Kodak KD40 user manual

User manual for the device Kodak KD40

Device: Kodak KD40
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Date of adding : 2014-06-22 15:20:16
Number of pages: 31
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Equipment subject to minor appearance and specification changes.

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Camera Identification 2 3 4 1 5 6 7 8 9 13 12 11 10 2 MODE ON/OFF

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( ) P C Camera Identification 14 15 16 17 20 19 18 3

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P C ( ) 27 28 26 25 21 23 24 22 31 30 29 32 4 F I L M T I P

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Congratulations! And thank you for buying a KODAK Camera. Your new compact, 35 mm camera with motorized film advance and auto-film rewind, makes taking pictures easy. The camera uses any DX/DXN, 35 mm color or black-and-white print film with a speed of ISO 100, 200, 400, or 1000. For warranty purposes, please keep your sales receipt as proof of the date of purchase. 5 ENGLISH

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Contents Camera Identification ......................................................... 7 Specifications .................................................................... 8 Attaching the Camera Strap ............................................... 9 Loading the Battery ............................................................ 9 Loading The Film ............................................................. 11 Taking Pictures .................................................................

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Camera Identification 1 Shutter Button 14 Panoramic Switch LCD Panel 2 On/Off Button 15 Viewfinder 26 Self-Timer 3 LCD Panel Eyepiece Indicator 4 Mode-Selection 16 Film Window 27 Picture Counter Button 17 Battery Door 28 Infinity-Focus 5 Rewind Button 18 Strap Post Indicator 6 Self-Timer Button 19 Tripod Socket 29 Fill-Flash/Flash- 7 Viewfinder 20 Film Door Charging Indicator 8 Flash 21 Film-Load Mark 30 Flash-Off Indicator 9 Film-Door Latch 22 Film Take-Up 31 Battery Symbol 10 Lens Cover/Lens S

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Specifications Type: Compact, 35 mm camera LCD Panel: Display indicators for red-eye reduction, fill-flash/flash-charging, flash-off, infinity-focus, self-timer, and the frame number and battery symbol Lens: 28 mm, 3-element hybrid Viewfinder: Reverse-Galilean with panoramic masking in panoramic mode Film Speed: 2-step DX for ISO 100/200 and ISO 400/1000 Focus Range: Daylight: 1.2 m to infinity Flash Unit: Electronic with ISO 100/21˚, guide number of 8 m; flash automatically turns on at low-lig

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Attaching the Loading the Battery Camera Strap This camera uses a 3-volt lithium KODAK K123LA (or equivalent) Thread the short loop of the strap Battery that supplies power for all under the Strap Post (18); pull the camera operations. long loop through the short loop and pull it tight. NOTE: This camera automatically turns off after approximately 3 minutes to conserve battery energy. 9

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Battery Tips • Store batteries in their original packaging prior to use. • Keep a spare battery with you at all times. Lithium batteries Low-Battery Indicator perform consistently until It’s time to replace the battery they suddenly die. when— • Read and follow all warnings • the Battery and instructions supplied by the Symbol (31) battery manufacturer. appears on the LCD Panel (3). • Keep batteries away from • the battery children. symbol on the • Do not try to take apart, LCD panel recharge or

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2. Insert the flat end of the film Loading The Film cartridge over the Film If in sunlight, turn your back to Spindle (25). Push the other the sun and load the film in the end of the film cartridge down shade of your body. into the Film Chamber (24) until it snaps into place. 1. Slide the Film-Door Latch (9) Do not force it into the film down to open the chamber. Film Door (20). P ( ) C 11 F I L M T I P

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3. Pull out the film leader until If the end of the film extends the tip reaches the Film-Load past the film-load mark, Mark (21). Lay the film flat gently push the excess back between the film-guide rails. into the cartridge. P ( ) C 12 F I L M T I P

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4. Close the film door. The film NOTE: If the Picture Counter (27) automatically advances to the on the LCD Panel (3) blinks “0,” first frame and the LCD the film is not loaded correctly. Panel (3) displays “1.” Do not Open the film door and reload open the film door after you the film. start taking pictures or you will ruin the film. 13 P C MODE ON/OFF

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2. Hold the camera Taking Pictures steady. 1. Press the On/Off Button (2) Be careful not to turn the camera ON. to cover the flash or When you turn the camera lens with on, the lens cover your fingers. automatically opens. 3. Look through the Viewfinder Eyepiece (15) and ON/OFF frame your subject. For a sharp picture, stand at least 1.2 m from your subject. 14 MODE

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4. Gently press the Shutter Taking Panoramic Pictures Button (1) completely (without changing rolls of film, down to take the picture. you can switch between the The film automatically panoramic and normal formats) advances to the next frame. The panoramic selection allows you to take wide-angle shots, such as large groups, football and baseball fields, landscapes, tall ON/OFF buildings, waterfalls, etc. Note to Owners of the Quartz Date and Time Model: Date and time imprinting is not available

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1. Slide the Panoramic 2. Compose your picture within Switch (14) from normal to the the Viewfinder Eyepiece (15) panoramic position. The and press the Shutter Viewfinder (7) changes to Button (1). show the selected field of view. P C VIEWFINDER 3. Slide the panoramic switch down to return to the normal position. 16

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check the optional panoramic box Printing Panoramic on the photofinishing envelope. Format Pictures If you took panoramic pictures on the entire roll of film, ask the Using the Self-Timer processing-lab clerk to print the film When you want to include only in the panoramic format. If yourself in the picture, use the there are panoramic and normal self-timer feature. format pictures on the film, ask the clerk to print the film in both the 1. Use the Tripod Socket (19) to normal and panoramic form

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MODE 3. Press the Self-Timer approximately 10 seconds Button (6). The Self-Timer before the picture is taken. Indicator (26) appears on the After you take the picture, LCD Panel (3) and the Self- the self-timer automatically Timer Lamp (12) glows red. turns off. ON/OFF ( ) NOTE: If you want to stop the self- 4. Compose your picture and timer operation before the picture press the Shutter Button (1). is taken, repress the self-timer The self-timer lamp “blinks” button or turn the camera off. 18 M

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MODE Using the Infinity-Focus Mode ON/OFF To capture sharp, distant scenery, use the infinity-focus mode. ( ) 1. Press the On/Off Button (2) to turn the camera ON. 2. Press the Mode-Selection 3. Press the Shutter Button (1) to Button (4) to select infinity take the picture. focus. Make sure the Infinity- NOTE: The camera automatically Focus Indicator (28) appears returns to the auto-flash/start on the LCD Panel (3). position after you take the picture. 19

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Tips for Better Pictures • Add interest to your picture by framing it with a tree branch, a • Keep your pictures simple. window, or even the rails of a Move close enough to your fence. subject so it fills the viewfinder but not closer than 1.2 m. • Keep the sun behind you. This provides the best subject • Take pictures at the subject’s illumination. level. Kneel down to take pictures of children and pets. • Hold your camera vertically to capture tall, narrow subjects, such as a waterfall, skyscr

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