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(Written by Josey Paul, Streamkeeper volunteer, 7/20/2000)
Simplified instructions for the Pentax IQZoom105WR (with date)
The IQZoom105WR is easy and fun to use. This is a Class 5 weather-resistant camera, which
means you can drop it in the surf, wash the dirt and salt off under a faucet and it will be fine. It is
not waterproof. It is not an underwater camera, but you can shoot it all day in the rain. It is fully
automated and has a 38mm to 105 mm
CAMERA USE Advanced shooting techniques: This camera will take fine photographs almost every time with nothing more than a point-and- shoot strategy. The camera will tell you if it sees a potential problem. The trick is to press the shutter release lightly before you take a shot. When you do so, the green LED next to the eyehole will either blink or shine steadily. If it blinks, the camera is having trouble with the focus. If the red LED blinks, the flash is not yet fully charged f
CAMERA USE The Flash Button (lower left button) is the most complicated and the most useful. In normal setting, the flash and exposure controls are automatic. Press this button once, and you will see a flash symbol. This means the flash will pop no matter what the lighting conditions. You might use this when your subject is shaded and in front of a bright background. Press the button again, and you will see a moon symbol (for slow shutter speed) and a no-flash symbol. This me
CAMERA USE 3. Insert the new battery with the + and – sides matching the indications in the battery compartment (Fig. 2). Close the battery chamber cover (Fig. 3). 4. If the battery is correctly loaded, the zoom lens will move slightly and the motor will operate for a few seconds. 5. When you turn the camera back on, the date section of the LCD display (see diagram at right) will display a series of dashes: “- - - - - -“. Reinstate the date function to month- day-year mode by pressing
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