 shots; Lithium Batteries (FR6) –Continuous Playback 320 minutes, Continuous Recording 1,430 shots
Dimensions:     5.1″(W) x 2.6″(H) x 1.5″(D)

Casio QV-770 User Guide Manual

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