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CONTENTSⅠ. SPECIFICATION 1. CAMERA SPECIFICATION …………………………………………………………………………………… 4 2. System Requirements …………………………………………………………………………………………… 7 3. LCD monitor indicator …………………………………………………………………………………………… 8 4. CONNECTION DIAGRAM……………………………………………………………………………………… 11 5. IDENTIFICATION OF FEATURES …………………………………………………………………………… 12 Ⅱ. EXPLODED VIEW AND PARTS LIST 1. MAIN ASSEMBLY ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 14 2. BODY ASSEMBLY1 …………………………………………………………………………………………… 16 3. BODY ASSEMBLY2 …………………………………………………………………………………………… 18 4. BARREL ASSEMBLY…………………………………………………………………………………………… 20 5. TOP COVE...
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CONTENTS Ⅰ. SPECIFICATION

1. CAMERA SPECIFICATION …………………………………………………………………………………… 4 2. System Requirements …………………………………………………………………………………………… 7 3. LCD monitor indicator …………………………………………………………………………………………… 8 4. CONNECTION DIAGRAM……………………………………………………………………………………… 11 5. IDENTIFICATION OF FEATURES …………………………………………………………………………… 12

Ⅱ. EXPLODED VIEW AND PARTS LIST

1. MAIN ASSEMBLY ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 14 2. BODY ASSEMBLY1 …………………………………………………………………………………………… 16 3. BODY ASSEMBLY2 …………………………………………………………………………………………… 18 4. BARREL ASSEMBLY…………………………………………………………………………………………… 20 5. TOP COVER ASSEMBLY……………………………………………………………………………………… 24 6. FRONT COVER ASSEMBLY ………………………………………………………………………………… 26 7. BACK COVER ASSEMBLY …………………………………………………………………………………… 28 8. PACKING ITEM ………………………………………………………………………………………………… 30

Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT

1. FIRMWARE …………………………………………………………………………………………………… 34 2. ADJUSTMENT CAUTION …………………………………………………………………………………… 52

Ⅳ. PATTERN DIAGRAM

1. PARTS ARRANGEMENT FOR EACH PCB ASS’Y 1) MAIN_TOP …………………………………………………………………………………………………… 85 2) MAIN_BOTTOM………………………………………………………………………………………………… 86,

Ⅴ. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

1) MAIN_AUDIO ………………………………………………………………………………………………… 87 2) MAIN_DSP……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 88 3) MAIN_DV ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 89 4) MAIN_MEMORY (DDR/FLASH) ………………………………………………………………………………… 90 5) MAIN_PIC_MICOM……………………………………………………………………………………………… 91 6) MAIN_MOTOR IC ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 92 7) MAIN_POWER (TI) ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 93 8) MAIN_CRADLE CON …………………………………………………………………………………………… 94 9) MAIN_LCD CON………………………………………………………………………………………………… 95 10) MAIN_TOP KEY CON ………………………………………………………………………………………… 96

Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION ……………………………………………………………………………………97

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Ⅰ. SPECIFICATION

1. CAMERA SPECIFICATION Image Sensor - Type : 1/1.76" CCD - Effective Pixel : Approx. 8.1 Mega-pixel - Total Pixel : Approx. 8.2 Mega-pixel Lens - Focal Length : Schneider Lens f = 7.3 ~ 21.9mm (35mm film equivalent : 34 ~ 102mm) - F No. : F2.8 - F5.2 - Digital Zoom : · Still Image mode : 1.0X ~ 5.0X · Play mode : 1.0X ~ 10.2X (depends on image size) LCD Monitor 2.5" color TFT LCD (230,000 pixel) Focusing - Type : TTL auto focus (Multi-AF, Center AF, Face Recognition AF) - Range Wide(W) Tele(T) Normal 80cm ~ Infinity 80cm ~ Infinity Macro 4cm ~ 80cm 50cm ~ 80cm Auto Macro 4cm ~ Infinity 50cm ~ Infinity Shutter - Speed : Auto, Program, ASR, Effect : 1 ~ 1/1,500 sec. Manual : 15 ~ 1/1,500 sec. Night : 4 ~ 1/1,500 sec. Fireworks : 4 sec. Exposure - Control : Program AE - Metering : Multi, Spot, Center-weighted, Face Recognition AE - Compensation : ±2EV (1/3EV steps) - ISO Equivalent : Auto, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200 Flash - Modes : Auto, Auto & Red-eye reduction, Fill-in flash, Slow sync, Flash off, Red-eye Fix - Range : 30cm ~ 4.5m (Wide), 50cm ~ 2.4m (Tele) - Recharging Time : Approx. 4 sec. Sharpness - Soft, Normal, Vivid Effect - Normal, B&W, Sepia, Red, Green, Blue, Negative, Custom, Composite, Photo Frame, GIF Animation White Balance - Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Fluorescent_H, Fluorescent_L, Tungsten, Custom, Ⅰ. SPECIFICATION Voice Recording - Voice Recording (Max 10 hour) - Voice Memo in Still Image (Max. 10 sec.) Date Imprinting - Date, Date&Time, Off (user selectable) Shooting - Still Image : · Modes : Auto, Program, Manual, ASR, Effect, Scene · Scene : Night, Portrait, Children, Landscape, Close-up, Text, Sunset, Dawn, Backlight, Fireworks, Beach & Snow, Self-Shot, Food, Café · Continuous : Single, Continuous, High Speed, AEB Motion Capture : 7fps up to 20 shots · Self-timer : 2 sec., 10 sec., Double(10 sec., 2 sec.), Remocon (optional) - Movie Clip : · With Audio or without Audio (recording time: max. 4GB or 6 hours) · Size : 640x480, 320x240 · Frame rate : 30 fps, 15 fps · 3X Optical Zoom and Mute in Zooming · Movie Stabilizer (User Selectable) · Movie Editing (Embedded) : Pause during recording, Still Image Capture, Time Trimming Storage - Media : · Internal Memory : About 20MB · External Memory (Optional) : SD (up to 2GB guaranteed) SDHC Card (up to 4GB guaranteed) MMC Plus (Up to 1GB, 4bit 20MHz) * Internal Memory capacity is subject to change without prior notice. - File Format : · Still Image : JPEG (DCF), EXIF 2.21, DPOF 1.1, PictBridge 1.0 · Movie : AVI (MPEG-4) · Audio : WAV - Image Size 3264X 3264X 3072X 3264X 2592X 2048X 1024X 2448 2176 2304 1832 1944 1536 768, Ⅰ. SPECIFICATION - Capacity (256MB MMC) Super Fine 60 68 68 79 93 143 419 Fine 115 128 129 149 173 255 617 Normal 165 182 183 210 242 345 732 * These figures are measured under Samsung’s standard conditions and may vary depending on shooting conditions and camera settings. Image Play - Type : Single image, Thumbnails, Slide show, Movie Clip, Photo Gallery - Editing : Trimming, Resizing, Rotate, Effect, M.GIF, Red-eye Fix, Movie clip capture Interface - Digital output connector : USB 2.0 - Audio : Mono - Video output : NTSC, PAL (user selectable) - DC power input connector : 24pin Connector Power Source - Rechargeable battery : 3.7V Li-ion battery (SLB-0837(B)) - Adaptor : SAC-46 * Included battery may depending on sales region. Dimensions (WxHxD) - 96.5 x 60 x 18.6 mm Weight - 151.7g (without batteries and card) Operating Temperature - 0 ~ 40°C Operating Humidity - 5 ~ 85% Software - Samsung Master, Adobe Reader, Ⅰ. SPECIFICATION 2. System Requirements For Windows For Macintosh PC with processor better than Pentium II 450MHz Power Mac G3 or later (Pentium 800MHz recommended) Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP/Vista Mac OS 10.0 ~ 10.4 Minimum 128MB RAM (512MB recommended) Minimum 64MB RAM (512MB recommended) 200MB of available hard disk space 110MB of available hard-disk space (1GB recommended) USB port USB port CD-ROM drive CD-ROM drive 1024x768 pixels, 16-bit color display compatible monitor (24-bit color display recommended) Microsoft DirectX 9.0 or later, Ⅰ. SPECIFICATION 3. LCD monitor indicator ■ Recording mode⑤④③②①⑥⑧⑨⑩⑪⑫⑳⑦⑬⑭⑮⑯⑰⑱⑲[ Image & Full Status ], Ⅰ. SPECIFICATION No. Description Icons 1 Recording mode 2 Date / Time 01:00 PM 2007.07.01 Number of available shots remaining 8 Remaining time (Movie clip / Voice recording) 00:01:00/01:00:00 4 Memory card icon / Internal memory icon / 5 Battery 6 Optical / Digital Zoom bar / Digital Zoom rate 7 Focus mode 8 Flash 9 Image size 10 Shooting mode 11 Metering 12 Sharpness 13 Effect 14 Focus Area 15 Image quality / Frame rate 16 Self-timer 17 Voice recording / Voice memo / Without Sound / 18 Setup menu 19 Extension menu 20 Stabilizer 21 Exposure compensation 22 ISO 23 White Balance 24 Auto focus area 25 Face Recognition, Ⅰ. SPECIFICATION ■ Play mode⑯①⑮②ISO : 100⑭③AV : F2.8⑬④TV : 1/30 ⑤ FLASH : ON⑫⑥3264 X 2448⑪⑦2007.07.01⑧⑩⑨No. Description Icons 1 Battery 2 ISO 80~3200 3 Aperture value F2.8 ~ F7.0 4 Shutter speed 15~1/1500 5 Flash ON/OFF 6 Image size 3264 X 2448 7 Recording date 2007.07.01 8 Slide Bar 9 Fn menu : Press the smart button Edit / Play 10 Setup menu 11 DPOF menu 12 Delete menu 13 Protect menu 14 Slide show menu 15 Play back mode icon 16 Folder name and Stored image number 100-0001, Ⅰ. SPECIFICATION 4. CONNECTION DIAGRAM SD Card Card Reader TV Monitor Lap top IBM / MAC USB Cable AV Cable AC Adaptor, Ⅰ. SPECIFICATION 5. IDENTIFICATION OF FEATURES

Front & Top

Shutter button Mode dial Speaker Power button Self-timer lamp Built-in flash Remote control sensor Auto focus lamp Lens/ Lens cover Microphone

Back

Zoom W button (Thumbnail) Camera status lamp Zoom T button (Digital zoom) LCD monitor Smart button Eyelet for camera strap Smart button BACK button / FR button Play mode button, Ⅰ. SPECIFICATION

Bottom

Battery chamber cover Battery chamber Battery holder Memory card slot Tripod socket Battery cover lever USB / AV connection terminal,

Ⅱ. EXPLODED VIEW AND PART LIST

1. MAIN ASSEMBLY 1-2 1-3 1-2 1-5 1-4 1-3 1-2 1-2, Ⅱ. EXPLODED VIEW AND PART LIST 2. BODY ASSEMBLY1 2-15 2-14 2-13 2-18 2-17 2-12 2-16 2-19 2-22 2-11 2-10 2-20 2-2 2-5 2-1 2-3 2-4 2-25 2-27 2-4 2-9 2-6 2-24 2-23 2-26 2-7 2-8, Ⅱ. EXPLODED VIEW AND PART LIST 3. BODY ASSEMBLY2 3-7 3-3 3-6 3-4 3-5 3-2 3-1 3-12 3-13 3-8 3-9 3-10 3-17 3-16 3-18 3-11 3-19 3-15 3-14,

Ⅱ. EXPLODED VIEW AND PART LIST

4. BARREL ASSEMBLY 4-68 4-29 4-12 4-11 4-60 4-61 4-32 4-7 4-5 4-10 4-8 4-9 4-1 4-6 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-13 4-19 4-14 4-21 4-28 4-20 4-25 4-30 4-15 4-16 4-26 4-22 4-17 4-18 4-27 4-31 4-24 4-62 4-23 4-39 4-37 4-63 4-35 4-34 4-36 4-33 4-64 4-38 4-51 4-48 4-45 4-50 4-40 4-49 4-66 4-47 4-46 4-59 4-43 4-44 4-42 4-41 4-65 4-55 4-57 4-58 4-56 4-52 4-54 4-53 4-67, Ⅱ. EXPLODED VIEW AND PART LIST 5. TOP COVER ASSEMBLY 5-13 5-12 5-11 5-10 5-9 5-28 5-8 5-27 5-30 5-31 5-15 5-7 5-4 5-3 5-17 5-2 5-16 5-1 5-14 5-19 5-20 5-29 5-5 5-24 5-18 5-6 5-21 5-22 5-26 5-25 5-23, Ⅱ. EXPLODED VIEW AND PART LIST 6. FRONT COVER ASSEMBLY 6-9 6-5 6-8 6-7 6-2 6-1 6-6 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-10 6-11 6-12, Ⅱ. EXPLODED VIEW AND PART LIST 7. BACK COVER ASSEMBLY 7-4 7-3 7-5 7-6 7-1 7-2 7-7, Ⅱ. EXPLODED VIEW AND PART LIST 8. PACKING ITEM 8-12 8-18 8-13 8-15 8-16 8-14 8-17 8-7 8-20 8-10 8-9 8-11 8-2 8-1 8-21 8-22 8-23 8-6 8-19, Fig No. Old Parts Code New Parts Code Parts Name Q'ty Supply Remarks 1. MAIN ASSEMBLY 1-1 Q6003049101A 6003-001677 SCREW 1435(T) 1 X 1-2 Q6003049101A 6003-001677 SCREW 1435(T) 9 X 1-3 Q7411124001A AD61-03530A BATTERY HINGE1O1-4 Q6107068901A 6107-001433 BATTERY HINGE SPRING1OQ9007293901A AD97-14768A BATTERY_COVER_ASSY1OBLACK 1-5 Q9007293901B AD97-14770A BATTERY_COVER_ASSY1OSILVER 2. BODY ASSEMBLY1 2-1 Q9008125101A AD92-00429A MAIN_PCB_ASSY1O2-2 Q9761173512 6003-001691 SCREW3X2-3 Q4102016401A AD41-01048A 24PIN CONNECT FPCB1O2-4 Q9761175012 6003-001695 SCREW2X2-5 Q6001023001A 6001-002163 SCREW1X2-6 Q9008108901A AD92-00299A REMOCON FPCB ASSY1O2-7 Q9008123001A AD92-00406A STROBO_PCB_ASSY1O2-8 Q9761173012 6003-001688 SCREW1X2-9 Q9611173007 6002-001419 SCREW2XQ9008123201A AD92-00408A SUB_PCB_ASSY1OBLACK 2-10 Q9008123201B AD92-00409A SUB_PCB_ASSY1OSILVER 2-11 Q4101038001A AD41-00969A SUB CONNECTION FPCB1O2-12 Q9001130301A AD97-13899A LCD_AUO_ASSY1O2-13 Q9006018701A AD97-14024A TACT_BUTTON_ASSY1O2-14 Q7307008501A AD73-00239A BUTTON RUBBER1OQ9006018601A AD97-14021A TOUCH_BUTTON_ASSY1OBLACK 2-15 Q9006018601B AD97-14023A TOUCH_BUTTON_ASSY1OSILVER 2-16 Q6031000901A 6031-001624 SLIDE BUTTON FPCB WASHER1O2-17 Q6001017701A 6001-002133 SCREW1X2-18 Q7409243401A AD63-02032A SHIELD FOAMC1O2-19 Q7409302001A AD63-02350A TOP SHIELD FOAM1O2-20 Q7409243501A AD63-02033A SHIELD FOAME2O2-21 Q7409291301A AD63-02282A REMOCON FPCB TAPE1X2-22 Q3001001701A 3001-002319 SPEAKER1O2-23 Q2904003702A AD63-01247A IR CUT FILTER1O2-24 Q7309053701A AD63-01915A IR CUSHION 1 O, 2-25 Q9008125301A AD92-00431A CCD_FPCB ASSY1OQ9002172401A AD97-13609A BARREL ASSY1OBLACK 2-26 Q9002176301A AD97-13642A BARREL ASSY1OSILVER 2-27 Q6003000201A 6003-001633 SCREW3O3. BODY ASSEMBLY2 3-1 Q7211091402A AD62-00069A BATTERY_CHAMBER1O3-2 Q6107068702A 6107-001431 BATTERY PUSH SPRING1O3-3 Q9001133302A AD97-13943A MAIN_LCD_HOLDER_ASSY1O3-4 Q7409300401A AD63-02339A MAIN_PLATE_SHEET1X3-5 Q7409238801A AD63-02029A SHIELD FOAMB1X3-6 Q9761173012 6003-001688 SCREW2X3-7 Q6003047701A 6003-001674 SCREW1X3-8 Q7011056503A AD61-03145A BATTERY_HOLDER_PLATE1O3-9 Q7409227601A AD63-01994A SHIELD FOAMA2O3-10 Q9761172507 6003-001686 SCREW2X3-11 Q7409243301A AD63-02031A LCD_TAPE2X3-12 Q7011056701A AD67-00625A BATTERY CONTACT3O3-13 Q9761172507 6003-001686 SCREW3X3-14 Q7103003802A AD66-00491A BATTERY LOCK LEVER1O3-15 Q6107068802A 6107-001432 BATTERY LOCK LEVER SPRING1O3-16 Q7411126601A AD61-03542A BATTERY LOCK HINGE1O3-17 Q7217412601A AD61-03494A TRIPOD_CONNECTOR1O3-18 Q9761172507 6003-001686 SCREW1X3-19 Q9761173012 6003-001688 SCREW1X3-20 Q7409306001A AD63-02385A AF ISOLATION TAPE1X4. BARREL ASSEMBLY 4-1 Q0961900101A 6003-001629 SCREW1X4-2 Q0961900301A 6003-001630 SCREW2X4-3 Q7212209001A AD63-01523A ZOOM COVER1X4-4 Q7411130201A AD66-00549A ZOOM GEAR_D1X4-5 Q7411136201A AD66-00559A ZOOM GEAR_C1X4-6 Q7212209201A AD66-00512A ZOOM GEAR_A1X4-7 Q7411125201A AD66-00542A ZOOM GEAR_B1X4-8 Q7411125501A AD66-00543A ZOOM GEAR SHAFT2X4-9 Q7212209101A AD61-03442A ZOOM GEAR BASE1X4-10 Q0961900301A 6003-001630 SCREW 2 X, 4-11 Q4101042001A AD41-00997A MAIN FPCB1X4-12 Q0608001301A 0604-001302 PHOTO INTERRUPTER1X4-13 Q0608001001A 0604-001374 PHOTO INTERRUPTER1X4-14 Q0608000701A 0604-001373 PHOTO REFLECTOR1X4-15 Q0961900101A 6003-001629 SCREW1X4-16 Q7212194902A AD66-00509A ZOOM MOTOR GEAR1X4-17 Q9611142001A DNA SCREW2X4-18 Q3107003001A AD31-00068A ZOOM MOTOR1X4-19 Q0961900301A 6003-001630 SCREW3X4-20 Q0961900101A 6003-001629 SCREW1X4-21 Q6003000201A 6003-001633 SCREW1X4-22 Q7012099601A AD61-03258A AF GUIDE HOLDER1X4-23 Q7012080802A AD61-03230A AF CLIP HOLDER1X4-24 Q7012080702A AD61-03229A AF CLIP1X4-25 Q7411136301A AD66-00560A AF GUIDE BAR-A1X4-26 Q7411121501A AD66-00531A AF GUIDE BAR-B1X4-27 Q9002173101A AD97-13617A 3RD LENS ASSY1X4-28 Q6003048101A 6003-001675 SCREW1X4-29 Q3104002001A 3101-001447 AF MOTOR1X4-30 Q0961900101A 6003-001629 SCREW1X4-31 Q7012088401A AD61-03240A SENSOR HOLDER1O4-32 Q7212208401A AD61-03439A LENS BASE1O4-33 Q7212194501A AD67-00687A OUTER GUIDE BARREL1O4-34 Q7212194401A AD67-00686A OUTER CAM BARREL1OQ7012092401A AD64-01757A CAM DECORATION RING1OBLACK 4-35 Q7012101401A AD64-01780A CAM DECORATION RING1OSILVER 4-36 Q7409226602A AD63-01987A CAM SHIELD1XQ7212208901A AD67-00720A CAM BARREL1OBLACK 4-37 Q7212209301A AD67-00722A CAM BARREL1OSILVER 4-38 Q7411120101A AD66-00528A OCB PIN3X4-39 Q7212208701A AD61-03441A GUIDE PLATE1O4-40 Q7409220002A AD63-01958A 1ST SHEET1X4-41 Q7012086802A AD61-03236A 1ST PUSH PLATE1O4-42 Q9002144401A AD97-13435A 1ST LENS ASSY(G1,G2) 1 O Q7212208801A AD67-00719A ZOOM RING1O4-43 Q7212209401A AD67-00723A ZOOM RING1OSILVER, 4-44 Q7411122202A DNA 1ST MOVE PIN3X4-45 Q7012088204A AD63-01274A 2ND SHEET1X4-46 Q9002172901A AD97-13615A 2ND LENS ASSY1O4-47 Q9002172901A AD97-13615A 2ND MOVE PIN3X4-48 Q7012088503A AD63-01275A SHUTTER SHIELD1X4-49 Q7409219302A AD63-01956A 2ND SHEET TAPE1X4-50 Q9005163103A AD97-13736A SHUTTER ASSY1O4-51 Q7012087104A AD81-02880A FPCB GUIDER1XQ7012092503B AD64-01759A FRONT DECORING1O4-52 Q7012099801A AD64-01773A FRONT DECORING1OSILVER 4-53 Q6003048101A 6003-001675 BARRIER SCREW2X4-54 Q7212189103A AD64-01835A FRONT PANEL1X4-55 Q7212189303A AD61-03412A BARRIER FRAME1X4-56 Q7212189205A AD61-03410A BARRIER BASE1X4-57 Q7212189404A AD66-00503A BARRIER LEVER1X4-58 Q6107065503A 6107-001421 CLOSE SPRING2X4-59 Q6107065401A 6107-001420 OPEN SPRING1X4-60 Q9002172501A AD97-13611A LENSE BASE ASSY1O4-61 Q9008122201A AD92-00397A MAIN FPCB ASSY1O4-62 Q9002173001A AD97-13616A 3RD BARREL ASSY1O4-63 Q9002175201A AD97-13633A OUTER CAM BARREL1OQ9002172701A AD97-13613A CAM BARREL ASSY1O4-64 Q9002176101A AD97-13640A CAM BARREL ASSY1OSILVER Q9002172601A AD97-13612A ZOOM RING ASSY1O4-65 Q9002176201AAD97-13641A ZOOM RING ASSY1OSILVER 4-66 Q9002172801A AD97-13614A 2ND BARREL ASSY1O4-67 Q90002145201A DNA BARRIER ASSY1OQ9002172401A AD97-13609A BARREL ASSY1OBLACK 4-68 Q9002176301A AD97-13642A BARREL ASSY1OSILVER 5. TOP COVER ASSEMBLY 5-1 Q7217376710A AD63-01546A TOP INNER COVER1X5-2 Q7409225902A AD63-01982A TOP TAPE_A1X5-3 Q7409226002A AD63-01983A TOP TAPE_B1X5-4 Q7409226101A AD63-01984A TOP TAPE_C1X5-5 Q9007270401A AD97-14344A POWER_BUTTON_ASSY1O5-6 Q6003001401A 6003-001637 SCREW 1 X, 5-7 Q9007273201A AD97-14397A POPUP_STROBO_ASSY1X5-8 Q7217411501A AD64-02006A REAR_ACCESS_WINDOW1X5-9 Q7117014601D AD63-01452A TOP_AL-COVER_BL1X5-10 Q7409256101A AD63-02096A RELEASE_DECO_RING_TAPE1XQ7217412701A AD64-02017A RELEASE_DECO1OBLACK 5-11 Q7217412701B AD64-02018A RELEASE_DECO1OSILVER 5-12 Q6107070902A 6107-001447 RELEASE BUTTON SPRING1O5-13 Q7217376901A AD64-01863A RELEASE_BUTTON1O5-14 Q7409111601A 6031-001628 RELEASE WASHER1OQ7217376802A AD64-01861A MODE_DIAL1OBLACK 5-15 Q7217376802D AD64-01862A MODE_DIAL 1 SiLVER 5-16 Q6107062602B 6107-001414 MODE DIAL CLICK SPRING2O5-17 Q6609000301A AD64-01738A MODE DIAL CLICK BALL2O5-18 Q9007272001A AD97-14371A MODE_CONTACT_ASSY1O5-19 Q7409244904B AD63-02040A TOP_SHIELD_SHEET1X5-20 Q7409243401A AD63-02032A SHIELD_FOAM_C1O5-21 Q7014010202A AD63-01302A POP UP STOPPER1X5-22 Q9006018901A AD97-14028A TOP_PLATE_ASSY1O5-23 Q9761173012 6003-001688 SCREW3X5-24 Q9007273001A AD97-14395A SOLENOIDE_ASSY1O5-25 Q6003049101A 6003-001677 SCREW3X5-26 Q6003000201A 6003-001633 SCREW1X5-27 Q7409227402C AD63-01993A MODE DIAL TAPE1XQ7411123902C AD63-02513A MODE_DIAL_CAP1OBLACK 5-28 Q7411123902F AD63-02514A MODE_DIAL_CAP1OSILVER 5-29 Q7217377001B AD64-01865A SELF_LED_WINDOW1O5-30 Q7117014904D DNA POPUP_AL_COVER1XQ9007291601A AD97-14722A TOP_COVER_ASSY1OBLACK 5-31 Q9007291601B AD97-14723A TOP_COVER_ASSY1OSILVER 6. FRONT COVER ASSEMBLY 6-1 Q7117014401K AD63-01435A FRONT_AL_COVER_BL_DOM1XQ7217380101A AD63-01574A GRIP1OBLACK 6-2 Q7217380101D AD63-01575A GRIP1OSILVER 6-3 Q7217377901A AD61-03466A GRIP HOLDER1O6-4 Q9761172507 6003-001686 SCREW2X6-5 Q9007291301A AD97-14711A FRONT_INNER_COVER_ASSY 1 X, 6-6 Q7217377301A AD64-01868A AF LED WINDOW1X6-7 Q7217377201A AD64-01867A REMOCON WINDOW1X6-8 Q7409244801A AD63-02038A REMOCON_TAPE1X6-9 Q7409244701A AD63-02037A REMOCON_FILTER1X6-10 Q7409299601A AD63-02332A DECORATION_TAPE1XQ7411137701B AD64-02165A DECORATION_FRONT_RING1XBLACK 6-11 Q7411137701C AD64-02166A DECORATION_FRONT_RING1XSILVER Q9007291501A AD97-14716A FRONT_COVER_ASSY_VLUU_NV81OBLACK Q9007291501B AD97-14717A FRONT_COVER_ASSY_Samsung_NV81OBLACK Q9007291501C AD97-14718A FRONT_COVER_ASSY_藍調_NV81OBLACK 6-12 Q9007291501D AD97-14719A FRONT_COVER_ASSY_VLUU_NV81OSILVER Q9007291501E AD97-14720A FRONT_COVER_ASSY_Samsung_NV81OSILVER Q9007291501F AD97-14721A FRONT_COVER_ASSY_藍調_NV81OSILVER 7. BACK COVER ASSEMBLY 7-1 Q7117018001B AD63-01478A BACK_AL_COVER_BL1XQ7103005401C AD61-03353A STRAP_HOLDER1OBLACK 7-2 Q7103005401D AD61-03354A STRAP_HOLDER1OSILVER 7-3 Q7017059501A AD61-03318A STRAP_HOLDER_SUPPORT_PLATE1O7-4 Q9611172007 6003-001683 SCREW3X7-5 Q7409292001A AD63-02286A LCD_WINDOW_TAPE1X7-6 Q7217411901A AD64-02009A LCD_WINDOW1XQ9007291401A AD97-14713A BACK_COVER_ASSY1OBLACK 7-7 Q9007291401B AD97-14714A BACK_COVER_ASSY1OSILVER 8. 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1. FIRMWARE 1) Resetting Camera 1. Turn on the Camera 2. Press and hold the W (Wide) button and Back button and then press the Power button again to turn it off., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 3. Turn on the camera and check whether the camera is reset or not., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 2) Checking version 1. Remove the memory card from the camera. 2. Connect the AC adapter or a fully charged battery., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 3. Turn on the camera and select SCENE, using the Mode Dial.

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4. Press the Shutter button (S2) while holding down the W (Wide) and the Back buttons., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 5. The Developer mode menu will appear on the LCD monitor. Select 1. Confirm version. Note Factory Reset All initializes the following items. ① Settings in the OSD Screen (ISO, Fno, Shutter Speed, AF Mode…) ② OSD Language ③ Date/Time ④ Setup Mode Setting Factory Reset All automatically formats the internal memory. Therefore, this function deletes all the data saved in the internal memory. In principle, you have to run “Factory Reset All” after firmware upgrade. (When the camera restarts after firmware upgrade, it automatically enters the Factory Reset All mode.), Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 6. The current version of the firmware will appear on the LCD. Item Description This is the DSC set name. As development progresses, the following suffix is DEV STEP attached: PV1, PV2, PR1, PR2, etc. General commercial products have the same name. DSP VERSION This is the main firmware version of the DSP that runs the camera. DSP DATE This is the date the main firmware was created. BOOTING VERSION General commercial products have the 'FAST' version. DSP BOOT LOADER This is the firmware version of the internal ROM. TOUCH PAD VER This is the firmware version of the Micom that drives the touchpad., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 3) Upgrading 1. Insert the SD card containing the firmware file into the camera. * Updating the firmware will delete all the data in the Flash memory. Be sure to back up all the data onto your PC before updating the firmware. The firmware file name must be "nv1_83.bin". 2. Connect the AC adapter or fully charged battery. To upgrade the firmware, the battery level indicator on the LCD monitor must be full (level three)., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 3. Turn on the camera and select SCENE, using the Mode Dial.

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4. Press the Shutter button (S2) while holding down the W (Wide) and the Back button., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 5. The Developer mode menu will appear on the LCD. Select 3. Upgrade Firmware. 6. The upgrade will start, displaying the progress message on the LCD as shown below., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT, Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 7. After completing the upgrade, the camera is turned off automatically. 8. Turn on the camera again and select Reset in the SETUP menu., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 4) Upgrading Firmware upgrade procedures for the Slide button are described below. 1. Insert the SD card including the Slide Button firmware file into the camera. * The firmware file name must be "slidebtn.hex". 2. Connect the AC adapter or a fully charged battery. * To upgrade the firmware, the battery level indicator on the LCD monitor must be full (level three)., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 3. Turn on the camera and select SCENE, using the Mode Dial

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4. Press the Shutter button (S2) while holding down the W (Wide) and the Back buttons., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 5. The Developer mode menu will appear on the LCD. Select 4. Upgrade Slide Button. 6. The upgrade will start, displaying the progress message on the LCD as shown below. After completing the upgrade, the camera is turned off automatically., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 5) Full Version of Fiirmware Cases for DSC Emergency Recovery ▷ DSC Emergency Recovery is required when the DSC does not start even when it is turned on. ▷ DSC start failure refers to the following cases. ① The Power LED is not lit and the DSC does nothing when you turn the power on. ② Although the Power LED is lit, the DSC fails to boot normally. ③ Although the DSC starts properly, it does not work properly and upgrade through a SD(MMC) card fails. Requirements for DSC Emergency Recovery ▷ DSC Emergency Recovery requires the following preparations. ① Firmware File (file size: 11.6MB, file name: nv1_83.bin) ② DSC Emergency Recovery Firmware File (file size: 4MB, file name: data.bin) ③ SD.DAT File (file size: 64KB) ④ nand.par File (file size: 1KB) ⑤ sdram.par File (file size: 1KB) ⑥ 32M SD (MMC) card containing the files referred to in 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 above. (A Sandisk 32MB SD card is recommended.) ⑦ A Card Reader that can read and write to the memory card, referred to in 6. ⑧ Fully charged battery., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 1. Save files 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 as above into the SD (MMC) card. 2. Insert the SD card including the emergency recovery files into the camera., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 3. Install a fully charged battery, and separate the DSC front cover. Turn the DSC on while short-circuiting the CF1 jumper using tweezers. Then the Status LED lights up. (The lens barrel does not come out and the Power LED does not light up.) Status LED 4. After a moment, when the card is recognized, the Status LED of the DSC quickly blinks and then turns off. Then the front AF lamp is lit as shown by the figure below. (If you use a memory card of greater than 32MB capacity, it requires a long time for the camera to recognize the card, hence using an SD card of equal to or less than 32MB capacity is recommended.) Front AF Lamp, Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 5. When the front AF lamp turns off, remove and then reinstall the battery. (Stop short-circuiting the CF1 jumper.) 6. Turn the DSC on, check if it starts properly and then conduct a normal "Firmware Upgrade". 7. When you upload the firmware for DSC Emergency Recovery, if the Status LED of the DSC does not blink, but just goes on and stays on, it signifies a DSC Emergency Recovery firmware upload failure. In this case, take the following countermeasures, in order. Item Description SD (MMC) card is not recognized. Try upgrading again using another memory card Card Error of small capacity. Check if all the 4 files (data.bin, SD.DAT, nand.par, and sdram.par) necessary for File not Found Emergency Recovery firmware have uploaded in the memory card, and check the names are correct. If the upgrade file is corrupted or a file name is incorrect, copy the necessary files onto File Error the SD card again and the retry the upload. H/W Error Check if the DSC is working properly., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 2. Adjustments for the Replacement of Each Part 1. Adjustment Precautions 1. Purpose This manual describes script commands, how to use them for adjustment, and how to set up adjustment environment settings. A script consists of adjustment commands to compensate for the deviations in each camera. You can correct any camera problems with this script. The purpose of this manual is to aid the adjustment of a camera that is performing incorrectly, or not according to its specification, for whatever reason (in distribution and after-sales service). ☞ For more information on how to adjust after replacing the main board, refer to the section on “Adjustment Data Backup and Restoration for Main Board Replacement". 2. Features A. Scripts for the NV8 are divided into 29 individual adjustments. However, although these can be used as a series of 8 integrated adjustments with a measuring instrument, 6 integrated inspection adjustments, and an integrated adjustment that includes Burning, Defective Pixel and Black Level adjustment, this manual describes each individual adjustment. B. The adjustment of the NV8 is done automatically after inserting an SD card that includes specific script files, and turning on the camera. The required files are adjust83.txt and adjust_t. C. adjust83.txt includes script commands for adjustment. D. adjust_t is used to start adjustment and commonly used for all adjustments., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 3. Procedures The procedures for adjustment are described below. A. Prepare a SD or MMC card for adjustment. B. Copy the necessary script into the root directory of the SD card. (Adjustment scripts are saved in the folders as shown below.) Figure 1. Script File Folders for Adjustment, Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT C. Insert the prepared SD card, and a battery. D. Set up the environment setting for each adjustment (for more information on requirements for adjustments, refer to the corresponding adjustment section) and set the camera in the proper position. E. Press the Power button to turn the camera on. Adjustment will start automatically. Figure 3. Set the camera according to the adjustment environment and then turn it on., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT F. Reset the camera. G. Mark inspection for passing an adjustment. H. After an adjustment, the camera checks the battery level. If the level is good, “OK” will be signaled and the procedure continues. If the level is bad, “NG” will be signaled and the procedure stops. - OK: AF lamp blinks once. - NG: AF lamp blinks twice I. After completing the procedure, data that were saved temporarily on the cache memory are moved to the Flash ROM of the camera. (To write the data, the procedure must be complete. Data saved on the Flash ROM are not affected by the F/W update) J. After completing the adjustment, a log file including adjustment data and results will be made on the memory card. - Log File Format: NV83XXX0.CSV - All log files follow the format below. (Except the burning procedure result log file) NV83XXX0.CSV Index ItemA ItemB ItemC ItemO … ItemN Result 1 #### #### #### #### … #### OK 2 #### #### #### #### … #### OK * 3 #### #### #### #### … #### OK ● Index: Times of Script Runs ● Result: Good / Bad Result ● File Writing Rule - '*' represents the latest written line - When a log file size exceeds the limit, a new log is created to record log information. (e.g. NV83XXX1.CSV is created when the file size of NV83XXX0.CSV exceeds the limit.) ☞ Although each adjustment can be done separately, there may be adjustments that have to be done before some of the others., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT •「CCD Gain」must precede「 Shutter Close Time」o「r Strobo Exposure Test」. •「PUNT Adjustment」must precede「 Taking Resolution Chart」. •「CCD DEFECT」can be done only when「Burning」is completed and the CCD sensor temperature is high enough. • Most of the adjustments that may cause serious problems are listed in the integrated adjustment. Therefore, if you follow the sequence, there should be no problems., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 2. Adjustment Data Backup and Restoration for Main Board Replacement 1. Purpose The purpose of the backup and restoration of adjustment setting data, when replacing the camera main board, is to maintain the adjustment settings for an individual camera that has been set up to compensate for that camera's deviation, in order to guarantee consistent results. Take care not to enter the adjustment setting data for a different camera in these backup and restoration procedures. The adjustment setting data backup and restoration procedure are only for main board replacement. When replacing a part affecting picture quality such as a lens or CCD, you have to check the result and conduct adjustment for the new part. 2. Procedures 1. Adjustment Data Backup Using a SD Card A. Copy the adjust83.txt and adjust_t files in the “back up” folder of the attachment into the root directory of the SD card and turn the camera on. B. When the camera is turned off after completing the backup, a FLASH. DAT file should have been created in the root directory of the SD card. The file includes the adjustment setting data of the camera. 2. Adjustment Data Restoration Using a SD Card A. Copy the adjust83.txt, adjust_t and FLASH.DAT files contained in the recovery folder of the attachment into the root directory of the SD card, and turn the camera on. B. When the restoration is complete, the AF lamp blinks once and the camera is turned off. 3. When Adjustment Data Backup Using a SD Card Fails A. When replacing the main board because the main board is damaged so seriously that data backup is not available, you do not have to enter data because the default adjustment setting saved in the firmware is used. In this case, Since the firmware that is released when an important part such as the lens or CCD is changed may have a default setting that differs from the previous version, use the firmware that was released in the year when the part was manufactured., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 3. CCD Gain Adjustment A. Purpose Although the ideal CCD saturation level is 1VPP, actual CCD saturation level is under 1 VPP (500 ~ 550 mVpp). To change the 500 ~ 550 mVpp to 1 Vpp level, you have to set the minimum analogue gain. Since the actual CCD saturation level of one camera differs from another, this adjustment is for minimizing the difference in CCD saturation levels of each camera by adjusting the analogue gain. B. Procedures ① Copy the adjust83.txt and adjust_t files onto the root directory of the SD card and install the card into the camera., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ② Place the camera onto the light source. [Adjustment Light Source Specifications] - Specification for the Adjustment Tool: A light source that can block out external light sources. - Colour Temperature : 3200K ± 50 - Brightness : LV 8.2 ± 0.1 (± 0.05 is recommended) ※ Hold the LV checker closely up to the surface of the light source box. (Using the LV checker manufactured by Changwon Technology.) - Distance from the Adjustment Tool : 15mm±2mm, Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ③ Turn on the camera and the Adjustment mode will be selected automatically. C. Log File Analysis After completing the adjustment, an adjustment result log file should have been created in the SD memory card. Open the log file with Notepad and determine whether it is Good or Bad., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 4. Shutter Close Time A. Purpose It is characteristic of a mechanical shutter that there is delay when it closes. The delay is different for each camera. This delay is not a problem in normal shooting conditions, but in high speed shutter mode, the brightness can be affected. This is for adjusting the mechanical shutter closing delay time of a camera. B. Procedures ① Copy the adjust83.txt and adjust_t files onto the root directory of the SD card and install the card into the camera., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ② Place the camera onto the light source. [Adjustment Light Source Specifications] - Specification of the Adjustment Tool : A light source that can block out external light sources. - Colour Temperature : 3200K ± 50 - Brightness : LV 13.2 ± 0.1 - Distance from the Adjustment Tool : 15mm±2mm ※ Hold the LV checker closely up to the surface of the light source box. (Using the LV checker manufactured by our factory.) - Place the camera onto the light source., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ③ Turn on the camera and the Adjustment mode will be selected automatically. C. Log File Analysis After completing the adjustment, an adjustment result log file should have been created in the SD memory card. Open the log file with Notepad and determine whether it is Good or Bad., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 5. Lens Shading A. Purpose Lenses tend to make the edges of an image darker than the rest. This phenomenon is called “Lens Shading”. This adjustment will increase the brightness of the edges of an image by up to 80% of the centre of the image by calculating the darkness levels at the edges in comparison with the centre. B. Procedures ① Copy the adjust83.txt and adjust_t files onto the root directory of the SD card and install the card into the camera., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ② Place the camera onto the light source. [Adjustment Light Source Specifications] - Specification of the Adjustment Tool : A light source that can block out external light sources. - Colour Temperature : 3200K ± 50 - Brightness : LV 8.2 ± 0.1 (± 0.05 is recommended), Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ③ Turn on the camera and the Adjustment mode will be selected automatically. C. Log File Analysis After completing the adjustment, an adjustment result log file should have been created in the SD memory card. Open the log file with Notepad and determine whether it is Good or Bad., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 6. Flash G no. Adjustment A. Purpose To check flash faults and deviations in the flash hardware, by using a flash test. B. Procedures ① Copy the adjust83.txt and adjust_t files onto the root directory of the SD card and install the card into the camera., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ② Set the camera up in a darkroom. [Adjustment Light Source Specifications ] - Specification of the Adjustment Tool: Dark Box or Darkroom - Chart: 18% Black - Distance from the Adjustment Tool: 80cm, Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ③ Turn on the camera and the Adjustment mode will be selected automatically. C. Log File Analysis After completing the adjustment, an adjustment result log file should have been created in the SD memory card. Open the log file with Notepad and determine whether it is Good or Bad., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 7. AWB Strobo Adjustment A. Purpose To compensate for the white balance deviation of a camera while flashing Conduct this adjustment only after Flash Exposure Adjustment. B. Procedures ① Copy the adjust83.txt and adjust_t files onto the root directory of the SD card and install the card into the camera., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ② Set the camera up in a darkroom. [Adjustment Light Source Specifications ] - Specification of the Adjustment Tool : Dark Box or Darkroom - Chart: 18% Black - Distance from the Adjustment Tool : 80 cm - Camera Settings Mode Program Focus Auto WB Auto EV ±0 Strobo Fill-in Iso 100 Iris Auto S/S Auto, Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ③ Turn on the camera and the Adjustment mode will be selected automatically. C. Log File Analysis After completing the adjustment, an adjustment result log file should have been created in the SD memory card. Open the log file with Notepad and determine whether it is Good or Bad., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 8. PUNT Adjustment A. Purpose This is for getting a better Auto Focus function by compensating for differences in the assembly of the lens. The PUNT adjustment is connected to the focusing of the lens. B. Procedures ① Copy the adjust83.txt and adjust_t files onto the root directory of the SD card and install the card into the camera., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ② Set the camera up for the following adjustment condition. [Subject Distance Specification] Maintain a distance of 80cm between the camera and the AF Chart., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ③ Turn on the camera and the Adjustment mode will be selected automatically. C. Log File Analysis After completing the adjustment, an adjustment result log file should have been created in the SD memory card. Open the log file with Notepad and determine whether it is Good or Bad., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 9. Burning Test A. Purpose This is to detect hardware or software defects in a camera by repeated use of the camera functions. B. Behavior ① Repeat the specified number of Burning Sequences. ② The Burning Sequence is Image Delete, Single Capture, Flash On Capture_auto, Capture with self timer of 2 sec, Flash On Capture, Macro Capture, Flash On Capture, AF bracket Capture *5, Movie REC for 5 sec, Movie Playback, LCD Mode_change and then All Image Play with SlideShow. ③ Each time a camera function starts, write the previous result in the log file. - Before starting a camera function, type NG in the log and then change it to OK after completing the camera function. - With this method, you can check a defective loop and defective functions. C. Spec (Criteria for Checking Defects) ④ Camera that does not stop until they have completed the specified number of tests. ⑤ However, this test can only be restarted once. D. Procedures ① Copy the adjust83.txt and adjust_t files onto the root directory of the SD card and install the card into the camera., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ② Turn on the camera and the Adjustment mode will be selected automatically. ③ Reset the camera. ④ Start the Burning Test., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 10. Defective CCD Pixel Test A. Purpose Usually, although CCD sensors may have defective pixels, it is difficult to define exactly what constitutes a defective CCD. For this reason, if the number of defective pixels is less than the permitted quantity, a CCD sensor works by compensating for defective pixels using neighbouring pixels. To do the compensation, the locations of the defective pixels have to be recorded. There are two types of defective pixel. White defective pixels make an image taken in low light conditions appear bright, whilst black defective pixels make an image taken in bright light conditions appear dark. Only the locations of white defective pixels are recorded, since black defective pixels are rare, partly because the results of black defective pixels are not easy to find in a JPEG image, and partly because this reduces the checking time. B. Spec (Criteria for Checking Defects) If the total number of defective pixels is over 256, the CCD is considered to be bad, because the maximum number of defective pixels that the Fujitsu platform can compensate for is 256. C. Procedures ① SCopy the adjust83.txt and adjust_t files onto the root directory of the SD card and install the card into the camera., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ③ Turn on the camera and the Adjustment mode will be selected automatically. C. Log File Analysis After completing the adjustment, an adjustment result log file should have been created in the SD memory card. Open the log file with Notepad and determine whether it is Good or Bad., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 11. CCD Black Level (OB) Adjustment A. Purpose The CCD sensors produce read out data even if there is no light due to their inherent characteristics, and the image contrast can be affected by the read out data. To compensate for this phenomenon, the CCD has a lightproof field. But the CCD sensor area and the lightproof field may have different characteristics. To compensate for the differences, perform the CCD Black Level (OB: Optical Black) adjustment.As the Black Level depends on the ISO gain to change, do the Black Level adjustment by using ISO values. B. Procedures ① Save the adjust83.txt and adjust_t files on the Root directory of the SD card and insert the card., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ③ Turn on the camera and the Adjustment mode will be selected automatically. C. Log File Analysis After completing the adjustment, an adjustment result log file should have been created in the SD memory card. Open the log file with Notepad and determine whether it is Good or Bad., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT 12. Slide Button Adjustment A. Purpose Even if a slide button has passed individual part inspection, the slide button may not work during the finished product inspection due to various environmental factors. Hence it is inefficient to classify the finished product as defective just because of a defective slide button. In particular, when the defect is caused by setting the slide button recognition threshold too low, the problem can be resolved by changing the setting. The following shows how to change the setting to resolve the problem. B. Procedures ① Copy the adjust83.txt and adjust_t files onto the root directory of the SD card and install the card into the camera., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ② Turn on the camera and the Adjustment mode will be selected automatically. ③ Run the touchpad adjustment script. The following screen appears., Ⅲ. ADJUSTMENT ④ Touch button R1 (the bottom leftmost button) ⑤ If the input value over the Push Threshold exceeds N, the icon will change from white to blue and the next icon is displayed. ⑥ The average data for 13 buttons according to the procedures above is read. ⑦ The Push Threshold is adjusted on the basis of the average number of changes for the buttons. ⑧ A log file is created and the figures for change and checksum determined are saved in the Flash ROM. ⑨ The DSC reads the value saved in the Flash ROM when it starts, and uses the value as the Push Threshold. If the checksum is incorrect or the Push Threshold is not adjusted, the Push Threshold will be set with the slide button default value. C. Log File Analysis After completing the adjustment, an adjustment result log file should have been created in the SD memory card. Open the log file with Notepad and determine whether it is Good or Bad.,

Ⅳ. PATTERN DIAGRAM

1. PARTS ARRANGEMENT FOR EACH PCB ASS’Y 1) MAIN_TOP, Ⅳ. PATTERN DIAGRAM 2) MAIN_BOTTOM,

Ⅴ. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

1) MAIN_AUDIO, Ⅴ. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 2) MAIN_DSP, Ⅴ. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 3) MAIN_DV, Ⅴ. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 4) MAIN_MEMORY (DDR/FLASH), Ⅴ. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 5) MAIN_PIC_MICOM, Ⅴ. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 6) MAIN_MOTOR IC, Ⅴ. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 7) MAIN_POWER (TI), Ⅴ. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 8) MAIN_CRADLE CON, Ⅴ. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 9) MAIN_LCD CON, Ⅴ. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 10) MAIN_TOP KEY CON,

Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION

1. The order of disassembly and assembly ■ Caution 1. Do the disassembling and assembling camera where the blocking static electricity mat is on the table. 2. When handling the major PCBs of camera, please wearing the band which cuts off the electric current on the wrist. 3. When handling the major parts, be careful of below caution.

Parts Caution

When assembling the F PCB to the CONNECTOR by using pincette, be careful F PCB type of tearing and hooking. Be careful of the handprinting while handling them. Using the pincette which has soft tip. CCD CCD & IR CUT The spot will be shown by using normal alchol when cleaning them. Do the repairing where is no dust. Wearing the band which cuts off the electric current and do the reparing where PCB type the blocking static electricity mat is on by preventing the defect of parts. CONTACT type Be careful of defect and change by pincette., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION ■ Disassembling the Camera 1. Remove the screw. 2. Remove the 4 screws., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 3. Remove the 4 screws. 4. Remove the 2 screws., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 5. Separate the Back Cover. 6. Separate the Front Cover., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION Caution. Discharge Point : Discharge the main condenser as shown by the figure below. 7. ① Disconnect the PCB from the connector and ② unsolder the 3 wires (Blue, Black and Brown), Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 8. Separate the Top Cover Assy. 9. ① Separate 2 wires (Red and Black). ② Separate 2 wires (Yellow and Black). ③ Separate the 4 PCBs from their connector., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 10. Remove the 3 screws and unsolder the connections to the battery. 11. Separate the Main PCB., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 12. Remove the 3 screws. 13. Separate the Flash PCB., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 14. Remove the 2 screws. 15. Separate the Barrel Assy., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 16. Separate the upper part of the smart touch PCB (fixed with double-sided tape) and remove 1 screw. 17. Disconnect the PCB from the connector., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 18. Separate the smart touch PCB. 19. Separate the button PCB (fixed with double-sided tape)., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 20. Separate the button PCB. 21. Disconnect the PCB from the connector., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 22. Separate the LCD ASSY. 23. Separate the ZOOM switch PCB (fixed by double-sided tape)., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 24. Disassemble the main body., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION ■ Disassembling the Barrel 1. Remove the 3 screws. 2. Separate the CCD PCB., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 3. Unsolder the shutter PCB and remove the 3 screws. 4. Disassemble the Lens Base Assy., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 5. Remove 1 screw fixing the shutter PCB. 6. Separate the Outer Guide Barrel on the basis of the read part circled in red as shown below., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 7. Separate the Outer Guide Barrel on the basis of the read part circled in red as shown below. 8. Separate the Outer Guide Barrel., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 9. Separate the Inner Cam Barrel Assy on the basis of the read part circled in red as shown below. 10. Separate the Inner Cam Barrel Assy., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 11. Separate the Lens Cap Assy on the basis of the read part circled in red as shown below. 12. Separate the Lens Cap Assy., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION 13. Separate the 3 catches at the bottom. 14. Separate the Guide Plate., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION Reference for Reassembly. Check the position of the photo interrupter. Reference for Reassembly. Check the position of the groove in the figure., Ⅵ. SERVICE INFORMATION Reference for Reassembly. Check the position of the photo interrupter in relation to the shutter PCB position.]
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