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17
First Steps
The Clock Battery
When the main battery is installed or the camera is powered by the optional EH-62C AC
adapter, the clock battery will charge in about ten hours. When fully charged, the clock bat-
tery can provide a few days of back-up power.
Setting the Clock from PictureProject (Windows XP/Mac OS X Only)
If the camera is connected with the USB option set to PTP (default setting) (c61) in the In-
terface menu of the Set-up menu, PictureProject and Wireless Camera Setup Utility (both
provided) can be used to set the camera clock to the same time and date as the computer.
See the PictureProject Reference Manual (on CD) for details.
Display DATE menu. Edit Day (order of Day, Month, and Year
may differ in some areas).
Select Month. Repeat steps 7 and 8 to
edit Month, Year, hour, and minute.
Highlight D M Y.
Choose order in which Day, Month, and
Year will be displayed.
Exit to mode currently selected with the
mode dial.
Note that time and date of recording will
not be imprinted on pictures unless Date
or Date and time is selected for Date
imprint (c122).
0 0 0 0
DATE
DATE
MDY
0 9
0 1
2005
0 0 0 0
DATE
DATE
MDY
0 9
0 1
2005
0 0 0 0
DATE
DATE
MDY
0 9
0 1
2005
1 3 0 0
DATE
DATE
Confirm
MDY
1 2
0 1
2005
1 3 0 0
DMY
0 1
1 2
2005
DATE
DATE
Confirm
NORM
NORM
14
14
1/60
1/60
F2.7
F2.7
AUTO
AUTO
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