Question about Cameras
I lost my cd
The camera has auto and manual white balance options. You can choose from daylight, shade, tungsten or fluorescent. You can set the exposure to Auto or Manual, from a range of 2.0 to -2.0. It doesn't have a red eye reduction mode; the flash only has Auto, On and Off modes. It supports both NTSC and PAL for TV output. The camera uses four AAA 1.5V batteries, either Alkaline, NiCD or Ni-MH batteries. It has a power save mode that automatically turns off the camera after a minute or two of inactivity. It's very helpful in saving battery life. The camera has no optical zoom, and a very useless digital zoom of 4X, for both preview and playback.
Pics can be transferred via the USB cable, and the camera is automatically detected in Windows XP. The same cable is used to stream video in the Webcam mode.
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