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About This Owner’s Manual Details of Operation : Operation of the camera, helpful ☞ information ➜: see page Note: The circled numbers show the details for items above where there might be ques- tions.
E English Contents ..................................... /Contents 1 Using Your Camera ..................................... /Features 1 ................. LOADING THE FILM 17 1 .............. /Important Safety Notice 2 .............. E USING THE CAMERA 19 2 ................................ /Part Names 4 .................... Close-up Photography 22 ......................... /Menus & Modes 6 .. USING THE AUTO-FOCUS LOCK 24 3 How to Use the MENU/SET Button ........... TAKING OUT THE FILM 25 4 ....
Important Safety Notice This product has been made to be as safe as possible. This product will provide long, safe service when handled correctly. It is important that this product is handled properly and used only to take pictures. For your ease and safety, please follow what is written in this manual. It is also a good idea to keep this manual in a safe, easy to find place where you can refer to it if needed. WARNING CAUTION This symbol indicates danger, which This symbol indicates possible da
WARNING Use only the type of batteries specified in your camera’s instructions. Failure V E to do this may result in excessive heat buildup or fire. Make sure batteries are stored in a safe, secure place and well out of the Z reach of any infants, young children or pets. Improper storage could result in a child swallowing a battery. (If a child swallows a battery, call a doctor or a hos- pital right away.) CAUTION Never get this product wet or handle it with wet hands. Doing so may result in C a
Part Names ➜ AF (Auto-focus) Window Self-timer p.33 ➜ Remote Controller p.36 Remote Controller Sensor ➜p.36 Lamp Viewfinder Window ➜ Shutter Release Button p.21 Flash ➜p.28 ➜ Battery Cover p.12 AE Light Sensor ➜ Strap Lug p.11 Battery Cover Release Super EBC Fujinon Lens ➜ Knob ➜p.12 /Lens Cover p.13 Camera Back ➜p.17, 25 Film Take-up Spool ➜p.18 Film Confirmation Window ➜p.17 FILM TIP Mark ➜p.18 Film Pressure Plate Film Compartment Tripod Socket Mid-roll Rewind Button ➜p.26 4
AF Lamp (green) ➜p.9 Power Button ➜p.13 E Viewfinder Eye-piece ➜p.10 Viewfinder Diopter Zoom Button Correction Dial ➜p.10 ➜p.20 Camera Back Lock ➜p.17, 25 MENU/SET Button ➜p.7 Liquid Crystal Display ➜p.6 Four-direction Button ➜p.7 Battery Status ➜p.13 Picture Counter ➜p.18 5
Menus & Modes Menu Mode Descriptions See Page Used for general photography. Intelligent /The amount of light put out by the flash is a Multi-programmed changed to adjust for the brightness of the Flash Mode subject, the distance, and the zoom. Red-eye Reduction Reduce red-eye. d Flash Mode Used when taking pictures against the light. FLASH Fill-in Flash Mode 28 f /The flash fires even in a bright place. Used when not making the flash fire. Flash-off Mode g /The flash stops firing. Used when tak
How to Use the MENU/SET Button and Four-direction Button E Enter the menu and mode selection 1 0 1 mode. orange Select the menu. 2 2 0 Make the menu you want to change blink/ ☞ light. orange Select the mode. 3 0 3 The current mode blinks. ☞ orange Set the mode. 4 4 0 The set mode is displayed. 4 0 ☞ green /The LCD backlight is green when the power is turned on and when a mode has been set (goes out after 10 seconds). /The LCD backlight is orange while the mode is being selected (goes out after 1
Quick Start Guide An Easy Introduction to Automatic Photography with Your FUJIFILM Camera. Press the POWER button to turn 1 1 0 the power on. a, s and d are displayed on the ☞ LCD and the camera is set for automatic mode. Adjust the zoom. 2 2 0 Compose the picture. 3 3 0 Press the shutter release button 4 0 4 down completely. Great pictures can be taken with just the directions in this book from page 19 for- ward. 8
●AF Lamp When the shutter release button is pressed down halfway, the AF lamp E (green) lights or blinks. ■AF Lamp Status and Meaning ✽When the shutter release button is pressed down halfway. Status Meaning Photography is possible (Focus and exposure settings com- Lit plete). Out of focusing range. Check that the subject is at least 0.75m (2.5ft.) from the cam- Rapid blinking era. ✽The shutter lock operates in the q mode. Check that the subject is 0.65 – 1.3m (2.1 – 4.3ft.) from the camera. Out
Quick Start Guide ●Viewfinder Parallax Framing Area Correction Guides Compose the picture within this area. AF (Auto-focus) Frame Framing Position this frame over the main sub- Area ject in your picture. Parallax Correction Guides AF (Auto-focus) Frame When taking pictures at close dis- tances (closer than 1.3m/4.3ft.), use these guides to compose the picture (➜p.22). ●Viewfinder Diopter Adjustment If the subject cannot be seen clearly, completely zoom out to obtain a wide- angle (➜p.20), an
PreliminarySteps 1 ATTACHING THE STRAP Slip the thin piece of the camera strap through the small hole on the left side of the camera and leave a loop. Slide E the thick part of the strap through this 0 1 loop and pull tight. Take up any slack to make sure the strap is tightly on the camera. 0 2 /Do not use a strap made for cellular phones or other products. These straps are usually too weak to hold your camera securely. For safety, use only straps made for cameras. 11
2 LOADING THE BATTERY Your camera requires one 3V lithium battery, type CR2/DL CR2. Move the battery cover release 1 2 0 knob in the direction of the arrow. Flip open the battery cover. 2 1 0 Load the battery, - end first fol- 3 3 0 lowing the instructions shown in the drawing on the inside of the battery cover. Important: Pay careful attention to the polari- ty of the battery as indicated by the = and - signs on the battery. The battery must be loaded the correct way or the camera will not wor
PreliminarySteps TURNING ON AND OFF THE CAMERA/ 3 CHECKING THE BATTERY Before using the camera, you must 1 0 1 turn the power on. First press the POWER button to turn the power E on. Pressing this button a second time will turn the power off. When you turn your camera on, the lens ☞ cover opens and the display appears on the LCD. When the power is turned on, the camera ☞ is set for automatic mode (➜p.19). CHECKING THE BATTERY To determine the capacity of the bat- tery in the camera, turn the cam
4 SETTING THE DATE Setting the Date When Loading or Changing the Battery Turn the camera on and press the 1 1 0 MENU/SET button. The LCD lights orange and the menu ☞ selection mode is entered. Press the zx buttons to make 2 0 2 the DATE menu blink. The year “ ” blinks and the date setting ☞ mode is entered. Press the zx buttons to change 3 3 0 the numbers that are blinking. Press the cv buttons to change 4 4 0 the item (year, month, day, hour, minute) to be set. The selected item blinks. ☞ /You
PreliminarySteps When the date has been set, 5 5 0 press the MENU/SET button. E The LCD changes to green and the date ☞ set is shown. To set the time (hour or minute) by the ☞ radio, press the MENU/SET button when the time signal indicates zero. Changing the Date After Setting It Select the DATE menu. 1 1 0 The date mode blinks. ☞ Hold the MENU/SET button down 2 2 0 for 2 seconds or longer. The “Day” blinks and the date change ☞ mode is entered. Using the procedure described in 3 0 3 steps to ab
5 SELECTING THE DATE MODE Turn the camera on and press the 1 1 0 MENU/SET button. The LCD lights orange and the menu ☞ selection mode is entered. Press the zx buttons to make 2 2 0 the DATE menu blink. The date selection mode is entered. ☞ Press the cv buttons and select 3 3 0 the date mode. The selected mode blinks. ☞ Press the MENU/SET button to 4 4 0 complete the setting. The LCD changes to green and the mode ☞ set is shown. The date mode you choose will be imprinted at the lower right of the
UsingYourCamera 1 LOADING THE FILM Number of Pictures Your camera uses standard 35mm film. Almost all 35mm films will have a DX coding symbol on the film box and on E the film holder itself. DX Code Symbol Film Speed (sensitivity to light or ISO rating) Check that there is no film in the 1 1 0 camera and that the picture counter is not showing. Slide the camera back lock slowly 2 3 0 in the direction of the arrow as shown in the picture at left. Open the camera back as shown. 3 0 2 the “Common
LOADING THE FILM To load the roll of film, keep the 4 0 4 long end of the film take-up spool in the direction shown in the pic- ture. Drop the film in the camera. FILM TIP Mark While holding the film in place, pull 5 the end of the film out to the FILM 5 0 TIP mark and place it on top of the spool. Film Take-up Film Spool Cassette Close the camera back. 6 0 6 7 0 The film is wound to the first frame. ☞ Check that “¡” is showing on the 7 counter. 5Hold the film down so that it does not 6The type
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