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Introduction

The following table contains the product specifications for the HP Photosmart R507 digital camera.
FeatureDescription
ResolutionStill pictures:
  • 4.23 MP (2408 x 1758) total pixel count
  • 4.05 MP (2320 x 1744) effective pixel count


Video clips:
  • 288 by 216 total pixel count
SensorDiagonal 7.2 mm (1/2.5-inch, 4:3 format) CCD
Color depth36 bit (12 bits by three colors)
LensFocal length:
  • Wide-5.8 mm
  • Telephoto-17.4 mm
  • 35 mm equivalent approximately 35 mm - 105 mm


F number:
  • Wide-f/2.6 to f/4.3
  • Telephoto-f/4.8 to f/7.6
Leans threadsNone
ViewfinderZooming optical viewfinder, 3x magnification without diopter adjust
Zoom3x optical, 7x digital zoom
FocusTTL Auto Focus

Focus settings:
  • Normal (default)-auto focus range of 40 cm (16 inches) to infinity Yes distance Zoom External flash No
  • Macro-auto focus range of 18 cm to 50 cm (7 inches to 20 inches) at all zoom positions
  • Super Macro-6 cm to 25 cm (2.5 inches to 10 inches)


Focus settings: Normal Focus (default), Macro, Super Macro
Shutter speed1/2000 to 16 seconds
Tripod mountYes
Built-in flashYes, 2.5-second typical recharge time
External flashNo
Flash settingsFlash Off, Auto Flash (default), Red-Eye, Flash On, Night
Image display1.5-inch color active matrix,120,480 pixels (502 x 240
Storage
  • 32 MB internal flash memory, with approximately 27 MB for storage of images
  • Slot for memory card
  • This camera supports both Secure Digital (SD) and MultiMediaCard (MMC) memory cards 8 MB and larger. Only MMC cards that have been verified compliant to the MultiMediaCard specification are supported. Compliant MMC memory cards have the MultiMediaCard logo on the card or package.
  • SD cards are recommended, as they are faster than MMC cards at reading and writing data.
  • This camera may support memory cards up to 2 GB, although HP has tested only cards up to 512 MB. Cards larger than 2 GB will not work correctly. A high capacity card itself does not affect camera performance, but a large number of files (over 300) does affect the time it takes for the camera to turn on.
  • The number of images that can be saved in memory depends on the Image Quality settings.
Image capture options
  • Still (default)
  • Self-Timer - still picture or video clip taken after 10-second delay
  • Self-Timer-two shots - still picture taken after 10-second delay, then a second picture taken about three seconds later. Single video taken after 10-second delay.
  • Burst-camera - three shots in a row as quickly as possibe until the buffer is full.
  • Video - 24 frames per second (includes audio), until the camera runs out of memory
Audio capture
  • Still pictures - maximum of 60 seconds can be recorded
  • Burst - audio capture not available
  • Video clips - audio is recorded automatically
Shooting modesAuto (default), Action, Landscape, Portrait, Beach/Snow, Sunset, Aperture Priority, Panorama
Image quality settings
  • 4 MP ***
  • 4 MP ** (default)
  • 2 MP **
  • VGA **
  • Custom... Image Quality (Resolution and Compression) settings
Exposure compensation settingsCan be set manually from -3.0 to +3.0 EV (Exposure Value) in 1/3 EV increments.
White balance settingsAuto (default), Sun, Shade, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Manual
AE metering settingsAverage, Center-Weighted (default), Spot
ISO speed settings Auto (default),100, 200, 400
Adaptive lighting settingsOff (default), Low, High
Color settingsFull Color (default), Black & White, Sepia
Saturation settings Low, Medium (default), High
Sharpness settings Low, Medium (default), High
Date and Time Imprint settings Off (default), Date Only, Date & Time
Playback magnificationMagnifies a still image to 130x on the image display
Compression format
  • JPEG (EXIF) for still images
  • MPEG1 for video clips
Interfaces
  • USB Mini-AB receptacle; allows USB (A to Mini-B) to a computer or USB (Mini-A to B) to certain printers (any HP Photosmart or Pictbridge compatible printers)
  • DC input 3.3 Vdc @ 2500 mA
  • HP Photosmart R-series dock
Orientation sensorYes
Standards
  • PTP transfer (15740)
  • MSDC transfer
  • NTSC/PAL
  • JPEG zMPEG1
  • DPOF 1.1
  • EXIF 2.2
  • DCF 1.0
  • PictBridge 1.0
  • USB 2.0
PowerTypical power usage: 2.3 Watts (with image LCDon). 4 Watts maximum power usage.

Power sources include:
  • One rechargeable HP Photosmart R07 lithium ion battery for HP Photosmart R-series cameras (L1812A). Rechargeable battery can be recharged in the camera using the HP AC power adapter or optional HP Photosmart R-series dock.
  • HP AC power adapter (3.3 Vdc, 2500 mA, 8.25 W)
  • Optional HP Photosmart R-series dock


Recharging in camera with the HP AC power adapter or optional HP Photosmart R-series dock: average charge time four-six hours.
External body dimensionsMeasurements with camera off and lens retracted: 87 mm (L) x 28 mm (W) x 57 mm (H) 3.4 inches (L) x 1.1 inches (W) x 2.2 inches (H)
Weight132 grams (0.29 pounds) without battery
Temperature rangeOperational: 0 to 50° C (32 to 122° F) at 15 to 85% relative humidity Storage: -30 to 65° C (-22 to 149° F) at 15 to 90% relative humidity
WarrantyOne year limited warranty backed by HP Customer Support

Memory capacity

The following table lists the approximate number and average size of still images that can be stored in the internal memory in the camera when the camera is set to different Image Quality settings available in the Capture Menu.
NOTE:Not all 32 MB of internal memory is available for storing pictures because some is used for internal camera operations. Also, the actual file sizes and number of still images that can be stored in the internal memory in the camera or on an optional memory card will vary, depending on the content of each still image.
4 MP ***11 images (2.4 MB each)
4 MP ** Default22 images (1.2 MB each)
2 MP **80 images (330 KB each)
VGA **265 images (100 KB each)

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