FujiFilm 320 IXZ user manual

User manual for the device FujiFilm 320 IXZ

Device: FujiFilm 320 IXZ
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Date of adding : 2013-03-11 15:33:11
Number of pages: 32
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23-69
Owner’s Manual
CERTIFIED PHOTOFINISHING SERVICE
l Have your film processed by a Photo Finisher which displays the above sign.
l Different Photo Finishers may provide different services.
Consult them for details of their services.
The “CE” mark certifies that this product satisfies the require-
ments of the EU (European Union) regarding safety, public
health, environment and consumer protection. (“CE” is the
abbreviation of Conformite Euroeepnne.)
This product conforms with Directive 89/33

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CONTENTS FEATURES FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Thank you for purchasing our product. Read and under- PART NAMES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 stand the following manual to insure correct use. ATTACHING THE STRAP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4  Auto Focus 23–69mm Zoom LOADING THE BATTERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4  Simple and error-free Drop-In Loading SETTING THE DATE . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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(Refer to the illustrations while you read this manual) PART NAMES q !0 !9 @6 !1 @0 @7 !2 w @8 @1 e @9 !3 r @2 !4 #0 t @3 !5 #1 y @4 !6 #2 u @5 !7 i o !8 Liquid Crystal Display q AE Window !9 Self-timer Mode Sign w Flash @0 Landscape Mode Sign e Viewfinder Window @1 Back Light Compensation/Flash Off Mode Sign r AF (Auto focus) Light Emitter Window @2 Red-eye Reduction Flash Mode Sign t Red-eye Reduction/Self-timer Lamp @3 Date Display (Type of Film Cartridge/Camera ISO y Fujinon Lens Displ

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ATTACHING THE STRAP Attach the strap as illustrated. Fig. 1 [ When using a commercial strap, check the strength and other properties of the strap. Because straps for cellular telephones, PHS, etc. are for light devices, be especially careful when using them. LOADING THE BATTERY Lithium battery to be used: CR123A/DL 123A or Fig. 2 equivalent (one) Open the Battery Compartment and insert (one) 3V Lithium battery. [ Be sure to reset the date when replacing battery. [ Do not load the cartridge bef

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[ When inserting battery, lens may move if camera is in the on position. This is a normal occurrence, not a problem. Once the power is on, you can check the battery Fig. 3 capacity display on the LCD. q on : Battery capacity is insufficient; provide a q new battery. w blink: Shutter release will not trip because the battery has no charge; change the battery. w 5

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SETTING THE DATE (YEAR : MONTH : DAY/HOUR : MINUTE) q Press the DATE Button for more than 2 seconds, until the year number blinks. Fig. 4 w Press the SET Button and adjust the numbers that blink. e Press the SEL. Button to select the position of the blinking sign year month day hour minute order, and adjust each figure using the SET Button. Adjustable items are as follows. Year : ’99 - ’30 (1999 - 2030) Month : 1 - 12 Day : 1 - 31 Hour : 0 - 23 Minute : 00 - 59 r After adjusting the yea

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SELECTING THE DATE MODE Fig. 5 With the Advanced Photo System The date (year:month:day / hour:minute) can be printed on the front and back of the print. Front printing can be seen when inserted in an album and back printing is convenient for cataloging. [ Changes, such as eliminating the date, are possi- ble when reprinting (Some photo-finishers may not support this feature). [ With some backgrounds, the date display on the front may be difficult to see. 7

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AB C ED Each time the DATE Button is pressed, the date for- Fig. 6 mat changes in sequence. A Year-Month-Day B Month-Day-Year C Day-Month-Year D Hour-Minute E No print The indicated mode is recorded when the picture is taken, and printed on the front and back of the print when printed. [ Some Print Service shops may not support Front printing. [ Nothing will be printed on the print when the “- - -” mark is displayed. 8

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TURNING THE POWER ON/OFF When the slide cover is opened by sliding it fully in Fig. 7 the arrow direction, the power is turned on, the flash lamp pops up, the lens advances, and the camera enters the "Ready-to-Shoot" state. When the slide cover is closed, the power is turned off. [ When turning on the power, do not press the lens with your finger. The camera may malfunction. [ If the camera is not operated in the “Shoot” state for 5 minutes, the power is automatically turned off. If the slide

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LOADING THE FILM CARTRIDGE Fig. 8 With the Advanced Photo System 1 IX240 Cartridge film is used. 2 [ Do not load the cartridge before inserting the bat- tery. 3 [ Confirm that the i and j signs on the film car- tridge are white. Cartridges in which the k and 4 l signs are white cannot be used. (Optical Double Exposure Prevention.) (1 unexposed 2 partial 3 exposed 4 processed) After closing the slide cover, (q)move the Film Fig. 9 Cartridge Compartment Cover Release Knob in the q arrow direction

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(w) Turn the camera over and drop in the film car- Fig. 10 e tridge. (e) Close the Film Cartridge Compartment Cover. w [ Do not apply unnecessary force to the Film Cartridge Compartment Cover. When the Film Cartridge Compartment Cover is Fig. 11 A B closed, the film is automatically advanced and “H” is displayed on the LCD. While the film is being advanced to the first frame, the film type and speed are displayed. (A: Type of Film Cartridge) (B: Film speed) Type of Film Cartridge Color Negativ

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SELECTING THE PRINT FORMAT Fig. 12 With the Advanced Photo System The style of print required can be selected from amongst C, H and P. Use the Format Selector to select the required print style. [ The print format can also be changed when mak- ing reprints, however the field of view remains the same. A C Print (2:3) Fig. 13 B H Print (9:16) C P Print (1:3) A ( ) represents the aspect ratio. ( A : Parallax correction mark) AB C 12

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A: Viewfinder Fig. 14 B: Print finishing l With taking close-up picture When pictures are taken at distances closer than A about 1.5m, the information within the range shown above is not printed. [ When taking close ups, the area seen through the viewfinder and the area actually photographed will be different. (Because the viewfinder and the lens are in different locations.) The parallax cor- rection mark is the criteria for the difference AB between the area seen through the viewfinder and the

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TAKING PICTURES Hold the camera firmly with both hands. Fig. 16 When holding vertically, keep the flash lamp upward. [ Be careful not to block the camera lens, flash and AE and AF Windows with your finger or strap. The subject will not be focused correctly. If you want to increase the size of the subject, slide Fig. 17 the zoom lever to the right s for a telephoto shot. If you want a wider field of view, slide the zoom lever to the left t for a wide-angle shot. 14

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Aim at the subject so that it fills the whole AF frame. Fig. 18 ( A : AF (Autofocus) frame) A When the shutter release button is pressed halfway Fig. 19 and the AF lamp (green) turns on, focusing is com- plete. When the shutter trips, the flash fires and the film advances to the next frame. [ While the shutter release button is pressed halfway, the film speed and type of film is indicat- ed in the LCD. [ When the camera is brought within about 1m of the subject, the AF lamp will blink to warn yo

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l In dark places, photos should be taken within the follow- ing flash lamp ranges. Effective Flash Lamp Ranges Film speed Wide angle (23mm) Telephoto (69mm) ISO 100 1.0 - 2.5 1.0 - 1.7 ISO 200 1.0 - 3.5 1.0 - 2.5 ISO 400 1.0 - 5.0 1.0 - 3.5 (Using color negative film; units; m) l In the following cases, the camera may not be able to focus on the subject. Such subjects must be shot using the “Auto- Focus” lock or “Landscape Mode”. (refer to Fig. 20-22 and 32) q A bright light source such as the s

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USING THE AUTO-FOCUS LOCK In the composition shown above, the AF frame is off Fig. 20 the subject (in this case, the people). In this state, the Lens will not focus on the subject. Move the camera slightly so that the subject is inside Fig. 21 the AF frame. 17

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Press the Shutter Release Button halfway down (AF Fig. 22 lock) without moving the camera and confirm that the AF lamp (Green) lights. While holding the Shutter Release Button halfway down to keep the Auto-Focus lock on, move the camera back to the original position to recompose your picture, then press the Shutter Release Button all the way down to take picture. [ The Auto-Focus lock operation can be repeated any number of times before the shutter trips. UNLOADING THE FILM CARTRIDGE When the la

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After “B” sign appears in the Exposure Counter and Fig. 24 the motor stops, move the Film Cartridge Compartment Cover Release Knob in the arrow direction, open the Film Cartridge Compartment Cover, and take out the cartridge. [ Confirm the “B” sign in the Exposure Counter before opening the Film Cartridge Compartment Cover. Otherwise, camera trouble or accidental exposure of the film may occur. [ Do not apply unnecessary force to the Film Cartridge Compartment Cover. 19

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FILM CARTRIDGE MID-ROLL CHANGE FUNCTION When taking out the cartridge in mid-roll, turn on the Fig. 25 power, by opening the Slide Cover, and then rewind the film by pressing the MRC (Mid-Roll Change) Button. When “B” is displayed on the Exposure Counter and the motor stops, take out the cartridge. Confirm that j 2 sign on the cartridge is white. [ If the MRC button is pressed when the power is 2 off, the film may not be rewound. Turn on the power before rewinding the film. 20


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