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CERTIFIED PHOTOFINISHING SERVICE
Have your film processed by a Photo Finisher which displays the above sign.
Different Photo Finishers may provide different services.
Consult them for details of their services.
The “CE” mark certifies that this product satisfies the require-
ments of the EU (European Union) regarding safety, public
health, environment and consumer protection. (“CE” is the
abbreviation of Conformité Euroéepnne.)
This product conforms with Directive 89/336/EEC.
CONTENTS USING THE SELF-TIMER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 USING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER . . . . 37 PART NAMES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 MULTI PROGRAM FLASH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 1. PRELIMINARY STEPS CAMERA CARE AND CAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . 42 ATTACHING THE STRAP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 ERRORS, POSSIBLE CAUSES, AND REMEDIES . . 43 LOADING THE
(See the illustrations while you read this manual.) PART NAMES y q !1 !7 u !2 !8 !3 w i !4 !9 e @0 o r !5 @1 !0 !6 @2 t @3 q Shutter Release Button !3 AF Lamp w AE Light Sensor !4 Liquid Crystal Display e Viewfinder Window !5 Exposure Mode Button r Film Cartridge Compartment Cover Release !6 Self-timer/Remote Control/Date Set Button Knob !7 Format Selector t Strap Lug !8 Zoom Lever y AF (Autofocus) Window !9 DATE Button u Flash @0 Mid-Roll Change Button i Remote Control Sensor @1 Power Button o
Liquid crystal display @5 @6 @7 @4 #3 @8 #2 #1 @9 #0 Liquid Crystal Display The diagram shows all crystal displays in the “on” state. @4 Red-eye Reduction Flash Mode @5 Fill-in Flash Mode/Flash off Mode @6 Landscape Mode @7 Night Portrait Mode @8 Battery Capacity @9 Date Display (Type of Film Cartridge/Camera ISO Display) #0 Exposure Counter/Self-timer Count #1 Film Cartridge Mark #2 Remote-Control Mode Sign #3 Self-Timer Mode 4
1. PRELIMINARY STEPS ATTACHING THE STRAP Pass the smaller loop end of the strap through the Fig. 1 camera’s strap lug. Next, pass the longer loop end of the strap through Fig. 2 the smaller loop, and pull the longer loop end. 5
LOADING THE BATTERY Use the following lithium battery. (One) 3V lithium battery. CR2/DL CR2 or equivalent. ✻ One lithium battery has enough power for taking approximately 300 shots (Based on our test conditions). ✻ If many rolls of Film are used, when travelling, for example, it is desirable to take spare batteries (particular in areas where it may be difficult to obtain batteries). Open the battery cover in the arrow direction as Fig. 3 shown in the figure. Insert the batteries straight as s
Check the battery capacity sign on the Liquid Crystal Fig. 5 Display. q on: Battery capacity is OK. w on: Battery capacity is insufficient; provide a new battery. e blink: Shutter release will not trip because the battery has no charge; change the battery. ✻ Check the battery capacity sign before using the camera. ✻ The battery can be replaced even when there is a film cartridge in the camera. POWER ON/OFF Press the power supply button to turn on the power, Fig. 6 Pressing the button once again
When the power is turned on, the lens cover opens, Fig. 7 the lens unit extends toward the front and the flash unit pops up, setting the camera in a condition where it is ready to take pictures. ✻ Do not restrict the motion of the lens cover with your fingers when you turn the power on. Doing so could cause the camera to malfunction. SETTING AND CORRECTING THE DATE (YEAR:MONTH:DAY/HOUR:MINUTE) Turn on the power, then press the DATE button Fig. 8 continuously for 2 seconds or longer. This will
Press the DATE button to select the next number Fig. 9 blinking in the order Year Month Day Hour Minute. Press the r button q to correct the w numerals blinking in the liquid crystal display. If you press the DATE button w at this time, the blinking numerals to be corrected will change in sequence from Year Day Hours Minutes. q Press the DATE button after correcting the year, Fig. 10 month, day, hour and minutes to complete the date correction procedure. ✻ To set the hour or minute
SELECTING THE DATE MODE With the Advanced Photo System Fig. 11 The date (year/month/day, hour/minute) can be printed on the front and back of the print. Frontprinting, which can be seen when inserted in an album, and backprinting, which is convenient for cataloging. Either can be used depending on the 99. 7. 24 purpose. ✻ Some photo finishers may not support the feature for printing on the surface. ✻ Changes, such as eliminating the date, are possible when re-printing. (Some photo finisher's m
The date mode will alternate as shown in the Fig. 13 diagram whenever the DATE Button is pressed. Y M D ✻ The date mode will be displayed in the [Year, M D Y Month, Day] sequence when the date is realigned D M Y even when a date mode other than [Year, Month, T Day] has been selected. Select the date mode every time the date has been realigned if a setting other than [Year, Month, Day] is required. (Y : Year M : Month D : Day T : Time) 2. BASIC PROCEDURES LOADING THE FILM
Make sure that the film cartridge mark H is not Fig. 15 displayed in area A of the Liquid Crystal Display. ✻ If H and “ B ” are lit on the Liquid Crystal Display, your camera contains a film cartridge already A exposed. Remove the film cartridge, following the instructions on page 23. Move the cartridge cover released knob in the Fig. 16 direction of q and open the cartridge cover slightly. Open the cartridge cover in the direction of w. ✻ Do not apply unnecessary force to the film q cartridge
Drop the cartridge q into place and then close the Fig. 17 cartridge cover w. w q ✻ Insert the battery before inserting the film cartridge. When the film cartridge compartment cover is Fig. 18 closed, the film advances automatically to the first A B frame. ✻ The camera ISO B and the type of film cartridge A will appear in the Liquid Crystal Display until the first frame is set. Type of film cartridge Color Negative Positive Black and White Other No displaymn o 13
When the first frame of the film is set, the usable Fig. 19 number of frames (specified number of exposures in the film) is displayed in the exposure counter. ✻ The number indicated in the exposure counter decreases by one each time a picture is taken. SELECTING THE PRINT FORMAT With the Advanced Photo System Three print formats - C, H and P can be chosen. Press in the Print Format Button to select the format you want. Select the print format with the print format switch Fig. 20 located on the r
The view through the finder will change to the style Fig. 21 of photographs shown when the print format switch is operated. The angle of the exposure will not change. A : C Print (2 : 3) B : H Print (9 : 16) C : P Print (1 : 3) ✻ Figures in ( ) represent the aspect ratio. 15
A Near-distance exposure Fig. 22 The area visible in the part shown will be printed when an exposure closer than approximately 1.5m is taken. As the area visible through the finder and the area actually exposed will differ with near-distance exposures (owing to the positions of the finder and the exposure lens being different), correcting the visible range through the finder with the near- distance correction mark provides a useful yardstick for the area actually exposed. (A : Parallax correc
Even when anyone of the C/H/P print format has Fig. 23 H & P been selected, the size of the photograph on the film C remains the same (approx. 17 x 30mm). Print format selection will record the print format for each frame and the exposure will be printed within the ranges H & C P shown in the above illustrations. ✻ The print format can be changed when reprinting. CH P 16 x 23 mm 16 x 28 mm 10 x 28 mm TAKING PICTURES Hold the camera firmly with both hands. Fig. 24 When holding vertically, keep t
Ensure that fingers or the camera strap are not Fig. 25 obscuring the lens of flash assembly. Press the zoom lever T mark until the required level Fig. 26 of zoom has been acquired when the subject is to be magnified. Press the W mark to obtain the wide- angle zoom. ✻ The minimum distance for exposure is 0.6 m. 18
Aim at the subject so that it fills the whole AF frame. Fig. 27 (A : AF (Autofocus) frame) A When the shutter release button is pressed halfway Fig. 28 and the AF lamp (green) turns on, focusing is complete. ✻ While the shutter release button is pressed halfway, the film speed and Type of film is indicated in the Liquid Crystal Display. ✻ When you are too close to the subject, the AF lamp (green) will start blinking. ✻ Note that when you are closer than about 30 cm, the AF lamp turns on but focu
When the shutter trips, the flash fires and the film Fig. 29 advances to the next frame. ✻ For bright remote scenes, the flash does not fire. ✻ The AF lamp will go off once and reappear immediately after the shutter is released. ✻ During the charging time of the flash (when the alarm sign is blinking c) the shutter cannot be released. In dark places, photos should be taken within the following flash lamp ranges. Effective flash lamp range Film speed Wide angle (23mm) Telephoto (70mm) ISO 100 0
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