Specifications | Blackberry SWD-20120924140022907 Security Camera User Manual

RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD.
2-35-7, Maeno-cho, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo 174-8639, JAPAN
(http://www.ricoh-imaging.co.jp)
RICOH IMAGING EUROPE
S.A.S
112 Quai de Bezons, B.P. 204, 95106 Argenteuil Cedex, FRANCE
(http://www.ricoh-imaging.fr)
RICOH IMAGING
DEUTSCHLAND GmbH
Am Kaiserkai 1, 20457 Hamburg, GERMANY
(http://www.ricoh-imaging.de)
RICOH IMAGING UK LTD.
PENTAX House, Heron Drive, Langley, Slough, Berks SL3 8PN, U.K.
(http://www.ricoh-imaging.co.uk)
RICOH IMAGING AMERICAS
CORPORATION
633 17th Street, Suite 2600, Denver, Colorado 80202, U.S.A.
(http://www.us.ricoh-imaging.com)
RICOH IMAGING CANADA
INC.
520 Explorer Drive Suite 300, Mississauga, Ontario, L4W 5L1, CANADA
(http://www.ricoh-imaging.ca)
RICOH IMAGING CHINA CO., 23D, Jun Yao International Plaza, 789 Zhaojiabang Road, Xu Hui District,
LTD.
Shanghai, 200032, CHINA
(http://www.ricoh-imaging.com.cn)
SLR Digital Camera
Operating Manual
Introduction
1
Getting Started
2
Shooting
3
Playback
4
Settings
5
Appendix
6
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• Specifications and external dimensions are subject to change without notice.
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R01DTG14 Printed in Japan
To ensure the best performance from your
camera, please read the Operating Manual
before using the camera.
Checking the Contents of the Package
Hot shoe cover FK
(Installed on camera)
Eyecup FR
(Installed on camera)
Body mount cover
(Installed on camera)
Rechargeable Lithium-ion
Battery D-LI109
Battery charger
D-BC109
AC plug cord
Strap
O-ST132
Software (CD-ROM)
S-SW151
Start Guide
Lenses you can use
Lenses that can be used with this camera are DA, DA L, D FA and FA J lenses and lenses that have an 9 (Auto) position on the
aperture ring. To use any other lens or accessory, see p.84.
Introducing the K-S1
1
Getting Started
2
Taking Pictures
3
Playback Functions
4
Changing the Settings
5
Appendix
6
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How to Use This Manual
How to Use This Manual
1
Introducing the PENTAX K-S1 ........p.7
Gives you an overview of the K-S1.
Read this and get to know your K-S1!
Taking Pictures ......................................p.37
Once you’ve confirmed that the camera works
properly, try out the camera and take lots of
pictures!
 Names and Functions of the Working Parts
.......................................................................p.7
 Configuring the Capture Settings ..............p.37
 How to Change Function Settings ............. p.16
 Taking Still Pictures ....................................p.38
 Menu List ...................................................... p.18
 Recording Movies .......................................p.43
 Setting the Exposure ..................................p.44
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Getting Started .......................................p.26
Explains how to get your K-S1 ready for shooting as
well as basic operations.
 Attaching the Strap ..................................... p.26
 Attaching a Lens ......................................... p.26
 Using the Battery and Charger .................. p.27
 Inserting a Memory Card ............................ p.30
 Initial Settings ..............................................p.31
 Basic Shooting Operation .......................... p.34
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3
 Reviewing Images ....................................... p.36
 Using the Built-in Flash ..............................p.46
 Setting the Focus Method ..........................p.47
 Setting the Drive Mode ...............................p.51
 Setting the White Balance ..........................p.54
 Controlling the Image Finishing Tone .......p.56
 Correcting Images .......................................p.59
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Playback Functions ..............................p.61
 Playback Mode Palette Items .....................p.61
 Changing the Playback Method ................. p.62
 Connecting the Camera to a Computer ..... p.66
 Editing and Processing Images ................. p.67
Appendix ...................................................p.82
Provides various resources.
 Restrictions on Each Capture Mode ..........p.82
 Functions Available with Various Lenses
.......................................................................p.84
 Functions when Using an External Flash
.......................................................................p.87
 Using the GPS Unit .....................................p.88
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Changing the Settings ........................p.73
Explains how to change other settings.
 Troubleshooting ..........................................p.89
 Main Specifications .....................................p.93
How to Use This Manual
Explains various operations for playing back and
editing images.
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 Index .............................................................p.99
 For Using Your Camera Safely ...................p.103
 Camera Settings ..........................................p.73
 Care to be Taken During Handling ............p.105
 File Management Settings .......................... p.77
 WARRANTY POLICY ...................................p.108
There is a possibility that the illustrations and the display screen
of the monitor in this manual are different from the actual ones.
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Contents
How to Use This Manual .........................2
Contents
Introducing the PENTAX K-S1 ................7
Names and Functions of the Working Parts ...... 7
Operating Controls ......................................................... 8
Monitor ......................................................................... 10
Viewfinder .................................................................... 15
How to Change Function Settings .................... 16
Using the Direct Keys .................................................. 16
Using the Control Panel ............................................... 16
Using the Menus .......................................................... 17
Menu List ............................................................. 18
Rec. Mode Menus ........................................................ 18
Movie Menu ................................................................. 21
Playback Menu ............................................................ 21
Set-up Menus .............................................................. 22
Custom Setting Menus ................................................ 24
Getting Started .......................................26
Attaching the Strap ............................................ 26
Attaching a Lens ................................................. 26
Using the Battery and Charger .......................... 27
Charging the Battery .................................................... 27
Inserting/Removing the Battery ................................... 28
Using the AC Adapter .................................................. 29
Inserting a Memory Card ................................... 30
Initial Settings ..................................................... 31
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Turning the Camera On ............................................... 31
Setting the Display Language ...................................... 31
Setting the Date and Time ........................................... 32
Setting the LCD Display ............................................... 33
Formatting a Memory Card .......................................... 33
Basic Shooting Operation ................................. 34
Shooting with Live View ............................................... 35
Reviewing Images .............................................. 36
Taking Pictures ......................................37
Configuring the Capture Settings ..................... 37
Image Capture Settings ............................................... 37
Movie Capture Settings ................................................ 37
Taking Still Pictures ........................................... 38
Scene Modes ............................................................... 38
Effects Modes .............................................................. 39
Exposure Modes .......................................................... 40
EV Compensation ........................................................ 42
Recording Movies ............................................... 43
Playing Back Movies .................................................... 44
Setting the Exposure .......................................... 44
Sensitivity ..................................................................... 44
AE Metering ................................................................. 45
Using the Built-in Flash ..................................... 46
Setting the Focus Method .................................. 47
Setting the AF Mode when Shooting with the
Viewfinder .................................................................... 48
Setting the AF Mode during Live View ......................... 50
AF Fine Adjustment ..................................................... 51
Setting the Drive Mode ....................................... 51
Continuous Shooting ................................................... 52
Self-timer ..................................................................... 52
Remote Control ............................................................ 53
Exposure Bracketing .................................................... 53
Adjusting the White Balance Manually ........................ 55
Adjusting the White Balance with Color
Temperature ................................................................ 56
Controlling the Image Finishing Tone .............. 56
Custom Image ............................................................. 56
Digital Filter .................................................................. 58
Correcting Images .............................................. 59
Brightness Adjustment ................................................. 59
Lens Correction ........................................................... 60
Anti-Aliasing Filter Simulator ........................................ 60
Playback Functions ...............................61
Playback Mode Palette Items ............................ 61
Changing the Playback Method ........................ 62
Displaying Multiple Images .......................................... 62
Displaying Images by Folder ....................................... 63
Displaying Images by Shooting Date ........................... 63
Playing Back Images Continuously (Slideshow) .......... 64
Displaying Rotated Images .......................................... 64
Connecting the Camera to an AV Device .................... 65
Connecting the Camera to a Computer ............ 66
Editing and Processing Images ........................ 67
Changing the Image Size ............................................ 67
Correcting Color Moiré ................................................. 68
Processing Images with Digital Filters ......................... 68
Editing Movies ............................................................. 70
RAW Development ...................................................... 71
Camera Settings ................................................. 73
Customizing the Button/E-dial Functions ..................... 73
Displaying the Local Date and Time of the Specified
City ............................................................................... 76
Selecting Settings to Save in the Camera ................... 76
File Management Settings ................................. 77
Protecting Images from Deletion (Protect) ................... 77
Selecting the Folder/File Settings ................................ 77
Setting the Copyright Information ................................ 80
Using a Wireless Memory Card ................................... 81
Contents
Setting the White Balance ................................. 54
Changing the Settings ...........................73
Appendix .................................................82
Restrictions on Each Capture Mode ................. 82
Restrictions on the Combinations of Special
Functions ..................................................................... 83
Functions Available with Various Lenses ........ 84
Setting the Focal Length .............................................. 85
Using the Aperture Ring ............................................... 86
Functions when Using an External Flash ........ 87
Using the GPS Unit ............................................. 88
Shooting Celestial Bodies (ASTROTRACER) ............. 88
Troubleshooting ................................................. 89
Sensor Cleaning .......................................................... 90
Error Messages ............................................................ 91
Main Specifications ............................................ 93
Operating Environment for USB Connection and
Provided Software ........................................................ 98
Index .................................................................... 99
For Using Your Camera Safely ........................ 103
Care to be Taken During Handling .................. 105
WARRANTY POLICY ........................................ 108
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Regarding copyrights
Contents
Images taken with this camera that are for anything other
than personal enjoyment cannot be used without permission
according to the rights as specified in the Copyright Act.
Please take care, as there are cases where limitations are
placed on taking pictures even for personal enjoyment
during demonstrations, performances or of items on display.
Images taken with the purpose of obtaining copyrights also
cannot be used outside the scope of use of the copyright as
laid out in the Copyright Act, and care should be taken here
also.
To users of this camera
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• Do not use or store this camera in the vicinity of equipment
that generates strong electromagnetic radiation or
magnetic fields. Strong static charges or the magnetic
fields produced by equipment such as radio transmitters
could interfere with the monitor, damage the stored data,
or affect the camera’s internal circuitry and cause camera
misoperation.
• The liquid crystal panel used for the monitor is
manufactured using extremely high precision technology.
Although the level of functioning pixels is 99.99% or better,
you should be aware that 0.01% or fewer of the pixels may
not illuminate or may illuminate when they should not.
However, this has no effect on the recorded image.
• In this manual, the generic term “computer(s)” refers to
either a Windows PC or a Macintosh.
• In this manual, the term “battery(ies)” refers to any type of
batteries used for this camera and its accessories.
Regarding User Registration
In order to better serve you, we request that you complete
the user registration, which can be found on the CD-ROM
supplied with the camera or on our website.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Names and Functions of the Working Parts
1
Hot shoe
Built-in flash
Image plane indicator
Introduction
Microphone
AF assist light
Strap lug
Lens mount index
Mirror
Remote control receiver
AF coupler
Lens unlock button
Diopter adjustment lever
Lens information
contacts
Speaker
Viewfinder
Microphone
Strap lug
HDMI terminal (type D)
Monitor
USB terminal (micro B)
Terminal cover
Card access lamp
Connection cable cover
Battery/memory card cover unlock lever
Tripod
socket
Battery/memory card cover
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Operating Controls
1
1
Introduction
2
3
2 Green button (M)
Resets the value being adjusted.
Switches to [ISO AUTO] when adjusting the sensitivity.
Also, you can assign other functions to this button. (p.73)
4
3 Shutter release button (0)
Press to capture images. (p.34)
In playback mode, press halfway to switch to capture mode.
5
6
9
0
a
b
8
7
1 EV Compensation button (J/J)
Press to change the exposure compensation value. (p.42)
In K/L mode, use this button to switch the value to be
changed between shutter speed and aperture value.
In playback mode, the last JPEG image taken can also be
saved in RAW format. (p.36)
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c
4 Main switch
Turns the power on/off, or switches to C (movie) mode.
(p.31, p.43)
When the camera is turned on, it enters A (still picture)
mode and the lamp lights green. When the switch is turned
to C, the camera enters C mode and the lamp lights red.
5 Grip lamps
The five lamps light up green during Self-timer shooting or
shooting with a remote control unit, or when faces are
detected during Live View. (p.50, p.52)
6 Lens unlock button
Press to detach the lens on the camera. (p.26)
d
7 Flash pop-up button (1)
Press to pop up the built-in flash. (p.46)
e
8 Focus mode switch
Turn to change the focus mode. (p.47)
f
g
9 Live View/Delete button (K/L)
Displays the Live View image. (p.35)
In playback mode, press to delete images. (p.36)
0 Playback button (3)
Switches to playback mode. (p.36)
Press the button again to switch to capture mode.
b INFO button (G)
Changes the style of the display on the monitor. (p.10, p.13)
c E-dial (V)
Changes the values for camera settings such as exposure.
(p.41)
You can change the menu tabs when a menu screen is
displayed. (p.17)
You can change the camera settings when the control panel
is displayed. (p.16)
In playback mode, use this to magnify an image or display
multiple images at the same time. (p.36, p.62)
d AF/AE Lock button (f)
Available for adjusting focus, instead of pressing 0
halfway, and for locking the exposure value before shooting.
(p.47, p.73)
e Four-way controller (ABCD)
Displays the Sensitivity, White Balance, Flash Mode or
Drive Mode setup menu. (p.16)
When a menu or the control panel is displayed, use this to
move the cursor or change the item to set.
Press B in single image display of the playback mode to
display the playback mode palette. (p.61)
g Mode dial
Changes the capture mode. (p.34)
When the power is turned on, the lamp lights white, and the
icon of the set capture mode lights green on the dial.
About the indicator lamps
The main switch lamp, grip lamps, mode dial lamp and E
lamp turn off in the following situations.
• From the time when 0 is pressed halfway until the
end of shooting
• While f is pressed
• During playback mode
• While a menu is displayed
• During Auto Power Off
You can set the lamp lighting settings in [Indicator Lamps] of
the D3 menu. (p.23)
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Introduction
a MENU button (F)
Displays a menu. Press this button while the menu is
displayed to return to the previous screen. (p.17)
Press this button when [AF Active Area] is set to E or 8,
or when [Contrast AF] is set to g or h to change the
focusing area. (p.49, p.50)
When the power is turned on, the lamp lights blue. When the
focusing area can be changed, the lamp turns off.
About the four-way controller
In this manual, each button of the fourway controller is indicated as shown in
the illustration on the right.
f OK button (E)
When a menu or the control panel is displayed, press this
button to confirm the selected item.
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Status Screen
Monitor
1
Capture Mode
Introduction
With this camera, you can take pictures while looking through
the viewfinder or while viewing the image on the monitor.
When using the viewfinder, you can take pictures while
checking the status screen displayed on the monitor and looking
through the viewfinder. When not using the viewfinder, you can
take pictures while viewing the Live View image displayed on
the monitor.
The camera is in “standby mode” when it is ready to shoot, such
as when the status screen or Live View image is displayed.
Press G in standby mode to display the “control panel” and
change settings. (p.16) You can change the type of information
displayed in standby mode by pressing G while the control
panel is displayed. (p.12)
1/
F
250
5.6
G
Custom Image
Bright
1600
07/07/2014 10:23
99999
Standby mode
(Status screen)
Control panel
G
1/
F
250
5.6Status Screen
1600
99999
10
1
11
250
F 5.6
1/
Shooting Info Display selection screen
99999
11
1114
1600
+1.0
G1A1
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19
5´00˝
Capture mode (p.38)
AE Lock (p.42)
Focus Method (p.47)
Custom Image (p.56)
Digital Filter (p.58)/HDR
Capture (p.59)
GPS positioning status
(p.88)
Wireless LAN status
(p.81)
AE Metering (p.45)
Shake Reduction (p.19)
Battery level
E-dial guide
Shutter speed
Aperture value
EV Compensation
(p.42)/Exposure
Bracketing (p.53)
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17
18
2324 25
20 21
22
11
26
19 21 22
27
15 EV bar scale
16 Sensitivity (p.44)
17 Flash Exposure
Compensation (p.46)
18 White Balance finetuning (p.54)
19 Flash Mode (p.46)
20 Focusing area (AF point)
(p.49)
21 Drive Mode (p.51)
22 White Balance (p.54)
23 File Format (p.37)
24 Memory card
25 Image storage capacity
26 ASTROTRACER
maximum tracking
duration (p.88)
27 Operation guide
Live View
Control Panel
1 2 3 4 5 6
A mode
7 8 9 10 11
Custom Image
Bright
12
+1.7 EV
1/ 2000
F2.8
17 18 19
1
2
3
4
5
6
1600
±0EV
99999
14
15
16
20 21 22 23
Capture mode (p.38)
Flash Mode (p.46)
Drive Mode (p.51)
White Balance (p.54)
Custom Image (p.56)
Digital Filter (p.58)/HDR
Capture (p.59)
7 GPS positioning status
(p.88)
8 Wireless LAN status
(p.81)
9 AE Metering (p.45)
10 Shake Reduction (p.19)/
Movie SR (p.21)
11 Battery level
12 Temperature warning
1/ 2000
F2.8
1600
07/07/2014 10:23
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Histogram
EV Compensation (p.42)
EV bar scale
Operation guide
AE Lock (p.42)
Shutter speed
Aperture value
Sensitivity (p.44)
File Format (p.37)
Memory card
Image storage capacity
Face detection frame
(when [Contrast AF] is
set to [Face Detection])
(p.50)
t Memo
• In [Live View] of the A3 menu, you can change the settings of
the items displayed on the monitor during Live View. (p.19)
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11
16
21
3
7
12
17
22
27
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13
18
23
4
9
14
19
24
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When shooting with Live View
Custom Image
Bright
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Introduction
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C mode
Custom Image
Bright
1:23'45"
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5
15
26
07/07/2014 10:23
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2
3
4
5
Function name
Setting
Memory card
Number of recordable
still pictures/Movie
recordable time
Custom Image (p.56)/
Scene Mode (p.38)/
Effects Mode (p.39)
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16
23
27
3
14
17
8
21
4
9
25
28
6
7
8
Digital Filter (p.58)
HDR Capture (p.59)
Highlight Correction
(p.59)
9 Shadow Correction
(p.59)
10 Distortion Correction
(p.60)
11
1
Introduction
11 Lateral Chromatic
Aberration Adjustment
(p.60)
12 Peripheral Illumination
Correction (p.60)
13 Diffraction Correction
(p.60)
14 AE Metering (p.45)
15 AF Mode (p.48)/Contrast
AF (p.50)
16 AF Active Area (p.49)/
Focus Peaking (p.50)
17 AF Assist Light (p.48)
18 High-ISO NR (p.45)
19 Slow Shutter Speed NR
(p.41)
20 File Format (p.37)
21 JPEG Recorded Pixels
(p.37)/Movie Recorded
Pixels (p.37)
22 JPEG Quality (p.37)
23 Shake Reduction (p.19)/
Movie SR (p.21)
24 AA Filter Simulator (p.60)
25 Framerate (p.37)
26 Recording Sound Level
(p.43)
27 Current date and time
28 Destination (p.76)
Shooting Info Display
You can change the type of information displayed in standby
mode by pressing G while the control panel is displayed.
Use CD to select the type and press E.
When shooting with the viewfinder
Status
Screen
Displays the settings for shooting with the
viewfinder. (p.10)
Display Off
Nothing is displayed on the monitor.
Electronic
Compass
The current latitude, longitude, altitude,
direction, Coordinated Universal Time (UTC),
capture mode, and exposure value are
displayed. Turn the camera off and on again to
return to the status screen.
Available only when the optional GPS unit is
attached to the camera and is operating. (p.88)
t Memo
• The items that can be selected vary depending on the current
camera setup.
• If no operations are made within 1 minute while the control
panel is displayed, the camera returns to standby mode.
• You can change the display color of the status screen, control
panel and menu cursor in [Display Color] of [LCD Display] in
the D1 menu. (p.22)
When shooting with Live View
Standard
Information
Display
The Live View image and the settings for
shooting with Live View are displayed. (p.11)
No
Information
Display
Certain icons, such as those for the capture
mode and drive mode, are not displayed.
t Memo
• The status screen is always displayed when the camera is
turned off and on again. If [Shooting Info Display] is set to [On]
in [Memory] of the A4 menu, the screen selected on the
Shooting Info Display selection screen appears when the
camera is turned off and on again. (p.76)
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Detailed Information Display
Playback Mode
100-0001
Still pictures
100-0001
+1.0
1/ 2000
G
F2.8
1600
5000K
100-0001
Standard Information Display
+1.5
G1A1
55.0mm
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±0
±0
±0
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Movies
1/ 2000
F2.8
200
+0.3
Single image display
(Standard Information Display)
1/ 2000
F2.8
200
+0.3
100-0001
Playback Info Display
selection screen
10'10"
1/ 125
F8.0
1600
0.0
5000K
G1A1
Captured image, file format, exposure
Standard
parameters, and operation guide
Information Display
indicators are displayed.
RGB Histogram
Display
No Information
Display
100-0001
0m
123°
N 36°45.410'
07/07/2014
W140°02.000'
10:00:00
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ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
123456
Captured image and RGB histogram are
displayed. (p.14)
Not available during movie playback.
t Memo
• The screen selected in the Playback Info Display selection
screen is displayed in playback mode when the camera is turned
off and on again. If [Playback Info Display] is set to [Off] in
[Memory] of the A4 menu, the [Standard Information Display]
always appears first when the camera is turned on. (p.76)
1
2
3
4
Captured image
Rotation information
(p.64)
Capture mode (p.38)
Digital Filter (p.58)/HDR
Capture (p.59)
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Captured image and brightness
histogram are displayed. (p.14)
Not available during movie playback.
Only the captured image is displayed.
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Detailed
Detailed information on how and when the
Information Display image was taken is displayed. (p.13)
Histogram
Display
55.0mm
±0
±0
±0
±0
±0
Introduction
The captured image and shooting information are displayed in
single image display of the playback mode.
Press G to change the type of information displayed in
single image display. Use CD to select the type and press E.
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3
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46
46
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6
7
8
5
6
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41
42
43
44
47
48
Transferred via Wireless
LAN (p.81)
Protect setting (p.77)
Folder number-File
number (p.77)
Drive Mode (p.51)
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1
Introduction
14
9 Flash Mode (p.46)
10 Flash Exposure
Compensation (p.46)
11 Color Moiré Correction
(p.68)
12 Shutter speed
13 Aperture value
14 Shake Reduction (p.19)/
Movie SR (p.21)
15 Sensitivity (p.44)
16 EV Compensation (p.42)
17 Focus Method (p.47)
18 AE Metering (p.45)
19 Focusing area (AF point)
(p.49)
20 White Balance (p.54)
21 White Balance finetuning (p.54)
22 AA Filter Simulator (p.60)
23 Lens focal length
24 File Format (p.37)
25 JPEG Recorded Pixels
(p.37)/Movie Recorded
Pixels (p.37)
26 JPEG Quality (p.37)
27 Color Space (p.25)
28 Highlight Correction
(p.59)
29 Shadow Correction
(p.59)
30 Distortion Correction
(p.60)
31 Lateral Chromatic
Aberration Adjustment
(p.60)
32 Peripheral Illumination
Correction (p.60)
33 Diffraction Correction
(p.60)
34 Color Fringe Correction
(p.71)
35 Custom Image setting
(p.56)
36 Custom Image
parameters
37 Shooting date and time
38 Length of time of the
recorded movie
39 Volume
40 Framerate (p.37)
41 Altitude (p.88)
42 Lens direction (p.88)
43 Latitude (p.88)
44 Longitude (p.88)
45 Universal Coordinated
Time
46 Information tampering
warning
47 Photographer (p.80)
48 Copyright Holder (p.80)
Histogram Display/RGB Histogram Display
Use AB to switch between the Histogram Display and RGB
Histogram Display.
1
2
3
4
100-0001
5
2
3
4
100-0001
5
AB
11
12
1
1/ 2000
6
F2.8
200
7 8 9
10
Brightness histogram
1
2
3
4
5
6
13
1/ 2000
+0.3
Histogram (Brightness)
Switch RGB histogram/
Brightness histogram
Protect setting
Folder number-File
number
Save RAW Data
File Format
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
F2.8
200
+0.3
7 8 9
10
RGB histogram
Shutter speed
Aperture value
Sensitivity
EV Compensation
Histogram (R)
Histogram (G)
Histogram (B)
t Memo
Viewfinder
When shooting with the viewfinder, the following information
appears in the viewfinder.
3
1
1
4 5
13
1
2
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
Introduction
2
• The information is displayed in the viewfinder when 0
is pressed halfway, or during the meter operating time
(default setting: 10 sec.).
• The AF point in use for autofocus appears in red
(Superimpose AF Area) when 0 is pressed halfway.
You can set it to [Off] in [14 Superimpose AF Area] of the E2
menu.
• You can adjust the diopter in the
viewfinder using the diopter
adjustment lever. If it is difficult to
adjust the diopter adjustment lever,
lift up and remove the eyecup.
Adjust the lever until the AF frame
in the viewfinder looks sharp and
clear.
14 15 16 17 18
AF frame (p.34)
Spot metering frame
(p.45)
3 AF point (p.49)
4 Flash indicator (p.46)
5 Focus Method (p.47)
6 Shutter speed
7 Aperture value
8 Focus indicator (p.34)
9 EV bar scale
10 ISO/ISO AUTO
11 Sensitivity (p.44)/
Exposure compensation
value
12
13
14
15
16
AE Lock (p.42)
Change AF Point (p.49)
AE Metering (p.45)
Shake Reduction (p.19)
Flash Exposure
Compensation (p.46)
17 EV Compensation
(p.42)/Exposure
Bracketing (p.53)
18 File Format (p.37)
15
How to Change Function Settings
1
The camera functions and their settings can be selected and
changed by using the following ways.
Introduction
Direct keys
Press ABCD in standby mode.
Control panel
Press G in standby mode.
(indicated with the v icon in this manual)
Menus
Press F.
Using the Direct Keys
A
Sensitivity
p.44
B
White Balance
p.54
C
Flash Mode
p.46
D
Drive Mode
p.51
WXYZ
Using the Control Panel
You can set frequently used shooting functions. Press G in
standby mode.
Use ABCD to select an item.
File Format
99999
07/07/2014 10:23
Use V to change settings.
Press E to make detailed
settings.
File Format
99999
Cancel
OK
Press F to cancel
setting operation.
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G
Press E to confirm the
selected item and return to
the control panel.
Using the Menus
F
Most functions are set from the menus. The functions that can be set on the control panel can also be set from the menus.
Use V to switch between menu tabs.
1
Menu tabs
2
Lens Correction
D-Range Settings
High-ISO NR
Slow Shutter Speed NR
GPS
Press D to display the
pop-up menu.
1
Custom Image
Image Capture Settings
AF Settings
AE Metering
Digital Filter
HDR Capture
Press D to display
the submenu.
Exit
Exit
2
Lens Correction
D-Range Settings
High-ISO NR
Slow Shutter Speed NR
GPS
Cancel
Use AB to select an item.
Exit
Press F to exit the
menu screen.
1
Introduction
Custom Image
Image Capture Settings
AF Settings
AE Metering
Digital Filter
HDR Capture
Use AB to select an item.
Image Capture Settings
File Format
JPEG Recorded Pixels
JPEG Quality
RAW File Format
PEF
OK
Press E to confirm
Press F to cancel the pop-up menu. the selected item.
Press F to return to the previous screen.
t Memo
• For the Custom Setting menus (E1-4), you can show the setting screen of the next item in order of the menus on the monitor by
turning V while the submenu of the currently selected item is displayed.
• Press F to display the first tab of the proper menus for the camera settings at that time. To display the menu tab last selected
first, set in [23 Save Menu Location] of the E4 menu.
• Settings are returned to their default values with [Reset] of the D3 menu. To reset all the settings in the Custom Setting menus to
the defaults, use [Reset Custom Functions] of the E4 menu. (Some settings do not apply.)
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Menu List
1
Rec. Mode Menus
Introduction
Menu
Item
Function
Page
Bright
p.56
Selects the scene mode that best suits the situation. (S
mode)
Portrait
p.38
Selects the special effects that can be added to pictures.
(W mode)
Faded Color
p.39
Sets the image finishing tone such as color and contrast
before shooting an image.
Scene Mode *2 *4
Effects Mode *3
*4
File Format *4
JPEG Recorded
Image
*4
Capture Pixels
Settings JPEG Quality *4
RAW File Format
A1
AF Mode
*4
AF
AF Active Area *4
Settings
AF Assist Light *4
AE Metering *4
Digital Filter
HDR
Capture
18
Default Setting
Custom Image *1 *4
*4
Sets the file format of images.
Sets the recording size of images saved in JPEG format.
Sets the quality of images saved in JPEG format.
Sets the RAW file format.
Selects the autofocus method when shooting with the
viewfinder.
Selects the area to adjust the focus when shooting with the
viewfinder.
Sets whether to use the assist light when autofocusing in
dark locations.
Selects the part of the sensor to use for measuring
brightness and determining exposure.
Applies a digital filter effect when taking pictures.
HDR Capture *4
Sets the type of high dynamic range shooting.
Bracket Value *4
Sets the amount to change the exposure.
Auto Align
Sets whether to automatically adjust the composition.
JPEG
q
p.37
m
PEF
z
p.48
Auto
(11 AF Points)
p.49
On
p.48
Multi-segment
p.45
No Filter
p.58
Off
±2EV
On
p.59
Menu
Item
Page
Off
Lat-Chromatic-Ab
Adj *4
Reduces lateral chromatic aberrations occurring due to lens
properties.
On
Peripheral Illumin.
Corr. *4
Reduces peripheral light fall-off occurring due to lens
properties.
Off
Diffraction
Correction *4
Corrects blur caused by diffraction when using a small
aperture.
On
Highlight
*4
D-Range Correction
Settings Shadow
Correction *4
Expands the dynamic range and prevents overexposed
areas from occurring.
Auto
Expands the dynamic range and prevents underexposed
areas from occurring.
Auto
High-ISO NR *4
Sets the Noise Reduction setting when shooting with a high
ISO sensitivity.
Auto
p.45
Slow Shutter Speed NR *4
Sets the Noise Reduction setting when shooting with a slow
shutter speed.
Auto
p.41
GPS
Sets the camera action when the optional GPS unit is used.
Live
View
Focus Peaking
p.59
–
p.88
Face Detection
p.50
Emphasizes the outline of the subject in focus and makes it
easier to check the focus.
Off
p.50
Sets the AF Mode for shooting with Live View.
*4
1
p.60
Introduction
Contrast AF *4
A3
Default Setting
Reduces distortions occurring due to lens properties.
Lens
Correction
A2
Function
Distortion
Correction *4
Grid Display
Displays the grid during Live View.
Off
Histogram Display
Displays the histogram during Live View.
Off
Highlight Alert
Sets overexposed areas to blink red during Live View.
Off
AA Filter Simulator *4
Applies low-pass filter effects using the Shake Reduction
mechanism.
Off
p.60
Shake Reduction *4
Activates the Shake Reduction function.
On
–
Input Focal Length
Sets the focal length when using a lens of which focal length
information cannot be obtained.
35mm
p.85
p.11
19
Menu
Item
1
Introduction
Instant
Review
A4
*1
*2
*3
*4
20
Default Setting
Sets the Instant Review display time.
Zoom Instant
Review
Sets whether to magnify the image during Instant Review.
On
Save RAW Data
Sets whether to save the RAW data during Instant Review.
On
Delete
Sets whether to allow deletion of the displayed image during
Instant Review.
On
Histogram Display
Displays the histogram during Instant Review.
Off
Highlight Alert
Sets overexposed areas to blink red during Instant Review.
Off
AF/AE-L Button
Sets the function for when f is pressed.
Enable AF1
AF/AE-L
Button(Movie)
Sets the function for when f is pressed in C mode.
Enable AF1
Button
CustoGreen Button
mization
E-Dial
Programming
Memory
Function
Display Time
Sets the function for when M is pressed.
Green Button
Reverses the direction of rotation to increase value when V
is turned.
Rotate Right
On for settings
other than Digital
Determines which settings to save when the power is turned
Filter, HDR
off.
Capture, and
Shooting Info
Display
The function appears in modes other than S or W mode.
The function appears in S mode.
The function appears in W mode.
The functions can also be set from the control panel.
Page
1sec.
p.34
p.73
p.76
Movie Menu
Menu
Item
Movie Capture Settings
Recording Sound Level *1
Digital Filter
*1
Movie SR *1
*1
Function
Default Setting
Page
Sets the number of recorded pixels and the framerate of the
movie.
u/30p
p.37
Auto
p.43
No Filter
p.58
On
–
Default Setting
Page
Sets the Recording Sound Level and the volume level for
recording.
Applies a digital filter effect when recording a movie.
Activates the Movie Shake Reduction function.
The functions can also be set from the control panel.
1
Introduction
C1
*1
Playback Menu
Menu
Item
Sets an image display interval.
Screen Effect
Sets a transition effect when the next image is displayed.
Off
Starts the slideshow again from the beginning after the last
image is displayed.
Off
Plays back movies during the slideshow.
On
Quick Zoom
Sets the initial magnification when magnifying images.
Off
–
Highlight Alert
Sets overexposed areas to blink red in Standard Information
Display or Histogram Display in playback mode.
Off
–
Auto Image Rotation
Rotates images which were captured with the camera held
vertically or of which the rotation information has been
changed.
On
p.64
Protect All Images
Protects all stored images at once.
–
–
Delete All Images
Deletes all stored images at once.
–
–
Slideshow Repeat Playback
Auto Movie
Playback
B1
Function
Display Duration
3sec.
p.64
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Set-up Menus
1
Menu
Introduction
D1
Item
Default Setting
Page
English
p.31
Sets the date and time and the display format.
01/01/2014
p.32
World Time
Switches between the date and time display of your
hometown city and that of a specified city.
Hometown
p.76
Text Size
Sets whether to magnify the text size when selecting a menu item.
Sound Effects
Switches the operation sound on/off and changes the
volume for In-focus, AE-L, Self-timer, Remote Control,
Change AF Point, and One Push File Format operations.
Changes the display language.
Date Adjustment
LCD
Display
D2
Guide Display
Sets whether to display the operation guides when the
capture mode is changed.
Display Color
Sets the display color of the status screen, control panel and
menu cursor.
Std.
p.32
Volume 3/
All On
–
On
p.34
1
p.12
LCD Display Settings
Adjusts the brightness, saturation and the color of the monitor.
0
–
USB Connection
Sets the USB connection mode when connecting to a
computer.
MSC
p.66
HDMI Out
Sets the output format when connecting to an AV device with
an HDMI input terminal.
Auto
p.65
Folder Name
Sets the folder name in which images are stored.
Date
p.77
Create New Folder
Creates a new folder on the memory card.
–
p.78
File Name
Sets the file name assigned to an image.
IMGP/_IMG
p.79
File No.
Sequential
Numbering
Sets whether to continue the sequential numbering for the
file name when a new folder is created.
On
Reset File Number
Resets the file number setting and returns to 0001 each time
a new folder is created.
–
Sets the photographer and copyright information embedded
in the Exif data.
Off
Copyright Information
22
Function
Language/W
p.79
p.80
Menu
Item
Page
Flicker Reduction
50Hz
–
Auto Power Off
Sets the time until the camera turns off automatically if no
operations are made for a certain period of time.
1min.
p.31
Lights up the main switch lamp, mode dial lamp, E lamp,
and grip lamps when the power is turned on.
High
Lights up the grip lamps during the countdown for Self-timer
shooting.
On
Lights up the grip lamps when shooting with a remote control
unit.
On
Wireless Memory Card
Sets the camera action for when an Eye-Fi card or a Flucard
is used.
–
p.81
Reset
Resets the settings of the direct keys and for the items of the
A menu, C menu, B menu, D menu, control panel, and
playback mode palette.
–
–
Pixel Mapping
Maps out and corrects any defective pixels on the CMOS
sensor.
–
p.90
Dust Removal
Cleans the CMOS sensor by shaking it.
Off
p.89
Sensor Cleaning
Locks the mirror in the up position for cleaning the CMOS
sensor with a blower.
–
p.90
Format
Formats a memory card.
–
p.33
Firmware Info/Options
Displays the camera’s firmware version. You can check the
current firmware version before running an update.
–
–
Other Indicator
Lamps
D3
Indicator
Self-timer
Lamps
Remote Control
D4
Function
p.9
1
Introduction
Default Setting
Cuts down on the screen flicker by setting the power
frequency.
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Custom Setting Menus
1
Menu
Introduction
E1
E2
24
Item
Function
1 EV Steps
Sets the adjustment steps for exposure.
2 Sensitivity Steps
Sets the adjustment steps for ISO sensitivity.
3 Meter Operating Time
Sets the meter operating time.
4 AE-L with AF Locked
Sets whether to lock the exposure value when the focus is
locked.
5 Link AE and AF Point
Default Setting
Page
1/3 EV Steps
p.41
1 EV Step
p.44
10sec.
–
Off
–
Sets whether to link the exposure and AF point in the
focusing area.
Off
p.45
6 Auto EV Compensation
Sets whether to automatically compensate when the proper
exposure cannot be determined.
Off
–
7 Bulb (B) Mode Options
Sets the camera operation when pressing 0 in M
mode.
Type1
–
8 Bracketing Order
Sets the order for Exposure Bracketing shooting.
0-+
p.53
9 One-Push Bracketing
Sets whether to shoot all frames with one release when
using Exposure Bracketing.
Off
p.53
10 WB Adjustable Range
Sets whether to automatically fine-tune the white balance
when the light source is specified for the white balance
setting.
Fixed
p.55
11 WB When Using Flash
Sets the white balance setting for when using a flash.
Auto White
Balance
p.55
12 AWB in Tungsten Light
Sets the tungsten light color tone for when the white balance
is set to [Auto White Balance].
Strong
Correction
p.55
13 Color Temperature Steps
Sets the adjustment steps for color temperature.
Kelvin
p.56
14 Superimpose AF Area
Sets whether to display the active AF point in red in the
viewfinder.
On
p.15
Menu
Default Setting
Page
15 AF.S Setting
Sets the action priority for when the focus mode is set to
x and 0 is fully pressed.
Function
Focus-priority
p.48
16 1st Frame Action in AF.C
Sets the action priority for the first frame when the focus
mode is set to y and 0 is fully pressed.
Release-priority
p.48
17 Action in AF.C Continuous
Sets the action priority during Continuous Shooting when the
focus mode is set to y.
Focus-priority
p.48
18 Hold AF Status
Sets whether to maintain the focus for a certain amount of
time when the subject happens to move out of the selected
focusing area after being focused.
Off
p.48
19 AF with Remote Control
Sets whether to use autofocus when shooting with a remote
control unit.
Off
p.53
20 Release While Charging
Sets whether to release the shutter while the built-in flash is
being charged.
Off
p.46
21 Color Space
Sets the color space to use.
22 Save Rotation Info
Sets whether to save rotation information when shooting.
23 Save Menu Location
Saves the last menu tab displayed on the monitor and
displays it again the next time F is pressed.
24 Catch-in Focus
sRGB
–
On
p.64
Reset Menu
Location
p.17
Sets whether to enable Catch-in Focus shooting when a
manual focus lens is attached. The shutter is released
automatically when the subject comes into focus.
Off
–
25 AF Fine Adjustment
Allows you to precisely fine tune your lenses with the
camera’s autofocus system.
Off
p.51
26 Using Aperture Ring
Sets whether to enable the shutter to release when the lens
aperture ring is set to a position other than 9 (Auto).
Disable
p.86
Reset Custom Functions
Resets all the settings of the Custom Setting menus to the
defaults.
–
–
E4
1
Introduction
E3
Item
25
Attaching the Strap
1 Pass the end of the strap
2
through the strap lug and
secure it on the inside of
the clasp.
Attaching a Lens
1 Make sure that the camera is turned off.
2 Remove the body mount
Getting Started
cover (1) and lens mount
cover (2).
After removing the cover, be sure
to put the lens down with the lens
mount side facing upward.
2 Attach the other end in the same manner.
3 Align the lens mount index
(red dots: 3) on the
camera and the lens, and
secure by turning the lens
clockwise until it clicks.
3
To remove the lens
Attach the lens cap, and then turn
the lens counterclockwise while
pressing the lens unlock button
(4).
4
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u Caution
Using the Battery and Charger
Use the battery D-LI109 and battery charger D-BC109
exclusively developed for this camera.
2
Charging the Battery
1 Connect the AC plug cord to the battery charger.
2 Plug the AC plug cord into the power outlet.
Battery charger
Indicator lamp
Getting Started
• When attaching or removing the lens, choose an environment
that is relatively free of dirt and dust.
• Keep the body mount cover attached on the camera when a
lens is not attached.
• Be sure to attach the lens mount cover and lens cap to the
lens after removing it from the camera.
• Do not insert your fingers inside the lens mount of the camera
or touch the mirror.
• The camera body and lens mount incorporate lens
information contacts. Dirt, dust, or corrosion may damage the
electrical system. Please contact your nearest service center
for professional cleaning.
• We assume no responsibility nor liability for accidents,
damages and malfunctions resulting from the use of lenses
made by other manufacturers.
t Memo
• Refer to “Functions Available with Various Lenses” (p.84) for
details on the functions of each lens.
AC plug cord
27
3 Face the A mark on the
battery up, and insert it
into the battery charger.
2
Getting Started
Insert the battery into the battery
charger at an angle, and then fit
into place.
The indicator lamp is lit while
charging and turns off when the
battery is fully charged.
u Caution
• Do not use the battery charger D-BC109 to charge batteries
other than D-LI109. Charging other batteries may cause
damage or heating.
• Replace the battery with a new one in the following cases:
• If the indicator lamp blinks or does not light after the battery
is inserted correctly
• If the battery starts to run down more quickly even after
being charged (the battery may have reached the end of its
service life)
t Memo
• The maximum charging time is approximately 240 minutes (it
depends on temperature and remaining battery power).
Charge in a location where the temperature is between 0°C
and 40°C (32°F and 104°F).
Inserting/Removing the Battery
u Caution
• Insert the battery correctly. If the battery is inserted
incorrectly, it may not be removed.
• Wipe the electrodes of the battery with a soft dry cloth before
inserting.
• Do not open the battery/memory card cover or remove the
battery while the power is on.
• Be careful as the camera or battery may become hot after the
camera has been used continuously for a long period of time.
• Remove the battery when you will not use the camera for a
long time. The battery may leak and damage the camera if left
installed during prolonged periods of non-use. If the removed
battery will not be used for six months or longer, charge the
battery for about 30 minutes before storing it. Be sure to
recharge the battery every six to twelve months.
• Store the battery in a location where the temperature will
remain at or below room temperature. Avoid locations with
high temperatures.
• The date and time may be reset if you leave the battery out of
the camera for long periods of time. If this happens, set the
current date and time again.
1 Open the battery/memory
card cover.
Slide the battery/memory card
cover unlock lever (1) before
opening the cover.
28
1
2 Face the A mark on the
battery towards the lens,
and insert the battery until
it locks into place.
Using the AC Adapter
2
To remove the battery, push the
battery lock lever in the direction
of 2.
card cover.
1 Make sure that the camera is turned off.
2 Open the battery/memory card cover.
Remove the battery if it is inserted in the camera.
3 Pull out the connection
cable cover (1) on the
right side of the battery/
memory card cover.
1
2
Getting Started
3 Close the battery/memory
We recommend the use of the optional AC adapter kit K-AC128
when using the monitor for a long time or when connecting the
camera to a computer or AV device.
t Memo
• The battery level may not be displayed properly if the camera
is used at low temperatures or when performing Continuous
Shooting for a long time.
• Battery performance temporarily decreases as the
temperature decreases. When using the camera in cold
climates, have extra batteries at hand and keep them warm in
your pocket. Battery performance will return to normal at
room temperature.
• Have extra batteries ready when traveling overseas, or taking
a lot of pictures.
4 Insert the DC coupler into
the battery chamber.
5 Close the battery/memory
card cover.
Make sure that the connection
cable comes out from the
connection cable cover section.
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6 Connect the DC coupler and the AC adapter.
Inserting a Memory Card
The following memory cards can be used with this camera.
• SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card, and SDXC Memory
Card
• Eye-Fi card
• Flucard compatible with this camera
In this manual, these cards are referred to as memory cards.
2
Getting Started
1 Make sure that the camera is turned off.
2 Open the battery/memory
card cover.
1
7 Connect the AC adapter to the AC plug cord, and
plug the cord into the power outlet.
u Caution
• Make sure that the camera is turned off before connecting or
disconnecting the AC adapter.
• Make sure that connections are secure between the
terminals. The memory card or data may be corrupted if the
connection to the power supply is lost while the card is being
accessed.
• After removing the DC coupler, return the connection cable
cover to its original position.
• Be sure to read the manual of the AC adapter kit before using
the AC adapter.
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3 Insert the card all the way
into the memory card slot
with the memory card label
facing toward the monitor.
Push the memory card in once
and release to remove.
4 Close the battery/memory
card cover.
Initial Settings
Turn the camera on and make the initial settings.
Turning the Camera On
• Do not remove the memory card while the card access lamp
(orange) is lit.
• If the battery/memory card cover is opened while the power is
on, the camera turns off. Do not open the cover while the
camera is in use.
• Use this camera to format (initialize) a memory card that is
unused or has been previously used on other devices. (p.33)
• Use a high-speed memory card when recording movies. If the
write speed cannot keep up with the recording speed, the
writing may stop during recording.
t Memo
• When using an Eye-Fi card or a Flucard, refer to “Using a
Wireless Memory Card” (p.81).
[ON].
The lamp lights up in green.
The first time the camera is
turned on after purchase, the
[Language/W] screen appears.
t Memo
• The power automatically turns off when you do not perform
any operations within a set period of time. (Default setting:
1min.) You can change the setting in [Auto Power Off] of the
D3 menu. (p.23)
Getting Started
u Caution
2
1 Turn the main switch to
Setting the Display Language
1 Use ABCD to select the desired language and
press E.
The [Initial Setting] screen
appears in the selected
language.
Proceed to Step 6 if F
(Hometown) does not need to be
changed.
Initial Setting
English
New York
Text Size
Std.
Settings complete
Cancel
2 Press B to move the frame to F and press D.
The [F Hometown] screen appears.
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3 Use CD to select a city.
2
Use V to change the region.
Refer to “List of World Time
Cities” (p.97) for cities that can be
selected as a hometown.
Setting the Date and Time
Hometown
1 Press D, and use AB to
select the date format.
New York
DST
Cancel
Getting Started
The camera returns to the [Initial Setting] screen.
4 Press B, and then press D.
The frame moves to the month if the date format is set to
[mm/dd/yy].
Initial Setting
5 Use AB to set the month.
Std.
Large
New York
Set the day, year and time in the
same manner.
Text Size
Settings complete
Date Adjustment
Date Format
mm/dd/yy
Date
01/01/2014
Time
OK
Cancel
8 Press B to select [Settings
00:00
Settings complete
OK
Cancel
Initial Setting
complete] and press E.
English
New York
Text Size
Std.
Settings complete
Cancel
OK
6 Press B to select [Settings
Date Adjustment
complete] and press E.
Date Format
mm/dd/yy
The [LCD Display] screen
appears.
Date
07/07/2014
Time
10:00
Settings complete
Cancel
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OK
Cancel
The frame returns to [Date Format].
6 Press B to select [Text Size] and press D.
7 Use AB to select [Std.] or
The [Date Adjustment] screen
appears.
00:00
2 Press D, and use AB to select 24h or 12h.
3 Press E.
5 Press E.
Selecting [Large] increases the
text size of the selected menu
items.
01/01/2014
Settings complete
4 Press B to select [DST] (daylight saving time),
[Large], and press E.
mm/dd/yy
Date
Time
OK
and use CD to select Y or Z.
Date Adjustment
Date Format
OK
Setting the LCD Display
1 Use CD to select a color.
Select the display color of the
status screen, control panel and
menu cursor from colors 1 to 12.
Formatting a Memory Card
LCD Display
Display Color
1/
F
Cancel
D4
1 Press F.
The A1 menu appears.
1
250
5.6
OK
The camera switches to capture mode and is ready to take
a picture.
t Memo
• You can change the language, text size, date and time, and
LCD display settings from the D1 menu. (p.22)
2
Getting Started
2 Press E.
2 Use V to display D4 menu.
3 Use AB to select [Format] and press D.
The [Format] screen appears.
4 Press A to select [Format]
and press E.
Formatting starts. When
formatting is completed, the D4
menu reappears.
Format
All data will be deleted
Format
Cancel
OK
5 Press F twice.
u Caution
• Do not remove the memory card while formatting, or the card
may be damaged.
• Formatting deletes all data, both protected and unprotected.
t Memo
• When a memory card is formatted, the volume label “K-S1” is
assigned to the card. When the camera is connected to a
computer, the memory card is recognized as a removable
disk with the name “K-S1”.
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Basic Shooting Operation
Take pictures using the Auto Picture (R) mode in which the
camera automatically selects the optimal capture mode.
2
1 Remove the front lens cap
Getting Started
by pushing the top and
bottom portions as
indicated in the
illustration.
2 Turn the camera on.
3 Set the focus mode switch
to v.
The selected capture mode is
displayed on the monitor (Guide
Display).
y Guide Display settings
(p.22)
R is at the top of the
dial.
R lights up in green.
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F
250
5.6
1600
--
--
5 Look through the
viewfinder to view the
subject.
When using a zoom lens, turn the
zoom ring to the right or left to
change the angle of view.
6 Position the subject inside
the AF frame and press
0 halfway.
P appears and you will hear a
beep when the subject comes
into focus.
y Setting the Sound Effects
(p.22)
4 Turn the mode dial so that
Auto Picture
1/
Focus indicator
7 Press 0 fully.
The captured image is displayed on the monitor (Instant
Review).
Available operations during Instant Review
L
Deletes the image.
V
Magnifies the image.
J
Saves the RAW data of the last JPEG image taken.
y Setting the display for Instant Review (p.20)
t Memo
Shooting with Live View
• You can use the f button to focus on the subject. (p.47)
• You can set the operation and display settings during Instant
Review in [Instant Review] of the A4 menu. (p.20) When
[Display Time] is set to y, Instant Review will be displayed
until the next operation.
1 Press K in Step 5 of
“Basic Shooting
Operation” (p.34).
The Live View image is displayed
on the monitor.
the AF frame on the
monitor and press 0
halfway.
The AF frame turns green and
you will hear a beep when the
subject comes into focus.
1/ 2000
F2.8
1600
99999
Getting Started
2 Position the subject inside
2
AF frame
Available operations during Live View
E
Magnifies the image.
Use V to change the magnification (up to
10×).
Use ABCD to change the area to display.
Press M to return the display area to the
center.
Press E to return to 1× image display.
K
Exits the Live View shooting.
Subsequent steps are the same as shooting with the
viewfinder.
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2 Review the captured image.
Reviewing Images
Available operations
Review the captured image on the monitor.
2
1 Press 3.
Getting Started
The camera enters playback
mode and the most recently
captured image is displayed
(single image display).
C
Displays the previous image.
D
Displays the next image.
L
Deletes the image.
V to the right
Magnifies the image (up to 16×).
Use ABCD to change the area
to display.
Press M to return the display area
to the center.
Press E to return to the entire
image display.
V to the left
Switches to the thumbnail display
(p.62).
J
Saves the RAW data (only when a
JPEG image was taken and the
data remains in the buffer).
G
Changes the type of information
displayed (p.13).
B
Displays the playback mode
palette (p.61).
100-0001
1/ 2000
F2.8
200
0.0
t Memo
• When Jv is displayed on the monitor, the JPEG image
that was just taken can also be saved in RAW format (Save
RAW Data).
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Configuring the Capture Settings
Movie Capture Settings
v/C1
Set the file format for movies in the control panel or [Movie
Capture Settings] of the C1 menu.
Image Capture Settings
v/A1
Recorded Pixels
1920x1080
1:23'45"
Framerate
1:23'45"
OK
Cancel
OK
Set the file format, recorded pixels, and quality level for still
pictures in the control panel or [Image Capture Settings] of the
A1 menu.
99999
JPEG Recorded Pixels
5472x3648
Cancel
99999
Recorded Pixels
Cancel
File Format
OK
Cancel
OK
Framerate
u
30p, 25p, 24p
t
60p, 50p
3
Shooting
File Format
JPEG, RAW, RAW+
JPEG Recorded Pixels q, p, o, r
JPEG Quality
m, l, k
RAW File Format
PEF, DNG
t Memo
• When [File Format] is set to [RAW+], a JPEG image and a
RAW image with the same file number are saved at the same
time.
• [PEF] of [RAW File Format] is a PENTAX original RAW file
format.
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Scene Modes
Taking Still Pictures
Select the capture mode that suits the subject and shooting
conditions.
The following capture modes are available on this camera.
Capture Mode
3
Shooting
R
(Auto Picture
modes)
S
(Scene modes)
Application
Page
Automatically selects the optimal
capture mode from a (Standard),
b (Portrait), c (Landscape),
d (Macro), e (Moving Object),
f (Night Scene Portrait),
g (Sunset), h (Blue Sky) or
i (Forest).
p.34
Offers you various scene modes
to choose from.
p.38
W
Takes images using various
(Effects modes) effects.
p.39
G/H/I/J/
K/L/M
(Exposure
modes)
p.40
Changes the shutter speed,
aperture value, and sensitivity.
t Memo
• The functions that can be set vary depending on the capture
mode. Refer to “Restrictions on Each Capture Mode” (p.82)
for details.
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1 Set the mode dial to S.
The scene mode selection screen appears.
2 Select a scene mode.
Portrait
For capturing portraits.
Reproduces a healthy
and bright skin tone
Cancel
OK
b
Portrait
For capturing portraits. Reproduces
a healthy and bright skin tone.
c
Landscape
For capturing landscape views.
Reproduces the vivid green of trees.
d
Macro
For capturing tiny objects at close
focus range like flowers, coins,
jewelry, and more.
e
Moving
Object
For capturing images of fast moving
subjects.
f
For capturing images of people in
Night Scene
low light conditions, such as dusk or
Portrait
at night.
g
Sunset
For capturing sunrises or sunsets in
beautiful, vivid color.
h
Blue Sky
For capturing images of blue sky.
Produces a more impressive deep blue.
i
Forest
Enhances colors of trees and
sunbeams through foliage and
produces a vivid color image.
j
Night Scene Used for shooting at night.
k
Takes three consecutive images at
Night Scene three different exposure levels to
HDR
create a single composite image
from them.
Night Snap
For taking snapshots in poorly lit
place.
m
Food
For capturing images of food.
Saturation will be rather high to
make food look appetizing.
o
Pet
For capturing moving pets.
p
Kids
For capturing moving kids.
Reproduces healthy and bright skin
tone.
q
For capturing images of dazzling
Surf & Snow backgrounds, such as snowy
mountains.
s
Backlight
Silhouette
Produces a silhouette image of
subject in backlight condition.
t
Candlelight
For capturing scenes in candlelight.
u
Stage
Lighting
For capturing moving subjects in
poorly lit place.
v
Museum
For capturing images in places
where a flash is prohibited.
3 Press E.
The camera is in standby mode.
Turn V to change the scene mode.
t Memo
• You can change the scene mode also from the control panel
or the A1 menu.
1 Set the mode dial to W.
The effects mode palette appears.
2 Select an effects mode.
Faded Color
3
Cancel
Faded Color
Clear Tone
Brilliant Color
Unicolor Bold
Vintage Color
OK
Cross Processing
Warm Fade
Bold Monochrome
Infrared Filter
Vibrant Color Enhance
Shooting
l
Effects Modes
3 Press E.
The camera is in standby mode.
Turn V to change the effects mode.
4 Press B to change the parameters.
The parameter setting screen appears.
5 Use CD to change the
Faded Color
parameters.
When shooting with the
viewfinder, press M to display
the preview.
OK
Cancel
Check
When shooting with Live View,
the image is displayed with the selected effects applied.
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6 Press E.
Exposure Modes
The camera returns to standby mode.
x: Available
t Memo
3
• You can change the effects mode also from the control panel
or the A1 menu.
• During Live View, the design of the effects mode palette
differs from the one shown in Step 2.
Mode
×: Not available
Change
Change EV ComAperture
Sensitivity pensation
Value
Shooting
# *1
# *1
x
x
u Caution
G
Program Automatic
Exposure
• Since the W mode uses a specific combination of
White Balance, Custom Image, and Digital Filter, you cannot
set these settings by choice.
H
Sensitivity Priority
Automatic Exposure
×
×
x *2
x
I
Shutter Priority
Automatic Exposure
x
×
x
x
J
Aperture Priority
Automatic Exposure
×
x
x
x
K
Shutter & Aperture
Priority Automatic
Exposure
x
x
x *3
×
L
Manual Exposure
x
x
x *2
×
M
Bulb Exposure
×
x
x *2
×
*1
*2
*3
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Change
Shutter
Speed
#: Restricted
You can set the value to be changed in [Button Customization] of the
A4 menu. (p.74)
[ISO AUTO] is not available.
Fixed to [ISO AUTO].
t Memo
1 Turn the mode dial to select the desired
V appears on the status screen
for the value that can be
changed.
1/
F
30
4.5
100
99999
The value that can be changed is
underlined in the viewfinder.
During Live View, D appears for
the value that can be changed.
1/ 30
2 Turn V.
In K/L mode, press J to
select the value to be changed.
F4.5
100
Auto
Applies Noise Reduction according to the shutter
speed, sensitivity, and internal temperature of the
camera.
On
Applies Noise Reduction when the shutter speed is
slower than 1 second.
Off
Does not apply Noise Reduction at any shutter
speed.
99999
3
Shooting
• The settings for exposure can be specified in increments of 1/3
EV steps. In [1 EV Steps] of the E1 menu, you can change the
adjustment steps to 1/2 EV steps.
• A proper exposure may not be obtained with the selected
shutter speed and aperture value when the sensitivity is set
to a certain sensitivity.
• In L mode, the difference from the proper exposure is
displayed on the EV bar scale while exposure is adjusted.
• In M mode, [Drive Mode] cannot be set to [Continuous
Shooting] or [Exposure Bracketing].
• You can set the function of the M button for when the camera
is in L/K mode. Set in [Button Customization] of the A4
menu. (p.75)
• When shooting with a low shutter speed, you can reduce
image noise from the control panel or [Slow Shutter Speed
NR] of the A2 menu.
exposure mode.
Checking the Depth of Field (Preview)
When [Optical Preview] or [Digital Preview] is assigned to M
in [Green Button] of [Button Customization] in the A4 menu,
you can check the depth of field before taking pictures.
(p.73)
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t Memo
EV Compensation
The compensation value can be set between -5 and +5 EV (-2
and +2 EV in C mode).
1 Press J, and then turn V.
Shooting
1/
F
250
5.6
1600
99999
Available operations
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Locking the Exposure
To lock the exposure before shooting, use [AE Lock]. The
AE Lock function can be used by assigning it to the f
button. (p.73)
3
e and the compensation value
are displayed on the status
screen, Live View screen, and in
the viewfinder during adjustment.
• Exposure Bracketing shooting enables you to take pictures
while automatically changing exposure. (p.53)
J
Starts/ends adjusting the compensation value.
M
Resets the adjustment value to the default
setting.
4 Press 0 fully.
Recording Movies
Movie recording starts.
In the upper left area of the monitor, “REC” blinks and the
size of the file being recorded is displayed.
1 Turn the main switch to
5 Press 0 fully again.
C.
Movie recording stops.
6 Return the main switch to the [ON] position to
exit C mode.
The camera returns to shooting with the viewfinder in A
mode.
Sound
u Caution
10'30"
Recordable Time
2 Turn the mode dial to select the desired capture
mode.
The following settings are available depending on the
capture mode.
W
Select an effects mode.
J/K/L
Set the exposure. (The aperture value can
be set only before shooting. In L mode,
the sensitivity can also be changed.)
Other modes
The camera operates in G mode.
• When recording a movie with sound, the camera operation
sounds are also recorded.
• When recording a movie with an image processing function
such as Digital Filter applied, the movie file may be saved with
some frames omitted.
• If the internal temperature of the camera becomes high
during recording, the recording may be terminated.
Shooting
The lamp lights red and the Live
View image is displayed.
3
t Memo
• You can change the movie settings from the control panel or
the C1 menu. (p.21)
• The sound level for the recording can be set from the control
panel or [Recording Sound Level] of the C1 menu. When
[Manual] is selected, [Volume] can be set from 0 to 5.
• You can record a movie continuously up to 4 GB or 25
minutes. When the memory card is full, recording stops.
3 Focus on the subject.
In v mode, press 0 halfway.
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Playing Back Movies
Setting the Exposure
1 Display the movie to play
100-0001
back in single image
display of the playback
mode.
3
Sensitivity
10'30"
Available operations
Shooting
A
Plays back/pauses a movie.
D
Forwards a frame (when
paused).
Press and hold D
Fast-forwards playback.
C
Reverses a frame (when
paused).
Press and hold C
Fast-reverses playback.
B
Stops playback.
V
Adjusts the volume (6 levels).
J
Saves the displayed frame as a
JPEG file (when paused).
t Memo
• In [Movie Edit] of the playback mode palette, movies can be
divided or selected frames can be deleted. (p.70)
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W
1 Press A in standby mode.
2 Use AB to select an item.
Sets the range to be
ISO adjusted automatically.
AUTO The upper limit can be
changed.
ISO
100 -
3200
100
Cancel
OK
Sets a fixed value
between ISO 100 to
ISO 51200.
3 Use V to change the value.
4 Press E.
The camera returns to standby mode.
t Memo
• The adjustment steps for ISO sensitivity is 1 EV step. To
adjust the sensitivity in accordance with the EV step setting
for exposure, set from [2 Sensitivity Steps] of the E1 menu.
Noise Reduction when Shooting with
a High ISO Sensitivity
You can set the Noise Reduction
setting when shooting with a high ISO
sensitivity in the control panel or
[High-ISO NR] of the A2 menu.
v/A2
AE Metering
v/A1
Choose the part of the sensor to use for measuring brightness
and determining exposure.
Set in the control panel or [AE
AE Metering
Multi-segment
Metering] of the A1 menu.
High-ISO NR
Auto
OK
Cancel
Cancel
OK
Meters the brightness in multiple different
Multizones of the sensor.
segment In backlit locations, this mode automatically
adjusts exposure.
Low/
Medium/
High
Applies Noise Reduction at constant chosen
level throughout ISO range.
A
Custom
Applies Noise Reduction at user-defined levels
for each ISO setting.
Off
Does not apply Noise Reduction at any ISO
setting.
Meters the brightness with an emphasis on the
center of the sensor.
CenterB
The sensitivity increases at the center and no
weighted
automatic adjustment is performed even in
backlit conditions.
When [Custom] is selected, the noise
reduction level can be set according
to the ISO sensitivity in the A2
menu.
ISO
ISO
ISO
ISO
ISO
ISO
ISO
High-ISO NR
100
200
400
800
1600
3200
6400
Reset
1
C Spot
3
Shooting
Auto
Applies Noise Reduction at optimally calculated
levels throughout ISO range.
Meters the brightness only within a limited
area at the center of the sensor.
Useful when the subject is small.
t Memo
• In [5 Link AE and AF Point] of the E1 menu, the metering
point and the AF point can be linked.
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Using the Built-in Flash
1 Press C in standby mode.
2 Select a flash mode.
Y
Auto Flash Discharge
3
Shooting
A
Auto Flash
Discharge
Auto Flash
B +Red-eye
Reduction
Discharges a flash for each picture.
D
Discharges a pre-flash for red-eye reduction
before the main flash and discharges a flash
for each picture.
E
Slow-speed
Sync
Sets to a slow shutter speed.
Use this, for example, when shooting a portrait
with the sunset in the background.
H
G
K
Cancel
0.0
OK
The camera returns to standby mode.
5 Press 1.
The built-in flash is popped up.
Discharges a pre-flash for red-eye reduction
before an automatic flash.
Flash On
+Red-eye
Reduction
eye
46
Automatically measures the ambient light and
determines whether to use the flash.
Flash On
Slow-speed
+1.0
4 Press E.
OK
C
F Sync+Red-
Auto Flash Discharge
output or when K is
selected, press B and
then use V to adjust the
value.
Press M to reset to the default
setting.
0.0
Cancel
3 To compensate the flash
Discharges a pre-flash for red-eye reduction
before the main flash is discharged with Slowspeed Sync.
Trailing
Curtain
Sync
Discharges a flash immediately before closing
the shutter.
Sets to a slow shutter speed.
Captures moving objects as if they are leaving
a light trail behind them.
Manual
Flash
Discharge
Sets the amount of flash discharge between
FULL and 1/128 power.
t Memo
• The flash modes that can be selected vary depending on the
capture mode.
Capture Mode
Selectable Flash Mode
R, S *1
W, G, H, J
C, D, E, F, H, K
I, K, L, M
C, D, G, K
*1
A, B, C, D
The flash is not available in some scene modes. (p.82)
• You cannot take pictures while the flash is being charged. If
you want to take pictures while charging the flash, set [20
Release While Charging] in the E3 menu.
• Depending on the lens being used, the use of the built-in flash
may be limited. (p.85)
• When the built-in flash is used in J mode, the shutter speed
automatically changes over a range from 1/180 seconds to a
slow shutter speed depending on the lens being used. The
shutter speed is locked at 1/180 seconds when a lens other
than a DA, DA L, D FA, FA J, FA or F lens is used.
• When the built-in flash is used in I, K or L mode, any
desired shutter speed of 1/180 seconds or slower can be set.
• The built-in flash is optimum for a subject at a distance from
approx. 0.7 m to 5 m. Vignetting may occur when used at a
distance closer than 0.7 m (this distance varies slightly
depending on the lens being used and the sensitivity setting).
Guide
Number
Sensitivity
Guide
Number
ISO 100
Approx. 10
ISO 3200
Approx. 56.6
ISO 200
Approx. 14.1
ISO 6400
Approx. 80
ISO 400
Approx. 20
ISO 12800
Approx. 113
ISO 800
Approx. 28.3
ISO 25600
Approx. 160
ISO 1600
Approx. 40
ISO 51200
Approx. 226
• For details on using an external flash, refer to “Functions
when Using an External Flash” (p.87).
Set the focus mode switch to v or
w.
3
The autofocus method for shooting with the viewfinder differs
from that for shooting with Live View.
TTL phase-matching autofocus:
Select from x, y, or z
mode which enables automatically
switching between x and y.
Shooting with the
(p.48)
viewfinder
Set the focusing area in [AF Active Area].
(p.49)
Faster autofocus performance than
“contrast detection AF” is possible.
Shooting
Sensitivity
Setting the Focus Method
Contrast detection AF:
Shooting with Live
Face Detection and Tracking are
View
available. (p.50)
t Memo
• You can use f to focus on the
subject. The f button operation
can be set in [Button
Customization] of the A4 menu.
(p.73)
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t Memo
Setting the AF Mode when
Shooting with the Viewfinder
v/A1
1 Press G in standby mode.
2 Select [AF Mode] and press E.
The [AF Mode] screen appears.
3
3 Select an autofocus mode
AF Mode
Shooting
and press E.
Cancel
OK
z
Switches automatically between x and
Auto-select
y modes according to the subject.
mode
x
Single
mode
When 0 is pressed halfway and the
subject comes into focus, the focus is locked
at that position.
The AF assist light turns on as necessary.
The subject is kept in focus by continuous
adjustment while 0 is pressed
halfway.
y
Continuous P appears in the viewfinder when the
subject comes into focus.
mode
The shutter can be released even if the
subject is not in focus.
The control panel reappears.
4 Press F.
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The camera returns to standby mode.
• The following settings for autofocus operation can be set in
the E3 menu.
15 AF.S Setting
Focus-priority, Release-priority
16 1st Frame
Action in AF.C
Release-priority, Auto, Focus-priority
17 Action in AF.C
Continuous
Focus-priority, Auto, FPS-priority
18 Hold AF Status
Off, Low, Medium, High
• In [18 Hold AF Status], you can set whether to immediately
reactivate autofocus or to maintain the focus for a certain
amount of time before activating autofocus when the subject
happens to move out of the selected focusing area after being
focused. The default setting is to immediately activate
autofocus when focusing is unsuccessful.
• In S mode, [AF Mode] is fixed to x or y depending
on the set scene. (p.82)
• In R mode, [AF Mode] is fixed to z.
Selecting the Focusing Area (AF Point)
v/A1
1 Press G in standby mode.
2 Select [AF Active Area] and press E.
The camera returns to standby mode.
If you selected E or 8 in Step 3, proceed to Step 5.
5 Select the desired AF
The [AF Active Area] screen appears.
3 Select the desired focus
point.
1/
F
250
5.6
800
AF Active Area
Auto (11 AF Points)
99999
Available operations
Cancel
OK
Out of the 11 AF points, the camera
Auto (11
6 AF Points) automatically selects the optimum
focusing area.
ABCD
Changes the AF point.
E
Returns the AF point to the
center.
Press and hold E
Switches the function of the
arrow keys (ABCD) to that
for Change AF Point or the
direct key operation.
Out of the 5 AF points, the camera
Auto (5 AF
automatically selects the optimum
7
Points)
focusing area.
E Select
Sets the focusing area to the user
selected point from 11 points.
Sets the focusing area to the user selected
point from 11 points. When the subject
Expanded happens to move out of the selected
8
focusing area after being focused, 8
Area AF
peripheral points are used as back-up points.
Not available in x mode.
D Spot
3
Shooting
point selection mode and
press E.
4 Press F.
t Memo
• When the AF point can be changed, the E lamp turns off.
• To change the AF point from the menu, set in [AF Active Area]
of [AF Settings] in the A1 menu.
• You can also set the camera so that switching to the Change
AF Point mode by pressing and holding E can be operated
with M. (p.73)
Sets the focusing area to the center of the
11 points.
The control panel reappears.
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Setting the AF Mode during Live View
v/A3
The camera returns to standby mode.
If you selected g or h in Step 3, proceed to Step 5.
1 Press G in standby mode in Live View.
2 Select [Contrast AF] and press E.
5 Press and hold E.
6 Select the AF area.
The [Contrast AF] screen appears.
3
3 Select an autofocus mode
and press E.
Use the frame that appears on
the monitor to change the
position and size of the AF area.
Contrast AF
Face Detection
Shooting
OK
Cancel
e
OK
Detects and tracks faces of people.
Face
The main face detection frame for AF
Detection
and AE is displayed in yellow.
Face
Used when facing the camera toward
j Detection
yourself and taking a picture.
Assist
50
4 Press F.
Tracks the subject in focus.
The shutter can be released even if the
subject is not in focus.
f
Tracking
g
Sets the focusing area to the desired area.
The sensor is divided into 35 areas (7
Multiple
horizontal by 5 vertical), and you can select a
AF Points
wider or narrower focusing area by using 35,
25, 15, 9, or just 1 of those 35 areas available.
h
Select
Sets the focusing area by the pixel.
i
Spot
Sets the focusing area to a limited area
at the center.
The control panel reappears.
Available operations
ABCD
Changes the position of the AF area.
V
Increases/reduces the size of the AF
area (when g is selected).
M
Returns the AF area to the center.
7 Press E.
The AF area is set.
u Caution
• When f is selected, the focus lock operation (composition
adjustment with the half press of 0) does not work.
t Memo
• When set to j, the number of faces detected can be
confirmed by the number of lit grip lamps (0 to 5).
• To change the setting from the menu, set in [Contrast AF] of
[Live View] in the A3 menu.
• When [Focus Peaking] is set to [On] in the control panel or
[Live View] of the A3 menu, the outline of the subject in
focus is emphasized and makes it easier to check the focus.
This function works in both v and w modes.
AF Fine Adjustment
E4
Setting the Drive Mode
You can precisely fine tune your lenses with the camera’s
autofocus system.
You can choose from the following drive modes.
1 Select [25 AF Fine Adjustment] in E4 menu and
Single Frame Shooting
Normal capture mode
(L)
press D.
The [25 AF Fine Adjustment] screen appears.
Apply All
Applies the same adjustment value to all lenses.
Saves an adjustment value for the lens being
Apply One
used. (Up to 20 values)
3 Select [Setting] and adjust
the value.
25 AF Fine Adjustment
3 Apply One
Setting
±0
±0
Self-timer
(O/P)
Releases the shutter about 12
seconds or 2 seconds after 0
is pressed.
Remote Control
(Q/R)
Enables shooting with remote control.
Select from [Remote Control] or
[Remote Control (3 sec. delay)].
OK
Available operations
u Caution
• There are restrictions on some drive modes when used in some
capture modes or in combination with some other functions. (p.82)
D/V to the right
Adjusts the focus to a closer position.
t Memo
C/V to the left
Adjusts the focus to a farther position.
M
Resets the adjustment value to the
default setting.
• Only 4 (Remote Control Off) or Q can be selected in C mode.
• The Drive Mode setting is saved even after the power is
turned off. If [Drive Mode] is set to [Off] in [Memory] of the A4
menu, the setting returns to Single Frame Shooting when the
power is turned off. (p.76)
• The Shake Reduction function is automatically turned off
when Self-timer or Remote Control is selected.
• When the drive mode that employs the self-timer or remote
control is selected, exposure may be affected by the light
entering through the viewfinder. In such a case, use the AE
Lock function. (p.42)
4 Press E.
The adjustment value is saved.
5 Press F twice.
The camera returns to standby mode.
3
Exposure Bracketing Takes three consecutive images at
(T)
different exposure levels.
Reset Individual Settings
Cancel
Continuously takes pictures while
Continuous Shooting 0 is kept pressed.
(Z/b)
The framerate varies according to
the shutter speed.
Shooting
2 Select [Apply All] or [Apply One] and press E.
Z
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Continuous Shooting
Self-timer
1 Press D in standby mode.
1 Press D in standby mode.
The Drive Mode screen appears.
2 Select Z and press B.
The Drive Mode screen appears.
2 Select O and press B.
Continuous Shooting (H)
Self-timer (12 sec.)
3
Shooting
Cancel
OK
3 Select Z or b and press E.
3 Select O or P and press E.
t Memo
4 Press 0 halfway, then fully.
The camera returns to standby mode.
• In x mode, the focus position is locked in the first frame.
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Cancel
OK
The camera returns to standby mode.
The grip lamps blink.
When the remaining time for the timer becomes 5 seconds
or less, the number of blinking grip lamps changes in order
from 5 to 0, according to the number of seconds remaining.
The shutter will be released about 12 seconds or 2
seconds.
Remote Control
Exposure Bracketing
1 Press D in standby mode.
1 Press D in standby mode.
The Drive Mode screen appears.
2 Select Q and press B.
The Drive Mode screen appears.
2 Select T and press B.
3 Set the bracket value.
Remote Control
3
OK
3 Select Q or R and press E.
The camera returns to standby mode.
The grip lamps blink.
When set to R, the number of blinking grip lamps changes
in order from 3 to 0, according to the number of seconds
remaining.
4 Press 0 halfway.
5 Point the remote control unit towards the remote
control receiver on the front of the camera, and
press the shutter release button on the remote
control unit.
t Memo
• The maximum operating distance of the remote control unit is
approx. 4 m from the front of the camera.
• To adjust focus with remote control, set in [19 AF with Remote
Control] of the E3 menu.
• When using the Remote Control Waterproof O-RC1, the
autofocus system can be operated with the q button on the
remote control unit. The r button cannot be used.
Cancel
±0EV
±0.3EV
OK
Available operations
V
Changes the bracket value (up to
±3 EV)
JV
Adjusts the exposure
compensation value.
M
Resets the adjustment value to the
default setting.
Shooting
Cancel
Exposure Bracketing
4 Press E.
The camera returns to standby mode.
t Memo
• You can set the bracketing order in [8 Bracketing Order] of the
E2 menu.
• The bracket value can be set in increments of 1/3 EV steps or
1/2 EV steps according to the [1 EV Steps] setting made in
the E1 menu.
• Set [9 One-Push Bracketing] to [On] in the E2 menu to shoot
the specified number of images with one press of 0.
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Setting the White Balance
X
1 Press B in standby mode.
The White Balance setting screen appears.
2 Select the White Balance.
M
Uses Digital Preview to preview the
background image with the white balance
setting applied.
J
Saves the preview image (only when the
image can be saved).
Auto White Balance
Proceed to Step 5 if you do not need to fine-tune the white
balance.
3
Shooting
WB±
Cancel
Check
OK
3 Press G.
The fine-tuning screen appears.
g Auto White Balance
g u Multi Auto White Balance
h
Daylight
i
Shade
j
Cloudy
k
q
r
s
t
l
Tungsten
m
Flash
Fluorescent - Daylight Color
Fluorescent - Daylight White
Fluorescent - Cool White
Fluorescent - Warm White
n Color Temperature Enhancement
o Manual White Balance
p
54
Available operations when shooting with the
viewfinder
Color Temperature
G3
A2
±0
Cancel
Available operations
AB
Adjust: Green-Magenta
CD
Adjust: Blue-Amber
M
Resets the adjustment value to the default
setting.
4 Press E.
The screen of Step 2 reappears.
5 Press E.
The camera returns to standby mode.
OK
t Memo
• When u is set, even if various light sources are present at
the shooting location, the camera automatically adjusts the
white balance according to the light source of each area.
• The following settings for the white balance can be set in the
E2 menu.
10 WB Adjustable Range
Fixed, Auto Adjustment
11 WB When Using Flash
Auto White Balance, Multi
Auto White Balance, Flash,
Unchanged
Strong Correction, Subtle
Correction
13 Color Temperature Steps Kelvin, Mired
You can measure the white balance at a selected location.
1 Select o in Step 2 of
“Setting the White
Balance” (p.54).
Manual White Balance
Adjust
WB±
Cancel
Check
OK
2 Under the light you wish to measure the white
balance of, select a white area as the subject,
and press 0 fully.
The captured image is displayed.
3
Shooting
12 AWB in Tungsten Light
Adjusting the White Balance Manually
3 Use ABCD to specify
the measuring area.
Cancel
OK
4 Press E.
The White Balance setting screen reappears.
[The operation could not be completed correctly] appears
when measuring is unsuccessful. Press E to remeasure
the white balance and return to Step 3.
t Memo
• You can copy the white balance settings of a captured image
and save them as manual white balance settings in [Save as
Manual WB] of the playback mode palette. (p.61)
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Adjusting the White Balance with Color
Temperature
Controlling the Image Finishing
Tone
Specify the white balance with the color temperature.
When you want to take pictures with a slightly different style,
you can set the desired picture style before shooting.
Try out the various settings, and find your best picture style.
1 Select p in Step 2 of “Setting the White
Balance” (p.54).
3
Shooting
2 Press G.
3 Adjust the color
Custom Image
1 Select [Custom Image] in the control panel, and
temperature.
Set the color temperature value
within the range from 2500K to
10000K.
v/A1
press E.
±0
The Custom Image setting screen appears.
±0
±0
Cancel
OK
2 Select an image finishing
Bright
tone.
Available operations
V
ABCD
Changes the color temperature in
increments of 100 Kelvin.
Fine-tunes the color temperature.
4 Press E.
The White Balance setting screen reappears.
t Memo
• Select [Mired] in [13 Color Temperature Steps] of the E2
menu to set the color temperature in increments of 20 Mired.
However, figures are converted to and displayed in Kelvin.
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Parameter Adj.
Cancel
Check
Bright
Natural
Portrait
Landscape
Vibrant
Radiant
Muted
Bleach Bypass
Reversal Film
Monochrome
Cross Processing
OK
Available operations when shooting with the viewfinder
u Caution
M
Uses Digital Preview to preview the background
image with the selected setting applied.
• This function is not available when in R, S, or W
mode.
J
Saves the preview image (only when the image
can be saved).
Saving the Cross Processing Settings of a Captured Image
Proceed to Step 6 if you do not need to change the parameters.
3 Press G.
The parameter setting screen appears.
1 Press B in single image display of playback mode.
Saturation
The playback mode palette appears.
2 Select j and press E.
Cancel
Available operations
AB
Selects a parameter.
CD
Adjusts the value.
V
Switches between [Sharpness] and [Fine
Sharpness]. (Not available in C mode)
M
Resets the adjustment value to the default
setting.
5 Press E.
The screen of Step 2 reappears.
6 Press E.
The control panel reappears.
7 Press F.
The camera returns to standby mode.
OK
The camera searches for cross processed images starting
from the most recent image taken.
[No cross processed image] appears if there are no cross
processed images.
3 Use V to select a cross
processed image.
3
Shooting
4 Set the parameters.
The outcome of Cross Processing varies each time a picture is
taken. If you take a cross processed image that you like, you
can save the Cross Processing settings used in the image so
that you can repeatedly use the same settings.
100-0001
Saves this image's Cross
Processing settings
Save as Favorite 1
Save as Favorite 2
Save as Favorite 3
Cancel
OK
4 Select the “Favorite” number 1, 2 or 3 to save
the settings, and press E.
The settings of the selected image are saved as your
“Favorite” settings.
t Memo
• The saved Cross Processing settings can be loaded by
selecting [Cross Processing] in Step 2 of “Custom Image”
(p.56), and selecting one of the Favorite settings 1 to 3 for the
parameter.
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Digital Filter
v/A1
4 Set the parameters.
Extracted Color 1
1 Select [Digital Filter] in the control panel, and
press E.
The Digital Filter setting screen appears.
Cancel
2 Select a filter.
3
Extract Color
Shooting
Extract Color
Replace Color
Toy Camera
Retro
High Contrast
Shading
Invert Color
Unicolor Bold
Bold Monochrome
Available operations when shooting with the
viewfinder
M
Uses Digital Preview to preview the
background image with the selected effect
applied.
J
Saves the preview image (only when the
image can be saved).
Proceed to Step 6 if you do not need to change the
parameters.
3 Press G.
The parameter setting screen appears.
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OK
Available operations
Select [No Filter] to not shoot with
a digital filter.
Parameter Adj.
Cancel
Check
Check
OK
AB
Selects a parameter.
CD
Adjusts the value.
5 Press E.
The screen of Step 2 reappears.
6 Press E.
The control panel reappears.
7 Press F.
The camera returns to standby mode.
u Caution
• This function cannot be used in some capture modes or in
combination with some other functions. (p.82)
• [Digital Filter] of the A1 menu cannot be selected in C
mode. When in C mode, set from [Digital Filter] of the C1
menu.
• Depending on the filter used, it may take longer to save
images.
t Memo
• Images can also be processed with digital filters in playback
mode. (p.68)
HDR Capture
Correcting Images
Brightness Adjustment
Highlight Correction/Shadow Correction
v/A2
Highlight Correction
Auto
Shadow Correction
Auto
HDR Capture
Auto
Cancel
OK
u Caution
• This function cannot be used in some capture modes or in
combination with some other functions. (p.82)
• [File Format] is fixed to [JPEG]. When [File Format] is set to
[RAW] or [RAW+], the setting is changed to [JPEG].
• For HDR Capture, multiple images are combined together to
create a single image, so it will take time to save the image.
3
Shooting
Expands the dynamic range and enables a wider range of tones
to be recorded by the CMOS sensor and reduces the
occurrence of overexposed/underexposed areas.
Set in the control panel or [D-Range Settings] of the A2 menu.
Takes three consecutive images at
three different exposure levels to
create a single composite picture with
them.
Set in the control panel or [HDR
Capture] of the A1 menu.
v/A1
t Memo
Cancel
OK
Cancel
OK
u Caution
• When the sensitivity is set to less than ISO 200, [Highlight
Correction] cannot be set to [On].
• When k of the scene modes is selected, specific HDR
settings are used and HDR Capture cannot be set.
• If this function was set from the A1 menu, [On] and [Off] can
be selected for [Auto Align].
t Memo
• [Highlight Correction] in C mode can be set to [Auto] or [Off].
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Lens Correction
The following features can be set
from the control panel or [Lens
Correction] of the A2 menu.
v/A2
3
OK
Shooting
Distortion
Correction
Reduces distortions occurring due to lens
properties.
Lat-ChromaticAb Adj
Reduces lateral chromatic aberrations
occurring due to lens properties.
Type1
Takes pictures balancing the resolution and
moiré reduction.
Peripheral
Illumin. Corr.
Reduces peripheral light fall-off occurring
due to lens properties.
Type2
Prioritizes moiré reduction.
Diffraction
Correction
Corrects blur caused by diffraction when
narrowing the aperture.
t Memo
• Corrections can only be made when a compatible lens is
attached. (p.84) The features are disabled when using an
accessory such as a rear converter that is attached between
the camera and the lens.
• When [File Format] is set to [RAW] or [RAW+], correction
information is saved as a RAW file parameter and you can
select whether to apply the correction to the images when
developing them. For the RAW Development function, [Color
Fringe Correction] can also be set. (p.71)
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v/A3
By shaking the Shake Reduction unit, a moiré reduction effect
simulating that of a low-pass filter can be achieved.
Set in the control panel or [AA Filter
99999
AA Filter Simulator
Off
Simulator] of the A3 menu.
Distortion Correction
On
Cancel
Anti-Aliasing Filter Simulator
Cancel
OK
Takes consecutive images in order with [AA Filter
Bracketing Simulator] set to [Off], [Type1], and [Type2] (3
images are taken with one press of 0).
u Caution
• This function cannot be used in the following situations.
• When [HDR Capture] is set
• In C mode
• [Bracketing] cannot be selected in the following situations.
• When e, o, or p of the scene modes is selected
• In M mode
• When [Drive Mode] is set to [Continuous Shooting] or
[Exposure Bracketing]
• When the number of storable images is 2 or less
Function
Page
j
Save Cross
Processing
Saves the settings used for
an image captured in Cross
Processing mode of Custom
Image as your “Favorite”
settings.
Playback functions can be set from
the playback mode palette as well as
the B1 menu (p.21).
Press B in single image display of
the playback mode to display the
playback mode palette.
Item
Image Rotation
p.57
Rotates captured images.
Useful for image playback on
TV and other display devices
Exit
k
Develops RAW images into
RAW
*3 JPEG images and saves
Development
them as a new file.
Function
OK
p.71
Page
l
Movie Edit *4
Divides a movie or deletes
unwanted segments.
Image
Rotation *1
Changes the rotation
information of images.
p.70
p.64
b
Digital Filter *1
Processes images with
digital filters.
p.68
c
Color Moiré
Correction *1 *2
Reduces color moiré in
images.
p.68
d
Resize *1 *2
Changes the number of
recorded pixels of the image.
p.67
e
Cropping *1
Crops out only the desired
area of an image.
p.67
f
Protect
Protects images from being
accidentally erased.
p.77
h
Slideshow
Plays back images one after
another.
p.64
i
Saves the white balance
Save as Manual settings of the captured
*1
image as Manual White
WB
Balance.
a
m
Eye-Fi Image
Transfer *1 *5
Transfers selected images
wirelessly using an optional
Eye-Fi card.
p.81
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
Not available when a movie is displayed.
Not available when a RAW image is displayed.
Available only when a RAW image is saved.
Available only when a movie is displayed.
Available only when an Eye-Fi card is inserted.
4
Playback
Item
Playback Mode Palette Items
p.55
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Changing the Playback Method
1 Press L in Step 1 of “Displaying Multiple
Images” (p.62).
Displaying Multiple Images
You can display 6, 12, 20, 35 or 80 thumbnail images at the
same time.
1 Turn V to the left in
4
Deleting Selected Images
2 Select the images to
001/500
100-0505
delete.
100-0505
playback mode.
Playback
The multi-image display screen
appears.
Available operations
ABCD
Moves the selection frame.
E
Confirms/cancels the selection of the
image to delete.
J
Selects the range of images to delete.
V
Shows the selected image in single
image display.
Use CD to select a different image.
Available operations
ABCD
Moves the selection frame.
G
Shows the
display style
selection
screen.
L
2 Press E.
100-0505
12 Thumbnail Display
Deletes the selected images.
The selected image appears in single image display.
In the upper left area of the monitor, the number of selected
images is displayed.
3 Press L.
The delete confirmation screen appears.
4 Select [Delete] and press E.
t Memo
62
• You can select up to 500 images at a time.
• Protected images cannot be selected.
• You can delete the images selected individually along with
the images selected by specifying the range to delete.
• Use the same steps to select multiple images for the following
functions.
• RAW Development (p.71)
• Protect (p.77)
• Eye-Fi Image Transfer (p.81)
Displaying Images by Folder
The folder display screen
appears.
Images are grouped and displayed by shooting date.
1 Press G in Step 1 of “Displaying Multiple
Images” (p.62).
The display style selection screen appears.
1 Turn V to the left in Step 1
of “Displaying Multiple
Images” (p.62).
Displaying Images by Shooting Date
100_0707
100
104
101
105
102
106
103
2 Select [Calendar Filmstrip
Display].
107
123
ABCD
Moves the selection frame.
L
Deletes the selected folder.
2 Press E.
The images in the selected folder are displayed.
Deleting a Folder
1 Select a folder to delete in Step 1 of “Displaying
Images by Folder” (p.63), and press L.
The delete confirmation screen appears.
2 Select [Delete] and press E.
100-0505
4
2/5
Shooting Thumbnail
date
Available operations
AB
Selects a shooting date.
CD
Selects an image taken on the
selected shooting date.
V to the right
Shows the selected image in single
image display.
L
Deletes the selected image.
Playback
Available operations
2014.7
10
12
21
25
2014.8
SUN
3
THU 14
TUE 26
THU
SAT
MON
FRI
3 Press E.
The selected image appears in single image display.
The selected folder and all the images in it are deleted.
When there are protected images in the folder, select
[Delete all] or [Leave all].
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Playing Back Images Continuously
(Slideshow)
1 Select h in the playback mode palette.
Slideshow starts.
Available operations
4
Playback
E
Pauses/resumes playback.
C
Displays the previous image.
D
Displays the next image.
B
Stops playback.
V
Adjusts the volume of the movie.
After all images are played back, the camera returns to
single image display.
t Memo
• You can change the [Display Duration], [Screen Effect],
[Repeat Playback] and [Auto Movie Playback] settings for
slideshow in [Slideshow] of the B1 menu. Slideshow can be
started from the Slideshow setting screen.
Displaying Rotated Images
When you take pictures with the camera held vertically, image
rotation information is saved when shooting. When [Auto Image
Rotation] in the B1 menu is set to [On], the image is
automatically rotated based on the rotation information during
playback (default setting).
The rotation information of an image can be changed by
following the procedure below.
1 Display the image to edit in single image
display.
2 Select a in the playback mode palette.
The selected image is rotated in 90° increments and the
four thumbnail images are displayed.
3 Use ABCD to select the
desired rotation direction
and press E.
The image rotation information is
saved.
Cancel
OK
u Caution
• When [22 Save Rotation Info] is set to [Off] in the E4 menu,
image rotation information is not saved when shooting.
• You cannot change the rotation information in the following
cases.
• Protected images
• Images without a rotation information tag
• Movie files cannot be rotated.
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Connecting the Camera to an AV Device
Connect to an AV device, such as a TV, equipped with an HDMI
terminal to display Live View images while shooting or to play
back images in playback mode.
Make sure to have a commercially available HDMI cable
equipped with an HDMI terminal (type D).
1 Turn the AV device and camera off.
2 Open the terminal cover of the camera, and
connect the cable to the HDMI terminal.
u Caution
• While the camera is connected to an AV device, nothing is
displayed on the camera monitor. Also, you cannot adjust the
volume on the camera. Adjust the volume on the AV device.
t Memo
4
Playback
• Check the operating manual of the AV device and select a
suitable input terminal for connecting the camera.
• If you intend to use the camera continuously for a long period,
use of the optional AC adapter kit is recommended.
• By default, the maximum resolution supported by both the AV
device and camera is automatically selected. If it fails to play
back images properly, change the setting in [HDMI Out] of the
D2 menu.
3 Connect the other end of the cable to the input
terminal on the AV device.
4 Turn the AV device and camera on.
The camera turns on in HDMI mode, and the camera
information is displayed on the screen of the connected AV
device.
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Connecting the Camera to a
Computer
Connect the camera to a computer using an USB cable.
Make sure to have a commercially available USB cable
equipped with a micro B terminal.
Playback
1 Turn the computer on.
2 Turn the camera off.
4
3 Open the terminal cover of
the camera, and connect
the USB cable to the USB
terminal.
4 Connect the USB cable to the USB port of the
computer.
5 Turn the camera on.
The camera is recognized as a removable disk.
The grip lamps of the camera blink slowly while the camera
is connected with the computer via USB cable.
6 Save the captured images to the computer.
7 Disconnect the camera from the computer.
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u Caution
• The camera cannot be operated while it is connected to a
computer. To operate the camera, terminate the USB
connection on the computer, then turn off the camera and
remove the USB cable.
• If the “PENTAX K-S1” dialog appears on the computer screen
in Step 5, select [Open folder to view files] and click the OK
button.
t Memo
• Refer to “Operating Environment for USB Connection and
Provided Software” (p.98) for system requirements to
connect the camera to a computer and to use the software.
• The USB connection mode when connecting the camera to a
computer can be set in [USB Connection] of the D2 menu.
Normally, you do not need to change the default setting
([MSC]).
Cropping Out Part of the Image (Cropping)
Editing and Processing Images
Crops out only the desired area of the selected image and
saves it as a new file.
1 Display the image to edit in single image
Changing the Image Size
display.
u Caution
• Only JPEG images captured with this camera can be resized
or cropped.
• Images already resized or cropped to the minimum file size
cannot be processed.
1 Display the image to edit in single image
position of the area to crop
by using the cropping
frame.
4
Playback
Changes the number of recorded pixels of the selected image,
and saves it as a new file.
Available operations
display.
2 Select d in the playback mode palette.
The screen to select the number of recorded pixels
appears.
3 Use CD to select the
number of recorded pixels
and press E.
4 Select [Save] and press E.
The cropping frame to specify the size and position of the
area to crop appears on the screen.
3 Specify the size and
Changing the Number of Recorded Pixels
(Resize)
You can select an image size
smaller than that of the original
Cancel
image.
The save confirmation screen appears.
2 Select e in the playback mode palette.
V
Changes the size of the cropping frame.
ABCD
Moves the cropping frame.
G
Changes the aspect ratio or Image
Rotation setting.
M
Rotates the cropping frame (only when
possible).
4 Press E.
OK
The save confirmation screen appears.
5 Select [Save] and press E.
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Correcting Color Moiré
Processing Images with Digital Filters
1 Display the image to edit in single image
Reduces color moiré in images.
1 Display the image to edit in single image
display.
2 Select b in the playback mode palette.
display.
2 Select c in the playback mode palette.
The screen to select a digital filter appears.
3 Select a filter.
If the image cannot be edited, [This image cannot be
processed] appears.
4
3 Use CD to select the
Playback
correction level and press
E.
The save confirmation screen
appears.
100-0001
Base Parameter Adj
Use V to select a different
image.
Parameter Adj.
Stop
Cancel
OK
4 Select [Save] and press E.
u Caution
• The Color Moiré Correction function can be used only for the
JPEG images captured with this camera.
Base Parameter Adj
Extract Color
Replace Color
Toy Camera
Retro
High Contrast
Shading
Invert Color
Unicolor Bold
Bold Monochrome
Tone Expansion
Sketch
Water Color
Pastel
Posterization
Miniature
Soft
Starburst
Fish-eye
Slim
Monochrome
Proceed to Step 6 if you do not need to change the
parameters.
4 Press G.
The parameter setting screen appears.
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OK
5 Set the parameters.
Recreating Filter Effects
Brightness
Retrieves the filter effects of the selected image and applies the
same filter effects to other images.
Cancel
OK
1 Display a filter-processed image in single image
display.
Available operations
AB
Selects a parameter.
CD
Adjusts the value.
The screen of Step 3 reappears.
7 Press E.
The save confirmation screen appears.
8 Select [Apply additional filter(s)] or [Save] and
press E.
Select [Apply additional filter(s)] when you want to apply
additional filters to the same image. The screen of Step 3
reappears.
u Caution
• Only JPEG and RAW images captured with this camera can
be edited with the digital filters.
t Memo
• Up to 20 filters, including the digital filter used during shooting
(p.58), can be applied to the same image.
effects] and press E.
4
Applying the digital filter
The filter effects used for the
selected image appear.
Recreating filter effects
Searching for original image
OK
4 To check the parameter
100-0001
details, press G.
Press G again to return to the
previous screen.
Playback
6 Press E.
2 Select b in the playback mode palette.
3 Select [Recreating filter
Reapplies following digital filter
effects from previous image
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8. - -
9. - 10. - 11. - 12. - Details
13. - 14. - 15. - 16.-- 16.
17. - 18. - 19. - 20. - OK
5 Press E.
The image selection screen appears.
6 Use V to select an image
for applying the same filter
effects, and press E.
You can only select an image
that has not been processed with
a filter.
The save confirmation screen appears.
100-0001
Performs digital filter
processing to this image
OK
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7 Select [Save] and press E.
4 Press L.
The screen to select segments to delete is displayed.
t Memo
• If [Searching for original image] is selected in Step 3, the
original image prior to digital filter application can be retrieved.
Editing Movies
1 Display the movie to edit in single image display.
4 2 Select l in the playback mode palette.
The movie editing screen appears.
00 ' 05"
10 ' 00"
The segments to delete are
Select segments for deletion
specified. (Multiple segments can
be deleted at once.)
Press E again to cancel the selection.
Playback
6 Press F.
7 Press E.
want to divide the movie.
00 ' 00"
10 ' 00"
OK
Available operations
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selection frame and press
E.
The screen of Step 3 reappears.
3 Select the point where you
The frame at the dividing point is
displayed at the top of the
screen.
Stop
Up to four points can be selected
to divide the original movie into five segments.
5 Use CD to move the
A
Plays back/pauses a movie.
D
Forwards a frame (when paused).
Press and hold D
Fast-forwards playback.
C
Reverses a frame (when paused).
Press and hold C
Fast-reverses playback.
V
Adjusts the volume.
G
Confirms/cancels a dividing point.
Proceed to Step 7 if you do not want to delete any segment.
The save confirmation screen appears.
8 Select [Save] and press E.
t Memo
• Select dividing points in chronological order from the
beginning of the movie. When canceling the selected dividing
points, cancel each of them in reverse order (from the end of
the movie to the beginning). In an order other than specified,
you can neither select dividing points nor cancel the
selections of the dividing points.
RAW Development
You can develop RAW images into JPEG images, and save
them as a new file.
5 Select the parameter
setting method and press
E.
001/500
Develop images with
modified settings
1 Select k in the playback mode palette.
The screen for selecting a RAW image processing option
appears.
2 Select the desired option and press E.
Select single
image
Develops an image.
Select a folder
Develops up to 500 images in the
selected folder with the same settings.
When [Select single image] is selected, proceed to Step 6.
The image/folder selection screen appears.
OK
Develop Allows you to change Image Capture Settings
images (File Format, JPEG Recorded Pixels, and
as shot JPEG Quality).
Develop
images
with
modified
settings
Allows you to change Image Capture Settings (File
Format, Aspect Ratio, JPEG Recorded Pixels, JPEG
Quality, Color Space), Lens Correction (Distortion
Correction, Lat-Chromatic-Ab Adj, Peripheral Illumin.
Corr., Diffraction Correction, Color Fringe Correction),
Digital Filter, White Balance, Custom Image,
Sensitivity, High-ISO NR, and Shadow Correction.
6 Set the parameters.
Image Capture Settings
4
Playback
Select multiple Develops up to 500 images with the
images
same settings.
100-0001
Develop images as shot
100-0001
3 Select the image(s) or a folder.
Refer to Step 2 of “Deleting Selected Images” (p.62) for how
to select the image(s).
4 Press G.
The screen for selecting the parameter setting method
appears.
Available operations
AB
Selects a parameter.
CD
Changes the value.
V
Selects a different image (when in single
image display).
For Image Capture Settings and Lens Correction, press D
and use AB to select an item.
For Digital Filter, White Balance and Custom Image, press
D to display the setting screen.
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7 Press E.
The save confirmation screen appears.
8 Select [Save] and press E.
When [Select single image] is selected, select [Continue] or
[Exit], and press E.
u Caution
4
Playback
• Only RAW images captured with this camera can be
developed.
• If the White Balance, Custom Image or Digital Filter settings
of RAW images captured in W mode are modified
before developing, the information about the applied effects
mode is deleted. In such a case, the capture mode is
displayed as G in Detailed Information Display of the
playback mode.
t Memo
• When [Select multiple images] or [Select a folder] is selected
in Step 2, a folder with a new number is created, and the
JPEG images are stored in it.
• With the provided software “Digital Camera Utility 5”, you can
develop RAW files on a computer.
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Setting
Camera Settings
Customizing the Button/E-dial
Functions
A4
You can set the functions for when f or M is pressed or
when V is turned.
1 Select [Button Customization] in A4 menu and
AF/AE-L
Button
AF/AE-L
Button
(Movie)
press D.
The screen to set the function for
the selected item is displayed.
Button Customization
AF/AE-L Button
AF/AE-L Button(Movie)
Green Button
E-Dial Programming
3 Select a function and press E.
The following functions can be assigned to each button.
Enable
AF2
Autofocus is performed
when f is pressed and
not when 0 is
pressed halfway.
Cancel
AF
While f is pressed, the
autofocus mode is set to
w even when 0 is
pressed halfway.
Page
p.47
Green
Button
Green
Button
Resets the value being
adjusted.
One
Push
File
Format
Temporarily changes the
file format.
–
p.74
Activates the Optical
Optical
Preview to check the depth
Preview
of field with the viewfinder.
Activates the Digital
Preview to check the
composition, exposure and
Digital focus on the monitor. (The
Preview maximum display time: 60
seconds)
You can magnify or save
the preview image.
AF Active Enables changing the AF
Area
point.
5
Settings
press D.
Autofocus is performed
when f is pressed.
AE Lock Locks the exposure setting. p.42
The [Button Customization] screen appears.
2 Select the desired item and
Function
Enable
AF1
p.41
p.49
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Setting
E-Dial
Programming
Function
Rotate
Right
Increases values when V is
turned to the right (toward S).
Rotate
Left
Increases values when V is
turned to the left (toward T).
4 Press F.
Page
–
Setting the E-dial Operation in P Mode
Set the value to be changed with V when in G mode.
1 Set [Green Button] to [Green Button] in Step 3 of
“Customizing the Button/E-dial Functions”
(p.73).
The [Button Customization] screen reappears.
Repeat Steps 2 to 4.
2 Press B and select [E-dial
5 Press F twice.
in Program], and change
the setting.
Setting the One Push File Format
5
1 Set [Green Button] to [One Push File Format] in Step
Settings
2 Select Z or Y for [Cancel after 1 shot].
3 of “Customizing the Button/E-dial Functions” (p.73).
Shifts combination of the
aperture and shutter speed
to obtain proper exposure
Cancel
OK
G SHIFT Automatically adjusts the shutter speed and
aperture value to obtain a proper exposure
(Program Shift).
The recording format returns to the original file
Z format after a picture is taken.
GXI
Adjusts the shutter speed (Shutter Priority
Automatic Exposure).
The setting is retained until any of the following
operations is performed:
Y • When M is pressed again
• When 3 or F is pressed, or when the mode
dial or main switch is turned
GXJ
Adjusts the aperture value (Aperture Priority
Automatic Exposure).
OFF
Disables the V operation when turned in G
mode.
3 For each file format, select the file format for
t Memo
• If M is pressed after turning V in G mode, the setting returns
to normal G mode.
when M is pressed.
The left side is the [File Format]
setting and the right side is the
changed file format when M is
pressed.
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Green Button
Green Button
Action in M/TAv Mode
E-dial in Program
Green Button
One Push File Format
Cancel after 1 shot
Cancel
OK
Setting the Green Button Operation in M/TAv Mode
You can set the function of M when in L or K mode.
1 Set [Green Button] to [Green Button] in Step 3 of
“Customizing the Button/E-dial Functions”
(p.73).
2 Press B and select [Action
in M/TAv Mode], and
change the setting.
1 Set [Green Button] to [Digital Preview] in Step 3
of “Customizing the Button/E-dial Functions”
(p.73).
2 Press B and select Y or
Z for each display item.
Green Button
Green Button
Action in M/TAv Mode
E-dial in Program
Sets the aperture and
shutter speed to the
Program Line exposure
Cancel
Selecting the Display Settings for Digital Preview
OK
Adjusts the aperture value and shutter speed
to obtain a proper exposure according to the
program line.
I
SHIFT
Adjusts the shutter speed while the aperture
value remains fixed.
J
SHIFT
Adjusts the aperture value while the shutter
speed remains fixed.
OFF
Disables the M operation when pressed in L
or K mode.
5
Settings
G LINE
Green Button
Digital Preview
Zoom Instant Review
Save Preview Image
Histogram Display
Highlight Alert
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Displaying the Local Date and Time of
the Specified City
D1
The date and time set at the time of initial setting (p.31) serve
as the date and time of your present location and are reflected
in the shooting date and time for images.
Setting the destination to a location other than your present
location enables you to display the local date and time on the
monitor when traveling abroad and also save images timestamped with the local date and time.
1 Select [World Time] in D1 menu.
5
Settings
display in [Time Setting].
Select F (Hometown) or G
(Destination).
World Time
Time Setting
Destination
London
16:00
Hometown
New York
10:00
3 Select [G Destination] and press D.
The [G Destination] screen appears.
4 Use CD to select a city.
Destination
Use V to change the region.
London
DST
Cancel
+6:00
16:00
OK
5 Select [DST] (daylight saving time), and use CD
to select Y or Z.
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The [World Time] screen reappears.
t Memo
• Refer to “List of World Time Cities” (p.97) for cities that can be
selected as a hometown or destination.
• Select [F Hometown] in Step 3 to change the city and DST
settings for the hometown.
• G appears in the control panel when [Time Setting] is set to
G.
Selecting Settings to Save in the
Camera
The [World Time] screen appears.
2 Select the time you wish to
6 Press E.
A4
Most of the functions set on this camera are saved even if the
camera is turned off. For the following function settings, you can
select whether to save the settings (Z) or to return the settings
to their default values (Y) when the camera is turned off. The
default settings are Y for Digital Filter, HDR Capture and
Shooting Info Display, and Z for the other functions.
Set in [Memory] of the A4 menu.
Flash Mode
Drive Mode
White Balance
Custom Image
Sensitivity
EV Compensation
Flash Exposure Compensation
Digital Filter
HDR Capture
Shooting Info Display
Playback Info Display
t Memo
• When [Reset] of the D3 menu is performed, all Memory
settings return to the default values.
t Memo
File Management Settings
• To protect all images stored in the memory card, select
[Protect All Images] of the B1 menu.
Selecting the Folder/File Settings
Protecting Images from Deletion (Protect)
You can protect images from being accidentally deleted.
Folder Name
u Caution
• Even protected images are deleted if the inserted memory
card is formatted.
1 Select f in the playback mode palette.
The screen for selecting the unit for processing appears.
Select image(s)
When images are captured with this camera, a folder is automatically
created and the captured images are stored in it. Each folder name consists
of a sequential number from 100 to 999 and a string of 5 characters.
The folder name can be changed.
1 Select [Folder Name] in D2 menu and press D. 5
The [Folder Name] screen appears.
2 Select a folder name and
press E.
Folder Name
Folder Name
Select a folder
Date
PENTX
_MMDD
Settings
2 Select [Select image(s)] or
[Select a folder] and press
E.
D2
OK
3 Select the image(s) or folder to protect.
Refer to Step 2 of “Deleting Selected Images” (p.62) for how
to select the image(s).
Proceed to Step 5 if [Select a folder] is selected.
Cancel
Date
The two digits of the month and day on which the
picture was taken are assigned after the folder number.
The month and day appear according to the date
format set in [Date Adjustment].
Example) 101_0125: for images taken on
January 25th
PENTX
The character string “PENTX” is assigned after
the folder number.
The character string can be changed arbitrarily.
Example) 101PENTX
4 Press G.
The confirmation screen appears.
5 Select [Protect] and press E.
OK
Proceed to Step 6 if you do not need to change the
character string from “PENTX”.
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t Memo
3 Press B, and then press D.
The text-entry screen appears.
4 Change the text.
Enter 5 single-byte alphanumeric
characters.
Text selection cursor
Folder Name
ABCDE FGH I J K LM
NOPQR S T U VWX Y Z
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 _
Finish
PENT X
Reset
Cancel
Enter
Text input cursor
5
Available operations
Settings
ABCD
Moves the text selection cursor.
V
Moves the text input cursor.
M
Resets the entered text to “PENTX”.
E
Enters a character selected with the text
selection cursor at the position of the text
input cursor.
5 After entering the text, move the text selection
cursor to [Finish], and press E.
The screen of Step 2 reappears.
6 Press F twice.
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• A folder with a new number is created when the folder name
is changed.
• A maximum of 500 images (100 images for Eye-Fi card) can
be stored in a single folder. When the number of captured
images exceeds 500, a new folder is created with the number
following the number of the folder currently being used. In
Exposure Bracketing shooting, images will be stored in the
same folder until shooting is completed.
• When [Create New Folder] is selected in the D2 menu, a
folder is created with a new number when the next image is
saved.
• When [Select multiple images] or [Select a folder] of [RAW
Development] is selected, a folder with a new number is
created, and the JPEG images are stored in it. (p.71)
u Caution
• The maximum folder number is 999. After the folder number
reaches 999, you cannot capture new images if you attempt
to change the folder name or create a new folder, or when the
file name number reaches 9999.
File Name
File No.
One of the following string of characters is used as the file name
prefix depending on the [21 Color Space] setting of the E3 menu.
Color Space
File Name
sRGB
IMGPxxxx.JPG
AdobeRGB
_IMGxxxx.JPG
The first four characters can be changed to a character string of
your choice.
Each file name consists of a string of
4 characters and a sequential
number from 0001 to 9999. You can
set whether to continue the
sequential numbering for the file
name even if a new folder is created
in [Sequential Numbering] of [File
No.] in the D2 menu.
File No.
Sequential Numbering
Reset File Number
Uses sequential file number
in new folder based on last
number in previous folder
1 Select [File Name] in D2 menu and press D.
Continues the sequential numbering for the file name
Z even if a new folder is created.
2 Select A or C and press
Returns the file number of the first image saved to a
Y folder to 0001 each time a new folder is created.
The [File Name] screen appears.
The text-entry screen appears.
. JPG
I MG P
_ I MG
. JPG
I MG P
. MOV
Select [Reset File Number] to reset the file number to its default
value.
t Memo
3 Change the text.
• When the file number reaches 9999, a new folder is created
and the file number is reset.
5
Settings
D.
File Name
Up to 4 single-byte alphanumeric characters can be entered.
Refer to Steps 4 and 5 of “Folder Name” (p.77) for how to
enter text.
4 Press F twice.
t Memo
• When [Color Space] is [AdobeRGB], the file name prefix is “_”
and first three characters of the entered character string
becomes the file name.
• For movies, regardless of the [Color Space] setting, the file
name is “IMGPxxxx.MOV” or the one with the entered string
of characters.
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Setting the Copyright Information
D2
Sets the photographer and copyright information embedded in
the Exif data.
1 Select [Copyright Information] in D2 menu and
press D.
The [Copyright Information] screen appears.
2 Use CD to set [Embed
Copyright Data].
ABCD
Moves the text selection cursor.
V
Moves the text input cursor.
J
Switches between upper and lower
case letters.
L
Deletes a character at the position of
the text input cursor.
E
Enters a character selected with the
text selection cursor at the position of
the text input cursor.
Copyright Information
Embed Copyright Data
Photographer
5 After entering the text, move the text selection
Copyright Holder
5
cursor to [Finish], and press E.
The screen of Step 2 reappears.
Settings
Does not embed copyright information in the Exif
Y data.
6 Press F twice.
Z Embeds copyright information in the Exif data.
t Memo
3 Select [Photographer] or [Copyright Holder],
and press D.
The text-entry screen appears.
4 Change the text.
Up to 32 single-byte
alphanumeric characters and
symbols can be entered.
Text selection cursor
Photographer
A B C D E F G H I J K L MN O P Q R
S T U VWX Y Z 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
. , ( ) [ ] < >@ - _ / : ; ! ? * #
+ = $% ‘ “ { }
Finish
ABC
Delete One Character
Cancel
Text input cursor
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Available operations
Enter
• The Exif information can be checked using the provided
software “Digital Camera Utility 5”.
Using a Wireless Memory Card
D3
A memory card with a built-in wireless LAN “Eye-Fi card” (Wi-Fi
transmission) or a “Flucard” compatible with this camera can be
used. By using these cards, images can be transferred from the
camera to a computer or other device via wireless LAN.
Select the camera action when using an Eye-Fi card or a
Flucard.
1 Select [Wireless Memory Card] in D3 menu and
press D.
The [Wireless Memory Card] screen appears.
2 Select [Action Mode].
Wireless Memory Card
Action Mode
Auto Resize
Communication Info
Firmware Info/Options
Automatically transfers
unsent images from memory card
Cancel
OK
Eye-Fi card
AUTO
Transfers images automatically when there are
any images that have not yet been transferred.
Only movies with a size of 2 GB or less can be
transferred.
SELECT
Transfers images or folders that are selected in
[Eye-Fi Image Transfer] of the playback mode.
(p.61)
Only JPEG and RAW images can be transferred.
OFF
Stops the communication function.
Flucard
ON
Enables wireless data transfer with Flucard.
OFF
Disables wireless data transfer with Flucard.
When set to Z, JPEG images are saved to the Eye-Fi card
or Flucard at the size of r.
4 Press F twice.
u Caution
• When an Eye-Fi card or a Flucard is not inserted, the camera
action cannot be set.
• Set up a wireless LAN access point on a computer for the
card connection.
• When using a Flucard, update it to the latest firmware before
use.
• For RAW images, the success of transfer depends on the
specifications and settings of the Eye-Fi card in use.
• Images may not be transferred when the battery level is low.
• It may take time to transfer a large number of images. The
camera may turn off if the internal temperature of the camera
becomes high.
• For precautions on the Eye-Fi card, refer to “About Eye-Fi
Cards” (p.106).
5
Settings
The items that can be set are
displayed according to the type of
card inserted.
3 Select Y or Z for [Auto Resize].
t Memo
• A smartphone can be used to operate this camera when a
Flucard compatible with this camera is inserted. Refer to the
Flucard manual for details on how to use the card.
• When an Eye-Fi card is used, 100 images can be stored in a
single folder. For RAW+ images, two files are counted as one
image.
• In Step 2, select [Communication Info] to check the Wireless
LAN information, and [Firmware Info/Options] to check the
firmware version of the cards.
• When [Reset Transfer Settings] is selected in Step 2, the
[Action Mode] setting is returned to their default value.
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Restrictions on Each Capture Mode
×: Not available
Capture Mode
S
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Function
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Sensitivity
×
Flash
Appendix
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Z
l
×
×
×
×
Remote Control
×
×
Exposure
Bracketing
×
*2
*2
x*2
y*2
×
x*2
x*2
RAW/RAW+
×
Shake Reduction
×
*1
×
Z*2
×
ze xe
M
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×
×
×
*2
p
Self-timer
Focus Method
File Format
6
Drive Mode
Continuous
Shooting
W
k
×
y*2
ye
*2
×
y*2
×
White Balance
×*3
×*3
×*3
×*3
×*3
×*3
×*3
×*3
×*3
×*3
Custom Image
×*3
×*3
×*3
×*3
×*3
×*3
×*3
×*3
×*3
×*3
Capture Mode
S
R
bf
Function
cdi
mq
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stv
l
p
M
u
×
Digital Filter
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
W
k
×
HDR Capture
×
*4
×
AA Filter Simulator
*5
×
*5
Save RAW Data
×
×
×
×
[ISO AUTO] is not available.
Fixed to; the setting cannot be changed.
Fixed to a specific setting; the setting cannot be changed.
Specific settings are used.
[Bracketing] is not available.
6
Restrictions on the Combinations of Special Functions
Continuous
Shooting
Self-timer
Remote Control
Exposure
Bracketing
×
×
Flash
File Format
RAW/RAW+
×
Shake Reduction
×
Digital Filter
*1
AA Filter Simulator
*1
Save RAW Data
×
[Bracketing] is not available.
HDR Capture
Appendix
×: Not available
Drive Mode
*1
×
×
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*1
Functions Available with Various
Lenses
All capture modes are available when a DA, DA L, or FA J lens
is used, or when a lens with an 9 position is used with the
aperture ring set to the 9 position.
When other lenses than above are used, or a lens with 9
position is used in a position other than 9, the following
restrictions apply.
x: Available
6
Appendix
84
#: Restricted
×: Not available
Lens DA
[Mount type] DA L
D FA
FA J
FA *6
F *6
A
M
P
[KAF]
[KAF2]
[KAF3]
[KAF]
[KAF2]
[KAF]
[KA]
[K]
x
–
x
–
x
–
–
#
–
#
x
x
x
x
x
×
×
×
Function
Autofocus
(Lens only)
(With AF adapter 1.7×) *1
Manual focus
(With focus indicator) *2
(With matte field)
#*4
*4
*5
*6
*7
*8
*9
u Caution
×
×
×
Focus point selection mode [Auto]
x
x
x
#*8
AE Metering [Multi-segment]
x
x
x
x
G/H/I/J/K mode
x
x
x
x
#*9
Quick-shift focus
*2
*3
Lenses with a maximum aperture of F2.8 or faster. Only available at
the 9 position.
Lenses with a maximum aperture of F5.6 or faster.
Available when using the built-in flash, AF540FGZ, AF540FGZ II,
AF360FGZ, AF360FGZ II, AF200FG or AF160FC.
Only available with compatible lenses.
Distortion Correction and Peripheral Illumination Correction are
disabled when a DA FISH-EYE 10-17mm lens is used.
To use an FA SOFT 28mm F2.8 lens, FA SOFT 85mm F2.8 lens, or
F SOFT 85mm F2.8 lens, set [26 Using Aperture Ring] to [Enable] in
the E4 menu. Pictures can be taken with the aperture you set, but
only within a manual aperture range.
Only available with an FA 31mm F1.8 Limited, FA 43mm F1.9
Limited, or FA 77mm F1.8 Limited lens.
Fixed to [Spot].
J with the aperture set to wide open. (The aperture ring has no
effect on the actual aperture value.)
L mode
x
x
x
x
#
P-TTL auto flash *3
x
x
x
x
Automatically obtaining the lens
focal length information
x
x
x
×
×
×
Lens Correction
x*5
×*7
×
×
×
• When the aperture ring is set to a position other than 9 or a
lens without an 9 position or accessories such as an auto
extension tube or auto bellows are used, the camera does not
operate unless [26 Using Aperture Ring] is set to [Enable] in
the E4 menu. Refer to “Using the Aperture Ring” (p.86) for
details.
Lens Names and Mount Names
DA lenses with a motor and FA zoom lenses with power
zoom use the KAF2 mount. DA lenses with a motor and no AF
coupler use the KAF3 mount.
FA single focal length lenses (non-zoom lenses), DA or DA
L lenses without a motor, and D FA, FA J and F lenses use
the KAF mount.
Refer to respective lens manuals for details.
Compatibility with the Built-in Flash
Depending on the lens being used, the use of the built-in flash
may be limited.
Lens
Restrictions when using the
built-in flash
DA FISH-EYE 10-17mm
F3.5-4.5 ED (IF)/
DA 12-24mm F4 ED AL/
DA 14mm F2.8 ED (IF)/
The built-in flash is not available
DA 15mm F4 ED AL/
due to vignetting.
k
FA 300mm F2.8 ED (IF)/
DAk560mm F5.6 ED AW/
FAk600mm F4 ED (IF)/
FAk250-600mm F5.6 ED (IF)
Vignetting may occur if the focal
length is less than 20 mm.
DA 16-45mm F4 ED AL
When the focal length is less than
28 mm, or when the focal length is
28 mm and the shooting distance is
1 m or less, vignetting may occur.
DAk16-50mm F2.8 ED
AL (IF) SDM
When the focal length is 20 mm or
less or when the focal length is 35
mm and the shooting distance is less
than 1.5 m, vignetting may occur.
DA 17-70mm F4 AL (IF)
SDM
When the focal length is less than
24 mm or when the focal length is
35 mm and the shooting distance is
1 m or less, vignetting may occur.
DA 18-250mm F3.5-6.3
ED AL (IF)
Vignetting may occur if the focal
length is less than 35 mm.
Restrictions when using the
built-in flash
DA 18-270mm F3.5-6.3
ED SDM
Vignetting may occur if the focal
length is less than 24 mm.
FAk28-70mm F2.8 AL
Vignetting may occur if the focal
length is 28 mm and the shooting
distance is less than 1 m.
FA SOFT 28mm F2.8/
FA SOFT 85mm F2.8
The built-in flash always
discharges fully.
Setting the Focal Length
A3
The Shake Reduction function operates by obtaining lens
information such as focal length. Set the focal length when
using a lens that the focal length information cannot be
automatically obtained.
1 Set [26 Using Aperture Ring] to [Enable] in the
E4 menu.
2 Turn the camera off.
3 Attach a lens to the camera and turn the camera on.
The [Input Focal Length] screen appears.
4 Use AB to set the focal
length.
Press C to select a value from the list.
When using a zoom lens, select
the actual focal length to be used
for shooting.
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F FISH-EYE 17-28mm
F3.5-4.5
Lens
Input Focal Length
35
mm
OK
5 Press E.
The camera returns to standby mode.
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t Memo
• The focal length setting can be changed in [Input Focal
Length] of the A3 menu.
• When using a lens without an 9 position or a lens with an 9
position with the aperture ring set to a position other than 9,
set [26 Using Aperture Ring] to [Enable] in the E4 menu.
(p.86)
Using the Aperture Ring
E4
The shutter can be released even if the aperture ring of the D
FA, FA, F or A lens is not set to the 9 position or a lens without
an 9 position is attached.
Select [Enable] in [26 Using Aperture
26 Using Aperture Ring
1 Disable
Ring] of the E4 menu.
2 Enable
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Shutter will release when
aperture ring is not set to the
"A" position
Cancel 25 1
The following restrictions apply depending on the lens being
used.
Lens Used
D FA, FA, F, A, M
(lens only or with
automatic
diaphragm
accessories such as
auto extension tube
K)
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OK
Capture
Mode
Restriction
J
The aperture remains open.
The shutter speed changes in
relation to the open aperture
but an exposure deviation may
occur.
Lens Used
Capture
Mode
D FA, FA, F, A, M, S
(with diaphragm
accessories such as
extension tube K)
J
Manual diaphragm
lens such as reflex
lens (lens only)
J
FA SOFT 28mm/
FA SOFT 85mm/
F SOFT 85mm
(lens only)
J
Restriction
Pictures can be taken with a
set aperture value but an
exposure deviation may occur.
Pictures can be taken with a
set aperture value in the
manual aperture range.
t Memo
• If the aperture ring is set to a position other than 9, the
camera operates in J mode regardless of the mode dial
setting except when set to L or M mode.
• [F--] appears for the aperture indicator in the status screen,
Live View screen and viewfinder.
*1
*2
*3
Functions when Using an
External Flash
Using an optional external flash AF540FGZ, AF540FGZ II,
AF360FGZ, AF360FGZ II, AF200FG or AF160FC enables a
variety of flash modes, such as P-TTL auto flash mode.
x: Available
#: Restricted
×: Not available
AF200FG
AF160FC
Red-eye reduction flash
x
x
x
Auto Flash Discharge
x
x
x
Automatic switch to the flash
sync speed
x
x
x
Automatic setting of the
aperture value in G or I
mode
x
x
x
P-TTL auto flash
x*1
x*1
x*1
Slow-speed Sync flash
x
x
x
Flash Exposure
Compensation
x
x
x
×
x
×
x
x
×
x
#*4
Camera Function
AF assist light of external
flash
Trailing Curtain Sync flash
*2
Contrast-control-sync flash
#*3
Slave flash
×
×
High-speed Sync flash
x
x
u Caution
• Never press 1 on the camera when any external flash unit
is attached to the camera. The built-in flash will hit the
external flash. If you want to use both at once, connect them
using an extension cord.
• Flashes with the reversed polarity (the center contact on the
hot shoe is minus) cannot be used due to the risk of damaging
the camera and/or flash.
• Do not combine with accessories that have a different
number of contacts, such as a Hot Shoe Grip, as a
malfunction may occur.
• Combining with flashes from other manufacturers may cause
equipment breakdown.
t Memo
• With the AF540FGZ, AF540FGZ II, AF360FGZ, or
AF360FGZ II, you can use the high-speed sync flash to
discharge the flash and take a picture at a shutter speed
faster than 1/180 seconds. Select a capture mode (such as
I) which allows you to set the shutter speed.
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Built-in
Flash
AF540FGZ
AF540FGZ II
AF360FGZ
AF360FGZ II
Flash
*4
Available only when using a DA, DA L, D FA, FA J, FA, F or A lens.
Shutter speed of 1/90 seconds or slower.
When combined with the AF540FGZ, AF540FGZ II, AF360FGZ, or
AF360FGZ II, 1/3 of the flash discharge can be output by the built-in
flash and 2/3 can be output by the external flash.
Available only when combined with the AF540FGZ, AF540FGZ II,
AF360FGZ, or AF360FGZ II.
×
×
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Using the GPS Unit
The following functions are available when the optional GPS
unit O-GPS1 is attached to this camera.
Electronic
Compass
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Displays the
current latitude,
N 36°45.410'
W140°02.000'
0°
longitude,
89m
altitude,
07/07/2014
10:00:00
direction,
1/ 250
F5.6
1600
0.0
Coordinated
Universal Time
(UTC), capture mode, and exposure value.
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Tracks and captures celestial bodies.
By matching the movement of the camera’s
built-in Shake Reduction unit with the
ASTROTRACER movement of celestial bodies, celestial
bodies can be captured as individual points
even when shooting with a long exposure
setting. (p.88)
Automatically adjusts the camera’s date
GPS Time Sync and time settings using information
acquired from GPS satellites.
t Memo
• Refer to the manual of the GPS unit for details on how to
attach the unit and information on the unit’s functions.
• To display [Electronic Compass], refer to “Shooting Info
Display” (p.12).
u Caution
• “Simple Navigation” cannot be used with this camera.
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Shooting Celestial Bodies
(ASTROTRACER)
A2
1 Set the mode dial to M.
2 Select [GPS] in A2 menu and press D.
The [GPS] screen appears.
3 Select [ASTROTRACER] and press D.
The [ASTROTRACER] screen appears.
4 Set [Action in B Mode] to
a and press E.
ASTROTRACER
Action in B Mode
Precise Calibration
Timed Exposure
Exposure Time
GPS LED Indicators
5 To set the desired exposure time, first set
[Timed Exposure] to [ON].
You can set the exposure time between 0'10" and 5'00" in
[Exposure Time].
6 Press F three times.
The camera returns to standby mode.
7 Press 0 fully.
Shooting starts.
8 Press 0 fully again.
Shooting stops.
When [Timed Exposure] is enabled, shooting ends
automatically after the set time has elapsed.
Problem
Troubleshooting
Cause
Problem
The camera does
not turn on.
Cause
Battery is not
installed properly.
The subject is too
close.
Move away from the subject
and take a picture.
The focus cannot
be locked.
AF Mode of Live
View is set to f.
Set [Contrast AF] to e, j,
g, h or i. (p.50)
The built-in flash
does not
discharge.
The flash mode is
set to A or B.
When the flash mode is set to
A or B, the flash does not
discharge if the subject is
bright.
Change the flash mode. (p.46)
The camera is not
The USB
recognized when it
connection mode
is connected to a
is set to [PTP].
computer.
Set [USB Connection] to [MSC]
in the D2 menu.
Autofocus does
not work.
Remedy
Check the orientation of the
battery.
The battery power
Charge the battery.
is low.
The built-in flash is
Wait until charging is finished.
being charged.
There is no
Insert a memory card with
available space on available space or delete
the memory card. unwanted images.
The shutter cannot
Data is being
be released.
processed.
The lens aperture
ring is set to a
position other than
9
Wait until processing is
finished.
Set the lens aperture ring to the
9 position or select [Enable] in
[26 Using Aperture Ring] of the
E4 menu. (p.86)
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The subject is
difficult to focus
on.
t Memo
• In rare cases, the camera may not operate correctly due to
static electricity. This can be remedied by taking the battery
out and putting it back in again. If the camera operates
correctly, it does not require any repairs.
Remedy
v cannot work well for lowcontrast objects (the sky, white
walls, etc.), dark colors,
intricate designs, rapidlymoving objects or scenery shot
through a window or a net-like
pattern.
Lock focus on another object
located at the same distance as
your subject, then aim at the
target and take a picture.
Alternatively, use w.
Activate [Dust Removal] from
the D4 menu. The Dust
Dust or dirt
Removal function can be
The CMOS sensor
particles appear in
activated every time the camera
is dirty or dusty.
images.
is turned on and off.
Refer to “Sensor Cleaning”
(p.90) if the problem persists.
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Problem
Cause
There are visible
defects in a
captured image, or There are
parts in the display defective pixels in
monitor that do not the CMOS sensor.
light up or remain
lit.
Remedy
Activate [Pixel Mapping] from
the D4 menu.
It takes about 30 seconds to
correct the defective pixels, so
be sure to install a fully charged
battery.
Sensor Cleaning
D4
Raise the mirror up and open the shutter when cleaning the
CMOS sensor with a blower.
1 Turn the camera off and remove the lens.
2 Turn the camera on.
3 Select [Sensor Cleaning] in D4 menu and press
D.
The [Sensor Cleaning] screen appears.
4 Select [Mirror Up] and press E.
The mirror pops up and the grip lamps blink.
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5 Clean the CMOS sensor with a blower.
6 Turn the camera off.
The mirror automatically returns to its original position.
u Caution
• Never use a spray blower or a blower with a brush. The
CMOS sensor may be damaged. Do not wipe the CMOS
sensor with a cloth.
• Do not put the tip of the blower inside the lens mount area. If
the power is turned off, this may cause damage to the shutter,
CMOS sensor and the mirror.
• When the battery level is low, the message [Not enough
battery power remaining to clean sensor] is displayed on the
monitor. Install a fully charged battery. If the battery capacity
becomes low during cleaning, a warning beep will sound. In
this case, stop cleaning immediately.
t Memo
• Please contact your nearest service center for professional
cleaning as the CMOS sensor is a precision part.
• You can use the optional Image Sensor Cleaning Kit O-ICK1
when cleaning the CMOS sensor.
Error Messages
Error Messages
Memory card full
Description
The memory card is full and no more
images can be saved. Insert a new
memory card or delete unwanted files.
No image
There are no images that can be played
back on the memory card.
This image cannot be
displayed
You are trying to play back an image in a
format not supported by this camera. You
may be able to play it back on a computer.
No card in the camera
There is no memory card inserted in the
camera.
Memory card error
The memory card has a problem, and
image capture and playback are
impossible. You may be able to play it
back on a computer.
Card is not formatted
The memory card you have inserted is
unformatted or has been previously used
on another device and is not compatible
with this camera. Use the card after
formatting it with this camera.
Card is locked
The write-protect switch on the memory
card you have inserted is locked. (p.106)
This image cannot be
magnified
You are trying to magnify an image that
cannot be magnified.
This image is protected
You are trying to delete an image that is
protected. Remove protection from the
image. (p.77)
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Failed to initialize the Eye-Fi function
when using the Eye-Fi card. Press E.
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Error Messages
Not enough battery power
remaining to activate Pixel
Mapping
Not enough battery power
remaining to clean sensor
Not enough battery power
remaining to update the
firmware
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Description
These messages appear when you try to
perform Pixel Mapping or Sensor
Cleaning, or to update the firmware if the
battery level is insufficient. Install a fully
charged battery.
Unable to update firmware.
There is a problem with the
firmware update file
Unable to update the firmware. The
update file is damaged. Try downloading
the update file again.
Image folder cannot be
created
The maximum folder number (999) is
being used, and no more images can be
saved. Insert a new memory card or
format the card.
Unable to store image
The image could not be saved because of
a memory card error.
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The operation could not be
completed correctly
No more images can be
selected
The camera was unable to adjust the
manual white balance. Try the operation
again.
Failed to authenticate the wireless
function when using the Flucard. Or,
[Reset Transfer Settings] failed when
using an Eye-Fi card or Flucard.
You are trying to select more than the
maximum number of images for the
following functions.
• Select & Delete
• RAW Development
• Protect
• Eye-Fi Image Transfer
There are no images that can be
No image can be processed processed using the Digital Filter or RAW
Development function.
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Error Messages
Description
This image cannot be
processed
Appears when you try to perform Resize,
Cropping, Digital Filter, Movie Edit, RAW
Development, or Save as Manual WB for
images captured with other cameras, or
when you try to perform Resize or
Cropping for minimum file size images.
This function is not available You are trying to set a function that is not
in the current mode
available for the capture mode that is set.
The camera will turn off to
prevent damage from
overheating
The camera will turn off because its
internal temperature is too high. Leave
the camera turned off until it has had time
to cool down before turning on the
camera again.
Images cannot be transferred when
Set the Eye-Fi
[Action Mode] is not set to [SELECT] in
communication to “SELECT” [Wireless Memory Card] of the D3 menu.
(p.81)
Image not found
There are no images that can be
transferred when an Eye-Fi card is used.
No wireless memory card
inserted
You are trying to perform [Eye-Fi Image
Transfer] with no Eye-Fi card inserted.
Cannot be selected
This folder cannot be selected because
the number of files stored in this folder
exceeds the maximum number allowed.
Main Specifications
Storage Folder
Folder Name: Date (100_1018, 101_1019...) or a
user-assigned name (default: PENTX)
Storage File
File Name: user-assigned name (default: IMGP****)
File No.: Sequential Numbering, Reset
Model Description
Type
TTL autofocus, auto-exposure SLR digital camera
with a built-in retractable P-TTL flash
Lens Mount
PENTAX KAF2 bayonet mount (AF coupler, lens
information contacts, K-mount with power contacts)
Compatible
Lenses
KAF3, KAF2 (power zoom not compatible), KAF, KA
mount lenses
Image Capture Unit
Image Sensor
Primary color filter, CMOS, Size: 23.5 × 15.6 (mm)
Effective Pixels
Approx. 20.12 megapixels
Total Pixels
Approx. 20.42 megapixels
Dust Removal
SP coating and CMOS sensor vibration
Sensitivity
ISO AUTO/100 to 51200 (EV steps can be set to 1
(Standard Output) EV, 1/2 EV, or 1/3 EV)
Sensor-shift Shake Reduction
AA Filter
Simulator
Moiré reduction using SR unit: OFF/Type1/Type2/
Bracketing
Type
Approx. 100%
Magnification
Approx. 0.95× (50mm F1.4 at infinity)
Eye-Relief Length
Approx. 20.5 mm (from the view window),
Approx. 22.3 mm (from the center of lens)
Diopter
Adjustment
Approx. -2.5 to +1.5 m-1
Focusing
Screen
Interchangeable Natural-Bright-Matte III focusing
screen
Live View
Type
TTL method using CMOS image sensor
Focusing
Mechanism
Contrast detection (Face Detection, Face Detection
Assist, Tracking, Multiple AF Points, Select, Spot)
Focus Peaking: ON/OFF
Display
Field of view: approx. 100%, Magnified view (2×, 4×,
8×, 10×), Grid Display (4 × 4 Grid, Golden Section,
Scale), Histogram, Highlight Alert
File Formats
Recording
Formats
RAW (PEF/DNG), JPEG (Exif 2.30), DCF 2.0
compliant
Recorded Pixels
JPEG: q (20M: 5472×3648), p (12M:
4224×2816), o (6M: 3072×2048), r (2M:
1920×1280)
RAW: q (20M: 5472×3648)
Quality Level
RAW (12bit): PEF, DNG
JPEG: m (Best), l (Better), k (Good)
RAW + JPEG simultaneously recordable
Color Space
sRGB, AdobeRGB
Storage Media
SD/SDHC*/SDXC* memory card, Eye-Fi card,
FLUCARD (*UHS-I compatible)
Pentaprism Finder
Coverage (FOV)
LCD Monitor
Type
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Image Stabilizer
Viewfinder
TFT color LCD monitor, wide angle viewing
Size
3.0 inches
Dots
Approx. 921K dots
Adjustment
Brightness, saturation and colors adjustable
White Balance
Type
Method using a combination of the CMOS image
sensor and the light source detection sensor
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Preset Modes
Auto White Balance, Multi Auto White Balance,
Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Fluorescent Light (D:
Daylight Color, N: Daylight White, W: Cool White, L:
Warm White), Tungsten Light, Flash, n, Manual
White Balance, Color Temperature, Copying the
white balance settings of a captured image
Fine Adjustment
Adjustable ±7 steps on A-B axis and G-M axis
Autofocus System
Type
TTL: phase-matching autofocus
Focus Sensor
SAFOX IX i+, 11 points (9 cross type focus points in
the center)
Brightness Range EV -1 to 18 (ISO100, at normal temperature)
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AF Modes
Single AF (x), Continuous AF (y), Auto
select AF (z)
Focus Point
Selection Modes
Auto (5 AF Points), Auto (11 AF Points), Select,
Expanded Area AF, Spot
AF Assist Light
Dedicated LED AF assist light
EV Compensation ±5 EV (1/3 EV steps or 1/2 EV steps can be selected)
AE Lock
Shutter
Type
Electronically controlled vertical-run focal plane
shutter
Shutter Speed
Auto: 1/6000 to 30 seconds, Manual: 1/6000 to 30
seconds (1/3 EV steps or 1/2 EV steps), Bulb
Drive Modes
Mode Selection
Still image: Single frame, Continuous (H, L), Selftimer (12 sec., 2 sec.), Remote Control (0 sec., 3
sec.), Exposure Bracketing
Movie: Remote Control Off, Remote Control
Continuous
Shooting
Max. approx. 5.4 fps, JPEG (q: m at
Continuous H): 20 frames, RAW: 5 frames, RAW+: 4
frames
Max. approx. 3.0 fps, JPEG (q: m at
Continuous L): 100 frames, RAW: 8 frames, RAW+:
4 frames
*When the sensitivity is set to ISO100.
Exposure Control
Type
TTL open-aperture 77 segment metering
Metering Modes: Multi-segment metering, Centerweighted metering, Spot metering
Metering Range
EV 0 to 22 (ISO100 at 50mm F1.4)
Exposure Modes
Auto Picture modes: Standard, Portrait, Landscape,
Macro, Moving Object, Night Scene Portrait, Sunset,
Blue Sky, Forest
Scene Modes: Portrait, Landscape, Macro, Moving
Object, Night Scene Portrait, Sunset, Blue Sky,
Forest, Night Scene, Night Scene HDR*, Night Snap,
Food, Pet, Kids, Surf & Snow, Backlight Silhouette,
Candlelight, Stage Lighting, Museum
*JPEG only
Effects Modes: Faded Color, Clear Tone, Brilliant
Color, Unicolor Bold, Vintage Color, Cross
Processing, Warm Fade, Bold Monochrome,
Infrared Filter, Vibrant Color Enhance
Program, Sensitivity Priority, Shutter Priority, Aperture
Priority, Shutter & Aperture Priority, Manual, Bulb
Can be assigned to f from the menu.
Flash
Built-in Flash
Built-in retractable P-TTL pop-up flash
Guide number: approx. 10 (ISO100/m)
Angle of view coverage: equivalent to 28mm lens in
35 mm format
Flash Modes
Auto Flash Discharge, Auto Flash + Red-eye
Reduction (Auto Picture, Scene Mode) Flash On,
Flash On + Red-eye Reduction, Slow-speed Sync,
Slow-speed Sync + Red-eye, Trailing Curtain Sync,
Manual Flash Discharge (FULL to 1/128 power)
Sync Speed
1/180 sec.
Flash Exposure
Compensation
-2.0 to +1.0 EV
External Flash
P-TTL, Leading Curtain Sync, Trailing Curtain Sync,
Contrast-control-sync, High-speed Sync, Wireless
Sync (available with 2 dedicated external flashes)
Capture Functions
Custom Image
Playback Functions
Bright, Natural, Portrait, Landscape, Vibrant,
Radiant, Muted, Bleach Bypass, Reversal Film,
Monochrome, Cross Processing
Cross Processing Random, Preset 1-3, Favorite 1-3
Noise Reduction
Slow Shutter Speed NR, High-ISO NR
Dynamic Range
Settings
Highlight Correction, Shadow Correction
Lens Correction
Distortion Correction, Lateral Chromatic Aberration
Correction, Peripheral Illumination Correction,
Diffraction Correction
Digital Filter
Extract Color, Replace Color, Toy Camera, Retro,
High Contrast, Shading, Invert Color, Unicolor Bold,
Bold Monochrome
HDR Capture
Auto, Type1, Type2, Type3
Bracket Value adjustable
Auto Align (automatic composition correction)
Delete
Single image, all images, select & delete, folder,
Instant Review image
Digital Filter
Base Parameter Adj, Extract Color, Replace Color,
Toy Camera, Retro, High Contrast, Shading, Invert
Color, Unicolor Bold, Bold Monochrome, Tone
Expansion, Sketch, Water Color, Pastel,
Posterization, Miniature, Soft, Starburst, Fish-eye,
Slim, Monochrome
RAW
Development
Development options: Select single image, Select
multiple images, Select a folder
Development parameters: File Format (JPEG),
Aspect Ratio, JPEG Recorded Pixels, JPEG Quality,
Color Space, Distortion Correction, Lat-ChromaticAb Adj, Peripheral Illumin. Corr., Diffraction
Correction, Color Fringe Correction, White Balance,
Custom Image, Digital Filter, Sensitivity, High-ISO
NR, Shadow Correction
Editing Features
Color Moiré Correction, Image Rotation, Resize,
Cropping (aspect ratio can be changed and tilt
correction is available), Movie Edit (dividing a movie
file and deleting unwanted segments), Capturing a
JPEG still picture from a movie, Save RAW Data,
Eye-Fi Image Transfer
Movie
File Format
MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 (MOV)
Recorded Pixels
Framerate
u (1920×1080, 30p/25p/24p)
t (1280×720, 60p/50p)
Sound
Built-in stereo microphone
Recording Sound Level adjustable
Recording Time
Up to 4 GB or 25 minutes; automatically stops
recording if the internal temperature of the camera
becomes high.
Custom Image
Bright, Natural, Portrait, Landscape, Vibrant,
Radiant, Muted, Bleach Bypass, Reversal Film,
Monochrome, Cross Processing
Cross Processing Random, Preset 1-3, Favorite 1-3
Digital Filter
Extract Color, Replace Color, Toy Camera, Retro,
High Contrast, Shading, Invert Color, Unicolor Bold,
Bold Monochrome
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Playback View
Single frame, Multi-image display (6, 12, 20, 35, and
80 thumbnails), Image magnification (Up to 16×,
quick zoom), Rotated image display, Histogram (Y
histogram, RGB histogram), Highlight Alert, Detailed
Information Display, Copyright Information
(Photographer, Copyright Holder), Folder Display,
Calendar Filmstrip Display, Slideshow, GPS
information (Latitude, Longitude, Altitude,
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)), Direction
Customization
Custom Functions 26 items
Mode Memory
11 items
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E-Dial
Programming/
Button
Customization
M button: Green Button, One Push File Format,
Optical Preview, Digital Preview, AF Active Area
f button: Enable AF1, Enable AF2, Cancel AF,
AE Lock
E-Dial: Rotate Right, Rotate Left
AF.S Setting: Focus-priority, Release-priority
1st Frame Action in AF.C: Release-priority, Auto,
Focus-priority
AF Customization
Action in AF.C Continuous: Focus-priority, Auto,
FPS-priority
Hold AF Status: Off, Low, Medium, High
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Text Size
Standard, Large
World Time
World Time settings for 75 cities (28 time zones)
AF Fine
Adjustment
±10 steps, adjustment for all lenses or individual
lenses (up to 20 values can be saved)
Copyright
Information
Names of “Photographer” and “Copyright Holder”
are embedded to the image file. A revision history
can be checked using the provided software.
Power Supply
Battery Type
Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery D-LI109
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AC Adapter
AC Adapter Kit K-AC128 (optional)
Battery Life
Number of recordable images:
(with 50% flash usage): approx. 410 images,
(without flash usage): approx. 480 images
Playback time: approx. 270 minutes
• Tested in compliance with CIPA standard using a
fully charged lithium-ion battery at a temperature
of 23°C.
Actual results may vary depending on the shooting
conditions/circumstances.
Interfaces
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Connection Port
USB 2.0 (micro B, high-speed compatible), HDMI
output terminal (Type D)
USB Connection
MSC/PTP
Dimensions and Weight
Dimensions
Approx. 120 mm (W) × 92.5 mm (H) × 69.5 mm (D)
(excluding protrusions)
Weight
Approx. 558 g (Including dedicated battery and SD
Memory Card)
Approx. 498 g (body only)
Included Accessories
Package
Contents
Strap O-ST132, Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery
D-LI109, Battery Charger D-BC109, AC plug cord,
Software (CD-ROM) S-SW151, Start Guide
<Mounted to the camera> Eyecup FR, Hot shoe
cover FK, Body mount cover
Software
Digital Camera Utility 5
Optional Accessories
GPS Unit
O-GPS1: GPS information (Latitude, Longitude,
Altitude, Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)),
Direction, Electronic Compass, ASTROTRACER
FLUCARD
Remote capture, image browsing
Approximate Image Storage Capacity and
Playback Time
List of World Time Cities
The following cities can be set as Hometown and Destination.
(When using the fully charged battery)
Battery
Temperature
Normal
Shooting
D-LI109
23°C
480
Flash Photography
50%
Use
100%
Use
410
360
North
America
270
minutes
Central
Mexico City, Lima, Santiago, Caracas, Buenos
and South
Aires, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro
America
Approximate Image Storage Capacity by Size
(When using a 2 GB memory card)
l
q 20M
134
304
p 12M
224
503
975
–
–
o
6M
418
917
1707
–
–
r
2M
1024
2119
3615
–
–
k
596
PEF
DNG
59
59
Europe
Lisbon, Madrid, London, Paris, Amsterdam,
Milan, Rome, Copenhagen, Berlin, Prague,
Stockholm, Budapest, Warsaw, Athens, Helsinki,
Moscow
Dakar, Algiers, Johannesburg, Istanbul, Cairo,
Africa/
Jerusalem, Nairobi, Jeddah, Tehran, Dubai,
West Asia Karachi, Kabul, Male, Delhi, Colombo,
Kathmandu, Dacca
East Asia
Yangon, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Vientiane,
Singapore, Phnom Penh, Ho chi Minh, Jakarta,
Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Manila, Taipei,
Seoul, Tokyo, Guam
Oceania
Perth, Adelaide, Sydney, Noumea, Wellington,
Auckland, Pago Pago
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JPEG Quality
m
City
Honolulu, Anchorage, Vancouver, San
Francisco, Los Angeles, Calgary, Denver,
Chicago, Miami, Toronto, New York, Halifax
Playback
Time
• The image storage capacity (normal recording and flash use 50%) is
based on measuring conditions in accordance with CIPA standards,
while other data is based on our measuring conditions. Some deviation
from the above figures may occur in actual use depending on the
selected capture mode and shooting conditions.
Recorded
Pixels
Region
• The number of storable images may vary depending on the subject,
shooting conditions, selected capture mode and memory card, etc.
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Operating Environment for USB Connection
and Provided Software
With the provided software “Digital Camera Utility 5”, you can
develop RAW files, make color adjustments, or check shooting
information on a computer. Install the software from the
provided CD-ROM (S-SW151).
We recommend the following system requirements to connect
the camera to a computer and to use the software.
Windows
Macintosh
OS
OS X 10.9, 10.8 or 10.7, or Mac OS X 10.6
CPU
Intel Core 2 Duo or higher
RAM
2 GB or more
HDD
For installing and starting up the program: 100 MB
or more of available space
For saving image files: Approx. 5 MB/file (JPEG),
Approx. 25 MB/file (RAW)
Monitor
1280×1024 dots, 24-bit full color or higher
t Memo
OS
Windows 8.1 (32-bit, 64-bit), Windows 8 (32-bit,
64-bit), Windows 7 (32-bit, 64-bit) or Windows
Vista (32-bit, 64-bit)
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CPU
Intel Core 2 Duo or higher
RAM
2 GB or more
Appendix
HDD
For installing and starting up the program: 100 MB
or more of available space
For saving image files: Approx. 5 MB/file (JPEG),
Approx. 25 MB/file (RAW)
Monitor
1280×1024 dots, 24-bit full color or higher
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• QuickTime is required to play back movies transferred to a
computer with an OS other than Windows 8 and Windows
8.1. (A computer with Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 can play
back movies with a pre-installed player software.)
You can download it from the following site:
http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
Index
Symbols
A
18
21
21
22
24
43
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
Numerics
1st Frame Action in AF.C
........................................ 48
AA Filter Simulator .......... 60
AC adapter ...................... 29
Action in AF.C Continuous
........................................ 48
Action in M/TAv Mode ..... 75
AE Lock ..................... 42, 73
AE Metering..................... 45
AE-L with AF Locked ....... 24
v .................................. 47
AF area............................ 50
AF Assist Light ................ 48
AF assist light .................... 7
AF coupler ......................... 7
AF Fine Adjustment ......... 51
AF frame.................... 34, 35
AF Mode.................... 48, 50
AF point ........................... 49
AF with Remote Control .. 53
z .............................. 48
y............................... 48
x ............................... 48
AF.S Setting .................... 48
AF/AE-L Button ............... 73
Aperture Priority Automatic
Exposure ......................... 40
Aperture value ................. 40
Aspect Ratio .............. 67, 71
ASTROTRACER ............. 88
Auto (AF Active Area)...... 49
Auto EV Compensation ... 24
Auto Flash Discharge ......
Auto Image Rotation........
R mode....................
Auto mode (AF Mode) .....
Auto Power Off ................
Auto Resize .....................
Autofocus ........................
AV device ........................
J mode.........................
g .................................
AWB in Tungsten Light....
46
64
34
48
31
81
47
65
40
54
55
B
M mode ........................... 40
Backlight Silhouette (S)
........................................ 39
Base Parameter Adj (Digital
Filter) ............................... 68
Battery ............................. 27
Bleach Bypass (Custom
Image) ............................. 56
Blue Sky (S) ................ 38
Bold Monochrome (Digital
Filter) ......................... 58, 68
Bold Monochrome (W)
........................................ 39
Bracketing Order ............. 53
Bright (Custom Image) .... 56
Brightness adjustment ..... 59
Brightness histogram....... 14
Brilliant Color (W) .. 39
Built-in flash ..................... 46
Bulb (B) Mode Options .... 24
Bulb Exposure ................. 40
Button ................................ 8
Button Customization ...... 73
C
Calendar Filmstrip Display
........................................ 63
Cancel AF........................ 73
Candlelight (S)............. 39
Capture mode.................. 38
Card access lamp............ 31
Catch-in Focus ................ 25
Center-weighted metering
........................................ 45
Changing the image size
........................................ 67
Charging the battery ........ 27
City names................. 31, 97
Clear Tone (W)...... 39
Cloudy (White Balance)... 54
Color Fringe Correction ... 71
Color Moiré Correction .... 68
Color Space............... 25, 79
Color Temperature .......... 56
Color Temperature Steps 55
Computer......................... 66
Connection cable cover ... 29
Continuous mode (AF Mode)
......................................... 48
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A menu..........................
C menu..........................
B menu..........................
D menu ..........................
E menu...........................
C mode..........................
b Portrait .......................
c Landscape.................
d Macro ........................
e Moving Object ...........
f Night Scene Portrait ..
g Sunset .......................
h Blue Sky ....................
i Forest ........................
j Night Scene...............
k Night Scene HDR ......
l Night Snap.................
m Food ..........................
o Pet .............................
p Kids ...........................
q Surf & Snow ..............
s Backlight Silhouette...
t Candlelight ................
u Stage Lighting ...........
v Museum.....................
99
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100
Continuous playback ....... 64
Continuous Shooting ....... 52
Contrast detection AF...... 47
Control panel ............. 11, 16
Copyright Holder ............. 80
Copyright Information ...... 80
Correcting images ........... 59
Create New Folder .......... 78
Cropping.......................... 67
Cross Processing (Custom
Image) ............................. 56
Cross Processing (W)
........................................ 39
n................................ 54
Custom Image ................. 56
Custom Setting menus .... 24
Customization.................. 73
D
Date Adjustment .............. 32
Daylight (White Balance)
........................................ 54
Delete .............................. 36
Delete All Images ............ 21
Depth of field ................... 41
Destination ...................... 76
Detailed Information Display
........................................ 13
Developing RAW images
........................................ 71
Dial .................................... 9
Diffraction Correction....... 60
Digital Camera Utility 5 .... 98
Digital Filter ............... 58, 68
Digital Preview................. 73
Diopter adjustment lever
........................................ 15
Direct keys....................... 16
Display Color ................... 22
Distortion Correction........ 60
DNG ................................ 37
D-Range Settings ............ 59
Drive Mode ...................... 51
DST (daylight saving time)
.................................. 32, 76
Dust Removal .................. 89
Dynamic range ................ 59
E
E-dial ................................. 9
E-dial in Program............. 74
E-dial Rotation Direction.. 74
Editing images ................. 67
W mode................. 39
Effects modes.................. 39
Electronic Compass .. 12, 88
Error messages ............... 91
EV Compensation ........... 42
EV Steps ......................... 41
Expanded Area AF (AF
Active Area) ..................... 49
Exposure Bracketing ....... 53
Exposure modes ............. 40
External flash................... 87
Extract Color (Digital Filter)
.................................. 58, 68
Eye-Fi card ................ 30, 81
Eye-Fi Image Transfer..... 81
F
G
Face Detection (Contrast AF)
......................................... 50
Face Detection Assist
(Contrast AF) ................... 50
Faded Color (W).... 39
File Format ...................... 37
File Name ........................ 79
File No. ............................ 79
Filter .......................... 58, 68
Fine Sharpness (Custom
Image) ............................. 57
Firmware ......................... 23
Firmware Info/Options ..... 23
Fish-eye (Digital Filter) .... 68
Flash.......................... 46, 87
Flash (White Balance) ..... 54
Flash compensation ........ 46
Flash On .......................... 46
Flicker Reduction............. 23
Flucard ...................... 30, 81
Fluorescent (White Balance)
........................................ 54
Focus indicator ................ 34
Focus Method.................. 47
Focus mode switch.... 34, 47
Focus Peaking................. 50
Folder display .................. 63
Folder Name.................... 77
Food (S) ...................... 39
Forest (S) .................... 38
Format ............................. 33
Framerate ........................ 37
Function Restrictions ....... 82
GPS Time Sync ............... 88
GPS unit .......................... 88
Green Button ................... 73
Grid Display ..................... 19
Grip lamps ......................... 8
Guide Display .................. 34
Guide number.................. 47
H
HDMI Out......................... 65
HDR Capture ................... 59
High Contrast (Digital Filter)
.................................. 58, 68
High-ISO NR.................... 45
Highlight Alert ............ 19, 21
Highlight Correction ......... 59
Histogram Display ..... 14, 19
Hold AF Status ................ 48
Hometown ................. 31, 76
Hot shoe ............................ 7
I
Image Capture Settings... 37
Image finishing tone ........ 56
Image plane indicator ........ 7
Image storage capacity ... 97
Indicator Lamps ............... 23
Infrared Filter (W) .. 39
Initial settings................... 31
Initializing a memory card
........................................ 33
Input Focal Length........... 85
Instant Review ........... 20, 34
Invert Color (Digital Filter)
.................................. 58, 68
ISO sensitivity.................. 44
J
JPEG ............................... 37
K
Kelvin............................... 56
Kids (S)........................ 39
L
M
L mode .......................... 40
Macintosh ........................ 98
Multi-segment metering ... 45
Museum (S)................. 39
Muted (Custom Image).... 56
N
Natural (Custom Image) .. 56
Night Scene (S) ........... 39
Night Scene HDR (S) .. 39
Night Scene Portrait (S)
........................................ 38
Night Snap (S) ............. 39
Noise Reduction ........ 41, 45
O
One Push File Format .....
One-Push Bracketing ......
Operating environment ....
Optical Preview ...............
Other Indicator Lamps .....
74
53
98
73
23
P
G mode ..........................
Pastel (Digital Filter) ........
PEF .................................
Peripheral Illumin. Corr....
Pet (S) .........................
Photographer...................
Pixel Mapping ..................
Playback Info Display
selection screen ..............
Playback menu ................
Playback mode ................
Playback mode palette ....
Portrait (S) ...................
Portrait (Custom Image) ..
40
68
37
60
39
80
90
13
21
36
61
38
56
Posterization (Digital Filter)
........................................ 68
Power .............................. 31
Preview............................ 41
Processing images .......... 67
Program Automatic Exposure
......................................... 40
Protect ............................. 77
Protect All Images ........... 21
Provided software............ 98
PTP.................................. 89
Q
Quality ............................. 37
Quick Zoom ..................... 21
QuickTime ....................... 98
R
Radiant (Custom Image)
........................................ 56
RAW ................................ 37
RAW Development .......... 71
Rec. Mode menus ........... 18
Recordable time .............. 43
Recorded Pixels .............. 37
Recording Sound Level ... 43
Red-eye Reduction.......... 46
Release While Charging
........................................ 46
Remote Control shooting
........................................ 53
Replace Color (Digital Filter)
.................................. 58, 68
Reset ......................... 23, 25
Resize.............................. 67
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Lamp ................................. 8
Landscape (S) ............. 38
Landscape (Custom Image)
........................................ 56
Language setting............. 31
Language/W ................ 31
Lat-Chromatic-Ab Adj ...... 60
LCD Display .............. 22, 33
LCD Display Settings ...... 22
Lens........................... 26, 84
Lens Correction ............... 60
Lens focal length ............. 85
Lens information contacts
.......................................... 7
Lens mount index ............ 26
Lens unlock button .......... 26
Lens with aperture ring.... 86
Link AE and AF Point ...... 45
Live View ............. 11, 19, 35
Macro (S)..................... 38
Magnifying images .......... 36
Manual Exposure ............ 40
Manual Flash Discharge.. 46
Manual focus ................... 47
Manual White Balance .... 55
Memory ........................... 76
Memory card ................... 30
Menus.............................. 17
Meter Operating Time ..... 24
w.................................. 47
Microphone........................ 7
Miniature (Digital Filter) ... 68
Mired ............................... 56
Mirror ................................. 7
Mode dial ......................... 34
Moiré reduction................ 60
Monitor ............................ 10
Monochrome (Custom
Image) ............................. 56
Monochrome (Digital Filter)
........................................ 68
Mount type....................... 84
Movie Edit........................ 70
Movie menu ..................... 21
Movie mode ..................... 43
Movie SR ......................... 21
Moving Object (S)........ 38
MSC ................................ 89
Multi Auto White Balance
(White Balance)............... 54
Multi-image display.......... 62
Multiple AF Points (Contrast
AF)................................... 50
101
Retro (Digital Filter) ... 58, 68
Reversal Film (Custom
Image) ............................. 56
RGB Histogram Display .. 14
Rotating images .............. 64
S
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102
S mode ........................ 38
Save as Manual WB ........ 55
Save Cross Processing ... 57
Save Menu Location........ 17
Save RAW Data ........ 20, 36
Save Rotation Info ........... 64
Scene modes .................. 38
SD Memory Card............. 30
Select (AF Active Area) ... 49
Select (Contrast AF)........ 50
Select & Delete................ 62
Selecting the range of images
......................................... 62
Self-timer shooting .......... 52
Sensitivity ........................ 44
Sensitivity Priority Automatic
Exposure ......................... 40
Sensitivity Steps .............. 44
Sensor Cleaning.............. 90
Sequential Numbering ..... 79
Set-up menus .................. 22
Shade (White Balance) ... 54
Shading (Digital Filter)
.................................. 58, 68
Shadow Correction .......... 59
Shake Reduction ............. 19
Sharpness (Custom Image)
........................................ 57
Shooting .......................... 34
Shooting celestial bodies
........................................ 88
Shooting Info Display
selection screen .............. 12
Shutter & Aperture Priority
Automatic Exposure ........ 40
Shutter Priority Automatic
Exposure ......................... 40
Shutter speed .................. 40
Single Frame Shooting .... 51
Single image display
.................................. 13, 36
Single mode (AF Mode) .. 48
Sketch (Digital Filter) ....... 68
Slideshow ........................ 64
Slim (Digital Filter) ........... 68
Slow Shutter Speed NR .. 41
Slow-speed Sync............. 46
Soft (Digital Filter)............ 68
Software .......................... 98
Sound .............................. 43
Sound Effects .................. 22
Speaker ............................. 7
Specifications .................. 93
Spot (AF Active Area)...... 49
Spot (Contrast AF) .......... 50
Spot metering .................. 45
Stage Lighting (S)........ 39
Standby mode ................. 10
Starburst (Digital Filter) ... 68
Status Screen .................. 10
Still picture ....................... 38
Strap ................................ 26
Strap lug .......................... 26
Sunset (S) ................... 38
Superimpose AF Area ..... 15
Surf & Snow (S)........... 39
H mode ........................ 40
Switch ................................ 8
T
K mode ........................ 40
Text Size ......................... 32
Thumbnail display ..... 36, 62
Time Setting .................... 76
Tone Expansion (Digital
Filter) ............................... 68
Toy Camera (Digital Filter)
.................................. 58, 68
Tracking (Contrast AF) .... 50
Trailing Curtain Sync ....... 46
TTL phase-matching
autofocus ......................... 47
Tungsten (White Balance)
........................................ 54
I mode......................... 40
U
Unicolor Bold (Digital Filter)
.................................. 58, 68
Unicolor Bold (W) .. 39
Updating firmware ........... 23
USB Connection .. 66, 89, 98
USB terminal ................... 66
User registration ................ 6
Using aperture ring .......... 86
V
Vibrant (Custom Image) .. 56
Vibrant Color Enhance
(W) ........................ 39
Viewfinder.................. 15, 34
Vintage Color (W).. 39
Volume label.................... 33
W
Warm Fade (W)..... 39
WARRANTY POLICY.... 108
Water Color (Digital Filter)
........................................ 68
WB Adjustable Range ..... 55
WB When Using Flash .... 55
White Balance ................. 54
Wi-Fi transmission ........... 81
Windows .......................... 98
Wireless LAN................... 81
Wireless Memory Card .... 81
World Time ...................... 76
For Using Your Camera Safely
We have paid close attention to the safety of this camera. When using this
camera, we request your special attention regarding items marked with the
following symbols.
Warning
This symbol indicates that ignoring this item could
cause serious personal injuries.
Caution
This symbol indicates that ignoring this item could
cause minor or medium personal injuries, or loss
of property.
About the Camera
Warning
Caution
• Do not place your finger over the flash when discharging the flash. You
may burn yourself.
• Do not cover the flash with clothing when discharging the flash.
Discoloration may occur.
• Some portions of the camera heat up during use. There is a risk of low
temperature burns when holding such portions for long periods.
About the Battery Charger and AC Adapter
Warning
• Always use the battery charger and AC adapter exclusively developed
for this camera, with the specified power and voltage. Using a battery
charger or AC adapter not exclusive to this camera, or using the
exclusive battery charger or AC adapter with an unspecified power or
voltage can cause a fire, electric shock, or camera breakdown. The
specified voltage is 100 - 240V AC.
• Do not disassemble or modify the product. This can cause a fire or
electrical shock.
• If the generation of smoke or strange odor from the product or other
abnormality occurs, immediately discontinue using and consult your
nearest service center. Continued use can cause a fire or electrical
shock.
• If water should happen to get inside the product, consult your nearest
service center. Continued use can cause a fire or electrical shock.
• If you see a lightning flash or hear thunder during use of the battery
charger or AC adapter, unplug the power plug and discontinue using.
Continued use can cause damage to the product, fire or electrical shock.
• Wipe off the power plug if it should become covered with dust.
Accumulated dust may cause a fire.
• To reduce the risk of hazards, use only CSA/UL certified power supply
cord set, cord is Type SPT-2 or heavier, minimum NO.18 AWG copper,
one end with a molded-on male attachment plug cap (with a specified
NEMA configuration), and the other is provided with a molded-on female
connector body (with a specified IEC nonindustrial type configuration) or
the equivalent.
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• Do not disassemble or modify the camera. High voltage areas are
present inside the camera, with the risk of electric shock.
• If the camera interior is exposed due to dropping or otherwise damaging
the camera, never touch the exposed portion. There is a risk of electric
shock.
• Do not aim the camera at the sun or other strong light sources when
taking pictures or leave the camera sitting in direct sunlight with a lens
cap off. Doing so may cause the camera to malfunction or cause a fire.
• Do not look at the sun or other strong light sources through a lens. Doing
so may lead to a loss of eyesight or cause vision to be impaired.
• If any irregularities occur during use, such as smoke or a strange odor,
stop use immediately, remove the battery or the AC adapter, and contact
your nearest service center. Continued use can cause a fire or electrical
shock.
• Should the monitor be damaged, be careful of glass fragments. Also, be
careful not to allow the liquid crystal to get on your skin or in your eyes
or mouth.
• Depending on your individual factors or physical condition, the use of the
camera may cause itching, rashes or blisters. In case of any
abnormality, stop using the camera and get medical attention
immediately.
Caution
• Do not place or drop heavy objects on or forcefully bend the AC plug
cord. Doing so may damage the cord. Should the AC plug cord be
damaged, consult your nearest service center.
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• Do not touch or short-circuit the terminal area of the AC plug cord while
the cord is plugged in.
• Do not handle the power plug with wet hands. This can cause an electric
shock.
• Do not drop the product, or subject it to violent impact. This can cause
the product to breakdown.
• Do not use the battery charger D-BC109 to charge batteries other than
the rechargeable lithium-ion battery D-LI109. Attempting to charge other
types of batteries may cause an explosion or heating, or may damage
the battery charger.
About the Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery
Warning
• If any leakage from the battery should come in contact with your eyes,
do not rub them. Flush your eyes with clean water and get medical
attention immediately.
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104
Caution
• Only use the specified battery with this camera. Use of other batteries
may cause an explosion or fire.
• Do not disassemble the battery. Disassembling the battery may cause
an explosion or leakage.
• Remove the battery from the camera immediately if it becomes hot or
begins to smoke. Be careful not to burn yourself during removal.
• Keep wires, hairpins, and other metal objects away from the + and contacts of the battery.
• Do not short the battery or dispose of the battery in fire. This can cause
an explosion or fire.
• If any leakage from the battery should come in contact with skin or
clothing, it may cause irritation to the skin. Wash the affected areas
thoroughly with water.
• Precautions for D-LI109 Battery Usage:
- USE SPECIFIED CHARGER ONLY.
- DO NOT INCINERATE.
- DO NOT DISASSEMBLE.
- DO NOT SHORT CIRCUIT.
- DO NOT EXPOSE TO HIGH TEMP. (140°F / 60°C)
Keep the Camera and its Accessories out of the
Reach of Small Children
Warning
• Do not place the camera and its accessories within the reach of small
children.
1. If the product falls or is operated accidentally, it may cause serious
personal injuries.
2. Wrapping the strap around a neck may cause suffocation.
3. To avoid the risk of a small accessory such as the battery or memory
cards from being swallowed by mistake, keep them out of the reach of
small children. Seek medical attention immediately if an accessory is
accidentally swallowed.
Care to be Taken During Handling
Before Using Your Camera
• When the camera has not been used for a long time, confirm that it is still
working properly, particularly prior to taking important pictures (such as
at a wedding or when traveling). Contents of the recording cannot be
guaranteed if recording, playback or transferring your data to a
computer, etc. is not possible due to a malfunction of your camera or
recording media (memory cards), etc.
About the Battery and Charger
Precautions on Carrying and Using Your Camera
• Do not subject the camera to high temperatures or high humidity. Do not
leave the camera in a vehicle, as the temperature can get very high.
• Do not subject the camera to strong vibrations, shocks, or pressure. Use
a cushion to protect the camera from vibrations of motorcycles,
automobiles, or ships.
• The temperature range for camera use is 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F).
• The monitor may appear black at high temperatures, but will return to
normal at normal temperatures.
• The monitor may respond more slowly at low temperatures. This is due
to liquid crystal properties, and is not a malfunction.
Cleaning Your Camera
• Do not clean the camera with organic solvents such as thinner, alcohol,
and benzine.
• Use a lens brush to remove dust accumulated on the lens. Never use a
spray blower for cleaning as it may damage the lens.
• Please contact your nearest service center for professional cleaning of
the CMOS sensor. (This will involve a fee.)
• Periodic inspections are recommended every one to two years to
maintain high performance.
Storing Your Camera
• Do not store the camera with preservatives or chemicals. Storage in high
temperatures and high humidity can cause mold to grow on the camera.
Remove the camera from its case and store it in a dry and well-ventilated
place.
• Avoid using or storing the camera where it may be exposed to static
electricity or electrical interference.
• Avoid using or storing the camera in direct sunlight or in locations where
it may be exposed to rapid changes in temperature or to condensation.
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• To keep the battery in optimum condition, avoid storing it in a fully
charged state or in high temperatures.
• If the battery is left inserted and the camera is not used for a long time,
the battery will over-discharge and shorten the battery’s life.
• Charging the battery a day before use or on the day of use is
recommended.
• The AC plug cord provided with this camera is developed exclusively for
the battery charger D-BC109. Do not use it with other devices.
• Sudden temperature changes will cause condensation on the inside and
outside of the camera. Place the camera in your bag or a plastic bag,
and remove it after temperatures of the camera and surroundings are
equalized.
• Avoid contact with garbage, mud, sand, dust, water, toxic gases, or salt.
These could cause the camera to breakdown. Wipe the camera to dry
off any rain or water drops.
• Do not press on the monitor with excessive force. This could cause it to
break or malfunction.
• Be careful not to overtighten the screw in the tripod socket when using
a tripod.
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About SD Memory Cards
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106
• The SD Memory Card is
equipped with a write-protect
switch. Setting the switch to
LOCK prevents new data from
being recorded on the card, the
stored data from being deleted,
and the card from being
Write-protect
formatted by the camera or
switch
computer.
• The SD Memory Card may be
hot when removing the card immediately after using the camera.
• Do not remove the SD Memory Card or turn off the power while the card
is being accessed. This may cause the data to be lost or the card to be
damaged.
• Do not bend the SD Memory Card or subject it to violent impact. Keep it
away from water and store away from high temperatures.
• Do not remove the SD Memory Card while formatting. The card may be
damaged and become unusable.
• Data on the SD Memory Card may be deleted in the following
circumstances. We do not accept any liability for data that is deleted if
1. the SD Memory Card is mishandled by the user.
2. the SD Memory Card is exposed to static electricity or electrical
interference.
3. the SD Memory Card has not been used for a long time.
4. the SD Memory Card or the battery is removed while the card is being
accessed.
• If the SD Memory Card is not used for a long time, the data on the card
may become unreadable. Be sure to regularly make a backup of
important data on a computer.
• Format new SD Memory Cards. Also format SD Memory Cards
previously used with other cameras.
• Please note that deleting data stored on an SD Memory Card, or
formatting an SD Memory Card does not completely erase the original
data. Deleted data can sometimes be recovered using commercially
available software. If you are going to discard, give away or sell your SD
Memory Card, you should ensure that the data on the card is completely
deleted or the card itself is destroyed if it contains any personal or
sensitive information.
• The data on your SD Memory Card should be managed at your own risk.
About Eye-Fi Cards
• An SD Memory Card with a built-in wireless LAN (“Eye-Fi card”) can be
used with this camera.
• Use of an access point and an Internet connection are required for
transferring images via wireless LAN. For details, refer to the Eye-Fi
website. (http://www.eye.fi)
• Update your Eye-Fi card to the latest firmware before using it.
• Set [Action Mode] to [OFF], or do not use an Eye-Fi card in a location
where the use of wireless LAN devices is restricted or prohibited, such
as airplanes.
• Eye-Fi cards can be used only in the country in which the card was
purchased. Please observe all local laws governing the Eye-Fi card
usage.
• This camera features a function to enable/disable the communication
function of the Eye-Fi card, however, we do not guarantee the operability
of all Eye-Fi card functions.
• Refer to the Eye-Fi card manual for details on how to use the card.
• Please contact the Eye-Fi card manufacturer regarding any
malfunctions or problems concerning Eye-Fi cards.
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Macintosh, Mac OS, OS X, and QuickTime are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Intel and Intel Core are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or
other countries.
SDXC Logo is a trademark of SD-3C, LLC.
Eye-Fi, the Eye-Fi logo and Eye-Fi connected are trademarks of Eye-Fi,
Inc.
This product includes DNG technology under license by Adobe Systems
Incorporated.
The DNG logo is either a registered trademark or trademark of Adobe
Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are
trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing, LLC in the United
States and/or other countries.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
This product supports PRINT Image Matching III. PRINT Image Matching
enabled digital still cameras, printers and software help photographers to
produce images more faithful to their intentions. Some functions are not
available on printers that are not PRINT Image Matching III compliant.
Copyright 2001 Seiko Epson Corporation. All Rights Reserved. PRINT
Image Matching is a trademark of Seiko Epson Corporation. The PRINT
Image Matching logo is a trademark of Seiko Epson Corporation.
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This product is licensed under the AVC Patent Portfolio License for the
personal use of a consumer or other uses in which it does not receive
remuneration to (i) encode video in compliance with the AVC standard
(“AVC video”) and/or (ii) decode AVC video that was encoded by a
consumer engaged in a personal activity and/or was obtained from a video
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HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER
IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE
USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY
OF SUCH DAMAGE.
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1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote
products derived from this software without specific prior written
permission.
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WARRANTY POLICY
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All our cameras purchased through authorized bona fide
photographic distribution channels are guaranteed against
defects of material or workmanship for a period of twelve
months from the date of your purchase. Service will be
rendered, and defective parts will be replaced without cost to
you within that period, provided the camera does not show
evidence of impact, sand or liquid damage, mishandling,
tampering, battery or chemical corrosion, operation contrary to
operating instructions, or modification by an unauthorized repair
shop. The manufacturer or its authorized representatives shall
not be liable for any repair or alterations except those made with
its written consent and shall not be liable for damages from
delay or loss of use or from other indirect or consequential
damages of any kind, whether caused by defective material or
workmanship or otherwise; and it is expressly agreed that the
liability of the manufacturer or its representatives under all
guarantees or warranties, whether expressed or implied, is
strictly limited to the replacement of parts as hereinbefore
provided. No refunds will be made on repairs by non-authorized
service facilities.
Procedure During 12-month Warranty Period
Any camera which proves defective during the 12-month
warranty period should be returned to the dealer from whom you
purchased the camera or to the manufacturer. If there are no
representatives of the manufacturer in your country, send the
camera to the manufacturer, with postage prepaid. In this case,
it will take a considerable length of time before the camera can
be returned to you owing to the complicated customs
procedures required. If the camera is covered by warranty,
repairs will be made and parts replaced free of charge, and the
camera will be returned to you upon completion of servicing. If
the camera is not covered by warranty, regular charges of the
manufacturer or of its representatives will apply. Shipping
charges are to be borne by the owner. If your camera was
purchased outside of the country where you wish to have it
serviced during the warranty period, regular handling and
servicing fees may be charged by the manufacturer’s
representatives in that country. Notwithstanding this, your
camera returned to the manufacturer will be serviced free of
charge according to this procedure and warranty policy. In any
case, however, shipping charges and customs clearance fees
to be borne by the sender. To prove the date of your purchase
when required, please keep the receipt or bills covering the
purchase of your camera for at least a year. Before sending
your camera for servicing, please make sure that you are
sending it to the manufacturer’s authorized representatives or
their approved repair shops, unless you are sending it directly
to the manufacturer. Always obtain a quotation for the service
charge, and only after you accept the quoted service charge,
instruct the service station to proceed with the servicing.
• This warranty policy does not affect the customer’s
statutory rights.
• The local warranty policies available from our
distributors in some countries can supersede this
warranty policy. Therefore, we recommend that you
review the warranty card supplied with your product at
the time of purchase, or contact our distributor in your
country for more information and to receive a copy of
the warranty policy.
For customers in Canada
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES003.
Pour les utilisateurs au Canada
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme
NMB-003 du Canada.
FOR CALIFORNIA, U.S.A. ONLY
Perchlorate Material-special handling may apply.
The lithium battery used in this camera contains perchlorate
material, which may require special handling.
See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate
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For customers in USA
STATEMENT OF FCC COMPLIANCE
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation
is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may
not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC
Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
* Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for
help.
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Declaration of Conformity
According to 47CFR, Parts 2 and 15 for
Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals
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We:
RICOH IMAGING AMERICAS
CORPORATION
Located at:
633 17 th Street, Suite 2600
Denver, Colorado 80202 U.S.A.
Phone: 800-877-0155
FAX: 303-790-1131
Declare under sole responsibility that the product identified
herein complies with 47CFR Parts 2 and 15 of the FCC rules as
a Class B digital device. Each product marketed is identical to
the representative unit tested and found to be compliant with the
standards. Records maintained continue to reflect the
equipment being produced can be expected to be within the
variation accepted, due to quantity production and testing on the
statistical basis as required by 47CFR §2.909. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation. The above named party is
responsible for ensuring that the equipment complies with the
standards of 47CFR §15.101 to §15.109.
Product Name:
SLR Digital Camera
Model Number:
PENTAX K-S1
Contact person:
Customer Service Manager
Date and Place:
August, 2014, Colorado
Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of
Old Equipment and Used Batteries
1. In the European Union
These symbols on the products, packaging and/
or accompanying documents mean that used
electrical and electronic equipment and batteries
should not be mixed with general household
waste.
Used electrical/electronic equipment and
batteries must be treated separately and in
accordance with legislation that requires proper
treatment, recovery and recycling of these
products.
By disposing of these products correctly you will
help ensure that the waste undergoes the
necessary treatment, recovery and recycling
and thus prevent potential negative effects on
the environment and human health which could
otherwise arise due to inappropriate waste
handling.
If a chemical symbol is added beneath the symbol shown
above, in accordance with the Battery Directive, this indicates
that a heavy metal (Hg = Mercury, Cd = Cadmium, Pb = Lead)
is present in the battery at a concentration above an applicable
threshold specified in the Battery Directive.
For more information about collection and recycling of used
products, please contact your local authorities, your waste
disposal service or the point of sale where you purchased the
products.
2. In other countries outside the EU
These symbols are only valid in the European Union. If you wish
to discard used products, please contact your local authorities
or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
For Switzerland: Used electrical/electronic equipment can be
returned free of charge to the dealer, even when you don’t
purchase a new product. Further collection facilities are listed
on the home page of www.swico.ch or www.sens.ch.
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The CE Mark is a Directive conformity mark of the
European Union.
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Memo
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Memo
Checking the Contents of the Package
Hot shoe cover FK
(Installed on camera)
Eyecup FR
(Installed on camera)
Body mount cover
(Installed on camera)
Rechargeable Lithium-ion
Battery D-LI109
Battery charger
D-BC109
AC plug cord
Strap
O-ST132
Software (CD-ROM)
S-SW151
Start Guide
Lenses you can use
Lenses that can be used with this camera are DA, DA L, D FA and FA J lenses and lenses that have an 9 (Auto) position on the
aperture ring. To use any other lens or accessory, see p.84.
RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD.
2-35-7, Maeno-cho, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo 174-8639, JAPAN
(http://www.ricoh-imaging.co.jp)
RICOH IMAGING EUROPE
S.A.S
112 Quai de Bezons, B.P. 204, 95106 Argenteuil Cedex, FRANCE
(http://www.ricoh-imaging.fr)
RICOH IMAGING
DEUTSCHLAND GmbH
Am Kaiserkai 1, 20457 Hamburg, GERMANY
(http://www.ricoh-imaging.de)
RICOH IMAGING UK LTD.
PENTAX House, Heron Drive, Langley, Slough, Berks SL3 8PN, U.K.
(http://www.ricoh-imaging.co.uk)
RICOH IMAGING AMERICAS
CORPORATION
633 17th Street, Suite 2600, Denver, Colorado 80202, U.S.A.
(http://www.us.ricoh-imaging.com)
RICOH IMAGING CANADA
INC.
520 Explorer Drive Suite 300, Mississauga, Ontario, L4W 5L1, CANADA
(http://www.ricoh-imaging.ca)
RICOH IMAGING CHINA CO., 23D, Jun Yao International Plaza, 789 Zhaojiabang Road, Xu Hui District,
LTD.
Shanghai, 200032, CHINA
(http://www.ricoh-imaging.com.cn)
SLR Digital Camera
Operating Manual
Introduction
1
Getting Started
2
Shooting
3
Playback
4
Settings
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• Specifications and external dimensions are subject to change without notice.
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To ensure the best performance from your
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