Ex-P700

Started Sep 22, 2004 | Discussions
dmbsmu New Member • Posts: 6
Ex-P700

I found a P-700 online in Singapore. I just ordered it, SGD 952.42.

I've been looking for a few weeks now, thought I'd save some people the trouble. I'll post again when I receive it early next week.

http://www.jbronline.com/storefront/ProductDetail/default.asp?ProductId=3516

Hope this helps.

Patrick

sonicgear New Member • Posts: 16
Re: Ex-P700

Yup, after adding the 5% GST, it comes to SGD$999, which was the price which I bought mine.

No regrets with my P700 when I got it 1 month ago.

Sonicgear

dmbsmu wrote:

I found a P-700 online in Singapore. I just ordered it, SGD 952.42.
I've been looking for a few weeks now, thought I'd save some people
the trouble. I'll post again when I receive it early next week.

http://www.jbronline.com/storefront/ProductDetail/default.asp?ProductId=3516

Hope this helps.

Patrick

OP dmbsmu New Member • Posts: 6
Re: Ex-P700

I should be getting it on Monday or Tuesday. I can't wait. Now I just need to learn how to take advantage of all of the features.

sonicgear wrote:
Yup, after adding the 5% GST, it comes to SGD$999, which was the
price which I bought mine.

No regrets with my P700 when I got it 1 month ago.

Sonicgear

dmbsmu wrote:

I found a P-700 online in Singapore. I just ordered it, SGD 952.42.
I've been looking for a few weeks now, thought I'd save some people
the trouble. I'll post again when I receive it early next week.

http://www.jbronline.com/storefront/ProductDetail/default.asp?ProductId=3516

Hope this helps.

Patrick

sonicgear New Member • Posts: 16
Re: Ex-P700

The features are very similar to P600, with just a few added funtionalities like Business Shot, etc...

Trust, you'll love it!!!

Cheers,
Sonicgear

dmbsmu wrote:
I should be getting it on Monday or Tuesday. I can't wait. Now I
just need to learn how to take advantage of all of the features.

sonicgear wrote:
Yup, after adding the 5% GST, it comes to SGD$999, which was the
price which I bought mine.

No regrets with my P700 when I got it 1 month ago.

Sonicgear

dmbsmu wrote:

I found a P-700 online in Singapore. I just ordered it, SGD 952.42.
I've been looking for a few weeks now, thought I'd save some people
the trouble. I'll post again when I receive it early next week.

http://www.jbronline.com/storefront/ProductDetail/default.asp?ProductId=3516

Hope this helps.

Patrick

k8k Forum Member • Posts: 97
Re: Ex-P700-Will it shoot in RAW

Does it shoot in RAW like the P600??

sonicgear wrote:

The features are very similar to P600, with just a few added
funtionalities like Business Shot, etc...

Trust, you'll love it!!!

Cheers,
Sonicgear

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sonicgear New Member • Posts: 16
Re: Ex-P700-Will it shoot in RAW

I can't access the secret menu by pressing the Disp+Menu button & switching it on.

I've also tried other combinations but in vain.

However, there could be another method??? I'm not too sure. Will have to wait for a miracle...

Cheers
Sonicgear

k8k wrote:
Does it shoot in RAW like the P600??

sonicgear wrote:

The features are very similar to P600, with just a few added
funtionalities like Business Shot, etc...

Trust, you'll love it!!!

Cheers,
Sonicgear

k8k Forum Member • Posts: 97
How to shoot in RAW

Here's the detailed instructions

1. Power off camera

2. While pressing MENU and DISP buttons simultaneously, turn the camera on. It should display black and white info screen.
3. Release all buttons.
4. Press Right (> on the joystick TWO or more times.
5. Press MENU button.

6. On the menu that appears you'll see an IMAGE FLAG option - arrow down and choose that
7. There are 2 options in the IMAGE FLAG menu:
1. BAYER MODE (on, off) - this records raw files
2. C. M. READ (on, off) - ??
Choose the first

When BAYER MODE is on, camera captures a full-size raw image in addition to whatever image format (TIF, JPG) you have set.

The camera stores raw images in the same folder as JPEGs and gives unique file names which are derived from corresponding JPEG files, like this: CIMG0075.JPG --> 0075CIMG.RAW.

RAW mode has to be enabled through service menu each time you power on the camera

sonicgear wrote:
I can't access the secret menu by pressing the Disp+Menu button &
switching it on.

I've also tried other combinations but in vain.

However, there could be another method??? I'm not too sure. Will
have to wait for a miracle...

Cheers
Sonicgear

k8k wrote:
Does it shoot in RAW like the P600??

sonicgear wrote:

The features are very similar to P600, with just a few added
funtionalities like Business Shot, etc...

Trust, you'll love it!!!

Cheers,
Sonicgear

imatom Regular Member • Posts: 134
Re: How to shoot in RAW

These instructions are for P600.
Did you work with P700?

k8k wrote:
Here's the detailed instructions

1. Power off camera
2. While pressing MENU and DISP buttons simultaneously, turn
the camera on. It should display black and white info screen.
3. Release all buttons.
4. Press Right (> on the joystick TWO or more times.
5. Press MENU button.
6. On the menu that appears you'll see an IMAGE FLAG option -
arrow down and choose that
7. There are 2 options in the IMAGE FLAG menu:
1. BAYER MODE (on, off) - this records raw files
2. C. M. READ (on, off) - ??
Choose the first
When BAYER MODE is on, camera captures a full-size raw image in
addition to whatever image format (TIF, JPG) you have set.

The camera stores raw images in the same folder as JPEGs and gives
unique file names which are derived from corresponding JPEG files,
like this: CIMG0075.JPG --> 0075CIMG.RAW.

RAW mode has to be enabled through service menu each time you power
on the camera

sonicgear wrote:
I can't access the secret menu by pressing the Disp+Menu button &
switching it on.

I've also tried other combinations but in vain.

However, there could be another method??? I'm not too sure. Will
have to wait for a miracle...

Cheers
Sonicgear

k8k wrote:
Does it shoot in RAW like the P600??

sonicgear wrote:

The features are very similar to P600, with just a few added
funtionalities like Business Shot, etc...

Trust, you'll love it!!!

Cheers,
Sonicgear

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imatom

OP dmbsmu New Member • Posts: 6
Re: How to shoot in RAW

I could not get it to work with my P700.

imatom wrote:
These instructions are for P600.
Did you work with P700?

k8k wrote:
Here's the detailed instructions

1. Power off camera
2. While pressing MENU and DISP buttons simultaneously, turn
the camera on. It should display black and white info screen.
3. Release all buttons.
4. Press Right (> on the joystick TWO or more times.
5. Press MENU button.
6. On the menu that appears you'll see an IMAGE FLAG option -
arrow down and choose that
7. There are 2 options in the IMAGE FLAG menu:
1. BAYER MODE (on, off) - this records raw files
2. C. M. READ (on, off) - ??
Choose the first
When BAYER MODE is on, camera captures a full-size raw image in
addition to whatever image format (TIF, JPG) you have set.

The camera stores raw images in the same folder as JPEGs and gives
unique file names which are derived from corresponding JPEG files,
like this: CIMG0075.JPG --> 0075CIMG.RAW.

RAW mode has to be enabled through service menu each time you power
on the camera

sonicgear wrote:
I can't access the secret menu by pressing the Disp+Menu button &
switching it on.

I've also tried other combinations but in vain.

However, there could be another method??? I'm not too sure. Will
have to wait for a miracle...

Cheers
Sonicgear

k8k wrote:
Does it shoot in RAW like the P600??

sonicgear wrote:

The features are very similar to P600, with just a few added
funtionalities like Business Shot, etc...

Trust, you'll love it!!!

Cheers,
Sonicgear

Stan LS Contributing Member • Posts: 776
Re: How to shoot in RAW

Are you in US? Will Casio honor the warrany if you buy it from Singapore?

dmbsmu wrote:
I could not get it to work with my P700.

imatom wrote:
These instructions are for P600.
Did you work with P700?

k8k wrote:
Here's the detailed instructions

1. Power off camera
2. While pressing MENU and DISP buttons simultaneously, turn
the camera on. It should display black and white info screen.
3. Release all buttons.
4. Press Right (> on the joystick TWO or more times.
5. Press MENU button.
6. On the menu that appears you'll see an IMAGE FLAG option -
arrow down and choose that
7. There are 2 options in the IMAGE FLAG menu:
1. BAYER MODE (on, off) - this records raw files
2. C. M. READ (on, off) - ??
Choose the first
When BAYER MODE is on, camera captures a full-size raw image in
addition to whatever image format (TIF, JPG) you have set.

The camera stores raw images in the same folder as JPEGs and gives
unique file names which are derived from corresponding JPEG files,
like this: CIMG0075.JPG --> 0075CIMG.RAW.

RAW mode has to be enabled through service menu each time you power
on the camera

sonicgear wrote:
I can't access the secret menu by pressing the Disp+Menu button &
switching it on.

I've also tried other combinations but in vain.

However, there could be another method??? I'm not too sure. Will
have to wait for a miracle...

Cheers
Sonicgear

k8k wrote:
Does it shoot in RAW like the P600??

sonicgear wrote:

The features are very similar to P600, with just a few added
funtionalities like Business Shot, etc...

Trust, you'll love it!!!

Cheers,
Sonicgear

sonicgear New Member • Posts: 16
Re: How to shoot in RAW

Nope, it didn't work on my P700 the last time I tried using the details instructions provided by k8k.

(I should be crying now rite?)

October is around the corner, the world will soon be flooded with P700's

Cheers,
Sonicgear

Stan LS wrote:
Are you in US? Will Casio honor the warrany if you buy it from
Singapore?

dmbsmu wrote:
I could not get it to work with my P700.

imatom wrote:
These instructions are for P600.
Did you work with P700?

k8k wrote:
Here's the detailed instructions

1. Power off camera
2. While pressing MENU and DISP buttons simultaneously, turn
the camera on. It should display black and white info screen.
3. Release all buttons.
4. Press Right (> on the joystick TWO or more times.
5. Press MENU button.
6. On the menu that appears you'll see an IMAGE FLAG option -
arrow down and choose that
7. There are 2 options in the IMAGE FLAG menu:
1. BAYER MODE (on, off) - this records raw files
2. C. M. READ (on, off) - ??
Choose the first
When BAYER MODE is on, camera captures a full-size raw image in
addition to whatever image format (TIF, JPG) you have set.

The camera stores raw images in the same folder as JPEGs and gives
unique file names which are derived from corresponding JPEG files,
like this: CIMG0075.JPG --> 0075CIMG.RAW.

RAW mode has to be enabled through service menu each time you power
on the camera

sonicgear wrote:
I can't access the secret menu by pressing the Disp+Menu button &
switching it on.

I've also tried other combinations but in vain.

However, there could be another method??? I'm not too sure. Will
have to wait for a miracle...

Cheers
Sonicgear

k8k wrote:
Does it shoot in RAW like the P600??

sonicgear wrote:

The features are very similar to P600, with just a few added
funtionalities like Business Shot, etc...

Trust, you'll love it!!!

Cheers,
Sonicgear

OP dmbsmu New Member • Posts: 6
Re: How to shoot in RAW

The warranty will not be honored by Casio USA, but jbronline will handle the warranty for me if anything goes wrong.

sonicgear wrote:
Nope, it didn't work on my P700 the last time I tried using the
details instructions provided by k8k.

(I should be crying now rite?)

October is around the corner, the world will soon be flooded with
P700's

Cheers,
Sonicgear

Stan LS wrote:
Are you in US? Will Casio honor the warrany if you buy it from
Singapore?

dmbsmu wrote:
I could not get it to work with my P700.

imatom wrote:
These instructions are for P600.
Did you work with P700?

k8k wrote:
Here's the detailed instructions

1. Power off camera
2. While pressing MENU and DISP buttons simultaneously, turn
the camera on. It should display black and white info screen.
3. Release all buttons.
4. Press Right (> on the joystick TWO or more times.
5. Press MENU button.
6. On the menu that appears you'll see an IMAGE FLAG option -
arrow down and choose that
7. There are 2 options in the IMAGE FLAG menu:
1. BAYER MODE (on, off) - this records raw files
2. C. M. READ (on, off) - ??
Choose the first
When BAYER MODE is on, camera captures a full-size raw image in
addition to whatever image format (TIF, JPG) you have set.

The camera stores raw images in the same folder as JPEGs and gives
unique file names which are derived from corresponding JPEG files,
like this: CIMG0075.JPG --> 0075CIMG.RAW.

RAW mode has to be enabled through service menu each time you power
on the camera

sonicgear wrote:
I can't access the secret menu by pressing the Disp+Menu button &
switching it on.

I've also tried other combinations but in vain.

However, there could be another method??? I'm not too sure. Will
have to wait for a miracle...

Cheers
Sonicgear

k8k wrote:
Does it shoot in RAW like the P600??

sonicgear wrote:

The features are very similar to P600, with just a few added
funtionalities like Business Shot, etc...

Trust, you'll love it!!!

Cheers,
Sonicgear

OP dmbsmu New Member • Posts: 6
Re: How to shoot in RAW

I should specify, they will handle the warranty for me, via Casio Singapore.

dmbsmu wrote:
The warranty will not be honored by Casio USA, but jbronline will
handle the warranty for me if anything goes wrong.

sonicgear wrote:
Nope, it didn't work on my P700 the last time I tried using the
details instructions provided by k8k.

(I should be crying now rite?)

October is around the corner, the world will soon be flooded with
P700's

Cheers,
Sonicgear

Stan LS wrote:
Are you in US? Will Casio honor the warrany if you buy it from
Singapore?

dmbsmu wrote:
I could not get it to work with my P700.

imatom wrote:
These instructions are for P600.
Did you work with P700?

k8k wrote:
Here's the detailed instructions

1. Power off camera
2. While pressing MENU and DISP buttons simultaneously, turn
the camera on. It should display black and white info screen.
3. Release all buttons.
4. Press Right (> on the joystick TWO or more times.
5. Press MENU button.
6. On the menu that appears you'll see an IMAGE FLAG option -
arrow down and choose that
7. There are 2 options in the IMAGE FLAG menu:
1. BAYER MODE (on, off) - this records raw files
2. C. M. READ (on, off) - ??
Choose the first
When BAYER MODE is on, camera captures a full-size raw image in
addition to whatever image format (TIF, JPG) you have set.

The camera stores raw images in the same folder as JPEGs and gives
unique file names which are derived from corresponding JPEG files,
like this: CIMG0075.JPG --> 0075CIMG.RAW.

RAW mode has to be enabled through service menu each time you power
on the camera

sonicgear wrote:
I can't access the secret menu by pressing the Disp+Menu button &
switching it on.

I've also tried other combinations but in vain.

However, there could be another method??? I'm not too sure. Will
have to wait for a miracle...

Cheers
Sonicgear

k8k wrote:
Does it shoot in RAW like the P600??

sonicgear wrote:

The features are very similar to P600, with just a few added
funtionalities like Business Shot, etc...

Trust, you'll love it!!!

Cheers,
Sonicgear

imatom Regular Member • Posts: 134
Please sample

Please show us sample images.

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