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What drive modes are available in the DiMAGE 7?

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The following drive modes are available on the DiMAGE 7: Single-frame Advance, Continuous-Drive, Self-Timer, Bracketing, and Interval.

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Flash modes available on the DiMAGE E223?

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What are the white balance modes available with the camera?

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What optional accessories are available for the DiMAGE A1?

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What is the available shutter speed for the DiMAGE 7?

The DiMAGE 7 has an available shutter speed of 4 sec. - 1/2000 sec., plus Bulb.
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Installation and Usage Tips for the DiMAGE 7 Optional Enhancement Upgrade:

Taken from the DiMAGE 7 Upgrade Software Installation Pamphlet… Power Supply during Update: When performing the software update, please use a set of fully charged NI-MH (nickel hydrogen) batteries or the AC Adapter AC-1L or AC-2L (sold separately). When using the AC Adapter, be sure not to inadvertently disconnect the camera during the software updating procedure, otherwise the camera may be permanently damaged. Amendment to the DiMAGE 7 Upgrade Software manual… (Located on an insertion card within Upgrade Kit and Upgrade Firmware boxes) For Windows XP users: Do not copy the dsc.app and ram.bin files directly from the CD-ROM to the CF card or the upgrade will not be executed correctly. First copy these two files onto the computer’s hard drive or desktop, and then copy them into the CF card. After upgrading: When the camera is turned to the playback mode, the no-image message appears and the images taken before the upgrade are not displayed. These images were placed in a folder with names ending in MLT03, the upgraded camera places images in folders ending in MLT14, see CompactFlash card folder organization in the DiMAGE 7 manual. To view images taken before the upgrade, select the appropriate folder in the custom 1 section of the setup menu. Refer to DiMAGE 7 manual for a description of this function. When using autofocus with the wide focus frame, the live image may freeze for an instant as the AF system determines the focus. This is because autofocus speed is increased
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What equipment is required when upgrading to the DiMAGE 7 Optional Enhancement Upgrade?

A PC or Macintosh with a CD-ROM drive and the DiMAGE 7 interface kit are required. If you do not have the Dimage 7 interface kit, a CF card reader/writer can be used for updating.
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Where can I get the DiMAGE 7 Optional Enhancement Upgrade software?

The DiMAGE 7 Optional Enhancement Upgrade software is available for purchase through Konica Minolta's Online Store. It can also be installed by Konica Minolta's NJ Repair Facility. Please visit the Konica Minolta on-line store using the link on the lefthand side of our homepage.
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