Kodak NY 14650 user manual

User manual for the device Kodak NY 14650

Device: Kodak NY 14650
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Date of adding : 2014-06-22 15:20:16
Number of pages: 106
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This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
follow-ing two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interfer-
35 mm Camera ence 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 interfer

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11 4 10 31 Camera Identification 30 27 3 5 12 29 28 32 2 13 1 33 14 AUTO AUTO 34 6 26 25 22 24 23 21 15 7 38 35 20 16 17 37 8 18 36 19 9

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Kodak KE60 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

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CONTENTS FLASH MODES ................................ 18 Flash off ....................................... 18 CAMERA IDENTIFICATION ................ 3 Fill flash ....................................... 19 ATTACHING THE STRAP ................. 4 Nightview with flash ..................... 19 LOADING THE BATTERY ................. 5 Nightview without flash ................. 20 Low-battery indicator .................... 6 Selecting the flash modes ............ 20 Auto power off ......................

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LCD Panel ATTACHING THE STRAP 28 FRAME COUNTER 1. Insert one end of the 29 NIGHTVIEW SYMBOL strap under the 30 FILL-FLASH SYMBOL STRAP POST (9) and 31 FLASH-OFF SYMBOL pull it through. 32 PORTRAIT SYMBOL 2. Thread the longer 33 BATTERY SYMBOL end of the strap 34 SELF-TIMER SYMBOL through the 35 INFINITY-FOCUS SYMBOL shorter loop. 36 AUTO-FOCUS INDICATOR 3. Pull the strap tight. 37 AUTO-FLASH INDICATOR 38 FILM-MOTION INDICATOR 4

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2. Insert the battery into the LOADING THE BATTERY chamber as shown. This camera uses one 3-volt lithium 3. Snap the KODAK K123LA (or equivalent) battery Battery that supplies power for all door camera operations. closed. 1. Open the BATTERY DOOR (22).  Before you remove the old battery, turn off the camera. 5

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Low-battery indicator It is time to replace the battery when—  the BATTERY SYMBOL (33) appears Auto power off on the LCD PANEL (14). This camera automatically turns off  none of the indicators appear on after approximately 4 minutes to the LCD panel and the SHUTTER conserve the battery life. To awaken BUTTON (1) cannot be released. the camera, press the ON/OFF BUTTON (21).  Turn the camera off when the camera is not going to be used for an extended length of time. 6

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Battery tips  Remove the battery from the camera when the camera is not  Dispose of the battery according to going to be used for an extended local and national regulations. length of time.  Keep spare batteries with you at all  In the unlikely event that battery times. fluid leaks onto your skin, contact  Read and follow all warnings Kodak Health, Safety and and instructions supplied by the Environment Information at battery manufacturer. 1-716-722-5151 in the U.S.  Keep batteries a

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REMBO- BINAGE ATTACHING THE Using the LCD backlight LCD LABEL This camera features an LCD panel backlight for easy viewing and use in English text references for the LCD low-light or nighttime settings. control buttons are printed below the LCD PANEL (14). You can replace the 1. Press the ON/OFF BUTTON (21) to English text for Chinese, Arabic, Thai, uncover the LENS (8) and to turn on Polish, French, the camera. Spanish, Portuguese, or Russian with one of the eight supplied labels. Simply remov

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2. Press the LCD BACKLIGHT LOADING THE FILM BUTTON (19) to turn on the light. If in sunlight, turn your back to the sun and load the film in the shade of your body. The unique Easyload feature of this camera makes film loading simple. 1. Slide the FILM-DOOR LATCH (10) in the direction of the arrow to open the FILM DOOR (26).  The backlight automatically turns off in approximately 20 seconds or you can manually turn off the light by repressing the LCD backlight button. 9 OPEN Exposure Focus Tim

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2. Place the film cartridge completely 3. Insert the film leader into the into the FILM CHAMBER (25). film slot between the FILM-GUIDE RAILS (23). FILM-GUIDE RAILS NOTE: You should be able to use the film just as it comes out of the film carton without pulling additional film out of the cartridge. 10

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4. Rotate the cartridge completely to 5. Close the FILM DOOR (26) to start the right to lay the film flat. the automatic film advance.  The LCD PANEL (14) shows the first exposure.  The FILM-PRESENCE INDICATOR (13) turns amber to indicate there is film in the camera. 11 EASYLOAD GA24 100/21°

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TAKING PICTURES 2. For a sharp picture, stand at least 1.5 ft (0.5 m) from your subject. 1. Press the ON/OFF BUTTON (21) to uncover the LENS (8) and to turn 1.5 ft on the camera. (0.5 m) ON/OFF 3. Look through the VIEWFINDER EYEPIECE (11) to see your subject. 12 EASYLOAD

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Using the focus lock 4. Hold the camera steady and gently press the SHUTTER BUTTON (1) to This camera automatically focuses on take the picture. the subject that is within the auto-focus  After you take the picture, the circle of the viewfinder. If you want to film automatically advances to take a picture with the subject the next positioned outside the auto-focus picture. circle, follow these instructions. AUTO-FOCUS 5. Turn off 1. Place the auto- CIRCLE the focus circle camera on the whe

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2. Press the SHUTTER BUTTON (1) Tips for better pictures halfway down to lock the focus.  To avoid blurry pictures, hold your camera steady by keeping your 3. While still pressing the shutter elbows close to your body when button, move the camera until your you press the shutter button. subject is where you want it within the VIEWFINDER EYEPIECE (11).  Stand close enough to your subject so it fills the viewfinder but not closer than 1.5 ft (0.5 m).  Take pictures at the subject’s level. Kneel

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AUTO  Add interest to your picture by TAKING FLASH framing it with a tree branch, a PICTURES window, or even the rails of a fence. In dim light, such as indoors or  Keep the sun behind you. This outdoors in heavy shade, or on dark provides the best subject overcast days, you need flash. This illumination. camera features an automatic flash  Keep your hand, fingers, or objects that fires when you need it. away from the flash and picture- ON/OFF BUTTON (21) to 1. Press the taking lens. uncover

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2. Wait for the FLASH-READY LIGHT (12) ISO film Flash-to-subject and the AUTO-FLASH INDICATOR (37) speed distance on the LCD PANEL (14) to 100 1.5 to 12 ft (0.5 to 3.7 m) stop blinking. 200 1.5 to 17 ft (0.5 to 5.2 m) 400 1.5 to 23 ft (0.5 to 7.0 m) 800 1.5 to 28 ft (0.5 to 8.5 m)  Don’t take pictures beyond the maximum distance or your pictures will be dark. 3. Keep the subject within the distance range for the speed of film in your camera. 16

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4. Hold the camera steady and gently 2. Partially depress the SHUTTER press the SHUTTER BUTTON (1) BUTTON (1) to turn on the completely down to take RED-EYE-REDUCTION BULB (2). the picture. 3. Have your subject look directly at  To prevent battery drain, turn off the red-eye-reduction bulb. the camera by pressing the on/off 4. Press the shutter button completely button when you are done down to take the picture. taking pictures. Using the red-eye reduction Some people’s eyes (and some pets’) ca

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FLASH MODES Flash off When you do not want to use the Besides the auto-flash mode, which is the default setting of the camera, you flash, especially indoors where flash is prohibited or when you want to take can select flash off, fill flash, or nightview with or without flash. twilight scenes, distant subjects that are beyond the flash range, or to capture the ambiance of existing light, use the flash-off feature. Attach a tripod to the camera TRIPOD SOCKET (18) or place the camera on another fi

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