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KODAK DC220
Owner's Manual


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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

The manual is available in languages: English

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Text excerpt from page 55 (click to view)
Adding sound to pictures
You can attach sound to a selected picture at any time while reviewing your pictures from either the ï¬lmstrip or full screens.

4

 You can only add sound to or play sound associated with burst and
timelapse pictures when the series is collapsed.

1 Scroll to view the picture you want to select.
Use any of the three methods described in the âViewing picturesâ section on page 4-5.

2 Press and hold the RECORD button.
The microphone icon appears on the screen along with how long you have been recording.

 Each picture can have only one attached
sound clip. If you attempt to attach a second sound clip to a picture, a message appears allowing you to delete the existing sound.

3 Speak into the microphone on the back of the
camera.

4 Release the RECORD button.

 If the cameraâs volume
control is turned down, you will not be able to hear the sound you have recorded.

A sound icon appears indicating the picture now has attached sound. If a picture has attached sound, pressing the DELETE softkey allows you to delete the sound alone or both the picture and sound.

Reviewing

 The volume control
adjusts the volume of sound clips attached to pictures only. You can turn off System Sounds through Capture Preferences on page 3-10.

5 Press the softkey of your choice.
DELETEâDeletes the sound. SAVEâSaves the sound. PLAYâPlays the sound. Refer to âPlaying sound, bursts, and timelapse sequencesâ on page 4-14 for information on playing sound that has not been newly recorded. 4-11

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