1 PS236 Getac Camera Copyright and Copies. The Software (including any copy thereof) is owned by Getac or its suppliers and is protected by copyright and patent laws. The Software copy is licensed to you the client, not sold to you, and you (the client) are not an owner of any copy thereof. You may make one copy of the software for backup or archival purposes. You may not otherwise copy the software, except as authorized by applicable law, nor the written materials accompanying the Software. Getac hereby reserves all rights not explicitly granted in this license agreement. Copyright 2010 Getac Technology Corporation and/or any of its affiliates. All Rights Reserved.
3 01 Introduction Getac Camera is a geo-tagging camera program, which allows you to stamp geographical information on photos as watermarks and embed such information into JPEG files as EXIF 2.2 metadata. 02 Installing Getac Camera NOTE: For Getac Camera to run, the firmware version of your PS236 must be G WWE/G WWE or later. You can ask your sales representative for firmware updates. (To know the firmware version, tap Settings System System Information Software Version ROM Image Version or see the version number shown during the startup period.) If you have problems starting the program, contact your sales representative for program activation. The installation source file is available to you either by downloading or through a storage media. To install Getac Camera to your PS236: 1. Decompress the installation source file. You will get two files for two different installation methods. 2. Use one of the methods to install the program. Method 1: Connect your PS236 to your computer. Make sure that ActiveSync or Mobile Device Center is working on your computer. Then, execute the file PS236_Camera_1.0.X.X.exe (where X is a number). Your PS236 will respond and ask for your action. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation. Method 2: Copy the file PS236_Camera_1.0.X.X.cab (where X is a number) to your PS236. On your PS236, browse to the file and double tap it. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation. 3. After the installation, you will see the Getac Camera in the programs list
4 03 Starting Getac Camera To start the program, press the Camera key on your PS236 or tap Getac Camera. The GPS positioning will be automatically activated. When the GPS positioning is completed, you will see the geographical information in the watermark area on the screen. Status Bar Live Image Watermark Instant View Screen Elements Descriptions Status Bar Displays the current status. Number of pictures already taken / Total number of pictures allowed. (Maximum number shown is 999 even if the storage capacity allows for more.) Current zooming level. Current shooting mode: Normal/Burst/Timer Current white balance: Automatic/Sunshine/Cloudy/ Fluorescence/Incandescence Live Image Displays the live image
5 Screen Elements Watermark Descriptions Displays the GPS information such as direction, GPS status, longitude, latitude, altitude, date, time, and speed. Live Image GPS Signals Compass No or poor GPS signals. GPS positioning completed. Letters in red: GPS information not available or compass not calibrated. Letters in white: GPS or compass information available. Displays the picture you have just taken or selected. The left part contains the preview image and the right part contains the properties of the image. To exit the program, tap at any time. NOTE: When Getac Camera is installed, the Camera key on your PS236 starts the Getac Camera program instead of the original Camera program. The scroll bar on any Getac Camera screen is an indicator only; it is not intended for tapping and dragging operations. The instructions and screens in this document are based on Windows Mobile 6.1. If the message Not enough memory available for attempted operation. Please check system memory. appears, try one of the below to free the memory of your device. - Stop programs you are not currently using. - Set the resolution of the images to a lower one
6 04 Taking Pictures Start the Getac Camera program. You will be in Camera Mode. For camera controls such as shooting mode and zooming, tap Menu. (See Camera Mode Settings later for detailed information.) You can also directly zoom in or out by pressing or (with Fn lock on) key on your PS236 keypad. (Zooming is possible only if the resolution setting is 640x480.) Aim the camera lens at the subject. Press the key halfway down for automatic focusing. A white frame appears. Wait until the color of the frame turns green indicating the subject is in focus. 4. Press the key fully or tap and hold the Live Image area to take the picture. 5. The message Saving... appears on the screen for a few seconds, meaning the picture is saved to the predefined storage location. NOTE: Always wait for the saving procedure to complete before giving the next command. An untimely command can be lost, especially in Burst mode. 6. The result shows in the Instant Image area below. You can tap the area twice to switch to Brower Mode for the full view. (See Browser Mode later for more information.)
7 Camera Mode Settings To change camera settings, tap Menu while in Camera Mode. Tap the down arrow of the item you want to adjust. In the pull-down menu, tap your choice. When finished, tap Back and then Yes. All changes (except for Mode) remain effective until you change them again. The screen shows the default settings. Menu Items Mode Zoom Brightness White Balance Resolution Watermark Flicker Night Mode BLC Flash Descriptions Three choices for the shooting mode: Normal This is the default setting whenever the program is started. Burst Timer Continuous shooting of 3 pictures. 5 second countdown before shooting. Available choices depend on the current resolution setting. x1 x2 Available for all. Available under 640x480 resolution setting. Seven brightness levels. This Five choices (Automatic, Sunshine, Cloudy, Fluorescence, and Incandescence) from which you can select one that matches the current light source.the default setting whenever the program is started. Four choices (640x480, 1280x960, 1600x1200, and 2048x1536). If the current zoom level is not valid for the resolution you have changed to, the zoom level will be automatically adjusted. (See the descriptions of the Zoom item for the relationship between resolutions and zoom levels.) On or Off. Set to Off if you do not want the watermark to show in the picture. (This does not affect the embedded EXIF 2.2 metadata.) Set to the frequency of the local electrical system (60Hz or 50Hz) for flicker free shooting under electric light. On or Off. Set to On for shooting in low light situations. On or Off. Set to On for the backlight compensation feature. This corrects the exposure of subjects that are in front of a bright light source, therefore resulting in clearer images. On or Off. Set to On to use the LED flashlight when taking pictures
8 05 Viewing Pictures There are different ways to view pictures and data. On some occasions, you can drag up/down or left/right on the screen to access the pictures and data more easily. Instant View While in Camera Mode, the picture taken is immediately shown in the Instant View area with properties information. In this view, you can: Tap the image twice to switch to Standard View. Tap the properties list twice to switch to Properties View. Go to the previous or next picture by any of the three methods: Drag across the image: from left to right for the previous picture and vice versa. Press the or key on your PS236 keypad (with Fn lock on) for the previous or next picture. Tap the image and, when and icons appear on both sides, tap the left or right arrow to go to the previous or next picture. View all properties of the current picture by drag down or up in the properties list on the screen. Browser Mode While in Camera Mode, tapping Thumbnail brings you to Browser Mode. To switch back to Camera Mode, tap Camera. Browser Mode has three views (Thumbnail, Standard, and Properties) as described below
9 Thumbnail View Thumbnail is the default view of Brower Mode, showing 12 preview images at one time. In this view, you can: Scroll down or up by dragging down or up on the screen. Go up/down/left/right one picture by pressing / / / key on your PS236 keypad (with Fn lock on). Switch to Standard View of the selected picture by any of the two methods: Tap the picture twice. Tap. Switch to Properties View of the selected picture by tapping. Delete the selected picture by tapping and then Yes. Standard View In Camera Mode, tapping the image twice in the Instant View area brings you to Standard View. If you are currently in Thumbnail or Properties View, tap to switch to this view. The selected picture is shown in the upper part of the screen. The lower part of the screen contains the strip of pictures; three small pictures (previous, current, and next) are shown at a time. In this view, you can: Go to the previous or next picture by any of the three methods: Tap the left or right picture in the Strip area. Press the or key on your PS236 keypad (with Fn lock on) for the previous or next picture. Tap the left or right edge of the image and, when and icons appear on both sides, tap the left or right arrow to scroll to the previous or next picture. Switch to Thumbnail View by tapping. Switch to Properties View of the selected picture by tapping. Delete the current picture by tapping and then Yes
10 Properties View In Camera Mode, tapping the properties list twice in the Instant View area brings you to Properties View. If you are currently in Thumbnail or Standard View, tap to switch to this view. The information of the selected picture is shown in the upper part of the screen. The lower part of the screen contains the strip of pictures; three small pictures (previous, current, and next) are shown at a time. In this view, you can: View all properties of the current picture by drag down or up within the properties list on the screen. Go to the properties of the previous or next picture by any of the three methods: Tap the left or right picture in the Strip area. Press the or key on your PS236 keypad (with Fn lock on) for the previous or next picture. Tap the left or right edge of the properties list, and, when and icons appear on both sides, tap the left or right arrow to scroll to the previous or next picture. Switch to Thumbnail View by tapping. Switch to Standard View of the selected picture by tapping. Delete the current picture by tapping and then Yes. Sorting Order By default, the pictures are sorted by name in Browser Mode. You can change the sorting order to size or date. To change the sorting order, tap Menu while in any of the three views. Tap the down arrow and, in the pull-down menu, tap your choice. Tap Back and then Yes when finished
11 06 Managing Images Deleting All Images If you want, you can delete all images by tapping in any of the three views, check the Delete All Images item, and tap Yes. CAUTION: Deleted images cannot be restored. Options To select options for the camera, tap Menu and then tap. There are four pages as described below. The screen shows the default settings
12 Page Setting Items Descriptions Image Option Data Option Still Image Compression Level Altitude Option Direction Option Three choices: High Quality, Normal Quality, and Low Quality. A higher setting means a larger file size. Displays altitude according to one of the two choices: GPS Altimeter Sensor Displays direction according to one of the two choices: GPS The altitude is based on GPS altitude information. The altitude is based on the altimeter sensor built into your device. You can use the value calculated by your device or manually input a value (between and 4000). The direction is based on GPS direction information. E-Compass The direction is based on the electronic compass built into your device. NOTE: Make sure to calibrate the compass for accurate information. (Refer to the documentation of the E-Compass software to know how to calibrate.) Time Option Displays the time throughout the program according to one of the two choices: UTC System time zone The time is based on Coordinated Universal Time. The time zone setting of the device is taken into consideration. If the current location is in daylight saving time, the time will be adjusted accordingly. General Option Save to Sets the storage location of the pictures to one of the two choices: Main Memory The picture will be saved to the device s My Documents / My Pictures folder. Storage Card This choice appears only when a storage card is inserted. File Name Prefix Sound Effect By default, the filename is xxxxx (where xxxxx is a sequential number). You can add a prefix to the filenames (default is no prefix). Type the characters in the entry field. Maximum number of characters allowed is 3. Sets if the program will play sounds for screen tapping and photo shooting. (This setting is independent of the Sound and Notifications settings of Windows Mobile.)
13 Page Setting Items Descriptions About Provides copyright and licensing information of the program. Tap Back and then Yes when finished. The changes remain effective until you change them again
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