Full Text Searchable PDF User Manual
Off load images within a week or less
Keep battery charged
- Microsoft win98/2000/NT/ME/XP/VISTA operation system
- 125MB or above free hard disk space, 32MB or more ROM
- Usable USB interface and CD-ROM
- Color Monitor with at least 800 x600 24 net character or above
This camera is equipped with standard accessories including instruction CD
and USB cable. The following sections explain how to use them on the camera.
Built-in li-ion battery.
TO RECHARGE THE BUILT-IN LI-ION BATTERY
AUTOMATIC SHUT OFF FEATURE
To save battery power, the camera will automatically shut off when not used after 30 seconds.
Digital Camera DC1130
Thank you for purchasing the
digital camera. This camera takes still, video,
and acts as a PC Webcam This camera is equipped with a 4M*16b built-in SCRAM.
Through the USB Cable provided, you can download the captured images to your
computer, or use the camera as a webcam for face-to-face online chat with your
friends the internet.
Always download the images from camera before the battery discharged, otherwise, the images will be deleted
Connect camera to PC by the USB cable provided. When the battery is being charged, the indicator turns Red.
When the battery is fully charged, the indicator will be off.
INSTALLATION OF DRIVER
2. Installation of Driver
TURNING ON / OFF CAMERA
1.Press MODE button to turn on the camera ,the power indicator light will turn green .
2.Press the "Mode " button within 3 seconds to turn off the camera ,or the camera will automatically turn off
after 30 seconds without operation, the power indicator light will turn off .
Main Function & Settings
Press MODE button to turn on camera, then press MODE button again, you will see five icons on .
screen: the first for capturing mode ,second for photos resolutions ,third for compress files ,fourth
for Light frequency , fifth for delete all .
Select the first icon to set up capturing mode (include still photos / video clip / self-time /
continue-capturing mode ) as following.
STILL PHOTOS MODE
1. press "Shutter" button to change icon into STILL PHOTOS mode ,press "MODE" button
Click <Install Camera Drive> and follow the step-by-step instructions to complete installation. After successful
installation of driver, restart your computer. A "Precision 801 V4" folder will appear on your desktop.
1. Make sure the camera is connected to your computer. Load the software CD to your PC.
2.Press the "Shutter" button to take photos.
3.The power indicator light will flicker when capturing.
1. press "Shutter" button to change icon into SELF-TIME mode ,press "MODE" button to
2. On the front of the camera adjacent to the lens is a small aiming mirror.
3. Hold camera at arms length and use mirror to center your portrait.
1. press "Shutter" button to change icon into VIDEO CLIP mode ,press "MODE" button
2.Press "Shutter" button to start capturing, press again to stop capturing.
CONTINUOUS CAPTURE MODE
1. press "Shutter" button to change icon into CONTINUOUS CAPTURE mode ,press
"MODE" button to confirm.
2.Press the "Shutter" button to take three photos continuously.
3.The power indicator light will flicker per capturing.
DELETE ALL PHOTOS
1. Select the fifth icon and press "Shutter" button to enter "DELETE ALL" mode.
2.Select "YES" option to delete all files , and select "No" option to cancel.
HI RESOLUTION/LO RESOLUTION
The resolution governs how much detail is captured in each picture. The default resolution is
1.Select the second icon to set up HI
2.Press "Shutter" button to change the icon into HI or LO resolution.
4.Press"Shutter"button to self-time capturing.
3.pree "MODE" button to confirm .
In order to better utilize the built-in memory, the CLIPSTER carries a File Compression function.
When the digital camera is set to compress the files, more images or increased length of video
can be stored. The default non-compression mode is "Hd".
1.Select the third icon to set up compression / no-compression files .
2.Press "Shutter" button to change the icon into compression / no-compression files .
3.pree "MODE" button to confirm .
In most American and Asian countries, the frequency is generally 60Hz; UK, Japan, and power
supply for your country/area. European countries generally use 50Hz. The correct frequency
should be selected in conformity to the local AC power supply to avoid banding
effect. Please check with the local Electrical Power Supplier to verify the
correct power supply for your country/area.
1.Select the fourth icon to set up light frequency .
2.Press "Shutter" button to change the icon into 50HZ / 60HZ light frequency .
3.pree "MODE" button to confirm .
DOWNLOAD, SAVING, TRANSFERRING & ADJUSTING IMAGES
When the photo memory is full, the operation will stop and the "FL" symbol will appear.
To save your images, you'll need to download or transmit them to your computer.
1.Use the USB cable to connect the computer with the digital camera. You will hear a "beep" sound indicating a
2.Select the folder "My DSC" on your computer desktop or under the Program Menu. Click on the "MYDSC2" icon
to open program.
3.Click the icon of a pink camera on the bottom left to download your images.
USING THE DIGITAL CAMERA AS PC CAMERA
Note: After downloading the files from your camera, thumbnails of the images will be shown on the twelve boxes of
the program screen. Video images will be marked with an "AVI" logo on the upper left-hand corner of the
If the Digital Camera does not start preview automatically, go to "Options" on the menu bar and choose "Preview" to
1. Click on the "Precision 801 V4" folder on your computer desktop or under the Program Menu. Click on the "PC
Cam" icon to open program.
3. A pop-up menu will appear requesting for the desired disk space to set aside for captured file. The default is set
at 1MB. Click OK. (There is no need to enlarge the disk space set aside because the program will automatically
adjust when insufficient.
4. Go to "Options" on the menu bar and choose "Video Capture Filter…" for image setting. Choose the desired level
of "Brightness", "Contrast", "Saturation", "Sharpness", and "White Balance". Click to exit. To return to default image
setting, click "Default" and then "OK" or "Apply".
2. Go to "File" on the menu bar and choose "Set Capture File" for choosing the default location for saving. Choose
the desired location and name the file (be sure to include "AVI" after the file name) then click "Open". The video
recorded will be saved to this location automatically.
5. Go to "Options" on the menu bar and choose "Video Capture Pin…" to choose the resolution of the video that will
be captured. Choose the desired
"Frame Rate" and the desired "Color Space/Compression" and "Output Size". Click "OK" or "Apply" to confirm
setting. Otherwise, click "Cancel" to exit.
6. Go to "Capture" on the menu bar and choose "Set Frame Rate" to set the desired "Frame per Second" for the
video that will be captured. Make sure the checkbox for the "Use Frame Rate" is checked and enter desired Frame
Rate per second. Click "OK" to confirm, click "Cancel" to discontinue the setting.
7. Go to "Capture" on the menu bar and choose "Set Time Limit" to set time limit for the video that will be captured.
Make sure the checkbox for the "Use Time Limit" is checked and enter the desired Time Limit. Click "OK" to
confirm, click "Cancel" to discontinue the setting.
9. The Digital Camera will begin capturing video with the timer on the bottom of the program screen. When finished,
go to "Capture" and choose "Stop Capture" to stop video capturing.
8. Go to "Capture" on the menu bar and choose "Start Capture" (the default saving location must be set). A pop-up
window will appear requesting confirmation to proceed while showing the default saving location. Click "OK" to begin
USING THE DIGITAL CAMERA AS A WEB CAM
a. For Windows®
Click on the "Start" button on the computer desktop.
When the "Run" window appears, type "conf" and click "Confirm".
Program installation will start automatically.
Follow the on-screen instruction to complete the installation.
b. For Windows®
98 & Me & 2000
Go to the Microsoft®
Official Net meeting®
website to download the latest Net meeting®
10. To save the file in location other than the default location, go to "File" on the menu bar and choose "Save
Captured Video As…". Choose the desired location and rename if necessary (be sure to include "AVI" after the file
name), then click "Open"
The digital camera supports most Webcam software applications such as Microsoft®
Used with these software applications, the digital camera functions as a Web Cam. Below are the detailed
instructions to obtain Microsoft®
Once the program is installed, open the program. When your digital camera is connected to your computer, click
the "Play" icon to activate the digital camera as Web Cam.
Once the installation is completed, one the program. When your digital camera is connected to your computer, click
the "play" icon to activate the digital camera as Web Cam
300K Pixel CMOS sensor
4*16Mb built-in SDRAM
digital video recording (no sound) - still photos - PC Camera
VGA 26 images 79 compressed
-QVGA 104 images 319 compressed
-AVI ~79 seconds
Video Frame Rate:
settings 40cm~infinity (Normal)
Power source: Built-in li-ion battery
Auto power off after 30 seconds without operation
Auto off system time:
Low voltage alarm:
Display on screen
3.58mm(L) x 2.12mm(W) x 1.02 mm(H)
FCC LABELING AND INSTRUCTION MANUAL REQUIREMENTS
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions:(1)this is device may not cause harmful
interference,and(2)this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Warning: changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void the user' s authority to
operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a class Digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses,
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications.However,there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. Lf the equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measure.
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio TV technician for help.
Shielded cables must be used with this unit to ensure compliance with the
Class B FCC limits.
If you are experiencing any issues with our product please contact our customer service department for assistance
This product has been thoroughly tested and inspected before shipment. Purchased from an authorized dealer, it is
guaranteed from defects in material and workmanship from the date of purchase for 1 year. Under the limited
guarantee we will replace or repair any part or parts which have been found to be defective in original material or
workmanship. Should you require in-guarantee service, send your product and proof of purchase directly to
95 E. Messner Dr, Wheeling, IL 60090
. Enclose a check or money order for $9.00 to cover return shipping
charges. Pack the product well and and we recomend using a shipping method that gives you tracking or delivery