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User manual Liquid Image, model Scuba Series Wide Angle UDCM 322

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In general, the camera will record a view that is directly in front of you. The view from your eyes will be larger than the image captured. Depending on the position of your eyes in relation to the camera lens and cross hair viewfinders, you may notice that the camera records images which are slightly higher or lower than the view straight in front of you and centered in your crosshairs. This is due to the variance of the location of the eyes in relation to the camera lens. NOTE: Close up images will be higher (above your cross hairs or your view point) because the camera lens is above your eyes. 4 4 1 1 + <* + NOTE: Depending on the batteries that you use and the size of your Micro SD/SDHC card, you may be able to record a video for an hour or more. It is, however, best to take short videos. This will make transferring files and playing them back easier. NOTE: The CAMERA MASK records in HD (H.264) file format. The software provided can change the HD video files into another format such as AVI or MPEG files. This may decrease the file size of the output video and affect which media players can play the output videos. ENG-15 After performing your first camera test, if you notice the top or the bottom of your subject is cut from the image, try looking slightly up or down to perform another test. This will help you determine how best to record your subject while taking an image or video. You may then use the CROSS HAIRS as a reference to determine where your image is framed. For some people, the CROSS HAIRS may rest in the middle of the image. For others, the CROSS HAIRS may be at the top or at the bottom of the image. It is very important to make this determination prior to using the mask for any important images. Practice taking pictures to learn your focal points both close and far. NOTE: When you first try on the CAMERA MASK, you may barely notice the CROSS HAIRS on the GOGGLE LENSES. The CROSS HAIRS are more noticeable when you wear the mask underwater. ENG-16 7.4 Part Four - Testing the CAMERA MASK in shallow water It is important to test the CAMERA MASK in a shallow area where you can stand with your head above water. 1. Make sure the water is calm and free of obstacles, including people. 2. Wet hair, and then place the CAMERA MASK over the head. Make sure hair is pulled back so that the seal around the mask is water tight. 3. Test the fit and water tightness around the eyes. Tighten or loosen the head strap if needed. 4. Feel the buttons on the top right side of the mask. Become familiar with the finger placement. 5. Test all the camera modes and notice the MODE LIGHT INDICATOR colors above your right eye. 6. Press and hold the power button until you see the MODE LIGHT INDICATOR disappear. This indicates that the power to the CAMERA MASK is OFF. 7. Remain in shallow water and practice using the buttons on the CAMERA MASK to record images and video until you are comfortable wearing and using the CAMERA MASK while swimming. CAUTION: For use while snorkeling or scuba diving, be sure you are comfortable with the fit and use of the mask and camera functions prior to use during an excursion. Perform the Camera Test prior to every excursion to check that all parts are functioning. CAUTION: The CAMERA MASK compartments should only be opened in a safe indoor environment (away from sand and water) to perform necessary operations. NEVER open any compartment that is sealed with screws. 8.0 USING THE THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE ArcSoft® Medialmpression™ PC Version Only 8.1 Installation This CAMERA MASK does not require software to transfer images and video files to a computer. The ArcSoft® software is included to edit your photo and video files. ENG-17 Follow the instructions on the CD ROM to install the software should you decide to utilize it. Please use the Help Menu, website or any other information they provide if you have questions regarding use of their software. 8.2 Photo Editing The ArcSoft® editing software included has tools to enhance your underwater photos with Color Adjustment, Brightness/Contrast, or an Auto Enhance option. This can help to bring out the colors or details that are lost when the water is dark or murky. The software also allows you to crop, rotate, resize or add text to your image. Complete Instructions are included on the CD. 8.3 Video Editing The ArcSoft® editing software included has tools to edit and adjust your digital video clips. You can trim your videos to select only your favorite moments and then add them together to make a movie out of several different video clips. The software allows you to enhance your underwater video with a Brightness or Contrast adjustment, output your files into different formats or change the size of the file for various uses, such as a website video. In order to play videos on some digital photo frames, you may need to use the software to format and save the video as a MPEG movie. Complete Instructions are included on the CD. ...

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