FujiFilm Zoom 60 user manual

User manual for the device FujiFilm Zoom 60

Device: FujiFilm Zoom 60
Size: 1,33 MB
Date of adding : 2014-04-02 15:18:23
Number of pages: 44
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Summary of the content on the page No. 1

• Fujinon 35-60mm Auto Focus Zoom Lens
• Automatic Flash
• Easy Film Loading
• Automatic Film Rewind
• Full Information LED Operating Display
• Date/Time Imprinting
ZOOM DATE 60 only)
• Red-Eye Reduction

Summary of the content on the page No. 2

CONTENTS FEATURES ............................................................................... 2 3. ADVANCED TECHNIQUES PART NAMES ........................................................................... 3 SELECTING THE EXPOSURE MODE .................................. 31 USING THE SELF-TIMER ...................................................... 35 1. PRELIMINARY STEPS ATTACHING THE STRAP ........................................................ 7 TROUBLE SHOOTING ..........................

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PART NAMES 1 Liquid Crystal Display 2 Power Button 3 Zoom Button 4 Shutter Release Button 7 5 Strap Lug 1(→p.5) 6 AF (Autofocus) Window 8(→p.31, 35) 7 Viewfinder Window 2(→p.10) 8 MODE Button 9(→p.29) 9 Mid-Roll Rewind Button 3(→p.21) 0 Red-eye Reduction/Self- Timer Lamp 0(→p.32, 36) A Flash B AE Light Sensor 4(→p.22) C Fujinon Lens/ Lens Cover A(→p.23, 31) B 5(→p.7) 6 C(→p.10) 3

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D Viewfinder Eye-piece E AF/Flash Ready Lamp I J(→p.16, 28) F Film Take-up Spool D(→p.19) G Camera Back Lock H Film Leader Mark I Film Chamber E(→p.22) J Camera Back K Film Pressure Plate L Film Confirmation Window M Battery Compartment F Cover N Tripod Socket K L(→p.16) M(→p.8) G(→p.16, 28) H(→p.17) N 4

Summary of the content on the page No. 5

O Red-eye Reduction Flash Liquid Crystal Display Mode P Film Display Q Battery Status R Fill-in Flash Mode/ O(→p.32) R(→p.34, 22) Flash off Mode/ Flash Charging S Exposure Counter T Self-Timer Mode P(→p.18) S(→p.18) Q(→p.11) T(→p.35) The diagram shows all crystal displays in the “on” state. 5 *

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U Month Display Date/Time Display V Date/Time Imprinting (on the DISCOVERY S600 ZOOM DATE/ZOOM DATE 60 only) W Date Display X SELECT Button Y MODE Button U(→p.12, 14) Z SET Button V(→p.14) W(→p.12, 14) X(→p.12) Z(→p.13) Y(→p.12, 14) The diagram shows all crystal displays in the “on” state. 6 *

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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 A A : Button Push Pr

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LOADING THE BATTERIES 1 Make sure you have the correct batteries for your camera and that they are fresh. Your camera uses two alkaline batteries (Size AA/LR6) for reliable service. Do not try to use other types or sizes of batteries and do not mix an old battery with a new one. It is best to buy two batteries of the same brand at the same time. To load batteries. . . Open the battery compartment cover by pressing your finger against the finger rest and slid- ing the cover in the direction of th

Summary of the content on the page No. 9

Do not apply excessive force when opening the battery cover. Do not load film before insertng the battery into the camera. Make sure that the new batteries are both the same brand and type. Do not use Ni-Cd batteries. Two alkaline batteries should be sufficient for approximately 360 exposures (based on our test conditions). When traveling, take extra batteries to provide power for extra exposures, particularly important if you visit areas where fresh batteries may be difficult to obtain. Check t

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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 panel. 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 5 minutes without the camera being used, the camera will automatically turn itself off. If the PO

Summary of the content on the page No. 11

CHECKING YOUR BATTERY To determine the condition of the battery in your camera, turn it on and check the 1 battery capacity indicator on the LCD panel. 1on : Battery capacity is OK. 2 2on : Battery capacity is low. Replace with a new battery. 3blink : Shutter cannot be released because battery is exhausted. Replace with a fresh battery. 3 Check the battery capacity before you start to use your camera. 11 *

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SETTING THE DATE (YEAR-MONTH-DAY/HOUR-MINUTE) 1 (on the DISCOVERY S600 ZOOM DATE/ZOOM DATE 60 only) Setting the Date 1 Press the MODE button and “ ” to display the year, month and day. 1 2 2 Press the SELECT button. The numerals will blink and the camera will enter the date setting mode. The numeral under the “ ” in the display area indicates the month. Setting the Time 1 Press the MODE button to display the hour and minute. 2 Press the SELECT button. The numerals will blink and the camera wi

Summary of the content on the page No. 13

1 Press the SET button to change the blinking setting. 2 Press the SELECT button to select the next part of the date/time information. 2 You can set: Year : ’98 to ’49 (1998 to 2049) Month : 1 to 12 Day : 1 to 31 Time : 0 to 23 hours; 00 to 59 minutes 2 1 Once the date and time are set, press the SELECT button and setting will cease. To set the time (hour or minute) by the radio, set the correct time using the time correction 3 mode, and press in the SELECT button when the time signal indicates

Summary of the content on the page No. 14

SELECTING THE DATE MODE (on the DISCOVERY S600 ZOOM DATE/ZOOM DATE 60 only) 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. Y : Year M : Month D : Day T : Time With each press of the MODE button, the date mode changes as in the illustration. Y M D The date and time will be printed based on the mode you select. _ If “ ” is showing in t

Summary of the content on the page No. 15

2. USING YOUR CAMERA A LOADING THE CAMERA Your camera uses standard 35mm film available anywhere. Almost all 35mm films will have a DX coding symbol on the film box and on the cassette itself. Use only 35mm films with ISO rating of 100, 200 or 400. Information you will see includes: A : Number of Exposures B : DX Code symbol B C : Film Speed (sensitivity to light or ISO rating) C • If non-DX coded film is used, the camera’s automatic exposure system automatically sets itself to ISO 100. • Always

Summary of the content on the page No. 16

Check the film check window to make sure no film is loaded into the camera. 1 Never open the camera back while film is in your camera. 1 To load the film, slide camera back lock in the direction of the arrow as shown in the picture at left. 2 2 Open the back as shown. 2 Never apply excessive force when opening or closing the camera back. 1 Insert batteries before loading film. 16 * *

Summary of the content on the page No. 17

1 Hold the film at an angle and place it in the camera. 2 Press the film until you hear a clicking sound. This indicates the film cassette is 3 seated properly. 2 1 A : FILM TIP mark 4 While holding the film cassette in place, gently pull the end of the film leader out as far as the FILM TIP mark in the camera. Hold the film cassette down so that it does not pop out of the film compartment. Make sure the end of the film is correctly threaded onto the spool. If you should pull the film out too fa

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

Close the camera back. The film advances automatically. 5 “ ” and “ ” are displayed. The type, number of exposures, and speed of the film that has been loaded may be checked with the film check window. Check that the exposure counter (“ ”) and “ ” appear in the LCD. 6 If “ ” and “ ” are not displayed in the LCD, the film is not advancing. Load the film again. 18 * + +

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

USING YOUR FINDER The large viewfinder of your FUJIFILM camera makes it easier to take better, more interesting pictures. The finder consists of two parts: : Framing Area A Compose your picture within these framelines. A : AF (Autofocus) frame B Position this frame over the main subject being photographed to ensure sharp. B 19

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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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