Konica Minolta X21 User Manual (en)

Memory cards
SD Memory Cards and MultiMediaCards are manufactured with precision electronic
components. The following may cause data loss or damage:
• Improper use of the card.
• Bending, dropping, or subjecting the card to impact.
• Heat, moisture, and direct sunlight.
• Static electrical discharge or electromagnetic fields near the card.
• Removing the card or interrupting the power supply while the camera or a computer is
accessing the card (reading, writing, formatting, etc.).
• Touching the electrical contacts of the card with your fingers or metal objects.
• Using the card beyond its life. Purchasing a new card periodically may be necessary.
Memory cards should not be used to permanently store image data. Always make a copy
of camera files on an appropriate storage device or recording media. Konica Minolta has
no responsibility for any loss or damage to data. It is recommended that a copy of the
card data be made.
• Battery performance decreases with temperature. In cold environments, we
recommend keeping spare batteries in a warm place, such as the inside of a coat.
Batteries can recover their power when they warm up.
• Do not store the battery when it is fully charged.
• When storing the battery for extended periods, recharge it for five minutes every six
months. The battery may not be able to be charged if completely exhausted.
• A special built-in, long-life battery supplies power to the clock and memory when the
camera is turned off. If the camera resets each time it is turned off, the battery is
exhausted. It must be replaced at a Konica Minolta service facility.
• Keep battery contacts clean. Dirty contacts can prevent charging. If the contacts
become dirty, wipe them with a cotton swab.
Before important events and journeys
• Check the camera’s operation; take test pictures and purchase spare batteries.
• Konica Minolta has no responsibility for any damage or loss incurred by equipment