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Camera handling Keep the camera away from excessive vibration, force, or pressure. Avoid using the camera under the following conditions, ●● which may damage the lens, LCD monitor, or camera body. This may also cause the camera to malfunction or prevent recording. ••Dropping or hitting the camera against a hard surface ••Sitting down with the camera in your pants pocket or forcing it into a full bag ••Adding accessories to the camera strap ••Pushing with excessive force on the lens or LCD monitor The camera is not dust resistant, splash resistant, or waterproof. Avoid using the camera in places with excessive dust or sand, or where water can come into contact with the camera. Avoid using the camera under the following conditions, ●● which present a risk that sand, water, or foreign material may enter the camera through the lens or openings around buttons. Be especially careful, because these conditions may damage the camera and such damage may not be repairable. ••In extremely dusty or sandy places ••In the rain or by the shore, where the camera may be exposed to water ■■ Condensation (When the lens or the LCD monitor is fogged up) Condensation may occur when the camera is exposed to ●● sudden changes of temperature or humidity. Avoid these conditions, which may make the lens or LCD monitor dirty, cause mold, or damage the camera. If ●● condensation does occur, turn off the camera and wait about two hours before using it. Once the camera adjusts to the surrounding temperature, the fogging will clear naturally.
Contents Before use..........6 Standard Accessories........8 Names and Functions of Main Parts........9 Cursor button.........11 Attaching the lens cap/shoulder strap.....12 Attaching the lens cap . ..........12 Attaching the shoulder strap.......13 Preparations About the batteries. ........14 Inserting and removing the batteries........15 Remaining battery.......17 Guidelines for number of recordable pictures and operating time.......17 Inserting and removing the card (optional)........20 About built-in memory/cards...........22 Saving your pictures (cards and built-in memory). ..........22 Recording capacity guidelines (pictures/recording time)........23 Setting the clock. ...........24 Changing time setting.......25 Basics Sequence of operations. .......26 Taking pictures with automatic settings [Intelligent Auto] Mode.....29 Using flash..........30 Automatic Scene Detection. ......30 [AF Tracking]........31 [Intelligent Auto] Mode restrictions.......32 Taking pictures with your own settings [Program AE] Mode. ......33 Adjusting focus......34 Recording motion pictures. ......35 Viewing your pictures [Normal Play]......37 Zooming in and viewing “Playback Zoom”......38 Viewing a list of pictures “Multi Playback”......38 Searching pictures by their recording date “Calendar”......39 Viewing motion pictures......40 Deleting pictures.......41 To delete multiple (up to 50)/To delete all pictures.......42 Setting the menu......43 Menu type........44 Using Quick menu. ........45 Using the [Setup] menu.......46 [Battery]. .......46 [Clock Set]. ......46 [Beep]. ......46 [Volume]......46 [Monitor Display].........46 [Monitor Luminance]......47 [Histogram]. .......48 [Video Rec Area]......48 [Economy].......49 [Auto Review].......50 [Reset]. .......50 [Output].......50 [Version Disp.]......51 [Format]. ......51 [Language].....51 Application (Record) Changing recording information display......52 Using Zoom. ........53 Zoom types and use........54 Taking pictures with flash.....55 Taking close-up pictures.......59 Focus range......60 [Macro Zoom].......61 Taking pictures with self-timer. ........ 62 Taking pictures with Exposure Compensation..... 63 [Auto Bracket].......64 Determining aperture and shutter speed and recording [Manual Exposure] Mode........ 65 Taking Pictures with different picture effects [Creative Control] mode. ....... 66 [Expressive].......67 [Retro].........67 [High Key].....67 [Low Key]......67 [Sepia].......68 [Dynamic Monochrome]......68 [Impressive Art]...............68 [High Dynamic]. .............68 [Cross Process]. ..............69 [One Point Color].............69 Taking pictures of people [Portrait] Mode............ 70 Taking pictures of scenery [Scenery] Mode........... 71 Taking pictures of sporting events [Sports] Mode. ........ 72
Before Use ∫ Care of the camera • Do not strongly shake or bump the camera by dropping or hitting it. Do not subject to strong pressure. The camera may malfunction, recording pictures may become impossible, or the lens, the LCD monitor or the external case may be damaged. • We strongly recommend you do not leave the camera in your trousers pocket when you sit down or forcefully insert it into a full or tight bag etc. Damage to the LCD monitor or personal injury may result. • Do not attach any other items to the hand strap that’s included with your camera. While being stored, that item can rest against the LCD monitor and damage it. • Be particularly careful in the following places as they may cause this unit to malfunction. – Places with a lot of sand or dust. – Places where water can come into contact with this unit such as when using it on a rainy day or on a beach. • Do not touch the lens or the sockets with dirty hands. Also, be careful not to allow liquids, sand and other foreign matter to get into the space around the lens, buttons etc. • This camera is not waterproof. If water or seawater splashes on the camera, use a dry cloth to wipe the camera body carefully. If the unit does not operate normally, please contact the dealer where you purchased the camera or the repair service center. ∫ About Condensation (When the lens is fogged up) • Condensation occurs when the ambient temperature or humidity changes. Be careful of condensation since it causes lens stains, fungus and camera malfunction. • If condensation occurs, turn the camera off and leave it for about 2 hours. The fog will disappear naturally when the temperature of the camera becomes close to the ambient temperature. ∫ Read together with the “Cautions for Use”. (P91) -If you see this symbolInformation on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union This symbol is only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal. VQT1W65
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Rackham Alcohol Letter Template (Today’s date) Dean Janet A. Weiss c/o Rackham Facilities Office Rackham Graduate School 915 E. Washington Street, Ste. 0510 Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1070 Dear Dean Weiss, On (your event date) the (your department or organization) will be using (list the Rackham rooms you will be using) to host (describe your event – department dinner, post-symposium reception, etc.). This event is by invitation only and is i not open to the public (If this is not true of your event, please see the information below.) Approximately (provide the number of people invited) guests will be in attendance. (Name of caterer) is catering the event. There is no ii charge for the event. (If this is not true of your event, please see the information below.) We request permission to serve complimentary (beer, wine, and/or champagne), in addition to non-alcoholic beverages. We understand that all alcohol must be served by a certified server via a licensed catering service. Our catering company, (name of caterer) will provide (a) certified server(s). We also understand that at no time may any of our guests serve themselves alcohol. We have reviewed the Rackham Facility Use Guidelines, including those pertaining to alcohol, and agree to abide by them. (Name of person and person’s title) is our designated host and will be on hand during the entire event to monitor and assure that all guidelines are followed. University Departments Please submit this letter via e-mail to RackhamScheduling@umich.edu. Non-University Clients Please submit this letter on your organization’s letterhead. When complete, fax to Rackham Facilities, (734) 763-6622. Please Note In addition to the published Rackham Alcohol Policy Guidelines: Event invitations and advertising must not mention alcohol. Alcohol may not be served at any event to which undergraduate students are invited. In accordance with guidelines set forth by the University of Michigan’s Office of the General Counsel at http://www.ogc.umich.edu/faq_alcohol.html#special, we confirm that, as the sponsoring department, we are familiar with and will adhere to all guidelines that have been established by our department regarding any serving of alcohol at campus locations which are not licensed for service of alcohol, which includes the Rackham Building. Furthermore, the signature below confirms that our department is aware of and approves the serving of alcohol at this event. (Must be signed by a University of Michigan VicePresident, Dean, Chair, or Senior University Officer or their delegate.) Thank you for your consideration of our request. If you have any questions, I can be reached at (phone number). I understand that I will receive an e-mail from the Rackham Facilities Office confirming our approval. Sincerely, Event Coordinator
Dear Mr. Buckmaster: On behalf of Polaris Project, a leading organization combating all forms of human trafficking in the U.S. and Japan, I write to offer our assistance in fighting the presence of this dehumanizing crime on craigslist. You can do more. And we stand ready to help. I thank you for your efforts and the progress you have made in reducing the sexual exploitation of children on craigslist. Based on this work and your commendable partnership with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), I would like to provide you with additional information about the misuse of craigslist for the trafficking of adult women, which persists. Like the trafficking of children for sexual exploitation, many adult women are also victims of sex trafficking when they are under the control of violent pimps. These pimps use physical violence, sexual assault, threats, and lies to force women and children into the sex trade. Many of these adult women were first victimized in the sex trade as children. I believe that we share an eagerness to end the brutality of this illegal activity and human rights violation, and I write to offer our assistance in taking much needed steps to stop pimps and sex traffickers from using the free ads on craigslist to fuel the sex trade. Polaris Project has been fighting against human trafficking and modern-day slavery since 2002. We take a comprehensive approach in our work, with local, national, and international programs that range from providing direct services to victims, to training first responders, and advocating for stronger federal and state policies. Through the efforts of our local offices in Washington, DC and Newark, NJ, many of the victims that we have served can point to the craigslist posting that a trafficker once used to market their bodies against their will. At the national level, we operate the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) hotline, which functions as the national hotline on human trafficking for the United States. This number is advertised on the craigslist Erotic Services warning page. Through the vantage point of this national hotline, we frequently receive calls from craigslist users – including concerned community members, parents of victims, and victims themselves – who are calling to report situations of human trafficking being advertised on craigslist. Over the last seven years, through these various efforts, our organization has directly witnessed a rampant misuse of craigslist by pimps and traffickers, primarily in the Erotic Services section of the site. Other organizations like us in the field have also experienced these similar patterns. For example, in a research study of male commercial sex buyers conducted by the Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE) released in 2008, craigslist was the most frequently cited website of how ―johns‖ find women to buy in prostitution.
1 Visual Inspection Fluid Leaks Carriage Rollers/Slider Blocks Forks and Locks Mast-Chains/Retainers/Anchors Tire/Check Pressure Overhead Guard/Backrest Improper Modifications Fork Wear Seat Condition 4 Engine Compartment Change Engine Oil and Filter Check Induction System Clean Filter Canister Check Fuel Lines for Leaks Clean Fuel Filters or Replace Clean & Check PCV Valve Check Belts Condition & Tension Check Cooling System Adjust Belts Tighten All Hose Clamps Check Replace/Air Cleaner 8 Check Hydraulic System Line Leaks & Cond Control Valve Leaks Lift Cylinder Tilt Cylinder Hydraulic Tank Attachment Cylinders PO # Model Serial # 2 Operational Checks Equipment # 3 Clean With Compressed Air Safety Devices Neutral Starting Switch Instruments/Horns/Lights Brakes/Pedals/Linkage Parking Brake Inching Control Shift Levers Steering Exhaust Smoke Unusual Noise Mast Operation Tilt Cyl. Operation Attachments 5 Check Fluid Levels Radiator Engine Compartment Steer Axle Mast Under Floor Plate Drive Axle Operator Area Battery Compartment 6 Electrical System Check Wire Connections & Cond Check Spark Plugs Cond & Gap Check Distributor Contacts Clean Battery Cable Connections 7 Fuel System Steering System Hydraulic System Master Brake Cylinder Coolant and Conditioner Transmission Battery Electrolyte (Fill) Drive Axle Planetaries 9 Lubricate Carburetor Check Low & High Idle Check LP Sys for Leaks Check Fuel Lock Off Clean Water Trap 9 Lubricate (Continued) Steer Axle/Mechanism Mast Chains, Carriage & Attachments Check Adj & Lube Linkage on: Brakes Parking Brake Accel Pedal Direction Pedal Hydrostatic Lift & Tilt Control Hinges Side Panel Hinges Clutch Pedal PARTS USED QTY PART # DESCRIPTION PRICE QTY PART # DESCRIPTION PRICE I authorize……. Scheduled Forklift Maintenance Form © SJF Material Handling, Inc.
Jonathan King, Program Manager FedEx Freight May 16, 2012 Project ID: H2RA009 This presentation does not contain any proprietary, confidential or otherwise restricted information. Project Overview Timeline Barriers • High number of repairs on fuel cells • Operating fuel cells in cold weather • Fueling fuel cells in cold weather • Start: October 1, 2009 • Finish: September 30, 2013 • 58% complete (Feb 29, 2012) Partners Budget • Total project funding • DOE: $1,290,646 • FedEx: $1,526,836 Fuel Cell-Powered Lift Truck FedEx Freight Fleet Deployment • Plug Power – GenDrive® system and service provider • Air Products – Hydrogen supplier May 16, 2012 Project ID: H2RA009 PAGE 2 Relevance Safe and reliable operations of hydrogen material handling equipment (MHE) Convert an entire MHE fleet at FedEx Springfield, MO facility with fuel cell powered forklifts (class-1) Demonstrate economic benefits of conversion Provide cost effective and reliable hydrogen Spur further forklift fleet conversions Establish proving ground for hydrogen MHE Fuel Cell-Powered Lift Truck FedEx Freight Fleet Deployment May 16, 2012 Project ID: H2RA009 PAGE 3 Plan and Approach Install hydrogen fueling equipment Retrofit 35 electric forklifts to operate using fuel cells • Train forklift operators to fuel hydrogen fuel cells • Train maintenance techs to perform simple repairs and preventive maintenance (PM) on fuel cells Fuel cell forklift operation and evaluation • Fuel economy • Reliability • Cost • Operator acceptance Annual assessments Fuel Cell-Powered Lift Truck FedEx Freight Fleet Deployment May 16, 2012 Project ID: H2RA009 PAGE 4 Milestones Milestones Progress Fueling Station Installation Air Products’ completed construction and installation of the fueling equipment. FedEx finished system integration. 100% Hydrogen Safety Plan Worked with Air Products and Plug Power to complete the hydrogen safety plan 100% ►Go/No Go Fueling station tested and operational in June 2010 100% GenDrive Power Unit Build Plug Power completed build of 35 class-1 units in December 2009 and 5 more in December 2010 100% Start-up and Training Start-up and training completed in June 2010 100% Forklift Operation and Evaluation Operation and evaluation started July 2010 Fuel Cell-Powered Lift Truck FedEx Freight Fleet Deployment % Complete May 16, 2012 Project ID: H2RA009 50%