Basic Usage Instructions for SVP DC8000 Digital Camera
This is my first time using this camera... I can get it to come on, navigate around the menu, etc, but every time I try to take a picture, it just beeps at me. I would appreciate any help you could provide.
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To set the date and time stamp on pictures, Follow the given instructions: Setting Date and Time:
First of all set the exact and time if your camera:
Press the "Menu" button on the camera and use the right navigation button to choose the "Set Up" menu.
Scroll down to "Date/Time" and press the ""Func./Set" button. The set
date and time will appear on the screen, and the month unit will flash.
Adjust the month unit by pressing the up or down navigation buttons.
Move to the day unit by pressing the right navigation button. Use the
same instructions to adjust each unit of the date and time.Push the "Func./Set" button to save the time and date settings.
Setting Date Stamp on pictures:
Press the "Func./Set" button and select "Recording Pixels" and "Postcard". The camera is now set to "Postcard" mode.
Open the "Rec." menu by pressing the "Menu" button on the back of the camera.
Highlight "Date Stamp" by pressing the down navigation button.
Change the "Date Stamp" setting by pressing the right or left navigation
button. Your choices are "Off", "Date" or "Date/Time". Now, when you
take photographs the date or the date and time will appear on the
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Digital cameras use batteries p very quickly. Some batteries last longer than others. I buy large multi packs at the big box store near me. When you say two uses, do you mean just two pictures or two uses taking several pictures? You can go to your cameras menu and navigate through it to adjust several of the settings which will save power. You should also be sure that your battery setting is correct while you are there.
Look through your manual to read about the menu settings and battery usage.
Usually, you must get rid of the pics in the internal memory in order for the card to work.With no card in the camera, go into the menu and find "format"...follow the on-screen instructions. Then, your card should work.