Specifications | FujiFilm 1400 Zoom Digital Camera User Manual

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DIGITAL CAMERA FUJIFILM FinePix1400 ZOOM
Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd.
26-30, Nishiazabu 2-chome, Minato-ku,
Tokyo 106-8620, Japan
is in conformity with the following Standards
Safety : EN60950
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Place
Please read the Safety Notes (➡P.85)
and make sure you understand them
before using the camera.
February 1,2000
Date
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Bij dit produkt zijn batterijen geleverd. Wanneer deze leeg zijn, moet u ze niet
weggooien maar inleveren als KCA
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Contents
Warning ........................................................... 2
EC Declaration of Conformity ........................ 3
Preface ............................................................ 6
Camera Features and Accessories ............... 7
Nomenclature.................................................. 8
1 Getting Ready
ATTACHING THE STRAP................................... 11
SELECTING THE POWER SUPPLY ................. 12
● Using Batteries ................................................ 12
● Using the AC Power Adapter ......................... 13
LOADING AND REMOVING THE SmartMediaTM ...... 14
● SmartMediaTM .................................................. 14
● Loding the SmartMediaTM................................ 14
● Removing the SmartMediaTM .......................... 15
SWITCHING ON AND OFF................................. 16
SETTING THE DATE AND TIME ....................... 17
2 Basic Photography
4
E TAKING PICTURES ..................................... 19
E USING AF/AE LOCK .................................... 25
E FRAMING GUIDELINE FUNCTION ............ 27
D VIEWING YOUR IMAGES (PLAYBACK) .... 29
D PLAYBACK ZOOM ....................................... 30
D MULTI-FRAME PLAYBACK......................... 31
D➡nERASING SINGLE FRAME.................. 32
3 Advanced Features
e USING THE FLASH ...................................... 34
Auto Flash ...................................................... 34
o Red-Eye Reduction ................................ 35
e Forced Flash ........................................... 35
p Suppressed Flash .................................. 36
m Night Scenes (Slow Synchro) ................ 36
i MACRO (CLOSE-UP) PHOTOGRAPHY.... 37
E USING THE DIGITAL TELEPHOTO ........... 38
B SELF-TIMER PHOTOGRAPHY .................. 39
CMANUAL MODE ........................................... 41
G Setting the Brightness
(Exposure compensation) ...................... 42
a Setting the White Balance...................... 43
4 Advanced Features Playback
D ADVANCED PLAYBACK ............................. 45
ADJUSTING THE LCD MONITOR
BRIGHTNESS ...................................................... 67
PLAYBACK MENU
n ERASING SINGLE • ALL FRAMES/FORMATTING ... 46
hSETTING AND REMOVING
SINGLE-FRAME PROTECTION ................. 48
hSETTING AND REMOVING
PROTECTION FOR ALL FRAMES ............. 50
j RESIZE ........................................................... 52
R HOW TO SPECIFY PRINT OPTIONS ........ 54
R DPOF DATE SETTING ................................ 55
R DPOF SET FRAME ...................................... 56
R DPOF TRIMMING ......................................... 58
R DPOF REVIEW/CANCEL ............................ 60
R DPOF SET ALL /CANCEL ALL .................... 61
5 Settings
SETUP MODE ...................................................... 63
SETTING THE IMAGE QUALITY/FILE SIZE .... 65
FRAME NO. MEMORY........................................ 66
System Expansion Options ..........................68
Using the USB Interface Set ....................... 69
Accessories Guide ........................................71
Notes on Using Your Camera Correctly ..... 73
Notes on the Power Supply ......................... 74
● Applicable Batteries................................ 74
● Notes on the Batteries............................ 74
● Notes on Using the AC Power Adapter ... 75
Notes on the SmartMediaTM ......................... 76
Warning Displays ......................................... 78
Troubleshooting............................................ 80
Specifications................................................ 82
Explanation of Terms ................................... 84
Safety Notes ................................................. 85
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Preface
■ Test Shots Prior to Photography
For particularly important photographs (such as weddings
and overseas trips), always take a test photograph to check
that the camera is functioning normally.
● Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd cannot accept liability for any
incidental losses (such as the costs of photography or the
loss of income from photography) incurred as a result of
faults with this product.
■ Notes on Copyright
Images recorded using your digital camera system cannot
be used in ways that infringe copyright laws without the
consent of the owner, unless intended only for personal
use. Note that some restrictions apply to the photographing
of stage performances, entertainments and exhibits, even
when intended purely for personal use. Users are also
asked to note that the transfer of memory cards containing
images or data protected under copyright laws is only
permissible within the restrictions imposed by those
copyright laws.
■ Liquid Crystal
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If the LCD monitor or LCD panel is damaged, take particular
care with the liquid crystal in the monitor or panel. If any of
the following situations arise, take the urgent action
indicated.
● If liquid crystal comes in contact with your skin
Wipe the area with a cloth and then wash thoroughly with
running water and soap.
● If liquid crystal gets into your eye
Flush the affected eye with clean water for at least
Camera Features and Accessories
15minutes and then seek medical assistance.
liquid crystal is swallowed
Flush your mouth thoroughly with water. Drink large
quantities of water and induce vomiting. Then seek
medical assistance.
● If
■ Notes on Electrical Interference
Do not use this device in aircraft or hospitals. The use of
this device in an aircraft or hospital can cause malfunctions
in the control devices used in the aircraft or hospital.
■ Handling Your Digital Camera
This camera contains precision electronic components. To
ensure that images are recorded correctly, do not subject
the camera to impacts or shocks while an image is being
recorded.
■ Trademark Information
● IBM
PC/AT is a registered trademark of International
Business Machines Corp. of the USA.
● iMac and Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.
● MS-DOS and Windows are registered trademarks of the
Microsoft Corporation of the U.S. registered in the USA
and other countries.
Windows is an abbreviated term referring to the Microsoft
Windows Operating System.
● SmartMedia is a trademark of Toshiba Corporation.
● Other company or product names are trademarks or
registered trademarks of the respective companies.
Features
● High-quality
images from the 1.31-million-pixel CCD and
high-resolution Fujinon lens
● Records images at resolutions of up to 1280 ✕ 960 pixels
● Compact, lightweight body
● 1.6-inch color LCD monitor
● Wide-angle field of view with Macro
● Built-in automatic flash with precise wide-range flash
control
● Manual photography mode that allows for further
flexibility.
● Digital 2 ✕ zoom photography function and 4 ✕ playback
zoom
● Simple operation using the mode switch and easy-to-use
direction buttons (“dc” “ab ”)
● Framing Guideline Function makes it easy to compose
professional-looking shots.
● Date and time recording/playback function
● Compatible with 3.3V, 2MB to 64MB SmartMedia
● USB connection for quick and easy image data
transmission (provided as an optional accessory).
● Conforms to the new standard for digital camera file
system ✽
✽ Design rule for Camera File system
● Support for DPOF ✽ simplifies print ordering
✽ DPOF stands for “Digital Print Order Format”
Accessories
● LR6 AA-size alkaline
● Hand Strap (1)
batteries (4)
● SmartMedia
(4MB, 3.3V) (1)
Supplied with:
• Anti-static case (1)
• Index label (1)
● Interface Set (1)
• CD-ROM (1)
• USB Cable (1)
• Quick Start Guide (1)
• Noise Suppression core (1)
● Owner’s Manual
(this manual) (1)
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Nomenclature
✽
Refer to the pages in parentheses for information on using the camera features.
Mode Switch
E (Photography) Mode
Power OFF
Playback mode (P.29)
Select this setting for photography and camera setup.
Photography mode
(P.19, 63)
playback as well as normal single-frame playback. This
mode can also be used to erase frames, format
SmartMedia, resize or protect images and specify DPOF
settings.
D (Playback) Mode
T his mode allows playback zoom and multi-frame
e (Flash) button (P.34)
DISP button (P.19)
Viewfinder lamp
(P.16)
Viewfinder
Shutter button
(P.22)
Viewfinder window
LCD monitor
(P.19, 25)
CANCEL/BACK button
MENU/EXE button
“dc” Button
Strap mount
(P.11)
“ab” Button
Flash (P.34)
Self-timer lamp
(P.40)
Flash control sensor
Lens cover
(P.19)
Tripod mount
Digital (USB) socket
(P.69)
Lens
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DC IN 5V
(Power input) socket (P.13)
Battery cover (P.12)
Slot cover (P.14)
SmartMedia slot
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1 Getting Ready
Nomenclature
ATTACHING THE STRAP
Example of LCD Monitor Text Display : Shooting
Standby (ready to shoot)
Mode
Flash mode setting
Camera shake warning
Zoom bar
T:Wide-angle W:Telephoto
Brightness (EV)
Standard no. of shots
available
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2
QUALITY (image quality)
FILE SIZE (number of pixels)
Macro
AF frame
Battery low warning
White Balance
Pass the loop of thin cord on the end of the strap
through the strap mount.
Then pass the other end of the strap through the
loop of thin cord and pull the strap tight.
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Example of LCD Monitor Text Display : Playback
Playback mode
Playback zoom scale
Playback frame
advance indicator
Playback framenumber
Protection
DPOF setting
Battery low warning
10
Date
Time
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SELECTING THE POWER SUPPLY
Using Batteries
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2
➀
Using the AC Power Adapter
Use 4 AA-size alkaline, Ni-MH or Ni-Cd batteries.
Do not use different types of batteries together.
■ Number of available shots (with fully charged batteries)
The table below provides a guide to the number of shots that
can be taken at normal temperature with 50% flash use.
Note that these figures may vary depending on the camera’s
ambient temperature and the level of battery charge.
Battery type
With LCD monitor With LCD monitor
ON
OFF
Alkaline batteries
Approx.180 frames Approx.450 frames
Ni-MH battery
HR-3UF
Ni-Cd battery
KR-3UF
Approx.180 frames ✽ Approx.450 frames ✽
➁
➀Install the batteries with the correct polarity as
Approx.120 frames ✽ Approx.350 frames ✽
shown.
➁Close the battery cover as indicated by the
arrow.
✽ With fully charged battery
◆ Important Battery Information ◆
● Because different brands of alkaline batteries have
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different capacities, the life of some batteries (the length
of time for which they can be used) may be considerably
shorter than that of the alkaline batteries supplied with
this camera.
● It is a characteristic of alkaline batteries in particular that
the life of the battery is shorter at low temperatures
(+10°C or below).
● Do not use lithium or manganese batteries in your
FinePix1400 ZOOM because the heat generated by the
batteries could damage the camera.
DC IN 5V socket
Slide the battery cover in the direction of the
arrow and open the cover.
! Do not use new and used batteries together.
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! Always switch the camera off when replacing
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the
batteries. If the camera is left on, the camera
settings may revert to the factory default settings.
! Install replacement batteries within 5 minutes, since
●
the camera settings are only retained for 5 minutes
once the batteries are removed.
! The Quick Battery Charger (sold separately) is needed
●
to recharge AA-size Ni-MH or Ni-Cd batteries (➡P.71).
◆ When opening and closing the battery cover ◆
Do not use excessive force on the battery
cover.
● Take care not to drop the batteries when you
open or close the battery cover.
●
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To shoot or play back images without depleting
the battery charge, use the special AC Power
Adapter AC-5V (sold separately).
Check that the camera is switched off and then
plug the AC power adapter connector into the
“DC IN 5V socket” on the camera. Then plug the
AC power adapter into the power outlet.
! You cannot charge the batteries by connecting the
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AC power adapter.
! The shapes of the plug and socket-outlet depends
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on the country of use.
AC power adapters other than the AC-5V
could damage the camera.
! See P.75 for more information on the AC power adapter.
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! Using
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LOADING AND REMOVING THE SmartMedia™
SmartMediaTM
Loding the SmartMediaTM
■ Only use 3.3V SmartMedia.
MG-4S (4MB), MG-8S (8MB), MG-16S (16MB),
MG-32S (32MB), MG-64S (64MB)
! If
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images are shot in 640 ✕ 480 pixel mode, it is
sometimes possible to record more than 1,000
frames on a 64MB SmartMedia. However, this
camera will only be able to play back and specify
DPOF settings for 1,000 frames, starting from the
highest frame number.
Erasing playback frames allows you to play back
subsequent frames you could not previously view.
Either limit your recorded frames to 1,000 or erase
your unwanted images until there are 1,000 or fewer
frames remaining on the SmartMedia.
Note that formatting the SmartMedia erases the
images in all the frames.
! Images cannot be recorded or erased if a write●
protect sticker is affixed to the SmartMedia.
! Operation of this camera is only guaranteed when it
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is used with Fujifilm SmartMedia.
! Some 3.3V SmartMedia are labelled as “3V ” cards.
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➀
Removing the SmartMediaTM
➂
1
➁
2
➀
➁
Grip the SmartMedia and pull it out.
➀Check that the camera is switched off and then open
the slot cover in the direction of the arrow.
➁Push the SmartMedia firmly into the SmartMedia slot
as far as it will go.
➂Close the slot cover.
➀Check
that the viewfinder lamp is lit green
before you switch the camera off. (Set the
Mode switch to OFF.)
➁Open the slot cover in the direction of the arrow.
! If you open the slot cover while the camera is switched
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on, the camera is automatically switched off to protect
the SmartMedia.
! The SmartMedia will not slide fully into the slot if it is
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inserted facing the wrong way. Be careful not to apply
undue force to the SmartMedia.
! Always switch the camera off before opening the slot
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cover. Opening the slot cover while the camera is on
can corrupt the image data on the SmartMedia card
or damage the card itself.
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! To
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protect the SmartMedia, always store it in the
special anti-static case.
! See P.76 for more information on SmartMedia.
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◆ Printing Images and Downloading
Images to a Personal Computer ◆
See P.54, 68 for information on printing your
images.
● See P.68 to 70 for information on downloading
your images to a personal computer.
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SWITCHING ON AND OFF
1
SETTING THE DATE AND TIME
2
1
Blank
➀
➁➃➄
2
➀
➁
Flashing
On
To switch the camera on, move the Mode switch
from OFF to “E” or “ D”. When you switch the
camera on, the green viewfinder lamp lights.
To switch the camera off, set the Mode switch to
OFF. If the date and time settings have been
cleared, a confirmation screen appears. To set
the date and time, use the “d or c” button to
select “SET” and then press the “MENU/EXE”
button (➡P.18).
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! If the “H” message appears on the LCD
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monitor, open the lens cover (➡P.19).
With the LCD monitor on, you can check the
remaining charge in the battery.
➀Battery has ample charge.(No indicator
displayed.)
➁Battery charge low. Replace or recharge the
battery as it will run out shortly.
➂The battery is exhausted. The display will
shortly go blank and the camera will stop
working. Replace or recharge the battery.
◆Auto Power Off Function◆
If the camera is left switched on for two minutes or
more, the Auto Power Off function automatically
switches the camera off. To switch the camera back
on, set the Mode switch to OFF and then set it back to
“E” to take pictures or “D” to view images. Holding
down the “MENU/EXE” button as you switch the
camera on disables the Auto Power Off function.
! If
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the date and time shown on the LCD monitor
blinks, set them (next page)
! If the battery charge is depleted, you may not be
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able to switch the LCD monitor on.
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If the date and time settings are cleared when
you switch the camera on, a confirmation screen
appears. If you chose to reset the date and time,
proceed from step 3 .
➀Check that the lens cover is open (➡P.19) and
then set the Mode switch to “E”.
➁When you press the “MENU/EXE” button.
➂the menu screen appears.
➃Use the “d” and “c” buttons to select MODE and
then use the “ab” button to select “SET-UP”.
➄press the “MENU/EXE” button.
➀Use
the “ab” button to select “DATE/ TIME”,
and
➁press the “MENU/EXE” button.
! If
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you take the batteries out of the camera for 5
minutes or more, or remove the batteries during
setup, the camera settings may all revert to the
factory default values.
! See P.63 for more information on the SET-UP menu.
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Photography
2 Basic
SETTING THE DATE AND TIME
3
➀
➁
4
➀
➁
To exit the “SET-UP” screen,
➀Use the “ab” button to select “BACK”, and
➁press the “MENU/EXE” button.
! The date display in Photography mode disappears
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about 3 seconds after you switch the camera on or
take a picture.
! After the camera has exited the “SET-UP” screen,
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the LCD monitor switches off.
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E TAKING PICTURES
➀
2
➁
2
◆ DATE TYPE ◆
➀Use the “ab” button to select the desired item
and then use the “ d ” and “ c ” buttons to
correct the setting.
➁When you have completed the settings, press
the “MENU/EXE” button.
! You cannot set seconds.
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! When the time displayed
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passes “12:00:00”, the
AM/PM setting automatically switches.
! To set the time precisely, press the “MENU/ EXE”
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button when the time is at zero seconds.
Press “d ” and “c ” on the 4-way button to
select the display format of the date shown
on the LCD monitor.
MM/ DD/ YYYY : Month/ Day/ Year
DD. MM. YYYY : Day. Month. Year
YYYY. MM. DD : Year. Month. Day
➀Slide the lens cover sideways until it stops.
➁When you set the Mode switch to “E ”, the
lens extends.
To take pictures using the viewfinder (excluding
Macro Photography), To use the LCD monitor
to take photographs, press the “DISP” button to
switch the LCD monitor on (See P.27).
! If
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the “H ” warning appears on the LCD
monitor, the lens cover is not fully open. Slide the
cover all the way open until it stops.
Loop the strap over your wrist, brace your elbows
against your body and grip the camera firmly in both
hands. When you are holding the camera on its
side, hold it so that the shutter button is at the top.
! Take
●
care not to place your fingers over the lens
when it extends or during shooting as this can cause
a camera fault.
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E TAKING PICTURES
3
4
5
6
AF Frame
Finder
Ensure that your fingers or the camera strap do
not obscure the lens, flash, or flash control
sensor.
To zoom in on the subject (TELE k), press the
“ a ” side of the “ a b ” button. To zoom out
(WIDE l ), press the “ b ” side of the “ a b ”
button. A “zoom bar” is displayed on the LCD
monitor.
The optical zoom operates within this range.
AF Frame
When you are using the viewfinder to take a
picture at a distance of 0.8 to 1.5 meters (2.6 to
4.8ft), only the shaded area in the figure is
photographed.
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LCD Monitor
● Flash
range
Wide-angle : 0.2m to 3.5m (2.6ft-11.5ft)
Telephoto : 0.8m to 3.5m (7.9in-11.5ft)
! Check that the lens clean. If it is dirty, clean the lens
●
as described on P.73.
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! The image will be blurred if the camera moves when
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you take the picture (camera shake).
! The zoom bar display goes off after 3 seconds.
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! The lens on the FinePix1400 ZOOM is a 3 ✕ zoom
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lens with a focal range equivalent to 38-114mm on a
35mm camera.
Using the viewfinder or LCD monitor, frame your
shot so that the subject fills the entire AF (Auto
Focus) frame.
! If the subject is not in the AF frame, use AF/AE lock
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to take the picture (➡P.25).
! In dimly lit scenes where the subject is difficult to see
●
using the LCD monitor, use the viewfinder to take
the picture.
! Shooting using LCD monitor is recommended when
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you want to do accurate adjustment of the range to
be shot.
! When the shot is taken, the date displayed on the
●
LCD monitor disappears for roughly 3 seconds. The
date cannot be displayed continuously.
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E TAKING PICTURES
7
8
◆ Viewfinder Lamp Display
Color
Status
Lit
Green
Flashing
Lit
To take the picture, press the shutter button
down fully without lifting your finger off it. The
camera beeps and takes the picture, and the
data is then recorded.
Press the shutter button down halfway. Image
focusing is complete when “/ ” appears on
the LCD monitor or the viewfinder lamp glows green.
! The camera will not focus at distances of 80 cm or
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less even when “/ ” is displayed. In this
situation, take the picture in “i” Macro Photography
(➡P.37).
! If it is too dark for the camera to focus, move at least
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1.5 m (4.8 ft.) away from your subject before taking
the picture.
Orange
Meaning
Ready to shoot
AF/AE operating
shake/AF warning.
or
camera
Image being recorded onto the
SmartMedia.
Flashing Flash charging
The lens cover is not fully open.
SmartMedia warning
No
SmartMedia
loaded,
SmartMedia not formatted,
incorrect format, write-protect
sticker used, SmartMedia full,
Flashing
SmartMedia error.
● Lens Oparation error
✽ When the LCD monitor is
switched on, details of the
warning are displayed on the
monitor (➡P.78).
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! While
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the image data is being recorded, the
viewfinder indicator turns orange and you cannot
take pictures. Do not switch the camera off or open
the battery cover or slot cover during data recording.
! The viewfinder lamp flashes orange while the flash is
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charging.
! Because the amount of image data recorded is not
●
fixed and varies depending on the subject (level of
image detail, etc.), the number of available shots
may not decrease after the image is recorded, or
may decrease by 2.
! See P.78 for information on the warning displays.
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◆ Subjects Not Suitable for Autofocus◆
Red
Though the FinePix1400 ZOOM uses an
accurate autofocus mechanism, it may
have difficulty focusing or not be able to
focus at all for the types of subject and
situation listed below. In such cases, the
image may be out of focus.
● Very
shiny subjects such as a mirror or
car bodies.
● Subjects photographed through glass.
● Subjects that do not reflect well, such as
hair or fur.
● Subjects with no substance, such as
smoke or flames.
● When the subject is distant and dark.
● When there is very little contrast between
the subject and the background (such as
white walls or subjects dressed in the
same color as the background).
● When there are objects in front of or
behind the subject (such as an animal in a
cage or a person in front of a tree).
● Subjects moving at high speed.
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E USING AF/AE LOCK
E TAKING PICTURES
The number of available shots is displayed on
the LCD monitor in the location shown in the
figure at left.
Number of available frames
1
2
! See
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P.65 for information on changing the Quality
and File Size settings.
! At shipment, the default settings are NORMAL (for
●
Quality) and 1280 ✕ 960 (for File Size).
! The FinePix1400 ZOOM can play back up to 1,000
●
image frames. Do not record more than 1,000
images on one SmartMedia. (See P.14 for details.)
■Standard number of shots per SmartMedia : The number of shots that can be recorded onto a SmartMedia
card varies slightly depending on the type of subject. Also, the difference between the standard number of shots and
the actual number of available shots increases for SmartMedia with a higher capacity.
1280 ✕ 960
Pixel
Quality Mode
Compression Ratio
Image Data Size
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In a picture of this type, the subjects (people in
this case) are outside the AF frame.
If you take the picture at this point, the subjects
will not be in focus.
Move the camera slightly so that only one of the
subjects are shown in the AF frame.
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640 ✕ 480
FINE
NORMAL
BASIC
FINE
NORMAL
BASIC
Approx.1/4
Approx.1/8
Approx.1/16
Approx.1/4
Approx.1/8
Approx.1/16
Approx.610KB Approx.310KB Approx.160KB Approx.160KB Approx.90KB
Approx.50KB
4MB (MG-4S)
6
12
23
23
44
69
8MB (MG-8S)
12
24
46
46
89
141
16MB (MG-16S)
25
49
89
89
163
246
32MB (MG-32S)
50
99
180
180
330
496
64MB (MG-64S)
101
198
361
361
663
995
◆ AF/AE Lock ◆
On the FinePix1400 ZOOM, when you press the shutter button down half way, the focus and
exposure settings are fixed (AF/AE lock). If you want to focus on a subject that is off to one side of
the image or if you want to set the exposure before you compose the final shot, lock the AF and AE
settings and then compose and shoot your picture to get the best results.
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E FRAMING GUIDELINE FUNCTION
E USING AF/AE LOCK
3
4
1
2
2
Press the shutter button down half way (AF/AE
lock) and check that “/” is displayed on
the LCD monitor (or that the green viewfinder
lamp stops flashing and remains lit).
With the shutter button still held down halfway
(AF/AE lock), move the camera back to the
original image and press the shutter button
down fully.
In Auto mode, the LCD monitor display changes
each time you press the “DISP” button. Press
the “DISP” button to display the “Framing
Guideline”.
Use the “d” and “c” buttons to select one of the
three framing guidelines. The framing guideline
help you to compose your shot when you are
taking pictures using the LCD monitor.
! You can use AF/AE lock as many times as you like
●
before you release the shutter.
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! AF/AE lock is available in all photography modes so
●
you can get perfect results for every shot.
! The framing guideline is not recorded on the image.
●
! In portrait photography, use Macro mode for subjects
●
that are 80 cms or less from the camera (➡P.37).
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D VIEWING YOUR IMAGES (PLAYBACK)
E FRAMING GUIDELINE FUNCTION
Scene
Group Shot
Use this frame when you want
to position your main subject in
center of the frame or when you
want to align your shot with the
horizon.
This is the most effective frame
for monitoring the size and
balance of your subject when
the shot involves motion.
Use this frame when you are
shooting groups of 2 or more
people.
By composing the shot so that
your subjects are as large as
possible within the frame, the
photograph will clearly show
their facial expressions.
Portrait
(Vertical shot frame)
Use this frame for basic portrait
photography.
Fit the subject's face into one of
the 3 frames to shoot a close-up
portrait (large frame), a head and
shoulders shot (middle frame), or
a half-body shot (small frame).
1
2
Set the Mode switch to “D”.
! When
●
the Mode switch is set to “ D ”, the
photographed image is displayed after you take the
shot.
! When you close the lens cover, the lens
●
automatically retracts. If you close the lens cover
when the Mode swotch is set to “D ”, the screen
display may go blank for a moment.
! If image on the LCD monitor is difficult to see, adjust
●
the LCD monitor brightness (➡P.67).
◆ Images
That Can be Viewed on the
FinePix1400 ZOOM◆
! The lines in the scene frame roughly divide the
●
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recorded pixels into three equal parts horizontally
and vertically. When the image is printed, the
resulting print may be shifted slightly from the
scene frame.
◆ IMPORTANT ◆
Always use AF/AE lock to compose your shot.
If you do not use AF/AE lock, your subject may be
out of focus.
You can use this camera to view images
recorded on a FinePix1400 ZOOM or images
recorded onto a 3.3V SmartMedia using a Fujifilm
MX series and DX series digital camera (You
cannot use this camera to view video images).
Scene
Group shot
Portrait
2
Use the “c” button to view the next frame, and
the “d” button to view the previous frame.
The LCD monitor display changes each time you
press the “DISP” button.
! If you hold the “d” or “c” down for about 3 seconds,
●
the fast forward display “
” appears on
the LCD monitor.
! If your SmartMedia holds more than 1,000 recorded
●
frames, refer to page 14.
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D PLAYBACK ZOOM
1
➀
D MULTI-FRAME PLAYBACK
➁
2
➀
➁
1
2
➀
➁
2
➀Use
the “d ” and “c ” buttons to display the
image you want to zoom.
➁Use the “ab” button to set the zoom scale.
After you have zoomed in on your image,
➀press the “DISP” button.
➁You can use the “dc ” and “ab” buttons to
zoom in on different parts of the image.
Pressing the “DISP” button twice switches to the
multi-frame (9-frame) display.
! Zoom
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scales up to 4.0 ✕ can be set in 0.2 ✕
increments.
! Pressing the “d ” (or “c ”) button during zooming
●
cancels the zoom and displays the next (or previous)
image.
➀Use the “d” and “c” buttons to move the cursor
(the orange outline) to the desired frame.
can enlarge the selected image by
pressing the “DISP” button again.
➁You
! The “ab” button is disabled in multi-frame playback.
●
! Multi-frame playback is particularly useful for
●
! If you press the “CANCEL / BACK” or “MENU/EXE”
●
button, the image reverts to normal scale.
! The message shown on the LCD monitor multi-frame
●
display disappears after about 3 seconds.
selecting images for single-frame erase, singleframe protect, resizing, and DPOF frame setting or
resetting.
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D ➡n ERASING SINGLE FRAME
1
➀
➁
2
3
4
Press the “MENU/ EXE” button to erase the
displayed image. When erasing is complete, the
next image appears and the “
”
message is displayed.
➀Set the Mode switch to “D”.
➁Press the “MENU/EXE” button
to display the
menu screen on the LCD monitor.
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! Press the “CANCEL / BACK” button to exit the menu.
●
! See P.46-47 for more information on erasing all the
●
frames on a SmartMedia and formatting SmartMedia.
With “FRAME” selected, press the “MENU/EXE”
button.
2
Use the “ d ” and “ c ” buttons to display the
image to be erased.
! To
●
! To end frame erasing, press the “CANCEL / BACK”
●
button.
continue erasing images, repeat the procedure
from step 3 .
! If “
” is displayed, the image
●
protection must be removed to erase the image
(➡P.48-51).
! If the “
” message is displayed, DPOF is
●
specified. When you press the “MENU/EXE” button,
the image is erased and the DPOF settings are
updated.
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Features
3 Advanced
e USING THE FLASH
You can choose from 5 flash modes to suit your
shot. Each time you press the “e” flash button,
the flash mode shown on the LCD monitor
changes from Auto flash (no icon displayed) to “
o ” to “ e ” to “ p ” to “ m ”. The last mode
displayed is the selected mode.
Auto Flash (no icon)
Use this mode for ordinary photography. The
flash fires automatically as required by the
conditions.
o Red-Eye Reduction
Use this mode to ensure that the subject's eyes
appear natural when photographing people in lowlight conditions.
The flash fires a pre-flash just before the picture is
taken and then fires again to take the actual picture.
! When the flash mode is set to Suppressed Flash, the
●
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camera becomes ready to shoot more quickly after
you switch it on.
! If you switch from Suppressed Flash mode to
●
another flash mode, you may find that the displayed
image disappears and the screen goes dark
because the flash is charging. When this happens,
the viewfinder lamp flashes orange.
e Forced Flash
Use this flash mode to photograph backlit
scenes, such as a subject against a window or
in the shade of a tree, or to obtain the correct
colors when you are shooting under lighting
such as fluorescent tubes. In this mode, the
flash fires in bright as well as dark conditions.
3
◆ Red-Eye Effect ◆
When you use the flash to photograph people in low-light conditions, their eyes sometimes appear red in the picture. This
is caused by the light of the flash reflecting off the inside of the eye. Use Red-Eye Reduction flash mode to effectively
minimize the likelihood of the red-eye effect.
Take the following measures also to make Red-Eye Reduction mode more effective:
● Get the subjects to look at the camera.
● Get as close as possible to the subjects.
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i MACRO (CLOSE-UP) PHOTOGRAPHY
e USING THE FLASH
Macro Photography allows you to take close-up
pictures of subjects as close as 10 cms from the
camera.
Also, set the flash functions according to the
given circumstances (➡P.34).
p Suppressed Flash
In this mode, the flash never fires.
Use this mode when you are taking pictures in
indoor lighting at distances too great for the flash to
have any effect, such as theater performances or
indoor sporting events. When you use Suppressed
Flash, the Auto White Balance function (➡P.84)
operates so that natural colors are captured along
with the ambience of the available light.
m Night Scenes (Slow Synchro)
This mode allows you to use the flash with a
slow shutter speed.
This mode allows you to take beautiful pictures
that show your subject and still capture the
background.
! If you want to take a picture in low-light conditions
●
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with the flash mode set to Suppressed Flash, you
should use a tripod to prevent camera shake.
! See P.23 and P.79 for information on the camera
●
shake warning.
! Because slow shutter speeds are used, you should
●
use a tripod to prevent camera shake.
➀
➁
! If you use the viewfinder to take a picture in Macro
●
Photography, the field visible through the viewfinder
does not match the field actually photographed
because the viewfinder and lens are in different
positions. For this reason, you should use the LCD
monitor to take pictures in Macro Photography. The
LCD monitor does not switch off in Macro
Photography.
! When shooting in dark conditions, use a tripod to
●
prevent camera shake.
! If you are using the flash, ensure that you are at
●
least 0.2 meters from the subject.
! You cannot use the optical zoom in Macro Photography,
●
but using the digital zoom is possible (➡P.38).
! Macro Photography is cancelled when you switch
●
the camera off.
➀Press the “MENU/EXE” button to switch to the
menu screen.
➁Use the “ d ” or “ c ” button to select
“iMACRO” and then use the “ab” button to
select ON and switch to Macro Photography.
When you switch to “ i MACRO”, the lens
automatically moves to the extreme wideangle l setting.Other settings can be
changed at this point.
Finally, press the “MENU/ EXE” button to
return to the photography screen.
3
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E USING THE DIGITAL TELEPHOTO
1
Digital zoom photography allows you to enlarge
the central portion of the image by 2 ✕.
Digital zoom photography can only be used for
images shot using the LCD monitor that have a
file size setting of [640].
2
When you use the optical zoom and then press
the telephoto (k) side of the “ab” button, “2 ✕”
appears on the LCD monitor and the camera
switches to digital zoom photography.
To cancel digital zoom photography, press the
wide-angle (l) side of the “ab” button.
B SELF-TIMER PHOTOGRAPHY
1
Press the “MENU/EXE” button to switch to the
menu screen.
2
Use the “dc” button to select “BSELF-TIMER”
and then select “ON” with the “ab ” button to
switch the camera to self-timer photography.
Other settings can be changed at this point.
Finally, press the “MENU/EXE” button to return
to the photography screen.
3
! See P.20 for more information on using the optical
●
zoom.
! In Macro Photography, due to the optical zoom fixed
●
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to the wide-angle setting, pressing the telephoto side
(k side) of the “ab” button switches the camera to
digital zooming.
! The self-timer cannot be used in “E MANUAL” mode.
●
! Switch the camera back to “E AUTO” mode and
●
then press the “MENU/EXE” button (➡P.41).
! Check that the lens is clean. If it is dirty, clean the
●
lens as described on P.73.
can also use the Framing Guideline Function
(➡P.27).
! You
●
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C MANUAL MODE
B SELF-TIMER PHOTOGRAPHY
MODE
3
4
1
➀
➂
➁
2
Use the “d” and “c” buttons to move to a menu
item and the “ab” button to select the setting.
Finally, press the “MENU/EXE” button to return
to the photography screen.
Position the AF frame over the subject and
press the shutter button. The camera focuses on
the subject in the frame and self-timer starts to
run.
The self-timer lamp lights for 5 seconds, blinks
for 5 seconds, then takes the picture.
The time remaining until the picture is taken is
counted down on the LCD monitor.
! You can also use AF/AE lock in this mode (➡P.25).
●
! Be careful not to stand in front of the camera when
●
! Self-timer
●
the “MENU/ EXE” button to switch to the
menu screen.
➁Use the “d” or “c” button to select MODE and
then use the “ab” button to select “E MANUAL”.
➂Press the “MENU/ EXE” button to switch to
Manual photography.
! Each
●
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you press the shutter button since this can cause
focusing or light metering errors.
mode is cancelled after you take the
picture.
! To stop the self-timer, once it has started running,
●
press the “CANCEL / BACK” button.
3
➀Press
time you press the “DISP” button, the display
status switches from “Show text + images” to “Show
images only” to “Show text only”.
If you switch the camera off in Manual mode, the display
status will be “Show text only” when you switch the
camera back on.
! To return to Auto mode, use the same procedure to
●
select “EAUTO” and then press the “MENU/EXE”
button.
! You cannot use “ B ” Self-timer mode in “ E ”
●
Manual mode.
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C MANUAL MODE
3
◆ Subjects for Which Exposure Adjustment
is Particularly Effective◆
s : Shooting outdoors in fine weather
t : Shooting in shade
Positive (+) Compensation
● Copying
G Setting the Brightness (Exposure compensation)
Use the Brightness setting to obtain the optimum
image brightness (exposure) when the subject is
much brighter or darker than the background.
● There
are 9 compensation levels (–0.9 to 1.5
EV in approx. 0.3 EV increments). See P.84
for a definition of EV.
! To
●
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take the picture immediately, press the
“MENU/EXE” button
! The Brightness setting is disabled in the following
●
situations:
• When the flash is used in Auto or Red-Eye
Reduction mode
• When dark scenes are shot in Forced Flash mode
of printed text (black characters
on white paper) (+1.5 EV)
● Backlit portraits (+0.6 to +1.5 EV)
● Very bright scenes (such as snowfields)
and highly reflective subjects (+0.9 EV)
● Shots made up predominantly of the
sky. (+0.9 EV)
Negative (–) Compensation
● Spotlit
subjects, particularly against dark
backgrounds (–0.6 EV)
● Copying of printed text (white characters
on black paper) (–0.6 EV)
● Scenes with low reflectivity, such as
shots of pine trees or dark foliage (–0.6
EV)
✽ Settings given in parentheses are a general
guide.
: Automatic adjustment
(Shooting to show the ambience of the
light source)
4
u : Shooting under “Daylight” fluorescent
lamps
a Setting the White Balance
Change the white balance setting when you
want to take a picture with the white balance
fixed for the surroundings and lighting when the
picture is taken.
In Auto mode, the correct white balance may not
be obtained for subjects such as close-ups of
people's faces and shots taken under a special
light source. In such situations, select the correct
white balance for the light source. See P.84 for
more information on the white balance.
v : Shooting under “Warm White” fluorescent
lamps
w : Shooting under “Cool White” fluorescent
lamps
x
: Shooting in incandescent light
✽ The White Balance setting is disabled when you use
the flash. If you want to use the White Balance
setting to achieve a particular effect, set the flash
mode to Suppressed Flash.
3
◆ Factory Default Settings
Menu
G Brightness (EV)
a White Balance
Setting
0
AUTO
✽ The above settings are the same as those used in Auto mode.
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Features Playback
4 Advanced
C MANUAL MODE
5
6
➀
D ADVANCED PLAYBACK
➂
➁
DC IN 5V socket
When you have finished selecting the settings,
press the “MENU/ EXE” button to confirm the
settings. These settings are retained even when
the camera is switched off.
This section introduces a range of functions that
you can access when the Mode switch is set to
“D ”. The explanations below all presuppose
that the Mode switch is set to “D”.
If there is a power socket handy, use the special
AC Power Adapter AC-5V (sold separately) so
there is no need to worry about the batteries
running out during playback (➡P.13, 72).
➀ Press the shutter button to take the picture.
➁ The photographed image appears on the
4
LCD monitor.
➂ To record the image, press the “MENU/ EXE”
button.
! If you take the batteries out of the camera for a long
●
44
period or remove the batteries during setup, the
camera settings may all revert to the factory default
values.
! If
●
you are not satisfied with the resulting image,
press the “CANCEL / BACK” button to prevent the
image being recorded on the SmartMedia. Then take
the picture again.
! If your SmartMedia holds more than 1,000 recorded
●
frames, refer to page 14.
! The shapes of the plug and socket-outlet depends
●
on the country of use.
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PLAYBACK MENU
n ERASING SINGLE • ALL FRAMES/FORMATTING
ERASING SINGLE FRAME
Erases only the selected image.
1
2
➀
➂
3
! Protected images (➡P.48, 50) are not erased.
●
ERASE ALL
Erases all the images.
➁
! This
●
function cannot be used to erase protected
images.
FORMAT
Erases all the data and reformats (initializes)
the SmartMedia for use with this camera.
! Protected images are also erased.
●
If you press the “MENU/EXE” button, the menu
screen will appear on the LCD monitor.
! If the “2” message appears, wipe the
●
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contact surfaces on the SmartMedia (the goldcolored area) with a soft, dry cloth and then re-insert
it into the camera.
If this does not resolve the problem, format the card.
! If the “
” message is displayed,
●
format the card.
the “ d ” or “ c ” button to select “ n ”
ERASE.
➁Use the “ab” button to select “FRAME”, “ALL”
or “FORMAT”.
➂Press the “MENU/EXE” button.
➀Use
A confirmation screen appears.
If you are erasing all the frames or formatting the
card, press the “MENU/EXE” button to proceed.
If you are erasing one frame, use the “d” and
“c” buttons to select the frame and then press
the “MENU/EXE” button.
4
! If the “
●
! Press the “CANCEL/BACK” button to exit the menu
●
display.
Formatting erases all of the data on the
SmartMedia.
” message is displayed, DPOF is
specified. When you press the “MENU/EXE” button,
the image is erased and the DPOF settings are
updated.
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PLAYBACK MENU
h SETTING AND REMOVING SINGLE-FRAME PROTECTION
1
2
➀
➂
3
4
➁
Press the “MENU/ EXE” button to display the
menu on the LCD monitor.
! Press the “CANCEL / BACK” button to exit the menu
●
display.
! Multi-frame
●
playback is an easy way to select
images to be protected (➡P.31).
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“PROTECT” is a setting that prevents images
from being accidentally erased. However, the
FORMAT function erases all stored images,
including protected images (➡P.46).
➀Use
the “ d ” or “ c ” button to select
“g PROTECT ”.
➁Use the “ab” button to select “FRAME”.
➂Press the “MENU/EXE” button.
Use the “d” or “c” button to select the image to
be protected.
When the “MENU/ EXE” button is pressed, the
image is protected and the “h ” icon appears on
the right of the screen. To remove the protection,
press the “MENU/EXE” button again.
To finish setting and removing single-frame
protection, press the “CANCEL / BACK” button.
4
! To
●
! If your SmartMedia holds more than 1,000 recorded
●
frames, refer to page 14.
! If you do not want to protect the image, press the
●
“CANCEL / BACK” button.
protect another image, repeat the procedure from
step 3 .
! To cancel image protection at this point, press the
●
“CANCEL / BACK” button.
! Formatting erases all images, including protected images
●
(➡P.46).
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PLAYBACK MENU
h SETTING AND REMOVING PROTECTION FOR ALL FRAMES
1
2
➀
➂
3
➁
Press the “MENU/ EXE” button to display the
menu on the LCD monitor.
! Press the “CANCEL / BACK” button to exit the menu
●
➀Use
the “ d ” or “ c ” button to select
“g PROTECT”.
➁Use the “ ab ” button to select “PROTECT
ALL” or “UNPROTECT ALL”.
➂Press “MENU/EXE” button.
A confirmation screen will appear to proceed,
press the “MENU/EXE” button.
4
display.
50
Formatting erases all images, including
protected images (➡P.46).
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PLAYBACK MENU
1
j RESIZE
➀
➁
2
2
➀
➂
3
➁
If the “CAN’T EXECUTE” message appears, the
photographed image size is not [1280 ✕ 960] or
[640 ✕ 480].
! An
●
➀Use the “d” or “c” button to display the image
to be resized on the LCD monitor.
➁Press the “MENU/EXE” button to display the
menu.
! Press the “CANCEL / BACK” button to exit the menu
●
display.
! Only images with File Size settings of [1280 ✕ 960] or
●
[640 ✕ 480] can be resized.
! File Size
●
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[1280 ✕ 960] ➞ [640 ✕ 480] or [320 ✕ 240]
[640 ✕ 480] ➞ [320 ✕ 240]
➀Select “jRESIZE” (resize).
➁Use the “ ab ” button to select
the desired
image size.
➂Press the “MENU/EXE” button.
A confirmation screen appears. To proceed,
press the “MENU/ EXE” button. The image is
recorded to a separate file and the resulting
image is displayed.
! You
●
can only select sizes that are valid for this
operation.
! Resizing will not proceed if the “3” or
●
“W ” message is displayed. If this
occurs, erase some unwanted images or use a
SmartMedia that is not protected.
! If
●
you do not want to resize the image, press the
“CANCEL / BACK” button.
! See page 66 for more information on files.
●
image that has been resized to [320 ✕ 240]
cannot be resized again. “
” is also
displayed if the image size as a result of step 3 is
[320 ✕ 240].
◆Why Resize◆
Resizing creates a new file containing less data.
● Resizing is extremely convenient when you want
to attach an image file to an e-mail message.
● If you are uncertain which resolution to use,
you can shoot the image at [1280] and then
resize it later.
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PLAYBACK MENU
R HOW TO SPECIFY PRINT OPTIONS
With the FinePix1400 ZOOM, you can order prints using the Digital Print Order Format
(DPOF).
You can use the DPOF to specify the following:
● The frames to be printed and the number of prints for each frame
● Imprinting of the date and time
This section gives a detailed description of how to order your prints with the FinePix1400
ZOOM.
✽ Note that some printers do not support date and time imprinting or specification of the
number of prints.
✽ Note that the warnings shown below may be displayed while you are specifying the
prints.
PLAYBACK MENU
1
R DPOF DATE SETTING
➀
➁
2
➀
➁
➂
(➡P.79)
When you erase the image, the DPOF settings for that image are deleted at the
same time.
(➡P.79)
If you load a SmartMedia that contains frames specified for printing on another
camera, those print specifications are all reset and replaced by the new print
specifications.
(➡P.79)
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No more than 999 prints can be specified on the same SmartMedia.
This function allows you to select whether or not
the date of shooting is included on the print.
➀Set the Mode Swich to “D”.
➁Press the “MENU/EXE” button to display the
menu on the LCD monitor.
➂Press “dc” button to select “RDPOF”.
➀Select “TDATE”.
➁Press “d” or “c” button to specify “DATE ON” or
“DATE OFF”. This setting is then valid for all
the prints until the setting is changed.
4
! Before
●
specifying any other settings, first specify
whether date is to be shown or not.
! TRIMMING may not be displayed for some images
●
(➡P.58).
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PLAYBACK MENU
1
R DPOF SET FRAME
➀
➁
➀Use the “ab” button to select “SET FRAME”.
➁Press the “MENU/EXE” button.
! Always select whether or not to print the date or time
●
before specifying the DPOF setting.
you specify “SET FRAME” or “TRIMMING” and
then select “SET ALL”, the number of frames
specified for “SET FRAME” and the “TRIMMING”
setting are cancelled.
! If
●
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2
➀
➁
➀Use the “d” or “c” button to display the frame
for which you want to specify DPOF settings.
➁Use the “ab” button to specify the number of
prints.
! To
●
continue with single-frame set, repeat steps ➀
and ➁.
! You can specify up to 99 prints for each frame.
●
Prints can be specified for up to 999 frames on the
same SmartMedia.
! Multi-frame playback is an easy way to select
●
images to be printed (➡P.31).
3
<To Continue>
When you have completed the settings, always
press the “MENU/ EXE” button to confirm the
settings. The total number of prints is displayed on
the LCD monitor and then the menu screen
reappears.
The “ R ” icon and the number of prints are
displayed for frames with DPOF specifications and
the “T” icon is also displayed if the date is set.
! “TOTAL” shows the total number of prints specified.
●
<To Cancel>
Pressing the “CANCEL / BACK” button cancels
only the settings for the currently selected frame.
The settings for other frames are not cancelled.
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PLAYBACK MENU
1
R DPOF TRIMMING
➀
➁
2
Zoom screen
3
4
➀
➁
Shift screen
➀Use the “ab” button to select “TRIMMING”.
➁Press the “MENU/EXE” button to switch to the
Trimming selection screen.
! Display
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the frame to be trimmed before beginning
the above procedure (➡P.29).
! Trimming can only be specified for images with a
●
File Size setting of 1280 ✕ 960.
! When images with File Size other than 1280 ✕ 960
●
are played back, TRIMMING does not appear on the
menu.
You can alternate between the Zoom and Shift
screens by pressing the “DISP” button.
Using the Zoom screen:
Use the “ab” button to zoom in and out.
(The zoom scale increases in increments of 0.2 ✕ up to 2.0 ✕)
Using the Shift screen:
Use the “ ab ”, “ c ” and “ d ” buttons to shift the
position of the area to be trimmed.
When you press the “MENU/ EXE” button, the
cropping settings are determined as shown in
the image on the LCD monitor.
➀Use
the “ab” button to specify the number of
prints.
➁Press the “MENU/EXE” button to confirm the
settings and return to the menu screen.
The “U ” icon is displayed for the frame for
which trimming has been confirmed.
4
! Trimmed images cannot be smaller than 640 ✕ 480
●
pixels.
! After trimming, the aspect ratio of the image is 4:3,
●
which is the same as that of the recorded image.
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PLAYBACK MENU
1
PLAYBACK MENU
R DPOF REVIEW / CANCEL
➀
➁
2
R DPOF SET ALL /CANCEL ALL
3
1
➀
➁
To cancel a print specification, display the image
you want to cancel and press the “MENU/EXE”
button.
➀Use
the “ a b ” button to select “REVIEW/
CANCEL”.
➁Press the “MENU/EXE” button.
You can confirm the settings for only those
frames with a specified number of prints by
pressing “d” or “c” button. The settings for each
frame are displayed on the right of the screen.
➀Use
the “ab” button to select “SET ALL” or
“CANCEL ALL”.
➁Press the “MENU/EXE” button.
4
! Multi-frame
●
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playback is an easy way to select
images (➡P.31).
! If all the print specifications are cancelled, “TOTAL”
●
shows “00000” and the background screen is black.
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PLAYBACK MENU
R DPOF SET ALL /CANCEL ALL
2
3
5 Settings
Settings
Factory default
EXE
–––
QUALITY
FINE/NORMAL/BASIC
NORMAL
Sets the compression ratio for recording. Can be set as
described on P.65.
( : FINE ) : NORMAL * : BASIC
FILE SIZE
1280 ✕ 960/640 ✕ 480
1280 ✕ 960
Sets the number of pixels recorded (image file size).
Can be set as described on P.65.
RENEW/CONT
RENEW
Specifies whether the Frame NO. Memory function is
used (➡P.66).
HIGH/LOW/OFF
HIGH
Selects the buzzer volume for camera operation. When
this is set to OFF, the camera buzzer emits no sound.
EXE
–––
FRAME NO.
BEEP
A confirmation screen appears. To continue,
press the “MENU/EXE” button.
e The table below explains the camera setting.
Display
BACK
The total number of prints is displayed on the
LCD monitor and then the menu screen
reappears.
SETUP MODE
DATE / TIME
Explanation
Exits set-up.
Sets the date and time (➡P.17).
✽See the following page for information on using the settings.
! “SET ALL” specifies 1 print for all the images.
●
! The “SET FRAME” specifications and cropping
●
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settings are cancelled.
! Prints can be specified for up to 999 frames on the
●
same SmartMedia. If you specify more than 999
frames, the “8” warning appears.
5
! “TOTAL” shows the total number of prints specified.
●
! If you cancel all the frames, the “TOTAL” display
●
reverts to “00000”.
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SETTING THE IMAGE QUALITY/ FILE SIZE
SETUP MODE
1
➀
➁➂➃
2
Setting the Image Quality
You can select any of 3 image quality (recorded
image compression ratio) settings as required.
The number of shots available varies depending
on the image quality. See P.24, 82 for
information on the number of shots available for
each type of SmartMedia.
Select [FINE] for better image quality, and
[BASIC] to fit more shots on the SmartMedia.
In most cases, the [NORMAL] setting provides
suitable image quality.
Use the following procedure to display the
SET-UP screen.
➀Set the Mode switch to “E”.
➁When you press the “MENU/EXE” button, the
menu screen appears.
➂Use the “d” and “c” buttons to select MODE and
then use the “ab” button to select “SET-UP”.
➃Press the “MENU/EXE” button to switch to the
SET-UP screen.
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Use the “ab” button to select the desired item
and then use the “d” and “c” buttons to change
and confirm the setting (excluding the date and
time settings).
To exit the SET-UP menu, select BACK and
press the “MENU/EXE” button.
The photography screen reappears.
Setting the File Size
You can select 2 different file size (pixel count)
settings as required. The number of shots
available varies depending on the file size. See
P.24, 82 for information on the standard number
of shots available for each type of SmartMedia.
● 1280 : 1,280 ✕
● 640 : 640 ✕
960 pixels
480 pixels
◆ Image file Compression Ratio
Quality
FINE (()
Compression Ratio
Approx.1/4
NORMAL ())
Approx.1/8
BASIC (*)
Approx.1/16
5
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FRAME NO. MEMORY
ADJUSTING THE LCD MONITOR BRIGHTNESS
1
2
➀
➁
✽ Formatted SmartMedia used for both A and B.
RENEW : Pictures are stored on each
SmartMedia beginning with a file
number “0001”.
CONT
: Pictures are stored beginning from
the highest file number stored on the
last SmartMedia used.
Setting this function to “CONT” makes file
management easier as it ensures that file names
are not duplicated when images are downloaded to
a PC.
! If the SmartMedia already contains image files with
●
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file numbers higher than the highest file number on
the last SmartMedia, images are stored beginning
from the highest file number on the current
SmartMedia.
You can check the file number by viewing the
image. The last 4 digits of the 7-digit number
displayed in the top-right corner of the screen
show the file number. The first 3 digits show the
directory number.
! When replacing the SmartMedia, always switch the
●
camera off before you open the slot cover. If you
open the slot cover while the camera is still switched
on, the FRAME NO. (frame number memory)
function will not operate.
! File numbers run from 0001 to 9999. Once 9999 is
●
exceeded, the directory number goes up by 1. The
maximum number is 999-9999.
! If you take a picture with FRAME NO. (frame number
●
memory) set to RENEW, the stored “Last file No.”
setting is reset.
! The frame number display for images shot on other
●
cameras may differ.
➀Use
the “ d ” and “ c ” buttons to adjust the
brightness.
➁Press the “MENU/EXE” button.
If you hold down the “DISP” button for about 2
seconds, the brightness adjustment screen
appears.
5
! When the LCD monitor is switched off and no text is
●
displayed in Photography mode (➡P.27, 41), the
setting cannot be changed.
! To exit this procedure without changing the settings,
●
press the “CANCEL / BACK” button.
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System Expansion Options
Using the USB Interface Set
eBy using the FinePix1400 ZOOM together with other optional Fujifilm products, your system can be
expanded to fill a wide range of uses.
1
● Connect
the camera to your PC using the
enclosed cable and transfer images from the
camera to your PC.
● The software runs on Windows 98 (including
the second edition) and Mac OS 8.5.1 to Mac
OS 9.0. Note that your PC must be equipped
with a USB port. (The software is not
guaranteed to run on home-made PCs.)
➀
➁
➀Load the SmartMedia.
➁Set the Mode switch to “D”.
! Use
●
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of the AC Power Adapter AC-5V (sold
separately) is recommended (➡P.13). Loss of power
during data transfer will prevent successful data
transfer.
! The Auto Power Off function does not operate when
●
the camera is connected to a PC.
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Accessories Guide
Using the USB Interface Set
eThe optional accessories (sold separately) can make taking pictures with the FinePix1400 ZOOM even
easier. For information on how to attach and use the accessories, refer to the instructions provided with the
accessory used.
2
●
These are separately available SmartMedia cards.
Use the following SmartMedia:
● MG-4S : 4MB, 3.3V
● MG-8S : 8MB, 3.3V
● MG-16S : 16MB, 3.3V
● MG-32S : 32MB, 3.3V ● MG-64S : 64MB, 3.3V
✽ Some 3.3V SmartMedia are labelled as “3V” or “ID” cards.
DIGITAL (USB)
When the viewfinder lamp is lit orange or
flashing orange, this indicates that data access
is in progress. (The PC is reading the data on
the SmartMedia.) Never open the slot cover or
disconnect the cable during data access as this
could prevent data being transferred correctly or
cause the camera to malfunction.
◆Replacing the SmartMedia◆
● On
Plug the small pin on the special cable into the
Digital (USB) socket on the camera, and plug the
other end of the cable into the USB socket on your
PC. When you switch the PC on, “AUSB” appears
in the upper left corner of the LCD monitor.
! Use only the special cable provided.
●
! Refer to the User's Guide provided
●
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with the USB
Interface Set for information on installing and using
the software.
! You cannot write data to this camera or erase files
●
on this camera from a PC.
Windows
Check that data access is not in progress
and then replace the SmartMedia.
● On a Macintosh
Drag the removable disk icon on the
desktop to the Trash. When the
“Z” message appears on the LCD
monitor, replace the SmartMedia.
! Depending on the hardware and software settings,
●
your PC may be unable to recognize the
SmartMedia after it has been replaced. If this occurs,
switch the camera off and then on again.
SmartMediaTM
●
AC Power Adapter AC-5V
Use the AC-5V when taking pictures for a long period of time or when the
FinePix1400 ZOOM is connected to a personal computer.
✽ The Shapes of the AC power adapter, the plug and socket outlet depend on the country.
●
Fujifilm Rechargeable Battery 2HR-3UF
The 2HR-3UF includes 2 pieces of high-capacity AA-size
Nickel Metal Hydride batteries.
●
Fujifilm Rechargeable Battery 4KR-3UF
The 4KR-3UF includes 4 pieces of high-capacity AA-size
Ni-Cd batteries.
●
Fujifilm Battery charger with Battery BK-NH (AC 220V only)
The BK-NH includes the quick battery chager BCH-NH and 2 Ni-MH batteries.
The BCH-NH can charge 2 Ni-MH batteries in approximately 110 minutes.
Up to 4 Ni-MH or Ni-Cd batteries can be charged simultaneously.
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Notes on Using Your Camera Correctly
Accessories Guide
●
eBe sure to read this information in conjunction with before you use this product “Safety Notes”
(➡P.85) to ensure that you use your camera correctly.
Floppy Disk Adapter (FlashPath)
This adapter is the same size and shape as a 3.5-inch floppy disk. You can copy the
images on a SmartMedia to your PC simply by loading the SmartMedia into the floppy
disk adapter and then inserting the adapter into your floppy disk drive.
Compatible OS
FD-A1/A1S/A1N
FD-A2
●
Windows95/98, NT 4.0
Macintosh
Compatible SmartMedia
5V/3.3V, 2MB to 32MB
5V/3.3V, 2MB to 64MB
PC Card Adapter
The PC Card Adapter allows the SmartMedia to be used as a PC Card Standard
ATA-compliant (PCMCIA 2.1) PC card (Type II).
● PC-AD2 : Compatible with SmartMedia of 5V/3.3V, 2MB to 8MB.
● PC-AD3 : Compatible with SmartMedia of 5V/3.3V, 2MB to 64MB.
●
SM-R1/R2 Image Memory Card Reader
The SM-R1/R2 allows images to very easily be read and written from an image
memory card (SmartMedia) to a personal computer. Its USB interface provides
high-speed data transmission.
●
●
Windows98 or Power Macintosh with USB interface.
SC-FX4
This case can be used when carrying the camera to protect it from dust, dirt and
mild impacts.
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■ Places to Avoid
Do not store or use the camera in the following types of
locations:
● Very humid, dirty or dusty places
● In direct sunlight or in places subject to extreme
temperature rises, such as in a closed car in summer.
Extremely cold places
● Places subject to strong vibrations
● Places affected by smoke or steam
● Places subject to strong magnetic fields (such as places
near motors, transformers or magnets)
● For long periods in contact with chemicals such as
pesticides or next to rubber or vinyl products
■ Do not expose the camera to sand.
The FinePix1400 ZOOM is particularly and adversely
affected by sand. In sandy locations such as beaches or
deserts, or in locations where there is wind borne sand,
ensure that the camera is not exposed to sand. This can
cause faults that may be irreparable.
■ Notes on Condensation
If the camera is carried suddenly from a cold location into a
warm place, water droplets (condensation) may form on
the inside of the camera or on the lens. When the
viewfinder lamp is lit orange or flashing orange, this
indicates that data access is in progress. Condensation
may also form on the SmartMedia card. In this event,
remove the SmartMedia and wait a short time before using
it again.
■ When the Camera is Unused for Long Periods
If you do not intend to use the camera for a long period, of
time remove the batteries and the SmartMedia card before
storing the camera.
■ Cleaning Your Camera
● Use
a blower brush to remove dust from the lens and
LCD surface and then wipe lightly with a soft, dry cloth. If
any soiling remains, apply a small amount of lens
cleaning liquid to a piece of Fujifilm lens cleaning paper
and wipe gently.
● Do not scratch hard objects against the lens, LCD
monitor screen or viewfinder as these surfaces are easily
damaged.
● Clean the body of the camera with a soft dry cloth. Do not
use volatile substances such as thinners, benzine or
insecticide, as these may react with camera body and
cause deformation or remove the coating.
■ When travelling overseas
Do not place your camera in the check-in baggage.
Baggage handling at airports may subject baggage to
violent shocks, and the camera may be damaged internally
even when no external damage is visible.
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Notes on the Power Supply
Applicable Batteries
AA-size alkaline, Ni-MH (nickel metal hydride), or Ni-Cd
batteries can be used with this camera.
Do not use AA-size manganese or lithium batteries in
your FinePix1400 ZOOM because the heat generated by
the batteries could damage the camera or cause
malfunctions.
● Because different brands of alkaline batteries have
different capacities, the life of some batteries (the length
of time for which they can be used) may be considerably
shorter than that of the alkaline batteries supplied with
this camera.
●
Notes on the Batteries
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Incorrect use of the batteries could cause them to leak,
become hot, ignite or burst. Always observe the
precautions given below.
● Do not heat the batteries or throw them into a fire.
● Do not carry or store a battery with metal objects such as
necklaces or hairpins that could come into contact with
the metal positive 5 and negative 4 poles of the battery.
● Do not expose the batteries to fresh or sea water, and
take particular care to keep the terminals dry.
● Do not attempt to deform, disassemble or modify the
batteries.
● Do not attempt to peel off or cut the battery casing.
● Do not drop, strike or otherwise subject the batteries to
strong impacts.
Do not use batteries that are leaking, deformed,
discolored or exhibit any other obvious abnormality.
● Do not store batteries in very warm or moist locations.
● Keep the batteries out of the reach of babies and small
children.
● When loading the batteries in the camera, ensure that the
battery polarity (5 and 4) is as indicated on the camera.
● Do not use new batteries together with used batteries. In
the case of rechargeable batteries, do not use charged
and discharged batteries together. Do not use batteries
of different types or brands together.
● If you do not intend to use the camera for a long period of
time, remove the batteries from the camera. (Note that if
the camera is left with the batteries removed, the time
and date settings are cleared.)
● The batteries may feel warm immediately after being
used. Before removing the batteries, switch the camera
off and wait until the batteries cool down.
● When replacing the batteries, always fit 4 new batteries.
Here, 'new batteries' refers to either recently purchased
unused alkaline batteries, or Ni-Cd or Ni-MH (nickel metal
hydride) batteries that have recently been fully recharged
together.
● Battery performance deteriorates at low temperatures
(+10°C or below) and the time for which they can be used
shortens. This is particularly true of alkaline batteries. In cold
conditions, put the batteries in your pocket or a similar place
to warm them before loading them into the camera. If you
use a body warmer to warm the batteries, ensure that they
are not in direct contact with the warmer.
●
●
If any liquid at all leaks from the batteries, wipe the battery
compartment thoroughly and then load new batteries.
If any battery fluid comes into contact with your hands or
clothing, flush the area thoroughly with water. Note that
battery fluid can cause loss of eyesight if it gets in your
eyes. If this occurs, do not rub your eyes. Flush the fluid out
with clean water and contact your physician for treatment.
■ Disposing of Batteries
When disposing of batteries, do so in accordance with your
local waste disposal regulations.
■ Notes on Small Rechargeable Batteries (Ni-MH
or Ni-Cd batteries)
●
●
●
●
●
Always use the special battery charger to charge AA-size
Ni-MH or Ni-Cd batteries. Charge the batteries as
described in the instructions provided with the battery
charger.
Do not use the battery charger to charge batteries other
than those specified for use with the charger.
Note that the batteries may feel warm immediately after
being charged.
Ni-MH and Ni-Cd batteries are not charged at shipment.
Be sure to charge the batteries before using them.
The camera mechanism is such that it draws a minute
amount of current even when the camera is switched off.
Take particular care not to leave Ni-MH or Ni-Cd
batteries in the camera for a long period of time as they
can become excessively discharged and no longer be
usable even when charged.
Ni-MH and Ni-Cd batteries self-discharge even when not
used. Always charge Ni-MH and Ni-Cd batteries before
using them. If the time for which a battery provides power
shortens markedly when it has been correctly charged,
this indicates that the battery has reached the end of its
effective life and should be replaced.
Notes on Using the AC Power Adapter
Always use the AC-5V AC Power Adapter AC-5V (sold
separately) with the FinePix1400 ZOOM Digital Camera.
The use of an AC power adapter other than the AC-5V
could result in damage to your camera.
● Ensure that you do not touch the contact areas on the
AC power adapter against any other metal object as this
could cause a short circuit.
● Do not plug the AC power adapter into the DIGITAL
socket as this could damage your camera.
● Do not plug in the AC power adapter while you are
operating the camera using batteries. Switch the camera
off first.
● Do not load the batteries while you are operating the
camera using the AC power adapter. Switch the camera
off first.
● If you disconnect the AC power adapter when there are
no batteries in the camera, the date and time settings will
be lost and must be reset.
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Notes on the SmartMedia™
■ SmartMedia
The SmartMedia card supplied with your FinePix1400
ZOOM camera is a new image recording medium
developed especially for use in digital cameras. Each
SmartMedia card contains a built-in semiconductor
memory chip (NAND flash memory) which is used for
storing digital image data.
Because the data is stored electronically, the stored image
data can be erased from the card and new data recorded.
■ SmartMedia with IDs
The SmartMedia ID is a SmartMedia that has an
individually assigned identification number. SmartMedia ID
cards can be used with devices that use ID numbers for
copyright protection or other purposes. This camera
accepts SmartMedia ID cards in the same way as
conventional SmartMedia cards.
■ Storing Data
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In the situations listed below, recorded data may be erased
(destroyed). Please note that Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd.
accepts no responsibility whatsoever for the loss
(destruction) of recorded data.
✽ When the SmartMedia is used incorrectly by the owner or
a third party
✽ When the SmartMedia is exposed to static electricity or
electrical noise
✽ When the SmartMedia cover is opened or the
SmartMedia removed and the camera is then switched
off during data recording, during data erasing
(SmartMedia formatting) or during frame advance when
images are being played back.
Back up important data onto another medium (MO
disk, floppy disk, hard disk, etc.).
■ Notes on Handling SmartMedia
● When
inserting the card into the camera, hold the
SmartMedia straight as you push it in.
● Never remove the SmartMedia or switch the camera off
during data recording, during data erasing (SmartMedia
formatting) or during frame advance when images are
being played back. These actions could result in damage
to the SmartMedia.
● Use only the SmartMedia specified for use with the
FinePix1400 ZOOM. The use of other SmartMedia could
damage the camera.
● SmartMedia are precision electronic devices. Do not
bend, drop, or subject SmartMedia to excessive shocks.
● Do not use or store SmartMedia in environments likely to
be affected by strong static electricity or electrical noise.
● Do not use or store SmartMedia in very hot, humid or
corrosive environments.
● Be careful not to touch the SmartMedia’s contact area or
allow the area to become soiled. Use a dry lint-free cloth
to wipe away any soiling that does occur.
● To
avoid damage caused by static electricity, always use
the special static-free case provided during transportation
or storage, or keep the SmartMedia in a storage case if
available.
● Do not carry SmartMedia in locations such as a trouser
pocket. This could subject the SmartMedia to excessive
force when you sit down, therefore damaging the
SmartMedia.
● The SmartMedia may feel warm when it is removed from
the camera after extended periods of picture taking or
image viewing. This is normal and does not indicate a
fault.
● Inserting a SmartMedia that is charged with static
electricity into your camera may result in a camera
malfunction. If this occurs, switch the camera off and then
on again.
● Affix the label onto the designated area of the card. Do
not use third-party labels as this can lead to problems
when the card is inserted or removed.
● When you attach the label, take care that it does not
cover any of the write-protect area.
■ Notes on Using SmartMedia with a PC
● If
you intend to take photos using a SmartMedia that has
been used on a PC, format the SmartMedia on your
camera.
● When you format a SmartMedia in the camera and then
shoot and record images, a directory (folder) is
automatically created. Image data is then recorded in this
directory.
● Do not change or delete the directory (folder) names or
file names on the SmartMedia from your PC as this will
make it impossible to use the SmartMedia in your
camera.
● Always use the camera to erase image data on a
SmartMedia.
● To edit image data, copy the image data to the
computer’s hard disk and then edit the copied data.
■ Specifications
Type
Image memory card for digital
cameras (SmartMedia)
Operating voltage
3.3V
Operating conditions Temperature: 0°C to +40°C (+32°F
to +104°F) Humidity: 80% or less
(condensation free)
Dimensions
37 ✕ 45 ✕ 0.76mm
(1.45 ✕ 1.77 ✕ 0.03in.) (W ✕ H ✕ D)
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Warning Displays
Explanation
78
e The table below lists the warnings that are displayed on the LCD monitor.
Warning Displayed
Remedy
Explanation
Warning Displayed
Remedy
The camera battery is low on charge.
Replace or recharge the battery.
The frame number has reached 9999999.
Switch the Frame NO. Memory function off and
use a formatted SmartMedia to take the picture.
No SmartMedia is loaded, or it is loaded
incorrectly.
Load a SmartMedia or reload the SmartMedia
the correct way round.
There is a strong likelihood of camera
shake because the shutter speed is slow.
Set the flash to Forced Flash mode or use a
tripod.
The SmartMedia is not formatted.
Format the SmartMedia.
A protected frame was erased.
Remove the protection.
• The SmartMedia contact area are soild.
• The SmartMedia is damaged.
• The SmartMedia format is incorrect.
Wipe the contact area on the SmartMedia with a
soft dry cloth. It may be necessary to format the
SmartMedia. If the error message is still
displayed, replace the SmartMedia.
The AF (auto focus) cannot work
effectively.
• If the shot is too dark, move at least 1.5 meters
The SmartMedia is fully recorded.
Erase some images or use a SmartMedia that
has ample free space.
The SmartMedia is write-protected.
AF
away from the subject and try again.
• Use AF lock to take the picture.
The DPOF file contains an error.
Alternatively, the DPOF file was set up
on a different device.
Press the MENU/EXE button to create a new
DPOF file and specify all the DPOF settings
again.
Use a SmartMedia that is not write-protected.
Prints were specified for more than 999
frames in the DPOF frame settings.
The maximum number of frames for which prints
can be specified on the same SmartMedia is 999.
• An attempt was made to playback
incorrectly recorded data.
• An attempt was made to playback a
frame not recorded on camera.
Images cannot be played back.
The specified
performed.
The functions cannot be used because the
image file is in an unsupported format.
The image you tried to erase has a
DPOF print setting.
When you erase the image, the DPOF settings
for that image are deleted at the same time.
action
cannot
be
The lens cover is not open.
Open the lens cover.
Camera malfunction or fault.
Try switching the camera on and off a few times.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
No power
eBefore you decide the camera is faulty, check the following once more.
Cause
Remedy
• Load a new battery.
• The battery is exhausted.
• The AC power adapter plug has come out of • Plug the adapter back in.
the power outlet.
Problem
Cause
• No compatible SmartMedia is loaded.
The flash will not charge.
Power cuts out during • The battery is exhausted.
operation.
Battery runs out quickly.
• Load new batteries.
• You are using the camera in extremely cold • Put the battery in your pocket or another
conditions.
warm place to heat it and then load it into the
camera just before you take a picture.
• The terminals are soiled.
• Wipe the battery terminals with a clean, dry
cloth.
• The batteries are flat.
• Load a new battery.
No photograph is taken • The lens cover is not open.
when the shutter button is • No SmartMedia is loaded.
• The SmartMedia is fully recorded.
pressed.
• Open the lens cover.
• Load a SmartMedia.
• Erase some images or use a SmartMedia that
has ample free space.
• The SmartMedia is write-protected.
• Remove the write-protection.
• The SmartMedia is not formatted.
• Format the SmartMedia.
• The SmartMedia contact area is soiled.
• Wipe the SmartMedia contact area with a
clean dry cloth.
• The SmartMedia is damaged.
• Load a new SmartMedia.
• The Auto Power Off function has switched the • Switch the camera on.
camera off.
• The battery is exhausted.
• Load new batteries.
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I can’t use the flash to take • The Mode Swich has been moved to another • Set the Mode Swich to the correct setting.
setting.
pictures.
• The flash is set to Suppressed Flash mode.
• Set the flash mode to Auto, Red-eye Reduction,
Forced Flash or Night Scene.
Remedy
I can’t use the flash to take • The shutter button was pressed when the • Wait until the flash has finished charging before
pressing the shutter button.
viewfinder indicator was blinking orange.
pictures.
• The camera is set to Suppres-sed Flash mode.
• The battery is exhausted.
The playback image is too dark • The subject is too far away.
• Your finger is covering the flash.
even though I used the flash.
• Move closer to the subject.
• Hold the camera correctly.
• Clean the lens.
• The lens is soiled.
• Macro photography was used to photograph • Cancel Macro photography.
scenery.
The image is blurred.
I cannot format
SmartMedia.
• Load a new SmartMedia, erase a frame, or
remove the write-protection.
• Set the flash mode to Auto, Red-eye Reduction,
Forced Flash or Night Scene.
• Load new batteries.
the • The SmartMedia is write-protected.
I cannot erase all the frames.
• The frame is protected.
• Remove the write-protection.
(Peel off the write-protect sticker.)
• Remove the frame protection.
• Remove the battery, re-insert them and try
Nothing happens when I use • Camera malfunction.
again.
the camera buttons and
• The Mode Swich has been moved to another • Move the Mode Swich to the correct setting.
switches.
setting.
• Load new batteries.
• The battery is exhausted.
No image appears when I • The Mode Swich is set incorrectly.
press the, “DISP” button.
• Move the Mode Swich to the correct setting.
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Specifications
System
● Model
Digital camera
● Pickup Elements
1/2.7-inch square pixel CCD (1.31 million pixels)
● Resolution
1,280 ✕ 960 pixels/640 ✕ 480 pixels
● File format
DCF-compliant (Exif Ver.2.1 JPEG-compliant), DPOFcompatible
● Viewfinder
Real Galileo type ; Frame coverage : 80%
● Lens
Fujinon optical 3 ✕ ZOOM lens F3.5/F8.7
● Storage media
SmartMedia (3.3V)
● Number of frames recorded
82
● Focus distance
● LCD monitor
f = 6 -18mm (equivalent to 38 -114mm on a 35mm camera)
● Exposure control
64 zones TTL metering, Program AE
(exposure compensation available in Manual mode)
● Sensitivity
Equivalent to ISO 125
● White balance
Auto-selected (7 modes selectable in Manual mode)
● Focal range
Normal : Approx. 0.8m/31.5in. to infinity
Macro : Approx.10cm/3.9in to 80cm/31.5in.
● Shutter speeds
Variable-speed, 1/2 to 1/750 sec. (combined with mechanical shutter)
● Flash (Auto flash using flash control sensor)
Effective range : Wide Approx. 0.2 - 3.5m (7.9in -11.5ft)
: Tele Approx. 0.8 - 3.5m (2.6ft -11.5ft)
Flash modes
: Auto, Red-Eye Reduction,
Forced Flash, Suppressed Flash, Slow Synchro
1.6-inch, 55,000-pixel D-TFD
● Self-Timer
10 sec. timer clock
Pixel
640 ✕ 480
1280 ✕ 960
Quality Mode
FINE
NORMAL
BASIC
FINE
NORMAL
Compression Ratio
Approx.1/4
Approx.1/8
Approx.1/16
Approx.1/4
Approx.1/8
Image Data Size
Approx.610KB Approx.310KB Approx.160KB Approx.160KB Approx.90KB
4MB (MG-4S)
6
12
23
23
44
8MB (MG-8S)
12
24
46
46
89
16MB (MG-16S)
25
49
89
89
163
32MB (MG-32S)
50
99
180
180
330
64MB (MG-64S)
101
198
361
361
663
This camera can handle up to 1,000 image frames.
However, it is not recommended that record images more than 1,000 frames on a SmartMedia.
BASIC
Approx.1/16
Approx.50KB
69
141
246
496
995
Input/Output Terminals
● Digital
USB (1) for image data output with a personal computer
● DC Input
Socket for specified AC power adapter
Power Supply and Others
● Power supply
Use one of the following:
• 4AA-size alkaline batteries
• 4AA-size Ni-MH (nickel metal hydride) batteries (sold
separately)
• 4AA-size long-life (Minimum 1,000mAn) Ni-Cd (nickelcadmium) batteries (sold separately)
• AC-5V AC Power Adapter (sold separately)
● No. of available shots using battery (battery life)
With LCD monitor With LCD monitor
Battery type
ON
OFF
Alkaline batteries Approx.180 frames Approx.450 frames
Ni-MH battery
Approx.180 frames✽ Approx.450 frames✽
HR-3UF
Ni-Cd battery
Approx.120 frames✽ Approx.350 frames✽
KR-3UF
✽ With fully charged battery
This indicates the number of available frames shot
consecutively at room temperature with a flash use rate of
50%. Note that these figures may vary depending on the
ambient temperature and the amount of charge in the battery.
● Conditions for use
Temperature : 0°C to + 40°C (+ 32°F to + 104°F) ; 80%
humidity or less (no condensation)
● Camera dimensions (W/H/D)
125 ✕ 65 ✕ 39mm/4.9 ✕ 2.6 ✕ 1.5in. (not including accessories
and attachments)
● Camera mass (weight)
Approx. 250g/8.8oz (not including accessories, batteries or
SmartMedia)
● Weight for photography
Approx. 350g/12.3oz (including batteries and SmartMedia)
● Accessories
See P.7
● Optional Accessories
See P.71, 72
✽ These specifications are subject to change without notice.
✽ The LCD monitor on your digital camera is manufactured
using advanced high-precision technology. Even so, small
bright points and anomalous colors (particularly around
text) may appear on the monitor. These are normal display
characteristics and do not indicate a fault with the monitor.
This phenomenon will not appear on the recorded image.
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Explanation of Terms
Safety Notes
AF/AE Lock:
● To ensure that you use your FinePix1400 ZOOM
camera correctly, read these Safety Notes and your
Owner’s Manual carefully beforehand.
● After reading these Safety Notes, store them in a safe
place.
On this camera, pressing the shutter button down halfway locks the exposure settings (AF/AE
lock). If you want to change the composition of your shot after you set the exposure, you can
get excellent results by using AF/AE lock before you compose your shot and take the picture.
Auto Power Off Function: If the camera is not used in any way for two minutes or more, the Auto Power Off function
switches the camera off. This is to prevent battery depletion and to avoid wasting power when
the camera is connected to the AC power adapter. Auto Power Off does not operate when the
Auto Power Off function is disabled or a USB connection is used.
DPOF:
EV:
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Digital Print Order Format
DPOF is a format used for recording information on a storage media (image memory card, etc.)
that allows you to specify which of the frames shot using a digital camera are printed and how
many prints are made of each image.
A number that denotes exposure. The EV is determined by the brightness of the subject and
sensitivity (speed) of the film or CCD. The number is larger for bright subjects and smaller for
dark subjects. As the brightness of the subject changes, a digital camera maintains the amount
of light hitting the CCD at a constant level by adjusting the aperture and shutter speed.
When the amount of light striking the CCD doubles, the EV increases by 1. Likewise, when the
light is halved, the EV decreases by 1.
JPEG:
Joint Photographics Experts Group
A file format used for compressing and saving color images. The compression ratio can be
selected, but the higher the compression ratio, the poorer the quality of the expanded image.
White Balance:
Regardless of the type of lighting, the human eye adapts so that a white object still looks white.
On the other hand, devices such as digital still cameras register a white subject as white by first
adjusting their internal color balance to match the color of the ambient light around the subject.
This adjustment process is referred to as matching the white balance. A function that
automatically matches the white balance is called an auto white balance function.
About the Icons
The icons shown below are used in this document to
indicate the severity of the injury or damage that can result
if the information indicated by the icon is ignored and the
product is used incorrectly as a result.
WARNING
This icon indicates that death or
serious injury can result if the
information is ignored.
CAUTION
This icon indicates that personal
injury or material damage can
result if the information is ignored.
The icons shown below are used to indicate the nature of
the information which is to be observed.
Triangular icons notify the user of information
requiring attention (“Important”).
Circular icons with a diagonal bar notify the user
that the action indicated is prohibited
(“Prohibited”).
Filled circles with an exclamation mark notify the
user of an action that must be performed
(“Required”).
WARNING
When a fault arises, switch the camera
off and then remove the batteries and
disconnect 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 Fuji dealer.
Unplug from
power socket.
Do not allow water or foreign objects to
enter the camera.
If water or a foreign object has entered the
camera, switch the camera off and then
remove the batteries and disconnect the AC
power adapter.
Continued use of the camera can cause a
fire or electric shock.
● Contact your Fuji dealer.
Do not place the camera on an unstable
surface.
This can cause the camera to fall or tip over
and cause injury.
Do not use the camera in the bathroom
or shower.
This can cause a fire or electric shock.
Do not use in the
bathroom or shower.
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Safety Notes
WARNING
Never attempt to modify or disassemble
the camera. (Never open the casing.)
Do not use the camera when it has been
dropped or the casing is damaged.
This can cause a fire or electric shock.
● Contact your Fuji dealer.
Never attempt to take pictures whilst in
motion.
Do not use the camera while you are
walking or operating a moving car or other
vehicle.
This can result in you falling down or being
involved in a traffic accident.
Do not heat, modify or attempt to
disassemble the batteries.
Do not drop or subject the batteries to
impacts.
Do not attempt to recharge lithium or
alkaline batteries.
Do not store the batteries with metallic
products.
Any of these actions can cause the
batteries to burst or leak and cause fire or
injury as a result
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WARNING
Do not
disassemble.
CAUTION
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 this camera in locations
severely affected by oil fumes, steam,
humidity or dust.
This can cause a fire or electric shock.
Do not use the batteries except as
specified.
Load the batteries with the poles positioned
as indicated by the 5and 4 marks.
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.
Use only the batteries or AC power
adapter specified for use with this
camera.
The use of other power sources can cause a fire.
If the battery leaks and fluid gets into
your eyes or comes into contact with
your skin or clothing, this can cause
injury or loss of eyesight. Immediately
flush the affected area thoroughly with
clean water and seek medical treatment.
When discarding or storing batteries,
cover the battery terminals with
insulation tape.
● Contact with other metallic objects or
batteries could cause the batteries to
ignite or burst.
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.
This can damage the power cord or cables
and cause a fire or electric shock.
CAUTION
Remove the batteries and disconnect
the AC power adapter when you are
cleaning the camera or if you intend to
leave the camera unused for a long
period.
Failure to do so can cause a fire or electric
shock.
Do not use the flash close to anyone’s
eyes.
This can cause temporary damage to the
person’s eyesight.
Request regular internal testing and
cleaning for your camera.
Build-ups of dust in your camera can cause
a fire or electric shock.
● Contact your Fuji dealer to request
internal cleaning every 2 years.
Do not cover or wrap the camera or the
AC power adapter in a cloth or quilt.
This can cause heat to build up and distort
the casing or cause a fire.
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