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4700ix / 4800ix Zoom
Camera Identification (3) (4) (2) (1) (5) (6) (11) (7) (8) (9) (10) Unfold the front and back flaps of this manual for easy reference to the camera’s parts. 2
SELECT TEXT EXP LEFT MENU SELECT ENTER Camera Identification (12) (13) (14) (15) (22) (21) (20) (19) (18) (17) (16) 3
LCD Panel (25) (23) (24) SELECT TEXT EXP FILL OFF LEFT (31) (30) (29) (28) (26) (27) 4
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
KODAK ADVANTIX 4700ix/4800ix Zoom Camera Welcome to the innovative world of the Advanced Photo System! And thank you for buying this KODAK ADVANTIX Camera. Need Help with Your Camera? Call: Kodak (USA only) toll free from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Eastern time) Monday through Friday at 1 (800) 242-2424. Kodak (Canada only) from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Eastern time) Monday through Friday at 1 (800) 465-6325, ext. 36100; for the Toronto area, call (416) 766-8233, ext. 36100. Visit our web site at ht
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 identify the status of the film inside the cassette. Partially exposed Fully exposed Processed Negatives 7 1 2 4 3
Contents Camera Identification ............................ 9 Using the “SELFTIMER” ..................... 18 Attaching the Strap ............................. 10 Date and Time Imprinting .................... 18 Setting the Date and Time .............. 18 Loading the Battery ............................. 10 Date and Time Formats .................. 19 Low-Battery Indicator ...................... 11 Changing the Date and Time Battery Tips ..................................... 11 Formats ...........
Camera Identification (Unfold the front and back cover flaps of manual for camera diagrams.) 1 Zoom-Dial Lever 18 Enter Button 2 Shutter Button 19 Select Button 3 Lens Cover/Flash 20 Film-Rewind Button 4 Format-Selector Button 21 Menu Button 5 Viewfinder 22 Tripod Socket 6 Light Sensor 7 Lens LCD Panel 8 Self-Timer Lamp 23 Infinity-Focus Indicator 9 Auto-focus Windows 24 Battery Symbol 10 Strap Post 25 Text-Messaging Panel 11 Battery Door 26 Frame Counter 12 Viewfinder Eyepiece 27 Film-Presence
Attaching the Strap Loading the Battery 1. Insert the shorter This camera uses one looped end of the 3-volt lithium KODAK strap behind the K123LA (or equivalent) Strap Post (10). Battery that supplies power for all camera operations. 1. Open the Battery Door (11) by using your finger tip. • Before you remove 2. Thread the longer end the old battery, close of the strap through the lens cover/flash. the shorter loop. 2. Insert the battery 3. Pull the strap tight. into the chamber as shown. 3. Snap
Low-Battery Indicator Power Shut-Off It’s time to replace the battery when— To save battery power, the camera will automatically go into a sleep mode if it is • the Battery Symbol (24) “blinks” and the not operated for more than 60 seconds. “BATTERY LOW” message appears on You can press the shutter button, zoom the LCD panel or control, film-rewind, mode buttons or • none of the indicators, except for steady rewind button to awake the camera. battery symbol, appears on the LCD panel and the shut
2. Insert the film cassette completely into Loading the Film the Film Chamber (16). Make sure the You can load film into the camera with the Film Status Indicator (FSI) on the film lens cover/flash opened or closed. cassette is at l . • Do not force the film cassette into 1. Turn the camera upside down and the film chamber. slide the Film-Door Latch (17) to automatically open the Film Door (15). • The film door will open only when the film chamber is empty or the film in the camera is completely
C H P C H P 3. Frame your subject within the Taking Pictures Viewfinder Eyepiece (12). For a sharp You can take Classic (C), HDTV (H), and picture, stand at least 2.5 ft (0.8 m) Panoramic (P) pictures on the same film from your subject. cassette (see the following table for 4. Partially depress the Typical Print Sizes). Your photo- Shutter Button (2) processing cost will be based on the until the Flash/ format size(s) that you use Camera-Ready to expose the film. Lamp (13) turns 1. Lift the Lens
Using the Zoom Lens 3. Frame your subject within the Viewfinder Eyepiece (12). This camera has a motorized-zoom lens that lets you select the ideal lens-focal 4. Partially depress the Shutter Button (2) length for taking pictures. When you turn until the Flash/Camera-Ready the camera on, it is initially set to the Lamp (13) turns green. Fully depress wide-mode position. the shutter button to take the picture. • The lens barrel will automatically 1. Lift the Lens Cover/Flash (3) up to return to t
3. Keep the subject within the distance Taking Flash Pictures range for the speed of film in your In dim light, such as indoors or outdoors camera. Don’t take pictures beyond the in heavy shade, or on dark overcast days, maximum distance or your pictures will you need flash. Your camera features an be dark. automatic flash that fires when you need it. It also provides automatic daylight fill Flash-Lamp Signals flash under certain bright-light conditions Lamp Indicator Situation where shadows may
Flash-to-Subject Distance Selecting Flash Modes and ISO Infinity-Focus Mode Film Wide Tele Speed (30 mm) (60 mm) Besides the “AUTO FLASH” mode, you can select “FILL FLASH,” “INFINITY,” and 50 2.5 to 9 ft 2.5 to 8 ft “FLASH OFF.” (0.8 to 2.7 m) (0.8 to 2.4 m) Press the SELECT Button (19) until the 100 2.5 to 13 ft 2.5 to 11 ft (0.8 to 4 m) (0.8 to 3.4 m) desired indicator and corresponding text message appear on the LCD Panel (14). 200 2.5 to 18 ft 2.5 to 15 ft (0.8 to 5.5 m) (0.8 to 4.6 m)
“FILL FLASH” “FLASH OFF” OFF FILL Bright light indoors or outdoors from When you do not want to use the flash, backlit subjects can create dark shadows especially indoors where flash is (especially on faces) in high-contrast prohibited, such as in theaters and scenes. Use fill flash to lighten these museums, or when you want to take shadows. twilight scenes or distant subjects that are beyond the flash range, or capture the 1. Press the SELECT Button (19) until the ambiance of existing light, us
Using the Date and Time Imprinting “SELFTIMER” This camera has a quartz clock and automatic calendar through the You can include yourself in pictures year 2099. by using the self-timer feature. The Traditional cameras print date and/or time electronic self-timer will delay the information directly onto the film. Your release of the shutter button for camera uses the film’s magnetic data approximately 10 seconds after you strip to record date and time information press the shutter button. which y
3. Press the ENTER Button (18) to store Changing the Date and Time Formats the selected month and to activate the (mm, dd, yy/ dd, mm, yy/ yy, mm, dd and 12/24 next “blinking” date option (follow steps hour) 2 and 3 to complete your selection). 1. Repeatedly press the MENU • After you set the “date” or “time,” the Button (21) until the LCD Panel (14) LCD panel will display “DATE IS” or displays “SET DATE FORMAT.” “TIME IS” followed by the selected 2. Press the SELECT Button (19) to make date or
Using the “SET DISPLAY” Setting the Language This feature will allow you to view one of U.S. “ENGLISH” is initially set into the three display formats: memory of this camera or you can change the language to “DEUTSCH” for Example German, “FRANCAIS” for French, “SHOW DATE TIME:” 03/21/97 12:00 “ESPANOL” for Spanish or [Katakana] for “SHOW DATE/ISO:” 03/21/97 ISO 200 Japanese. “SHOW TIME/ISO:” ISO 200 12:00 1. Press and hold the MENU Button (21) for 4 seconds until the “blinking” 1. Repeatedly pre
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