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Old Mar 3, 2005, 2:22 PM   #1
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Hi everyone, first post on here! I just purchased a Kodak DX7630 yesterday, and with some fiddling on my computer and the camera I have managed to mess something up. I want to return the camera to factory default settings so its like it was when I took it out of the box. I cannot seem to find how to do this on www.kodak.com Anyone have an idea on how to do this?

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Old Mar 3, 2005, 9:34 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forums.

Yes, there is a Reset menu choice in any of the record modes.

If you check the review of your camera here, you'll see these options listed on this page:


MENU options in P/A/S/M/C record modes:
  • Self Timer - On or Off
    Picture Size - 6.1MP, 5.4MP(3:2), 4.0MP, 3.1MP, 1.7MP
    Compression - Standard or Fine
    White Balance - Auto, Daylight, Tungsten or Fluorescent
    Exposure Bracketing Interval - ±0.3EV, ±0.7EV, ±1.0EV
    Exposure Metering - Multi-Pattern, Center-weighted, Center Spot
    Focus Zone - Multi-zone, Center-zone, Selectable-zone (center, left, or right)
    AF Control - Continuous AF, Single AF, Accessory Lens AF
    Color Mode - High Color, Natural Color, Low Color, B&W or Sepia
    Sharpness - High, Normal, Low
    Reset - Reset to default
    Set Album(Still) - On or Off (Pre-select album names before shooting)
    Image Storage - Auto (selects SD card if inserted or uses internal) or Internal Memory
    Setup Menu - Enter SETUP menu
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