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KODAK DVC325
User Guide


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Description of KODAK DVC325 User Guide

It's a complete guide ( also known as operating manual or owner's manual), and it's in PDF format. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

The manual is available in languages: English

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Pictures or videos There is not enough light ⢠Remove the light on the subject. are too dark. or the auto exposure is or keying in on a bright area ⢠Remove any bright light sources of the scene. from the scene. Pictures or Videos There is too much light are too light. or the auto exposure is keying on a dark area of the scene. Pictures or Videos There is not enough are noisy or light. grainy. Decrease the amount of light in the scene.

⢠Increase the light on the subject. or ⢠Select a Finished Size for the pictures or videos which is smaller than the maximum available. If the Auto White Balance does not correct itself within 30 seconds, correct the colors by using the Hue slider in the âDevice Settingsâ window under the âImage Processâ button (Windows â98) (or the Hue slider in the âSettingsâ option under âVideo Settingsâ on Windows â95). If the Auto Exposure does not correct itself within 30 seconds, change the exposure manually by adjusting the Brightness slider in the âDevice Settingsâ window under the âImage Processâ button (Windows â98) (or the Brightness slider in the âSettingsâ option under âVideo Settingsâ on Windows â95).

Troubleshooting

The image has strange coloring.

In extreme low light or bright light, or changing lighting conditions, the Auto White Balance can fail to provide the best results.

The image is too light or too dark.

When moving the camera between extreme low light and extreme bright light, the Auto Exposure may fail to provide the best results.

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