Question about Kodak Cameras
Displaying pictures and videos on a television
You can display pictures and videos on a television, computer monitor, or any device
equipped with a video input. (Image quality on a television screen may not be as good
as on a computer monitor or when printed.)
NOTE: Ensure that the Video Out setting (NTSC or PAL) is correct (see page 48). The slide show stops if you
connect or disconnect the cable while the slide show is running.
1 Connect an audio/video cable (AV-8) from the camera USB, A/V Out port to the
television video-in port (yellow) and audio-in port (white). See your television
user's guide for details.
2 Review pictures and videos on the television.
Running a slide show
Use the Slide Show to display your pictures and videos on the LCD screen.
To save battery power, use an optional Kodak 5-volt AC adapter.
Starting the slide show
1 Press the Review button, then press the Menu button.
2 Move to highlight Slide Show , then press the OK button.
3 Move to highlight your option, then press the OK button.
Each picture and video is displayed once.
To interrupt the Slide Show, press the OK button.
Changing the slide show display interval
The default interval setting displays each picture for 5 seconds. You can set the display
interval from 3 to 60 seconds.
1 On the Slide Show menu, move to highlight Interval, then press the OK
2 Select a display interval.
To scroll through the seconds quickly, press and hold .
3 Press the OK button.
The interval setting remains until you change it.
Posted on Mar 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ive opened the canon powershot 1s IS. id had the problem that the LCD stated black from the beginning.
i opened the lens(is that an english word for all the glasses???) and i saw what the problem was.
to take a picture, a very small (valve??) opens and closes very fast. this valve? was sticked together by something like glue. i removed the glue(smaller than one piece of sand) and the camera works fine.
i'm sorry for my bad english, but i'm dutch.
its easy and done whitin 2 hours.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
you need to download the Kodak easy share software
here you go
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
The Memory card is defective if u continue to use the same memory card more pictures which u take may spoil so pls try to use a diffrent memory card it will work fine.........
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
I typically recommend using a card reader- it's a constant and generally works better and it keep the wear and tear down on the camera/battery. I'd recommend you try using a reader and see if it's working correctly. If not, look at the USB port and also check the hardware (Device) manager and ensure that the USB ports are working properly.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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