Kodak ADVANTIX 2100AUTO user manual

User manual for the device Kodak ADVANTIX 2100AUTO

Device: Kodak ADVANTIX 2100AUTO
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Date of adding : 2013-04-11 15:19:48
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Film Status Indicator (FSI) A highlighted indicator advances from one symbol to another to identify the status of the film inside the cassette. Unexposed Partially Exposed Fully Exposed Processed Negatives 2 1 2 4 3

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This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. NOTE: Your model camera has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits provide reasonable protection against interference in residential u

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Look for this logo to be certain the film you buy is made for this camera. Look for this logo to select a certified photofinisher for developing your film and to assure that you get all the features of the Advanced Photo System. 4

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LCD (a) (b) (c) 6 7 7

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This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference- Causing Equipment Regulations. 8

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Welcome to the innovative world of the Advanced Photo System! And thank you for buying this KODAK ADVANTIX 2100 AUTO Camera. Need help with your camera or more information about the new Advanced Photo System? Call Kodak (United States only) toll free from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (Eastern time ) Monday through Friday at 1 (800) 242-2424. The toll free number (in Canada only) from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Eastern time) Monday through Friday is 1 (800) 465-6325; please ask for ext. 36100. 9 9 ENGLISH

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CAMERA IDENTIFICATION See inside cover flaps of manual for camera diagrams. (1) Shutter Button (13) Film-Door Latch (2) Red-Eye-Reduction Button (14) Meter-Cell Window (3) Rewind Button (15) Viewfinder Eyepiece (4) Self-Timer Button (16) Camera- /Flash-Ready Lamp (5) LCD Panel (17) Tripod Socket (6) Viewfinder (18) Battery Door (7) Self-Timer/Red-Eye- (19) Film Door Reduction Lamp (20) Red-Eye-Reduction Indicator (8) Print-Size Selector (21) Battery Symbol (9) Flash (22) Picture Counter (10) Len

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BATTERIES This camera uses 2 AA-size alkaline batteries that supply power for all camera operations. The camera automatically turns off after approximately 3 minutes. You can resume power by pressing any one of the function buttons. Low-Batteries Warning It's time to replace the batteries when — • the Battery Symbol (21) appears on the LCD Panel (5) • the film doesn't prewind, or • the camera will not operate. 11

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Battery Tips: • Remember to keep spare batteries with you at all times. • Read and follow all warnings and instructions supplied by the battery manufacturer. • Keep batteries away from children. • Do not attempt to disassemble, recharge or short circuit the batteries, or subject them to high temperature or fire. • Store batteries in original packaging prior to use. 12

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LOADING THE FILM For excellent all-around results for indoor and outdoor picture-taking, use KODAK ADVANTIX 200-Speed Film. 1. Turn the Film-Door Latch (13) to the "open" position and insert the film cassette completely into the film chamber . 2. Close the Film Door (19) . 3. Slide the Lens-Cover Switch (10) to the "open" position to uncover the lens and to start the auto-film prewind. (If the lens-cover is already ˝ opened, press the shutter button to start the auto-film prewind.) 4. After t

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TAKING PICTURES You can take Classic (C), HDTV (H), and Panoramic (P) pictures on the same film cassette (see following table for typical print sizes). Your photo-processing cost will be based on the format size(s) that you use to expose the film. 1. Slide the Lens-Cover Switch (10) to uncover the Lens (11) and to turn the camera on . ˝ 2. Move the Print-Size Selector (8) to the desired format . ˛ 3. Frame your subject inside the viewfinder marks within the Viewfinder Eyepiece (15) for C, H and

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Typical Print Sizes (Formats) C H P Classic Group & Wide (HDTV) Panoramic 1 1 1 1 3 /2 x 5" or 4 x 6" 3 /2 x 6" or 4 x 7" 3 /2 x 10" to 4 x 11 /2" (88.9 x 127 mm or (88.9 x 152 mm or (88.9 x 254 mm to 102 x 152 mm) 102 x 178 mm) 102 x 292.7 mm) 15

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Using the Self-Timer 1. Place the camera on a firm support. 2. Slide the Lens-Cover Switch (10) to uncover the Lens (11) and to turn the camera on . ˝ 3. Frame your subject in the Viewfinder Eyepiece (15). 4. Press the Self-Timer Button (4) and Shutter Button (1) at the same time. The Self-Timer Lamp (7) "blinks" for 10 seconds before the picture is taken. NOTE: If you want to stop the self-timer operation before the picture is taken, close the lens cover. 16

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Tips for Better Pictures • Hold the camera steady when taking pictures. • Keep your pictures simple. Move close enough to your subject so it fills the viewfinder but not closer than 4 ft (1.2 m). • Take pictures at the subject's level. Kneel down to take pictures of children and pets. • Hold your camera vertically to capture tall, narrow subjects, such as a waterfall, skyscraper, or single person. • Add interest to your picture by framing it with a tree branch, window, or even the rails of

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TAKING FLASH PICTURES In dim light, such as indoors or outdoors in heavy shade or on dark overcast days, you need flash. Your camera has a built-in flash which automatically fires when needed. Wait for the Camera- /Flash-Ready Lamp (16) to glow green, upon partially depressing the shutter button, before you take the picture. Flash-to-Subject Distance ISO Film Speed Flash-to-Subject Distance 100 4 to 11 ft (1.2 to 3.3 m) 200 4 to 15 ft (1.2 to 4.6 m) 400 4 to 22 ft (1.2 to 6.6 m) 18

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Flash Tips • Turn on room lights and have the subject face the lights to minimize red eyes in pictures. • Stand at an angle to shiny surfaces like windows or mirrors to avoid flash reflection and bright spots in your pictures. • Keep your fingers and other objects away from the picture-taking lens, flash, and meter-cell window to avoid dark or light pictures. 19

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Using Red-Eye Reduction This camera has an automatic flash that fires when you need it. To minimize red eyes in flash pictures, use the red-eye-reduction feature. 1. Slide the Lens-Cover Switch (10) to uncover the Lens (11) and to turn the camera on . ˝ 2. Press the Red-Eye- Reduction Button (2). Make sure the Red- Eye-Reduction Indicator (20) appears on the LCD Panel (5). 3. Have your subject look directly at the Red-Eye-Reduction Lamp (7) located next to the lens. 4. Press the Shutter Button (


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