FujiFilm ZOOMDATE115S user manual

User manual for the device FujiFilm ZOOMDATE115S

Device: FujiFilm ZOOMDATE115S
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Date of adding : 2014-04-02 15:18:23
Number of pages: 51
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CONTENTS FEATURES ............................................................................... 2 USING THE SELF-TIMER ...................................................... 39 PART NAMES ........................................................................... 3 USING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER Liquid Crystal Display ............................................................. 6 (on the Zoom Date 115SR only) ............................................. 41 Viewfinder ...........................

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PART NAMES 1 Shutter Release Button 2 Red-eye Reduction/ Self-Timer/Remote Controller∗ Lamp 3 Strap Lug 5 4 Remote Controller Sensor∗ 5 AF (Auto-Focus) Window 1 (→p.23) 6 Flash 7 AE Light Sensor 6 (→p.31) 8 Viewfinder Window 9 Fujinon Lens/ Lens Cover 2 (→p.34,40,42) 7 8 3 (→p.8) 9 (→p.11) 4 (→p.42) : on the Zoom Date 115SR ∗ only 3

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0 AF Lamp (green) A Viewfinder Eye-piece B Film Take-up Spool C FILM TIP Mark D Tripod Socket F (→p.18) 0 (→p.23) E Film Chamber F Film Confirmation A (→p.7) Window G Film Pressure Plate H Camera Back G I Battery Compartment Cover Release Knob B (→p.19) J Battery Compartment Cover C (→p.19) H (→p.18,28) I (→p.9) D J (→p.9) E 4

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K AF Lamp (green) L Viewfinder Eye-piece M Liquid Crystal Display N Camera Back Lock K (→p.23) O Mid-Roll Rewind Button P Exposure Mode Button L (→p.7) Q Zoom Button R Film Confirmation Window S Power Button T DATE/SEL (Date Select) Q (→p.22) Button U Self-timer/Remote M (→p.6) Control∗/SET (Date Set) R (→p.18) Button N (→p.18,28) S (→p.11) O (→p.29) T (→p.13,16) U (→p.39,41,13) P (→p.31) : on the Zoom Date 115SR ∗ only 5

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V Red-eye Reduction Flash Liquid Crystal Display Mode W Back Light Compensa- tion Flash Mode/ Flash-off Mode/ Flash Charging X Night Portrait (Slow Sync) [ (→p.37) Mode V (→p.34) ∗ \ (→p.20,39) Y Remote Control Mode Z Battery Status W (→p.36,23) [ Landscape Mode \ Exposure Counter/Self- timer Count ] Self-timer Mode ^ Date Display X (→p.38) ] (→p.39) Y (→p.41) Z (→p.12) ^ (→p.13,16) : on the Zoom Date 115SR ∗ 6 only

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Viewfinder A : Framing area Compose the image within this area. C B : AF (Auto-focus) spot Position this spot over the main subject in your picture. C : Parallax correction guides When taking pictures at close distances (Closer than 1.5 m/4.9 ft.), use these indi- A cators as a guide when composing your picture. (→p.24) B 7

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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 2 usually too light or weak to hold your camera securely. For safety, use only straps designed for cameras. 8

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INSERTING THE BATTERY Your camera requires one 3V lithium battery, type CR123A/DL 123A. To insert the battery: 1 1 Move the battery compartment cover release knob in the direction of the arrow. 2 Flip open the battery compartment cover. 2 3 Insert the battery following the instructions shown in the diagram on the inside of the battery compartment cover. Important: Pay careful attention to the polarity of the battery as indicated by the , and . markings on the battery. The battery must be inserte

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Do not apply excessive force when opening or closing the battery compartment cover. ∗ One new lithium battery should be sufficient for approx. 350 exposures (based on our test conditions). ∗ When traveling, take extra batteries to provide power for extra exposures. This is particularly important if you visit areas where new batteries may ∗ be difficult to obtain. Check the battery capacity symbol before using your camera. (→p.12) ∗ After changing the battery, reset the date to assure accurate da

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TURNING ON YOUR CAMERA Before you can use your camera, you must turn the power on. First press the power button which turns on the power. Pressing this button a second time will turn the power off. When you turn your camera on, the lens cover will open and the initial display will appear on 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 7 minutes without the camera being used, the camera will automat

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CHECKING YOUR BATTERY 1 To determine the condition of the battery in your camera, turn the camera on and check the battery capacity indicator on the LCD panel. 1 Lit : Battery capacity is OK. 2 Lit : Battery capacity is low. Replace with a new battery. 2 3 Blinks: Shutter cannot be released because battery is exhausted. Replace with a new battery. Check the battery capacity before you using your camera. ∗ The battery can be replaced even while there is a partially-exposed film in the camera. ∗ 3

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SETTING THE DATE (YEAR-MONTH-DAY/ HOUR-MINUTE) 1 Setting the date Turn the camera on and then press the DATE button. The “Year” blinks and the camera will enter the date/time setting mode. You can set:  Year : ’02 to ’32 (2002 to 2032) Month : 1 to 12 Day : 1 to 31 Time : 0 to 23 hours; 00 to 59 minutes 1 Press the SET button to change the blinking setting. 2 Press the SEL button to select the next part of the date/time information. 2 Each press of the SEL button selects a different element in

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To cancel the date/time setting mode, press the DATE/SEL button after changing the “Minutes”. 3 To set the time (hour or minute) by the radio, press in the DATE/SEL button when the time  signal indicates zero. The year, month, and day will change together with the hour and minute. ∗ 14

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Changing the date 1 Turn the camera on and then hold down the DATE button for at least 2 seconds or longer. The “Day” blinks and the date change mode is entered.  Using the procedure described in steps 2 1 to 2 on page 13, set the date with the SET and SEL buttons. 2 Each press of the SEL button selects a different element in the date/time information in the  following order: Day→Hours→Minutes→Year→Month Press the DATE/SEL button after changing the “Month”.  1 2 15

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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. Y : Year M : Month D : Day T : Time Turn the camera on, and then press the DATE button to enter date/time mode. The date/time mode changes in the order shown in the illustration. Y M D If “- - - - - -” is chosen, no date will appear on the photograph. ∗ M D

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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. 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 load and remove film from your camera away from direct

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Check that there is not a film in the camera and that the exposure counter is not displayed. 1 Never open the camera back while film is in your camera. Before replacing the film, refer to ∗ page 29. 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 camera back as shown. Never apply excessive force when opening or closing the camera back. ∗ 2 1 18

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Insert the roll of film. Keep the long end of the spool in the film cassette at the top of the film compartment as shown in the drawing. 3 A : FILM TIP mark B : Film take-up spool 4 C : Film cassette While holding the film cassette in place, pull the end of the film out to the FILM TIP mark and place it on top of the spool. 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 th

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Close the camera back. The film advances automatically. 5  The type, number of exposures, and speed of the film that has been loaded may be checked ∗ with the film confirmation window. Check the exposure counter (telling the number of exposures remaining). 6 If the film is not loaded correctly, the film counter is not displayed on the LCD. In this case, insert the film again making sure it is loaded correctly to permit taking pictures. 20

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