Setting language, date and time
The setting screen for language, date and time is displayed automatically when you turn on this product for the first time, initialize this product or when the internal rechargeable backup battery has discharged.
Set the power switch to “” (On) to turn on the camera.
Select the desired language and then press the center of the control wheel.
Make sure that [Enter] is selected on the area/date/time confirmation screen, and then press the center of the control wheel.
Select the desired geographic location, set [Daylight Savings], and then press the center.
- [Daylight Savings] can be switched on/off using the top/bottom of the control wheel.
Set the date format (year/month/day), and press the center.
Set the date and time (hour/minute/second), and press the center.
- To set the date and time or geographic location again at a later point, select MENU → (Setup) → [Area/Date] → [Area/Date/Time Setting].
Follow the instructions on the screen to set [Auto Power OFF Temp.] as needed.
On maintaining the date and time
This camera has an internal rechargeable battery for maintaining the date and time and other settings regardless of whether the power is on or off, or whether the battery pack is charged or discharged.
To charge the internal rechargeable backup battery, insert a charged battery pack into the camera, and leave the product for 24 hours or more with the power off.
If the clock resets every time the battery pack is charged, the internal rechargeable backup battery may be worn out. Consult your service facility.
- By connecting the camera and a smartphone via the Bluetooth function, you can operate the camera using the smartphone and transfer images from the camera to the smartphone. To connect the camera to a smartphone, set the date and time, and then follow the on-screen instructions to perform pairing.
- If the date and time setting is canceled halfway, the setting screen for the date and time appears every time you turn on the camera.
- The built-in clock of the camera may exhibit time errors. Adjust the time at regular intervals.