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T50 Auto/T60 Auto-Focus
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
Rochester, NY 14650
© Eastman Kodak Company, 2002
Pt. No. 20230097
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
KODAK ADVANTIX T50 Auto/T60 Auto-Focus Camera NEED HELP WITH YOUR CAMERA OR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ADVANCED PHOTO SYSTEM? Visit our Web site at http://www.kodak.com (for US) or http://www.kodak.ca (for Canada) or call: Kodak (US 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. Have you
CONTENTS Flash/camera-ready-lamp indicator .................................... 19 CAMERA IDENTIFICATION .................... 3 Auto flash ...................................... 20 CAMERA FEATURES ............................ 6 Fill flash ........................................ 20 ATTACHING THE STRAP ....................... 8 Flash off ........................................ 20 LOADING THE BATTERIES .................... 9 Nightview with or without flash ....... 21 Low-battery indicator ......
CAMERA IDENTIFICATION 3 1 shutter button 2 self-timer bulb 4 3 lens cover/flash 2 4 print-format switch 1 5 meter-cell window 5 6 viewfinder 7 AF sensors 6 (model T60 AF) 8 lens 7 9 strap post 10 film-door lever 10 8 9 3
12 13 14 11 11 LCD panel 15 12 film-rewind button 13 self-timer button 14 viewfinder eyepiece 16 15 flash/camera-ready- lamp indicator 16 MODE button 17 film chamber 18 tripod socket 20 19 film door 20 battery door 17 19 18 4
21 22 23 24 21 auto-flash symbol 22 fill-flash symbol 23 flash-off symbol 24 nightview symbol AUTO 25 mode-selector arrow 25 26 self-timer indicator 27 film-presence indicator 28 film-motion indicator 26 29 battery symbol 30 picture counter 30 29 28 27 5
Flip Flash CAMERA FEATURES The extension of the flash Three Print Formats helps to reduce red eyes in Choose from 3 picture sizes: flash pictures and hand Classic (C), Group/HDTV (H), obstruction in front of the flash. or Panoramic (P). The masking inside the viewfinder changes to Easy, Drop-in Loading match each format selection. Easy, drop-in loading is fast and virtually error-free. The Double Exposure Protection (DEP) camera uses KODAK ADVANTIX You don’t need to worry about Film. The
Safety-locked Film Door Film Status Indicator (FSI) The safety interlock on the film An indicator advances from door prevents the door from one symbol to another to opening before the film is identify the status of the film completely rewound. inside the cassette. Unexposed Look for this logo to be certain that the film you buy is made for this camera. Partially exposed Look for this logo to select Fully exposed a certified photofinisher for Processed negatives developing your film and to as
ATTACHING THE STRAP NOTE: You can use the knob on the clasp of the camera Thread the strap’s shorter looped strap to actuate the buttons on end under the strap post (9). Pull the camera. the longer end through the shorter loop and pull it tight. 8
LOADING THE BATTERIES 1. Open the battery door (20). 2. Insert the batteries into This camera uses 2 AAA-size alkaline batteries that supply the chamber. power for all camera operations. 3. Close the battery door. NOTE: Insert the batteries before you load the film. NOTE: Before you remove the old batteries, close the lens cover/ flash (3) to turn off the camera. When you replace batteries with film in the camera, replace them within 30 seconds or else the picture counter resets to 1. 9
Low-battery indicator Battery tips Dispose of batteries according Replace the batteries when the to local and national regulations. battery symbol (29) appears in the LCD panel (11). Keep spare batteries with you at all times. NOTE: Before you remove the old Keep batteries away from batteries, close the lens cover/ children. flash (3) to turn off the camera. When you replace batteries with Store the batteries in their film in the camera, replace them original packaging prior to use. with
CAUTION: Do not put the WARNING: In the unlikely event that battery fluid leaks onto your batteries in your pocket or in a container that contains coins or skin, rinse immediately with plenty of water. For additional metal objects. If the batteries touch the metal objects, they information, contact Kodak Health, Safety and Environment may short circuit, discharge energy, become hot, or leak. Information in the U.S. at 1-585- 722-5151. Customers outside the CAUTION: Do not try to take U.S. can co
LOADING THE FILM You can load film with the camera Power shutdown on or off. To conserve battery power, the NOTE: Insert the batteries before camera automatically goes to you load the film. sleep after 4 minutes of nonuse. 1. Push the film-door lever (10) To wake up the camera, take a to open the film door (19). picture or close and reopen the lens cover. Turn off the camera when it is not in use to further extend the battery life. 12
1 4 2 3 2. Insert the film cassette completely 3. Close the film door to start the into the film chamber (17). automatic film advance. Make sure the Film Status The picture counter (30) in Indicator (FSI) on the film the LCD panel (11) displays “1.” cassette is at (#1 position) After you close the safety- for a new cassette. interlocked film door, you Do not force the film cassette cannot open the door until into the film chamber. the film is completely rewound into the film cassette.
TAKING PICTURES 1. Open the lens cover/flash (3) to raise the flash and to turn You can take Classic (C), Group/ on the camera. HDTV (H)*, and Panoramic (P) pictures on the same film cassette. Your photofinishing costs are based on the format used. * High Definition Television (HDTV) prints are the same aspect ratio as the TV for CD interface capabilities. 14
2. Slide the print-format switch (4) P to C, H, or P. The viewfinder changes to show the selected H picture size. C Typical print sizes (formats) CH P Classic Group (HDTV) Panoramic 3.5 x 5 in. or 4 x 6 in. 3.5 x 6 or 4 x 7 in. 3.5 x 8.5 in. to 4 x 11.5 in. (88.9 x 127 mm or (88.9 x 152 mm or (88.9 x 216 mm to 102 x 152 mm) 102 x 178 mm) 102 x 292.7 mm) NOTE: Your photofinisher generally provides 4 x 6, 4 x 7, and 4 x 11.5 in. (102 x 152, 102 x 178, and 102 x 292.7 mm) sizes. Some local printers
3. Frame your subject within the 4. Press the Shutter button (1) viewfinder eyepiece (14). to take the picture. Model T60 AF (Auto Focus): For a sharp picture, stand at least 2.6 ft (0.8 m) from your subject. Model T50 AUTO: For a sharp picture, stand at least 3.3 ft (1.0 m) from your subject. 16 CP H
Using the focus lock 3. With your finger still on the (model T60 AF) shutter button, move the camera until your subject is The T60 AF (Auto Focus) camera where you want it within the focuses on the subject that appears viewfinder eyepiece. in the center of the viewfinder eyepiece. To focus on the subject positioned outside of the center, use the focus lock as follows: 1. Place the center of the viewfinder eyepiece (14) on the subject that you want 4. Completely press the shutter focused in the p
Tips for better pictures Hold your camera vertically to Hold your camera steady capture tall, narrow subjects, by keeping your elbows close such as a waterfall, to your body when you press skyscraper, or a person. the shutter button to avoid Add interest to your picture by blurry pictures. framing it with a tree branch, Keep your pictures simple. a window, or even the rails of Move close enough to your a fence. subject so that it fills the viewfinder Stand at an angle to shiny but not
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