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CASIO WQV10-1DR
Owner's Manual


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Description of CASIO WQV10-1DR Owner's Manual

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.

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USER’S GUIDE 2412
General Guide
Press D to change from mode to mode.
Timekeeping Mode

Timekeeping Mode
Lens IR Port

• Pressing C while in the Timekeeping Mode displays the Calendar screen.

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VISUAL DATABANK Mode

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Camera Mode • Pressing F in any mode besides the IR Mode enters the Camera Mode.

IR Mode

Alarm Mode

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• Pressing D while in the Camera Mode enters the VISUAL DATABANK Mode so you can view images you have just recorded.

Camera Mode
Use the Camera Mode to record images. • The lens for image recording is located on the top edge of the watch. Note • Wrist Camera memory can store up to approximately 100 images. The actual number of images you can store depends on recording conditions. If you record many brightly lit or colorful images, for example, the total number of images you can store may be less than 100, and remaining memory capacity may be less than that indicated on the display. • The above is also true for is an approximate number for reference purposes on the display. This value the remaining memory capacity value that appears only. Depending on recording conditions, you may be able to store fewer images than that indicated on the display.
To record an image

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1. Press F to enter the Camera Mode . • Note that you cannot enter the Camera Mode from the IR Mode. • The Camera Mode screen first shows remaining memory capacity for about one second, followed by the image being picked up by the lens.
Current Time

2. While viewing the image on the display, point the lens of the watch at the subject whose image you want to record. • Pressing C at this time toggles between normal size and 2× digital zoom. 3. Press F to release the shutter and record the image. • This records the image currently on the display and saves it into memory. The image and recording date and time remain on the display for about three or four seconds as the image is being saved. Note • All watch button operations are disabled while the record operation is in • progress. stays in the Camera Mode for about one minute after you The watch enter it. Then it automatically enters the VISUAL DATABANK Mode. See “Camera Rest Interval” for more information. • The message MEMORY FULL appears on the display to indicate that memory is full. You will not be able to record an image while this message is displayed. If this happens, delete images you no longer need to make room for more images .

Camera Mode Precautions
After about one second

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Remaining memory capacity graph

Lighting type Remaining memory capacity (number of images)
Progress bar indicating time remaining before watch exits the Camera Mode (Changes from blue to red as time elapses.)

• Never touch the surface of the lens. Fingerprints or dirt on the lens can cause poor performance of the camera function. To clean the lens surface, use a camera lens blower to blow off any dirt or dust particles, and then wipe with a soft, dry cloth. • Take care that you do not accidentally move the watch when you press F to release the shutter. • Insufficient lighting can result in poor images. Shoot in daylight whenever possible. At night, shoot indoors in a well-lit area. • Whenever you enter the Camera Mode, the watch normally performs a short routine to adjust the CMOS sensor to match current lighting conditions. Because of this, an image recorded right after you enter the Camera Mode may contain unwanted specks. Always check the image on the watch display and make sure its brightness is stable before recording it.

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Calendar

Press D.

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• Press C again to return from the Calendar screen to the Timekeeping Mode.

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Stopwatch Mode

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Use this mode to view images in watch memory, to delete images, to attach text to images, etc.

Press F.

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