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Kodak KE30 35 mm Camera NEED HELP WITH YOUR CAMERA? Visit our Web sites at http://www.kodak.com (for US) or http://www.kodak.ca (for Canada) or call: Kodak (USA 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, please have your camera available. For warranty purposes, please
CONTENTS SELF-TIMER ..................................... 15 CAMERA IDENTIFICATION .............. 3 UNLOADING THE FILM .................... 17 Using mid-roll rewind ................... 17 ATTACHING THE STRAP ................. 4 CARING FOR YOUR CAMERA ........ 18 LOADING THE BATTERIES ............. 4 Low-batteries warning .................. 5 TROUBLESHOOTING ...................... 19 Auto power off ............................. 5 SPECIFICATIONS ............................ 21 Battery tips .......
11 LENS-COVER SWITCH CAMERA IDENTIFICATION 12 STRAP POST Unfold cover flaps of manual 13 FILM-DOOR LATCH to view camera diagrams. 14 VIEWFINDER EYEPIECE 1 SHUTTER BUTTON 15 FLASH-READY LIGHT 2 PICTURE COUNTER 16 SELF-TIMER SWITCH 3 VIEWFINDER 17 FILM-DOOR-LOCK INDICATOR 4 VIEWFINDER LIGHT DIFFUSER 18 TRIPOD SOCKET 5 FLASH 19 FILM-REWIND SWITCH 6 SELF-TIMER BULB / 20 BATTERY DOOR RED-EYE-REDUCTION BULB 21 FILM-GUIDE RAILS 7 LIGHT SENSOR 22 FILM CHAMBER 8 FLASH-OFF BUTTON 23 FILM DOOR 9 FILL-FLASH
ATTACHING THE STRAP LOADING THE BATTERIES 1. Insert one end of the This camera uses 2 AAA-size alkaline strap under the STRAP 1.5 V KODAK K3A (or equivalent) POST (12) and pull Batteries. it through. 1. Open the BATTERY DOOR (20). 2. Thread the longer • Before you remove the old end of the strap batteries, turn off through the the camera shorter loop. by sliding the LENS-COVER 3. Pull the strap tight. SWITCH (11) to the off position. 4
Low-batteries warning 2. Insert the batteries into It is time to replace the the chamber batteries when — as shown. • the FLASH-READY LIGHT (15) takes 3. Snap the longer than 30 seconds to turn on. battery door • the camera motor slows down or closed. will not run. • the film will not advance. 5
Battery tips • Dispose of batteries according to local and national regulations. Auto power off • Keep spare batteries with you This camera automatically turns off at all times. after approximately 4 minutes to • Read and follow all warnings and conserve the life of the batteries. To instructions supplied by awaken the camera, close and open the battery manufacturer. the LENS COVER (11) . • Keep batteries away • Close the lens cover when the from children. camera is not used for an • Do
• Store batteries in their original LOADING THE FILM packaging prior to use. If in sunlight, turn your back to the • Remove batteries from the camera sun and load the film in the shade of when the camera is not going to your body. The unique easy load be used for an extended length of time. feature of this camera makes • In the unlikely event that battery film loading simple. fluid leaks onto your skin, contact 1. Slide the FILM-DOOR LATCH (13) Kodak Health, Safety and in the direction Envir
2. Insert the film leader into the slot in 3. Push the film cartridge down into the back of the camera between the FILM CHAMBER (22) until it fits the FILM-GUIDE RAILS (21). securely into place. • Do not force it into the film chamber. FILM-GUIDE RAILS NOTE: Do not pull additional film out of the cartridge. You can use 4. Close the film door and check the the film just as it comes out of the FILM WINDOW (24). film carton. 8
0 1 4 • The film window displays the film 5. Slide the LENS-COVER SWITCH (11) information and the FILM-DOOR- completely open to LOCK INDICATOR (17) changes start the automatic from black to amber to indicate film advance. the film door is locked and that • If the lens cover is the film is correctly loaded in already open, the the camera. film advance starts automatically. • The PICTURE COUNTER (2) automatically • After you close the safety inter- advances to locked film door and start to ad- f
3. Look through the TAKING PICTURES VIEWFINDER 1. Slide the LENS-COVER SWITCH (11) EYEPIECE (14) completely open to to see your uncover the subject. LENS (10) and 4. Hold the camera steady and gently to turn on press the the camera. SHUTTER 2. For a sharp picture, BUTTON (1) stand at least 4 ft to take (1.2 m) from your subject. the picture. • After you take 4 ft the picture, the (1.2 m) film automatically advances to the next picture. 5. Close the lens cover when you are done taking pictures.
Tips for better pictures • Add interest to your picture by framing it with a tree branch, a • To avoid blurry pictures, hold your window, or even the rails of camera steady by keeping your a fence. elbows close to your body when you press the shutter button. • Keep the sun behind you. This provides the best subject • Stand close enough to your illumination. subject so that it fills the viewfinder but not closer than 4 ft (1.2 m). • Keep your hand, fingers, or objects away from the flash and pict
3. Keep the subject within the TAKING FLASH PICTURES distance range for the speed of In dim light, such as indoors or film in your camera. outdoors in heavy shade, or on dark overcast days, you need flash. This ISO film Flash-to-subject camera features an automatic flash speed distance that fires when you need it. 100 4 to 12 ft (1.2 to 3.7 m) 1. Slide the LENS-COVER SWITCH (11) completely open to uncover the 200 4 to 17 ft (1.2 to 5.2 m) LENS (10) and to turn on the camera. 400 4 to 23 ft (1.2
4. Hold the camera steady and gently • To prevent battery drain, turn off press the SHUTTER BUTTON (1) to the flash by closing the lens take the picture. cover when you are done taking pictures. 4 – 12 ft (1.2 – 3.7 m) Beyond Safe Range 12 ft Picture 100-speed film will be dark 4 – 17 ft (1.2 – 5.2 m) Beyond Safe Range 17 ft Picture 200-speed film will be dark 4 – 23 ft (1.2 – 7.0 m) Beyond 23 ft Safe Range Picture 400-speed film will be dark 13
Using fill flash 1. Slide the LENS-COVER SWITCH (11) and flash off completely open to uncover the LENS (10) and to turn on the camera. Fill flash — When bright light indoors or outdoors comes from behind the 2. Press either the FILL-FLASH subject (backlighting), dark shadows BUTTON (9) or FLASH-OFF (especially on faces) may occur. Use BUTTON (8) and hold in position fill flash to lighten these shadows. without lifting your finger. Flash off — When you do not want to use the flash, especially in
3. While still pressing the desired 3. Have your subject look directly at flash mode, press the SHUTTER the red-eye-reduction bulb. BUTTON (1) to take the picture. 4. Press the shutter button com- pletely down to take the picture. Using red-eye reduction Some people’s eyes (and some pets’) SELF-TIMER can reflect flash with a red glow. To minimize red eye in flash or fill- Use this feature when you want to flash pictures, use the red-eye- include yourself in the pictures. reduction feature. 1. At
3. Look through the VIEWFINDER 5. Hold the camera steady and gently EYEPIECE (14) to compose the press the SHUTTER BUTTON (1) to picture and to allow room for start the timer. yourself in it. 6. Position yourself in the composed picture making sure that you see 4. Slide the SELF-TIMER SWITCH (16) the SELF-TIMER BULB (6) completely. into the locked position. NOTE: If you do not see the entire bulb, you may not be in the picture. • The self-timer bulb on the front of the camera glows and then blin
2. Open the FILM DOOR (23) to remove UNLOADING THE FILM film and reload with fresh The film will not automatically KODAK Film. advance when you reach the end of the roll. You must rewind the film Using mid-roll rewind before you open the film door. If you do not want to take pictures on 1. Slide the FILM-REWIND SWITCH (19) the entire roll of film, you can rewind until it latches to start the in mid-roll by following steps 1 and 2 motorized film rewind. of UNLOADING THE FILM. NOTE: You cannot re
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