Kodak KC50/55 user manual

User manual for the device Kodak KC50/55

Device: Kodak KC50/55
Size: 0,22 MB
Date of adding : 2014-06-22 15:20:16
Number of pages: 29
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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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Getting to Know Your Camera 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 7 11 10 8 9 9 3 Auto

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14 16 12 13 15 24 17 23 18 20 22 21 19 4 OK NO! Uses FILM

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Contents Need Help with Your Camera? .................................................. 6 Camera Identification ................................................................ 7 Specifications ............................................................................ 8 Loading the Batteries ................................................................. 9 Loading the Film ....................................................................... 10 Taking a Picture ............................

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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 www.kodak.com. For warranty purposes, please keep your sales receipt as proof of the date of purchase. © Eastman Kodak Company, 1997 6

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Camera Identification (see inside front cover for diagrams) 1 13 Shutter Button Viewfinder Eyepiece 14 2 Flash Sensor Flash- /Camera-Ready Light 3 15 Picture Counter Sprocket Teeth 4 16 Viewfinder Film Window 5 17 Flash Film Door 18 6 Red-Eye-Reduction Lamp Film-Load Mark 7 19 Flash Switch Battery-Door Latch 20 8 Lens Take-Up Spool 9 21 Len-Cover Switch Film-Rewind Switch 10 22 Camera Strap Film Chamber 11 23 Auto-Focus Windows Film-Door Latch 12 24 Film Spindle DX-Code Sensors 7

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Specifications Type: Compact 35 mm auto-focus camera Lens: 29 mm, 3-element hybrid Viewfinder: Reverse-Galilean Aperture: f/5.6 Focus Range: Daylight: 4 ft. (1.2 m) to infinity Flash Unit: Electronic flash with ISO 100/21°, guide number of 7.5 m; flash automatically turns on at low-light levels Flash Recycle Time: Approximately 5 sec with fresh batteries Power Source: 2 AA-size alkaline batteries Dimensions: 4.7 x 2.6 x 1.7 in. (120.4 x 65.2 x 43.7 mm) Weight: 6 oz. (170 g) without film and batt

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Low-Battery Warning Loading the Batteries It’s time to replace the batteries This camera uses 2 AA-size when— alkaline batteries. • the flash- /camera-ready light takes more than 30 seconds to turn on. • the camera motor slows down or will not run. • the film will not advance. Auto Power Off This camera automatically turns off after approximately 2 minutes to conserve battery power if it is not used. 9

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2. Insert the film into the FILM Loading the Film 22 CHAMBER . Place the flat, If in sunlight, turn your back to recessed end of the film over the sun and load the film in the 12 the FILM SPINDLE . Push shade of your body. the other end of the film 1. Slide the FILM-DOOR down into the film chamber 23 LATCH down; then open until it snaps into place. 17 the FILM DOOR . 10

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3. Pull out just enough film to Lay the film flat between the place the end of the film at film-guide rails. 18 the FILM-LOAD MARK . (Be sure the end of the film If the end of the film extends is at the film-load mark or past the film-load mark, gently you may not get any push the excess back into the pictures). film cartridge. FILM LOAD MARK FILM-GUIDE RAILS 11

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4. Snap the film door closed. 5. Slide the LENS-COVER 9 You should be able to read SWITCH to uncover the 8 the film information in the LENS and turn the 16 FILM WINDOW . camera on. CAUTION: Do not open the film door if you have film loaded in the camera. 12 Auto

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6. Press the SHUTTER NOTE: Because of limited 1 BUTTON three times space on the picture counter, so that the PICTURE dots stand for frames 2 and 3. 3 COUNTER moves Beginning at frame 4, only even to “1.” numbers show. 13

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2. For a sharp picture, be at Taking a Picture least 4 ft (1.2 m) from your 1. Slide the LENS-COVER subject in daylight and when 9 SWITCH open until it using flash. locks into place. The camera 4 ft. will not work if the lens cover (1.2m) is not completely open. 3. Look through the VIEWFINDER 13 EYEPIECE to see your subject. VIEWFINDER 14 Auto

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4. Hold the camera steady and gently press the SHUTTER 1 BUTTON to take a picture. Wait for the FLASH- 14 /CAMERA-READY LIGHT to turn “on” before you take the picture. The flash automatically fires when you take a picture (see TAKING FLASH PICTURES). Do not 5. The film automatically block the lens or flash with advances so you can take your fingers, strap, or any your next picture. other object. 15

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AUTO-FOCUS Using the Focus Lock BRACKETS This camera automatically focuses on whatever is within the auto-focus frame of the veiwfinder eyepiece. If you want to take a picture with the VIEWFINDER subject positioned outside of the auto-focus frame, use the 2. Partially depress and hold the 1 focus lock as follow: SHUTTER BUTTON to lock the focus position. 1. Place the auto-focus frame on the subject that you want focused in the picture. 16

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3. While still partially 4. Press the shutter button depressing the shutter button completely down to take the move the camera until your picture. subject is where you want it. AUTO-FOCUS BRACKETS VIEWFINDER 17

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1. Slide the LENS-COVER Taking Flash Pictures 9 SWITCH open to turn the camera on. In dim light, such as indoors or 2. When the FLASH- /CAMERA- outdoors in heavy shade, or on 14 dark overcast days, you need READY LIGHT turns “on”, you are ready to take flash. Your camera features an automatic flash that fires when the picture. you need it. 3. Keep the subject within the distance range for the speed ISO Film Speed Flash-to-Subject Distance 100 4 to 9 ft (1.2 to 2.8 m) 200 4 to 13 ft (1.2 to

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of the film in your camera. indoors, or in dim lighting Do not block the flash or situations, use flash off. lens with your fingers, strap, 1. Slide the LENS-COVER or any other object. 9 SWITCH open. Using Fill Flash and Flash Off 7 2. Push the FLASH SWITCH Fill Flash—Bright light indoors to either the fill flash or flash or outdoors from backlit off mode and hold into subjects can create dark position shadows (especially on faces) in without contrasty scenes. Use fill flash lifting your to ligh

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6 REDUCTION LAMP stays 3. While still pressing the on as long as the shutter desired flash mode, press the 1 SHUTTER BUTTON to button is partially depressed. take a picture. 2. Have your subject look Using Red-Eye-Reduction directly at the red-eye- reduction lamp for a few To minimize red-eye in flash seconds before you take the pictures of people, use the red- picture. eye-reduction feature. Whenever the flash is needed, 3. If you choose not to use red- the red-eye-reduction will eye-reduction,

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