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Table of contents Preparations before taking pictures Loading the batteries ................. 2 AUTO-S flash mode ................. 25 Simple operating procedures Flash OFF mode .................... 28 Loading the film .................... 4 FILL-IN flash mode ................. 29 Taking pictures ..................... 7 MULTI flash mode ................. 31 Unloading the film .................. 13 Using the remote control .............. 33 Automatic flash activation Use of fillers ..............
Remove the battery cover on the Insert the batteries in the correct Preparations side of the grip. directions and replace the cover. before taking pictures Two 3V lithium batteries (DL123A/CR123A) Loading the batteries Be sure to the correct batteries, and do not mix new and old batteries at the same time. Remove the batteries and keep them in a safe place if you are not likely to use the camera for long time. 2
Note: After inserting the batteries the Set the power switch to ON and Battery power will be displayed in camera may activate electronically check the charge remaining in the the LCD panel. without having set the power switch batteries. When is displayed for 12 sec., to the ON position In this switch- the batteries are OK. ON status, the barrier opens and the When blinks, it indicates that LCD panel is indicated The LCD the battery power is low, and the panel will remain on for approximate- batt
To open the back, slide the back The camera back will open. Simple operating cover lock up. procedures Loading the film This camera is designed to use 35mm film with "DX" coding to automatically set film speed. If no "DX" film is available, use ISO-100 film. 4
Insert the film cartridge into the Make sure the film lies flat. Prepare a "DX" film cartridge. Your camera will automatically set camera. itself for DX-coded film speeds Always avoid direct sunlight when ranging from ISO 50 — 3200. (Refer loading the film. to Page 47.) In case of non DX film, film speed is automatically set to ISO 100. 5
Align the film leader with the red Close the camera back. mark. 6
Setting the power switch to ON, You can check the type of film in check that the exposure counter use through the window in the displays "1". back of the camera. If the film is not loaded properly, the exposure counter will not show "1" and a display as shown in the illus- Taking pictures tration will appear in the LCD panel In this case, reload the film correctly. When the power switch is on, the LCD panel lights. The LCD panel goes out after 4.5 minutes. Then the lens will zoom to the wide-an
Set the power switch to ON, which When the power switch is set to ON, While looking through the viewfinder, aim the camera at the will open the lens barrier. When the the barrier opens and the lens shifts subject you want to shoot. camera is not in use, always set the out to the wide angle shooting position. power switch to OFF so that the shutter cannot be activated by acci- dent and the lens barrier will be closed to protect the lens. 8
Operate the zoom button to adjust When the T side of the zoom button When the W side of the zoom button the lens until you see the image you is pressed, the lens will zoom to the is pressed, the lens will zoom to the want. telephoto side. wide-angle side. (In the telephoto position. the maxi- (In the wide-angle position, the mum focal length of the lens is minimum focal length of the lens is 38mm.) 80mm.) 9
Adjust the focus to position your Press the shutter release button light- As this camera has the multi subject within the multi autofocus ly and confirm that the autofocus autofocus system built-in, correct indicator "AF" (green) lights in the focus is assured even in a composi- frame. The multi autofocus system will viewfinder. tion like this when your subject is not focus the camera on the closest The subject should be within the centered in the viewfinder. subject in the multi autofocus frame
The subject should normally be Shooting range: If the subject is closer than 0.6m positioned within the picture frame. Autofocus operates with the subject (2 ft), the "AF" indicator (green) blinks when the shutter is pressed However, if the subject is 0.6m (2 ft.) at a distance of 0.6m (2 ft) to (infinity). lightly to warn that the picture will from the camera, the actual image area is reduced and the subject probably be out of focus. should be positioned within the Note: the AF indicator may no
out of focus. Correct and incorrect ways to aim The shutter can still be released the camera: Be careful not to touch the lens or flash. When using a even if the AF indicator blinks. shoulder strap, be careful that the strap does not obstruct the lens or flash. When the lens needs to be cleaned, wipe it softly with lens cleaner and lens cleaning tissue. 12
As soon as your finger is removed, Gently press the shutter release the film automatically advances to button. If you press the button too the next frame. quickly, the camera may shake, As the film advances one frame, the causing blurred pictures. exposure counter advances to the next frame number. Unloading the film 13
If you want to rewind the film before When you reach the end of a roll specified for the film (24 or 36), as the end of the roll, push the rewind of film, it is automatically rewound. you may get 25 shots on a 24 You will hear the motor operating exposure roll. button using the lip of a ball point pen or other device having a small and the exposure counter will count back until it reads "E". round lip. Do not use any device The final reading of the exposure having a sharp pointed tip. counter pr
When rewinding is complete, the Remove the film from the camera. sound of the motor operating will stop and "E" will blink in the LCD panel. Open the camera back. Once the rewinding is finished, the camera back must be opened before any other operations are possible. 15
If there is insufficient light, the Press the shutter release button fully flash indicator (orange) will light to take a picture. when the shutter release button is While the flash is being charged, pressed lightly. If a picture-taking the flash indicator (orange) may situation is likely to result in the Red- not light and the flash may not fire. eye phenomenon," S" will blink It takes about 0.2 — 3.5 seconds Automatic flash in the viewfinder. Switch to the after the film is advanced to charge
Flash working range: Color negative film will give you excellent pictures in this shooting range because it offers the widest exposure latitude, compensating for over and underexposure more readily than other films. ISO WIDE (38mm) TELE (80mm) 100 0.6m-4.1m(2ft-13.5ft) 0.6m-2.9m (2ft-9.5ft) 400 0.6m-8.2m (2ft-26.9ft) 0.6m-5.8m(2ft-19ft) In the continuous shooting mode ISO WIDE (38mm) TELE (80mm) 100 0.6m-2.9m (2ft-9.5ft) 0.6m-2m (2ft-6.6ft) 400 0.6m-5.8m(2ft-19ft) 0.6m-4m (2ft-l3.1 f t ) 17
If you are taking backlighted sub- jects, the flash indicator (orange) will light when the shutter release is depressed to tell you that the flash will fire automatically. Make sure to place the main part of Automatic flash your subject in the multi autofocus activation frame. (2) Taking backlighted subjects 18
Pressing the "SUBJECT" button. Advanced set the mode to "SPOT". shooting "SPOT" will appear in the LCD techniques panel. Spot metering This mode should be used when there exists an obstacle in front of the image in the multi auto- focus frame or if the focus- ing object is out of the multi autofocus frame. This mode can also be used in situations where uneven lighting conditions exist. 19
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