Kodak C800/C850 user manual

User manual for the device Kodak C800/C850

Device: Kodak C800/C850
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Date of adding : 2013-03-20 15:19:56
Number of pages: 114
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Camera Identification
C800/C850 Zoom
Consumer Imaging
Rochester, NY 14650
© Eastman Kodak Company, 2000
Unfold the front and back flaps of this manual for easy reference to the camera’s parts.
Pt. No. 919 7344
Printed in U.S.A. Unfold the front and back flaps of this manual for easy reference to the camera’s parts.

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Camera Identification LCD Panel 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 (13) interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, (14) including interference that may cause undesired operation. (29) (30) (25) (26) (27) (28) (31) (12) NOTE: Your model camera has been tested and found to comply with the limits (15) for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC

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KODAK ADVANTIX C800/C850 Zoom Camera NEED HELP WITH YOUR CAMERA OR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ADVANCED PHOTO SYSTEM? Go to our Web site at http://www.kodak.com (for US) or http:/www.kodak.ca (for Canada) or call: Kodak (US only) from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Eastern time) Monday through Friday at 1-800-242-2424. Kodak (Canada only) from 8:00 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. When you call, ple

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ADVANCED PHOTO SYSTEM FEATURES AVAILABLE WITH Flip Flash Plus THIS CAMERA  This smart-flash system automatically adjusts to provide the right light in any Print Quantity Selection situation.  You can select before you take the – Flip flash moves the flash away picture the number of prints (0-9) that from the lens to reduce redeye. you want from the photofinisher. This – Automatically turns on for dimly service is dependent on the lit scenes. photofinishers capability. – Long flash range delive

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Mid-Roll Change (MRC) Easy, Drop-in Loading  You can remove your film in mid-roll  Easy, drop-in loading is fast and and later reload it and continue virtually error-free, eliminating blank taking pictures. MRC lets you: rolls and double exposures. The camera uses KODAK ADVANTIX – share a family camera in which Film. The film cassette, unlike the the members use their own roll traditional 35 mm cartridge, of film, becomes the carrier and storage – switch between color and container for the pr

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Auto flash without CONTENTS red-eye reduction .................... 19 CAMERA IDENTIFICATION ................ 5 Fill flash ........................................... 19 Flash off.......................................... 20 GETTING STARTED ........................... 6 Setting the language ......................... 6 SELECTING THE SPECIAL Date and time imprinting .................. 7 OPTION MODES ........................... 20 Date formats .............................. 7 Infinity-focus mode....

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2. Press and hold the TITLE BUTTON (43) GETTING STARTED with the control- After you load the battery (see button actuator LOADING THE BATTERY on page 9), on the camera it is important that you set the language strap for TITLE PRINT DATE SELECT (5 options available) and the date approximately and time on the camera before you 4 seconds until take pictures. “ENGLISH” appears on the Setting the language LCD panel. English is initially set into the memory of  When you this camera, but you can chang

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4. Press the ENTER BUTTON (39) to Date Format complete your selection. English month, day, year  The LCD panel displays “LANGUAGE IS ” followed by the German day, month, year selected language. French day, month, year Spanish day, month, year Japanese year, month, day TITLE PRINT DATE SELECT ENTER Setting the date and time You can record the date in a choice of three formats: (year/month/day, Date and time imprinting month/day/year, or day/month/year) Traditional cameras print date and/or an

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3. Press the SELECT BUTTON (40) to ATTACHING THE STRAP activate the “blinking digits” of the 1. Insert the selected date or time format. shorter looped 4. Move the ZOOM-DIAL LEVER (1) to the end of the right or left to increase or decrease strap behind the the number or press the select button STRAP POST (10). to increase the number. 2. Thread the 5. Press the ENTER BUTTON (39) to store longer end of the information and to actuate the next the strap “blinking digits” (follow steps 4 through thro

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Low-battery indicator LOADING THE BATTERY It’s time to replace the battery when — This camera uses one 3-volt lithium KODAK K123LA (or equivalent) Battery  the BATTERY SYMBOL (26) “blinks” and that supplies power for all camera the “BATTERY LOW” message operations. appears on the LCD panel or 1. Open the BATTERY  none of the indicators, except for DOOR (11) by using steady battery symbol, appear on the your finger tip. LCD panel and the shutter button  Before you remove cannot be released. th

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 In the unlikely event that battery fluid Battery tips leaks inside the camera, U.S. customers  Dispose of batteries according to can contact the Kodak Information local and national regulations. Center (KIC) at 1-800-242-2424.  Keep a spare battery with you at Customers outside the U.S. can all times. contact their local Kodak Customer Service representative.  Read and follow all warnings and instructions supplied by the battery manufacturer.  Keep batteries away from children. Power shut-

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 The film door opens only when the DIOPTER ADJUSTMENT film chamber is empty or the film in Use the diopter adjustment to customize the camera is completely rewound the viewfinder for your eyesight. into the film cassette. See UNLOADING THE FILM on page 29. 1. Point the camera at a well lit plain wall or clear blue sky. 2. While looking through the VIEWFINDER EYEPIECE (14), turn the DIOPTER DIAL (12) until the spot-focus circle appears sharp. LOADING THE FILM 2. Insert the film cassette complet

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 Do not force the film cassette into the film chamber. 3. Close the film door to start the auto- film advance. The FRAME COUNTER (24) on the LCD PANEL (15) shows the number of pictures remaining on the film cassette. 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 photo lab for developing your film and to assure that you get all the features of the Advanced Photo System. 12

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2. Repeatedly press the PRINT-FORMAT TAKING PICTURES BUTTON (4) to select C, H, or P format. You can take Classic (C), Group/HDTV (H)*, The viewfinder changes to show the and Panoramic (P) pictures on the same selected field of view. film cassette. See the table on page 14 for Typical print sizes (formats). Your photo-processing cost may be based on C H the format size(s) that you use to expose the film. 1. Completely lift up the LENS COVER/ FLASH (3) to uncover the LENS (8) P and to turn on the

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4. Partially press down the SHUTTER Typical print sizes (formats) BUTTON (2) until the FLASH/CAMERA- CH P READY LAMP (13) turns green and Classic Group (HDTV) Panoramic “READY” appears on the LCD PANEL (15). 3.5 x 5" or 4 x 6" 3.5 x 6" or 4 x 7"3.5 x 8.5" to 4 x 11.5" Fully press down the shutter button to take the picture. (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) NOTE: Your photo lab will generally provide 4 x 6, 4 x 7 , and 4 x 11.5 in.

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Tips for better pictures USING THE ZOOM LENS  Move close enough to your subject so This camera has a motorized-zoom lens it fills the viewfinder but not closer that lets you select the ideal lens-focal than 2 ft (0.6 m). length for taking pictures. When you turn  Take pictures at the subject’s level. the camera on, it is initially set to the wide- Kneel down to take pictures of children angle position. and pets. 1. Completely lift up the LENS COVER/  Hold your camera vertically to capture FLA

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4. Press the SHUTTER BUTTON (2) TAKING FLASH PICTURES halfway down. In dim light, such as indoors or outdoors  When the subject is close to the in heavy shade, or on dark overcast camera, the masking in the days, you need flash. Your camera has viewfinder automatically adjusts an automatic flash that fires when you for close-ups. need it. The special Flip-Flash Plus C H system of this camera shortens the flash duration in close-up pictures. This enhances your flash pictures and helps to conserv

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1. Completely lift up the LENS COVER/ Flash-to-subject distance FLASH (3) to uncover the LENS (8) ISO and to turn on the camera. Film Wide Tele 2. Keep the subject within the Speed (27 mm) (80 mm) recommended distance range for the 50 2 to 10 ft 2 to 7 ft speed of film in your camera. Do not (0.6 to 3.1 m) (0.6 to 2.1 m) take pictures beyond the maximum 100 2 to 15 ft 2 to 10 ft distance or your pictures will be dark. (0.6 to 4.6 m) (0.6 to 3.0 m) 3. Partially press down the SHUTTER 200 2 t

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Red-eye reduction SELECTING OTHER Some people’s eyes (and some pets’) FLASH MODES can reflect flash with a red glow. The Besides the auto flash with red-eye- extended flash and the red-eye- reduction mode, which is the initial reduction light on the camera help to default setting of the camera, you can minimize red eyes in flash pictures. See select auto flash without red-eye Tips for better pictures on page 15 for reduction, fill flash, or flash off. Repeat- information on how you can reduce re

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