Canon 1000の取扱説明書

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals INTRODUCTION the A-1's system accessories are integrated Congratulations! You are now the owner of into its pulse-controlled, digital computer the most exciting and advanced camera on system so that you can enjoy AE flash and the market. Canon has good reason to have motorized AE photography. In the A-1, unbounded confidence and pride in the A-1. Canon finally offers you a multifunctional Embodied in this camera are t

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals Focusing Index Mark with Depth-of-Field Scale Focusing Ring Mount Positioning Point “A” Mark Exposure Preview Switch AE Lock Pin Exposure Memory Aperture Ring Switch Stop-Down Lever Battery Chamber Cover/Finger Grip Viewfinder Display Lever Positioning Pin For Action Grip PC Socket Mounting Socket for Action Grip Battery Check Button AT Dial Guard AT Dial ASA Lock Button Exposure Compensation Main Switch Scale Battery Check

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals Numerals and Characters Composing TABLE OF CONTENTS Digital Readout in Viewfinder ................................. 54 Main Features ............................................................ 5 Incorrect Exposure Warnings ................................... 55 Pictorial Outline for General Use of Double-Check Before Shooting ............................... 57 the Camera ..................................................

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals MAIN FEATURES Quality from the Inside Out Canon has extended its use of computers The extraordinary qualities of the A-1 start and automation from automatic production with its design. It is the first camera in the of the main parts to at least partial world in which all information, both input automation in all facets of production and output, is in the form of pulse signals, including processing, assembly and in- enabling i

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals AE functions is also possible. the A-1 has two controls for wide-range Shutter priority AE is especially useful exposure compensation. These are the in action photography, aperture priority AE exposure compensation dial for stepped in still photography. The programmed AE exposure correction between ±2 f/stops and mode, in which the camera controls both an exposure memory switch for temporary aperture and shutter speed for c

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals Wide Metering Range detachable action grip, its 120°-stroke film With its extensive film sensitivity range advance lever with a 30 stand-off, its eyepiece shutter and its shutter button lock (ASA 6-12800) and 16 shutter speeds (1/1000-30 sec.), the A-1 offers a wide AE (main switch). metering range from EV18 (f/16, 1/1000 sec.) all the way down to EV-2 (f/1.4, 8 sec.) The System with ASA 100 film and an f/1.4 speed lens.

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals Load the battery. Turn the main switch to the Load the film and advance “A” position and check the it to the first frame. 11 22 33 11 22 33 power level. PICTORIAL OUTLINE FOR GENERAL USE OF THE CAMERA Look into the viewfinder. Check the exposure. Compose the picture and focus. 7 777 8 88 8 Flashes to indicate overexposure Out of Focus In Focus Flashes to indicate underexposure

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals Set the ASA film speed. Set the aperture ring of the Select the AE mode. lens to the “A” mark (for (Turn the AT dial). 4 44 4 5 55 5 6 66 6 AE photography). Press the shutter Advance the film to the next Rewind the film after all frames are exposed. button gently. frame. 99 99 11 11 11 11 10 10 110 0

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals SETTING THE CAMERA FOR THE FIVE AE MODES AND MANUAL OVERRIDE Shutter Priority AE Aperture Priority AE Programmed AE 1. Make sure the lens aperture 1. Make sure the aperture ring 1. Make sure the aperture ring ring is set to the “A” mark. of the lens is set to the “A” of the lens is set to the “A” 2. Switch the AE mode selec- mark. mark. tor to TV. 2. Switch the AE mode selec- 2. Switch the AE mode selec- 3. Select a shutter

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals Stopped-down AE AE Flash Manual Override 1. Disengage the lens aperture 1. Insert the Speedlite 1. Disengage the lens aperture ring from the “A” mark 577G's or 533G's sensor ring from the “A” mark (necessary only on FD lens). unit or the 199A, 188A, (necessary only on FD lens). 2. Fold and push in the stop- 177A, 155A or 133A into 2. Switch the AE mode selec- down lever. the A-1's accessory shoe. tor to TV. 3. Set the apert

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals Eyecup 4S PRELIMINARY PREPARATIONS This is an accessory eyecup which snaps into the eyepiece grooves. Its use is not mandatory, but viewing with it may be more Neckstrap comfortable, and it helps block extraneous Thread the tips of the neckstrap through the light from entering the viewfinder. corresponding rings on the camera so that the tips are on the inside. Then adjust the Action Grip neckstrap to the length most

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals Semi-hard Case HANDLING THE LENS To protect the camera, particularly when carrying, it, insert it into its semi-hard case as indicated in the photo A. You can Lens Cap and Rear Dust Cap easily shoot pictures even with the camera in The front and rear lens caps should always the semi-hard case by turning the top cover be on the lens when the lens is not on the down. If you wish to remove the top cover, camera. For protect

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals Positioning Pin Automatic Aperture Lever Rear Dust Cap tight. The rear dust cap must be removed before mounting the lens. Operation with an FD lens which has a chrome Breech-lock mount ring or Operation with an FD lens which lacks with an FL lens: a chrome Breech-lock mount ring: Removal from Lens The rear dust cap for this type of lens has 1. Turn the lens' mount ring clockwise until serrated edges. Do not mount a rea

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals Lens Hood When shooting into bright light, light rays entering the lens may form defects on the image called ghost and flare. Attaching a hood onto the lens helps to prevent this. Bayonet-mount hoods are available as op- tional accessories for most Canon lenses. Please use only that hood which is specified for the lens concerned. This type of hood fits into the bayonet mount at the front of Reattachment the lens wher

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals above the camera mount. 2. In this position, apply slight pressure to the lens, and simply rotate the whole lens clockwise until it stops and the lens release button pops out with a click. Do not press the lens release button while mounting the lens. Only when this button pops out can you be sure that the lens is properly mounted and that it will function properly. It is also Mounting on the Camera and Dis- possible

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals When removing a lens, take special care not to damage the protruding pins and levers on the rear. With the exception of the Fish- eye 7.5mm lens, always put a lens down with the rear facing up. Whenever you mount an FD lens on the A-1, its maximum aperture is automatically transmitted to the camera's AE circuit. Even if you switch to an FD lens of a different maximum aperture, the mounting procedure is the same as that

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals Normal Procedures

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals Loading the Battery rosion and damage to the camera due to This camera will not function unless a dirt or fingerprints. battery is loaded. Use one brand-new silver To load the battery: oxide or alkaline-manganese battery as speci- 1. Apply either a fingernail or the eyepiece fied in the table below or an equivalent bat- protective cover, which is inserted into tery of another brand. the accessory shoe of the camera, into th

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Not For Resale – Free Download at http://www.joe-chan.com/manuals Checking the Battery cannot be checked in the “L” position. Then Life of the battery in normal use is press the battery check button on the top of approximately one year. Using the camera the camera for two to three seconds. If, frequently at low shutter speeds, at the “B” while pressing the battery check button, setting or in extremely cold conditions takes the LED on the top of the camera blinks on more battery power and r


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