FujiFilm NP 140 user manual

User manual for the device FujiFilm NP 140

Device: FujiFilm NP 140
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Date of adding : 2014-04-02 15:18:23
Number of pages: 44
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ENGLISH
• Fujinon 38-140mm Auto Focus Zoom Lens
• Sure-loading System with Automatic Pre-
winding
• Automatic Exposure and Flash
• Date/Time Imprinting
• Red Eye Reduction
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OWNER S MANUAL

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CONTENTS FEATURES ............................................................................... 2 TROUBLE SHOOTING ........................................................... 37 PART NAMES ........................................................................... 3 COMMON SENSE CAMERA CARE ...................................... 39 SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................. 40 1. PRELIMINARY STEPS ATTACHING THE STRAP ......................................

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PART NAMES 1 AF (Autofocus) Window 2 Liquid Crystal Display 3 Shutter Release Button 1 8(→p.35,9) 7(→p.9,12) 4 AE Light Sensor 5 Strap Lug 2(→p.5) 6 Red-eye Reduction Lamp 9(→p.29) 7 DATE Button 8 Self-timer/Date Set Button 9 MODE Button 0(→p.28) 3(→p.21) 0 Mid-Roll Rewind Button A Flash B Self-Timer Lamp A(→p.22,29) C Viewfinder Window 4 D Fujinon Lens/ Lens Cover B(→p.36) 5(→p.6) C 6(→p.31) D(→p.8) 3

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E AF Lamp (green) F Viewfinder Eye-piece G Film Confirmation Window H Camera Back Lock E(→p.21) I(→p.8) I Power Button F(→p.17) J Zoom Button K Battery Compartment J(→p.20) Cover L Camera Back M Tripod Socket G(→p.13) K(→p.7) H(→p.13,27) L(→p.13,27) M 4

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N Fill-in Flash Mode/ Liquid Crystal Display Flash off Mode/ Flash Charging O Red-eye Reduction Flash Mode Q(→p.33) P Date Display R(→p.34) N(→p.32,33,21) Q Landscape Mode R Night Portrait (Slow Sync) Mode S Self-Timer Mode T Exposure Counter/Self- O(→p.31) timer Count U Battery Status S(→p.35) P(→p.9,12) T(→p.16,35) U(→p.8) 5

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1. PRELIMINARY STEPS 1 ATTACHING THE STRAP Slip the thin cord on the carrying strap through the strap lug on the side of the camera leaving a loop. Slide the thick part of the strap through this loop and pull tight. Take up any slack to make sure the strap is securely attached to the camera. Do not use a strap made for cellular phones or similar electronic products. These straps are usually too light to hold your camera securely. Use straps designed for cameras for safety. 2 6

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LOADING THE BATTERY Your camera uses one 3V lithium battery 1 CR123A/DL 123A or the equivalent. To load the battery. 1 Open the battery compartment cover by inserting a small tool into the cover slot. 2 Insert the battery following instructions in the diagram on the inside of the battery cover paying particular attention to the position of the , and . poles of the battery. The battery must be inserted the right way or the camera will not operate. 3 When battery is inserted properly, close the ba

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TURNING ON YOUR CAMERA To prepare to use your camera, first press the power supply button to turn on the power. Pressing the button once more turns the power off. When you turn your camera on, the lens cover will open and the initial display will appear in the LCD. When you are finished using your camera, turn the power off to conserve your battery. If the power supply is left on for more than seven minutes without the camera being used, the camera will automatically turn itself off. Before you

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SETTING THE DATE (YEAR-MONTH-DAY/HOUR-MINUTE) 1 Your camera can imprint the date or the time on your picture when you make your exposure. To set your camera for imprinting, first turn on the power and then hold down the DATE button for at least 2 seconds or longer. The year signal will blink and the camera will enter the date/time setting mode. You can set: Year : ’00 to ’30 (2000 to 2030) Month : 1 to 12 Day : 1 to 31 Time : 0 to 23 hours; 00 to 59 minutes 1 Press the button to change the blin

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To cancel the date/time setting mode, press the DATE button after changing the minutes. 3 To set the time (hour or minute) by the radio, press in the DATE button when the time signal indicates zero. The year, month, and day will change together with the hour and minute. 10 * +

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SELECTING THE DATE MODE The date and time (year-month-day/ hour-minute) will be imprinted at the lower right of the photograph. The date display printed on the front of the picture may not be clearly visible against a dark background. 11 *

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Turn your camera on and then press the DATE button to select the desired date mode. The date and time will be printed based on the mode you select. Y : Year M : Month D : Day T : Time The date/time mode changes in the order shown in the illustration. If “- - - - - -” is chosen, no date will appear on the photograph. Y M D After the date and time are corrected, the date/time mode is reset to “YMD”. Change the date/ time mode after correcting the date and time. M D Y D M Y T 12 * * +

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2. USING YOUR CAMERA A LOADING THE CAMERA Almost all 35mm films that your camera uses will have a DX coding symbol on the film box and on the film cassette itself. Information you will see includes: A : Number of Exposures B : DX Code symbol C : Film Speed (sensitivity to light or ISO rating) • If non-DX coded film is used, the camera’s automatic exposure system automatically sets itself to ISO B 100. C • Always load and remove film from your camera away from direct sunlight. 1 Check the film ch

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Insert the roll of film. 2 A : FILM TIP mark 3 Pull the end of the film leader out as far as film tip mark. If you pull the film too far out of the canister, remove the film and adjust the length. A 14 *

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Make sure the end of the film is threaded onto the spool. 4 15

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Close the camera back. The film advances automatically. Prewinding finishes in about 20 seconds (with 24-exposure 5 film). The type, number of exposures, and speed of the film that has been loaded may be checked with the film check window. This camera counts the frames starting at the highest number. Film is advanced one frame at a time inside the magazine. Check the exposure counter (telling the number of exposures remaining). 6 If the number of exposures remaining is not displayed, the film is

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USING YOUR FINDER C The finder of your camera provides the control you need to take better, more inter- esting pictures. The finder includes: : Framing Area A Compose your picture within these framelines. : AF (auto-focus) frame B A For sharp focus, position this frame over the main subject being photographed. : Close-up Frame C B Use this when photographing subjects closer than 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) from your camera. (→p.18) 17

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With the close-up picture C A : Viewfinder B : Print finishing C : Parallax correction mark When photographing a subject closer than about 1.5 m (4.9 ft.), the area shown in the diagram at left will be printed. When taking close ups, the area seen through the viewfinder and the area actually photographed will be different. (Because the viewfinder and the lens are in different locations.) The parallax AB correction mark indicates the difference between the area seen through the viewfinder and the

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USING YOUR CAMERA 1 Turn the camera on and hold it firmly using both hands as shown in the illustration. When taking vertical pictures, hold the camera with the flash unit at the top. Before taking important, once-in-a-lifetime pictures such as weddings or special events, take a few test shots to make sure your camera is functioning correctly. If you purchased your camera before going on a trip, shoot a roll or two to familiarize yourself with the operation of the camera. And don’t forget to get

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To use the zoom lens, press the mark until you get the composition you want in the finder. Pressing the mark will set the lens at the shorter focal lengths to 3 obtain wide-angle effects. The focusing range for sharp pictures is from 0.9m (3.0ft.) to infinity. Aim at your subject so that it is covered by the whole AF frame. 4 20 *


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