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OWNER S MANUAL
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.
This manual will show you how to use your camera correctly. Please follow the instructions carefully. SPECIAL FEATURES A fully automatic 35 mm compact zoom camera CONTENTS Special features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1. High Quality 38-90mm Autofocus zoom. Names of parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 2. Drop-in Film Loading. I. BASIC PROCEDURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 3. Film Pre-winding. Load the battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(When reading this manual, leave this page open for quick reference) NAMES OF PARTS !5!6!7!8 !9 @0@1 @2 qwe rty Liquid Crystal Display @8 @9 #0 !4 u i o !0 !1!2!3 @3 @4 @5 @6 @7 #1 #2 q Strap Lug !7 Finder Eyepiece w Shutter Release !8 Autofocus Lamp e Autofocus Windows !9 Camera Back r Finder Window @0 Date display Window (for the dating model only) t Liquid Crystal Display @1 Date Mode/Select Button (for the dating model only) y Flash Lampface @2 Date Set Button (for the dating model only) u R
I. BASIC PROCEDURE LOAD THE BATTERY Use one 3V CR123A lithium battery. A new lithium battery will provide power for taking about 400 pictures, including 200 with flash (as Fig. 1 tested according to Fujifilm’s battery testing procedure). 1. Open the battery compartment cover (Fig. 1) Push the Cover’s grained part up (toward the camera back) and open the Cover toward you. 2. Insert the battery (Fig. 2) Fig. 2 Insert the battery in the Battery Compartment, minus – end first, then press in the
3. Check the loaded battery (Fig. 3) Fig. 3 Push the Lens Cover Button downward. If the Lens Cover opens and the lens barrel moves out into shooting position (wideangle), the battery is loaded correctly. If the Flash Sign ( c ) in the LCD blinks for 12 seconds or more after taking a flash picture, the battery is spent. Change the battery with a new one as soon as possible. Always reset the date after changing the battery (for the dating model only) If you are going on a trip or are plannin
↓ Year Month Day ↓ Month Day Year ↓ Day Month Year ↓ Day Hour Minute ↓ To change the order of the year, month, and day, press in the Date Mode/Select Button q. The order will change as shown above. The date Showing in the Date Display Window is the date that will be printed in the bottom right of your picture. If you don’t want dates on your pictures, bring out the Dating Unit Off sign (-- -- --) in the Date Display Window. l After changing the Camera battery, always check and reset the date (or
Select Button again then correct the number with the Date Set Button. (4) After correcting the number for the “minute”, press in the Date Mode/Select Button to bring out the “PRINT” sign in the Date Display Window. The Dating Unit is now ready for printing. Your camera’s quartz date-printing unit has an auto-calendar that is designed to function up through the year 2020. The Dates (or time) are represented by the following numbers: Year: 89 - 20 Hour: 0 - 23 Month: 1 - 12 Minute: 00 - 59 Day:
Fig. 7 LOAD THE FILM 1. Open the camera back (Fig. 7) To open, hold the camera bottom side up and push the Camera Back Lock downward. 2. Insert the film (Fig. 8) Fig. 8 Just push the film gently into the Film Chamber. Do not open the Camera Back all the way. It is normally set to open about 15° or just enough to drop the film in smoothly and surely. Film with a mark (Advanced photo sytem) on it cannot be used. Always use your film before the expiration date printed on the film box. 8
3. Check the film tip position (Fig. 9) Fig. 9 Make sure the film tip falls within the Film Tip Mark (green lines in the far end of the film track). 4. Close the camera back (Fig. 10) As soon as you close the Camera Back, the Exposure Counter will run though rapidly and the film will prewind itself up to the very end. (If the film is a 24-exposure roll, it will prewind itself in about 20 Fig. 10 seconds and the Exposure Counter will stop at the number “24”). If the film leader (the length of f
Fig. 11 TAKING PICTURES 1. Turn on the power (Fig. 11) To turn it on, press the Power Switch downward. The Lens Cover will automatically open and the Lens will move out into shooting position. If the Lens is in retracted position, the shutter won’t trip. 2. Standard 35 mm size covering area (Fig. 12) Fig. 12 Parallax Correction Mark (Fig. 12 - A) Bright Frame (Fig. 12 - B) You’ll get in your picture everything you see within the Bright Frame. But if you are shooting your subject form about 1
3. Zooming to telephoto (Fig. 13) Fig. 13 To zoom to telephoto, press in the upper Zoom Button. The size of the Finder image will change with the movement of the Lens. Do not block the Lens or apply pressure to it while it is zooming. If the camera is left for approximately 5 minutes with the Power Switch on, the lens is retracted automatically, the liquid crystal display goes off, and the camera's power goes off. If the power switch is turned off, then again, the camera is again set ready f
5. Hold the camera still (Fig. 15) Fig. 15 When taking pictures, hold the camera still with both hands (camera shake can result in fuzzy pictures). To shoot with the camera held vertically, position the Flash side up. Before pressing down the Shutter Release, take your finger off the Zoom Button. Keep your fingers and camera strap away from the Lens, Autofocus Windows, and Flash Lampface. 6. Aim the autofocus spot at your subject (Fig. 16) Fig. 16 Autofocus Spot (Fig. 16 - A) Aim the Autof
7. Press the shutter release about halfway down Fig. 17 (Fig. 17) If the Autofocus Lamp (green lamp next to the Finder Eyepiece) turns on and glows when the Shutter Release is pressed about halfway down, the Lens has completed focusing. But if you are too close to your subject, the Autofocus Lamp will blink to warn you to move back. The Autofocus Lamp will blink if you are too close to your subject. If it blinks, check the camera-to- subject distance once again. When you press the Shutter Re
Though rarely, the Lens may not be able to focus itself sharply in the following situations. To take your picture, you’ll have to use the Autofocus Lock (see page 16). q If there is a very bright light shining in the vicinity of your subject, such as blazing streaks of sunlight, dazzling light reflections from the windshield of a car, etc. w If your subject is a black object, such as a bunch of black hair, which cannot reflect enough light. e If you are shooting through a glass window. r If th
1. After exposing the last frame (Fig. 19) Fig. 19 As soon as the last frame (frame No. 1) is exposed, the Exposure Counter will switch from “0” to “E” and the camera motor will come to a halt. 2. Unload the exposed film (Fig. 20) Fig. 20 Make sure the Exposure Counter is showing the “E” sign then open the Camera Back and take the film out. 15
Unloading the film in mid-roll (Fig. 21) Fig. 21 With the tip of a ball-point pen or something similar, press in the Mid-roll Rewind Button. Wait until the Exposure Counter shows the “E” sign and the camera motor comes to a halt, then take the film out. Do not use anything with too sharp a point to press in the Mid-roll Rewind Button. If the Camera Back is accidentally opened in mid- roll, close it quickly, wait until the film winds itself back into its cartridge, then it out. All the expo
2. Move the camera slightly and.... (Fig. 23) Fig. 23 aim the Autofocus Spot so that it covers some part of your subject, then press the Shutter Release about halfway down (to lock the focus) and make sure the Autofocus Lamp (focusing completed signal) has turned on. 3. While pressing the shutter release about halfway down... (Fig. 22) move the camera back to its original position, recompose your picture, then take it by pressing the Shutter Release all the way down. The autofocus Lock can be
Effective flash range (Using color negative film; distance in meters). The effective range of your camera’s built-in flash will differ with the speed of the film you are using and the lens focal length as shown below. ISO 100 ISO 200 ISO 400 38 mm wideangle 0.9 ~ 5 0.9 ~ 7 0.9 ~ 10 90 mm telephoto 0.65 ~ 2.2 0.65 ~ 3.3 0.65 ~ 4.4 (Using colour negative film: units; m) Taking ordinary pictures 1. Automatic-flash mode in low light (Fig. 24) Fig. 24 If you don’t see any sign in area “A” of the LC
If you want your subject’s eyes to look natural Fig. 25 and beautiful... 2. Red-eye reducing mode (Fig. 25) Bring out the Red-eye Reducing Mode Sign (b) in the LCD by pressing in the Exposure Mode Button, then take your picture. The red-eye reducing mode setting will remain on ever after you turn off the power. The Autofocus Lamp (next to the Finder Eye- piece) will turn on the moment the Red-eye Reducing Lamp turns on then turn off the instant the Flash fires. Be sure to hold the camera sti
To take backlighted pictures of subjects against Fig. 26 a window or in the shade of a tree... 3. Fill-in flash mode (Fig. 26) Bring out the Flash Sign (c) in the LCD by pressing in the Exposure Mode Button. The Flash will now fire even in bright sunlight. Taking non-flash pictures 4. Flash off mode (Fig. 27) Fig. 27 Bring out the Flash Off Sign (d) in the LCD by pressing in the Exposure Mode Button, then take your non-flash (existing light) picture. The flash mode settings will remain on unti
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