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SON'E
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©2014 Sony Corporation
Printed
in China
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"Help
Guide"
is an on-line
manual.
Refer
to it for in-depth
instructions
on the
many
functions
of the
camera.
(_) Access
the
Sony support
page.
http://www.sony,
net/Sonylnfo/Su
pport/
(_) Select your
country
or region.
(_) Search for the
model
name
of your
camera
within
the support
page.
• Check the
model
name
on the
bottom
of your
camera.
The number
in parentheses
indicates
the
number
of pieces.
• Camera
(1)
• Rechargeable
battery
pack NP-BN
(1)(This
rechargeable
battery
pack cannot
be
used with
Cyber-shot
TM
that
are supplied
with
the
NP-BN1 battery
pack.)
• Dedicated
USB cable
(1)
• AC Adaptor
AC-UBIOC/UBIOD
(1)
• Power
cord
(mains
lead)
(not supplied
in the USA, Canada
and China)
(1)
• Wrist
strap
(1)
• Instruction
Manual
(this
manual)
(1)
How to use
• The number
is based
on the CIPA standard
(CIPA: Camera
& Imaging
Products
Association)
Inserting
the
battery
pack
LOCK0
Inserting
a memory
card
(sold separately)
Ensure the
notched
corner
faces
correctly.
Battery
eject
lever
1
Open the cover.
2
Insert
the battery
pack.
Charging
the battery
pack
Turn offthe
camera
while
charging
the
battery.
For
customers
in
the
USA,
[<_i
L
Canada
and
China
For customers
in
countries/regions
other
than
the USA,
Canada
and
China
Power
cord
(Mains
lead)
r
Charge
lamp
-
....
:1 p. '
_
Lit:
Charging
_-_'_8_iII
Off:
Charging
finished
Flashing:
(}}
Charging
error
or charging
paused
__ i _
JJ_
temporarily
because
the
camera
is
not
within
the
proper
temperature
range
1
Connect
the camera
to the AC Adaptor
(supplied),
using
the
dedicated
USB cable
(supplied).
2
Connect
the AC Adaptor
to the wall
outlet
(wall socket}.
• Be
sure
to
use
only
genuine
Sony
brand
battery
packs,
the
dedicated
USB
cable
(supplied)
and
AC
Adaptor
(supplied).
Charging
time (Full charge}
The
charging
time
is approximately
115
min..
using
the
AC
Adaptor
(supplied).
To
charge
by
connecting
to
a computer
The
battery
pack can be charged
by connecting
the
camera
to a computer
using
the
dedicated
USB cable
1
Open
the
cover.
2
Insert the
memory
card (sold separately).
To remove
the
memory
card/battery
pack
Memory
card:
Push
the
memory
card
in
once
to
eject
_he
memory
card.
Battery
pack:
Slide
the
battery
eject
lever.
Be
sure
not
to
drop
the
battery
pack.
Setting the
clock
[Power)
Contro
Button
Select
items:
AITI41/I_
Set: •
1
Press the ON/OFF
(Power)
button.
2
Select a desired
language.
3
Select a desired
geographic
location
by following
the on
screen
instructions,
then
Dress •
on the
control
button
4
Set [Date & Time Format],
[Summer
Time]
and [Date
&
Time],
then select
[OK].
5
Followthe
instructions
on the screen.
To set the date and time again
Select
MENU
-_
_
(Settings)
--*
@
(Clock
Settings)
-_
I
Date
& Time
Setting]
to
open
the
date
&
time
setting
display.
Shooting
still images/movies
) Button
I_1: Still
image
I_:
Movie
W:
zoom
out
T: zoom
in
Shooting
still images
_--To
a USB
jack
1
Press the shutter
button
halfway
down
to focus.
2
Press the shutter
button
fully
down
to shoot
an image.
Battery
life
and
number
of
images
that
can
be recorded
and
Shooting
movies
played
back
I
Shooting
(still
images)
"
Approx.
100
min.
"
Approx.
210
images
2
Actual
shooting
(movies)
'
Approx.
40
min.
"
Continuous
shooting
(movies)
Approx.
95
min.
I
Viewing
(still
images)
'
Approx.
190
min.
Approx.
3900
images
Press the shutter
button
to start
recording.
Press the shutter
button
again to stop
recording.
Viewing
images
(Playbac'k)
Contro
Button
-%:
Select
images:
(next)/<
(previous)
Set:
Q
1
Press _(Playback)
button.
To
select
next/previous
image
Select an image
by pressing
I_ (next)/<
(previous)
on the control
button,
Press •
in the
center
of the
contro
button
to view
movies.
To
delete
an
image
(_
Press _
(Delete)
button.
(]_)Select
[This Image]
with
on the
control
button
then
press
•.
r"
TM
Features of
PlayMemo
rues
Home
mporting
images
from
your
camera
You can use the
following
functions
with
Windows
comouters.
Viewing
mages
on
Calendar
Youi
Uploading
images
to
network
services
Playing
back images
imoorted
from
vour
camera.
Sharing
images
on
PlayMemories
Online"
_
PlayMemories
Downloading
PlayMemories
Home
You can download
PlavMemories
Home
from
the followino
URL:
www.sonv.net/Din/
• For details
on aoolications
for Mac comouters
visit
the following
URL:
nEo://www.sony.co.jp/imsoft/Mac/
Recommended
computer
environment
You can check the
system
rec uirements
for software
at the
following
URL.
www.sony.net/pcenv/
Notes on using the camera
On
use
and
care
Avoid
rough
nandllng,
dlsassemDiing,
modifying
on\
slcal
snock
or imoact
sucn
as
nammermg,
droppmg,
or stepping
on
the
product.
Be
particularl_
carefu
of the
ens.
On
database
files
When
vou
qsert
a memon,
card
without
a database
file
into
the
camera
and
turn
on
me
Dower.
Dart
of the
memory
card
caDaQtv
Sused
to
automaticall
create
a database
file.
ma_taKesomeumeunt
voucanDerformmenextcoeration,
lf a database
file
error
occurs
-nDortallme_ma)estoacomputerusmgPla_VlemoriesHome
men
format
the
memor,
card
Notes
on
recording/playback
To ensure
staple
c 9eration
of
the
memor,
card
we
recommend
mal
vou
use
mls
camera
to format
anv
memorv
card
Delng
used
wltn
this
camera
for
the
first
time.
Note
that
formattin
j w
erase
al
data
recorded
on me
memor,
card.
This
data
cannot
De
restored.
Be sure
to
PaCK UD am
mDortant
data
to a comouter
or omer
storage
ocatlor
• Before
ou start
recording,
make
a trial
recording
to
make
sure
mat
me
camera
is
working
correctly.
• The
camera
is neither
dust-proof,
nor
splash-proof,
nor
water-proof.
• Avoid
exposing
the
camera
to water.
If water
enters
inside
the
camera,
a malfunction
may
occur.
In some
cases,
the
camera
cannot
be repaired.
• Do
not
aim
the
camera
at the
sun
or other
bright
light.
It may
cause
the
malfunction
of
the
camera.
• Do
not
use
the
camera
near
a location
that
generates
strong
radio
waves
or emits
radiation.
Otherwise,
the
camera
may
not
properly
record
or play
back
images.
• Using
the
camera
in sandy
or dusty
locations
may
cause
malfunctions.
• Do
not
shake
or strike
the
camera.
It may
cause
a malfunction
and
you
may
not
be
able
to
record
images.
Furthermore,
the
recording
media
may
become
unusable
or
image
data
may
be damaged.
• Clean
the
flash
surface
before
use.
The
heat
of
the
flash
emission
may
cause
dirt
on
the
flash
surface
to
start
smoking
or burning.
Wipe
the
flash
surface
with
a soft
cloth
to
remove
dirt
or dust,
etc.
On
camera's
temperature
Your
camera
and
battery
may
get
hot
due
to
continuous
use,
but
it is not
a malfunction.
On
the
overheat
protection
Depending
on
the
camera
and
battery
temperature,
you
may
be unable
to
record
movies
or the
power
may
turn
off automatically
to
protect
the
camera.
A message
will
be displayed
on
the
screen
before
the
power
turns
off
or you
can
no longer
record
movies.
In this
case,
leave
the
power
off and
wait
until
the
camera
and
battery
temperature
goes
down.
If you
turn
on
the
power
without
letting
the
camera
and
battery
cool
enough,
the
power
may
turn
off
again
or you
may
be unable
to
record
movies.
Warning
on
copyright
Television
programs,
films,
videotapes,
and
other
materials
may
be copyrighted.
Unauthorized
recording
of
such
materials
may
be contrary
to the
provisions
of
the
copyright
laws.
No
compensation
for
damaged
content
or
recording
failure
Sony
cannot
compensate
for
failure
to
record
or loss
or damage
of
recorded
content
due
to
a malfunction
of the
camera
or recording
media,
etc.
On
moisture
condensation
If the
camera
is brought
directly
from
a cold
to
a warm
location,
moisture
may
condense
inside
or outside
the
camera.
This
moisture
condensation
may
cause
a malfunction
of
the
camera.
If
moisture
condensation
occurs
Turn
off
the
camera
and
wait
about
an
hour
for
the
moisture
to
evaporate.
Note
that
if
you
attempt
to
shoot
with
moisture
remaining
inside
the
lens,
you
will
be unable
to
record
clear
images.
How
to
store
the
battery
pack
• To prevent
staining
the
terminal,
short<ircuiting,
etc.,
be sure
to
use
a plastic
bag,
etc.
to
keep
away
from
metal
materials
when
carrying
or storing.
• A
battery
pack
that
has
not
been
used
for
more
than
one
year
may
have
deteriorated.
Camera
[System]
Image
device:
7.76 mm
(1/2.3
type)
CCD, Primary
color
filter
Total
pixel
number
of camera:
Approx.
20.5
megapixels
Effective
pixel
number
of
camera:
Approx.
20.1 megapixels
Lens:
ZEISS Vario-Tessar
8x
zoom
lens
f = 4.5
mm-36
mm
(25
mm-
200
mm
(35
mm
film
equivalent))
F3.3 (W)-
F6.3
(T)
While
shooting
movies
(16:9):
28
mm
- 224
mm*
While
shooting
movies
(4:3):
34
mm
- 272
mm*
*When
]Movie
SteadyShot]
is set
to
]Standard].
SteadyShot:
Optical
Burst
shooting
(when
shooting
with
the
largest
pixel
number):
Approx.
1 image/second
(up
to
3 images)
File format:
Still
images:
JPEG (DCF,
Exif, MPF
Baseline)
compliant,
DPOF
compatible
Movies:
MPEG-4
AVC/H.264
Recording
media:
Internal
Memory
(Approx.
27 MB),
Memory
Stick
PRO
Duo
TM
media,
Memory
Stick
Micro
TM
media,
SD cards,
microSD
memory
cards
Flash:
Flash
range
(ISO
sensitivity
(Recommended
Exposure
Index)
set to
Auto):
Approx.
0.3
m to
2.8
m
(117/8
in.
to
9 ft.
2 1/4
in.)
(W)
Approx.
1.5 m to
2 m (4 ft.
111/8
in.
to
6 ft.
6 3/4
in.)
(T)
[Input
and
Output
connectors]
USB
/
A/V
OUT jack:
Video
output
Audio
output
USB communication
USB communication:
Hi-Speed
USB (USB 2.0)
[Screen]
LCD screen:
6.7 cm
(2.7 type)
TFT drive
Total
number
of
dots:
230
400
dots
[Power,
general]
Power: Rechargeable
battery
pack NP-BN, 3,6 V
AC Adaptor
AOUB10C/UB10D, 5 V
Power consumption
(during shooting):
Approx, 1,2 W
Operating
temperature:
0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Storage temperature:
-20 °C to +60 °C (-4 °Fto +140 °F)
Dimensions
(ClPA
compliant):
93.1 mm
x 52.5
mm
x 22.5
mm
(3 3/4
in.
x 2 1/8
in. x 29/32
in.) (W/H/D)
Mass
(CIPA
compliant)
(including
NP-BN
battery
pack,
Memory
Stick
PRO Duo
media):
Approx.
120
g (4.2
oz)
Microphone:
Monaural
Speaker:
Monaural
Exif
Print:
Compatible
PRINT
Image
Matching
IIh Compatible
AC Adaptor
AC-UBIOC/UBIOD
Power requirements:
AC 100 V to 240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz, 70 mA
Output
voltage:
DC 5 V, 0.5 A
Operating
temperature:
0 °C to 40 °C (32 °Fto 104 °F)
Storage temperature:
-20
°C to +60 °C (-4 °Fto +140 °F)
Dimensions:
Approx. 50 mm x 22 mm x 54 mm (2 inches x 7/8 inches x 21/4 inches) (W/H/D)
Rechargeable
battery
pack
NP-BN
Battery type: Lithiumqon
battery
Maximum
voltage:
DC4.2 V
Nominal
voltage:
DC 3.6 V
Maximum
charge voltage:
DC 4.2 V
Maximum
charge current:
0.9 A
Capacity:
typical: 2.3 Wh (630 mAh)
minimum:
2.2 Wh (600 mAh)
Design
and
specifications
are
subject
to
change
without
notice.
Trademarks
• Memory
Stick
and
,,_,
are
trademarks
or registered
trademarks
of
Sony
Corporation.
• Microsoft,
Windows,
and
Windows
Vista
are
either
registered
trademarks
or
trademarks
of
Microsoft
Corporation
in the
United
States
and/or
other
countries.
• Mac
is a registered
trademark
of Apple
Inc.
in the
United
States
and
other
countries.
• SDXC
logo
is a trademark
of
SD-3C,
LLQ
• Facebook
and
the
"f"
logo
are
trademarks
or registered
trademarks
of
Facebook,
Inc.
• YouTube
and
the
YouTube
logo
are
trademarks
or registered
trademarks
of Google
Inc.
• In addition,
system
and
product
names
used
in this
manual
are,
in general,
trademarks
or
registered
trademarks
of their
respective
developers
or manufacturers.
TM
However,
the
or ':' marks
may
not
be described
in this
manual.
I Additional
information
on
this
product
and
answers
to
frequently
asked
I
questions
can
be found
at
our
Customer
Support
Website.
I
http ://www.sony.net/
Owner's
Record
The model
and serial
numbers
are located
on the
bottom.
Record
the serial
number
in the
space provided
below.
Refer to these
numbers
whenever
you call
your
Sony dealer
regarding
this
product.
Model
No. DSC-W830
Serial
No.
Model
No. AC-UBIOC!AC-UBIOD
Serial
No.
To reduce
fire
or shock
hazard,
do
not
expose
the
unit
to rain
or
moisture.
IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
-SAVE
THESE INSTRUCTIONS
DANGER
TO REDUCE THE RISK
OF
FIRE
OR
ELECTRIC
SHOCK,
CAREFULLY
FOLLOW
THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
If the
shape
of the
plug
does
not
fit the
power
outlet,
use
an attachment
plug
adaptor
of the
proper
configuration
for the
power
outlet.
Battery
pack
If the
battery
pack
is mishandled,
the
battery
pack can burst,
cause
a fire or even
chemical
burns.
Observe
the following
cautions.
• Do not
disassemble.
• Do not
crush
and
do not
expose
the
battery
pack to any
shock
or force
such as hammering,
dropping
or stepping
on it.
• Do not
short
circuit
and
do not allow
metal
objects
to
come
into
contact
with
the
battery
terminals.
• Do not
expose
to high
temperature
above
60°C
(140°F) such
as in direct
sunlight
or in a car
parked
in the
sun.
• Do not
incinerate
or dispose
of in fire.
• Do not
handle
damaged
or leaking
lithium
ion batteries.
• Be sure to charge
the
battery
pack using
a genuine
Sony battery
charger
or a device
that
can
charge
the
battery
pack.
• Keep the
battery
pack out
of the
reach of
small
children.
• Keep the
battery
pack dry.
• Replace
only
with
the
same
or equivalent
type
recommended
by Sony.
• Dispose
of
used
battery
packs
promptly
as described
in the
instructions.
AC
Adaptor
Use the
nearby
wall
outlet
(wall
socket)
when
using
the
AC Adaptor.
Disconnect
the
AC Adaptor
from
the
wall
outlet
(wall
socket)
immediately
if any
malfunction
occurs
while
using
the
apparatus.
RECYCLING
LITHIUM-ION
BATTERIES
Lithiumdon
batteries
are
recyclable.
You can help
preserve
our
environment
by returning
your
used
rechargeable
batteries
to
the
collection
and
recycling
location
nearest
you.
For more
information
regarding
recycling
of
rechargeable
batteries,
call toll
free
1-800-822-8837,
or visit
Caution:
Do not
handle
damaged
or leaking
Lithium-Ion
batteries.
Battery
pack
This device
complies
with
Part 15 of the
FCCRules.
Operation
is subject
to
the following
two
conditions:
(1) This device
may not
cause
harmful
interference,
and
(2) this
device
must
accept
any
interference
received,
including
interference
that
may
cause
undesired
operation.
CAN ICES-3 B/NMB-3
B
If you
have
any questions
about
this
product,
you
may call:
Sony Customer
Information
Center
1-800-222-SONY
(7669)
The
number
below
is for the
FCCrelated
matters
only.
Regulatory
Information
Declaration
of
Conformity
Trade
Name:
SONY
Model
No.:
DSC-W830
Responsible
Party:
Sony
Electronics
Inc.
Address:
16530
Via Esprillo,
San Diego,
CA 92127 U.S.A.
Telephone
No.: 858-942-2230
This device
complies
with
Part15 of the
FCC Rules.
Operation
is subject
to the
following
two
conditions:
(1) This device
may
not cause
harmful
interference,
and
(2) this
device
must
accept
any interference
received,
including
interference
that
may cause
undesired
operation.
This equipment
must
not
be codocated
or operated
in conjunction
with
any
other
antenna
or
transmitter.
CAUTION
YOU are cautioned
that
any changes
or modifications
not expressly
approved
in this
manual
could
void
your
authority
to
operate
this
equipment.
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
into
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.
The supplied
interface
cable
must
be used
with
the equipment
in order
to
comply
with
the
limits
for a digital
device
pursuant
to Subpart
B of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
Sample