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Getting to Know Your Camera 3 2 1 4 5 8 6 7 2
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Contents Need Help with Your Camera? ....................................................... 5 Camera Identification ..................................................................... 6 Specifications ................................................................................. 7 Attaching the Camera Strap ........................................................... 8 Loading the Batteries ..................................................................... 8 Loading the Film ............
Need Help with Your Camera? Call: Kodak (USA only) toll free from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Eastern time) Monday through Friday at 1 (800) 242-2424. Kodak (Canada only) from 8:30 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. Visit our web site at http://www.kodak.com For warranty purposes, please keep your sales receipt as proof of the date of purchase. © Eastman Kodak Company, 1997 5
Camera Identification (see inside front cover for diagrams) 1 Shutter Button 10 Viewfinder Eyepiece 2 Picture Counter 11 Flash-Ready Lamp 3 Viewfinder 12 Battery-Door Latch 4 Flash 13 Film-Rewind Switch 5 Flash Sensor 14 Film-Guide Rails 6 Lens 15 Film Chamber 7 Lens-Cover Switch 16 Film Door 8 Strap Post 17 Film Window 9 Film-Door Latch 6
Specifications Type: 35 mm fixed-focus, easy-load camera Lens: 29 mm, f/5.6 hybrid Flash Unit: KODAK SENSALITE ™ Flash with automatic power down to conserve battery power Viewfinder: Reverse-Galilean Shutter Speed: Fixed at 1/125 second Aperture: f/5.6 for flash/daylight Film Speed: DX (ISO) 100, 200, or 400 print film Focus Range: Daylight: 4 ft (1.2 m) to infinity Power Source: 2 AA-size alkaline batteries Dimensions: 5.4 x 2.7 x 1.7 in. (136.3 x 68.7 x 43.9 mm) Weight: 6.2 oz (176 g) 7
Attaching the Loading the Batteries Camera Strap This camera uses 2 AA-size alkaline batteries. Thread the short loop of the strap 1. Load the batteries as shown. under the STRAP POST (8). Put the 2. Replace both batteries with fresh long loop through the short loop and alkaline batteries when the FLASH- pull it tight. READY LAMP (11) takes more than 30 seconds to come on. 8 +
Auto Power Off Battery Tips This camera automatically turns off • Close lens cover to conserve after approximately 3 minutes to battery power. conserve battery power. To awake • Remember to keep spare batteries the camera, press the shutter button with you at all times. partway down. • Read and follow all warnings and instructions supplied by the battery manufacturer. • Keep batteries away from children. • Do not try to take apart, recharge or short circuit the batteries, or subject them to high
2. Insert the film leader into the slot Loading the Film in the back of the camera between the FILM-GUIDE If in sunlight, turn your back to the RAILS (14). sun and load the film in the shade of your body. 1. Slide the FILM-DOOR LATCH (9) in the direction of the arrow to open the FILM DOOR (16). FILM-GUIDE RAILS 10
3. Push the film cartridge down into 4. Close the film door and check the the FILM CHAMBER (15) until it fits FILM WINDOW (17) (you should see securely into place. Do not force the film information through the it into the film chamber. window). When you close the safety-interlocked film door and after you start to advance the film, you cannot open the film door until the film is completely rewound into the film cartridge. 11 GA24 100/21
5. Slide the LENS-COVER SWITCH (7) Taking Pictures completely open to start the auto- film advance and to uncover the 1. Slide the LENS-COVER SWITCH (7) LENS (6). The PICTURE completely open to uncover the COUNTER (2) will automatically LENS (6) and to turn the advance to frame “1,” and camera on. beginning at frame 4 every fourth exposure will show. 12
2. For a sharp picture stand at least 4. Hold the camera steady and 4 ft (1.2 m) from your subject. gently press the SHUTTER BUTTON (1) to take the picture. 4 ft. After you take the picture, the film (1.2m) automatically advances to the next picture. Be careful not to cover the flash and picture- taking lens with your fingers. 5. Close the lens cover when you are done taking pictures. 3. Look through the VIEWFINDER EYEPIECE (10) to see your subject. VIEWFINDER 13
Tips for Better Pictures • Add interest to your picture by framing it with a tree branch, a • Keep your pictures simple. Move window, or even the rails of a close enough to your subject so it fence. fills the viewfinder but not closer • Keep the sun behind you. This than 4 ft (1.2 m). provides the best subject • Take pictures at the subject’s level. illumination. Kneel down to take pictures of children and pets. • Hold your camera vertically to capture tall, narrow subjects, such as a waterfall,
3. Keep the subject within the Taking Flash Pictures distance range for the speed of film in your camera. Don’t take In dim light, such as indoors or pictures beyond the maximum outdoors in heavy shade or on dark distance or your pictures will overcast days, you need flash. Your be dark. camera features an automatic flash that fires when you need it. ISO Film Flash-to-Subject 1. Slide the LENS-COVER SWITCH (7) Speed Distance completely open to uncover the 100 4 to 9 ft (1.2 to 2.8 m) LENS (6) an
Wait until the motor stops Unloading the Film before you open the film door. 2. Open the FILM DOOR (16) and The film will not advance when you reach the end of the roll. You must remove the film. rewind the film before you can Using Mid-Roll Rewind open the film door. If you don’t want to take pictures on 1. Slide the FILM-REWIND SWITCH (13) the entire roll of film, you can rewind in until it latches and remains in the film manually by following steps the locked position to start the 1 and 2 (se
Troubleshooting What happened Probable cause Solution Camera will Lens cover closed Open the lens cover completely not operate Batteries improperly Insert batteries as shown loaded in camera on battery door Flash not ready Wait for the flash-ready lamp to glow Film needs to be See Unloading the Film rewound/removed Film does not Batteries weak, dead, Replace or reload batteries as advance or missing, or improperly shown on battery door rewind inserted 17
What happened Probable cause Solution Shutter button cannot No film in camera Load film into the camera be released Lens cover closed Open the lens cover completely Film-door latch does Film is not rewound into Complete taking pictures or not open the cartridge completely press the film-rewind switch Flash-ready lamp Flash not turned on Open the lens cover completely fails to glow within 30 seconds Batteries weak, dead, Replace or reload batteries or improperly loaded as shown on battery door in
Consumer Imaging EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY Rochester, NY 14650 © Eastman Kodak Company, 1997 5-97 Pt. No. 916 8253 Kodak and Sensalite are trademarks. Printed in U.S.A. 19
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