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User Manual

User Manual

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USER MANUALFORCamera Settings Calculator 
(Filename Camera.c)Written By James Saltmer 
 
Contents
PAGE
1.0
Introduction 1
2.0
Identification 3
3.0
Program Function 43.1 Main Menu3.2 User Name3.3 ISO Value3.4 Aperture Value
4.0
Program Access 4
5.0
Program Environment 4
6.0
Program Input/Output 4
7.0
Diagnostics/Faults 4
 
1.0 INTRODUCTION
The program Camera.c has been written to assist photographers of all levelsto calculate exposure time by simply entering the settings of there camera.The program itself requires the user to input the aperture value, and ISOvalue only and assumes the brightness of a ‘typical sunny day’ (f/16). Uponentering all required values the program will output the values entered by theuser, as well as the exposure time that corresponds to the input. If at any timethe user enters an unacceptable value they will be prompt with an error message.
2.0
INDENTIFICATION
It must be acknowledge that this program was written purposely to assistphotographers of all disciplines whether expert amateur or first-timers. Thisprogram was authored by qualified programmer James Saltmer. It isencouraged that users who experience any difficulty contact the author at james.saltmer@student.curtin.edu.au. The program itself was written in thebasic computer language C, although out-dated and to an extent consideredan obsolete language it is sufficient for this sort of application.
3.0
PROGRAM FUNCTION
3.1 MAIN MENU
Upon the program being compiled in the terminal the user will beprompt with the menu, which prompts the user, and allows them toenter in various bits of information at there discretion. If the user isunsure of what to do, a help menu has been included, this can beaccessed by simply pressing ‘?’ and execute. This is illustrated below;*NOTE* upon entering a listed option (i.e. 1, 2, 3, ? or Q) it must be precededby the execute key.

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