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Philips FunCam

DMVC 300K

The Philips FunCam DMVC 300K you have just purchased is manufactured to the highest standards and will give you years of trouble-free use. This new digital camera is the most advanced means of recording high quality movies or still photos quickly and easily on your PC or laptop computer. After installation the camera can be used as a: PC camera for video chat and video mail; digital camera for taking high quality photos; video camera for capturing video clips.

Please read the following instructions carefully. They provide a step-by-step description of the installation process and explain how to use the Philips FunCam.

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Contents

Introduction .2 1.Things you should know 5-6 Safety precautions 5 Copyright 5 Pack contents 6

2. Quick start 7-10

3. Functional overview 11-12

4. Installation .13-17 Installing the camera software 13-14 Connecting the camera to your PC 15 Selecting the required frequency .15 Selecting low resolution mode ..16 Connecting the neck strap / belt clip .16 Recharging the battery .17

5. Operating the camera 18-23 Turning the camera on and off ..18 Taking photos 18 Setting the self-timer 19 Taking three photos in a row .19-20 Making a video recording ..20 Clearing photos and video recordings 20-21 Tranferring/viewing photos and video clips to your PC ..22-23 Using the camera as a PC-camera (webcam) 23

6. Using the applications 24-28 Philips VLounge 24 Video Chat .25-26 MicrosoftNetmeeting 25-26 MicrosoftMSN Messenger and Yahoo!®Messenger ..26 Image ..26-27 Philips Photo Manager ..26-27 Video ..27-28 Philips VRecord ..27-28

7. Problem solving .29

8.Technical specifications .30

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9. Important information ..31-32 Disclaimer ..31 FCC compliance 31 End of life directives .32 System requirement .32 Disclaimer of warranty ..32 Limitation of damages 32

10. Helpline 33

11.Warranty .34 1. Things you should know

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1. Things you should know

Please read the following instructions carefully. and retain them for future reference. It may be helpful to have the instructions for use for the PC at hand for reference.

Safety precautions Observe the following guidelines to ensure that the camera will operate safely and to prevent defects.

Do not use your camera in environments outside the following range: temperature: 0°C to 40°C. relative humidity: 45% ~ 85%. Do not use or store your camera in/under: – direct sunlight exposure; – very humid and dusty environment; – near any kind of heat sources; If your camera gets wet. dry it with soft cloth as soon as possible. Salt seawater may cause severe camera damage. If the lens or viewfinder is dirty. please use the lens brush or soft cloth to clean the lens.

Do NOT touch the lens with your fingers. Clean the outside of the camera with a soft cloth. Do NOT use cleaning fluids based on alcohol. methylated spirit. ammonia. etc. Do NOT attempt to disassemble or repair your camera by yourself. Do not open the camera. In the event of technical difficulties return it to your Philips retailer. Do NOT use your camera outdoors when it is raining or snowing. Do NOT use your camera in the water. Protect the camera from oil. vapour. steam. moisture. and dust. Never point the camera lens at the sun.

Copyright Copyright© 2003 by Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced. transmitted. transcribed. stored in a retrieval system or translated into any language or computer language. in any form or by any means. electronic. mechanical. magnetic. optical. chemical. manual or otherwise. without prior written permission from Philips.

Brands and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

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Pack contents Please check that the following items are packed in the Philips FunCam box. They are provided to help you set up and use your Philips FunCam.

The Philips FunCam Desktop stand with USB/ CD-ROM containing DMVC 300K microphone cable attached the Philips installation software. application software and manual

Neckstrap Beltclip Quick Installation Guide

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2. Quick start

Installation Unplug all your USB devices (except USB keyboard and USB mouse). Place the installation CD-ROM in your computer’s CD-ROM-/DVD drive.

Select your language.

Select at least FunCam drivers’ and Philips Photo Manager’.

Click Start to install’ to start installation.

Note! If the the Language Selection’ screen does not appear automatically. open Windows Explorer and double-click the Autorun.exe’ icon in the CD-ROM directory.

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Charging Turn on the PC. Be sure to run the installation CD-ROM first. before connecting the camera to the PC. Connect the USB plug of the USB/Microphone cable to the USB port of the PC. Place the camera’s USB connector on the USB connector in the desktop stand. Push it down gently until it clicks in position.

> You will hear a beeping sound. the display lights up blue and the Charge LED lights up red. appears on the display.The battery will now be charged.

Taking photos Press and hold the Mode button for 2 seconds to turn on the camera.

Frame the subject though the viewfinder.

Press the Shutter button.

> You will hear a beep twice when the photo is taken.

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Transferring photos/video clips to your PC Make sure the PC is turned on and that FunCam drivers’ and Philips Photo Manager’ are installed. Connect the desktop stand to the PC:

• Connect the USB plug of the USB/microphone cable to the USB port of the PC. Place the camera’s USB connector on the USB connector in the desktop stand. Push it down gently until it clicks in position.

>You will hear a beeping sound. the display lights up blue and the Charge LED lights up red. > The camera turns on automatically and appears on the display. > The following screen will appear.

If you wish to start transferring press YES’ > The following screen will appear.

Select the photos you wish to transfer and press OK’

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> If the transfer is complete the following screen will appear.

Notes! – If the Philips FunCam’ screen does not appear. you can start Philips Photo Manager’ and click on the 'Get Photo' icon. Select you camera (Philips FunCam) to start the transfer. – For more information on transferring/viewing photos and video clips see chapter Transferring photos/video clips to your PC’ under 5. Operating the camera’

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3. Functional overview

Strap hole for connecting neck strap or belt clip Shutter button for taking photos and making video recordings Lens Timer LED blinks red for 10 seconds when the self-timer has been set Viewfinder for framing you photo subject USB port for connecting the camera to the USB connector of the desktop stand Charge LED blinks red when the battery is being recharged Display – lights up blue when the camera is turned on – linforms you about the present status of the camera:

Mode button – for turning the camera on and off – for changing camera settings

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10 Desktop stand for placing the camera in when: – (re-)charging the battery – using the camera as a PC-camera – tranferring/viewing photos and video clips 11 Microphone 12 USB connector for connecting to the camera’s USB port 13 USB/microphone cable – for connecting to the USB port of the PC – for connecting to the audio input of the PC 14 Belt clip 15 Neck strap

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4. Installation

Installing the camera software The software supplied only works on PCs with the operating systems Microsoft Windows SE. ME. 2000 and XP.

Notes! Unplug all your USB devices (except USB keyboard and USB mouse) before you start. Do not plug in your USB camera yet. Run the Installation CD-ROM first. Have your Windows CD-ROM at hand.

Insert the installation CD-ROM supplied into the PC’s CD-ROM-/DVD drive. > The Language Selection’ screen will appear automatically.

Select your language.

Note! If the the Language Selection’ screen does not appear automatically. open Windows Explorer and double-click the Autorun.exe’ icon in the CD-ROM directory.

> The software installation screen will now appear. Select at least FunCam drivers’ and Philips Photo Manager’.

There are three clusters of application software to install: software for video chat (Video Conference): software for image applications (Image); software for video applications (Video). > If you move your cursor onto a button or application name. you will see a brief introduction at the bottom of the menu. You can add the additional software by selecting the box in front of the software name: Windows NetMeeting. Philips Photo Manager. Philips VRecord. crobat Reader.

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Click Start to install’ to start installation.

Note! If your Operating System is Windows XP. continue the installation process when the dialog box below appears on the screen. (In Windows 2000/NT. the same dialog box may also appear. You may then continue the installation process.)

Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation. Restart your computer when you have finished installing all of the above software. > The V(ideo)-Lounge desktop shortcut will be installed after installation. > Via VLounge you have access to all camera-related software.

Also see Using the applications’. Double click on the icon to initiate the VLounge application. > The VLounge application will now be initiated and the VLounge selection screen appears.

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Connecting the camera to your PC Be sure to run the installation CD first. before connecting the camera to the PC. Turn on the PC. Connect the desktop stand to the PC:

• Connect the USB plug of the USB/Microphone cable to the USB port of the PC.

• Connect the 3.5 mm jack plug the USB/Microphone cable to the audio input of the PC. Place the camera’s USB connector on the USB connector in the desktop stand. Push it down gently until it clicks into position.

> You will hear a beeping sound. the display lights up blue and the Charge LED lights up red. > The camera turns on automatically and appears on the display . > The camera will now derive its power from the PC.

Selecting the required frequency Default frequency setting is

Press the Mode button until the currently selected frequency range appears on the display: (Europe) or (U.S.A). Press the Shutter button if you wish to change the frequency.

> You will hear a beep.The frequency setting has now been changed.

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Selecting low resolution mode Default setting is VGA (high resolution mode). In mode. the camera will take CIF (320x240) size photos. Press the Mode button until the currently selected resolution mode appears on the display: or

Press the Shutter button if you wish to change the resolution mode.

> You will hear a beep.The resolution mode has now been changed.

Connecting the neck strap / belt clip Thread the neck strap through the strap hole as indicated below.

Press the beltclip open and slide it through the strap hole as indicated below.

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Recharging the battery Make sure the camera is turned off. Turn on the PC. Connect the USB plug of the USB/Microphone cable to the USB port of the PC. Place the camera’s USB connector on the USB connector in the desktop stand. Push it down gently until it clicks into position.

> You will hear a beeping sound. the display lights up blue and the Charge LED lights up red.

The battery will now be recharged. > It will take four hours to fully recharge the battery. When the battery is fully recharged the Charge LEDwill go out.

Notes! – Charge the camera in time! When the battery is empty all photos in the camera memory will be lost.. – When the battery is almost empty. the camera starts beeping and appears on the display.

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5. Operating the camera

Turning the camera On and Off Press and hold the Mode button for two seconds to turn on the camera.

> You will hear a beeping sound. the display lights up blue and the Charge LED lights up red. appears briefly on the display. followed by the number of photos currently taken Press and hold the Mode button again for two seconds to turn off the camera. > When no buttons are pressed for 60 seconds. the display goes blank. you will hear a beeping sound and the camera will turn off automatically.

Taking photos Make sure the camera is turned on. Look through the viewfinder to frame the object you wish to take a photo of.

Press the Shutter button.

> You will hear a beep twice when the photo was taken successfully.

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Setting the self-timer Make sure the camera is turned on. Press the Mode button until appears on the display.

Press the Shutter button to enter Self-timer mode.

Press the Shutter button again. within five seconds. > You will hear a beep twice. >The Timer LED starts blinking red and you will hear a beep every second. > Ater 10 seconds the camera will automatically take a photo.

Taking three photos in a row (Three photos continuous mode) Make sure the camera is turned on. Press the Mode button until appears on the display.

Press the Shutter button to enter Three photos continuous mode mode.

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Press the Shutter button within five seconds. > The camera will automatically take three photos in a row. > You will hear a beep each time a photo is taken.

Making a video recording (Continuous Snap mode) Make sure the camera is turned on. Press the Mode button until appears on the display.

Press the Shutter button within 5 seconds to start video recording.

Keep the Shutter button pressed for as long as you wish the recording to last (maximum recording time is 35 seconds).

> When the Shutter button is released. recording will stop and Contionuous Snap mode is disabled.

Clearing photos and video recordings

Clearing the last stored photo/video recording Make sure the camera is turned on. Press the Mode button until appears on the display.

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Press the Shutter button to enter Clear Last mode.

> You will hear a beep.The camera is now in Clear Last mode. Press the Shutter button again within five seconds to confirm that you wish to clear the last stored photo/video recording. > You will hear a beep when the last stored photo/video recording has been cleared from the memory.

Clearing all photos/video recordings Press the Mode button until appears on the display.

Press the Shutter button to enter Clear All mode.

> You will hear an alarm sound. notifying you that the camera is in Clear All mode and that all Photos/video recordings will be cleared. Press the Shutter button again within five seconds to confirm that you wish to clear all photos/video recordings from the memory. > You will hear a beep when all photos/video recordings have been cleared from the memory.

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Transferring photos/video clips to your PC Make sure the PC is turned on and that Philips FunCam drivers’ and Philips Photo Manager’ are installed. Connect the desktop stand to the PC:

• Connect the USB plug of the USB/Microphone cable to the USB port of the PC. Place the camera’s USB connector on the USB connector in the desktop stand. Push it down gently until it clicks into position.

> You will hear a beeping sound and the Power LED lights up blue. > The camera turns on automatically and appears on the display. > The following screen will appear.

If you wish to start transferring press YES’ > The following screen will appear.

Select the photos you wish to transfer and press OK’

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> If the transfer is complete the following screen will appear.

Note! If the Philips FunCam’ screen does not appear you can start Philips Photo Manager’ and click on the 'Get Photo' icon. Select your camera (Philips FunCam) to start the transfer.

Using the camera as PC-camera (webcam) Be sure to run the installation CD first. before connecting the camera to the PC.

Turn on the PC. Connect the desktop stand to the PC:

• Connect the USB plug of the USB/Microphone cable to the USB port of the PC.

• Connect the 3.5 mm jack plug the USB/Microphone cable to the audio input of the PC. Place the camera’s USB connector on the USB connector in the desktop stand. Push it down gently until it clicks into position.

> You will hear a beeping sound and the Power LED lights up blue. appears on the display and the camera turns on automatically. > The camera can now be used as a PC-camera (webcam) and photos and video clips can be transferred to the PC.

See chapters Transferring/viewing photos and video clips’. etMeeting’ and Philips VRecord’.

Note! The Philips FunCam works with Microsoft MSN Messenger and Yahoo!® Messenger.

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6. Using the applications

Philips VLounge Note! Make sure your PC runs on Microsoft Windows 98SE. ME. 2000 or XP and that you have run the Philips FunCam Installation CD-ROM on your PC.

All applications can be accessed via the Philips V(ideo)-Lounge application. VLounge is the central application for easy access to your Philips FunCam and all image and video applications installed during setup. You can start VLounge through the Windows QuickLaunch menu in your taskbar. via the program group Philips FunCam’. or by clicking the VLounge icon on the desktop.

VLounge gives you access to the following Applications (if installed): Image - Philips Photo Manager Video - Philips VRecord Video Chat - Windows NetMeeting Links to Microsoft MSN Messenger and Yahoo!® Messenger downloads. Move the cursor over the buttons in the screen below to find out more about the specific functions of VLounge. Click the buttons to start the applications. > If a button is greyed out. this means that the application has not been installed. To install the application. see Installing the camera software’.

Optional buttons 4 FunCam manual

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Video Chat

Microsoft Netmeeting Microsoft NetMeeting enables you to communicate with others over the Internet or your local intranet.

To initiate a video chat: Start NetMeeting by clicking the NetMeeting button in the VLounge selection screen.

Click on Help’ -> About NetMeeting’ and find out your local IP address. You can ask your meeting partner to find out his/her IP address in the same way.

Click the telephone icon.

In the Place A Call’ dialogue box. fill in your partner's IP address in To: Click on Call’ and wait for response.

Note! If you or your partner are/is behind a firewall or is using a proxy server (common for office users). please refer to NetMeeting Help about detail solutions.

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To respond to an incoming call: You can choose Automatically Accept Calls’ or you can accept manually. When the Incoming Call’ dialogue box appears. click on Accept’.

Notes! Only two computers in a NetMeeting conference can use audio for communication. All other participants must communicate through other options. like Chat or the shared Whiteboard. You can also initiate a video conference with more than one partner. Please read Help in MicrosoftNetMeeting.

Microsoft MSN Messenger and Yahoo!® Messenger Philips VLounge contains web links allowing you to download Microsoft MSN Messenger and Yahoo!® Messenger.These applications enable immediate contact with other persons online. Your messages. as well as the response from the receiving person. will be delivered instantly. Just as if you were having a normal person-to-person conversation.With Microsoft MSN Messenger and Yahoo!® Messenger you can study online with classmates. play games. work with colleagues. exchange ideas. and over’ photos and files. meet new people. surf the web together and much. much more. Just click on the desired link and follow the on screen instructions to download and install the applications.

Image

Philips Photo Manager Philips Photo Manager enables you to transfer. preview. edit. e-mail. print and organise your photos and video recordings.

Click on the Philips Photo Manager’ button in the VLounge selection screen.

If you are using Philips Photo Manager’ for the first time. click the Search’ icon in the tool bar if the search for photos and video recordings does not start automatically. > All photos and video clips. located anywhere on your system. will now be searched for. > After the search. all folders containing photos and clips will be shown on your desktop.

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Double-click on a folder to show its content. Using the tools in the toolbar you can now edit your photos. create slide shows. add audio. create new albums and much more. If you need more information on the possibilities of Philips Photo Manager’. select Help’ in the toolbar and then select Contents ’. > In the chapters Albums/Tree structure’. enu commands’. ools’. diting tools’ and Advanced features’ you will find all the information you need to create customised multimedia collections from files located anywhere on your system.

Video

Philips VRecord Philips VRecord enables you to record video clips onto your hard disk.

Click the Philips VRecord’ button in the VLounge selection’ screen.

> The Philips VRecord’ screen appears.

Select a file name in the File menu using 'Set Capture File'. Click 'Devices' to set the video and audio source you want to use.

Enable 'Preview' in the Options menu to see the live Philips USB Web Camera preview. then adjust your audio and video settings if necessary.

For instance the Frame Rate’ setting in the Options - Video Format menu which determines the frame rate the Philips USB Web Camera hardware should deliver to VRecord.

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Use the Capture menu to start or stop capturing a video. Enable 'Capture Audio' if you want to record sound together with the camera photos.(See below for other capture options.) You can replay the recording by opening the AVI file you selected for your capture file name in the File - Set Capture File menu. Double click this AVI file in Windows Explorer and Windows Media Player will show you the recording.

Other capture options The 'Master Stream' option determines the preferred synchronisation between the video stream and the recorded sounds. Select 'Audio' if you want to make sure the video rate adapts to the sound recording rate. Select 'Video' if you want to make sure the sound recording rate adapts to the video recording rate. If 'None' is enabled. Record will adapt both streams to each other whenever necessary.

If 'Use Frame Rate' is enabled in Capture - Set Frame Rate it determines the software frame rate in which VRecord captures the movie independently from the hardware frame rate delivered by the Philips USB Web Camera according to the Frame Rate setting in the Options VideoFormat menu

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7. Problem solving

If a fault occurs. first check the points listed below. If you are unable to remedy a problem by following these hints. contact the helpline (see Helpline’) or consult your dealer.

Never try to open the camera yourself as this will void the guarantee.

First. check all cables to ensure that they are connected correctly.

Problem Possible cause / Solution

No photo is taken Battery exhausted while the Shutter

• Recharge battery. See Recharging the battery. button is pressed Memory full all the way down Transfer photos/video recordings to your PC or clear photos in order to create memory space. See Transferring/viewing photos and video recordings’ and/or Clearing photos and video recordings’.

Camera is still connected to the PC’s USB port Disconnect the camera from the PC’s USB port or take the camera out of its desktop stand.

Poor light conditions Try to improve light conditions.

Camera turned off automatically (no button pressed for 60 seconds) Turn the camera back on. See Turning the camera on and off’.

No reaction Battery exhausted to controls Recharge battery. See Recharging the battery.

File transfer not USB cable not properly connected possible Properly connect USB cable to both desktop stand and PC and make sure the camera is placed on the desktop stand.

USB driver not installed Install USB driver and Philips Photo Manager’ on your PC.

Not all images The RAM memory installed in your computer may not have can be transferred sufficient storage space. to the PC Close all software programs and proceed to transfer your images. If the problem persists. transfer images in batches and store each batch on your hard drive before proceeding to the next batch. Make sure all the images you want are stored before you clear the camera memory.

Camera Check if the camera power is turned on. If not. turn it on and then connected to PC connect the camera to the PC again by placing it on the desktop stand. but the Philips FunCam driver says: Device not ready’.

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8. Technical specifications

Image resolution ..VGA (640 x 480)

Sensor 1/4”VGA CMOS

PC camera resolution (connected to PC) VGA (640 x 480) up to 15 fps or CIF (320 x 240) up to 25 fps

Video resolution (disconnected from PC) CIF (320 x 240) up to 15 fps

Built-in battery Li-polymer battery. 150 mAh. Rechargeable via USB.

PC interface ..USB 1.1

Internal memory capacity 8 MB

Case material .Metal

Power up time .2 seconds

Auto Power off 60 seconds

Still image format .JPEG

Video file format .AVI

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9. Important information

Disclaimer Philips makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material. including. but not limited to. the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Philips assumes no responsibility for any error that may appear in this document. Philips makes no commitment to update nor to keep current the information contained in this document.

FCC compliance This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: this device may not cause harmful interference. and this device must accept any interference received. including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Note!

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device. pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates. uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and. if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions. may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However. there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception. which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on. the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

Any unauthorized modification to this equipment could result in the revocation of the authorization to operate the equipment.

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End of life directives Philips is paying a lot of attention to producing environmentally-friendly in green focal areas. Your new camera contains materials which can be recycled and reused. At the end of its life specialised companies can dismantle the discarded camera to concentrate the reusable materials and to minimise the amount of materials to be disposed of.

Please ensure you dispose of your old camera according to local regulations.

Note! This product may contain lead and mercury. Disposal of these materials may be regulated due to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information. please contact your local authorities or the ElectronicIndustries Alliance (U.S. specific): www.eiae.org.

System requirements Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/ME or XP; Pentium II or AMS K6-ll or above; MB RAM and 100 MB free hard disk space; One free USB port and CD-ROM-/DVD drive.

Disclaimer of warranty The software on the CD-ROM supplied is sold as is’ and without warranties whether expressed or implied. Because of the various software and hardware environments into which this program may be put. no warranty of fitness for a particular purpose is offered.

Limitations of damages The vendor will not be liable for any indirect. special. incidental or consequential damages (including damages for loss of business. loss of profits. or the like). whether based on breach of contract. tort (including negligence). product liability or otherwise. even if the vendor or its representatives have been advised of the possibility of such damages and even if a remedy set forth herein is found to have failed its essential purpose.

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10. Helpline

Need Help?

If you have any questions about the Philips FunCam. please contact our helpline for assistance!

You can find the number in the list below.

Before you call. please read this manual carefully. You will be able to solve most of your problems.

The model number of the camera is DMVC 300K.

Date of purchase: day /month /year

België/ Belgien/ Belgique Nederland 02-275-0701 053-482-9800

Danmark Norge 35-25-8761 22-70-82-50

Deutschland Österreich 0696-698-4712 01-546-575-603

España Portugal 09-17-45-62-46 0800-831-363

France Schweiz/ Suisse/ Svizzera 03-8717-0033 02-23-10-21-16

Suomi 00800 3122 1223 09-2290-1908

Ireland Sverige 01-601-1161 08-632-0016

Italia UK (United Kingdom) 02-48-27-11-53 0207-949-0069

Luxemburg/ Luxembourg 408-433-5501

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