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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
21 LEFT Getting to Know Your Camera 4 3 2 1 5 6 11 10 7 8 9 3 GHT ANGL
FT ANGEL 21 22 12 13 23 20 24 14 25 28 27 26 19 18 17 16 15 4 12 RIGHT ANGEL
Contents Need Help with Your Camera? ....................................................... 6 Camera Identification ..................................................................... 7 Specifications ................................................................................. 8 Attaching the Camera Strap ........................................................... 9 Loading the Batteries ..................................................................... 9 Loading the Film ............
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 http://www.kodak.com For warranty purposes, please keep your sales receipt as proof of the date of purchase. © Eastman Kodak Company, 1997 6
Camera Identification (see inside front cover for diagrams) 1 Shutter Button 16 Tripod Socket 2 Mode-Selector Button 17 Film-Guide Rails 3 Film-Rewind Button 18 Film Chamber 4 LCD Panel 19 Film Door 5 Flash 20 Film Window 6 Viewfinder LCD Panel 7 Lens 21 Frame Counter 8 Lens-Cover Switch 22 Auto-Flash Symbol 9 Strap Post 23 Fill-Flash Symbol 10 Self-Timer/Red-Eye-Reduction Lamp 24 Flash-Off Symbol 11 Flash Sensor 25 Self-Timer Symbol 12 Film-Door Latch 26 Film-Presence Indicator 13 Viewfinder Ey
Specifications Type: 35 mm fixed-focus, easy-load camera Lens: 29 mm, f/5.6 hybrid Flash Unit: KODAK SENSALITE ™ Flash with automatic power down to conserve battery power Viewfinder: Reverse-Galilean Aperture: f/5.6 Shutter Speed: Programmed Film Speed: DX (ISO) 100, 200, or 400 print film Focus Range: Daylight: 4 ft (1.2 m) to infinity Power Source: 2 AA-size alkaline batteries Dimensions: 5.4 x 2.7 x 1.7 in (136.3 x 68.7 x 44 mm) Weight: Approx. 6.5 oz (185 g) 8
21 LEFT ANGLE Attaching the Loading the Batteries Camera Strap This camera uses 2 AA-size alkaline batteries. Thread the short loop of the strap 1. Slide the BATTERY-DOOR LATCH (15) under the STRAP POST (9). Put the in the direction of the arrow and long loop through the short loop and lift up to open the door. pull it tight. 2. Load the batteries in the battery chamber. 3. Snap the battery door closed. 9 21 RIGHT +
Low-Battery Indicator Battery Tips It’s time to replace the batteries • Remember to keep spare batteries when— with you at all times. • the BATTERY SYMBOL (28) “blinks” • Read and follow all warnings and on the LCD PANEL (4) or instructions supplied by the battery manufacturer. • the camera repeatedly fails to take a picture or • Keep batteries away from children. • the FLASH-READY LIGHT (14) flashes • Do not try to take apart, recharge longer than 15 seconds. or short circuit the batteries, or
2. Insert the film leader into the slot Loading the Film in the back of the camera between the FILM-GUIDE If in sunlight, turn your back to the RAILS (17). sun and load the film in the shade of your body. 1. Slide the FILM-DOOR LATCH (12) in the direction of the arrow to open the FILM DOOR (19). FILM-GUIDE RAILS 11
3. Push the film cartridge down into 4. Close the film door to start the the FILM CHAMBER (18) until it fits auto-film advance. The LCD securely into place. Do not force PANEL (4) will show the first it into the film chamber. exposure, and you will see the film information in the FILM WINDOW (20). When you close the safety-interlock film door, you cannot open the film door until the film is completely rewound into the film cartridge. 12 GA24 100/21
21 LEFT ANGLE 21 LEFT ANGLE 5. Slide the LENS-COVER SWITCH (8) Taking Pictures completely open to uncover the LENS (7) and to turn the 1. Slide the LENS-COVER SWITCH (8) camera on. completely open to uncover the LENS (7) and to turn the camera on. 13 21 RIGHT ANGLE 21 RIGHT ANGLE
21 LEFT ANGLE 2. For a sharp picture stand at least 4. Hold the camera steady and 4 ft (1.2 m) from your subject. gently press the SHUTTER BUTTON (1) to take the picture. 4 ft. After you take the picture, the film (1.2m) automatically advances to the next picture. Be careful not to cover the flash and picture- taking lens with your fingers. 5. Close the lens cover when you are done 3. Look through taking the VIEWFINDER pictures. EYEPIECE (13) to see your subject. VIEWFINDER 14 21 RIGHT ANGLE
Tips for Better Pictures • Add interest to your picture by framing it with a tree branch, a • Keep your pictures simple. Move window, or even the rails of a close enough to your subject so it fence. fills the viewfinder but not closer • Keep the sun behind you. This than 4 ft (1.2 m). provides the best subject • Take pictures at the subject’s level. illumination. Kneel down to take pictures of children and pets. • Hold your camera vertically to capture tall, narrow subjects, such as a waterfall,
3. Keep the subject within the Taking Flash Pictures distance range for the speed of film in your camera. Don’t take In dim light, such as indoors or pictures beyond the maximum outdoors in heavy shade or on dark distance or your pictures will overcast days, you need flash. Your be dark. camera features an automatic flash that fires when you need it. ISO Film Flash-to-Subject 1. Slide the LENS-COVER SWITCH (8) Speed Distance completely open to uncover the 100 4 to 9 ft (1.2 to 2.8 m) LENS (7) an
Press the MODE-SELECTOR BUTTON (2) Selecting the Flash until the desired indicator appears on Modes and Self-timer the LCD PANEL (4). Besides the auto-flash mode, you can select manual fill flash, flash off, auto-flash with self-timer, nighttime- view with flash, or nighttime- view with flash off. Only the manual fill-flash and flash-off modes will remain selected after you take the picture. To cancel these selections, turn the camera off or press the mode-selector button to return to the auto-f
Manual Fill Flash Flash Off Bright light indoors or outdoors from When you do not want to use the backlit subjects can create dark flash, especially indoors where flash shadows (especially on faces) in is prohibited, such as in theaters and high-contrast scenes. Use the fill- museums, or in dim lighting flash feature to lighten these situations, use the flash-off feature. shadows. Use a tripod or place the camera on another firm support because the 1. Press the MODE-SELECTOR shutter speed will m
Nighttime-View Mode 2. Press and hold the SHUTTER BUTTON (1) for 12 seconds with Flash without lifting your finger. In this mode, the camera balances NOTE: If you remove your finger the flash and existing light exposure from the shutter button before so you can take beautiful pictures of 12 seconds, the shutter will time out people at sunset or at night. Use a immediately. tripod or place the camera on another firm support because the 3. Release the shutter button after shutter speed will most l
Nighttime-View Mode 2. Press and hold the SHUTTER BUTTON (1) for 12 seconds without Flash without lifting your finger. In this mode, you can capture the NOTE: If you remove your finger natural existing light of city-night from the shutter button before scenes or fireworks at night. Use a 12 seconds, the shutter will time tripod or place the camera on out immediately. another firm support because the shutter speed will most likely be 3. Release the shutter button after slow, and use ISO 400-speed
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