Owner`s manual | FujiFilm 320 IXZ Digital Camera User Manual

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Owner’s Manual
CERTIFIED PHOTOFINISHING SERVICE
● Have your film processed by a Photo Finisher which displays the above sign.
● Different Photo Finishers may provide different services.
Consult them for details of their services.
The “CE” mark certifies that this product satisfies the requirements of the EU (European Union) regarding safety, public
health, environment and consumer protection. (“CE” is the
abbreviation of Conformite Euroeepnne.)
This product conforms with Directive 89/336/EEC.
CONTENTS
FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PART NAMES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATTACHING THE STRAP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LOADING THE BATTERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SETTING THE DATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SELECTING THE DATE MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TURNING THE POWER ON/OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LOADING THE FILM CARTRIDGE . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SELECTING THE PRINT FORMAT . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TAKING PICTURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
USING THE AUTO-FOCUS LOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . .
UNLOADING THE FILM CARTRIDGE . . . . . . . . . . .
FILM CARTRIDGE MID-ROLL CHANGE
FUNCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SELECTING THE EXPOSURE MODE . . . . . . . . . .
SELECTING SELF-TIMER MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ERRORS, POSSIBLE CAUSES, AND
REMEDIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CAMERA CARE AND CAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FEATURES
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Thank you for purchasing our product. Read and understand the following manual to insure correct use.
■ Auto Focus 23–69mm Zoom
■ Simple and error-free Drop-In Loading
■ Mid-Roll Change
■ 3 Selectable Print Formats
■ Print Quality Enhancement Through Information
Exchange System
■ Auto Flash
■ Automatic Film Advance and Rewind
■ Auto Focus
■ Auto Exposure
■ Film Safety Lock
■ Date or Time Printing Capability
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(Refer to the illustrations while you read this manual)
PART NAMES
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@7
@8
@9
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@2
@3
#0
#1
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@5
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!2
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Liquid Crystal Display
!9 Self-timer Mode Sign
@0 Landscape Mode Sign
@1 Back Light Compensation/Flash Off Mode Sign
@2 Red-eye Reduction Flash Mode Sign
@3 Date Display (Type of Film Cartridge/Camera ISO
Display)
@4 Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
@5 MRC Button (Mid-Roll Change Button)
@6 Film Cartridge Mark
@7 Battery Capacity Sign
@8 Exposure Counter
@9 SET (Date Set) Button
#0 SEL. (Date Select) Button
#1 MODE Button
#2 DATE Button
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!7
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AE Window
Flash
Viewfinder Window
AF (Auto focus) Light Emitter Window
Red-eye Reduction/Self-timer Lamp
Fujinon Lens
AF (Auto focus) Light Sensor Window
Slide Cover
Shutter Release Button
Viewfinder Eye-piece
AF Lamp (green)
Format Selector
Zoom Lever
Strap Lug
Film Cartridge Compartment Cover Release Knob
Battery Compartment Cover
Film Cartridge Compartment Cover
Tripod Socket
ATTACHING THE STRAP
Fig. 1
Attach the strap as illustrated.
✻ When using a commercial strap, check the
strength and other properties of the strap.
Because straps for cellular telephones, PHS, etc.
are for light devices, be especially careful when
using them.
LOADING THE BATTERY
Fig. 2
Lithium battery to be used: CR123A/DL 123A or
equivalent (one)
Open the Battery Compartment and insert (one) 3V
Lithium battery.
✻ Be sure to reset the date when replacing battery.
✻ Do not load the cartridge before inserting the battery.
✻ One lithium battery has enough power for taking
approximately 300 shots (Based on our test conditions). If multiple rolls of film are being used such
as for vacation or traveling where batteries may
be difficult to obtain, it is advisable to carry a
spare.
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✻ When inserting battery, lens may move if camera
is in the on position. This is a normal occurrence,
not a problem.
Fig. 3
q
w
Once the power is on, you can check the battery
capacity display on the LCD.
q on : Battery capacity is insufficient; provide a
new battery.
w blink: Shutter release will not trip because the
battery has no charge; change the battery.
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SETTING THE DATE
(YEAR : MONTH : DAY/HOUR : MINUTE)
Fig. 4
q Press the DATE Button for more than 2 seconds, until the year number blinks.
w Press the SET Button and adjust the numbers that blink.
e Press the SEL. Button to select the position of the blinking sign year → month → day →
hour → minute order, and adjust each figure using the SET Button.
Adjustable items are as follows.
Year : ’99 - ’30 (1999 - 2030)
Month : 1 - 12
Day
: 1 - 31
Hour : 0 - 23
Minute : 00 - 59
r After adjusting the year → month → day → hour → minute, press the DATE Button.
✻ The year, month, and day change together with the hour and minute.
✻ To set the hour or minute by radio, press the DATE Button when the time signal announces
zero.
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SELECTING THE DATE MODE
Fig. 5
With the Advanced Photo System
The date (year:month:day / hour:minute) can be
printed on the front and back of the print. Front
printing can be seen when inserted in an album and
back printing is convenient for cataloging.
✻ Changes, such as eliminating the date, are possible when reprinting (Some photo-finishers may
not support this feature).
✻ With some backgrounds, the date display on the
front may be difficult to see.
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A
B
E
C
D
Fig. 6
Each time the DATE Button is pressed, the date format changes in sequence.
A Year-Month-Day
B Month-Day-Year
C Day-Month-Year
D Hour-Minute
E No print
The indicated mode is recorded when the picture is
taken, and printed on the front and back of the print
when printed.
✻ Some Print Service shops may not support Front
printing.
✻ Nothing will be printed on the print when the “- - -”
mark is displayed.
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TURNING THE POWER ON/OFF
Fig. 7
When the slide cover is opened by sliding it fully in
the arrow direction, the power is turned on, the flash
lamp pops up, the lens advances, and the camera
enters the "Ready-to-Shoot" state. When the slide
cover is closed, the power is turned off.
✻ When turning on the power, do not press the lens
with your finger. The camera may malfunction.
✻ If the camera is not operated in the “Shoot” state
for 5 minutes, the power is automatically turned
off. If the slide cover is closed, then reopened in
this state, the camera will be set to the “Ready-toShoot” state.
✻ When the power is turned off, all functions are
canceled except Red-eye reduction modes.
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LOADING THE FILM CARTRIDGE
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Fig. 8
IX240 Cartridge film is used.
✻ Do not load the cartridge before inserting the battery.
✻ Confirm that the i and j signs on the film cartridge are white. Cartridges in which the k and
l signs are white cannot be used. (Optical
Double Exposure Prevention.)
(1 unexposed 2 partial 3 exposed 4 processed)
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Fig. 9
q
With the Advanced Photo System
After closing the slide cover, ( q)move the Film
Cartridge Compartment Cover Release Knob in the
arrow direction, open the Film Cartridge
Compartment Cover.
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e
Fig. 10
(w) Turn the camera over and drop in the film cartridge.
(e) Close the Film Cartridge Compartment Cover.
✻ Do not apply unnecessary force to the Film
Cartridge Compartment Cover.
Fig. 11
When the Film Cartridge Compartment Cover is
closed, the film is automatically advanced and “H”
is displayed on the LCD. While the film is being
advanced to the first frame, the film type and speed
are displayed.
(A: Type of Film Cartridge)
(B: Film speed)
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A
B
Type of Film Cartridge
Color Negative Positive Black and White
Other
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o
No display
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SELECTING THE PRINT FORMAT
Fig. 12
With the Advanced Photo System
The style of print required can be selected from
amongst C, H and P. Use the Format Selector to
select the required print style.
✻ The print format can also be changed when making reprints, however the field of view remains the
same.
Fig. 13
A
A
B
A C Print (2:3)
B H Print (9:16)
C P Print (1:3)
( ) represents the aspect ratio.
( A : Parallax correction mark)
C
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Fig. 14
A: Viewfinder
B: Print finishing
● With taking close-up picture
When pictures are taken at distances closer than
about 1.5m, the information within the
range
shown above is not printed.
✻ When taking close ups, the area seen through the
viewfinder and the area actually photographed
will be different. (Because the viewfinder and the
lens are in different locations.) The parallax correction mark is the criteria for the difference
between the area seen through the viewfinder
and the area actually photographed.
( A : Parallax correction mark)
Fig. 15
No matter what print format of the C/H/P was selected, the size of the photograph on the film may be
the same(16.7 x 30.2mm). Depending on the print
format selected during printing, the image (image of
size in table) photographed within the area above
may be printed.
A
A
B
H&P
C
H&C
P
C
H
P
about 16 x 23 mm about 16 x 28 mm about 10 x 28 mm
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TAKING PICTURES
Fig. 16
Hold the camera firmly with both hands.
When holding vertically, keep the flash lamp upward.
✻ Be careful not to block the camera lens, flash and
AE and AF Windows with your finger or strap.
The subject will not be focused correctly.
Fig. 17
If you want to increase the size of the subject, slide
the zoom lever to the right s for a telephoto shot. If
you want a wider field of view, slide the zoom lever
to the left t for a wide-angle shot.
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Fig. 18
Aim at the subject so that it fills the whole AF frame.
( A : AF (Autofocus) frame)
Fig. 19
When the shutter release button is pressed halfway
and the AF lamp (green) turns on, focusing is complete. When the shutter trips, the flash fires and the
film advances to the next frame.
✻ While the shutter release button is pressed
halfway, the film speed and type of film is indicated in the LCD.
✻ When the camera is brought within about 1m of
the subject, the AF lamp will blink to warn you that
the subject is not focused. If the camera is
brought about 30cm closer to the subject, the subject cannot be focused even if the AF lamp may
light.
✻ During the charging time of the flash, the shutter
cannot be released.
A
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In dark places, photos should be taken within the following flash lamp ranges.
Effective Flash Lamp Ranges
Film speed
Wide angle (23mm) Telephoto (69mm)
ISO 100
1.0 - 2.5
1.0 - 1.7
ISO 200
1.0 - 3.5
1.0 - 2.5
ISO 400
1.0 - 5.0
1.0 - 3.5
(Using color negative film; units; m)
In the following cases, the camera may not be able to focus
on the subject. Such subjects must be shot using the “AutoFocus” lock or “Landscape Mode”. (refer to Fig. 20-22 and
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q A bright light source such as the sun is near the subject or
there is reflected light (from the windscreen of a vehicle,
waves, etc.) near the subject.
w A mirror or light-reflecting surfaces such as metals are near
the center of the picture.
e When shooting black light-absorbing subjects such as hair.
r There are gaseous substances such as flame or smoke.
t Taking pictures through glass.
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USING THE AUTO-FOCUS LOCK
Fig. 20
In the composition shown above, the AF frame is off
the subject (in this case, the people). In this state,
the Lens will not focus on the subject.
Fig. 21
Move the camera slightly so that the subject is inside
the AF frame.
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Fig. 22
Press the Shutter Release Button halfway down (AF
lock) without moving the camera and confirm that
the AF lamp (Green) lights.
While holding the Shutter Release Button halfway
down to keep the Auto-Focus lock on, move the
camera back to the original position to recompose
your picture, then press the Shutter Release Button
all the way down to take picture.
✻ The Auto-Focus lock operation can be repeated
any number of times before the shutter trips.
UNLOADING THE FILM CARTRIDGE
Fig. 23
When the last frame has been exposed, and film is
rewound. The Exposure Counter shows the number
of frames remaining after subtracting the exposed
frames from the specified number of frames. When
rewinding of the film is finished, the “B” sign will
appear on the Exposure Counter.
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Fig. 24
After “B” sign appears in the Exposure Counter and
the motor stops, move the Film Cartridge
Compartment Cover Release Knob in the arrow
direction, open the Film Cartridge Compartment
Cover, and take out the cartridge.
✻ Confirm the “B ” sign in the Exposure Counter
before opening the Film Cartridge Compartment
Cover. Otherwise, camera trouble or accidental
exposure of the film may occur.
✻ Do not apply unnecessary force to the Film
Cartridge Compartment Cover.
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FILM CARTRIDGE MID-ROLL CHANGE FUNCTION
Fig. 25
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When taking out the cartridge in mid-roll, turn on the
power, by opening the Slide Cover, and then rewind
the film by pressing the MRC (Mid-Roll Change)
Button. When “B ” is displayed on the Exposure
Counter and the motor stops, take out the cartridge.
Confirm that j 2 sign on the cartridge is white.
✻ If the MRC button is pressed when the power is
off, the film may not be rewound. Turn on the
power before rewinding the film.
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Fig. 26
Load a new film cartridge (with a white i cartridge
status mark). The film will be advanced to the first
frame, and the number of exposures specified on the
film cartridge will appear on the LCD.
When the film cartridge unloaded in a mid-roll (with
j cartridge status mark) is loaded again, the film will
be advanced automatically to the first unexposed
frame allowing you to use the film continuously.
✻ Even if you forget how many frames you have
exposed in the film cartridge changed in mid-roll,
there is no problem. Load the film cartridge again.
Your camera will automatically set the film to the
first unexposed frame, and the LCD will tell you
how many more frames you can take pictures.
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✻
Cautions Concerning the Mid-roll Change Function
When a cartridge that has been removed in mid-roll (j is displayed) is reloaded into the camera, if “ B ” blinks in the
Exposure Counter, reload the cartridge once more, avoiding
the following locations.
• Anywhere near a drier, fan, vacuum cleaner, etc., which has
a rotating motor.
• Near an active TV or personal computer display.
If a cartridge is removed in mid-roll j and then loaded into a
camera which does not have the MRC function, the cartridge
will be set to exposed k and can no longer be used.
A cartridge removed in mid-roll k from a camera which does
not have the MRC function cannot be used even if loaded
into this camera.
If a cartridge is removed in mid-roll j and sent to the processor, all frames on the entire roll will be developed. Expose all
frames on the roll before sending the cartridge to the processor for development.
Mid-Roll change of cartridge is guaranteed only among our
FOTONEX/ENDEAVOR series and nexia series of cameras
with MRC functions. If a cartridge exposed with another
make of camera with an MRC function is used, operation
may not be normal.
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SELECTING THE EXPOSURE MODE
Fig. 27
Display the desired Exposure Mode or Self-timer
Mode by pressing the Mode Button.
✻ Back Light Compensation Flash Mode, Flash Off
Mode, Landscape Mode and Self-timer Mode are
cancelled automatically when the power is turned.
✻ The Landscape Mode and Self-timer Mode are
canceled each time a picture is taken.
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Fig. 28
(
:no display) Automatic Flash at low
Brightness Mode
Used when taking ordinary pictures
The flash lamp fires automatically when the brightness of the subject is lower than the predetermined
level.
✻ When the Power Switch is turned on, the camera
is automatically set to this mode.
Fig. 29
(b) Red-eye Reduction Flash Mode
Used when you want to take your object’s pupils
naturally in a dark place
The Red-eye Reduction Lamp turns on for about 1
second, then the camera takes a picture when the
flash fires.
✻ Do not move the camera between pressing of the
shutter release button and firing of the flash.
✻ The flash fires without regard to the brightness of
the subject.
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A word on red-eye
When you photograph a person’s face in dim light with flash, the
eye will sometimes turn out red in the picture. This happens as
the light from the flash enters the eyes and is reflected back into
the camera lens. In the Red-eye Reduction Flash Mode, the
subject’s pupils are closed down before the flash fires.
In addition to using this mode, take the following actions:
• Ask the person being photographed to look directly at the
camera.
• Take pictures by approaching as close as possible to the person.
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Fig. 30
(c) Back Light Compensation Flash Mode
Used when taking against-the-light pictures of a
person standing by a window or under the shade
of a tree
Flash pictures taken even in a bright place.
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Fig. 31
(d) Flash Off Mode
Used when taking pictures with the room illumination being utilized, or taking pictures of a remote
subject to which the flash light does not reach, for
example, in a theater or a stadium
The flash stops firing.
✻ When taking pictures in a dark place, we recommend the use of a tripod to prevent the camera
from shaking.
Fig. 32
(e) Landscape Mode
Used when taking landscape pictures clearly or
photographing remote (night) scenes through window glass
The lens is focused for the remote subjects. The
flash does not fire under this mode.
✻ This mode is automatically cancelled per shot.
✻ When taking pictures in a dark place, we recommend the use of a tripod to prevent the camera
from shaking.
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SELECTING SELF-TIMER MODE
Fig. 33
Press the Mode Button to display the self-timer symbol “r” on the LCD.
✻ In self-timer shooting, the “Automatic Flash at low
Brightness Mode” or “Back Light Compensation
Flash Mode” can be selected.
Fig. 34
Press the Shutter Release Button, and the Self-timer
Lamp will turn on. Lamp lights steadily for 7 seconds, then blinks for remaining 3 seconds before
flash the fires and the shutter is released. At the
same time, the flash lamp fires in response to the
brightness of the subject.
✻ Do not stand in front of the camera and press the
shutter release button. It could cause poor focus
or underexposure.
✻ The self timer mode is cancelled automatically
when a photo is taken, or the power is turned off.
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ERRORS, POSSIBLE CAUSES, AND REMEDIES
During operation
Error
Possible Causes
Remedies
Exposure counter shows blinking
“B G” sign though film cartridge
has been loaded and film cartridge
compartment cover has been
closed.
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Open the film cartridge compartment cover and check the film cartridge status mark. Are you using a
film cartridge with a white i (1)
or j(2) cartridge status mark ?
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Unload the film cartridge and load an
unused film cartridge or a film cartridge
with unexposed frames remaining.
A cartridge has been inserted, but
the counter is not displayed on the
LCD.
The film will not wind.
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Check to ascertain that the batteries have been inserted after the
cartridge.
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The shot will not be taken if the shutter
was operated in this condition. Remove
the cartridge without rewinding, and then
reload it again.
The shutter release won’t trip.
q “D” symbol is blinking.
w The power is not on.
q Replace the battery with a new one.
w Turn on the power by opening the slide
e “B” is lit on the exposure counter.
cover and set the camera to the readyto-shoot state.
e Unload the film cartridge and load an
unused film cartridge or a film cartridge
with unexposed frames remaining.
The film cartridge compartment
cover cannot be opened.
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Are you attempting to unload the
film carriage in the middle of a roll ?
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Rewind the film with the MRC Button.
Unload the film cartridge after “B ”
appears in the exposure counter and the
motor stops.
The film is not rewound even if the
MRC Button is pressed.
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Were pictures taken with the slide
cover closed?
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Open the slide cover, then press the MRC
Button again.
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Printed pictures
Error
Picture is not sharp.
Possible Causes
Remedies
q Was your finger on the AF win-
q When shooting a picture, hold your cam-
dows when shooting?
w Did you focus on the subject cor-
rectly ?
e Is the lens dirty ?
r Was the camera shaking ?
t Did you select e mode when tak-
era correctly so that your finger is not on
the AF windows.
w Make sure that the AF frame is on your
subject or the use Auto-Focus lock technique.
e Clean the lens.
r Hold the camera firmly and press the
shutter release button gently. When using
slow shutter speeds, we recommend the
use of a tripod.
t Take pictures in other than e mode.
ing a close-up picture ?
Picture is dark.
q Was the subject too far from the
camera for flash photography in a
dark place ?
w Was your finger over the flash ?
q Take pictures within the specified cover-
age distance of the flash.
w Be careful not to cover the flash with your
finger.
Printed date (time) is incorrect.
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The date is not printed on the front.
q Wasn’t “- - -” selected before tak-
Did you correct the date (time)
after loading or replacing the battery ?
ing pictures?
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Correct the date (time) after loading or
replacing the battery.
q Select a date mode other than “- - - ”
before taking pictures.
w Some photo finishers may not sup-
port printing on the front.
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w Consult your nearest photo finisher.
SPECIFICATIONS
Film Advance
Automatic motorized wind and rewind
system, provisions for mid-roll rewinding
and Cartridge Mid-Roll Replacement
Flash
Pop-up Auto flash,6 sec. recycle time. Automatic flash at low brightness mode/Redeye Reduction flash mode/Back Light
Compensation mode/Flash off mode
Self-timer
Electronically controlled, 10 seconds delay, self-timer on lamp
Liquid Crystal Display Exposure Mode Sign, Self-timer Mode
Sign, Battery Capacity Sign, Film Cartridge Mark, Date, Exposure Counter,
Type of Film Cartridge, Film Sensitivity
Date Recording
Magnetic recording system. Recordable
on each frame. Date, print type, and PQI
(Picture Quality Improvement) information
Power Supply
One lithium battery, CR 123A /DL 123A or
equivalent
Others
Built-in lens cover; with tripod socket
Dimensions & Weight 113.5 x 62.0 x 42.5 mm
175 g (without battery)
Film
Picture Size
Print Format
Lens
IX240 cartridge film
16.7 x 30.2 mm
C/H/P switchable
Fujinon Lens, 5 components, 5 elements,
f=23 – 69 mm / 1:6.7 – 1:12.5
Viewfinder
Real image zoom finder, 0.33 – 0.87 x
magnification, with AF frame (C, H, and P
formats switchable), parallax correction
mark, AF lamp
Focusing
Active infrared auto focus 1m – ∞ with AF
lock, landscape mode (long distance lens
position setting, flash off setting), AF lamp
(turns on when focusing completes)
Shutter
Programmed electronic shutter (1/8 –
1/300 sec.)
Exposure Control Automatic,
interlocking range (ISO 200)
W: EV11 – 14
T: EV13 (✻11) – 14
(✻ is when the flash is disabled.)
Film Speed Setting Automatic (Date Disc System), ISO 100,
200, 400
Film Loading
Single touch drop-in loading system, Film
safety lock system with optical erroneous
loading prevention system
✻ Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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CAMERA CARE AND CAUTIONS
1. Your camera is a precision instrument which requires careful handling. Do not expose it to shock, liquid, or drop it on
the floor.
1) If you use the camera at the seaside or in light rain, be
careful not to get it wet. Also be careful not to put the
camera in places where it will be easily exposed to
sand.
2) Dropping the camera on the floor or striking it against
hard objects sometimes causes trouble even though it
may be in the camera case. Also do not put the camera in places where it is exposed to vibrations (such as
the trunk of a car).
2. If you are not using your camera for a long time, keep it
where it will be safe from heat, moisture, dust, and harmful
gases (such as naphthalene which is used in drawers).
3. Since this camera is computer-controlled, it almost never
operates erroneously. If erroneous operation should occur,
remove and then reload the battery.
4. This advanced photo system magnetically records the
information on the film. Therefore, do not expose film cartridges or a film cartridge loaded camera to strong magnetic fields.
5. Do not put the camera in a closed car for a long time.
6. It is recommended that undeveloped film and cameras containing film are carried as hand luggage when using aircraft. If included in checked-in baggage, X-ray inspections
may cause overprinting or other effects.
7. Remove soil and dust from the lens, the AF window and
the finder with an air blower and by wiping lightly with a
piece of soft cloth. If that is not enough, wipe off gently with
Lens Cleaning Paper, moistened slightly with Lens
Cleaning Liquid. Do not use organic solvents such as alcohol and benzene.
8. The operating temperature range of the camera is from
–10°C to +40°C.
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10 New Industrial Road, Singapore 536201
FUJI PHOTO FILM (THAILAND) LTD.
S.P. Building, 8th Floor, 388 Phaholyothin Road, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
FUJI PHOTO FILM (MALAYSIA) SDN. BHD.
Letter Box 3, 3rd Floor Office Block 1, Crystal Plaza Lot 4, Jalan 51A/223, 46100 Petaling Jaya Selangor Darul Ehsan Malaysia
FUJI PHOTO FILM CO., LTD., TAIPEI OFFICE
Rm. 601, Hung Chong Bldg., No.38, Sec. 6, Min Chuan E. Road, Taipei 11412, Taiwan, Republic of China
FUJI PHOTO FILM CO., LTD., SEOUL OFFICE
Samduck Bldg. 6F., 144-1, Samsung-Dong, Kang Nam-ku, Seoul 135-090, Korea
FUJI PHOTO FILM CO., LTD., BEIJING REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE
Beijing Fortune Bldg. No. 817, 5, Dong Sanhuan Bei-lu, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China 100004
FUJI PHOTO FILM CO., LTD., HO CHI MINH OFFICE
29-31 Ton That Thiep St., Q.I Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
FUJI PHOTO FILM CO., LTD., NEW DELHI OFFICE
Le Meridian Commercial Tower 8F Janpath, New Delhi 110001, India
In Oceania
FUJI PHOTO FILM CO., LTD., SYDNEY REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE
c/o Hanimex Pty. Limited, Old Pittwater Road, Brookvale, N.S.W. 2100, Australia
In Middle East
FUJI PHOTO FILM CO., LTD., DUBAI OFFICE
No. 4G-17, L.O.B. No. 4, P.O. BOX 17212, Jebel Ali, Dubai, U.A.E.
Printed in China
BB10890-100
FGS-991111-Ni-01
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