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CONTENTS SPECIAL FEATURES ............................................................... 2 SPECIAL FEATURES NAMES OF PARTS .................................................................. 3 • A fully automatic 35 mm compact zoom camera 1.Power zoom (35-70 mm). 1. BASIC PROCEDURE 2.Switchable to panorama format in mid-roll. (Finder shows LOAD THE BATTERY .............................................................. 6 red “P” when camera is on panorama mode). ATTACH THE STRAP .................
NAMES OF PARTS 123 456 1 Strap Lug 2 Shutter Release 3 Autofocus Windows 4 Finder Window 5 Liquid Crystal Display 6 Flash Lampface 7 Red-eye Reducting Lamp 8 Lens Cover Button/Power switch/Panorama Button E 9 Pinhead Button Lock 0 AE Light Sensor A Lens B Zoom Button (wide) C Zoom Button (tele) D Remote Control Sensor E Self-timer/Remote Control Lamp 78 9 0 A BC D 3
FG H I J F Self-timer/Remote Control Button G Exposure Mode Button H Finder Eyepiece I Autofocus Lamp J Camera Back K Battery Compartment Cover L Camera Back Lock M Film Confirmation Window N Mid-roll Rewind Button O Tripod Socket O KL M N 4
P Self-timer Mode Sign Liquid Crystal Display Exposure Counter Number Q R Red-eye Reducing Flash PQ R Mode Sign S Remote Control Mode Sign T Flash Mode Sign ST 5
1. BASIC PROCEDURE LOAD THE BATTERY • Use one 3V CR123A lithium battery. • A new lithium battery will provide power for taking about 300 pictures, including 150 with flash (as tested according to Fujifilm’s battery testing procedure). 1. Open the battery compartment cover Push the Cover’s grained part up (toward the camera back) and open the Cover toward you. 2. Insert the battery Insert the battery in the Battery Compartment, minus - end first, then press in the plus + end and close the Battery
3. Check the loaded battery Push the Lens Cover Button downward. If the Lens Cover opens and the lens barrel moves out into shooting position (wideangle), the battery is loaded correctly. • If the Flash Sign ( ) in the LCD blinks for 12 seconds or more after taking a flash picture, the battery is spent. Change the battery with a new one as soon as possible. • If you are going on a trip or are planning to take lots of pictures, take a spare battery along with you just in case you might need it.
ATTACH THE STRAP Pass the looped end of the strap through the camera’s Strap Lug, then pass the other end of the strap through the loop and pull it firmly. 8
LOAD THE FILM 1. Open the camera back To open, hold the camera bottom side up and push the Camera Back Lock down- ward. 2. Insert the film Just push the film gently into the Film Chamber. • Do not open the Camera Back all the way. It is normally set to open about 15 or just enough to drop the film in smoothly and surely. • Be sure to use 35 mm DX roll film (film marked DX on the box and cartridge). • Always use your film before the expiration date printed on the film box. 9
3. Check the film tip position Make sure the film tip falls within the Film Tip Mark (green lines in the far end of the film track). 4. Close the camera back As soon as you close the Camera Back, the Exposure Counter will run though rapidly and the film will prewind itself up to the very end. (If the film is a 24-exposure roll, it will prewind itself in about 20 seconds and the Exposure Counter will stop at the number “24”). • If the film leader (the length of film protruding from the cartridge)
TAKING PICTURES 1. Turn on the power To turn it on, press the Power Switch downward. The Lens Cover will automatically open and the Lens will move out into shooting position. If the Lens is in retracted position, the shutter won’t trip. 2. 35 mm full-size mode covering area A: Parallax Correction Mark B: Bright Frame If the camera is set to the 35 mm full-size mode, you’ll get in your picture everything you see within the Bright Frame. But if you are shooting your subject form about 1.2 meters a
3. Panorama mode To set the camera to the panorama mode, press in the Pinhead Button Lock and, at the same time, push the Lens Cover Button all the way down so that a red “P” appears in the left side of the Finder. 4. Panorama mode covering area In the panorama mode, you’ll get in your picture everything you see within the pano- rama frame (the area enclosed by the hyphenated lines). However, when compos- ing your picture, always leave a slight margin on all sides of the framing area. • To save
5. Switching back to 35 mm full size mode To switch back to the standard mode, turn off the red “P” in the Finder by pushing the Lens Cover Button back to center position. You can do it without pressing in the Pinhead Button Lock. 6. Zooming to telephoto To zoom to telephoto, press in the upper Zoom Button. The size of the Finder image will change with the movement of the Lens. • Do not block the Lens or apply pressure to it while it is zooming. • If the camera is switched on and ready for shoot
7. Zooming to wideangle To zoom to wideangle, press in the lower Zoom Button. 8. Hold the camera still When taking pictures, hold the camera still with both hands (camera shake can result in fuzzy pictures). To shoot with the camera held vertically, position the Flash side up. • Before pressing down the Shutter Release, take your finger off the Zoom Button. • Keep your fingers and camera strap away from the Lens, Autofocus Windows, and Flash Lampface. 14
9. Aim the autofocus spot at your subject A: Autofocus Spot Aim the Autofocus Spot at your subject. Make sure your subject fills the Finder’s Autofocus Spot completely. 10. Press the shutter release about halfway down If the Autofocus Lamp (green lamp next to the Finder Eyepiece) turns on and glows when the Shutter Release is pressed about halfway down, the Lens has completed focusing. But if you are too close to your subject, the Autofocus Lamp will blink to warn you to move back. • The Autofoc
11. Take your picture To take your picture, press the Shutter Release gently all the way down. As soon as the shutter trips, the film will automatically advance into position for the next shot. • The shooting distance is 0.65 m - at f=70 mm (0.9 m - at other focal lengths). • Though rarely, the Lens may not be able to focus itself sharply in the following situations. To take your picture, you’ll have to use the Autofocus Lock (see page 19). 1 If there is a very bright light shining in the vici
END OF FILM • Your camera will expose the film frames in descending order, starting from the highest num- bered frame, and rewind each frame into its cartridge as soon as it is exposed. • You can unload the film as soon as the last frame (frame No. 1) is exposed and the camera motor comes to a halt because there is no need to rewind it. 1. After exposing the last frame As soon as the last frame (frame No. 1) is exposed, the Exposure Counter will switch from “0” to “E” and the camera motor will c
Unloading the film in mid-roll With the tip of a ball-point pen or something similar, press in the Mid-roll Rewind Button. Wait until the Exposure Counter shows the “E” sign and the camera motor comes to a halt, then take the film out. • Do not use anything with too sharp a point to press in the Mid-roll Rewind Button. • If the Camera Back is accidentally opened in mid-roll, close it quickly, wait until the film winds itself back into its cartridge, then take it out. All the exposed frames, exc
2. ADVANCED TECHNIQUES USING THE AUTOFOCUS LOCK 1. This is the picture you want but.... the Autofocus Spot is off your subject. It means the Lens is not focused on your subject. 2. Move the camera slightly and.... aim the Autofocus Spot so that it covers some part of your subject, then press the Shutter Release about halfway down (to lock the focus) and make sure the Autofocus Lamp (focusing completed signal) has turned on. 19
3. While pressing the shutter release about halfway down.... move the camera back to its original position, recompose your picture, then take it by pressing the Shutter Release all the way down. • The Autofocus Lock can be used for taking both 35 mm full size and panorama format pictures. • The Autofocus Lock can be used as many times as necessary before tripping the shutter. 20
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