Press the Shutter button on the left side of the HP iPAQ or tap the
on the screen.
4 . A f t e r c r e a t i n g t h e f i l m , y o u c a n : End the video clip, tap or press the Shutter icon on the screen again. • • • • View the video clip, tap the Play icon Stop the video clip, tap the Stop icon . . Exit the video clip and camera application,
tap the Close icon
Taking a Photo with GPS Information Attached
To attach a GPS location to photos as you capture them: 1. Tap Programs > Photosmart Camera.
2. Tap the GPS button
to turn on the GPS feature.
3. Start taking photos as usual.
Whenever the HP Photosmart Camera is launched, the GPS feature can take a few minutes to obtain a location fix. The GPS feature displays on-screen indicators in the following ways:
Indicator No fix (White text)
No location information is available (Images will not be tagged with the GPS location.)
Fix (Green text)
Location information is available (Images will be tagged with the GPS location.)
Lost fix (Yellow text)
Location information was available but is no longer current. Your images will be tagged with the last available location.)
The GPS feature relies on information from satellites to obtain a location fix. It works best when your HP iPAQ has a clear view of the sky. If the sky is obstructed by trees, tall buildings, structures or bad weather, it may be difficult to obtain a location fix. It is quite difficult to obtain a location fix indoors.
To take indoor photos with location information, obtain a fix outdoors. Be sure to keep the camera application open, and then take the photos indoors. Your images are stamped with the last known location that you obtained earlier.