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1 Shutter button
2 Lens cover/flash
4 Self-timer lamp
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
8 Strap post
Rochester, NY 14650
© Eastman Kodak Company, 2001
Pt. No. 920 1195
Unfold front and back cover flaps of manual to view camera diagrams.
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Camera Identification LCD Panel 12 9 LCD panel 22 Date/time display 11 This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the follow- 10 10 Flash/camera- 23 24 25 23 Auto-flash indicator ing two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this 9 ready lamp 24 Fill-flash indicator 13 device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause 11 Viewfinder 25 Flash-off indicator undesired operation. eyepiece 26 Mode-sele
KODAK ADVANTIX T570 Auto-Focus Camera NEED HELP WITH YOUR CAMERA OR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ADVANCED PHOTO SYSTEM? Go to our web site at http://www.kodak.com 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. When you call, please have your camera available. For warranty purposes, please keep your sales receipt as proof of the date of purchase. 1 ENGLISH
TAKING PICTURES ............................. 18 CONTENTS Typical print sizes (formats) ............ 20 CAMERA FEATURES AND BENEFITS ... 3 Using the focus lock ........................ 21 GETTING ST ARTED ............................... 7 Tips for better pictures ..................... 22 Loading the battery .......................... 7 FLASH AND PICTURE- Date and time .................................. 8 T AKING OPTIONS ............................. 23 Setting the date ..........................
CAMERA FEATURES USING THE SELF-TIMER .................... 28 AND BENEFITS SETTING THE PRINT TITLE AND LANGUAGE .............................. 30 Three Print Formats Title-select list ............................... 32 Language-select list ...................... 33 You can take three different UNLOADING THE FILM ........................ 33 size pictures: Classic (C), Automatic rewind ........................... 33 Group/HDTV (H), and Manual rewind ............................... 35 Panoramic (P
Picture Quality Information (6 languages available) to print Exchange (PQix) on the back of the prints. See your photofinisher for a full This camera records vital description of the available scene data on the film’s services. magnetic information strip and communicates that information Flip Flash to the photo lab to optimize The extension of the flash lighting and color for better- helps to minimize red eyes in looking prints. flash pictures and prevents Date, Time, and Title Imprinting ha
Double Exposure Protection Easy, Drop-in Loading (DEP) Easy, drop-in loading is fast You don’t need to worry about and virtually error-free, accidentally re-exposing your eliminating blank rolls and film. Your camera reads the double exposures. The camera Film Status Indicator (FSI) on uses KODAK ADVANTIX Film. the film cassette to prevent re- The film cassette, unlike the exposure. traditional 35 mm cartridge, becomes the carrier and storage container for the processed film. 5
Look for this logo to be certain that the film you buy is made for this camera. Look for this logo to select a certified photofinisher for developing your film and to assure that you get all the features of the Advanced Photo System. Film Status Indicator (FSI) Unexposed A highlighted indicator advances from one symbol to Partially exposed another to identify the status of the film inside the cassette. Fully exposed Processed Negatives 6 1 2 4 3
Before you remove the old GETTING STARTED battery, close the lens Loading the battery cover/flash. This camera uses one 3V lithium 2. Insert the KODAK KCR2 (or equivalent) battery Battery that supplies power for all into the camera operations. chamber 1. Open the battery door (19). as shown. 3. Snap the battery door closed. After you load a new battery into the camera, you will need to reset the date and time. 7
Date and time 1. Completely lift up the Lens cover/flash (2) to raise the This camera has a quartz clock flash and to turn on the and automatic calendar through camera. the year 2040. It uses the film’s magnetic data-recording capabilityto record date and time information which your photo- finisher imprints on the back of your prints. Setting the date You can choose from three formats: month/day/year, day/month/year, or year/month/day. 8
2. Repeatedly press MENU (13) 3. Press ENTER (14) to set the until the blinking “date format” format. of your choice appears on the LCD panel (9). If the camera is already at this format, you can bypass The blinking “E” indicates this step. there is no film in the camera. 9
4. Press SELECT (18) to actuate 6. Press ENTER (14) to set the the setting for month. month and to actuate the setting for day. Press ENTER again if you want to end the selection. 7. Follow steps 4 and 5 to finish setting the date. Setting the time (hour/minutes) The camera has a 12-hour clock with PM display. 5. Repeatedly press and/or hold 1. Completely lift up the Lens SELECT to select the new cover/flash (2) to raise the number for month. flash and to turn on the camera. 10
2. Repeatedly press MENU (13) 5. Press ENTER (14) to set the until the time appears on the hour and to actuate the setting LCD panel (9). for minutes. 6. Follow steps 3 and 4 to finish setting the time. The camera automatically defaults to the date setting but you can view the time by pressing MENU. 3. Press SELECT (18) to actuate the setting for hour. 4. Repeatedly press and/or hold SELECT to select the new number for hour. 11
Attaching the camera strap 2. Thread the longer end of the strap through the shorter loop. 1. Insert the shorter looped end of the strap behind the Strap 3. Pull the strap tight. post (8). 12
CONTROL-BUTTON OTHER BATTERY ACTUATOR INFORMATION You can use the knob on the Low-battery indicator clasp of the camera strap to It’s time to replace the actuate the small control buttons battery when — on the camera. the Battery symbol (34) “blinks” on the LCD panel (9) or none of the indicators, except for a steady battery symbol, appears on the LCD panel and the Shutter button (1) cannot be operated. 13
Battery tips Store the battery in its original packaging prior to use. Dispose of battery according to local and national Do not use rechargeable regulations. batteries. Keep a spare battery with you Remove the battery from the at all times. camera when the camera is not going to be used for an Read and follow all warnings extended length of time. and instructions supplied by the battery manufacturer. In the unlikely event that battery fluid leaks onto your Keep batteries away fr
In the unlikely event that battery fluid leaks inside the camera, U.S. customers can Power shut-off contact the Kodak Information To conserve battery power, the Center (KIC) at 1-800-242-2424. camera automatically goes to Customers outside the U.S. sleep if it is not operated for more can contact their local Kodak than 2 ½ minutes. You can press Customer Service any of the control buttons, representative. except for the print-format switch, or close and reopen the Lens cover/flash (2) to awake
The safety interlocked film LOADING THE FILM door opens only when the You can load film into the camera film chamber is empty or the with the camera on or off. film in the camera is 1. Turn the camera upside down completely rewound into the and move the Film-door film cassette. switch (17) to open the Film 2. Insert the film cassette door (15). completely into the Film chamber (16). Make sure the Film Status Indicator (FSI) on the film cassette is at (#1 position) for a new cassette. 16
Do not force the film 3. Close the film door to start the cassette into the film automatic film advance. chamber. The Picture counter (35) on the LCD panel (9) shows the number of pictures remaining on the film. 17 3 2 4 1
TAKING PICTURES The ISO film speed briefly appears on the LCD panel You can take Classic (C), followed by the date. Group/HDTV (H)*, and 2. Frame your subject within the Panoramic (P) pictures on the same film cassette. Your photo- Viewfinder eyepiece (11). For a sharp picture, stand at least processing cost may be based on the format size(s) that you use to 1.3 ft (0.4 m) from your subject. expose the film. 1. Completely lift up the Lens cover/flash (2) to raise the flash and to turn on the c
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