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4100ix zoom Camera
Look for this logo to be certain that 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. Film Status Indicator (FSI) Unexposed A highlighted indicator advances from one symbol to another to Partially identify the status of the film inside Exposed the cassette. Fully Exposed Processed Negatives 2 See inside cover flaps of manual for camera diagrams. 1 2
Need help with your camera or more information about the new Advanced Photo System? Call Kodak (United States only) toll free from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 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. For warranty purposes, please keep your sales receipt as proof of the date of purchase. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rul
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CAMERA IDENTIFICATION See inside cover flaps of manual for camera diagrams. (1) Date-Menu Button (19) Flash-Mode Button (2) Flash (20) Flash-Indicator Lamp (3) Viewfinder (21) Viewfinder Eyepiece (4) Self-Timer/Red-Eye- (22) On/Off Dial Reduction Lamp (23) Battery Door (5) Lens (24) Tripod Socket (6) Meter-Cell Window (25) Film Door (7) Strap Post (26) Date & Time/ISO Film-Speed Display (8) Film Door Latch (27) Red-Eye-Reduction Indicator (9) Rewind Button (28) Film-Presence Indicator (10) Tele-
BATTERY This camera uses a 3-volt lithium KODAK K123LA (or equivalent) Battery that supplies power for all camera operations. Low-Battery Indicator It’s time to replace the battery when— • the battery symbol (32) “blinks” on the LCD panel (15). • all indicators on the LCD panel disappear and the shutter button (12) cannot be released. Battery Tips: • Keep spare batteries with you at all times. Lithium batteries perform consistently until they suddenly die. • Read and follow all warnings and inst
LOADING THE FILM 1. Turn the film-door latch (8) to the “open” position. 2. Insert the film cassette completely into the film chamber . Do not force the film cassette into the film chamber. 3. Close the film door (25) to start the auto-film advance. The LCD panel (15) shows the number of exposures (b). NOTE: After you close the safety-interlock film door, you cannot open the film door until the film is completely rewound into the film cassette. TAKING PICTURES You can take Classic (C), HDTV (H
Typical Print Sizes C H P Classic Group (HDTV) Panoramic 1 1 1 1 1 3 /2 x 5" or 4 x 6" 3 /2 x 6" or 4 x 7" 3 /2 x 8 /2" to 4 x 11 /2" (88.9 x 127 mm or (88.9 x 152 mm or (88.9 x 216 mm to 102 x 152 mm) 102 x 178 mm) 102 x 292.7 mm) Using the Zoom Lens This camera has a power-zoom lens that lets you select the ideal lens-focal length for taking pictures. When you turn the camera on, it is initially set to the wide-angle position. 1. Turn the on/off dial (22), counterclockwise to the ON position.
Using the Self-Timer You can include yourself in pictures by using the self-timer feature. 1. Use a tripod (tripod socket ) or place the camera on another firm support. 2. Turn the on/off dial (22), counterclockwise to the ON position. ˝ 3. Press the self-timer/red-eye-reduction button (18) twice to move to the self-timer position. Make sure the self-timer indicator (30) appears on the LCD panel (15). 4. Press the shutter button (12). The self-timer lamp (4) “blinks” approximately 10 second
TAKING FLASH PICTURES In dim light, such as indoors or outdoors in heavy shade or on dark overcast days, you need flash. Your camera features automatic flash that fires when you need it. It also provides automatic daylight fill flash under certain bright-light conditions where shadows may exist. When you partially depress the shutter button (12) and the flash- indicator lamp (20) glows red, the flash is fully charged and ready for picture-taking (see table below for other Flash-Lamp Signals and
Flash-to-Subject Distance ISO Film Speed Wide (30 mm) Tele (60 mm) 50 2 to 14 ft 2 to 7 ft (0.60 to 4.3 m) (0.60 to 2.1 m) 100 2 to 19 ft 2 to 10 ft (0.60 to 5.8 m) (0.60 to 3.1 m) 200 2 to 27 ft 2 to 14 ft (0.60 to 8.2 m) (0.60 to 4.3 m) 400 2 to 38 ft 2 to 19 ft (0.60 to 11.6 m) (0.60 to 5.8 m) 800 2 to 53 ft 2 to 27 ft (0.60 to 16.2 m) (0.60 to 8.2 m) 1600 2 to 74 ft 2 to 38 ft (0.60 to 22.6 m) (0.60 to 11.6 m) 12
Using the Red-Eye Reduction Some people’s eyes (and some pets’) can reflect flash with a red glow. To minimize red eyes in flash or fill-flash pictures, use the red-eye reduction. 1. Turn the on/off dial (22), counterclockwise to the ON position. ˝ 2. Press the self-timer/red-eye-reduction button (18) once to move to the red-eye- reduction position. Make sure the red-eye-reduction indicator (27) appears on the LCD panel (15). 3. Have your subject look directly at the red-eye-reduction lamp (4).
Using Infinity Focus, Flash Off, Fill Flash, and Nighttime View Infinity Focus—To capture sharp, distant scenery, use the infinity-focus mode. Flash Off—When you do not want to use the flash, especially indoors where flash is prohibited, such as in theaters and museums, or in dim lighting situations, use flash off. Use a tripod (tripod socket ) or place the camera on another firm support. Fill Flash—Bright light indoors or outdoors from backlit subjects can create dark shadows (especially on
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. UNLOADING THE FILM When the film is fully rewound, the film cassette symbol and 0 (c) blink on the LCD panel (15). Do not remove the film
TROUBLESHOOTING What happened Probable cause Solution Camera will not operate There are no more pictures Remove the film remaining Battery weak, dead, missing, Replace or reload the or improperly loaded battery Film does not Battery weak, dead, missing, Replace or reload the advance or rewind or improperly inserted battery LCD panel is blank (see above cause) (see above solution) Film rewinds at Camera transport or film Load another film beginning of film cassette problem cassette into camera l
What happened Probable cause Solution Film does not load Loaded exposed, partially Load only unexposed properly in camera exposed, or processed film film into the camera into the camera All LCD indicators Camera mechanism problem Press shutter button or “blink” turn the camera off and on Film-door latch does Film is not rewound into the Complete taking pictures does not open cassette completely or press the rewind button (9) 17
SPECIFICATIONS Film Type: KODAK ADVANTIX Film for color prints Lens: 30–60 mm zoom lens, f/4.5 to f/8.5 glass hybrid aspheric Focus System: 80 zone, active AF with focus lock Viewfinder: Real image with C, H, & P format display; AF indicator Film-Speed Range: DXIX (ISO) 50–1600 for color print films Flash Unit: Auto flash, flash off, fill flash, & nighttime view Focus Range: Daylight: 2 ft (0.60 m) to infinity Apertures: f/4.5–f/8.5 Shutter: Programmed electronic; speeds from 1/6 to 1/270 sec. P
Consumer Imaging EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY Rochester, NY 14650 © Eastman Kodak Company, 1995 Pt. No. 914 7695 Minor Revisions 7/97 CAT 8008633 Printed in U.S.A. 19
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