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Handling Precautions um,
1. This camera is not resistant to water, and should
not be used outdoors if it is raining or snowing. If it
is accidentally dropped in water, contact an
authorized Canon service facility. Keep the camera
out of salt spray and excessive humidity. If used at
the beach, clean it thoroughly afterward with a dry
2. Store the camera in a cool, dry, dust-free place. Be
sure to keep the camera out of direct sunlight, and
away from “hot spots” such as the trunk or rear
window shelf of a car. Avoid places where
mothballs are used, and use a desiccant in
excessive humidity.
3. Do not attempt to disassemble the camera
yourself, since there is high-voltage circuitry inside.
4. The battery may explode or cause burns if
disassembled, recharged, shorted, exposed to high
temperatures, or disposed of in a fire.
5. Use a blower brush to remove dust and sand from
the lens and inside the camera. Do not apply any
fluids to the lens or body. Take the camera to an
authorized Canon service facility for a more
thorough cleaning if necessary.
6. Film passing through X-ray examinations at an
airport may be exposed and ruined even when
loaded in the camera. Request a different method
of inspection to avoid damage.
7. Color reproduction may be adversely affected if the
film is left in the camera for a long time. Always
develop exposed film promptly.
The following convention is used in these
O Warnings you should observe when using the
El Additional information on using the camera.
Refer to the page number indicated in parenthesis,
(>), for further details.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
This device may not cause hamful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
Do not make any changes or modifications to the
equipment unless otherwise specified in the instructions. If
such changes or modifications should be made, you could
be required to stop operation of 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 hammful 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 tuming 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
* Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B
limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus
as set out in the interference-causing equipment
standard entitled “Digital Apparatus”, ICES-003 of the
Industry Canada.
Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits
radioélectriques applicables aux appareils
numériques de Classe B prescrites dans la norme
sur le matériel brouilleur: "Appareils Numériques”,
NMB-003 édictée par l'Industrie Canada
The CE Mark is a Directive conformity
C € mark of the European Community (EC)
Thank you for purchasing this Canon product.
Before taking pictures, please read these instructions
carefully for a thorough understanding of how the
camera operates.
Handling Precautions ............---—--.+....eese.
Contents .......... REE Te + oe CNR pep rE EEE EES Ry e 4
Nomenclature cas A SES dre ave 6
E Basic Operations
E Loading the Battery ....... CATES «eB + FERIA 10
Loading the Film:...... ce a TT
Removing the Film... cies 12
Rewinding the Film in Mid-rall....................12
Turning the Power ON ........-...-.+=..ermieaciarnes 13
Checking the Battery Level ........................... 13
Taking Pictures in Flash AUTO Mode ............. 14
Shutter Button................—.—.—....renpenan a 15
Green/Orange Lamps 16
Using Focus LocK..…..………merrsresenencennmnmnnntÜT
Close-up Photography... 18
Subjects Difficult to Autofocus .................... 19
Holding the Camera ie EEE HELEN 19
V) Shooting with Self-timer...............—..—..—.... 20
2 Advanced Operations
5 O Changing the Flash Mode 22
AUTOS Flash AUTO .............e-eseeeereeniveneone 23
AUTOS O Flash AUTO with Red-eye
Reduction .................-.-e.ieeieeeno. 23
% Flash ON (Fires for all shots) .................. 23
& Flash OFF (Never fires) 23
+15@-— 1.56) Flash OFF with Manual
Exposure Compensation 24
+ O Bj Night Portrait (Slow-sync)................ 24
Using Red-eye Reduction Function
Effectively .. В AAI Capea OD
Setting the Custom Functions. ee Tac oe 26
ÿ Shooting with Remote Control Za... 29
Replacing the Remote Control Battery....... 31
Imprinting the Date and Time € ........... .32
Setting the Date and Time..........................32
Imprinting Captions @zzæm 34
Selecting the Language...................=.—....35
3) Additional Information
Troubleshooting..........................—ee ee eee 36
Specifications ..................——...——————— BB
Please note that these instructions are for both the
model with the caption function and model without
caption function. Information relevant only to the
model with the caption function is marked with the
The separately sold Remote Control RC-5 is
available for use with the model oniy
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Nomenclature vo
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(D Shutter button (—14)
O VJ Self-timer/Remote control button
(20, 28, 29)
@ AF* sensor/Metering window
@ LCD panel (—8, 9)
(® Viewfinder window
® Mode button (—32, 34)
7D 5 Flash mode button (>22, 28, 32-34)
(9 Back cover release lever
Press this lever down to open the back cover.
(9 Lens
AD Red-eye reduction/Self-timer lamp/AF*-assist
beam emitter (—20, 23, 25, 30)
In dark places, the AF-assist beam emitter will
light automatically.
(2 Remote control sensor (>29)
* AF is an abbreviation for Auto Focus.
a3 Viewfinder
1% Dioptric adjustment knob
Turn this knob to adjust the focus when you
cannot see the viewfinder image clearly.
(B Orange lamp (-16)
(8 Green lamp (—>16)
® Main switch
(8 [884] Zoom-out (wide-angle)/
Selection button (—>14, 33, 35)
© [4] Zoom-in (telephoto)/Set button
(—14, 28, 32-35)
@ Film check window
ED Strap mount
@ Battery compartment cover (—10)
@ Strap
@ Strap buckle pin
Use this pin to push the +=) button.
© D) Mid-roll rewind button (+12)
E Tripod socket
Attaching the
LCD Panel
(Normally, only the required information is displayed.)
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» AUTO » © bi res
i ® (| D © 5
(D Custom Function number
© Self-timer
© Film mark
(4) Frame counter
© Battery level indicator (—13)
® Night portrait (Slow-sync)
(7D Red-eye reduction mark
& Flash OFF (Never fires)
O $ Flash ON (Fires for all shots)
(9 Flash AUTO
M Manual exposure compensation
(1) @ a
(8) (8 7 € (5) a
(D Date and time, caption number or Custom
Function number
@ Self-timer/Remote control
© Frame counter
@ Film mark
® Battery level indicator (—13)
(O) Night portrait (Slow-sync)
(7D Red-eye reduction mark
& Flash OFF (Never fires)
® $ Flash ON (Fires for all shots)
19 Flash AUTO
M Manual exposure compensation
(2 Caption imprinting
{3 Date and time imprinting
Loading the Battery massa
Applicable Battery: One lithium battery (CR2)
1 Open the battery
J Load a new battery.
e Pull the tape to remove
the battery.
€ Align the + — terminals
correctly and insert the
battery — end first.
= (ash appears on the
LCD panel.
| $4 Close the battery
@ Push the cover closed
until you hear a clicking
= The date display “-- -- --"
on the LCD panel blinks.
Set the date and time
Loading the Film masse
1 Open the back cover
and load the film.
2 Position the film
correctly between the
film guides.
3 Pull the film out to
the » UY (film leader
position indicator).
e Make sure that there is
no slack in the film when
you pull it out
€ If you pull out too much
fim, wind the film back
into the cartridge slightly
© y 4 Close the back cover.
= The film automatically
E winds on to the first
frame and “1” appears
on the frame counter,
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Loading the Film
* A film speed of ISO 400 is recommended.
* The film speed is set to ISO 25 when non-DX
film is loaded. If the film does not have a DX-
code, insert it into the film compartment, close
the back cover and press the shutter button
once or twice.
* For slide (reversal) film, you can use DX-
coded film speeds of ISO 25, 50, 100, 200,
400, 800, 1600 and 3200.
Removing the Film
===, © The film rewinds
-8- automatically when it
“I mb) reaches the end.
E When 8 blinks, open the
back cover and remove the
Rewinding the Film in Mid-roll
® Use the strap buckle pin on
the strap buckle to press
the »» 2) button on the
bottom of the camera.
@ Hold the button down until
the film starts to rewind.
Turning the Power On mss
F- *
- Press the main switch.
= Hold down the main switch
Nor | for approximately 1
second. The lens is set to
Dos 8 = —y the wide-angle position.
`` a"
e |f you press the main
switch again, the lens
retracts, the lens cover
closes and the camera
switches off.
® When you switch the
camera off, the display on
the LCD panel does not
0 Do not push on the lens with your hand.
Checking the Battery Level mmm
Check that Emb appears on the LCD panel when you
turn the power on.
Ea (lit) The battery level OK
№ > (lit) Prepare new battery
+ (blinking) Load a new battery. (+10)
A new battery will generally provide enough
charge to shoot approx. 17 rolls of 24-exposure
film (based on Canon's Standard Test Method at
normal temperature and with 50% flash use). At low
temperatures (—10°C/14°F), the battery life is
approximately one third of the normal figure
El When you take consecutive shots using the
flash, the battery level may drop off temporarily
and prevent the LCD panel from displaying
information correctly. If this occurs, switch the
camera off and wait a few minutes before
switching it back on again.
Taking Pictures in Flash AUTO Mode mm
As long as the subject is in the wide area AF frame,
the subject will be in focus. The flash also fires
automatically in low hght or backlit conditions
1 Decide on the size of
your subject.
e Pressing the [$] button
zooms In on your
subject while pressing
the [484] button zooms
out for a wide-angle
subject and lightly press
the shutter button
halfway down (press
Wide area AF frame
2 Set the focus.
@ Position the wide area
f \ — AF frame over your
Green lamp
= = When the subject is in
= Ü focus, the green lamp
O lights. (>16)
e a m When the flash fires
| automatically, the
orange lamp lights.
e Keep the shutter button
pressed halfway (Focus
Orange lamp
= | 3 Compose the shot
— and take the picture.
= ё @ Press the shutter bution
fully (press firmly).
e Press the shutter button
slowly and gently.
= The picture is taken
0 There is a very short delay between the shutter
button being pressed and the shutter releasing.
In general, you should continue to hold the
camera still until you hear the sound of the film
winding on, which indicates that the shot has
been taken.
E If the lens is left extended in the telephoto
position and is not used for 4 minutes, the lens
is automatically retracted to wide-angle position.
В Shutter Button
The shutter button is a two-stage switch. Lightly
press the shutter button halfway & (press
lightly) to automatically determine focus and
exposure. Press again fully + (press firmly) to
take the picture.
Green/Orange Lamps
When you press the shutter button halfway down, the |
lamps light or blink to show whether the camera is
ready to shoot.
Green lamp
Lit: Camera ready to shool
(subject in focus)
Too-close warning:
4 times per second
Focus warning:
16 times per second
Orange lamp
Lit: Flash ready
Camera shake warning
(in ® mode)
Ф * |f a too-close warning is given, move back and
press the shutter button again to check the
green lamp is not blinking.
* If a focus warning is given, set the wide area
AF frame on an area with contrast and try
focusing again.
* If a camera shake warning is given, use a
tripod to keep the camera steady.
Taking Pictures in Flash AUTO Mode
Using Focus Lock
Use focus lock when you want to take a properly
focused shot where the subject is not in the center of
the picture.
e Set the focus as described
in step 2 “Taking Pictures in
Flash AUTO Mode”.
Once your subject is in
focus, keep the shutter
button held down halfway
as you recompose the shot
+ with the subject to one side
of the viewfinder. Then
press the shutter button
down fully
Once you have set the focus, ensure that your
subject does not move relative to the camera. If
the distance to the subject changes, lock the
focus again.
El « Use of the CF4 Custom Function setting is
recommended for such shots since it uses
center-point AF to set the focus precisely.
When you are shooting in remote control
mode, the focus remains locked for
approximately 4 minutes after you press the
shutter button halfway down, even if you
release the shutter button. This gives you time
to set the focus beforehand, compose the
shot, and then take the picture.
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Close-up Photography
When the shooting distance is closer than 1 m/3.3 ft,
there is a difference between what you see in the
viewfinder and the picture you actually take, and
therefore the part of the picture outside the close-up
frame will be cut off.
Close-up frame O Set the focus as described
in step 2 “Taking Pictures in
Flash AUTO Mode".
Once your subject is in
focus, keep the shutter
button held down halfway
as you recompose the shot
so that the subject is inside
the close-up frame.
Area actually photographed when the lens is
in the telephoto position (inside dotted line)
Taking Pictures in Flash AUTO Mode
O Subjects Difficult to Autofocus
The green lamp blinks 16 times per second for
subjects with the following characteristics that
cannot be brought into focus.
If this happens, lock the focus on a subject that
is approximately the same distance away as
your subject, and recompose the shot.
Subjects difficult to autofocus:
* Subjects in scenes without much contrast,
e.g. blue sky, or scenes of mainly one color
* Subjects in very dark places
* Subjects in extreme backlit situations or
subjects which are extremely reflective,
e.g. the body of a car which gives off a strong
* Subjects in a photograph, some of which are
close and some of which are in the distance,
e.g. animals in a cage
* Subjects with a repetitive pattern,
e.g. continuous windows in a building, etc.
В Holding the Camera
» Grasp the camera firmly with both hands so
that it does not move, and make sure that your
hair, fingers or camera strap etc. do not come
into contact with the lens, the AF sensor or the
+ Place the tip of your finger on the shutter
button and holding the camera firmly, gently
press down on the shutter button.
À) Shooting with Self-timer
The self-timer function allows you to take a picture
when you are some distance from the camera.
3 Set the camera to
self-timer mode.
e Press the ® button.
=» ®) appears on the LCD
® If you then press the ©)
button again, 8)
disappears and self-
timer mode is cancelled.
J Compose the picture
and press the shutter
= The red-eye reduction
lamp blinks once a
second and a
countdown seconds
remaining before the
photo is taken is
displayed on the LCD
= The shutter is released
after 10-sec. delay.
@ To cancel the self-timer,
press the À) button
ST Lo. ==!
O Do not stand directly in front of the camera
when you press the shutter button as this will
result in the picture being out of focus.
a * Set the camera on a steady surface or use a
e Approx. 2 sec. before the shutter is released,
the lamp blinks more rapidly. If the flash and
the red-eye reduction function are used, the
lamp stays lit for the last 2 seconds.
= Self-timer shots can be taken continuously for
the 4 minutes that À) is displayed.
* The remote control can be used. (>29)
5 © Changing the Flash Mode ua
You can fire the flash for every shot or cancel flash
operation to suit the subject or location.
—— Select the flash mode.
e Press the 3 O button to
select the mode you want,
IC) +® = Each time you press the
1 5 O button, each of the
modes is displayed and
wl Ч you can cycle through them
nn in the following way:
$ =
AUTOS » WOE » 5 » @ —
OR < —15® < +15® «
Flash Distance Range (with color print film)
Film speed Wide-angle Telephoto
100 0.6 10 3.1 т 0.6 10 2.0 т
(2.0 10 10.2 ft) (2.0 to 6.6 ft.)
200 0.6 to 44 m 0.6 to 28 m
iso (2.0 to 14.4 ft) (2.0 to 9.2 ft.)
400 0.6 to 6.2 m 0.6 to 4.0 m
(2.0 to 20.4 ft.) (2.0 to 13.2 ft.)
800 0.6 to 8.8 m 0.6 to 5.6 m
(2.0 to 28.9 ft.) (2.0 to 18.4 ft.)
In dark places and in backlit conditions, the flash fires
You can select whether the autoflash mode
initially set when you switch the camera on is
AUTO$® or AUTO%. Set the camera to the
desired autoflash mode and then switch the
camera OFF.
You can use the CF2 Custom Function setting
to specify that whichever flash mode is active
when you switch off the camera should be
stored in the camera's memory. (—26)
AUTOS O) Flash AUTO with Red-eye
In dark places, the flash automatically fires after the
red-eye reduction lamp has lit.
You cannot shoot while the red-eye reduction lamp is
on (for approximately 1 second). Keep pressing the
shutter button until you hear the sound of the film
winding on.
% Flash ON (Fires for all shots)
In this mode, the flash fires regardless of the light
conditions when the picture is taken. Use this setting
for fill-in flash in daylight or to soften the shadows of
the subject.
(%) Flash OFF (Never fires)
In this mode, the flash does not fire regardless of =
how dark conditions are when the picture is taken.
Use this mode for sunset shots, for places where
flash use is prohibited, or for available-light
+ 1.50) Flash OFF with Manual
— 1,56) Exposure Compensation
There is automatic exposure compensation in backlit
conditions but manual exposure compensation is also
e The effects of exposure compensation may be
difficult to see on prints from color print film.
+156 Exposure Compensation
You can use this setting to prevent your subject being
too dark (underexposed) when the surroundings are
extremely bright, such as at a ski-resort or in backlit
— 1.56) Exposure Compensation
You can use this setting to prevent your subject being
too bright (overexposed) when the surroundings are
extremely dark, such as on a spotlit stage.
do Pre ESS)
This mode is effective for shooting subject with a
night scene in the background.
Using a slow shutter speed, you can shoot faraway
night scenes where the flash will not reach.
Even after the flash has fired, make sure the person
in the photograph does not move until you hear the
sound of the film winding on.
® The red-eye reduction function operates.
® In some conditions, AUTO%®@ may give better
results. For this reason, it is best to take the picture
in both OB and AUTOS @ modes
Changing the Flash Mode
Because of the slow shutter speeds (up to 2
seconds) in dark places in &, +1.5® ,
— 1.59 , and ¿€ Ej modes you must use a
tripod to keep the camera steady.
Using Red-eye Reduction Function
When you use the flash to take photos of
people in low light conditions, their eyes
sometimes glow red in the photograph. This is
referred to as the red-eye effect and is caused
by the light of the flash being reflected off the
retina of the eye.
When the red-eye reduction operates, the red-
eye reduction lamp lights for approximately 1
second before the flash fires. This causes the
subject's pupils to contract, minimizing the risk
of red-eye.
(D Take the picture from within 2 m/6.6 ft. of
your subject,
O Attract the subject's attention so that he or
she looks at the camera.
* The effectiveness of the red-eye reduction
function varies from person to person.
* Set the lens to the wide-angle position.
* Raise the available light level as much as
Setting the Custom Functions
You can customize the functions listed below to suit
your preferences or the photography conditions.
Custom Function No. Setting
0 Off
Real-time Release CF1
1 On
0 Off
Flash Mode Memory CF2
1 On
0 On
Automatic Film Rewind | CF3
1 Off
0 Off
Center-point AF CF4
1 On
Continuous Shooting CFS 2 ort
1 On
Effects with the Function Set to 1
Releases the shutter immediately when you press the
shutter button halfway down and then press it fully.
Useful for situations where you need an instant
camera response.
Stores the flash mode in memory immediately before
the camera is switched off. Useful when you always
want to set the flash to a particular mode. (+22)
Useful for situations where you do not want the
sudden sound of the film rewinding. When you reach
the end of the roll, the number on the frame counter
and the $ blink. Press the >>() button to start film
rewinding. (>12)
A convenient function for when you want the subject
of your shot to be off the center (+17) or when you
want to focus definitely on your subject.
The subject must be positioned in the center of the
wide area AF frame.
While the shutter button is pressed, you can take
approximately 0.8 continuous shots per second.
0 If you press the shutter button all the way down
in a single movement, real-time release does
not operate.
El * The Custom Functions were all set to zero (0)
at the factory setting.
* The Custom Function settings are retained
even when you switch the camera off and on,
replace the film, or replace the battery.
Setting the Custom Functions
CF 1-0 2 * Set the camera to
[= Custom Function
setting mode.
@ Switch the camera off.
6 Hold down the ® button
and press the 3 O
“CF 1-0” appears on the
LCD panel
2 Select a function.
e The selected function
changes each time you
press the [$] button.
a » CF2 » CF3
CF5 4 CF4 D
+ Set the function.
Oe Press the $@ button to
change the setting
display to 1 (function
Press the 5@ button
eld 1% # =
again to change the
ГР 2-1 “2 setting to O (function
= disabled).
[wa]: e Turning the power on
completes the settings,
B Shooting with Remote Control
You can use the remote control (RC-5) to release the
shutter from up to 5 m /16.4 ft. in front of the camera
Transmitter button Battery holder
Transmitter Batiery holder release button
1 Set the camera to
=+ remote control mode.
© e Press the V)j button.
= =O] appears on the
lat on
® if you then press the _
NT 2907 10 D) button again, Wi
disappears and remote
control mode is
2 Take the picture.
e Point the remote control
towards the sensor on
the camera and press
the transmitter button.
= The shutter is released
approximately 2 seconds
Transmitter button
Remote control sensor
Remote control signal reception:
Reception of the remote control signal is indicated by
the red-eye reduction lamp blinking 4 times a second
(or remaining lit when red-eye reduction is used) and
a countdown displayed on the LCD panel
O * Shooting with remote control may not be
possible if the remote control sensor on the
camera is exposed to sunlight or strong
fluorescent light. If this happens, use the self-
timer to take the picture or move the camera
to another location.
* The camera's remote control function may not
operate correctly if the camera is close to a
fluorescent light during signal reception. If this
happens, move the camera away from the
fluorescent light.
* Remote control shots can be taken for the 4
minutes that NT is displayed.
* Set the camera on a steady surface or use a
Shooting with Remote Control
ln 77 11 Te
Replacing the Remote Control Battery
Replace the battery when you can no longer use the
remote control to take pictures
Battery: one CR2032 lithium battery
% Pull out the battery
e (1) Use a pen or other
pointed implement to
push in the release
button © as you slide
the battery holder out.
} Load a new battery
into the holder and fit
the holder back into
the remote control.
© Ensure that the + and —
terminals are positioned
Imprinting the Date and Time С
1 Select the Date mode.
Le [ED [ @ Press the (MODE) button
Sco untit DATE appears оп
+ the LCD panel.
+ 1
| > Select the date and
no 12 24 time combination.
DATE @ The date and time
<YearMonthvDay= combination changes
each time you press the
122402 bur
DATE e Press the 4 @ button to
<Month/Day/ Year> return to ready-to-shoot
» mode,
24 (2 ac
eDay Month Years
24 16:45
<Day HourMinute=
v Date/time etc, imprinted here
(No data imprinted)
El The “02” in the year display indicates the last
two digits in the year 2002.
Setting the Date and Time
When you replace the battery or travel to the different
time zone, use the following procedure to set or
adjust the date and time settings
4 Select the Date mode. sg
Setting the Date 7 Set the date and time.
Press the [684] button for
more than 2 seconds for
{aa- ia cd date/time set mode.
® Press the [#48] button to
= select the setting
position (numbers
(2) gl "
2-10 20 | blinking). Setting
— ¡TE position cycles through
in the order year-month-
0 2 © 20 | (Press the [$] button to
set the number.
Setting the Time O Repeat E and © above
to set all digits of the
! date and time. Pressing
e amas
EY the [4] button while “:”
DATE is blinking resets the
seconds (:) setting to
a >
| - 16:24 | ® Press the [249] button
“TE and once “:" stops
| &-50- | Press the 5@ button
va to return to ready-to-
blinking, date and time
setting is completed.
shoot mode.
Each time the [§] button is pressed, the
number increases by one. If kept pressed, the
number increases continuously.
Imprinting Captions ee
| 1 Select the Caption
@ Press the button
until CAPTION appears
on the LCD panel,
A Select a caption.
@ The caption number
changes each time you
press the [$] button.
@ Select OFF to cancel the
© Press the 7 O button to
return to ready-to-shoot
| ]
OFF (no datà imprinted)
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В « If you want to imprint a caption only, set the
date and time to “-- -- --" (—32).
* The caption is cleared after each photo is
taken. To imprint the caption in successive
photos, press the [4] button for more than 2
seconds. CAPTION, on the LCD panel, blinks.
Selecting the Language
Language mode.
e Press the [144] button for
more than 2 seconds.
=» | ANGUAGE blinks.
Caption No.
ей É
1 À Select the language.
E (English) @ Each time you press the
- [$] button, the language
F (French ©
( ) @ Press the [884] button to
У set the language.
D (German)
ES (Spanish)
Troubleshooting mess"
In case of problems, check the table below before
taking your camera to be repaired.
Problem Solution
E_? blinks on the » Replace the battery. (+10)
LCD panel.
Ea is not * Load the battery. (—10)
displayed on the * Reload the battery
LCD panel. correctly. (—10)
* Replace the battery. (—10)
The lens is not set.
* Reload the battery
correctly. (10)
“0” blinks on the
frame counter.
* Reload the film correctly.
The shutter does
not release.
* Turn the power on. (> 13)
* Replace the battery. (10)
= Reload the film correctly.
= Remove the film and load a
new one. (>11, 12)
* Hold the shutter button
down until the shutter
releases. (—15)
= Change the flash mode.
The photographs
are blurred.
s Ensure that the AF sensor
is not obscured by your
hair, fingers etc. (>19)
« Make sure that you do not
stand directly in front of the
camera when pressing the
shutter button. (—21)
» Press the shutter button
slowly and gently. (—15)
« Wipe the AF sensor clean.
| can't imprint the
date/time or a
caption on the last
* Use 12-, 20-, 24- or 36-
exposure film with the DX-
The date/time or
caption imprinted on
the photos is difficult
to read
* Compose your shots so
that the background where
the data is imprinted is
dark. (->32)
“H” is displayed on
the LCD panel.
* Remove the battery from
the camera. When the “H”
disappears from the LCD
panel, load the battery
again. (—10)
Specifications > Ger ss ame
Type: Fully-automatic 35 mm lens-shutter AF camera
Recording Medium: 35 mm film
Image Size: 24 x 36 mm
Lens: Canon zoom lens 38 — 130 mm f/5.6 — 12.5
Viewfinder: Real-image zoom viewfinder
Coverage: Approx. 84%
Dioptric Adjustment: -2.5 to +0.5 dpt
Viewfinder Information: Picture frame, Wide area
AF frame, Close-up frame
Green lamp: Camera ready indicator/too-close
warning/focus warning
Orange lamp: Flash ready indicator/camera shake
Focusing: Passive 3-point AIAF*
Shooting Distance: 0.6 m (2.0 ft.) — infinity
Exposure Control Range:
Wide-angle: 1/560 sec., {/30 — 2 sec, 1/5.6
Telephoto: 1/340 sec., 1/39 — 2 sec., f/12.5
Film Speeds: DX-coded ISO 25 — 3200 set
automatically in full-stop increments
Exposure Compensation:
Automatic: In backlit conditions
Manual: +1.5 or —1,5-stops
Shutter: Electromagnetically controlled programmed
Self-timer: Shoot after 10 sec. delay.
Flash: Built-in zoom flash
Flash Mode:
. Auto: Fires automatically in low light and backlit
2. Flash AUTO with red-eye reduction: Fires
automatically in low light and backlit conditions.
Flash ON: Fires for all shots.
Flash OFF: Never fires.
. Night portrait (slow-sync) with red-eye
reduction: Fires for all shots.
сов о
Flash Distance Range:
(with color print film)
ISO Wide-angle Telephoto
100 06to3.1m 0.6 10 2.0 т
(2.0 to 10.2 ft.) (2.0 to 6.6 ft.)
400 0.6 to 6.2 M 0.6 10 4.0 т
(2.0 to 20.4 ft.) (2.0 to 13.2 ft.)
Flash Recycling Time: Approx. 6 seconds (with new
Film Transport: Automatic, mid-roll rewind
Frame Counter: Counts up during film advance
Custom Functions: Five (real-time release, flash
mode memory, disabling automatic film rewind,
center-point AF, continuous shooting)
Power Source: One CR2 lithium battery
Battery Life: Approx. 17 rolls (24-ex. normal
temperature with 50% flash use)
Dimensions (W x H x D): 105 x 58.5 x 45.8 mm/
4,1 x 2.3 x 1.8 in.
Weight: 210 g/7.4 oz. (without battery)
Automatic Date: Auto calendar to 2049.
Caption: 5 types of captions each in 4 languages
Remote Control: Remote Controller RC-5
« All the data is based on Canon's testing standards.
* Specifications and physical appearance are subject
to change without notice.
* AIAF (Dual AF) Function
AIAF (Artificial Intelligence Auto-focus) has a wide
focusing area and is a function for accurate
Les symboles suivants sont utilisés dans ces
Avertissements que vous devez observer
lorsque vous utilisez l'appareil.
Informations supplémentaires sur l'utilisation
de l'appareil.
Reportez-vous au numéro de page indiqué entre
parenthèses (—>**) pour des détails
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