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CONTENTS FEATURES ............................................................................... 2 SELECTING THE SELF-TIMER MODE ................................. 46 PART NAMES ........................................................................... 3 SELECTING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER MODE ............. 49 QUICK START GUIDE ............................................................. 6 SELECTING THE FOCUS MODE .......................................... 53 Menus and modes .....................
PART NAMES 1 AF (Autofocus) Window 2 Remote Controller Sensor 1 3 Shutter Release Button 7(→p.48,51) 4 Battery Compartment Cover 2(→p.51) 5 Strap Lug 6 Battery cover release 3(→p.30) knob 8(→p.39) 7 Self-Timer/Remote Controller Lamp 9 8 Flash 9 Viewfinder Window 4(→p.15) 0 AE Light Sensor 0 A Super EBC Fujinon Lens/ Lens Cover 5(→p.14) A(→p.16) 6(→p.15) 3
B AF Lamp (green) G(→p.24) B(→p.12) C Viewfinder Eye-piece D Film Leader Mark C(→p.11) E Film Take-up Spool F Mid-Roll Rewind Button G Film Confirmation Window H Camera Back I Film Pressure Plate D(→p.25) J Tripod Socket E(→p.25) H(→p.24,36) I F(→p.37) J 4
K AF Lamp (green) L Viewfinder Eye-piece K(→p.12) P(→p.16) M Camera Back Lock N Liquid Crystal Display L(→p.11) O Battery Status P Power Button Q Zoom Button Q(→p.29) R Film Confirmation Window S MENU/SET Button T Four-direction Button R(→p.24) M(→p.24,36) U Exposure Counter S(→p.8) N(→p.9) T(→p.8) O(→p.17) U(→p.26) 5
QUICK START GUIDE 1 An easy introduction to automatic photography with your FUJIFILM camera. Press the power button to turn the power on. , and are displayed on the LCD and the camera is set for automatic mode photography. Adjust the zoom. 2 6 +
Compose the picture. 3 Press the shutter button down completely. 4 Excellent pictures can be taken with just the operations described from page 27 on. 7
How to use the MENU/SET button and four-direction button 1 1 Selecting the menu and mode 2 Selecting the menu 2 Make the menu you want to change blink/light. 3 Selecting the mode 3 The current mode blinks. 4 Setting the mode The set mode is displayed. 4 The LCD backlight is green (mode set) when the power is turned on and when a mode has been set (goes out after 10 seconds). The LCD backlight is orange (mode selection) while the mode is being selected (goes out after 10 seconds of no operation).
FLASH (→p.39) Menus and modes 1 Multi program flash mode 2 Red-eye reduction flash mode 23 3 Back light compensation 4 78 9 flash mode 1 4 Flash-off mode 5 5 Night portrait (slow sync) 6 mode 0 A SELF-TIMER (→p.46,49) B 6 Self-timer/Remote control off mode (normal mode) C 7 Self-timer mode (1 shot) 8 Self-timer mode EF D (2 continuous shots) 9 Self-timer mode (3 continuous shots) 0 Remote control mode G H 9 n n
FOCUS (→p.53) A AF (Auto focus) mode B Landscape mode C Macro mode 23 4 78 9 1 5 DATE (→p.21) D Year-Month-Day 6 E Month-Day-Year F Day-Month-Year 0 G Day-Hour-Minute A H Nothing printed B Examples shown are for 18:15 on the 26th November 2001. C EF D G H 10 * n n
Finder A : Framing area Compose the image within this area. B : AF (auto-focus) spot C Position this spot over the main subject in your picture. C : Close-up Frame When taking close-ups, use these marks as a guide when composing the picture. (→p.31) A B 11
When the shutter button is pressed down halfway, the AF lamp (green) lights or AF Lamp blinks. 12
AF lamp status and meaning When the shutter button is pressed down halfway. Status Meaning Lit Photography is possible. (Focus and exposure settings complete.) Rapid blinking Out of focal range. Ensure that the subject is at least 0.65 m (0.65 m/2.1 ft. - ∞) from the camera. The shutter lock operates in the mode. Ensure that the subject is 0.5 - 1.0 m (1.6 - 3.3 ft.) from the camera Slow blinking Out of focus. • Ensure that the subject is within the AF frame. • AF can not focus on the subj
1. PRELIMINARY STEPS 1 ATTACHING THE STRAP Slip the thin cord on the carrying strap through the strap lug on the side of the camera leaving a loop. Slide the thick part of the strap through this loop and pull tight. Take up any slack to make sure the strap is securely attached to the camera. Do not use a strap made for cellular phones or similar electronic products. These straps are usually too light or weak to hold your camera securely. For safety, use only straps designed for cameras. 2 14
CHINESE LOADING THE BATTERY Your camera uses one 3V lithium battery, type CR2/DL CR2. To load the battery. 1 Move the battery cover release knob. 2 Open the battery cover. 2 1 3 Insert the battery following instruction in the diagram on the inside of the battery 4 cover paying particular attention to the position of the , and . poles of the bat- tery. The battery must be inserted the right way or the camera will not function. 4 When the battery is inserted correctly, close the battery compartmen
TURNING ON YOUR CAMERA Before you can use your camera, you must turn the power on. First press the power supply button which turns on the power. Pressing this button a second time will turn the power off. When you turn your camera on, the lens cover will open and the initial display will appear in the LCD. When the power is turned on, the camera is set for automatic mode photography. (→p.27) When you are finished using your camera, turn the power off to conserve your battery. If the power supply
CHINESE CHECKING YOUR BATTERY To determine the condition of the battery in your camera, turn the power on and 1 check the battery capacity indicator on the LCD panel. 1 Lit : Battery capacity is OK. 2 Lit : Battery capacity is low. Replace with a new battery. 2 3 Blinks: Shutter cannot be released because battery is exhausted. Replace with a fresh battery. Check the battery capacity before you start to use your camera. 3 The battery can be replaced even while there is a partially-exposed film in
SETTING THE DATE (YEAR-MONTH-DAY/HOUR-MINUTE) 1 Setting the date 1 Turn the camera on and press the MENU/SET button. The LCD lights orange and the menu selection mode is entered. 2 Press any of the buttons to the make the DATE menu blink. 2 The year “ ” blinks and the date setting mode is entered. 3 Press the buttons to change the numbers which are blinking. 3 4 Press the buttons to change the item to be set. 4 The selected item blinks. 18 + + +
CHINESE 5 When the date has been set, press the MENU/SET button. 5 The LCD changes to green and the date which has been set is displayed. To set the time (hour or minute) by the radio, press in the MENU/SET button when the time signal indicates zero. The year, month, and day will change together with the hour and minute. You can set: Year : ’01 to ’31 (2001 to 2031) Month : 1 to 12 Day : 1 to 31 Time : 0 to 23 hours; 00 to 59 minutes 19 l * + +
Changing the date 1 1 Turn the camera on and press the MENU/SET button. The LCD lights orange and the menu selection mode is entered. 2 Press any of the buttons to make the DATE menu blink. 2 The date section blinks. 3 Hold the MENU/SET button down for 2 seconds or longer. 3 The “Day” blinks and the date change mode is entered. 4 Using the procedure described in steps 3 to 4 on page 18, set the date with the 4 buttons. When the date has been set, press the MENU/SET button.
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