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Camera Manuals - Canon - Canon A1000 (PC1309) Camera User Manual

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File Type
Camera User Manual
148 Pages
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Table of Contents
8
Chapters 1 – 3 explain the basic operations and frequently used functions of
this camera Chapters 4 – 9 explain the advanced functions letting you learn
further as you read them in order
Checking the Package Contents 2
Conventions Used in this Guide 3
Read This First 4
What Do You Want to Do? 6
Safety Precautions10
LCD Monitor Precautions12
Inserting the Batteries and
Memory Card14
Setting the Date and Time18
Setting the Display Language20
Pressing the Shutter Button21
Taking Pictures 22
Viewing Images 24
Erasing Images25
Printing Images26
Shooting Movies 28
Viewing Movies30
Transferring Images to a Computer 31
Accessories 36
Separately Sold Accessories 38
Components Guide40
Indicators 42
Power Saving Function
(Auto Power Down) 42
Information Displayed on the Screen 43
Switching the Display45
FUNC Menu - Basic Operations 46
MENU Functions - Basic Operations 47
Resetting the Camera48
Formatting Memory Cards 49
Changing Sounds 51
Changing the Image Display Time 52
9 Just Taking Pictures
(Easy Mode) 54
Shooting Various Scenes 55
K Shooting Special Scenes 56
! Turning the Flash Off 59
h Turning the Flash On 59
Q Using the Self-Timer 60
Zooming in on Far Away Subjects 61
Inserting the Date and Time 63
e Shooting Close-ups (Macro) 64
u Shooting Far Away Subjects 65
G Shooting in Program AE 68
W Continuous Shooting 69
Changing the Recording Pixels
(Image Size) 70
Changing the Image Quality
(Compression Ratio) 70
Changing the ISO Speed 72
Adjusting the Tone (White Balance) 73
Adjusting the Brightness
(Exposure Compensation) 74
Changing the Tone of an Image
(My Colors) 75
Table of Contents
1 Getting Started 13
2 Learning More39
3 Shooting Special Scenes and
Using Common Functions
53

4 Making Settings for the
Images You Want67
9
Changing the Composition to Shoot
(Focus Lock) 76
Shooting Using the Viewfinder 77
Shooting Using a TV 77
$ Customizing the Self-Timer 78
Changing the AF Frame 80
Checking the Focus and People's
Expressions (AF-Point Zoom) 82
0 Selecting the Face to Focus On
(Face Select and Track) 83
Checking the Focus Immediately after
Shooting (Focus Check) 84
Changing the Metering Mode 85
% Shooting with AF Lock 85
& Shooting with AE Lock 86
( Shooting with FE Lock 87
Slowing Down the Shutter Speed
(Long Shutter Mode) 88
Changing the Movie Mode 90
Changing the Image Quality in X 90
Shooting Movies With Fixed
Exposure Settings 91
Other Shooting Functions 92
Playback Functions 92
Quickly Finding Images 94
; Organizing Images by Category
(My Category) 96
k Magnifying Images 97
Viewing Slideshows 98
Checking the Focus and People's
Expressions (Focus Check
Display) 99
Viewing Images on a TV 100
+ Changing Image Transitions101
/ Erasing All Images101
: Protecting Images102
= Resizing Images 103
\ Rotating Images104
] Correcting Red-Eye Effect 105
^ Attaching Sound Memos 107
Transferring Images to a Computer 108
{ Designating Images for Transfer
(DPOF)109
Designating Images for Printing
(DPOF)111
Changing Functions 118
Changing Shooting Functions 121
Using Household Power126
Using a Supplementary Flash 126
Handling Precautions 127
You Think There is a Problem128
Error Messages132
Functions Available in
Each Shooting Mode134
Menus136
Specifications 140
Index142
5 Getting More Out of Your
Camera 79
6 Using Various Functions
for Movies 89
7 Using Various Playback
and Other Functions 93
8 Customizing the Camera
117
9 Useful Information for Using
the Camera 125







 
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