Owner`s manual | Canon 2711B054AA All in One Printer User Manual

BL02401-101
DIGITAL CAMERA
X100S
Owner’s Manual
Thank you for your purchase of this product. This
manual describes how to use your FUJIFILM X100S
digital camera and install the supplied software. Be
sure that you have read and understood its contents
before using the camera.
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Before You Begin
First Steps
Basic Photography
and Playback
Basic Movie Recording
and Playback
The Q (Quick Menu) Button
More on Photography
and Playback
Menus
For information on related products, visit our website at
http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/index.html
For more information on the X100S, visit
http://fujifilm-x.com/x100s/
Connections
Technical Notes
Troubleshooting
Appendix
For Your Safety
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• Read Instructions: All the safety and operating instructions
should be read before the appliance is operated.
• Retain Instructions: The safety and operating instructions
should be retained for future reference.
• Heed Warnings: All warnings on the appliance and in the
operating instructions should be adhered to.
• Follow Instructions: All operating and use instructions
should be followed.
Installation
Power Sources: This video product should be operated only
from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your
home, consult your appliance dealer or local power company. For video products intended to operate from battery
power, or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.
This video product should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation
is provided or the manufacturer’s instructions have been
adhered to. This video product should never be placed near
or over a radiator or heat register.
Attachments: Do not use attachments not recommended by
the video product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
Water and Moisture: Do not use this video product near water—for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink,
or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool,
and the like.
Power-Cord Protection: Power-supply cords should be routed
so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by
items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
Grounding or Polarization: This video product is equipped point where they exit from the appliance.
with a polarized alternating-current line plug (a plug having
one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the Accessories: Do not place this video product on an unstable
power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The video product may
are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try revers- fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious
ing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your damage to the appliance. Use only with a cart, stand, trielectrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat pod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or
sold with the video product. Any mounting of the appliance
the safety purpose of the polarized plug.
should follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use
Alternate Warnings: This video product is equipped with a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer.
a three-wire grounding-type plug, a plug having a third
(grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a grounding- An appliance and cart combination
type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable should be moved with care. Quick
to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to stops, excessive force, and uneven
replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety pur- surfaces may cause the appliance
and cart combination to overturn.
pose of the grounding type plug.
Overloading: Do not overload wall outlets and extension
cords as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
Ventilation: Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided
for ventilation, to ensure reliable operation of the video
product and to protect it from overheating, and these openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should
never be blocked by placing the video product on a bed,
sofa, rug, or other similar surface.
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Antennas
Outdoor Antenna Grounding: If an outside antenna or cable
system is connected to the video product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70,
provides information with respect to proper grounding of the
mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire
to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors,
location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding
electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING
AS PER NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
Ground Clamp
Antenna Lead
in Wire
Electric Service
Equipment
Antenna
Discharge Unit
(NEC SECTION
810-20)
Ground Clamps
Power Service Grounding Electrode
System (NEC ART 250. PART H)
Grounding Conductors
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
Power Lines: An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric
light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power
lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system,
extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such
power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal.
Use
Cleaning: Unplug this video product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
Object and Liquid Entry: Never push objects of any kind into this
video product through openings as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the video product.
Lightning: For added protection for this video product receiver during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended
and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall
outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will
prevent damage to the video product due to lightning and
power-line surges.
For Your Safety
Service
Be sure to read these notes before use
Servicing: Do not attempt to service this video product
Safety Notes
yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to • Make sure that you use your camera correctly. Read these
qualified service personnel.
safety notes and your Owner’s Manual carefully before use.
Damage Requiring Service: Unplug this video product from • After reading these safety notes, store them in a safe place.
the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service perAbout the Icons
sonnel under the following conditions:
The icons shown below are used in this document to indi• When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged
cate the severity of the injury or damage that can result if the
• If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the
information indicated by the icon is ignored and the product
video product.
is used incorrectly as a result.
• If the video product has been exposed to rain or water.
• If the video product has been dropped or the cabinet has
This icon indicates that death or seribeen damaged.
WARNING ous injury can result if the information
If the video product does not operate normally follow the
is ignored.
operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are
This icon indicates that personal injury
covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjustCAUTION or material damage can result if the inment of other controls may result in damage and will often
formation is ignored.
require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore
The icons shown below are used to indicate the nature of the
the video product to its normal operation.
instructions which are to be observed.
When the video product exhibits a distinct change in perforTriangular icons tell you that this information remance — this indicates a need for service.
quires attention (“Important”).
Replacement Parts: When replacement parts are required,
Circular icons with a diagonal bar tell you that the
be sure the service technician has used replacement parts
action indicated is prohibited (“Prohibited”).
specified by the manufacturer or have the same characterFilled circles with an exclamation mark indicate an
action that must be performed (“Required”).
istics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may
result in fire, electric shock or other hazards.
Safety Check: Upon completion of any service or repairs to
this video product, ask the service technician to perform
safety checks to determine that the video product is in
proper operating condition.
WARNING
Unplug
from power
socket
If a problem arises, turn the camera off, remove the
battery, and disconnect and unplug the AC power
adapter. Continued use of the camera when it
is emitting smoke, is emitting any unusual odor,
or is in any other abnormal state can cause a fire
or electric shock. Contact your FUJIFILM dealer.
Do not allow water or foreign objects to enter the
camera. If water or foreign objects get inside the
camera, turn the camera off, remove the battery,
and disconnect and unplug the AC power adapter. Continued use of the camera can cause a fire
or electric shock. Contact your FUJIFILM dealer.
WARNING
Do not use in
the bathroom
or shower
Do not disassemble
Do not touch
internal parts
Do not use the camera in the bathroom or shower.
This can cause a fire or electric shock.
Never attempt to change or take apart the camera
(never open the case). Failure to observe this precaution can cause fire or electric shock.
Should the case break open as the result of a fall or
other accident, do not touch the exposed parts. Failure to observe this precaution could result in electric shock or in injury from touching the damaged
parts. Remove the battery immediately, taking
care to avoid injury or electric shock, and take the
product to the point of purchase for consultation.
Do not change, heat or unduly twist or pull the connection cord and do not place heavy objects on the
connection cord. These actions could damage the
cord and cause a fire or electric shock. If the cord
is damaged, contact your FUJIFILM dealer.
Do not place the camera on an unstable surface. This
can cause the camera to fall or tip over and cause
injury.
Never attempt to take pictures while in motion. Do
not use the camera while walking or driving. This
can result in you falling down or being involved in
a traffic accident.
Do not touch any metal parts of the camera during
a thunderstorm. This can cause an electric shock
due to induced current from the lightning discharge.
Do not use the battery except as specified. Load the
battery as shown by the indicator.
Do not heat, change or take apart the battery. Do not
drop or subject the battery to impacts. Do not store
the battery with metallic products. Any of these actions can cause the battery to burst or leak and
cause fire or injury as a result.
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For Your Safety
WARNING
Use only batteries or AC power adapters specified for
use with this camera. Do not use voltages other than
the power supply voltage shown. The use of other
power sources can cause a fire.
If the battery leaks and fluid gets in contact with your
eyes, skin or clothing, flush the affected area with
clean water and seek medical attention or call an
emergency number right away.
Do not use the charger to charge batteries other than
those specified here. The supplied charger is for
use only with batteries of the type supplied with
the camera. Using the charger to charge conventional batteries or other types of rechargeable
batteries can cause the battery to leak, overheat
or burst.
Do not use in the presence of flammable objects, explosive gases, or dust.
When carrying the battery, install it in a digital camera or keep it in the hard case. When storing the battery, keep it in the hard case. When discarding, cover
the battery terminals with insulation tape. Contact
with other metallic objects or batteries could
cause the battery to ignite or burst.
Keep memory cards out of the reach of small children.
Because memory cards are small, they can be
swallowed by children. Be sure to store memory
cards out of the reach of small children. If a child
swallows a memory card, seek medical attention
or call an emergency number.
CAUTION
Do not use this camera in locations affected by oil
fumes, steam, humidity or dust. This can cause a
fire or electric shock.
Do not leave this camera in places subject to extremely
high temperatures. Do not leave the camera in
locations such as a sealed vehicle or in direct sunlight. This can cause a fire.
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CAUTION
Keep out of the reach of small children. This product
could cause injury in the hands of a child.
Do not place heavy objects on the camera. This can
cause the heavy object to tip over or fall and
cause injury.
Do not move the camera while the AC power adapter
is still connected. Do not pull on the connection cord
to disconnect the AC power adapter. This can damage the power cord or cables and cause a fire or
electric shock.
Do not cover or wrap the camera or the AC power
adapter in a cloth or blanket. This can cause heat
to build up and distort the casing or cause a fire.
When you are cleaning the camera or you do not plan
to use the camera for an extended period, remove
the battery and disconnect and unplug the AC power
adapter. Failure to do so can cause a fire or electric shock.
When charging ends, unplug the charger from the
power socket. Leaving the charger plugged into
the power socket can cause a fire.
Using a flash too close to a person’s eyes may temporarily affect the eyesight. Take particular care when
photographing infants and young children.
When a memory card is removed, the card could come
out of the slot too quickly. Use your finger to hold it
and gently release the card. Injury could result to
those struck by the ejected card.
Request regular internal testing and cleaning for
your camera. Build-up of dust in your camera
can cause a fire or electric shock. Contact your
FUJIFILM dealer to request internal cleaning every
two years. Please note that this service is not free
of charge.
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
The Battery and Power Supply
Note: Check the type of battery used in your camera and
read the appropriate sections.
The following describes the proper use of batteries and how
to prolong their life. Incorrect use can shorten battery life or
cause leakage, overheating, fire, or explosion.
Li-ion Batteries
Read this section if your camera uses a rechargeable
Li-ion battery.
The battery is not charged at shipment. Charge the battery
before use. Keep the battery in its case when not in use.
■ Notes on the Battery
The battery gradually loses its charge when not in use.
Charge the battery one or two days before use.
Battery life can be extended by turning the camera off when
not in use.
Battery capacity decreases at low temperatures; a depleted
battery may not function at when cold. Keep a fully charged
spare battery in a warm place and exchange as necessary,
or keep the battery in your pocket or other warm place and
insert it in the camera only when shooting. Do not place
the battery in direct contact with hand warmers or other
heating devices.
■ Charging the Battery
Charge the battery in the supplied battery charger. Charging times will increase at ambient temperatures below
+10 °C (+50 °F) or above +35 °C (+95 °F). Do not attempt
to charge the battery at temperatures above 40 °C (+104 °F);
at temperatures below 0 °C (+32 °F), the battery will not
charge.
Do not attempt to recharge a fully charged battery. The battery does not however need to be fully discharged before
charging.
The battery may be warm to the touch immediately after
charging or use. This is normal.
For Your Safety
■ Battery Life
At normal temperatures, the battery can be recharged about
300 times. A noticeable decrease in the length of time the
battery will hold a charge indicates that it has reached the
end of its service life and should be replaced.
■ Storage
Performance may be impaired if the battery is left unused
for extended periods when fully charged. Run the battery
flat before storing it.
If the camera will not be used for an extended period, remove the battery and store it in a dry place with an ambient
temperature of from +15 °C to +25 °C (+59 °F to +77 °F). Do
not store in locations exposed to extremes of temperature.
■ Cautions: Handling the Battery
• Do not transport or store with metal objects such as necklaces or hairpins.
• Do not expose to flame or heat.
• Do not disassemble or modify.
• Use with designated chargers only.
• Dispose of used batteries promptly.
• Do not drop or subject to strong physical shocks.
• Do not expose to water.
• Keep the terminals clean.
• The battery and camera body may become warm to the
touch after extended use. This is normal.
AA Alkaline/Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries
Read this section if your camera uses AA alkaline or rechargeable AA Ni-MH batteries. Information on compatible battery types may be found elsewhere in the camera
manual.
■ Cautions: Handling the Batteries
• Do not expose to water, flame, or heat, or store in warm or
humid conditions.
• Do not transport or store with metal objects such as necklaces or hairpins.
• Do not disassemble or modify the batteries or battery
casing.
• Do not subject to strong physical shocks.
• Do not use batteries that are leaking, deformed, or discolored.
• Keep out of reach of infants and small children.
• Insert in the correct orientation.
• Do not mix old and new batteries, batteries with different
charge levels, or batteries of different types.
• If the camera will not be used for an extended period, remove the batteries. Note that the camera clock will be reset.
• The batteries may be warm to the touch immediately after
use. Turn the camera off and allow the batteries to cool
before handling.
• Battery capacity tends to decrease at low temperatures.
Keep spare batteries in a pocket or other warm place and
exchange as necessary. Cold batteries may recover some
of their charge when warmed.
• Fingerprints and other stains on the battery terminals
can impair battery performance. Thoroughly clean the
terminals with a soft, dry cloth before inserting them in
the camera.
The camera draws a small amount of current even when off.
Ni-MH batteries that have been left in the camera for an extended period may be drawn down to the point that they no
longer hold a charge. Battery performance may also drop if
the batteries are run down in a device such as a flashlight. Use
the discharge option in the camera setup menu to discharge
Ni-MH batteries. Batteries that no longer hold a charge
even after repeatedly being discharged and recharged have
reached the end of their service life and must be replaced.
Ni-MH batteries can be recharged in a battery charger (sold
separately). Batteries may become warm to the touch after
charging. Refer to the instructions provided with the charger
for more information. Use the charger with compatible batteries only.
Ni-MH batteries gradually lose their charge when not in use.
■ Disposal
Dispose of used batteries in accord with local regulations.
AC Power Adapters (Available Separately)
If the batteries leak, clean the battery compartment This section applies to all camera models. Use only
thoroughly before inserting new batteries.
FUJIFILM AC power adapters designated for use with this
If fluid from the battery comes into contact with skin camera. Other adapters could damage the camera.
or clothing, flush the affected area with water. If • The AC power adapter is for indoor use only.
fluid enters your eyes, immediately flush the affected • Be sure the DC plug is securely connected to the camera.
area with water and seek medical attention. Do not rub • Turn the camera off before disconnecting the adapter.
Disconnect the adapter by the plug, not the cable.
your eyes. Failure to observe this precaution could result
• Do not use with other devices.
in permanent visual impairment.
• Do not disassemble.
■ Ni-MH Batteries
• Do not expose to high heat and humidity.
The capacity of Ni-MH batteries may be temporarily reduced
• Do not subject to strong physical shocks.
when new, after long periods of disuse, or if they are repeat• The adapter may hum or become hot to the touch during
edly recharged before being fully discharged. This is normal
use. This is normal.
and does not indicate a malfunction. Capacity can be in• If the adapter causes radio interference, reorient or relocate
creased by repeatedly discharging the batteries using the
the receiving antenna.
discharge option in the camera setup menu and recharging
them using a battery charger.
Q CAUTION: Do not use the discharge option with alkaline
batteries.
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For Your Safety
Using the Camera
• Do not aim the camera at extremely bright light sources,
such as the sun in a cloudless sky. Failure to observe this
precaution could damage the camera image sensor.
• Strong sunlight focused through the viewfinder may damage the panel of electronic viewfinder (EVF). Do not aim
the electronic viewfinder at the sun.
Liquid Crystal
In the event that the display is damaged, care should be
taken to avoid contact with liquid crystal. Take the urgent
action indicated should any of the following situations arise:
• If liquid crystal comes in contact with your skin, clean the
area with a cloth and then wash thoroughly with soap and
running water.
• If liquid crystal enters your eyes, flush the affected eye with
clean water for at least 15 minutes and then seek medical
assistance.
• If liquid crystal is swallowed, rinse your mouth thoroughly
with water. Drink large quantities of water and induce
vomiting, then seek medical assistance.
Take Test Shots
Before taking photographs on important occasions (such as
at weddings or before taking the camera on a trip), take a
test shot and view the results to ensure that the camera is
functioning normally. FUJIFILM Corporation can not accept
liability for damages or lost profits incurred as a result of
Although the display is manufactured using extremely highproduct malfunction.
precision technology, it may contain pixels that are always lit
Notes on Copyright
or that do not light. This is not a malfunction, and images
Unless intended solely for personal use, images recorded us- recorded with the product are unaffected.
ing your digital camera system cannot be used in ways that
infringe copyright laws without the consent of the owner. Trademark Information
Note that some restrictions apply to the photographing of xD-Picture Card and E are trademarks of FUJIFILM
stage performances, entertainments, and exhibits, even Corporation. The typefaces included herein are solely develwhen intended purely for personal use. Users are also asked oped by DynaComware Taiwan Inc. Macintosh, QuickTime,
to note that the transfer of memory cards containing images and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S.A. and
or data protected under copyright laws is only permissible other countries. Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and
the Windows logo are trademarks of the Microsoft group of
within the restrictions imposed by those copyright laws.
companies. Adobe and Adobe Reader are either trademarks
Handling
or registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in
To ensure that images are recorded correctly, do not subject the U.S.A. and/or other countries. The SDHC and SDXC logos
the camera to impact or physical shocks while images are are trademarks of SD-3C, LLC. The HDMI logo is a trademark.
being recorded.
YouTube is a trademark of Google Inc. All other trade names
mentioned in this manual are the trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
Electrical Interference
This camera may interfere with hospital or aviation equipment. Consult with hospital or airline staff before using the
camera in a hospital or on an aircraft.
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Exif Print (Exif Version 2.3)
Exif Print is a newly revised digital camera file format in
which information stored with photographs is used for optimal color reproduction during printing.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Read Before Using the Software
Direct or indirect export, in whole or in part, of licensed software without the permission of the applicable governing
bodies is prohibited.
For Your Safety
NOTICES
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
For Customers in Canada
CAUTION: This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Please read the “Safety Notes” and make sure you understand them before using the Disposal of Electrical and Electronic Equipment in Private Households
In the European Union, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein: This symbol on the
camera.
product, or in the manual and in the warranty, and/or on its packaging indicates
Perchlorate Material—special handling may apply. See http://www.dtsc.ca.gov/ that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead it should be
hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
taken to an applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.
For Customers in the U. S. A.
Tested To Comply With FCC Standards
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative
consequences to the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by
FCC Statement: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to inappropriate waste handling of this product.
the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this This symbol on the batteries or accumulators indicates that those batteries shall
device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause unde- not be treated as household waste.
sired operation.
CAUTION: 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.
• You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
If your equipment contains easy removable batteries or accumulators please dispose these
separately according to your local requirements.
The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about recycling this product, please contact your local city office, your household waste
disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
In Countries Outside the European Union, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein: If you wish to discard this product, including the batteries or accumulators, please contact your local authorities and ask for the correct way of disposal.
Notes on the Grant: To comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, this product must be used with
a Fujifilm-specified ferrite-core A/V cable, USB cable, and DC supply cord.
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About This Manual
Before using the camera, read this manual and the warnings in “For Your Safety” (P ii). For information
on specific topics, consult the sources below.
Table of Contents ................................................... P x
The “Table of Contents” gives an overview of the
entire manual. The principal camera operations
are listed here.
Troubleshooting ................................................P
................................................ P 111
Having a specific problem with the camera?
Find the answer here.
Warning Messages and Displays .........................P
......................... P 115
Find out what’s behind that flashing icon or error
message in the display.
Glossary ............................................................P
............................................................ P 118
The meanings of some technical terms may be
found here.
Restrictions on Camera Settings ..........................P
.......................... P 125
See page 125 for restrictions on the options
available in each shooting mode.
Memory Cards
Pictures are stored on optional SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory cards (P 15), referred to in this manual as “memory
cards.”
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Caring for the Camera
For continued enjoyment of your camera, use a soft, dry cloth to clean the camera body after each
use. Do not use alcohol, thinner, or other volatile chemicals, which could discolor or deform the leather
on the camera body. Any liquid on the camera should be removed immediately with a soft, dry cloth.
Use a blower to remove dust from the lens and monitor, then gently wipe with a soft, dry cloth. Any
remaining stains can be removed by wiping gently with a piece of FUJIFILM lens-cleaning paper to
which a small amount of lens-cleaning fluid has been applied. Care should be taken to avoid scratching the lens or monitor.
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Table of Contents
For Your Safety .....................................................................................ii
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.........................................ii
Safety Notes .......................................................................................iii
NOTICES ..............................................................................................vii
About This Manual ..........................................................................viii
Caring for the Camera .....................................................................ix
Before You Begin
Symbols and Conventions..............................................................1
Supplied Accessories ........................................................................1
Parts of the Camera ...........................................................................2
The Command Dial ..........................................................................4
The Command Control ...................................................................5
Camera Displays ................................................................................6
Shooting: Optical Viewfinder ....................................................6
Shooting: Electronic Viewfinder...............................................7
Playback: Electronic Viewfinder ...............................................7
Shooting: LCD Monitor ................................................................8
Playback: LCD Monitor .................................................................8
First Steps
Attaching the Strap ...........................................................................9
Charging the Battery ..................................................................... 11
Inserting the Battery and a Memory Card ........................... 12
Compatible Memory Cards ..................................................... 15
Turning the Camera on and Off ................................................ 16
Basic Setup ......................................................................................... 17
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Choosing a Display ......................................................................... 18
Focusing the Viewfinder ............................................................. 19
Adjusting Display Brightness .................................................... 19
Bright Ambient Lighting ............................................................. 19
Using the Hybrid Viewfinder ..................................................... 20
The DISP/BACK Button ....................................................................... 21
Optical Viewfinder: Shooting ................................................. 21
Electronic Viewfinder: Shooting............................................ 21
LCD Monitor: Shooting ............................................................. 21
Viewfinder/LCD Monitor: Playback ...................................... 22
Basic Photography and Playback
Taking Photographs ....................................................................... 23
Viewing Pictures .............................................................................. 25
Viewing Pictures Full Frame....................................................... 25
Viewing Photo Information ....................................................... 26
Playback Zoom ............................................................................... 26
Multi-Frame Playback................................................................... 27
Deleting Pictures ............................................................................. 28
Using the Flash ................................................................................. 29
Macro Mode (Close-ups) .............................................................. 31
Basic Movie Recording and Playback
Recording High-Definition (HD) Movies ............................... 32
Viewing Movies ................................................................................ 33
Table of Contents
The Q (Quick Menu) Button
Using the Q (Quick Menu) Button ............................................ 34
More on Photography and Playback
Choosing an Exposure Mode ..................................................... 36
Program AE (P) ................................................................................ 36
Shutter-Priority AE (S) .................................................................. 37
Aperture-Priority AE (A)............................................................... 38
Manual Exposure (M).................................................................... 39
Shutter Speed and Aperture ..................................................... 40
Long Time-Exposures (T/B) ......................................................... 41
Time (T) .............................................................................................. 41
Bulb (B) ............................................................................................... 41
White Balance ................................................................................... 42
Sensitivity ........................................................................................... 44
AUTO ................................................................................................ 45
Focus Mode ........................................................................................ 46
MF Assist ......................................................................................... 47
Focus Frame Selection ................................................................. 48
Focus/Exposure Lock ..................................................................... 49
Exposure Compensation .............................................................. 51
Metering .............................................................................................. 52
Using the Self-Timer ....................................................................... 53
Film Simulation ................................................................................ 55
Bracketing ........................................................................................... 56
Multiple Exposures ......................................................................... 57
Continuous Shooting (Burst Mode) ........................................ 58
Viewing Pictures Taken in a Single Burst .............................. 59
Panoramas .......................................................................................... 60
Viewing Panoramas ...................................................................... 62
Recording Pictures in RAW Format ......................................... 63
Creating JPEG Copies of RAW Pictures .................................. 64
The ND Filter ...................................................................................... 65
Image Search ..................................................................................... 66
PhotoBook Assist............................................................................. 67
Creating a PhotoBook .................................................................. 67
Viewing Photobooks .................................................................... 68
Editing and Deleting Photobooks........................................... 68
The Fn Button .................................................................................... 69
Saving Settings................................................................................. 70
Advanced Movie Recording ....................................................... 71
Depth of Field .................................................................................. 71
Before Recording ........................................................................... 71
Using an External Microphone ................................................. 71
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Menus
Using the Menus: Shooting Mode ........................................... 72
Shooting Menu Options (Photographs) ............................... 72
B SELF-TIMER ............................................................................. 72
N ISO.............................................................................................. 72
O IMAGE SIZE ............................................................................. 72
T IMAGE QUALITY .................................................................... 73
U DYNAMIC RANGE ................................................................. 73
P FILM SIMULATION ................................................................ 73
X FILM SIMULATION BKT ....................................................... 73
t ND FILTER ................................................................................ 73
f COLOR ...................................................................................... 74
q SHARPNESS ............................................................................ 74
r HIGHLIGHT TONE ................................................................. 74
s SHADOW TONE ..................................................................... 74
h NOISE REDUCTION .............................................................. 74
K LONG EXPOSURE NR ........................................................... 74
u SELECT CUSTOM SETTING ................................................ 74
K EDIT/SAVE CUSTOM SETTING ......................................... 74
F Fn BUTTON ............................................................................. 74
v DISP. CUSTOM SETTING ..................................................... 75
c FRAMING GUIDLINE ............................................................ 76
Y WIDE CONVERSION LENS .................................................. 76
c MF ASSIST ............................................................................... 76
d ADVANCED FILTER ............................................................... 77
F AF MODE ................................................................................. 77
C AF ILLUMINATOR .................................................................. 78
k AE/AF-LOCK MODE ............................................................. 78
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v AE/AF-LOCK BUTTON ......................................................... 78
G CORRECTED AF FRAME ...................................................... 78
I FLASH ....................................................................................... 79
B RED EYE REMOVAL............................................................... 79
n SAVE ORG IMAGE ................................................................. 79
Shooting Menu Options (Movie Mode) ................................ 80
W MOVIE MODE ......................................................................... 80
P FILM SIMULATION ................................................................ 80
t MIC LEVEL ADJUSTMENT .................................................. 80
v DISP. CUSTOM SETTING ..................................................... 80
Y WIDE CONVERSION LENS .................................................. 80
Using the Menus: Playback Mode............................................ 81
Playback Menu Options .............................................................. 81
j RAW CONVERSION............................................................... 81
A ERASE ........................................................................................ 81
G CROP ......................................................................................... 81
e RESIZE ....................................................................................... 82
D PROTECT .................................................................................. 82
C IMAGE ROTATE ...................................................................... 83
E COPY ......................................................................................... 83
B RED EYE REMOVAL............................................................... 84
I SLIDE SHOW ........................................................................... 84
m PHOTOBOOK ASSIST ........................................................... 85
j MARK FOR UPLOAD TO ...................................................... 85
b IMAGE SEARCH ..................................................................... 85
K PRINT ORDER (DPOF).......................................................... 86
J DISP ASPECT .......................................................................... 86
I PLAYBACK VOLUME............................................................. 86
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The Setup Menu ............................................................................... 87
Using the Setup Menu ................................................................. 87
Setup Menu Options .................................................................... 88
F DATE/TIME .............................................................................. 88
N TIME DIFFERENCE................................................................. 88
L a................................................................................ 88
R RESET ........................................................................................ 88
o SILENT MODE......................................................................... 88
B FRAME NO. .............................................................................. 89
I FOCUS RING ........................................................................... 89
j FOCUS CHECK ....................................................................... 89
M FOCUS SCALE UNITS ........................................................... 89
b SOUND SET-UP...................................................................... 90
A SCREEN SET-UP ..................................................................... 90
Z POWER MANAGEMENT...................................................... 91
G OVF POWER SAVE MODE .................................................. 91
c SHUTTER COUNT.................................................................. 91
J COLOR SPACE ........................................................................ 91
b Eye-Fi TRANSFER .................................................................. 92
K FORMAT ................................................................................... 92
Connections
Viewing Pictures on a Computer .............................................. 93
Windows: Installing MyFinePix Studio .................................. 93
Macintosh: Installing RAW FILE CONVERTER....................... 95
Importing Pictures or Movies to Mac (Macintosh) ........... 96
Connecting the Camera .............................................................. 97
Printing Pictures via USB ............................................................. 99
Connecting the Camera .............................................................. 99
Printing Selected Pictures .......................................................... 99
Printing the DPOF Print Order ................................................100
Creating a DPOF Print Order....................................................101
WITH DATE s/ WITHOUT DATE ..........................................102
RESET ALL.....................................................................................103
Viewing Pictures on TV ...............................................................104
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Technical Notes
Troubleshooting
Optional Accessories....................................................................105
Accessories from FUJIFILM .......................................................105
Attaching Adapter Rings...........................................................107
Attaching Lens Hoods................................................................107
Attaching Protector Filters .......................................................107
The WCL-X100 Wide Conversion Lens .................................108
Connecting the Camera to Other Devices .........................109
Caring for the Camera .................................................................110
Storage and Use ...........................................................................110
Traveling ..........................................................................................110
Problems and Solutions .............................................................111
Warning Messages and Displays ............................................115
Appendix
Glossary .............................................................................................118
Memory Card Capacity ...............................................................119
Specifications ..................................................................................120
Restrictions on Camera Settings ............................................125
Before You Begin
Symbols and Conventions
Menus and other text in the displays are shown in bold. In the illustrations in this manual, displays may
be simplified for explanatory purposes.
Supplied Accessories
Before You Begin
The following symbols are used in this manual:
Q This information should be read before use to ensure correct operation.
R Additional information that may be helpful when using the camera.
POther pages in this manual on which related information may be found.
The following items are included with the camera:
NP-95 rechargeable battery
BC-65N battery charger
Lens cap
USB cable
• Owner’s Manual (this
manual)
• Shoulder strap
• Protective covers (× 2)
CD-ROM
Clip attaching tool
Metal strap clips (× 2)
1
Parts of the Camera
For more information, refer to the page listed to the right of each item.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
2
Shutter button .............................................. 111
Exposure compensation dial ........................... 51
Shutter speed dial ..........................36, 37, 38, 39
Hot shoe...................................................30, 109
Flash ............................................................... 29
Microphone (L)................................................ 32
Viewfinder window......................................... 18
Strap eyelet ....................................................... 9
Focus mode selector...................................23, 46
Aperture ring .............................................38, 39
Focus ring........................................................ 46
Lens ..................................................................ix
13 Front ring ...................................................... 107
14 AF-assist illuminator ....................................... 78
Self-timer lamp............................................... 53
15 Viewfinder selector ......................................... 20
16 Microphone (R) ............................................... 32
17 ON/OFF switch ............................................... 16
18 Fn (Function) button ...................................... 69
19 Battery latch ................................................... 12
20 Memory card slot ............................................ 13
21 Battery chamber ............................................. 12
22 Eye sensor ....................................................... 18
23 Command control.............................................. 5
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Connector cover .......................... 71, 97, 99, 104
Cable channel cover for DC coupler
Battery-chamber cover latch ........................... 12
Battery-chamber cover ................................... 12
Tripod mount
Speaker ........................................................... 33
LCD monitor .................................................... 18
USB multi-connector................................. 97, 99
HDMI mini connector .................................... 104
Parts of the Camera
37 VIEW MODE button........................................ 18 41 Command dial................................................... 4
38 AFL/AEL (focus lock/exposure) button
42 Q (quick menu) button...............................19, 34
.............................................................46, 49, 78 43 DISP (display)/BACK button........................... 21
39 Indicator lamp (see below)
o (silent mode) button .................................. 5
40 MENU/OK button ............................................. 4
Control lock ....................................................... 4
The Indicator Lamp
The indicator lamp shows camera status as follows:
Indicator lamp
Glows green
Blinks green
Blinks green and orange
Glows orange
Blinks orange
Blinks red
Before You Begin
33 Diopter adjustment control ............................. 19
34 a (playback) button..................................... 25
35 AE (autoexposure) button ............................... 52
k (playback zoom in) button ...................26, 27
36 DRIVE button .......................... 32, 56, 57, 58, 60
n (playback zoom out) button .................26, 27
Indicator lamp
Camera status
Focus locked.
Blur, focus, or exposure warning. Picture can be taken.
Recording pictures. Additional pictures can be taken.
Recording pictures. No additional pictures can be taken at this time.
Flash charging; flash will not fire when picture is taken.
Lens or memory error.
R Warnings may also appear in the display (P 5).
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Parts of the Camera
The Command Dial
Rotate the command dial or press it up (q), right (w), down (e), or left (r) to highlight items and
press MENU/OK (t) to select.
The command dial also serves as the following buttons:
q: b (delete) button (P 28)/AF (autofocus) button (P 48)
w: N (flash) button (P 29)
e: WB (white balance) button (P 42)
r: F (macro) button (P 31)
You can also rotate the command dial to choose a combination of shutter speed and aperture
(program shift; P 36) or to adjust shutter speed in increments of 1/3 EV (P 37, 39).
Control Lock
To lock the Q button and prevent the command dial being used as an AF, flash, white balance, or macro button,
press MENU/OK until X is displayed. This prevents accidental operation of these controls during shooting. The
controls can be unlocked by pressing MENU/OK until X is no longer displayed.
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Parts of the Camera
Silent Mode
In situations in which camera sounds or lights may
be unwelcome, press the DISP/BACK button until the
o icon is displayed (about a second), or select ON
for o SILENT MODE in the setup menu (P 88). The
camera speaker, flash, and AF-assist illuminator/selftimer lamp turn off and flash and volume settings
can not be adjusted (note that silent mode can not
be enabled or disabled while movie playback is in
progress). Press the DISP/BACK button again to resume normal operation.
Before You Begin
The Command Control
Pressing the command control left or right performs the same function as rotating the command dial. It can also be used to choose a combination of shutter speed and aperture (program
shift; P 36) or to adjust aperture in increments of
1/3 EV (P 38, 39).
You can also press the center of the command
control to zoom in on the focus area selected in
the electronic viewfinder or LCD monitor, or to
zoom in on the active focus point during playback
or (if CONTINUOUS is selected for A SCREEN
SET-UP > IMAGE DISP. in the setup menu; P 90)
image review (press again to cancel zoom).
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Parts of the Camera
Camera Displays
The following types of indicator may be displayed during shooting and playback. In the description
that follows, all available indicators are shown for illustrative purposes; the indicators actually displayed
vary with camera settings.
■ Shooting: Optical Viewfinder
100
100
P
2000
F5.6
200
* a: indicates that no memory card is inserted and that
pictures will be stored in the camera’s internal memory
(P 13).
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Manual focus indicator .................................... 46
Flash mode ..................................................... 29
Metering ......................................................... 52
White balance ................................................. 42
Film simulation ............................................... 55
Dynamic range ................................................ 73
ND (Neutral Density) filter indicator ................ 65
Internal memory indicator *
Number of available frames .......................... 119
Image quality and size ...............................72, 73
Battery level.................................................... 16
Focus frame..............................................49, 111
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Virtual horizon ................................................ 75
Temperature warning.................................... 117
Bright frame
Distance indicator ........................................... 46
Sensitivity ....................................................... 44
Aperture.........................................36, 38, 39, 71
Shutter speed.......................................36, 37, 39
Shooting mode ............................................... 36
Histogram ....................................................... 22
Exposure compensation/
exposure indicator......................................39, 51
Parts of the Camera
■ Shooting: Electronic Viewfinder
100
1.0
2000
1.5
2.0
3.0
5.0 10
F5.6
200
* a: indicates that no memory card is inserted and that
pictures will be stored in the camera’s internal memory
(P 13).
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Flash mode ..................................................... 29
Macro (close-up) mode ................................... 31
Self-timer indicator ......................................... 53
Continuous mode ............................................ 58
White balance ................................................. 42
Film simulation ............................................... 55
Dynamic range ................................................ 73
Focus frame................................................24, 49
Internal memory indicator *
Number of available frames .......................... 119
Image quality and size ...............................72, 73
Temperature warning.................................... 117
Blur warning ......................................3, 113, 115
ND (Neutral Density) filter indicator ................ 65
Wide converter lens ...................................... 108
Eye-Fi upload .................................................. 92
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Silent mode indicator ...................................5, 88
Distance indicator ........................................... 46
Battery level.................................................... 16
Sensitivity ....................................................... 44
Monitor sunlight mode ................................... 19
Focus warning ....................................3, 113, 115
Aperture.........................................36, 38, 39, 71
Shutter speed.......................................36, 37, 39
Metering ......................................................... 52
Shooting mode ............................................... 36
Manual focus indicator .................................... 46
Exposure compensation/
exposure indicator......................................39, 51
29 Histogram ....................................................... 22
30 Virtual horizon ................................................ 75
31 Depth-of-field preview ................................... 38
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Rating ............................................................. 25
Red-eye removal indicator .............................. 84
Advanced filter ................................................ 77
Silent mode indicator ...................................5, 88
Gift image ....................................................... 25
Frame number ................................................ 89
Eye-Fi upload complete................................... 92
8
9
10
11
12
13
Before You Begin
0.1 0.5
P
F
■ Playback: Electronic Viewfinder
100-0001
3:2 F
YouTube
12 / 31 / 2050
1 / 1000
Eye-Fi upload .................................................. 92
Playback mode indicator ................................. 25
Mark for upload to .......................................... 85
Photobook assist indicator .............................. 67
DPOF print indicator ...................................... 101
Protected image.............................................. 82
10 : 00 AM
F4.5
-1 2/ 3
200
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Parts of the Camera
■ Shooting: LCD Monitor
000100
F
P 1
2000
5.6
F
200
* a: indicates that no memory card is inserted and that
pictures will be stored in the camera’s internal memory
(P 13).
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Flash mode ..................................................... 46
Macro (close-up) mode ................................... 31
Metering ......................................................... 52
Continuous mode ............................................ 58
Silent mode indicator ...................................5, 88
ND (Neutral Density) filter indicator ................ 65
Internal memory indicator *
Wide converter lens ...................................... 108
Number of available frames .......................... 119
Monitor sunlight mode ................................... 19
Image quality and size ...............................72, 73
Dynamic range ................................................ 73
Film simulation ............................................... 55
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
White balance ................................................. 42
Battery level.................................................... 16
Temperature warning.................................... 117
Sensitivity ....................................................... 44
Aperture.........................................36, 38, 39, 71
Focus frame/focus point .................................. 48
Shutter speed.......................................36, 37, 39
Shooting mode ............................................... 36
Focus mode ..................................................... 46
Self-timer indicator ......................................... 53
Exposure compensation/
exposure indicator......................................39, 51
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Rating ............................................................. 25
Red-eye removal indicator .............................. 84
Advanced filter ................................................ 77
Silent mode indicator ...................................5, 88
Gift image ....................................................... 25
Frame number ................................................ 89
Eye-Fi upload complete................................... 92
8
9
10
11
12
13
Eye-Fi upload .................................................. 92
Playback mode indicator ................................. 25
Mark for upload to .......................................... 85
Photobook assist indicator .............................. 67
DPOF print indicator ...................................... 101
Protected image.............................................. 82
■ Playback: LCD Monitor
100-0001
3:2 F
YouTube
12 / 31 / 2050
1 / 1000
8
10 : 00 AM
F4.5
-1 2/ 3
200
First Steps
Attaching the Strap
Attach the strap clips to the camera and then attach the strap.
1 Open a strap clip.
3 Pass the clip through the eyelet.
Rotate the clip fully through
the eyelet until it clicks
closed.
4 Attach a protective cover.
Q Keep the tool in a safe place. You will need it to
open the strap clips when removing the strap.
First Steps
Use the clip attaching tool to open a strap clip,
making sure that the tool and clip are in the
orientations shown.
Place a protective cover over the eyelet as
shown, with the black side of the cover toward
the camera. Repeat Steps 1–4 for the second
eyelet.
2 Place the strap clip on an eyelet.
Hook the strap eyelet in the clip opening. Remove the tool, using the other hand to keep
the clip in place.
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Attaching the Strap
5 Insert the strap.
Insert the strap through a protective cover
and strap clip.
6 Fasten the strap.
Fasten the strap as shown. Repeat Steps 5–6
for the second eyelet.
Q To avoid dropping the camera, be sure the strap is
correctly secured.
10
Charging the Battery
The battery is not charged at shipment. Charge the battery before use.
1 Place the battery in the charger.
2 Plug the charger in.
Insert the battery in the orientation indicated
by the DFC labels.
Battery
Arrow
The Charging Indicator
The charging indicator shows battery charge status as follows:
Charging
indicator
On
Battery not
inserted.
Battery fully
charged.
Battery charging.
Blinks
Battery fault.
DFC
label
DFC label
Off
Battery charger
The camera uses an NP-95 rechargeable battery.
R Attach the supplied adapter
before charging the battery
(the adapter is attached at
shipment).
Battery status
Action
First Steps
Charge
lamp
Plug the charger into a power outlet. The
charging indicator will light.
Insert the battery.
Remove the battery.
—
Unplug the charger
and remove the
battery.
3 Charge the battery.
Adapter
Remove the battery when charging is complete. See the specifications (P 123) for
charging times (note that charging times increase at low temperatures).
Q Unplug the charger when it is not in use.
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Inserting the Battery and a Memory Card
Although the camera can store pictures in internal memory, optional SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory
cards (sold separately) can be used to store additional pictures. After charging the battery, insert the
battery and memory card as described below.
1 Open the battery-chamber cover.
Slide the battery-chamber latch as shown and
open the battery-chamber cover.
2 Insert the battery.
Align the orange stripe on the battery with the
orange battery latch and slide the battery into
the camera, keeping the battery latch pressed
to one side. Confirm that the battery is securely latched.
Orange stripe
Q Do not open the battery-chamber cover when
the camera is on. Failure to observe this precaution could damage image files or memory cards.
Q Do not use excessive force when handling the
battery-chamber cover.
Battery latch
Q Insert the battery in the correct orientation. Do
not use force or attempt to insert the battery upside down or backwards. The battery will slide in
easily in the correct orientation.
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Inserting the Battery and a Memory Card
3 Insert the memory card.
Click
Q Be sure card is in the correct orientation; do not
insert at an angle or use force. If the memory
card is not correctly inserted or no memory card
is inserted, a will appear in the display and internal memory will be used for recording and
playback.
Q SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards can be locked,
making it impossible to
format the card or to Write-protect switch
record or delete images.
Before inserting a memory card, slide the writeprotect switch to the unlocked position.
First Steps
Holding the memory
card in the orientation
shown at right, slide
it in until it clicks into
place at the back of
the slot.
4 Close the battery-chamber cover.
Slide the battery-chamber latch as shown and
close the battery-chamber cover.
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Inserting the Battery and a Memory Card
Removing the Battery and Memory Card
Before removing the battery or memory card, turn
the camera off and open the battery-chamber cover.
To remove the battery, press
the battery latch to the side,
and slide the battery out of
the camera as shown.
Battery latch
To remove the memory card,
press it in and release it slowly.
The card can then be removed
by hand. When a memory card
is removed, the card could be
ejected too quickly. Use your finger to hold it and gently release the card.
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Q Batteries
• Remove dirt from the battery terminals with a clean,
dry cloth. Failure to observe this precaution could
prevent the battery from charging.
• Do not affix stickers or other objects to the battery.
Failure to observe this precaution could make it impossible to remove the battery from the camera.
• Do not short the battery terminals. The battery could
overheat.
• Read the cautions in “The Battery and Power Supply”
(P iv).
• Use only battery chargers designated for use with the
battery. Failure to observe this precaution could result in product malfunction.
• Do not remove the labels from the battery or attempt
to split or peel the outer casing.
• The battery gradually loses its charge when not in
use. Charge the battery one or two days before use.
Inserting the Battery and a Memory Card
■ Compatible Memory Cards
FUJIFILM and SanDisk SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory cards have been approved for use in the camera. A complete list of approved memory cards is available at http://www.fujifilm.com/support/digital_
cameras/compatibility/. Operation is not guaranteed with other cards. The camera can not be used
with xD-Picture Cards or MultiMediaCard (MMC) devices.
First Steps
Q Memory Cards
• Do not turn the camera off or remove the memory card while the memory card is being formatted or data are
being recorded to or deleted from the card. Failure to observe this precaution could damage the card.
• Format memory cards before first use, and be sure to reformat all memory cards after using them in a computer
or other device. For more information on formatting memory cards, see page 92.
• Memory cards are small and can be swallowed; keep out of reach of children. If a child swallows a memory card,
seek medical assistance immediately.
• miniSD or microSD adapters that are larger or smaller than the standard dimensions of an SD/SDHC/SDXC card
may not eject normally; if the card does not eject, take the camera to an authorized service representative. Do
not forcibly remove the card.
• Do not affix labels to memory cards. Peeling labels can cause camera malfunction.
• Movie recording may be interrupted with some types of SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card. Use a H card or
better when shooting HD movies.
• The data in internal memory may be erased or corrupted when the camera is repaired. Please note that the
repairer will be able to view pictures in internal memory.
• Formatting a memory card in the camera creates a folder in which pictures are stored. Do not rename or delete
this folder or use a computer or other device to edit, delete, or rename image files. Always use the camera to
delete pictures; before editing or renaming files, copy them to a computer and edit or rename the copies, not
the originals. Renaming the files on the camera can cause problems during playback.
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Turning the Camera on and Off
Rotate the ON/OFF switch to ON to turn the camera on. Select OFF to turn
the camera off.
R Press the a button to start playback. Press the shutter button halfway to
return to shooting mode.
R The camera will turn off automatically if no operations are performed for the
length of time selected for Z POWER MANAGEMENT > AUTO POWER OFF (P 91). To reactivate the camera
after it has turned off automatically, press the shutter button halfway or turn the ON/OFF switch to OFF and then
back to ON.
R For information on other power saving and startup options, see page 91.
Q Fingerprints and other marks on the lens or viewfinder can affect pictures or the view through the viewfinder.
Keep the lens and viewfinder clean.
Battery Level
After turning the camera on, check the battery level in the display.
Indicator
D (white)
C (white)
B (red)
A (blinks red)
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Description
Battery partially discharged.
Battery more than half discharged
Low battery. Charge as soon as possible.
Battery exhausted. Turn camera off and recharge battery.
P
Basic Setup
A language-selection dialog is displayed the first time the camera is turned on. Set up the camera
as described below (you can reset the clock or change languages at any time using the F DATE/
TIME or L a options in the setup menu; for information on displaying the setup menu, see
page 88).
1 Choose a language.
ENGLISH
R Press DISP/BACK to skip the current step. Any steps you skip will be displayed the next time the camera is turned on.
FRANCAIS
DEUTSCH
SET
NO
First Steps
Highlight a language and press MENU/OK.
START MENU
2 Set the date and time.
DATE/TIME NOT SET
2015
2014
YY. MM. DD
2013
2012
2011
SET
NO
1. 1 12 : 00
AM
Press the command dial left or right to highlight the year, month, day,
hour, or minute and press up or down to change. To change the order
in which the year, month, and day are displayed, highlight the date
format and press the command dial up or down. Press MENU/OK to exit
to shooting mode when settings are complete.
R If the battery is removed for an extended period, the camera clock will be reset and the language-selection
dialog will be displayed when the camera is turned on.
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Choosing a Display
The camera is equipped with a hybrid optical/electronic viewfinder
(OVF/EVF) and an LCD monitor (LCD). Press VIEW MODE to choose a display.
OVF/EVF
OVF/EVF
LCD
Automatic display selection
using eye sensor
LCD
Viewfinder only
LCD monitor only
Automatic Display Selection
The viewfinder turns on automatically when you put your eye to the viewfinder, and the
LCD monitor turns on when you take your eye away (note that the eye sensor may respond
to objects other than your eye or to light shining directly on the sensor).
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Eye sensor
Choosing a Display
Diopter adjustment control
Adjusting Display Brightness
The brightness of the viewfinder and LCD monitor
can be adjusted using the A SCREEN SET-UP >
EVF/LCD BRIGHTNESS option in the setup menu
(P 90).
Bright Ambient Lighting
Reflections and glare caused by bright ambient
lighting may make it hard to see the display in
the monitor, particularly when the camera is used
outdoors. This can be addressed by holding the Q
button to trigger outdoor mode. Outdoor mode
can also be enabled using the A SCREEN SETUP > MONITOR SUNLIGHT MODE option in the
setup menu (P 90).
First Steps
Focusing the Viewfinder
The camera is equipped with diopter adjustment
in the range –2 to +1 m–1 to accommodate individual differences in vision. Rotate the diopter
adjustment control until the viewfinder display is
in sharp focus.
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Choosing a Display
Using the Hybrid Viewfinder
Use the viewfinder selector to
choose between optical and
electronic viewfinders.
Choosing a Display
Choose a display according to the task.
Display
0.1 0.5
P
2000
F5.6
200
Optical viewfinder display
20
P
1.0
2000
1.5
2.0
F5.6
3.0
5.0 10
200
Electronic viewfinder display
Description
This display is immune from digital video
effects and allows the subject to be viewed
directly with no display lag. Subjects are
always in focus, allowing you to check their
expression at any time, while a field of view
Optical
slightly larger than that of the lens makes
viewfinder it easier to locate your subject without re(OVF)
moving your eye from the viewfinder. The
viewfinder window is however at a slight
distance from the lens, with the result that
the display in the viewfinder may differ
slightly from the final photograph due to
parallax.
This display shows the view through the
lens and has exactly the same field of view,
Electronic allowing you to frame your subjects previewfinder cisely and preview focus, depth of field, ex(EVF)
posure, and white balance (although there
may be a slight display lag). It can also be
used to view photographs after shooting.
This display is identical to the electronic
viewfinder, except that its large size makes
LCD monitor it easier to view shooting indicators and the
view through the lens. It may however be
difficult to see in bright light.
The DISP/BACK Button
The DISP/BACK button controls the display of indicators in the viewfinder and LCD monitor.
■ LCD Monitor: Shooting
■ Optical Viewfinder: Shooting
100
Detailed display
Standard display
000100
F
2000
F5.6
200
P
Standard display
2000
F5.6
200
P 1
Custom display
2000
5.6
F
200
0.1 0.5
P
■ Electronic Viewfinder: Shooting
100
100
0.1 0.5
P
1.0
2000
1.5
2.0
F5.6
3.0
0.1 0.5
5.0 10
200
Standard display
P
1.0
2000
1.5
2.0
F5.6
3.0
1.5
2.0
3.0
F5.6
F
5.0 10
200
F
P
0.1 0.5
1.0
2000
First Steps
P
1.0
2000
1.5
2.0
F5.6
3.0
5.0 10
200
5.0 10
200
Custom display
Custom display
Custom Display
Choose items for display using v DISP. CUSTOM SETTING in the shooting menu (P 75):
Framing grid
Virtual horizon
Focus distance (autofocus)
Focus distance (manual focus)
Histogram
Exposure (shutter speed, aperture, and sensitivity)
Exposure compensation
Metering
Flash mode
White balance
Film simulation
Dynamic range
Number of exposures remaining/media
Image quality and size
Battery level
R See pages 6 – 8 for the locations of these items in the displays.
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The DISP/BACK Buttion
■ Viewfinder/LCD Monitor: Playback
Indicators displayed
Indicators hidden
Favorites
1 / 1000
3
10 : 00 AM
F4.5
-1 2/ 3
12 / 31 / 2050
200
100-0001
3:2 F
ISO 200
1/1000 F4.5
:
: OFF
:
: -1 2 3
3:2 F
12 / 31 / 2050
Photo information
100-0001
100-0001
10 : 00 AM
12 / 31 / 2050
10 : 00 AM
Q The optical viewfinder can not be used for playback.
Histograms
Histograms show the distribution of tones in the image. Brightness is shown by the horizontal axis, the
number of pixels by the vertical axis.
Shadows
Highlights
Optimal exposure: Pixels are distributed in an even curve throughout the tone range.
Overexposed: Pixels are clustered
on the right side of the graph.
No. of pixels
Pixel brightness
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Underexposed: Pixels are clustered
on the left side of the graph.
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Taking Photographs
This section describes how to take pictures using program AE (mode P). For information on S, A, and
M modes, see page 36.
1 Select program AE.
2 Select single AF.
Rotate the focus mode selector to AF-S (P 46).
3 Ready the camera.
P
2000
F5.6
200
Optical viewfinder
P
2000
F5.6
200
EVF/LCD
The Q Button
The Q button can be used to view and adjust
camera settings (P 34).
Hold the camera steady
with both hands and brace
your elbows against your
sides. Shaking or unsteady
hands can blur your shots.
To prevent pictures that
are out of focus or too dark
(underexposed), keep your
fingers and other objects
away from the lens, flash,
and AF-assist illuminator.
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Set shutter speed and aperture to A (shutter
speed is set by rotating the shutter speed dial).
P will appear in the display.
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Taking Photographs
4 Focus.
Frame the picture with your subject in the center of the display and press the shutter
button halfway to focus.
R If the subject is poorly lit, the AF-assist illuminator may light (P 78).
If the camera is able to focus, it will beep twice and focus area will glow green. Focus and exposure will
lock while the shutter button is pressed halfway.
If the camera is unable to focus, the focus frame will turn red, and s will be displayed. If the subject
is close to the camera, select macro mode and try again (P31).
5 Shoot.
Smoothly press the shutter button the rest of the way down to take the picture.
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Viewing Pictures
Viewing Pictures Full Frame
Pictures can be viewed in the viewfinder or LCD monitor. When taking important pictures, take a test
shot and check the results.
To view pictures full frame, press a.
100-0001
F4.5
-1 2/ 3
200
Additional pictures can be viewed by rotating the command dial or pressing it left or right.
Press or rotate right to view pictures in the order recorded, left to view pictures in reverse
order. Keep the dial pressed to scroll rapidly to the desired frame.
R Pictures taken using other cameras are indicated by a m (“gift image”) icon during playback.
Favorites: Rating Pictures
To rate the current picture, press DISP/BACK and press the command dial up and down to select from zero to five
stars.
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1 / 1000
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Viewing Pictures
Viewing Photo Information
Photo information can be viewed by pressing the command control right.
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3:2 F
12 / 31 / 2050
1 / 1000
10 : 00 AM
F4.5
-1 2/ 3
D-RANGE
COLOR
HIGH LIGHT TONE
SHADOW TONE
SHARPNESS
FILM SIM.
WHITE BALANCE
: 100
: STD
: STD
: STD
: STD
: PROVIA
: AUTO
Zoom indicator
200
Basic data
Details, page 1
COLOR SPACE
METERING
EXPOSURE MODE
LENS
FOCAL LENGTH
FLASH MODE
Active focus point (“+”)
: sRGB
: PATTERN
: PROGRAM
: 18mm
F2.0
: 18mm
: OFF
Details, page 2
R Rotate the command dial to view other images.
Zooming in on the Focus Point
Press the center of the command
control to zoom in on the focus
point. Press the center of the command control again to return to
full-frame playback.
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Playback Zoom
Press k to zoom in on the current picture, n to
zoom out. When the picture is zoomed in, the
command dial can be used to view areas of the
image not currently visible in the display. Press
DISP/BACK or MENU/OK to exit zoom.
Navigation window shows
portion of image currently
displayed
R The maximum zoom ratio varies with image size
(P 72). Playback zoom is not available with cropped
or resized copies saved at a size of a.
Viewing Pictures
Multi-Frame Playback
To change the number of images displayed, press n when a picture is displayed full frame.
Press n to view
more images.
100-0001
Use the command dial to highlight images and press MENU/OK to view the highlighted image full frame.
In the nine- and hundred-frame displays, press the command dial up or down to view more pictures.
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Press k to view
fewer images.
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Deleting Pictures
To delete individual pictures, multiple selected pictures, or all pictures,
press the command dial up (b), and choose from the options below. Note
that deleted pictures can not be recovered. Copy important pictures to a
computer or other storage device before proceeding.
Option
FRAME
SELECTED FRAMES
ALL FRAMES
ERASE
FRAME
SELECTED FRAMES
ALL FRAMES
SET
BACK
Description
Press the command dial left or right to scroll through pictures and press MENU/OK to delete the current picture (a confirmation dialog is not displayed).
Highlight pictures and press MENU/OK to select or deselect (pictures in photobooks or print orders are shown
by S). When the operation is complete, press DISP/BACK to display a confirmation dialog, then highlight OK
and press MENU/OK to delete the selected pictures.
A confirmation dialog will be displayed; highlight OK and press MENU/OK to delete all unprotected pictures
(if a memory card is inserted, only the pictures on the memory card will be affected; the pictures in internal
memory are only deleted if no memory card is inserted). Pressing DISP/BACK cancels deletion; note that any
pictures deleted before the button was pressed can not be recovered.
R Protected pictures can not be deleted. Remove protection from any pictures you wish to delete (P 82).
R Pictures can also be deleted by A ERASE from playback menu.
R If a message appears stating that the selected images are part of a DPOF print order, press MENU/OK to delete
the pictures.
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Using the Flash
Use the built-in flash for additional lighting when shooting at night or indoors under low light.
To choose a flash mode, press the command dial right (N) to display the following
options, then rotate the dial or press it left or right to highlight an option and press
MENU/OK to select.
* Red-eye removal (K, L, or M) is available in these modes when ON is selected for B RED
EYE REMOVAL in the shooting menu (P 79). Red-eye removal minimizes “red-eye” caused
when light from the flash is reflected from the subject’s retinas as shown in the illustration
at right.
AUTO FLASH
According to
shooting conditions
P
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Mode
Description
AUTO (AUTO FLASH)/
FLASH)/
The flash fires when required. Recommended in most situations.
K (RED EYE REDUCTION) *
N (FORCED FLASH)/
FLASH)/ The flash fires whenever a picture is taken. Use for backlit subjects or for natural
L (FORCED FLASH) * coloration when shooting in bright light.
The flash does not fire even when the subject is poorly lit. Use of a tripod is recP (SUPPRESSED FLASH)
ommended.
O (SLOW SYNCHRO)/
SYNCHRO)/ Capture both the main subject and the background under low light (note that
M (RED EYE & SLOW) * brightly lit scenes may be overexposed).
The built-in flash can be used to control optional remote flash units.
D (COMMANDER)
C (EXTERNAL FLASH) Select when using optional third-party flash units.
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Using the Flash
R If p is displayed when the shutter button is pressed halfway, the flash will fire when the photo is taken.
R Except in commander mode, the flash may fire several times with each shot. Do not move the camera until
shooting is complete.
R Remove lens hoods to prevent shadows in photos taken with the flash.
Q Flash is not fired in silent mode.
Flash Sync Speed
The flash will synchronize with the shutter at shutter speeds of 1/2000 s or slower.
Optional Flash Units
The camera can also be used with optional FUJIFILM shoe-mounted flash units. Do not use third-party flash
units that apply over high voltages to the camera hot shoe.
Aperture, Sensitivity, and Flash Range
Flash range varies with sensitivity and aperture.
200
—
—
—
—
—
2
2.8
4
5.6
8
30
400
—
—
—
—
2
2.8
4
5.6
8
11
Aperture at sensitivity of
800
1600
—
—
—
—
—
2
2
2.8
2.8
4
4
5.6
5.6
8
8
11
11
16
16
—
Range
3200
—
2
2.8
4
5.6
8
11
16
—
—
6400
2
2.8
4
5.6
8
11
16
—
—
—
m
0.5 – 18
0.5 – 13
0.5 – 9.0
0.5 – 6.4
0.5 – 4.5
0.5 – 3.2
0.5 – 2.3
0.5 – 1.6
0.5 – 1.1
0.5 – 0.8
ft.
1.6 – 59
1.6 – 42
1.6 – 29
1.6 – 20
1.6 – 14
1.6 – 10
1.6 – 7.5
1.6 – 5.2
1.6 – 3.6
1.6 – 2.6
Macro Mode (Close-ups)
To focus at distances as close as 10 cm/4 in., press the command dial left (F) and
select F. If the optical viewfinder is on, the camera will automatically switch to the
electronic viewfinder (because of parallax, the camera will not focus at distances of
less than 80 cm/2.6 ft. when the optical viewfinder is used). To exit macro mode,
press the command dial left and select OFF.
OFF
P
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R The LCD monitor and electronic viewfinder can be used to focus at short ranges when macro mode is not
selected, but the time needed to focus increases.
R The shadow cast by the lens may appear in photographs taken with the flash at distances under 50 cm/19.6 in.
Turn the flash off or increase the distance to the subject.
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Basic Movie Recording and Playback
Recording High-Definition (HD) Movies
The camera can be used to record short high-definition movies. Sound is recorded in stereo via the
built-in microphone; during recording, do not cover the microphone or use the viewfinder selector,
which is located next to the microphone.
1 Set aperture to A.
2 Press the DRIVE button to display drive options.
Press the command dial up or down to highlight F (MOVIE) and press MENU/OK.
MOVIE
3 Press the shutter button all
the way down to start recording.
4 Press the shutter button all
the way down again to end
recording. Recording ends
automatically or when
memory is full.
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R Exposure and white balance are adjusted automatically throughout recording. The color and brightness of the image may vary from those displayed
before recording begins.
R The indicator lamp lights while movies are being
recorded.
Q The microphone may pick up lens noise and other
sounds made by the camera during recording.
Q Vertical or horizontal streaks may appear in movies
containing very bright subjects. This is normal and
does not indicate a malfunction.
Q If the optical viewfinder is on, the camera will automatically switch to the electronic viewfinder.
The Q Button
The Q button can be used to view and adjust camera
settings (P 34).
Viewing Movies
During playback, movies are displayed as shown at right. The following operations
can be performed while a movie is displayed:
100-0006
Operation
Progress is shown in the display during playback.
PLAY
Progress bar
15s
Q Do not cover the speaker during playback.
Q Sound is not played back in silent mode.
STOP
PAUSE
Playback Speed
Press the command dial left or right to adjust playback speed during playback. Speed is shown Arrow
by the number of arrows (M or N).
STOP
15s
PAUSE
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Description
Press the command dial down to start playback. Press again to pause. While playback
Start/pause playback is paused, you can press the command dial left or right to rewind or advance one
frame at a time.
End playback
Press the command dial up to end playback.
Adjust speed
Press the command dial left or right to adjust playback speed during playback.
Press MENU/OK to pause playback and display volume controls. Press the command dial up or down to adjust the volume; press MENU/OK again to resume playAdjust volume
back. Volume can also be adjusted using the I PLAYBACK VOLUME option in
the playback menu (P 86).
Movie icon
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The Q (Quick Menu) Button
Using the Q (Quick Menu) Button
Press Q for quick access to the following items. For more information on the options available, see the
pages listed below.
ISO
BASIC
3200
3:2
SET
FINE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
u SELECT CUSTOM SETTING ...................... 70
N ISO ........................................................... 44
U DYNAMIC RANGE ................................... 73
D WHITE BALANCE .................................... 42
h NOISE REDUCTION ................................. 74
O IMAGE SIZE ............................................. 72
T IMAGE QUALITY ..................................... 73
P FILM SIMULATION ................................. 55
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
r HIGHLIGHT TONE ................................... 74
s SHADOW TONE ....................................... 74
f COLOR ..................................................... 74
q SHARPNESS ............................................ 74
B SELF-TIMER ............................................ 53
F AF MODE ................................................. 77
p FLASH MODE .......................................... 29
J EVF/LCD BRIGHTNESS............................ 90
1 Press Q to display the quick menu during shooting.
2 Use the command dial to highlight items and rotate the command control to
change.
3 Press Q to exit when settings are complete.
R For quick access to custom settings banks, press and hold the Q button while the quick menu is displayed.
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The Q (Quick Menu) Button
Movie Mode
In movie mode, the quick menu contains the following items:
FILM SIMULATION
W MOVIE MODE .......................................... 80 D WHITE BALANCE .................................... 42
P FILM SIMULATION.................................. 55 J EVF/LCD BRIGHTNESS............................ 90
SET
The Q (Quick Menu) Button
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Choosing an Exposure Mode
The camera offers a choice of program AE (P), shutter-priority AE (S), aperture-priority AE (A), and
manual exposure (M) modes.
Program AE (P)
To allow the camera to adjust both shutter speed and aperture
for optimal exposure, rotate the aperture ring and shutter speed
dial to A. P will appear in the display.
Q If the subject is outside the metering range of the camera, the shutter
speed and aperture displays will show “– – –”.
P
2000
F5.6
P
200
2000
Optical viewfinder
F5.6
200
EVF/LCD
Program Shift
If desired, you can rotate the command dial or press the command control left or
right to choose other combinations of shutter speed and aperture without altering exposure (program shift). Program shift is not available when a flash is used,
AUTO is selected for U DYNAMIC RANGE in the shooting menu (P 73), or an auto
option is selected for N ISO in the shooting menu (P 44).
Shutter speed
P
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2000
F5.6
200
Aperture
Choosing an Exposure Mode
Q If the correct exposure can not be achieved at the selected shutter
speed, aperture will be displayed in red when the shutter button is
pressed halfway. Adjust shutter speed until the correct exposure is
achieved.
Q If the subject is outside the metering range of the camera, the aperture display will show “– – –”.
R Shutter speed can also be adjusted in increments of 1/3 EV by rotating
the command dial.
S
2000
F5.6
200
Optical viewfinder
S
2000
F5.6
EVF/LCD
200
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Shutter-Priority AE (S)
To adjust shutter speed manually while letting the camera select
aperture for optimal exposure, rotate the aperture ring to A and
use the shutter speed dial. S will appear in the display.
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Choosing an Exposure Mode
Aperture-Priority AE (A)
To adjust aperture manually while letting the camera select shutter speed for optimal exposure, rotate the shutter speed dial to A
and adjust aperture. A will appear in the display.
Q If the correct exposure can not be achieved at the selected aperture, the shutter speed will be displayed in red when the shutter button is pressed halfway. Adjust aperture until the correct exposure is
achieved.
Q If the subject is outside the metering range of the camera, the shutter
speed display will show “– – –”.
Q The slowest shutter speed available when ON is selected for G OVF
POWER SAVE MODE is 1/4 s (P 91).
A
2000
F5.6
R Aperture can also be adjusted in increments of 1/3 EV by pressing the
command control left or right.
Previewing Depth of Field
When L PREVIEW DEPTH OF FIELD is selected for F Fn BUTTON (P 69) in the
shooting menu, pressing the Fn button stops aperture down to the selected setting,
allowing depth of field to be previewed in the viewfinder or LCD monitor.
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200
Optical viewfinder
A
2000
F5.6
EVF/LCD
200
Choosing an Exposure Mode
R The command dial and command control can be used to adjust
shutter speed and aperture by ±2/3 EV from the selected value in steps
of 1/3 EV. Use the command dial to adjust shutter speed, the command control to adjust aperture.
M
2000
F5.6
M
200
Optical viewfinder
Command dial
2000
F5.6
EVF/LCD
Command control
200
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Manual Exposure (M)
Exposure can be altered from the value suggested by the camera
by rotating both the shutter speed dial and aperture ring to settings other than A. M will appear in the display.
R The manual exposure display includes an exposure indicator that
shows the amount the picture would be under- or over-exposed at
current settings.
M
2000
F5.6
200
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Choosing an Exposure Mode
Shutter Speed and Aperture
Because the camera uses a lens-internal shutter, fast shutter speeds may not be available at large
apertures. If the selected combination of shutter speed and aperture is unavailable, shutter speed or
aperture will be displayed in red and the desired exposure may not be achieved.
Aperture
F2
F2.8
F4
F5.6
F8 or above
40
1/4000 s
Shutter speed
1/2000 s
1/1000 s or slower
Not available
Not available
Available
Available
Available
Long Time-Exposures (T/B)
R Use of a tripod is recommended to prevent the camera from moving during the exposure.
R To reduce “noise” (mottling) in long time-exposures, select ON for K LONG EXPOSURE NR in the shooting
menu (P 74). Note that this may increase the time needed to record images after shooting.
Time (T)
1 Rotate the shutter speed dial to T.
Bulb (B)
1 Rotate the shutter speed dial to B.
2 Rotate the command dial to choose
2 Press the shutter button all the way
a shutter speed between 1/2 s and
30 s in steps of 1/3 EV.
down. The shutter will remain open
for up to 60 minutes while the shutter button is pressed; the display
shows the time elapsed since the
exposure started.
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Select a shutter speed of T (time) or B (bulb) for long time-exposures.
R Selecting an aperture of A fixes shutter speed at 30 s.
S
2”
F5.6
200
3 Press the shutter button all the way
down to take a picture at the selected shutter speed. A count-down
timer will be displayed while the exposure is in progress.
Third-Party Remote Releases
Third-party remote releases (available from thirdparty suppliers) can be connected as shown below.
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White Balance
Press the command dial down (WB) to display the following options, then rotate the
dial or press it left or right to highlight an option that matches the light source and
press MENU/OK. The dialog shown at bottom right will be displayed; use the command dial to fine-tune white balance or press DISP/BACK to exit without fine-tuning
(for an explanation of “white balance,” see the Glossary on page 118).
Option
Description
Option
Description
AUTO White balance adjusted automatically.
j For subjects in the shade.
h Measure a value for white balance (P 43).
k Use under “daylight” fluorescent lights.
Selecting this option displays a list of color
l Use under “warm white” fluorescent lights.
temperatures (P 43); highlight a temperam Use under “cool white” fluorescent lights.
k ture and press MENU/OK to select the highn Use under incandescent lighting.
lighted option and display the fine-tuning
Reduces the blue cast typically associated
g
dialog.
with underwater lighting.
i For subjects in direct sunlight.
WHITE BALANCE
AUTO
SET
SHIFT
WB SHIFT
SET
R White balance is adjusted for flash lighting only in AUTO and g modes. Turn the flash off using other white
balance options.
R Results vary with shooting conditions. Play pictures back after shooting to check colors.
R White balance can also be adjusted using the Q button.
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White Balance
k: Color Temperature
Color temperature is an objective measure of the color of a light source, expressed in Kelvin (K). Light sources
with a color temperature close to that of direct sunlight appear white; light sources with a lower color temperature have a yellow or red cast, while those with a higher color temperature are tinged with blue. You can match
color temperature to the light source as shown in the following table, or choose options that differ sharply from
the color of the light source to make pictures “warmer” or “colder.”
Choose for redder light sources
or “colder” pictures
2,000 K
Candlelight
Sunset/sunrise
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h: Custom White Balance
Choose h to adjust white balance for unusual lighting conditions. White balance measurement options will
be displayed; frame a white object so that it fills the display and press the shutter button all the way down to
measure white balance (to select the most recent custom value and exit without measuring white balance,
press DISP/BACK, or press MENU/OK to select the most recent value and display the fine-tuning dialog).
• If “COMPLETED!” is displayed, press MENU/OK to set white balance to the measured value.
• If “UNDER” is displayed, raise exposure compensation (P 51) and try again.
• If “OVER” is displayed, lower exposure compensation (P 51) and try again.
Choose for bluer light sources
or “warmer” pictures
5,000 K
Direct sunlight
15,000 K
Blue sky
Shade
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Sensitivity
“Sensitivity” refers to the camera’s sensitivity to light. Choose from values between 200 and 6400, or
select L (100), H (12800), or H (25600) for special situations. Higher values can be used to reduce
blur when lighting is poor, while lower values allow slower shutter speeds or wider apertures in bright
light; note, however, that mottling may appear in pictures taken at high sensitivities, particularly at
H (25600), while choosing L (100) reduces dynamic range. Values of from ISO 200 to ISO 6400 are
recommended in most situations. If an AUTO option is selected, the camera will adjust sensitivity
automatically in response to shooting conditions; the value in parentheses is the maximum sensitivity
that will be selected when the subject is poorly lit.
1 Press MENU/OK in shooting mode to display the shooting menu. Press
P SHOOTING MENU
the command dial up or down to highlight N ISO and press MENU/
OK.
R At default settings, ISO options can also be displayed by pressing the Fn
button.
2 Press the command dial up or down to highlight the desired option
and press MENU/OK to select.
P
2000
F5.6
SELF-TIMER
ISO
IMAGE SIZE
IMAGE QUALITY
DYNAMIC RANGE
FILM SIMULATION
FILM SIMULATION BKT
OFF
200
3:2
F
EXIT
O
MENU
P SHOOTING
500
OFF
400
ISO
320
3:2
250
F
200
L (100)
AUTO (400)
OFF
200
3:2
F
200
R Sensitivity is not reset when the camera is turned off.
R L (100) is reset to ISO 200 and H (12800) and H (25600) are reset to ISO 6400 when RAW, FINE+RAW, or
NORMAL+RAW is selected for image quality (P 73). For more information on the settings available with
L (100), H (12800), and H (25600), see page 125.
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Sensitivity
Option
DEFAULT SENSITIVITY
MAX. SENSITIVITY
MIN. SHUTTER SPEED
Default
200
800
1/60
The camera automatically chooses a sensitivity between the default and maximum values. Sensitivity is only raised above the default value if the shutter speed required for optimal exposure would be
slower than the value selected for MIN. SHUTTER SPEED.
R If the value selected for DEFAULT SENSITIVITY is higher than that selected for MAX. SENSITIVITY, DEFAULT
SENSITIVITY will be set to the value selected for MAX. SENSITIVITY.
R The camera may select shutter speeds slower than MIN. SHUTTER SPEED if pictures would still be underexposed at the value selected for MAX. SENSITIVITY.
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■ AUTO
The following options are available when AUTO is selected:
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Focus Mode
Use the focus mode selector to choose how the camera focuses.
• AF-S (single AF): Focus locks while the shutter button is pressed halfway.
Choose for stationary subjects.
• AF-C (continuous AF): Focus is continually adjusted to reflect changes in the
distance to the subject even when the shutter button is not pressed
halfway (note that this increases the drain on the battery).
• MF (manual): Focus manually using the lens focus ring. Rotate the ring left to reduce the focus distance,
right to increase. The manual focus indicator indicates how closely the focus distance matches the
distance to the subject in the focus brackets (the red bar indicates the focus distance, the white bar
the depth of field, or in other words the distance in front of and behind the focus point that appears
to be in focus); you can also check focus visually in the viewfinder or LCD monitor. Choose for manual control of focus or in situations in which the camera is unable to focus using autofocus (P 50).
Focus distance
(red bar)
Reduce focus
distance
Increase focus
distance
Manual focus
mode icon
0.1 0.5
M
1.0
2000
1.5
2.0
F5.6
1.0
3.0
5.0 10
200
Manual focus
indicator
1.5
2.0
3.0
Depth of field
(white bar)
R Use the I FOCUS RING option in the setup menu (P 89) to reverse the direction of rotation of the focus ring.
R The camera will not focus if the focus ring is rotated past infinity.
R To focus using autofocus, press the AFL/AEL button. This can be used to quickly focus on a chosen subject in
manual focus mode.
R The camera can show focus distance in meters or feet. Use the M FOCUS SCALE UNITS option in the setup
menu (P 89) to choose the units used.
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Focus Mode
R The c MF ASSIST menu can be displayed by pressing and holding the center of the command control.
The following options are available:
• FOCUS PEAK HIGHLIGHT: Highlights high-contrast outlines. Rotate the focus ring until
the subject is highlighted.
• DIGITAL SPLIT IMAGE: Displays a split, black-and-white image in the center of the
frame. Frame the subject in the split-image area and rotate the focus ring until
the three parts of the split image are correctly aligned.
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■ MF Assist
The c MF ASSIST option in the setup menu can be used to check focus when pictures are framed in
the LCD monitor or electronic viewfinder.
Manual Focus: Checking Focus
If ON is selected for j FOCUS CHECK in the setup menu (P 89),
rotating the focus ring automatically magnifies the view in the electronic viewfinder or LCD monitor for precise focus. To scroll to other
areas of the frame, press the AF button and rotate the command dial.
0.1 0.5
M
1.0
2000
1.5
2.0
F5.6
3.0
5.0 10
200
0.1 0.5
M
1.0
2000
1.5
2.0
F5.6
3.0
5.0 10
200
R The magnification varies depending on whether STANDARD or FOCUS PEAK HIGHLIGHT/DIGITAL SPLIT
IMAGE is selected for c MF ASSIST.
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Focus Mode
Focus Frame Selection
When t AREA is selected for F AF MODE in the shooting
menu and AF-S is selected for focus mode, the electronic viewfinder and LCD monitor offer a choice of 49 focus points and the
optical viewfinder a choice of 25, allowing photographs to be
composed with the main subject positioned almost anywhere in
the frame. To position the focus frame, press the AF button and
then use the command dial (the focus frame can be returned to
the center by pressing DISP/BACK). Press MENU/OK when the focus
frame is in the desired position.
Q When you switch to the optical viewfinder, the camera will select the
focus frame closest to that selected in the electronic viewfinder or
LCD monitor.
Focus point
Focus frame
OVF
EVF/LCD
When framing pictures in the electronic viewfinder or LCD monitor, you can choose the size of the focus frame for AF-S by pressing the AF button and then pressing the command control left
or right. Press the control left to reduce the frame by up to 50%,
right to enlarge it by up to 150%. Press MENU/OK when the frame
is the desired size.
EVF/LCD
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Focus/Exposure Lock
1 Focus: Position the subject in the focus frame and press the shutter button halfway to lock focus and exposure. Focus and exposure will remain locked while
the shutter button is pressed halfway (AF/AE lock).
P
2000
F5.6
200
R Depending on the option selected for v AE/AF-LOCK BUTTON in the shooting menu (P 78), focus and/
or exposure can also be locked by pressing the AFL/AEL button; focus and/or exposure will remain locked
even when the shutter button is pressed halfway. Choose AE LOCK ONLY to lock exposure but not focus,
AF LOCK ONLY to lock focus but not exposure, or AE/AF LOCK to lock both focus and exposure. Regardless of the option selected, the AFL/AEL button can not be used to lock exposure in manual focus mode
(P 46).
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To compose photographs with off-center subjects:
2 Recompose: Keep the shutter button pressed halfway or keep the AFL/AEL button
pressed.
R If AE&AF ON/OFF SWITCH is selected for k AE/AF-LOCK MODE (P 78), focus
and/or exposure lock when the AFL/AEL button is pressed and remain locked until the
button is pressed again.
P
2000
F5.6
200
P
2000
F5.6
200
3 Shoot: Press the button all the way down.
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Focus/Exposure Lock
Autofocus
Although the camera boasts a high-precision autofocus system, it may be unable to focus on the subjects listed
below.
• Very shiny subjects such as mirrors or car bodies.
• Fast-moving subjects.
•
•
•
•
Subjects photographed through a window or other reflective object.
Dark subjects and subjects that absorb rather than reflect light, such as hair or fur.
Insubstantial subjects, such as smoke or flame.
Subjects that show little contrast with the background (for example, subjects in clothing that is the same color
as the background).
• Subjects positioned in front of or behind a high-contrast object that is also in the focus frame (for example, a
subject photographed against a backdrop of highly contrasting elements).
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Exposure Compensation
Exposure compensation indicator
000100
F
P 1
P
2000
F5.6
200
P
2000
OVF
F5.6
EVF
Choose positive values (+) to
increase exposure
2000
5.6
F
200
LCD
200
Exposure Value (EV)
The exposure value is determined by the sensitivity of the image sensor and the amount of light to
which the sensor is exposed. Doubling the amount
increases EV by one, while halving it reduces EV by
one. The amount of light entering the camera can be
controlled by adjusting aperture and shutter speed.
Choosing an Exposure Compensation Value
• Backlit subjects: Choose values
from +2/3 EV to +12/3 EV.
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Rotate the exposure compensation dial to adjust exposure when photographing very bright,
very dark, or high-contrast subjects. The effect is visible in the LCD monitor and electronic
viewfinder; when using the optical viewfinder, use the exposure indicator to check exposure.
• Highly reflective subjects or very
bright scenes (e.g., snowfields): +1 EV
Choose negative values (–) to
reduce exposure
• Scenes that are mostly sky: +1 EV
• Spotlit subjects (particularly if photographed against dark backgrounds): –2/3 EV
• Subjects with low reflectivity (pine trees or dark-colored foliage):
–2/3 EV
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Metering
To choose how the camera meters exposure, press the AE button
to display metering options. Use the command dial to highlight
an option and press AE to select.
Mode
Description
The camera instantly determines exposure based on an analysis of
o
composition, color, and brightness distribution. Recommended in
(MULTI)
most situations.
The camera meters lighting conditions in an area at the center of the
p frame equivalent to 2% of the total. Recommended with backlit sub(SPOT) jects and in other cases in which the background is much brighter or
darker than the main subject.
Exposure is set to the average for the entire frame. Provides consistent
q exposure across multiple shots with the same lighting, and is particu(AVERAGE) larly effective for landscapes and portraits of subjects dressed in black
or white.
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PHOTOMETRY
MULTI
SPOT
AVERAGE
OVF
EVF/LCD
Using the Self-Timer
1 Press MENU/OK in shooting mode to display the shooting menu. Press
P SHOOTING MENU
SELF-TIMER
ISO
IMAGE SIZE
IMAGE QUALITY
DYNAMIC RANGE
FILM SIMULATION
FILM SIMULATION BKT
the command dial up or down to highlight B SELF-TIMER and
press MENU/OK.
EXIT
2 Press the command dial up or down to highlight one of the following
options and press MENU/OK to select.
Option
Description
The shutter is released two seconds after the shutter button is pressed. Use
R 2 SEC to reduce blur caused by the camera moving when the shutter button is
pressed.
The shutter is released ten seconds after the shutter button is pressed. Use
S 10 SEC
for photographs in which you wish to appear yourself.
OFF
Self-timer off.
MENU
O
P SHOOTING
SELF-TIMER
200
2 SEC
3:2
10 SEC
F
OFF
OFF
200
3:2
F
OFF
200
3:2
F
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Use the timer for self-portraits or to prevent blur caused by camera shake.
3 Press the shutter button halfway to focus.
Q Stand behind the camera when using the shutter button. Standing in
front of the lens can interfere with focus and exposure.
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Using the Self-Timer
4 Press the shutter button the rest of the way down to start the timer.
The display in the monitor shows the number of seconds remaining
until the shutter is released. To stop the timer before the picture is
taken, press DISP/BACK.
The self-timer lamp on the front of the camera will blink immediately
before the picture is taken. If the two-second timer is selected, the
self-timer lamp will blink as the timer counts down.
R The self-timer turns off automatically when the camera is turned off.
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9
Film Simulation
1 Press MENU/OK in shooting mode to display the shooting menu. Press
P SHOOTING MENU
SELF-TIMER
ISO
IMAGE SIZE
IMAGE QUALITY
DYNAMIC RANGE
FILM SIMULATION
FILM SIMULATION BKT
the command dial up or down to highlight P FILM SIMULATION
and press MENU/OK.
OFF
200
3:2
F
EXIT
2 Press the command dial up or down to highlight one of the following options and press MENU/OK
to select.
Option
c (PROVIA/STANDARD)
> (Velvia/VIVID)
Description
Standard color reproduction. Suited to a wide range of subjects, from portraits to landscapes.
A high-contrast palette of saturated colors, suited to nature photos.
Enhances the range of hues available for skin tones in portraits while preserving the bright blues
e (ASTIA/SOFT)
of daylight skies. Recommended for outdoor portrait photography.
Offers slightly more contrast than h (PRO Neg. Std). Recommended for outdoor portrait phog (PRO Neg. Hi)
tography.
A soft-toned palette. The range of hues available for skin tones is enhanced, making this a good
h (PRO Neg. Std)
choice for studio portrait photography.
Take pictures in standard black and white.
; (MONOCHROME)
Take black-and-white pictures with slightly increased contrast. This setting also slightly tones
e (MONOCHROME + Ye FILTER)
down the brightness of the sky.
Take black-and-white pictures with increased contrast. This setting also tones down the brightd (MONOCHROME + R FILTER)
ness of the sky.
f (MONOCHROME + G FILTER) Soften skin tones in black-and-white portraits.
Take pictures in sepia.
f (SEPIA)
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Simulate the effects of different kinds of film, including black-and-white (with or without color filters).
R Film simulation options can be combined with tone and sharpness settings (P 74).
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Bracketing
Automatically vary settings over a series of pictures.
1 Press the DRIVE button to display drive options and rotate the dial or press it up or down to highlight
one of the following:
±1 ±2/ 3 ±1/ 3
AE BKT
Option
Description
Press the command dial left or right to highlight a bracketing amount. Each time the shutter button is
pressed, the camera will take three shots: one using the metered value for exposure, the second overAE BKT
exposed by the selected amount, and the third underexposed by the same amount (regardless of the
amount selected, exposure will not exceed the limits of the exposure metering system).
Press the command dial left or right to highlight a bracketing amount. Each time the shutter is released,
the camera will take a picture at the current sensitivity (P 44) and process it to create two additional copies,
ISO BKT
one with sensitivity raised and the other with sensitivity lowered by the selected amount (regardless of the
amount selected, sensitivity will not exceed ISO 6400 or fall below ISO 200).
FILM SIMULATION Each time the shutter is released, the camera takes one shot and processes it to create copies with the film
BKT
simulation settings selected for X FILM SIMULATION BKT in the shooting menu (P 73).
Each time the shutter button is pressed, the camera takes three shots with different dynamic ranges (P 73):
DYNAMIC RANGE 100% for the first, 200% for the second, and 400% for the third. While dynamic range bracketing is in effect,
BKT
sensitivity will be restricted to a minimum of ISO 800; the sensitivity previously in effect is restored when
bracketing ends.
Press MENU/OK to select the highlighted option.
2 Take photographs.
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Multiple Exposures
4 Press MENU/OK. You will be prompted to take the second shot.
+
1 Press the DRIVE button to display drive options.
R To return to Step 2 and retake the first shot, press
the command dial left. To save the first shot and
exit without creating a multiple exposure, press
DISP/BACK.
STILL IMAGE
5 Take the second shot.
2 Press the command dial up or down
to highlight n MULTIPLE EXPOSURE and press MENU/OK.
3 Take the first shot.
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Create a photograph that combines two exposures.
6 Press MENU/OK to create the multiple
exposure, or press the command
dial left to return to Step 4 and retake the second shot.
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Continuous Shooting (Burst Mode)
Capture motion in a series of pictures.
1 Press the DRIVE button to display drive op-
4 Press the shutter button the rest
tions. Press the command dial up or down to
highlight I (CONTINUOUS), and the options
shown below will be displayed.
of the way down to start shooting. Shooting ends when the shutter button is released, the selected
number of pictures has been taken,
or the memory card is full.
2 Press the command dial right or left
to choose from frame rates of approximately 6.0 fps (frames per second) and 3.0 fps. Press MENU/OK to proceed
when settings are complete.
3 Press the shutter button halfway to
focus.
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R Focus and exposure are determined by the first
frame in each series. The flash turns off automatically; the previously-selected flash mode is restored
when burst shooting is turned off .
R Frame rate varies with shutter speed and may slow
as more shots are taken.
R Additional time may be required to record pictures
when shooting ends.
R If file numbering reaches 999 before shooting is
complete, the remaining pictures will be recorded
to a new folder (P 89).
R In some drive modes, shooting may not begin if the
space available on the memory card is insufficient.
Continuous Shooting (Burst Mode)
Position in burst/total number
of pictures in burst
PLAY CONTINUOUS SHOTS
PLAY NORMAL
1/ 10
First picture in burst
R Pressing the command dial right when the last picture in the burst is displayed displays the first picture in the
burst; similarly, pressing the command dial left when the first picture is displayed displays the last picture.
R Deletion (P 81), rotation (P 83), and protect (P 82) operations applied during burst mode playback apply
only to the current picture. In contrast, if these operations are performed when a picture taken in continuous
shooting mode is displayed in full-frame playback, all images in the same burst will be affected.
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Viewing Pictures Taken in a Single Burst
When a picture taken in continuous shooting mode is displayed full-frame, the first picture in the current burst can
be viewed by pressing the command dial down (burst
mode playback). Press the command dial right to view pictures in the order recorded, left to view pictures in reverse
order. Keep the command dial pressed to scroll rapidly to
the desired frame. To exit, press DISP/BACK.
Bursts That Cross Folders
If a single burst is spread across multiple folders, the pictures in each folder will be treated as separate bursts.
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Panoramas
Follow an on-screen guide to create a panorama.
1 Press the DRIVE button to display drive op-
5 Pan the camera in the direction shown by the
tions. Press the command dial up or down to
highlight r (MOTION PANORAMA) and press
MENU/OK.
arrow. Shooting ends automatically when the
camera is panned to the end of the guides
and the panorama is complete.
MOTION PANORAMA
2 To select the size of the angle
through which you will pan the
camera while shooting, press the
command dial left. Highlight a size and press
MENU/OK.
3 Press the command dial right to
view a choice of pan directions.
Highlight a pan direction and press
MENU/OK.
4 Press the shutter button all the way down to
start recording. There is no need to keep the
shutter button pressed during recording.
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ANGLE
DIRECTION
R Shooting ends if the shutter button is pressed all
the way down during shooting. No panorama
may be recorded if the shutter button is pressed
before the panorama is complete.
The size of the completed panorama varies with
the angle and pan direction.
Angle
120°
180°
Pan direction
Horizontal
Vertical
Horizontal
Vertical
Size (W × H)
6,440 × 1,440
2,160 × 6,440
9,600 × 1,440
2,160 × 9,600
Panoramas
For Best Results
For best results, prop your elbows against your sides
and move the camera slowly in a small circle at a
steady speed, keeping the camera horizontal and
being careful only to pan in the direction shown by
the guides. Use a tripod for best results. If the desired
results are not achieved, try panning at a different
speed.
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Q Panoramas are created from multiple frames; exposure for the entire panorama is determined by the
first frame. The camera may in some cases record an
greater or lesser angle than selected or be unable to
stitch the frames together perfectly. The last part of
the panorama may not be recorded if shooting ends
before the panorama is complete.
Q Shooting may be interrupted if the camera is panned
too quickly or too slowly. Panning the camera in a
direction other than that shown cancels shooting.
Q The desired results may not be achieved with moving subjects, subjects close to the camera, unvarying subjects such as the sky or a field of grass, subjects that are in constant motion, such as waves and
waterfalls, or subjects that undergo marked changes in brightness. Panoramas may be blurred if the
subject is poorly lit.
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Panoramas
Viewing Panoramas
In full-frame playback, panoramas can be played back using the command dial. Press the command dial down to
start playback and press again to pause. While playback is
paused, you can scroll the panorama manually be pressing
the command dial left or right. To exit to full-frame playback, press the command dial up.
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PLAY
STOP
PAUSE
Recording Pictures in RAW Format
R RAW images record raw, unprocessed data from the camera image sensor. JPEG copies of RAW images can
be created using the j RAW CONVERSION option in the playback menu, or RAW images can be viewed on
a computer using the RAW FILE CONVERTER application that is installed with the software on the supplied CD
(P 94, 95).
R Sensitivities of L (100), H (12800), and H (25600) are not available when RAW image quality is on (P 44).
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To toggle RAW image quality on or off for a single shot, assign RAW
to the Fn button (P 69). If a JPEG option is currently selected for image quality, pressing the Fn button temporarily selects the equivalent
JPEG+RAW option. If a JPEG+RAW option is currently selected, pressing
the Fn button temporarily selects the equivalent JPEG option, while if
RAW is selected, pressing the Fn button temporarily selects FINE. Taking a picture or pressing the Fn
button again restores the previous setting.
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Recording Pictures in RAW Format
Creating JPEG Copies of RAW Pictures
RAW pictures store information on camera settings separately from the data captured by the camera
image sensor. Using the j RAW CONVERSION option in the playback menu, you can create JPEG
copies of RAW pictures using different options for the settings listed below. The original image data
are unaffected, allowing a single RAW image to be processed in a multitude of different ways.
1 Press MENU/OK during playback to display the
playback menu, then press the command dial
up or down to highlight j RAW CONVERSION and press MENU/OK to display the settings listed in the table at right.
R These options can also be displayed by pressing
Q during playback.
2 Press the command dial
RAW CONVERSION
REFLECT SHOOTING COND.
PUSH/PULL PROCESSING
DYNAMIC RANGE
FILM SIMULATION
WHITE BALANCE
WB SHIFT
up or down to highlight a
setting and press the command dial right to select.
Press the command dial up
or down to highlight the desired option and
press MENU/OK to select and return to the settings list. Repeat this step to adjust additional
settings.
CREATE
CANCEL
3 Press the Q button to preview the JPEG copy
and press MENU/OK to save.
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Setting
REFLECT SHOOTING
COND.
PUSH/PULL
PROCESSING
Description
Create a JPEG copy using the settings in effect at the time the photo was taken.
Adjust exposure by –1 EV to +3 EV in increments of 1/3 EV (P 51).
Enhance details in highlights for natural
DYNAMIC RANGE
contrast (P 73).
Simulate the effects of different types of film
FILM SIMULATION
(P 55).
WHITE BALANCE Adjust white balance (P 42).
WB SHIFT
Fine-tune white balance (P 42).
COLOR
Adjust color density (P 74).
SHARPNESS
Sharpen or soften outlines (P 74).
HIGHLIGHT TONE Adjust highlights (P 74).
SHADOW TONE
Adjust shadows (P 74).
NOISE REDUCTION Process the copy to reduce mottling (P 74).
Choose the color space used for color reproCOLOR SPACE
duction (P 91).
The ND Filter
1 Press MENU/OK in shooting mode to display the shooting menu. Press
P SHOOTING MENU
ND FILTER
COLOR
SHARPNESS
HIGHLIGHT TONE
SHADOW TONE
NOISE REDUCTION
LONG EXPOSURE NR
the command dial up or down to highlight t ND FILTER and press
MENU/OK.
EXIT
2 Press the command dial up or down to highlight ON and press MENU/OK to select.
OFF
0
0
0
0
0
ON
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The camera is equipped with a Neutral Density (ND) filter that reduces exposure by the equivalent of
3 EV. This allows slower shutter speeds or wider apertures to be used with brightly lit subjects, making
it possible to blur motion or soften background details without risk of overexposure.
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Image Search
Follow the steps below to search for pictures.
1 Press MENU/OK during playback to display the playback menu. Press the command dial up or down to
highlight b IMAGE SEARCH and press MENU/OK.
2 Highlight an option and press MENU/OK.
Option
BY DATE
BY FACE
BY I FAVORITES
BY TYPE OF DATA
BY UPLOAD MARK
Description
Search by date.
Search for pictures that include faces.
Search by rating (P 25).
Find all still pictures, all movies, all pictures taken in burst mode, or all RAW pictures.
Find all pictures selected for upload to a specified destination.
3 Select a search condition. Only pictures that match the search condition will
Option
be displayed. To delete or protect selected pictures or to view the selected A ERASE
pictures in a slide show, press MENU/OK and choose from the options at right. D PROTECT
4 To end the search, select EXIT SEARCH.
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I SLIDE SHOW
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PhotoBook Assist
Creating a PhotoBook
1 Select NEW BOOK for m PHOTOBOOK ASSIST in the playback menu (P 85) and choose
from the following options:
• SELECT FROM ALL: Choose from all available
pictures.
• SELECT BY IMAGE SEARCH: Choose from pictures
matching selected search conditions (P 66).
R Neither photographs a or smaller nor movies
can be selected for photobooks.
3 Highlight COMPLETE PHOTOBOOK and
press MENU/OK (to select all photos or all photos matching the specified search conditions
for the book, choose SELECT ALL). The new
book will be added to the list in the photobook assist menu.
Q Books can contain up to 300 pictures.
Q Books that contain no photos are automatically deleted.
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2 Scroll through the images and press the command dial up to select or deselect. To display
the current image on the cover, press the
command dial down. Press MENU/OK to exit
when the book is complete.
R The first picture selected becomes the cover image. Press the command dial down to select a
different image for the cover.
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PhotoBook Assist
Viewing Photobooks
Highlight a book in the photobook assist menu
and press MENU/OK to display the book, then press
the command dial left or right to scroll through
the pictures.
Editing and Deleting Photobooks
Display the photobook and press MENU/OK. The
following options will be displayed; select the
desired option and follow the on-screen instructions.
• EDIT: Edit the book as described in “Creating a
PhotoBook” (P 67).
• ERASE: Delete the book.
Photobooks
Photobooks can be copied to a computer using the supplied MyFinePix Studio software (P 93).
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The Fn Button
R The F Fn BUTTON menu can also be displayed by pressing and holding the Fn button.
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The role played by the Fn button can be selected using the F Fn
BUTTON option in the shooting menu (P 74). The options available
include multiple exposure (P 57), depth-of-field preview (P 38),
sensitivity (P 44), the self-timer (P 53), image size (P 72), image
quality (P 73), dynamic range (P 73), film simulation (P 55),
ND filter (P 65), AF mode (P 77), custom settings (P 70), movie recording (P 32), advanced filter
(P 77), RAW/JPEG toggle (P 63), and wide conversion lens (P 108).
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Saving Settings
Save up to 3 sets of custom camera settings for commonly-encountered situations. Saved settings can
be recalled using the u SELECT CUSTOM SETTING option in the shooting menu.
1 Press MENU/OK in shooting mode to display the shooting menu. Press
P SHOOTING MENU
SELECT CUSTOM SETTING
EDIT/SAVE CUSTOM SETTING
Fn BUTTON
DISP. CUSTOM SETTING
FRAMING GUIDLINE
WIDE CONVERSION LENS
MF ASSIST
the command dial up or down to highlight K EDIT/SAVE CUSTOM
SETTING and press MENU/OK.
OFF
STD
EXIT
2 Highlight a custom settings bank and press MENU/OK to select. Adjust the following as desired and press DISP/BACK when adjustments
are complete: N ISO, U DYNAMIC RANGE, P FILM SIMULATION,
D WHITE BALANCE, f COLOR, q SHARPNESS, r HIGHLIGHT
TONE, s SHADOW TONE, h NOISE REDUCTION, and R RESET.
CUSTOM 1
SAVE CURRENT SETTINGS
ISO
DYNAMIC RANGE
FILM SIMULATION
WHITE BALANCE
COLOR
200
AUTO
0
EXIT
R To replace the settings in the selected bank with the settings currently selected with the camera, select
K SAVE CURRENT SETTINGS and press MENU/OK.
R To reset settings for the current bank, highlight RESET and press MENU/OK.
3 A confirmation dialog will be displayed; highlight OK and press MENU/OK.
SAVE CUSTOM SETTING
CUSTOM 1 SET OK?
OK
CANCEL
OK
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Advanced Movie Recording
Q Movies recorded when the aperture is displayed in red will not be correctly exposed.
Before Recording
Before recording, adjust movie settings (P 80), aperture (P 38), and exposure compensation (P 51)
and select a focus mode (P 46). These settings can not be adjusted during recording.
Using an External Microphone
The camera can be used with optional MIC-ST1 stereo microphones using the cable
supplied with the MIC-ST1. See the microphone manual for details.
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Depth of Field
Aperture can be set manually for movie recording by selecting an aperture
other than A for aperture-priority AE. Adjust aperture before recording begins. Choose low f-numbers to soften background details. The effect can be
heightened by increasing the distance between your subject and the background.
R Recording level can be adjusted using t MIC LEVEL ADJUSTMENT (P 80).
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Menus
Using the Menus: Shooting Mode
The shooting menu is used to adjust settings for a wide range of shooting conditions. To display the shooting menu, press MENU/OK in shooting mode. Highlight
items and press the command dial right to view options, then highlight an option
and press MENU/OK. Press DISP/BACK to exit when settings are complete.
P SHOOTING MENU
SELF-TIMER
ISO
IMAGE SIZE
IMAGE QUALITY
DYNAMIC RANGE
FILM SIMULATION
FILM SIMULATION BKT
OFF
200
3:2
F
EXIT
Shooting Menu Options (Photographs)
B SELF-TIMER
Take pictures with the self-timer (P 53).
(default: OFF)
N ISO
Control the camera’s sensitivity to light (P 44).
(default: 200)
O IMAGE SIZE
Choose the size and aspect ratio at which still pictures are recorded.
Option
O3:2
Aspect Ratio
Pictures with an aspect ratio of 3 : 2 have the same proportions as O 16 : 9
a frame of 35 mm film, while an aspect ratio of 16 : 9 is suited to O 1 : 1
display on High Definition (HD) devices. Pictures with an aspect P 3 : 2
ratio of 1 : 1 are square.
P 16 : 9
O IMAGE SIZE is not reset when the camera is turned off or an- P 1 : 1
other shooting mode is selected.
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(default: O 3 : 2)
Prints at sizes up to
41 × 28 cm (16 × 11 in.)
41 × 23 cm (16 × 9 in.)
28 × 28 cm (11 × 11 in.)
29 × 20 cm (11 × 7 in.)
29 × 16 cm (11 × 6 in.)
20 × 20 cm (7 × 7 in.)
Option
Q3:2
Q 16 : 9
Q1:1
Prints at sizes up to
21 × 14 cm (8 × 5 in.)
21 × 12 cm (8 × 4 in.)
14 × 14 cm (5 × 5 in.)
Using the Menus: Shooting Mode
(default: FINE)
T IMAGE QUALITY
Choose a file format and compression ratio. Select FINE or NORMAL to record JPEG images, RAW to record RAW images, or
FINE+RAW or NORMAL+RAW to record both JPEG and RAW images. FINE and FINE+RAW use lower JPEG compression ratios
for higher-quality JPEG images, while NORMAL and NORMAL+RAW use higher JPEG compression ratios to increase the number of images that can be stored.
U DYNAMIC RANGE
(default: V)
Control contrast. Choose lower values to increase contrast when shooting indoors or under overcast skies, higher values to
reduce loss of detail in highlights and shadows when photographing high-contrast scenes. Higher values are recommended
for scenes that include both sunlight and deep shade, for such high-contrast subjects as sunlight on water, brightly-lit autumn
leaves, and portraits taken against a blue sky, and for white objects or people wearing white; note, however, that mottling may
appear in pictures taken at higher values.
R If AUTO is selected, shutter speed and aperture will be displayed when the shutter button is pressed halfway.
R W 200% is available at sensitivities of ISO 400 and above, X 400% at sensitivities of ISO 800 and above.
(default: c PROVIA/STANDARD)
X FILM SIMULATION BKT
Choose film types for film simulation bracketing (P 56).
t ND FILTER
Turn the ND filter on or off (P 65).
Menus
P FILM SIMULATION
Simulate the effects of different types of film (P 55).
(default: OFF)
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f COLOR
Adjust color density.
(default: MID)
q SHARPNESS
Sharpen or soften outlines.
(default: STANDARD)
r HIGHLIGHT TONE
Adjust the appearance of highlights.
(default: STANDARD)
s SHADOW TONE
Adjust the appearance of shadows.
(default: STANDARD)
h NOISE REDUCTION
Reduce noise in pictures taken at high sensitivities.
(default: STANDARD)
K LONG EXPOSURE NR
Select ON to reduce mottling in long time-exposures (P 41).
(default: ON)
u SELECT CUSTOM SETTING
Recall settings saved with K EDIT/SAVE CUSTOM SETTING.
K EDIT/SAVE CUSTOM SETTING
Save settings (P 70).
F Fn BUTTON
Choose the role played by the Fn button (P 69).
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(default: N ISO)
Using the Menus: Shooting Mode
v DISP. CUSTOM SETTING
Choose the items displayed in the viewfinder and LCD monitor (P 21). The following items can be displayed: framing grid (you
can also select the grid type as described on page 76), virtual horizon, focus distance (auto or manual), histogram, exposure (shutter speed, aperture, and sensitivity), exposure compensation/exposure indicator, metering, flash mode, white balance, film simulation, dynamic range, number of exposures remaining, image size and quality, and battery level. See pages 6 – 8 for the locations
of these items in the displays. Press the command dial up or down to highlight items and press MENU/OK to select or deselect.
Press DISP/BACK to exit when settings are complete.
Virtual Horizon
Selecting ELECTRONIC LEVEL displays a virtual horizon. The camera is level when the two lines overlap.
R The virtual horizon may not be displayed if the camera lens is pointed up or down.
P
Menus
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c FRAMING GUIDLINE
Choose the type of framing grid available in shooting mode.
F GRID 9
P
For “rule of thirds” composition.
(default: F GRID 9)
G GRID 24
H HD FRAMING
A six-by-four grid.
Frame HD pictures in the crop shown by the
lines at the top and bottom of the display.
P
P
Y WIDE CONVERSION LENS
Select ON when using the an optional wide conversion lens (P 108).
c MF ASSIST
Choose how focus is displayed in manual focus mode (P 47).
Option
Description
STANDARD
Focus is displayed normally (focus peaking and digital split image are not available).
DIGITAL SPLIT IMAGE
A black-and-white split-image display.
FOCUS PEAK HIGHLIGHT The camera heightens high-contrast outlines. Choose from LOW and HIGH.
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(default: OFF)
(default: STANDARD)
Using the Menus: Shooting Mode
d ADVANCED FILTER
Take photos with filter effects. Choose from the following filters.
Description
Choose for a retro toy camera effect.
The tops and bottoms of pictures are blurred for a diorama effect.
Create high-contrast images with saturated colors.
Create bright, low-contrast images.
Create uniformly dark tones with few areas of emphasized highlights.
Dynamic tone expression is used for a fantasy effect.
Create a look that is evenly soft throughout the whole image.
Areas of the image that are the selected color are recorded in that color. All others areas of the image are recorded in black-and-white.
Menus
Filter
G TOY CAMERA
H MINIATURE
I POP COLOR
J HIGH-KEY
Z LOW-KEY
K DYNAMIC TONE
X SOFT FOCUS
u PARTIAL COLOR (RED)
v PARTIAL COLOR (ORANGE)
w PARTIAL COLOR (YELLOW)
x PARTIAL COLOR (GREEN)
y PARTIAL COLOR (BLUE)
z PARTIAL COLOR (PURPLE)
(default: OFF)
R Depending on the subject and camera settings, images may in some cases be grainy or vary in brightness and hue.
F AF MODE
(default: t AREA)
Choose how the camera selects the focus area when in focus mode AF-S.
• s MULTI: When the shutter button is pressed halfway, the camera detects high-contrast subjects and selects the focus area
automatically.
• t AREA: Choose the focus area manually (P 48).
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C AF ILLUMINATOR
If ON is selected, the AF-assist illuminator will light to assist autofocus.
(default: ON)
R The AF-assist illuminator turns off automatically in silent mode.
Q The camera may be unable to focus using the AF-assist illuminator in some cases. If the camera is unable to focus in macro
mode, try increasing the distance to the subject.
Q Avoid shining the AF-assist illuminator directly into your subject’s eyes.
(default: AE & AF ON WHEN PRESSING)
k AE/AF-LOCK MODE
If AE & AF ON WHEN PRESSING is selected, exposure and/or focus will lock while the AFL/AEL button is pressed. If AE & AF ON/
OFF SWITCH is selected, exposure and/or focus will lock while the AFL/AEL button is pressed and remain locked until the button
is pressed again.
v AE/AF-LOCK BUTTON
Choose the role played by the AFL/AEL button (P 49).
(default: AE LOCK ONLY)
(default: OFF)
G CORRECTED AF FRAME
If ON is selected, a second focus frame for focus distances of about 50 cm (1.6 ft.) will be added to the display in the optical
viewfinder. The focus frame for the current focus distance is displayed in green when the shutter button is pressed halfway.
ON
Focus frame for focus distance of infinity
OFF
Focus frame
P
2000
F5.6
200
Focus frame for focus distance of
about 50 cm (1.6 ft.)
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P
2000
F5.6
200
Using the Menus: Shooting Mode
(default: ±0)
I FLASH
Adjust flash brightness. Choose from values between +2/3 EV and –2/3 EV. Note that the desired results may not be achieved
depending on shooting conditions and the distance to the subject.
B RED EYE REMOVAL
Choose ON to remove red-eye effects caused by the flash.
(default: OFF)
R Red-eye reduction is performed only when a face is detected.
R Red-eye removal is not available with RAW images.
n SAVE ORG IMAGE
Choose ON to save unprocessed copies of pictures taken using B RED EYE REMOVAL.
(default: OFF)
Menus
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Shooting Menu Options (Movie Mode)
The following options are available in movie mode (P 32).
W MOVIE MODE
(default: i 1920×1080 (30fps))
Select a frame rate for movie recording. Choose from rates of 30 and 60 fps; frame size is fixed at 1920 × 1080 (Full HD).
P FILM SIMULATION
Simulate the effects of different types of film (P 55).
t MIC LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
Adjust the microphone recording level.
(default: c PROVIA/STANDARD)
(default: 3)
v DISP. CUSTOM SETTING
Choose the items displayed in the viewfinder and LCD monitor (P 75).
Y WIDE CONVERSION LENS
Select ON when using an optional wide conversion lens (P 108).
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(default: OFF)
Using the Menus: Playback Mode
To display the playback menu, press MENU/OK in playback mode. Highlight items
and press the command dial right to view options, then highlight an option and
press MENU/OK. Press DISP/BACK to exit when settings are complete.
PLAYBACK MENU
RAW CONVERSION
ERASE
CROP
RESIZE
PROTECT
IMAGE ROTATE
COPY
EXIT
Playback Menu Options
j RAW CONVERSION
Create JPEG copies of RAW pictures (P 64).
A ERASE
Delete all or selected pictures (P 28).
G CROP
Create a cropped copy of the current picture.
Menus
1 Display the desired picture.
2 Select G CROP in the playback menu.
3 Use the k and n buttons to zoom in and out and press the command dial up, down, left, or right to scroll the picture until
the desired portion is displayed.
4 Press MENU/OK to display a confirmation dialog.
5 Press MENU/OK again to save the cropped copy to a separate file.
R Larger crops produce larger copies; all copies have an aspect ratio of 3 : 2. If the size of the final copy will be a, OK will be
displayed in yellow.
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e RESIZE
Create a cropped copy of the current picture.
1 Display the desired picture.
2 Select e RESIZE in the playback menu.
3 Highlight a size and press MENU/OK to display a confirmation dialog.
4 Press MENU/OK again to save the resized copy to a separate file.
R The sizes available vary with the size of the original image.
D PROTECT
Protect pictures from accidental deletion. Highlight one of the following options and press MENU/OK.
• FRAME: Protect selected pictures. Press the command dial left or right to view pictures and press MENU/OK to select or deselect.
Press DISP/BACK when the operation is complete.
• SET ALL: Protect all pictures.
• RESET ALL: Remove protection from all pictures.
Q Protected pictures will be deleted when the memory card is formatted (P 92).
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C IMAGE ROTATE
Rotate pictures.
1 Display the desired picture.
2 Select C IMAGE ROTATE in the playback menu.
3 Press the command dial down to rotate the picture 90° clockwise, up to rotate it 90° counterclockwise.
4 Press MENU/OK. The picture automatically be displayed in the selected orientation whenever it is played back on the camera.
R Protected pictures can not be rotated. Remove protection before rotating pictures.
R The camera may not be able to rotate pictures created with other devices. Pictures rotated on the camera will not be rotated
when viewed on a computer or on other cameras.
R Pictures taken with A SCREEN SET-UP > AUTOROTATE PB are automatically displayed in the correct orientation during
playback (P 90).
1 Select E COPY in the playback menu.
2 Highlight one of the following options and press the command dial right:
Menus
E COPY
Copy pictures from internal memory to a memory card.
• a INTERNAL MEMORY y b CARD: Copy pictures from internal memory to a memory card.
• b CARD y a INTERNAL MEMORY: Copy pictures from a memory card to internal memory.
3 Highlight one of the following options and press MENU/OK:
• FRAME: Copy selected pictures. Press the command dial left or right to view pictures and press MENU/OK to copy the current
picture.
• ALL FRAMES: Copy all pictures.
R Copying ends when the destination is full.
R DPOF print information is not copied (P 101).
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B RED EYE REMOVAL
Remove red-eye from portraits. The camera will analyze the image; if red-eye is detected, the image will be processed to create
a copy with reduced red-eye.
1 Display the desired picture.
2 Select B RED EYE REMOVAL in the playback menu.
3 Press MENU/OK.
R Red eye may not be removed if the camera is unable to detect a face or the face is in profile. Results may differ depending on
the scene. Red eye can not be removed from pictures that have already been processed using red-eye removal or pictures
created with other devices.
R The amount of time needed to process the image varies with the number of faces detected.
R Copies created with B RED EYE REMOVAL are indicated by a e icon during playback.
R Red eye removal can not be performed on RAW images.
I SLIDE SHOW
View pictures in an automated slide show. Choose the type of show and press MENU/OK to start. Press DISP/BACK at any time during the show to view on-screen help. The show can be ended at any time by pressing MENU/OK.
Option
NORMAL
FADE-IN
NORMAL g
FADE-IN g
MULTIPLE
Description
Press the command dial left or right to go back or skip ahead one frame. Select FADE-IN for fade transitions
between frames.
As above, except that camera automatically zooms in on faces.
Display several pictures at once.
R The camera will not turn off automatically while a slide show is in progress.
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m PHOTOBOOK ASSIST
Create books from your favorite photos (P 67).
j MARK FOR UPLOAD TO
Select pictures for upload to YouTube, Facebook or MyFinePix.com using MyFinePix Studio (Windows only).
1 Highlight an option and press MENU/OK. Select YouTube to choose movies for upload to YouTube, FACEBOOK to choose
photos and movies for upload to Facebook, or MyFinePix.com to choose photos for upload to MyFinePix.com.
2 Press the command dial left or right to display pictures and press MENU/OK to select or deselect. Press DISP/BACK to exit when
all the desired pictures are selected.
R
R
R
R
Only movies can be selected for upload to YouTube.
Only photos can be selected for upload to MyFinePix.com.
During playback, selected pictures are indicated by j YouTube, j FACEBOOK or j MyFinepix.com icons.
Choose RESET ALL to deselect all pictures. If the number of pictures affected is very large, some time may be required to
complete the operation. Press DISP/BACK to exit before the operation is complete.
Menus
Uploading Pictures (Windows Only)
Selected pictures can be uploaded using the YouTube/Facebook/MyFinePix. Select with camera
com Upload option in MyFinePix Studio. For information on installing MyFinePix Studio and connecting the camera to a computer, see “Viewing Pictures
on a Computer” (P
(P 93).).
Upload from computer
b IMAGE SEARCH
Search for pictures (P 66).
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K PRINT ORDER (DPOF)
Select pictures for printing on DPOF- and PictBridge-compatible devices (P 101).
J DISP ASPECT
Choose how High Definition (HD) devices display pictures with an aspect ratio of 3 : 2
(this option is available only when an HDMI cable is connected). Select 16 : 9 to display
the image so that it fills the screen with its top and bottom cropped out, 3 : 2 to display
the entire image with black bands at either side.
16 : 9
3:2
16 : 9
I PLAYBACK VOLUME
Control the volume for movie playback.
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3:2
(default: 7)
The Setup Menu
Using the Setup Menu
1 Display the setup menu.
1.1 Press MENU/OK to display the menu for the current mode.
1.2 Press the command dial left to highlight the tab for the current menu.
1.3 Press the command dial down to highlight Z.
SET-UP
DATE/TIME
TIME DIFFERENCE
ENGLISH
RESET
SILENT MODE
FRAME NO.
FOCUS RING
OFF
CONT.
Menus
EXIT
Tab
1.4 Press the command dial right to place the cursor in the setup menu.
2 Adjust settings.
Highlight items and press the command dial right to view options, then highlight an option and
press MENU/OK. Press DISP/BACK to exit when settings are complete.
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Setup Menu Options
F DATE/TIME
Set the camera clock (P 17).
N TIME DIFFERENCE
(default: h)
Switch the camera clock instantly from your home time zone to the local time at your destination when traveling. To specify the
difference between local time and your home time zone:
1 Highlight g LOCAL and press MENU/OK.
2 Use the command dial to choose the time difference between local time and your home time zone. Press MENU/OK when
settings are complete.
To set the camera clock to local time, highlight g LOCAL and press MENU/OK. To set the clock to the time in your home time
zone, select h HOME. If g LOCAL is selected, g will be displayed for three seconds when the camera is turned on.
La
Choose a language (P 17).
R RESET
Reset shooting or setup menu options to default values. F DATE/TIME, N TIME DIFFERENCE, A SCREEN SETUP > BACKGROUND COLOR, and c SHUTTER COUNT are not affected.
1 Highlight the desired option and press the command dial right.
2 A confirmation dialog will be displayed; highlight OK and press MENU/OK.
(default: OFF)
o SILENT MODE
Select ON to disable the speaker, flash, and illuminator in situations in which camera sounds or lights may be unwelcome (note
that silent mode can not be enabled or disabled during movie playback). Silent mode can also be turned on or off using the
DISP/BACK button as described on page 5.
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(default: CONTINUOUS)
B FRAME NO.
New pictures are stored in image files named using a four-digit file number assigned by adding one to the
Frame number
last file number used. The file number is displayed during playback as shown at right. B FRAME NO. con100-0001
trols whether file numbering is reset to 0001 when a new memory card is inserted or the current memory
card is formatted.
Directory
File
number number
Option
CONTINUOUS
RENEW
Description
Numbering continues from the last file number used or the first available file number, whichever is higher.
Choose this option to reduce the number of pictures with duplicate file names.
Numbering is reset to 0001 after formatting or when a new memory card is inserted.
R If the frame number reaches 999-9999, the shutter release will be disabled (P 116).
R Selecting R RESET (P 88) sets B FRAME NO. to CONTINUOUS but does not reset the file number.
R Frame numbers for pictures taken with other cameras may differ.
(default: X CW)
(default: OFF)
j FOCUS CHECK
If ON is selected, view through the lens will automatically be magnified in the display to assist focus when the focus ring is
rotated in manual focus mode (P 47).
M FOCUS SCALE UNITS
Choose the units used for the focus distance indicator (P 46).
Menus
I FOCUS RING
Choose the direction in which the focus ring is rotated to increase the focus distance.
(default: METERS)
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b SOUND SET-UP
Adjust sound settings.
Option
OPERATION VOL.
SHUTTER VOLUME
SHUTTER SOUND
Description
Adjust the volume of the sounds produced when camera controls are operated. Choose e OFF (mute)
to disable control sounds.
Adjust the volume of the sounds produced when the shutter is released. Choose e OFF (mute) to disable the shutter sound.
Choose the sound made by the shutter.
A SCREEN SET-UP
Adjust display settings.
Option
Description
Choose how long images are displayed after shooting. Colors may differ slightly from those in the final
image and “noise” mottling may be visible at high sensitivities.
• CONTINUOUS: Pictures are displayed until the MENU/OK button is pressed or the shutter button is pressed
halfway. To zoom in on the active focus point, press the center of the command control; press again
IMAGE DISP.
to cancel zoom.
• 1.5 SEC, 0.5 SEC: Pictures are displayed for 1.5 seconds (1.5 SEC) or 0.5 seconds (0.5 SEC) or until the
shutter button is pressed halfway.
• OFF: Pictures are not displayed after shooting.
EVF/LCD BRIGHTNESS
Control the brightness of the display.
MONITOR SUNLIGHT MODE Select ON to make the display in the monitor easier to read in bright light (P 119).
AUTOROTATE PB
Choose ON to automatically rotate “tall” (portrait-orientation) pictures during playback.
BACKGROUND COLOR
Choose a color scheme.
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Z POWER MANAGEMENT
Adjust power management settings.
Option
Description
Choose the length of time before the camera turns off automatically when no operations are performed.
AUTO POWER OFF
Shorter times reduce the drain on the battery; if OFF is selected, the camera must be turned off manually.
Note that in some situations the camera turns off automatically even when OFF is selected.
Select ON for faster focus and to reduce the time needed to restart the camera after it has been turned off
HIGH PERFORMANCE
(P 16).
(default: OFF)
G OVF POWER SAVE MODE
Select ON to reduce power consumption and increase the number of pictures that can be taken on a single charge when pictures are framed in the optical viewfinder.
R When ON is selected, the histogram in the optical viewfinder is shown only by a frame.
R The count is also incremented each time the camera is turned off, playback mode is selected, or the optical viewfinder is
activated.
J COLOR SPACE
Choose the gamut of colors available for color reproduction.
Option
sRGB
Adobe RGB
Menus
c SHUTTER COUNT
View the approximate number of times the shutter has been released.
(default: sRGB)
Description
Recommended in most situations.
For commercial printing.
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The Setup Menu
(default: ON)
b Eye-Fi TRANSFER
The camera can be used with third-party Eye-Fi cards; for more information see the manual provided with the card or contact
the manufacturer.
Option
ON
OFF
Description
Pictures taken with the camera are uploaded to a pre-selected destination.
Pictures are not uploaded automatically.
Q Observe local regulations regarding the use of wireless devices when using Eye-Fi cards. Select OFF in aircraft, hospitals,
and other locations where the use of wireless devices is prohibited; note that even when the camera is turned off, wireless
transmission will continue until upload is complete.
The Eye-Fi Icon
Icon
U
U (blinks)
W V U (animated)
U (red)
Status
Standby/no connection
Connecting
Upload in progress
Error
K FORMAT
Select OK to format the memory card.
Q All data—including protected pictures—will be deleted from the memory card. Be sure important files have been copied to
a computer or other storage device.
Q Do not open the battery-chamber cover during formatting.
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Connections
Viewing Pictures on a Computer
The supplied software can be used to copy pictures to a computer, where they can be stored, viewed,
organized, and printed. Before proceeding, install the software as described below. Do NOT connect
the camera to the computer until installation is complete.
Windows: Installing MyFinePix Studio
1 Confirm that the computer meets the following system requirements:
CPU
RAM
Free disk space
Windows 8 / Windows 7 (Service Pack 1) /
Windows Vista (Service Pack 2) 1
3 GHz Pentium 4 or better
(2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo or better 2)
1 GB or more
Windows XP (Service Pack 3) 1
2 GHz Pentium 4 or better
(2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo or better 2)
512 MB or more (1 GB or more 2)
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2 GB or more
Supports DirectX 7 or later (required; performance
GPU
Supports DirectX 9 or later (recommended)
not guaranteed with other GPUs)
Video
1024 × 768 pixels or more with 24-bit color or better
• Built-in USB port recommended. Operation is not guaranteed with other USB ports.
• .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 required when uploading images or using Map Viewer.
Other
• Internet connection (broadband recommended) required to install .NET Framework (if necessary), to use
auto update feature, and when performing such tasks as sharing pictures on-line or via e-mail.
1 Other versions of Windows are not supported. Only pre-installed operating systems are supported; operation is not guaranteed on home-built computers or computers that have been upgraded from earlier versions of Windows.
2 Recommended when displaying HD movies.
2 Start the computer. Log in to an account with administrator privileges before proceeding.
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3 Exit any applications that may be running and insert the installer CD in a CD-ROM drive.
Windows 8/Windows 7/Windows Vista
If an AutoPlay dialog is displayed, click SETUP.EXE. A “User Account Control” dialog will then be displayed;
click Yes (Windows 8/Windows 7) or Allow (Windows Vista).
The installer will start automatically; click Install MyFinePix Studio and follow the on-screen instructions to install MyFinePix Studio and RAW FILE CONVERTER.
If the Installer Does Not Start Automatically (Windows 7/Windows Vista)
If the installer does not start automatically, select Computer or My Computer from the Start menu, then
double-click the FINEPIX CD icon to open the FINEPIX CD window and double-click setup or SETUP.EXE.
If the Installer Does Not Start Automatically (Windows 8)
1
2
3
4
Select Desktop on the Start screen.
Select File Explorer on the taskbar.
Select Computer in the navigation pane.
Double-click the drive icon inserting the FINEPIX CD and follow the on-screen instructions to install.
4 If prompted to install Windows Media Player or DirectX, follow the on-screen instructions to complete installation.
5 Remove the installer CD from the CD-ROM drive when installation is complete. Store the installer
CD in a dry location out of direct sunlight in case you need to re-install the software.
Installation is now complete. Proceed to “Connecting the Camera” (P 97).
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Macintosh: Installing RAW FILE CONVERTER
RAW FILE CONVERTER is used to view RAW images on your computer.
1 Confirm that the computer meets the following system requirements:
CPU
Intel (Core 2 Duo or better)
Pre-installed copies of Mac OS X version 10.6–10.8 (visit http://www.fujifilm.com/support/digital_cameras/
OS
compatibility/ for more information).
RAM
1 GB or more
Free disk space A minimum of 200 MB required for installation with 400 MB available when RAW FILE CONVERTER is running
Video
1024 × 768 pixels or more with 24-bit color or better
2 After starting the computer and quitting any applications that may be running, insert the installer
CD in a CD-ROM drive and double-click SILKYRFCEXInstaller.
screen instructions to install. Click Exit to quit the installer when installation is complete.
4 Remove the installer CD from the CD-ROM drive. Note that you may be unable to remove the CD
if Safari is running; if necessary, quit Safari before removing the CD. Store the installer CD in a dry
location out of direct sunlight in case you need to re-install the software.
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3 Enter an administrator name and password when prompted and click OK, then follow the on-
Installation is now complete. Proceed to “Connecting the Camera” (P 97).
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Importing Pictures or Movies to Mac (Macintosh)
Use a standard application in Mac OS such as Image Capture to import pictures or movies to Mac.
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Connecting the Camera
1 If the pictures you wish to copy are stored on a memory card, insert the card into the camera (P 12).
R Windows users may require the Windows CD when starting the software for the first time.
Q Loss of power during transfer could result in loss of data or damage to internal memory or the memory
card. Charge the battery before connecting the camera.
2 Turn the camera off and connect the supplied USB cable as
shown, making sure the connectors are fully inserted. Connect the camera directly to the computer; do not use a USB
hub or keyboard.
3 Turn the camera on and follow the on-screen instructions to copy pictures to the computer. To exit
For more information on using the supplied software, start the application and select the appropriate
option from the Help menu.
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without copying pictures, click Cancel.
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Q If a memory card containing a large number of images is inserted, there may be a delay before the software
starts and you may be unable to import or save images. Use a memory card reader to transfer pictures.
Q Make sure that the computer does not display a message stating that copying is in progress and that the
indicator lamp is out before turning the camera off or disconnecting the USB cable (if the number of images copied is very large, the indicator lamp may remain lit after the message has cleared from the computer
display). Failure to observe this precaution could result in loss of data or damage to internal memory or the
memory card.
Q Disconnect the camera before inserting or removing memory cards.
Q In some cases, it may not be possible to access pictures saved to a network server using the supplied software
in the same way as on a standalone computer.
Q The user bears all applicable fees charged by the phone company or Internet service provider when using
services that require an Internet connection.
Disconnecting the Camera
After confirming that the indicator lamp is out, turn the camera off and disconnect the USB cable.
Uninstalling the Supplied Software
Only uninstall the supplied software when it is no longer required or before beginning reinstallation. After
quitting the software and disconnecting the camera, drag “RAW FILE CONVERTER EX powered by SILKYPIX”
from “Applications” into the Trash and select Empty Trash in the Finder menu (Macintosh), or open the control
panel and use “Programs and Features” (Windows 8/Windows 7/Windows Vista) or “Add or Remove Programs”
(Windows XP) to uninstall MyFinePix Studio. Under Windows, one or more confirmation dialogs may be displayed; read the contents carefully before clicking OK.
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Printing Pictures via USB
If the printer supports PictBridge, the camera can be connected directly to the printer and
pictures can be printed without first being copied to a computer. Note that depending on the
printer, not all the functions described below may be supported.
Connecting the Camera
1 Connect the supplied USB cable as shown and
turn the printer on.
Printing Selected Pictures
1 Press the command dial left or right
to display a picture you wish to print.
R To print one copy of the current picture, proceed directly to Step 3.
2 Press the command dial up or down
2 Turn the camera on. t USB will be displayed
USB
PICTBRIDGE
TOTAL: 00000
3 Press MENU/OK to display a confirmation dialog.
PRINT THESE FRAMES
TOTAL: 9 SHEETS
Connections
in the monitor, followed by the PictBridge display shown below at right.
to choose the number of copies (up
to 99). Repeat steps 1–2 to select
additional pictures.
00 SHEETS
FRAME
OK
SET
R Pictures can be printed from internal memory or a
memory card that has been formatted in the camera.
R Page size, print quality, and border selections are
made using the printer.
YES
CANCEL
4 Press MENU/OK to start printing.
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Printing Pictures via USB
Printing the Date of Recording
To print the date of recording on pictures, press
DISP/BACK in the PictBridge display and select PRINT
WITH DATE s (to print pictures without the date of
recording, select PRINT WITHOUT DATE). To ensure
that the date is correct, set the camera clock before
taking pictures. Some printers do not support date
printing. See the printer manual for details.
Printing the DPOF Print Order
To print the print order created with K PRINT
ORDER (DPOF) in the playback menu (P 86):
1 In the PictBridge display, press DISP/
BACK to open the PictBridge menu.
2 Press the command dial up or down
to highlight u PRINT DPOF.
PICTBRIDGE
PRINT WITH DATE s
PRINT WITHOUT DATE
PRINT DPOF
3 Press MENU/OK to display a confirmation dialog.
PRINT DPOF OK?
TOTAL: 9 SHEETS
YES
CANCEL
4 Press MENU/OK to start printing.
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Printing Pictures via USB
During Printing
The message shown at right is
displayed during printing. Press
DISP/BACK to cancel before all
pictures are printed (depending
on the printer, printing may end
before the current picture has
printed).
PRINTING
Creating a DPOF Print Order
The K PRINT ORDER (DPOF) option in the playback menu can be used to create a digital “print
order” for PictBridge-compatible printers or devices that support DPOF.
CANCEL
If printing is interrupted, turn the camera off and
then on again.
Connections
Disconnecting the Camera
Confirm that the above message is not displayed and
turn the camera off. Disconnect the USB cable.
DPOF
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) is standard that allows pictures to be printed from
“print orders” stored on the memory card.
The information in the order includes the
pictures to be printed and the number of copies of
each picture.
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Printing Pictures via USB
■ WITH DATE s/ WITHOUT DATE
To modify the DPOF print order, select K PRINT
ORDER (DPOF) in the playback menu and press
the command dial up or down to highlight WITH
DATE s or WITHOUT DATE.
PLAYBACK
Y
MENU
RED EYE REMOVAL
SLIDE SHOW
WITH DATE s
PHOTOBOOK ASSIST
WITHOUT DATE
MARK FOR UPLOAD TO
RESET ALL
IMAGE SEARCH
PRINT ORDER (DPOF)
DISP ASPECT
WITH DATE s: Print date of recording
on pictures.
WITHOUT DATE: Print pictures without
date.
2 Press the command dial up or down
to choose the number of copies (up
to 99). To remove a picture from
the order, press the command dial
down until the number of copies is
0.
PRINT ORDER (DPOF)
DPOF: 00001
Total number of prints
Number of copies
01 SHEETS
Press MENU/OK and follow the steps below.
1 Press the command dial left or right
to display a picture you wish to include in or remove from the print
order.
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FRAME
SET
3 Repeat steps 1–2 to complete the
print order. Press MENU/OK to save
the print order when settings are
complete, or DISP/BACK to exit without changing the print order.
Printing Pictures via USB
4 The total number of prints is displayed in the monitor. Press MENU/
OK to exit.
The pictures in the current
print order are indicated by a
u icon during playback.
■ RESET ALL
To cancel the current print
order, select RESET ALL for
K PRINT ORDER (DPOF). The
confirmation shown at right
will be displayed; press MENU/OK
to remove all pictures from the
order.
RESET DPOF OK?
YES
CANCEL
Connections
R Print orders can contain a maximum of 999 pictures.
RESET DPOF OK?
R If a memory card is inserted
containing a print order created by another camera, the
message shown at right will
YES
NO
be displayed. Pressing MENU/OK
cancels the print order; a new
print order must be created as
described above.
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Viewing Pictures on TV
To show pictures to a group, connect the camera to a TV using an HDMI cable (available separately
from third-party suppliers; note that the TV can only be used for playback, not shooting).
1 Turn the camera off.
2 Connect the cable as shown below.
Insert into
HDMI connector
Insert into
HDMI mini connector
R Be sure the connectors are fully inserted.
3 Tune the television to the HDMI input channel. See the documentation supplied with the television for details.
4 Turn the camera on and press a button. The camera monitor turns off and pictures and movies
are played back on the TV. Note that the camera volume controls have no effect on sounds played
on the TV; use the television volume controls to adjust the volume.
R The USB cable can not be used while an HDMI cable is connected.
R Some televisions may briefly display a black screen when movie playback begins.
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Technical Notes
Optional Accessories
The camera supports a wide range of accessories from FUJIFILM and other manufacturers.
Accessories from FUJIFILM
The following optional accessories are available from FUJIFILM. For the latest information on the accessories available in your region, check with your local FUJIFILM representative or visit http://www.fujifilm.com/
products/digital_cameras/index.html.
Rechargeable Li-ion batteries
NP-95: Additional large-capacity NP-95 rechargeable batteries can be purchased as required.
Shoe-mounted flash units
EF-20: This clip-on flash unit (powered by two AA batteries) has a Guide Number of 20/65 (ISO 100, m/ft.)
and supports TTL flash control. The flash head can be rotated upwards 90° for bounce lighting.
EF-42: This clip-on flash unit (powered by four AA batteries) has a Guide Number of 42/137 (ISO 100, m/ft.)
and supports TTL flash control and auto power zoom in the range 24–105 mm (35 mm format equivalent).
The flash head can be rotated 90° up, 180° left, or 120° right for bounce lighting.
Technical Notes
Battery chargers
BC-65N: Replacement battery chargers can be purchased as required. At +20 °C/+68 °F, the BC-65N charges
an NP-95 in about 210 minutes.
EF-X20: This clip-on flash unit has a Guide Number of 20/65 (ISO 100, m/ft.).
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Optional Accessories
Leather cases
LC-X100S: This leather case, exclusively for use with the X100S/X100, combines practicality with the luxury of leather and comes
with a shoulder strap made of the same material. Pictures can be taken and batteries and memory cards inserted or removed
with the camera still in its case.
Adapter rings
AR-X100: An aluminum adapter ring exclusively for use with the X100S/X100. It is used when attaching the
LH-X100 lens hood or φ49 mm filters available from third-party suppliers.
Lens hoods
LH-X100: This aluminum lens hood, exclusively for use with the X100S/X100, comes with an AR-X100 adapter ring made of the same material. The adapter ring is required when attaching the hood.
Protector filters
PRF-49S: A protective filter exclusively for use with the X100S/X100. Requires AR-X100 adapter ring.
Wide conversion lenses
WCL-X100: A conversion lens that increases picture angle.
Stereo microphones
MIC-ST1: An external microphone for movie recording.
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Optional Accessories
Attaching Adapter Rings
1 Remove the front ring.
R If you have trouble removing the front ring,
grip the entire ring and
rotate it as shown.
Attaching Lens Hoods
Attach the adapter ring
before attaching the lens
hood.
R Align the indentations and
rotate as shown.
2 Attach the adapter ring
Q Keep the front ring and lens cap in a safe place
when not in use.
Q Attach the adapter ring before attaching LH-X100
lens hood, PRF-49S protector filter, or third-party
filters.
Attaching Protector Filters
Attach the adapter ring before attaching the filter.
Technical Notes
as shown, with the projections facing out.
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Optional Accessories
The WCL-X100 Wide Conversion Lens
A Y WIDE CONVERSION LENS option has been
added to the shooting menu for use with the optional WCL-X100 wide conversion lens. Select ON
when using the WCL-X100.
R A Y icon is displayed when
ON is selected.
P
2000
F5.6
200
R Because the optical viewfinder does not cover the full field
of view of the conversion lens,
the bright frame is replaced
by brackets showing approximately 80% of the field of
view. For accurate framing, compose pictures using
the electronic viewfinder or LCD monitor.
R The WCL-X100 may cast shadows in pictures taken
with the built-in flash. Use an optional external flash
approved for the X100.
R Y WIDE CONVERSION LENS can be assigned to
the Fn button.
R Be sure to select OFF for Y WIDE CONVERSION
LENS when the WCL-X100 is not in use.
P
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2000
F5.6
200
■ Attaching the WCL-X100
1 Remove the front ring.
R If you have trouble removing the front ring,
grip the entire ring and
rotate it as shown.
2 Attach the wide conversion lens.
Q Keep the front ring and lens cap in a safe place
when not in use.
Optional Accessories
Connecting the Camera to Other Devices
■ Remote Shutter Release
■ External Microphones
Remote release †
■ Printing
MIC-ST1 stereo microphone *
X100S
■ Flash Photography
USB cable
(supplied)
PictBridge-compatible printer †
Printer †
EF-20 shoe mount EF-42 shoe mount
flash *
flash *
■ Audio/Visual
■ Computer Related
HDMI cable †
USB cable (supplied)
EF-X20 shoe
mount flash *
Technical Notes
SD/SDHC/SDXC
memory card †
HDTV †
Computer †
* Available separately from FUJIFILM.
† Available separately from third-party suppliers.
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Caring for the Camera
To ensure continued enjoyment of the product, observe the following precautions.
Storage and Use
If the camera will not be used for an extended period, remove the battery and memory card. Do
not store or use the camera in locations that are:
• exposed to rain, steam, or smoke
• very humid or extremely dusty
• exposed to direct sunlight or very high temperatures, such as in a closed vehicle on a sunny
day
• extremely cold
• subject to strong vibration
• exposed to strong magnetic fields, such as near
a broadcasting antenna, power line, radar emitter, motor, transformer, or magnet
• in contact with volatile chemicals such as pesticides
• next to rubber or vinyl products
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■ Water and Sand
Exposure to water and sand can also damage the
camera and its internal circuitry and mechanisms.
When using the camera at the beach or seaside,
avoid exposing the camera to water or sand. Do
not place the camera on a wet surface.
■ Condensation
Sudden increases in temperature, such as occur
when entering a heated building on a cold day,
can cause condensation inside the camera. If this
occurs, turn the camera off and wait an hour before turning it on again. If condensation forms on
the memory card, remove the card and wait for
the condensation to dissipate.
Traveling
Keep the camera in your carry-on baggage.
Checked baggage may suffer violent shocks that
could damage the camera.
Troubleshooting
Problems and Solutions
■ Power and Battery
Problem
The camera does not
turn on.
The monitor does not
turn on.
The battery runs down
quickly.
The battery is exhausted
exhausted:: Charge the battery ((P
P 11) or insert a fully-charged spare battery ((P
P 12).
Reinsert the battery in the correct orientation and make sure that the charger is plugged in ((P
P 11).
Charge the battery at room temperature ((P
P iv).
• There is dirt on the battery terminals
terminals:: Clean the terminals with a soft, dry cloth.
• The battery has been charged many times
times:: The battery has reached the end of its charging life. Purchase a new
battery. If the battery still fails to charge, contact your FUJIFILM dealer.
■ Menus and Displays
Problem
Display is not in English.
Solution
Troubleshooting
The camera turns off
suddenly.
Charging does not start.
Charging is slow.
The charging lamp blinks,
but the battery does not
charge.
Solution
• The battery is exhausted
exhausted:: Charge the battery ((P
P 11) or insert a fully-charged spare battery ((P
P 12).
• The battery is inserted incorrectly:
incorrectly: Reinsert in the correct orientation ((P
P 12).
• The battery-chamber cover is not latched
latched:: Latch the battery-chamber cover ((P
P 13).
The monitor may not turn on if the camera is turned off and then on again very quickly. Press the shutter button
halfway to activate the monitor.
• The battery is cold
cold:: Warm the battery by placing it in a pocket or other warm place and reinsert it in the camera
immediately before taking a picture.
• There is dirt on the battery terminals
terminals:: Clean the terminals with a soft, dry cloth.
• C is selected for focus mode:
mode: Select a different focus mode (P
(P 46).
• The battery has been charged many times
times:: The battery has reached the end of its charging life. Purchase a new
battery.
Select ENGLISH for L a ((P
P 88).
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Problems and Solutions
■ Shooting
Problem
No picture is taken when
the shutter button is
pressed.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Solution
P 12, 28).
Memory is full: Insert a new memory card or delete pictures ((P
P 92).
Memory is not formatted: Format the memory card or internal memory ((P
There is dirt on the memory card contacts
contacts:: Clean the contacts with a soft, dry cloth.
The memory card is damaged
damaged:: Insert a new memory card ((P
P 12).
The battery is exhausted
exhausted:: Charge the battery ((P
P 11) or insert a fully-charged spare battery ((P
P 12).
The camera has turned off automatically:
automatically: Turn the camera on (P
(P 16).
The indicator lamp was orange when you attempted to record a panorama:
panorama: Wait until the indicator lamps turns off
(P 3).
Mottling (“noise”) appears
in the monitor or
Gain is increased to aid composition when the subject is poorly lit and aperture is stopped down, which may result
electronic viewfinder
in noticeable mottling when images are previewed in the displays. Images taken with the camera are unaffected.
when the shutter button is
pressed halfway.
The display goes dark after
The display may darken while the flash charges. Wait for the flash to charge.
shooting.
• The subject is close to the camera
camera:: Select macro mode (P
(P 31).
The camera does not focus. • The subject is far away from the camera
camera:: Cancel macro mode ((P
P 31).
• The subject is not suited to autofocus
autofocus:: Use focus lock ((P
P 49) or manual focus (P
(P 46).
• The flash can not be used at current settings
settings:: See the list of the settings that can be used with the flash (P
(P 127).
• The flash is off (P): Choose a different flash mode (P 29).
The flash does not fire.
• The battery is exhausted
exhausted:: Charge the battery ((P
P 11) or insert a fully-charged spare battery ((P
P 12).
• The camera is in bracketing or continuous mode
mode:: Select single frame mode (P
(P 56, 58).
• The camera is in silent mode
mode:: Turn silent mode off (P
(P 5).
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Problems and Solutions
Problem
Solution
Some flash modes are not
The camera is in silent mode. Turn silent mode off (P
(P 5).
available.
• The subject is not in range of the flash
ash:: Position the subject in range of the flash ((P
P 121).
The flash does not fully
• The flash window is obstructed
obstructed:: Hold the camera correctly ((P
P 23).
light the subject.
• Shutter speed is faster than 1/2000 ss:: Choose a slower shutter speed ((P
P 30, 37, 39).
• The lens is dirty
dirty:: Clean the lens ((P
P ix).
• The lens is blocked
blocked:: Keep objects away from the lens.
Pictures are blurred.
• s is displayed during shooting and the focus frame is displayed in red:
red: Check focus before shooting ((P
P 24).
• k is displayed during shooting:
shooting: Use the flash or mount the camera on a tripod ((P
P 29).
• Shutter speed is slow and the ambient temperature is high:
high: This is normal and does not indicate a malfunction.
Pictures are mottled.
• The camera has been used continuously at high temperatures or a temperature warning is displayed
displayed:: Turn the camera off and wait for it to cool down.
■ Playback
Troubleshooting
Problem
Solution
Pictures are grainy.
The pictures were taken with a different make or model of camera.
Playback zoom is unavailThe pictures were created using O RESIZE or with a different make or model of camera.
able.
• Playback volume is too low:
low: Adjust playback volume (P
(P 86).
No sound in movie
• The microphone was obstructed
obstructed:: Hold the camera correctly during recording ((P
P 2, 32).
playback.
• The speaker is obstructed
obstructed:: Hold the camera correctly during playback ((P
P 2, 33).
• The camera is in silent mode
mode:: Turn silent mode off (P
(P 5).
Selected pictures are not Some of the pictures selected for deletion are protected. Remove protection using the device with which it was
deleted.
originally applied (P
(P 82).
File numbering is unexThe battery-chamber cover was opened while the camera was on. Turn the camera off before opening the batpectedly reset.
tery-chamber cover ((P
P 12, 16).
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Problems and Solutions
■ Connections/Miscellaneous
Problem
No picture or sound.
The computer does not
recognize the camera.
Can not transfer RAW or
JPEG files to computer.
Pictures can not be
printed.
Only one copy is printed/
the date is not printed.
The camera is unresponsive.
The camera does not function as expected.
No sound.
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Solution
• The camera is not properly connected:
connected: Connect the camera properly (P
(P 104).). Note that once the camera is connected, pictures will be displayed on the TV instead of in the camera monitor.
• Input on the television is set to “TV”:
“TV”: Set input to “HDMI”.
• The volume on the TV is too low:
low: Use the controls on the television to adjust the volume.
Be sure the camera and computer are correctly connected ((P
P 97).).
Use the bundled software to transfer pictures ((P
P 93).).
• The camera is not properly connected
connected:: Connect the camera correctly ((P
P 99).).
• The printer is off: Turn the printer on.
The printer is not PictBridge compatible.
• Temporary camera malfunction:
malfunction: Remove and reinsert the battery ((P
P 12, 14).
• The battery is exhausted
exhausted:: Charge the battery ((P
P 11) or insert a fully-charged spare battery ((P
P 12).
Remove and reinsert the battery ((P
P 12, 14). If the problem persists, contact your FUJIFILM dealer.
Turn silent mode off ((P
P 5).
Warning Messages and Displays
The following warnings appear in the display.
Warning
B (red)
A (blinks red)
k
s
(displayed in red with
red focus frame)
Aperture or shutter speed
displayed in red
FOCUS ERROR
TURN OFF THE CAMERA
AND TURN ON AGAIN
LENS CONTROL ERROR
BUSY
PROTECTED CARD
Camera malfunction. Turn the camera off and then on again. If the message persists, contact a FUJIFILM dealer.
The memory card is incorrectly formatted. Use the camera to format the card ((P
P 92).
• The memory card or internal memory is not formatted or the memory card has been formatted in a computer or other
device:: Format the memory card or internal memory using the K FORMAT option in the camera setup menu
device
(P 92).
• The memory card contacts require cleaning
cleaning:: Clean the contacts with a soft, dry cloth. If the message is repeated,
format the card (P
(P 92). If the message persists, replace the card.
• Camera malfunction:
malfunction: Contact a FUJIFILM dealer.
The memory card is locked. Unlock the card (P
(P 13).
Troubleshooting
CARD NOT INITIALIZED
Description
Low battery. Charge the battery ((P
P 11) or insert a fully-charged spare battery ((P
P 12).
Battery exhausted. Charge the battery ((P
P 11) or insert a fully-charged spare battery ((P
P 12).
Slow shutter speed. Pictures may be blurred; use the flash or a tripod.
The camera can not focus. Try one of the following solutions:
• Use focus lock to focus on another subject at the same distance, then recompose the picture ((P
P 49).
• Use macro mode to focus when taking close-ups ((P
P 31).
The subject is too bright or too dark and the picture will be over- or under-exposed. Use the flash for additional
lighting when taking photographs of poorly-lit subjects (P
(P 29).
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Warning Messages and Display
Warning
CARD ERROR
Description
• The memory card is not formatted for use in the camera
camera:: Format the card (P
(P 92).
• The memory card contacts require cleaning or the memory card is damaged
damaged:: Clean the contacts with a soft, dry
cloth. If the message is repeated, format the card (P
(P 92). If the message persists, replace the card.
• Incompatible memory card:
card: Use a compatible card ((P
P 15).
• Camera malfunction:
malfunction: Contact a FUJIFILM dealer.
b MEMORY FULL
The memory card or internal memory is full and pictures can not be recorded or copied. Delete pictures (P 28) or
a MEMORY FULL
INTERNAL MEMORY IS FULL insert a memory card with more free space (P 12).
INSERT A NEW CARD
No memory card inserted when E COPY is selected. Insert a memory card.
NO CARD
• Memory card error or connection error:
error: Reinsert the card or turn the camera off and then on again. If the message
persists, contact a FUJIFILM dealer.
• Not enough memory remaining to record additional pictures
pictures:: Delete pictures (P
(P 28) or insert a memory card with
WRITE ERROR
more free space ((P
P 12).
• The memory card or internal memory is not formatted
formatted:: Format the memory card or internal memory (P 92).
• The file is corrupt or was not created with the camera
camera:: The file can not be viewed.
• The memory card contacts require cleaning
cleaning:: Clean the contacts with a soft, dry cloth. If the message is repeated,
READ ERROR
format the card (P
(P 92). If the message persists, replace the card.
• Camera malfunction:
malfunction: Contact a FUJIFILM dealer.
The camera has run out of frame numbers (current frame number is 999-9999). Format the memory card and
select RENEW for B FRAME NO. Take a picture to reset frame numbering to 100-0001, then select CONTINUFRAME NO. FULL
OUS for B FRAME NO. ((P
P 89).
PRESS AND HOLD
An attempt was made to choose a flash mode or adjust the volume with the camera in silent mode. Exit silent
THE DISP BUTTON TO
mode before choosing a flash mode or adjusting the volume (P
(P 5).
DEACTIVATE SILENT MODE
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Warning Messages and Display
Warning
TOO MANY FRAMES
PROTECTED FRAME
CAN NOT CROP
m CANNOT EXECUTE
F CANNOT EXECUTE
CAN NOT ROTATE
F CAN NOT ROTATE
b NO IMAGE
a NO IMAGE
Description
• A search has returned more than 30,000 results:
results: Choose a search that returns fewer results.
• More than 999 images are selected for deletion
deletion:: Choose fewer images.
An attempt was made to delete or rotate to a protected picture. Remove protection and try again ((P
P 82).
The picture is damaged or was not created with the camera.
Red-eye removal can not be applied to pictures created with other devices.
Red-eye removal can not be applied to movies.
The selected picture can not be rotated.
Movies can not be rotated.
The source selected for E COPY contains no images. Select a different source.
The DPOF print order on the current memory card contains more than 999 images. Copy the pictures to a computer and create a new print order.
The picture can not be printed using DPOF.
CAN NOT SET DPOF
F CAN NOT SET DPOF Movies can not be printed using DPOF.
A connection error occurred while pictures were being printed or copied to a computer or other device. Confirm
COMMUNICATION ERROR
that the device is turned on and that the USB cable is connected.
Printer out of paper or ink, or other printer error. Check printer (see printer manual for details). To resume printing,
PRINTER ERROR
turn the printer off and then turn it back on.
Printer out of paper or ink, or other printer error. Check printer (see printer manual for details). If printing does not
PRINTER ERROR
resume automatically, press MENU/OK to resume.
RESUME?
An attempt was made to print a movie, a picture not created with the camera, or a picture in a format not supported by the printer. Movies, RAW images, and some pictures created with other devices can not be printed; if
CANNOT BE PRINTED
the picture is a still picture created with the camera, check the printer manual to confirm that the printer supports
the JFIF-JPEG or Exif-JPEG format. If it does not, the pictures can not be printed.
Turn the camera off and wait for it to cool. Mottling may increase in pictures taken when this warning is displayed.
p
DPOF FILE ERROR
Troubleshooting
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Appendix
Glossary
Exif Print: A standard for storing information with pictures for optimal color reproduction during printing.
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface): An interface standard for the transmission of images and sound that
adds audio input to the DVI interface used to connect computers to displays.
JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group): A compressed file format for color images. The higher the compression
rate, the greater the loss of information and more noticeable drop in quality when the picture is displayed.
MOV: A movie file format (extension “.mov”) developed by Apple, Inc., and viewed using QuickTime Player. This
format is popular on the Internet.
White balance: The human brain automatically adapts to changes in the color of light, with the result that objects
that appear white under one light source still appear white when the color of the light source changes. Digital
cameras can mimic this adjustment by processing images according to the color of the light source. This process
is known as “white balance.”
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Memory Card Capacity
The following table shows the recording time or number of pictures available at different image sizes.
All figures are approximate; file size varies with the scene recorded, producing wide variations in the
number of files that can be stored. The number of exposures or length remaining may not diminish at
an even rate. A limited number of test pictures can be taken when no memory card is inserted.
4 GB
Capacity
O
8 GB
T FINE
1210
1420
1800
1910
2260
2850
3570
4200
5320
T NORMAL
1910
2260
2810
3740
4430
5440
6840
7990
9980
O3:2
O 16 : 9
O1:1
P3:2
P 16 : 9
P1:1
Q3:2
Q 16 : 9
Q1:1
RAW
120
230
Movies *
T NORMAL
960
1130
1410
1880
2230
2740
3440
4020
5020
Photographs
T FINE
600
710
900
960
1130
1430
1790
2110
2670
i 1920×1080 (60 fps)/
i 1920×1080 (30 fps)
13 min.
26 min.
* Use a H card or better. Individual movies can not exceed 10 minutes in length.
Appendix
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Specifications
System
Model
Effective pixels
Image sensor
Storage media
File system
File format
Image size
Lens
Focal length
Maximum aperture
Aperture
Focus range
(distance from front of lens)
Sensitivity
Metering
Exposure control
Exposure compensation
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FUJIFILM X100S digital camera
16.3 million
23.6 × 15.6 mm (APS-C), X-Trans CMOS II sensor with square pixels and primary color filter
• Internal memory (approx. 24 MB)
• SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards
Compliant with Design Rule for Camera File System (DCF)
(DCF),, Exif 2.3, and Digital Print Order Format (DPOF)
• Still pictures:
pictures: Exif 2.3 JPEG (compressed)
(compressed);; RAW (original RAF format, special-purpose software required)
required);; RAW+JPG available
• Movies
Movies:: H.264 standard with linear PCM stereo sound (MOV)
• O 3 : 2:
2: 4,896 × 3,264
• O 16 : 9:
9: 4,896 × 2,760
• O 1 : 1:
1: 3,264 × 3,264
• P 3 : 2:
2: 3,456 × 2,304
• P 16 : 9:
9: 3,456 × 1,944
• P 1 : 1:
1: 2,304 × 2,304
• Q 3 : 2:
2: 2,496 × 1,664
• Q 16 : 9:
9: 2,496 × 1,408
• Q 1 : 1:
1: 1,664 × 1,664
• 180 panorama:
panorama: 2,160 × 9,600 (vertical) / 9,600 × 1,440 (horizontal)
• 120 panorama:
panorama: 2,160 × 6,440 (vertical) / 6,400 × 1,440 (horizontal)
FUJINON fixed focal length lens
f=23 mm (35 mm format equivalent: 35 mm)
F2.0
F2.0 – F16 in steps of / EV (9-blade diaphragm)
Approx. 50 cm (2.6 ft.)
ft.)–∞
–∞
• Macro (F) mode:
mode: Approx. 10 cm (3.9 in.) – 2.0 m (6.6 ft.)
Standard output sensitivity equivalent to ISO 200 – 6400 in increments of / EV; AUTO (400), AUTO (800),
AUTO (1600), AUTO (3200), AUTO (6400); extended output sensitivity equivalent to ISO 100, 12800, or 25600
256-segment throughhrough-tthehe-llens (TTL) metering; MULTI, SPOT, AVERAGE
Programmed AE (with program shift)
shift);; shutter-priority AE; aperture-priority AE; manual exposure
–2 EV – +2 EV in increments of / EV
Specifications
System
Shutter speed
(mechanical shutter)
Continuous
Focus
White balance
Self-timer
Flash
Mode
Hot shoe
Hybrid viewfinder
LCD monitor
Movies
• P mode
mode:: / sec. to / sec.
• Time
Time:: 30 sec. to / sec.
• Bulb
Bulb:: Max. 60 min.
• All other modes:
modes: 60 min. to / sec.
Choose from frame rates of 3.0 or 6.0 fps (JPEG); max. number of frames is respectively about 44 and 31
• Mode
Mode:: Single or continuous AF; manual focus with focus ring
• Focus-area selection
selection:: Multi, area with focus area size selection and choice of 49 (7 × 7) frames (electronic viewfinder and LCD monitor) or 25 (5 × 5) frames (optical viewfinder)
• Autofocus system:
system: Intelligent hybrid AF (TTL contrast-detect/phase-detection AF) with AF-assist illuminator
Custom, color temperature selection, auto, direct sunlight, shade, daylight fluorescent, warm white fluorescent,
cool white fluorescent, incandescent, underwater
Off, 2 sec., 10 sec.
• Type
Type:: Auto flash
• Guide number:
number: Approx. 4.6/15 (ISO 100, m/ft.)
Auto, fill flash, off, slow sync, commander
commander,, external flash (red-eye removal off );); auto with red-eye removal, fill flash with
red-eye removal,
removal, off, slow
slow sync with red-eye removal, commander
commander,, external flash (red-eye removal on)
Accessory shoe with TTL contacts
• Optical viewfinder
nder:: Reverse Galilean viewfinder with electronic bright frame display and approx. 0.5 × magnifications; frame coverage approx. 90%
• Electronic viewfinder
nder:: 0.48-in., 2,360k-dot color LCD viewfinder; diopter adjustment –2 – +1 m–1 (dpt); eye point
approx. 15 mm; frame coverage approx. 100%
2.8-in/7.1 cm., 460k-dot color LCD monitor; frame coverage approx. 100%
i 1920 × 1080:
1080: 1080p; 60 fps/30 fps; stereo sound; maximum length 10 minutes
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Specifications
Input/output terminals
HDMI output
HDMI mini connector
Digital input/output
USB 2.0 High-Speed
Power supply/other
Power supply
NP-95 rechargeable battery
Battery life (approximate
Battery type
Approximate number of frames
number of frames that can
NP-95 (type supplied with camera)
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be taken with a fully-charged
CIPA
standard,
measured
using
battery
supplied
with
camera
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SD
memory
card.
battery)
Note:: Number of shots that can be taken with battery varies with battery charge level and will decline at low
Note
temperatures.
Camera size (W × H × D) 126.5 mm × 74.4 mm × 53.9 (31.0*) mm / 5.0 in. × 2.9 in. × 2.1 (1.2*) in.
* Excluding projecting parts, measured at the thinnest part
Camera weight
Approx. 405 g / 14.3 oz., excluding battery, accessories, and memory card
Shooting weight
Approx. 445 g / 15.7 oz., including battery and memory card
Operating conditions
• Temperature
Temperature:: 0 °C to +40 °C / +32 °F to +104 °F
• Humidity
Humidity:: 10% – 80% (no condensation)
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Specifications
NP-95 rechargeable battery
Nominal voltage
DC 3.6 V
Nominal capacity
1,800 mAh
Operating temperature 0 °C to +40 °C/+32 °F to +104 °F
Dimensions (W × H × D) 35.2 mm × 49.5 mm × 10.8 mm / 1.3 in. × 1.9 in. × 0.4 in.
Weight
Approx. 39 g / 1.3 oz.
BC-65N battery charger
Rated input
Input capacity
Rated output
Supported batteries
Charging time
Operating temperature
Dimensions (W × H × D)
Weight
100 V – 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
15 VA
4.2 V DC, 650 mA
NP-95 rechargeable batteries
Approx. 210 minutes (+20 °C/+68 °F)
0 °C to +40 °C/+32 °F to +104 °F
65 mm × 25.3 mm × 80 mm/2.5 in. × 0.9 in. × 3.1 in., excluding projections
Approx. 59 g/2.0 oz., excluding battery
Weight and dimensions vary with the country or region of sale. Labels, menus, and other displays may differ from those on the
actual camera.
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Specifications
■ Notices
• Specifications subject to change without notice; for the latest information, visit http://www.fujifilm.com/products/
digital_cameras/index.html. FUJIFILM shall not be held liable for damages resulting from errors in this manual.
• Although the viewfinder and LCD monitor are manufactured using advanced high-precision technology, small
bright points and anomalous colors may appear, particularly in the vicinity of text. This is normal for this type of
LCD display and does not indicate a malfunction; images recorded with the camera are unaffected.
• Digital cameras may malfunction when exposed to strong radio interference (e.g., electric fields, static electricity,
or line noise).
• Due to the type of lens used, some distortion may occur at the periphery of images. This is normal.
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Restrictions on Camera Settings
The options available in each shooting mode are listed below.
Option
OFF
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F
6.0 fps
I (continuous)
3.0 fps
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DRIVE
W
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X
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p
q
AF-C
Focus mode
AF-S
MF
Exposure compensation
WB WHITE BALANCE
B SELF-TIMER
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H (25600)
H (12800)
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5000
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L (100)
AUTO (6400)
AUTO (3200)
AUTO (1600)
AUTO (800)
AUTO (400)
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Option
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T IMAGE
QUALITY
U DYNAMIC
RANGE
P FILM
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t ND FILTER
f COLOR
q SHARPNESS
r HIGHLIGHT TONE
s SHADOW TONE
h NOISE REDUCTION
K LONG EXPOSURE NR
u SELECT CUSTOM SETTING
K EDIT/SAVE CUSTOM SETTING
F Fn BUTTON
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Option
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M nrF
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c FRAMING GUIDLINE
Y WIDE CONVERSION LENS
c MF ASSIST
d ADVANCED FILTER
s
F AF MODE
t
C AF ILLUMINATOR
k AE/AF-LOCK MODE
v AE/AF-LOCK BUTTON
G CORRECTED AF FRAME
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D
C
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p FLASH MODE
FRAMING
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ELECTRONIC
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AF DISTANCE
INDICATOR
MF DISTANCE
INDICATOR
HISTOGRAM
APERTURE/
S-SPEED/ISO
v DISP. CUSTOM
EXP.
SETTING
COMPENSATION
PHOTOMETRY
FLASH
WHITE BALANCE
FILM SIMULATION
DYNAMIC RANGE
FRAMES
REMAINING
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QUALITY
BATTERY LEVEL
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Restrictions on Camera Settings
Option
I FLASH
B RED EYE REMOVAL
n SAVE ORG IMAGE
I FOCUS RING
j FOCUS CHECK
Z POWER MANAGEMENT
J COLOR SPACE
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OFF..
Fixed at o (multi).
Fixed at Q.
Center focus area selected automatically.
Options available vary with shooting mode.
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