Owner`s manual | FujiFilm S100 Digital Camera User Manual

Getting Ready
Using the Camera
Advanced Features
• Photography
• Playback
OWNER’S MANUAL
This manual will show you how to use
your FUJIFILM DIGITAL CAMERA
FinePix S100FS correctly.
Please follow the instructions carefully.
• Movie
Settings
Camera Connection
Software
Installation
Appendices
Troubleshooting
BL00672-201(1)
Warning
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain
or moisture.
For customers in Canada
For customers in the U.S.A.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
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With FCC Standards
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cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
CAUTION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
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interference by one or more of the following measures:
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with a Fujifilm-specified ferrite-core A/V cable, USB cable, and DC
supply cord.
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CAUTION
Please read the Safety Notes (separate note “Notes
and Cautions”) and make sure you understand them
before using the camera.
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FUJIFILM DIGITAL CAMERA FinePix S100FS
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Contents
Warning................................................................. 2
IMPORTANT ......................................................... 3
EC Declaration of Conformity................................ 4
Disposal of Electric and Electronic Equipment in
Private Households ......................................... 5
Contents................................................................ 6
About this Manual ................................................. 9
Accessories Included .......................................... 10
Camera Parts and Features................................ 11
Example of screen Text Display.......................... 14
Getting Ready
Attaching the Strap, Lens Cap and Lens Hood... 15
Charging the Battery ........................................... 17
Loading the Battery ............................................. 19
Loading the Memory Card................................... 21
Turning On and Off ............................................. 24
Setting the language, date, and time .......... 24
Correcting the Date and Time ............................. 27
Selecting the Language ...................................... 28
Basic Operation Guide ........................................ 29
Using the Camera
Taking Pictures (B AUTO Mode) ................. 32
Using Intelligent Face Detection when
taking pictures .......................................... 37
Using the Dual Image Stabilizer function
when taking pictures ................................ 39
Taking pictures with the focus and
exposure locked ....................................... 40
AF-assist illuminator.................................... 42
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Using zoom function...................................
Adjusting the shot composition ..................
Viewing the Images ............................................
Erasing the Images/Movies ..........................
Using the (AE-L) button .........................
Erasing the images using
[PLAYBACK MENU] ................................
42
43
44
49
49
49
Advanced Features — Photography
Automatic Adjustment of Shooting Condition .....
Using the Shooting Functions —
Procedure of Setting .....................................
Setting Shooting Mode .......................................
B Auto.................................................
FSB (film simulation bracketing)........
,
SCENE POSITION.....................
N Program AE............................................
M Shutter Priority AE..................................
< Aperture Priority AE ...............................
> Manual...................................................
,
Custom.........................................
Adjusting the Image Brightness
(D Exposure Compensation) .......................
Adjusting Light Metering (Photometry) ...............
AE-L Using AE Lock...........................................
Continuous AF....................................................
Manual focus ......................................................
Changing the sensitivity setting ([S ISO]) .........
e Macro/> Super Macro (Close-up) ................
d Setting the Flash (Intelligent Flash) ................
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53
55
55
55
56
59
60
62
63
65
66
68
69
70
71
73
75
76
* Self-Timer....................................................... 79
Setting self-timer ......................................... 79
Taking pictures using self-timer .................. 79
f Taking pictures continuously ......................... 81
[f TOP 7 (RAW 3)] continuous
shooting.................................................... 82
[
TOP503] (approx. 7 frames/sec.)...... 82
[
DYNAMIC RANGE BKT]...................... 82
[j AE BKT] ................................................ 83
Using [SHOOTING MENU] ................................. 85
Setting the [SHOOTING MENU] ................. 85
List of [SHOOTING MENU] options ............ 86
[SHOOTING MENU] ........................................... 88
Setting the Film Simulation
([
FILM SIMULATION]) ........................ 88
Setting the Dynamic Range
([
DYNAMIC RANGE]) ......................... 88
Changing the quality setting
([
QUALITY]) ........................................ 89
Setting Color ([ COLOR])........................ 90
Setting Contrast ([ TONE]) ..................... 90
Adjust the image outline (hard/soft)
([ SHARPNESS]) ................................. 91
Adjusting color balance
([T WHITE BALANCE]) ......................... 91
White Balance Fine Tune
(
WB FINE TUNE) ............................... 93
Shoot the same image with different
exposure ([
AE BKT EV STEPS]) ........ 93
Adjust the amount of light emitted by the flash
([
FLASH] (Brightness Adjustment)) .... 94
Using External Flash
([
EXTERNAL FLASH]) .......................
Specifying the focusing area
([H AF MODE]) ......................................
Focusing the shot quickly
([
HIGH-SPEED SHOOTING]) ............
Saving your favorite settings
(
CUSTOM SET) .................................
95
97
99
99
Advanced Features — Playback
Playback Information........................................
Using [PLAYBACK MENU]...............................
Setting the [PLAYBACK MENU] ..............
List of [PLAYBACK MENU] option ...........
[PLAYBACK MENU].........................................
Setting automatic playback
([ SLIDE SHOW]) ..............................
Correcting red-eye effect in images
([ RED EYE REMOVAL])...................
Rotating the images
([ IMAGE ROTATE])..........................
Protecting the images
([ PROTECT]) ....................................
Copying the images
([V COPY]) ..........................................
Adding voice memos to the images
([ VOICE MEMO])..............................
Trimming the images
([ TRIMMING])...................................
DPOF set frame
([ PRINT ORDER (DPOF)]) ...............
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101
101
101
102
102
102
103
104
106
107
110
112
Continued Q
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Contents
Advanced Features — Movie
r Recording Movies ........................................ 116
Changing movie size................................. 118
w Playing Back Movies ................................... 119
Settings
[U SET-UP]..................................................... 121
Using the [SET-UP] menu......................... 121
[SET-UP] menu option .............................. 122
Camera Connection
Connecting to a TV ........................................... 132
Using the AC power adapter
(sold separately) .......................................... 133
Connecting Camera Directly to Printer —
PictBridge Function ..................................... 134
Software Installation
Installation on a Windows PC ........................... 138
Installation on a Mac OS X ............................... 140
Connecting to a PC ........................................... 143
Using FinePixViewer................................. 146
Appendices
System Expansion Option................................. 147
Accessories Guide ............................................ 148
Using Your Camera Correctly ........................... 150
Notes on the xD-Picture Card™, the SD Memory
Card and the Internal Memory..................... 151
Warning Displays .............................................. 152
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting................................................ 157
Specifications ................................................. 163
Explanation of Terms ..................................... 170
FUJIFILM Digital Camera Worldwide
Network..................................................... 172
Usable Memory Cards
You can use the xD-Picture Card, the SD Memory Card and
the SDHC Memory Card with the FinePix S100FS. In this
Owner’s Manual, these cards are expressed as “Memory
Card” and “SD Memory Card”.
About this Manual
Z About marks
CAUTION
This mark denotes issues that may affect the camera’s operation.
CHECK
This mark denotes points to notice in the camera’s operation.
MEMO
This mark denotes additional topics that complement the basic operating procedures.
Z Usable Memory Cards
You can use the xD-Picture Card, the SD Memory Card and the SDHC Memory Card with the FinePix S100FS. In this Owner’s
Manual, these cards are expressed as “Memory Card” and “SD Memory Card”.
Z 4-direction (nopq) button
Up, down, left, and right are indicated by black triangles in the Owner’s Manual. Up or down is shown as n or o, and left or
right is shown as p or q.
When pressing q:
When pressing DISP/BACK:
Z Command dial
You can select frames (files) or menus more easily by rotating the command dial instead of nopq. This manual is
explained with nopq.
Z Note
In this manual, the menu names or messages displayed in the LCD monitor appear in square brackets([ ]).
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Accessories Included
• Rechargeable battery NP-140 (1)
• A/V cable (1)
• Battery charger BC-140 (1)
• USB cable (1)
• Shoulder strap (1)
• CD-ROM (1)
Software for FinePix
• Lens cap (1)
• Owner’s Manual (this manual) (1)
• Notes and Cautions (1)
• Lens cap holder (1)
• Lens hood (1)
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Camera Parts and Features
• Refer to the pages in parentheses for information on using the camera parts or features.
A Mode dial
B Strap mount (p.15)
C Power switch (p.24)
D Shutter button
E ISO (ISO sensitivity) button (p.73)
F D (Exposure compensation) button (p.66, 100)
G Command dial
H Microphone
Continued Q
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Camera Parts and Features
I AF-assist illuminator (p.42)/Self-timer lamp (p.80)
J DC IN 8V (power input) socket (p.133)
K A/V OUT (Audio/Visual output) socket (p.132)
L ; USB socket
M Flash (p.32, 76)
N Hot shoe (p.95)
O d (Flash pop-up) button (p.29, 76)
P f (Continuous shooting) button (p.81)
Q
Dual IS button (p.39)
R Terminal cover
S Focus mode selector switch (p.32, 70, 71)
T
(One-touch AF) button (p.71)
U Speaker
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V Viewfinder (EVF)
W EVF/LCD (monitor selector) button (p.33)
X LCD monitor
Y DISP (Display)/BACK button (p.43, 44)
Z Tripod mount
! Battery cover (p.19)
_ AE-L (AE lock) button (p.69)
# Photometry selector dial (p.68)
$ w (Playback) button (p.44)
% Indicator lamp (p.36)
^
Intelligent Face Detection (p.37, 48)/Red-eye
removal button (p.37)
& nopq (4-direction) button
* MENU/OK button
( Slot cover (p.21)
) Memory Card slot (p.21)
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Example of screen Text Display
Z Shooting mode
N 16
25
ISO 100
2050.12.31 12:00 AM
2000
F2.8
A e Macro (close-up) (p.75)
B d Flash (p.76)
C
Intelligent Face Detection
(p.37)
D
Dual IS mode (p.39)
E
Shooting mode (p.55)
F
Battery level indicator
(p.18)
G ) Photometry (p.68)
H 9 White balance (p.91)
I AF frame (p.34)
J Date/Time (p.25)
K Shutter speed (p.61)
L Aperture (p.62)
M ( Self-timer (p.79)
N Sensitivity (p.73)
O
N Quality mode (p.89)
P Number of available frames
(p.168)
Q
Film simulation (p.88)
R
Dynamic range (p.88)
S {AF warning (p.152)
T
Camera shake warning
(p.152)
U Y Internal memory (p.23)
V
High-speed shooting
(p.99)
W f Continuous shooting
(p.81)
X Exposure compensation
indicator (p.66)
Y S Exposure compensation
(p.66)
Z Playback mode
100-0001
N
A
Intelligent Face Detection (p.48)
B w Playback mode (p.44)
C # Voice memo (p.107)
D
Red-eye removal (p.102)
E
Portrait Enhancer mode (p.57)
F F Protection (p.104)
G Frame number (p.126)
H
Present (p.44)
I u DPOF (p.112)
2050.12.31 12:00 AM
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FinePix S100FS has internal memory that can store images without Memory Card. Y appears on the screen when the internal
memory is active.
Attaching the Strap, Lens Cap and Lens Hood
Attaching the strap and lens cap
Pull the lens cap cord through the strap.
3
Attach the lens cap.
Getting Ready
1
2
After securing the strap through the lens
cap holder, attach the strap to the strap
mounts on the camera. Once you have
attached both ends of the strap, check
carefully to make sure that the strap is
firmly secured.
CAUTION
• Attach the strap correctly to prevent dropping the
camera.
• Attach the lens cap cord to prevent losing the lens cap.
MEMO
Make sure that the lens cap
does not appear in your shot
when taking a picture, attach it
to the lens cap holder.
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Attaching the Strap, Lens Cap and Lens Hood
Attaching the lens hood
When attaching the lens hood, it is effective for reducing
ghost images and flare in backlit scenes. Camera
provides crisp, clear shots.
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1
Align the indicators on the camera and lens
hood, and fit the lens hood to the lens.
2
Turn the lens hood clockwise until it clicks.
MEMO
As in storing lens hood into the
soft case, the lens hood can be
attached upside down.
Charging the Battery
The battery is not fully charged at shipment and must be fully charged before being used.
1
Load the battery in to the battery charger
BC-140.
Getting Ready
Z Compatible battery
Rechargeable Battery NP-140 (1)
Set the battery correctly as indicated by the polarity
icon.
Rechargeable
battery NP-140
Terminals
Indicator
Battery Charger
BC-140
CAUTION
• The battery is not fully charged at shipment and must be
fully charged before being used.
• Do not stick labels onto the battery as this could cause
the battery to become jammed inside the camera.
• Any contact between the battery terminals could cause
the battery to short circuit and overheat.
• See “Notes and Cautions” for information on the
battery.
• Always use the Rechargeable Battery NP-140
(included). The use of other brands of rechargeable
battery could cause faults or damage to the camera.
• Do not split or peel outer labels of the battery.
2
Connect the battery charger and
connecting cable and plug the connecting
cable into the power outlet.
3
The charging indicator blinks orange and
charging begins.
When charging is completed, the indicator lights
orange.
Charging completes after 130 minutes.
Continued Q
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Charging the Battery
Z <Charging Indicator and Statuses>
Charging
Indicator
Off
Lit orange
Blinking
orange
Status
Checking the battery charge
Action
Battery not loaded
Load the battery to be
charged.
Battery fault during
charging
Unplug the battery
charger and remove
the battery from the
battery charger.
Fully charged
(charging complete)
Remove the battery
from the battery
charger.
Charging
–
CAUTION
• Unplug the battery charger from the power outlet when
it is not in use.
• If the terminals of battery are soiled, it may not be
possible to charge it. Clean the battery terminals and
battery charger terminals with a clean, dry cloth.
• Charging times increase at low temperatures.
• The NP-140 gradually loses its charge even when not
used. Charge a NP-140 just before taking pictures (in
the last day or two).
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Turn the camera on and check the battery level indicator
on the LCD monitor.
A There is ample battery charge. (Lit white)
B The battery is almost half charged. (Lit white)
C There is insufficient charge left in the battery. The
battery will soon run out. Have a charged battery
ready. (Lit red)
D The battery is depleted. The display will shortly go
blank and the camera will stop working. Replace or
recharge the battery. (Blinking red)
CAUTION
• Due to the nature of the battery, the battery level
indicator (
,
, or V) may appear early
when the camera is used in cold locations. Try warming
the battery in your pocket or a similar location before
use.
• Battery with no remaining charge (V blinking red)
may cause camera faults. Always load a fully charged
battery.
• Depending on the camera mode, the transition from
to V may occur more quickly.
Loading the Battery
Battery is required to operate the digital camera. At first, load the battery in the camera.
Open the battery cover.
2
Load the battery as shown below.
Make sure that the indicators are aligned to load the
battery. Check that the battery is firmly held in place.
Getting Ready
1
Indicators
CAUTION
CHECK
Check that the camera is turned off before opening the
battery cover.
Load the battery in the correct direction.
3
Close the battery cover.
CAUTION
• Do not open the battery cover while the camera is on.
This could damage the Memory Card or ruin the image
files on the Memory Card.
• Do not apply force to the battery cover.
CHECK
Make sure to close the battery cover securely until you
hear a click.
Continued Q
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Loading the Battery
Removing the battery
Battery release catch
Open the battery cover, and unlock the battery release catch
with your finger.
CAUTION
Make sure the camera is turned off before removing the
battery.
MEMO
If you want to use the camera powered by AC, the AC power
adapter, AC-84V (sold separately) is necessary. Refer to the
manual provided with the AC-84V for instructions.
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Loading the Memory Card
SD Memory Cards/SDHC Memory Cards
They are operation-checked at FUJIFILM Corporation.
Manufacturer: SanDisk
MEMO
2
Insert a Memory Card.
(xD-Picture Card)
Getting Ready
Although you can store pictures in the camera’s internal memory, you can store many more images on the Memory Card (sold
separately). You can use the xD-Picture Card and the SD Memory Card with the FinePix S100FS. In this Owner’s Manual,
these cards are expressed as “Memory Card”.
Gold marking
• Compatible models will be updated in our website:
http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/index.html
• Depending on the SD Memory Card, recording of
movies may be interrupted.
Use of above mentioned SD Memory Cards are
recommended.
• The camera is not compatible with multimedia cards.
1
Open the slot cover.
Gold contact area
Align the gold marking with the gold contact area,
then insert an xD-Picture Card completely.
(SD Memory Card)
Gold marking
CAUTION
Do not open the slot cover while the camera is on. This
could damage the Memory Card or ruin the image files on
the Memory Card.
Gold contact area
Align the gold marking with the gold contact area,
then insert an SD Memory Card completely.
Continued Q
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Loading the Memory Card
CAUTION
Be sure to unlock the protection of the SD Memory Card
before inserting it. If it is locked, recording/deleting
images, as well as formatting are not available. To unlock
the protection, slide the switch back, and the SD Memory
Card will work normally.
3
Close the slot cover.
Protection
switch
How to replace the Memory Card
CAUTION
• A new SD Memory Card or a card previously used on a
PC or any device other than the camera should be
formatted (➝p.129) on the camera before use.
• Do not use a miniSD adaptor or a microSD adaptor
which have exposed contact areas on the back. Use of
these adaptors may cause a malfunction or damage
due to the improper contacts.
A miniSD adaptor or microSD adaptor bigger than SD
Memory Card standard size may become stuck. Pulling
out forcefully may cause a malfunction. In that case,
contact your FUJIFILM dealer.
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Push the Memory Card into the slot and then slowly remove
your finger. The lock is released and the Memory Card is
pushed out.
CAUTION
Z About internal memory
AUTO
ISO AUTO(1600)
12/ 31
12
31/ 2050
FinePix S100FS has internal
memory that can store
images without Memory
Card. Y appears on the
screen when internal
memory is active.
Getting Ready
• When storing Memory Cards, make sure that they are
kept out of the reach of children. A Memory Card could
be swallowed and cause suffocation. If a child swallows
a Memory Card, seek medical attention or call
emergency number right away.
• If the Memory Cards is oriented incorrectly, it will not go
all the way into the slot. Do not apply force when
inserting a Memory Card.
• Note that the Memory Cards may spring out if you
release your finger quickly from the card immediately
after the lock is released.
• Operation of this camera is only guaranteed when it is
used with FUJIFILM xD-Picture Card and operationchecked SD Memory Card (➝p.21).
• See p.151 for information on the xD-Picture Card, SD
Memory Card and the Internal Memory.
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When a Memory Card (sold separately) is inserted
Record images:
Record images to a Memory Card.
Playback images: Playback images in a Memory Card.
When a Memory Card (sold separately) is not inserted
Record images:
Record images to internal memory.
Playback images: Playback images in internal memory.
MEMO
• The size of an image file varies depending on the
subject. For this reason, the number recorded may not
represent the actual number of frames.
• See p.168 for information on the standard number of
available frames.
Z About images in the internal memory
Images held in the camera’s internal memory may be
corrupted or erased due to problems such as camera
faults. Save your important data to another media (i.e.,
DVD-R, CD-R, CD-RW, hard disk, etc.).
It is possible to transfer saved images on the internal
memory to a Memory Card (➝p.106).
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Turning On and Off
Turning the camera on
Set the Power switch to ON to turn the camera on in
Shooting mode.
Set the Power switch to OFF to turn the camera off.
Setting the language, date, and
time
When using the camera for the first time after purchasing,
the language, date, and time are cleared. Set the
language, date, and time.
1
[
] screen appears when turning
the camera on.
START MENU
/ LANG.
MEMO Switching between Shooting and
Playback mode
Pressing w when the camera is in Shooting mode
switches the camera to Playback mode. Pressing the
shutter button switches the camera to Shooting mode.
SET
NO
A Press n, o, p, or q to select the
language.
B Press MENU/OK to confirm the setting.
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3
Set the date and time.
Change the date format.
DATE / TIME NOT SET
DATE / TIME NOT SET
2010
2009
YY.MM.DD
2008
2007
2006
SET
DD . MM . YY
1. 1
MM / DD / YY
12:00
AM
YY . MM . DD
SET
NO
A Press p or q to select Year, Month,
Day, Hour, or Minute.
12 / 1 / 2008 10:00
AM
Getting Ready
2
NO
A Press p or q to select the date format.
B Press n or o to correct the setting.
B Press n or o to set the format.
MEMO
• Holding down n or o changes the numbers
continuously.
• When the time displayed passes “12”, the AM/PM
setting changes.
C Always press MENU/OK after the settings
are completed.
Date format
ex. December 1, 2008
[YY.MM.DD]: [2008.12.1]
[MM/DD/YY]: [12/1/2008]
[DD.MM.YY]: [1.12.2008]
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Turning On and Off
MEMO
[START MENU] screen also appears when the battery
has been removed and the camera has been left for a
long period. Once the AC power adapter has been
connected or the battery has been installed for 10 hours
or more, the camera settings will be retained for roughly
7 days even if both sources of power are removed.
Auto power off function
When the [AUTO POWER OFF] function is active, if the
camera is left unused for 2 or 5 minutes, this function
turns the camera off (➝p.129). To turn the camera back
on, set the Power switch to OFF, and then set to ON
again. To play back images, press w for about 1 second.
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Correcting the Date and Time
2
Open the [SET-UP] menu.
SHOOTING MENU
QUALITY
HIGH-SPEED SHOOTING
SET-UP
Display the [DATE/TIME] screen.
Getting Ready
1
SET- UP
SET
N
OFF
DATE/ TIME
DATE
OPERATION VOL.
SHUTTER VOLUME
PLAYBACK VOLUME
AUTOROTATE PB
LCD BRIGHTNESS
ON
A Press MENU/OK to open the menu.
A Press p or q to select
B Press n or o to select [U SET-UP].
B Press o to move to menu item.
C Press q.
C Press n or o to select [
.
DATE/TIME].
D Press q.
See “2 Set the date and time.” (➝p.25).
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Selecting the Language
1
2
Open the [SET-UP] menu.
] screen.
SET-UP
SET
UP
SHOOTING MENU
QUALITY
HIGH-SPEED SHOOTING
SET-UP
Display the [
N
OFF
FORMAT
AUTO POWER OFF
TIME DIFFERENCE
BACKGROUND COLOR
GUIDANCE DISPLAY
ENGLISH
2 MIN
ON
A Press MENU/OK to open the menu.
A Press p or q to select
B Press n or o to select [U SET-UP].
B Press o to move to menu item.
C Press q.
C Press n or o to select [
.
D Press q.
See “1 [
] screen appears
when turning the camera on.” (➝p.24).
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].
Basic Operation Guide
Power switch (p.24)
Press this button halfway to adjust
the focus and brightness. Press fully
to take a picture.
Turns the camera on and off.
Getting Ready
Shutter button (p.34)
Hot shoe (p.95)
Mount an external flash here.
Flash pop-up button (p.76)
To use the built-in flash, press this button to
pop-up the flash.
f Continuous shooting button (p.81)
One-touch AF button (p.71)
Focus the image once. This can only be used for
manual focusing.
Focus mode selector switch (p.32, 70, 71)
Changes among C-AF (Continuous AF), S-AF
(Single AF) and MF (Manual focus).
Press this button together with the command
dial to set the continuous shooting mode.
Dual IS button (p.39)
Reduces camera shake and blurring (of a
moving subject) by using the optical image
stabilizer function.
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Basic Operation Guide
Command dial
Mode dial (p.55)
Selects images or menus. Also, sets the sensitivity, exposure
compensation, aperture and continuous shooting modes together
with the “ISO,” “D Exposure compensation” and “f Continuous
shooting” buttons.
Turn the mode dial to select shooting
mode.
B: Auto
: Film simulation bracketing
/
: Scene position
N: Programmed Auto
M: Shutter-priority Auto
<: Aperture-priority Auto
>: Manual
/
: Custom mode
r: Movies
D Exposure compensation button (p.66)
Used with the command dial to select the
exposure compensation value.
ISO (sensitivity) button (p.73)
Used with the command dial to select ISO setting.
Sync terminal (p.96)
Use this to connect flash units that require a sync
cable.
Focus ring (p.71)
The camera focuses on the subject using Manual focus mode.
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Zoom ring (p.42)
Turn the zoom ring to take pictures with zoom
function.
Makes the image in the
viewfinder easier to see. Set
the diopter adjustment control
to the position where the AF
frame appears sharpest.
AE-L (AE lock) button (p.69)
Photometry selector dial (p.68)
The exposure is fixed.
Selecting light metering method.
EVF/LCD (monitor selector) button (p.33)
Pressing the “EVF/LCD” button toggles between the
viewfinder (EVF) and the LCD monitor. Use whichever mode
is best suited to your shot.
Intelligent Face Detection/Red-eye removal
button (p.37)
Take a picture by focusing on people’s face. Also, redeye effect, caused by the light of the flash reflecting off
the inside of the eye, can be corrected before an image
is recorded.
DISP (display)/ BACK button (p.43)
DISP: Press this button to select the screen display.
BACK: Press this button to stop a procedure midway
through.
Getting Ready
Diopter adjustment control
(p.33)
w playback button
Switches Shooting mode to
Playback mode.
MENU/OK button
Press this button to display the
[SHOOTING MENU] or
[PLAYBACK MENU], or to confirm
the settings.
nopq button
At shooting : n :
Digital zoom
p: e Macro
q: d Flash
o: * Self-timer
At playback: selecting images or skip playback of
movies.
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Taking Pictures (B AUTO Mode)
This section describes the basic operations.
1
CHECK
Turn the camera on.
• Focal range
Wide-angle: approx. 50 cm (1.6 ft.) to infinity
Telephoto: approx. 2.5 m (8.2 ft.) to infinity
• Select e Macro mode to take close-up shots (➝p.75).
A Set the Power switch to ON.
2
B Set the Mode
dial to B.
C Set the Focus mode selector switch to “S-AF.”
D Set the Photometry selector dial to ) Multi (Pattern).
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Press the Flash pop-up button to pop-up
the flash.
3
Switch the display.
EVF
Holding the camera correctly
Brace your elbows against your sides and hold the
camera with both hands.
Using the viewfinder (EVF) allows for a steady arm
position, preventing picture blur.
Diopter
adjustment dial
Using the Camera
Press EVF/LCD to alternate the display between the
viewfinder (EVF) and the LCD monitor.
When the AF frame in the viewfinder (EVF) is difficult to
see, adjust the viewfinder using the Diopter adjustment
dial.
LCD
Do not cover the lens or
flash with your fingers.
MEMO
The EVF/LCD selection is retained even when the
camera is off or the mode setting is changed.
CAUTION
• Moving the camera while shooting gives a blurred
picture (camera shake). Hold the camera steadily with
both hands.
• If the lens or flash is obscured by your fingers or the
strap, subjects may be out of focus or the brightness
(exposure) of your shot may be incorrect.
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Taking Pictures (B AUTO Mode)
4
Focus on the main subject in the AF frame
and press the shutter button down halfway.
5
Press the shutter button fully.
Double
beep
AUTO
ISO AUTO(1600)
60
AF frame
Halfway
pressed
F3.5
AF frame
becomes smaller
and camera
focuses on the
subject.
CHECK
• Focus on the subject
Double beep is heard
Indicator lamp lit green
• Not focus on the subject
No sound
AF frame lit red
{ indicated
Indicator lamp blinking green
MEMO
• The shutter button has a halfway point at which focus
and exposure are automatically optimized before taking
the picture by pressing fully down.
• When pressing the shutter button halfway, a lens
operation sound may be heard.
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Click
Halfway pressed
Fully pressed
CAUTION
When taking a picture using the flash, the image may
disappear and go dark briefly due to flash charging. The
indicator lamp blinks orange during charging.
MEMO
• When the subject is not in the AF frame, use AF/AE lock
to take the picture (➝p.40).
• When pressing the shutter button down fully in one
motion, the camera takes the picture without the AF
frame changing.
Z Using LCD monitor when taking pictures
The angle of the LCD monitor is flexible. It is useful to
shoot a subject in a high or low location.
Flash
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Using the Camera
When pressing the shutter
button down halfway, b
appears on the screen before
the flash fires.
F 3.
3 5
If you want to change the setting, see p.76 for information on
flash.
CAUTION
• The image shown on the screen before the picture is
taken may differ in brightness, color, etc. from the
image actually recorded. Play back the recorded image
to check it (➝p.44).
• When selecting a slow shutter speed that will cause
camera shake,
appears on the screen. Use flash or
a tripod.
• See p.152-156 for information on warning displays. See
“Troubleshooting” (➝p.157-162) for more information.
Angles are flexible within the range of dotted lines.
Z Compatible filters
67 mm (2.6 in)-diameter thin type polarizing filter can be
attached. Be sure to use thin type filters as standard filters
may cause vignetting.
A Remove the lens hood and attach the polarizing filter
by rotating.
B Slide the polarizing filter
window cover on the lens hood
to remove, and attach the lens
hood to the lens (➝p.16).
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Taking Pictures (B AUTO Mode)
C You can adjust the polarizing filter with your finger
through the polarizing filter window when taking
pictures.
Z Indicator lamp display
The indicator lamp lights or blinks when pressing the shutter
button, etc. The indicator lamp shows the camera status.
Indicator lamp
Display
Status
Support for remote release
Lit green
Locking the focus
Use remote release RR-80 (sold separately) with this camera.
To prevent camera shake, use a tripod (sold separately) and
remote release RR-80.
Blinking green
Camera shake warning, AF warning,
or AE warning (ready to shoot)
Blinking green and
orange alternately
Recording to Memory Card or internal
memory (ready to shoot)
Lit orange
Recording to Memory Card or internal
memory (not ready)
Connect to USB socket.
Blinking orange
Charging flash (flash will not fire)
Blinking red
• Warnings for Memory Card and
internal memory
Card not formatted, incorrect format,
memory full, Memory Card or
internal memory error
• Lens operation error
MEMO
Detailed warning messages appear on the screen
(➝p.152-156).
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Using Intelligent Face Detection
when taking pictures
CAUTION
Intelligent Face Detection allows you to focus on and
adjust the brightness of people’s faces. Intelligent Face
Detection is effective with the camera held horizontally or
vertically.
Available Shooting modes: B,
,
,
,
, /,
,
,
), N, M, <, >
(H,
2
Check the composition on the LCD monitor.
Available AF modes: All except MF (Manual focus)
AUTO
ISO AUTO(1600)
1
Set Intelligent Face Detection.
Press
. Intelligent Face Detection setting changes
each time you press
.
Using the Camera
• If the camera is unable to detect faces in an image, it will
not correct the red eye-effect sufficiently, or not at all.
Also, the camera cannot correct the red-eye effect if the
face is in profile.
• Correction results may differ depending on the scene.
• The processing may take more time if there are many
faces in an image.
• When [
CCD-RAW] is set to [ON] in the [SET-UP]
menu, the red eye correction function is invalid.
When there are multiple people
in the frame, Intelligent Face
Detection will set a green frame
around the face nearest to the
center of the picture. This face
has focusing priority.
Green frame
3
OFF
FACE DETECTION
REMOVAL ON
FACE DETECTION
REMOVAL OFF
Red-eye effect, caused by
the light of the flash
reflecting off the inside of the
eye, will be corrected
automatically when a picture
is taken with [
FACE
DETECTIONbREMOVAL
ON] set.
Press the shutter button down fully to take
pictures.
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Taking Pictures (B AUTO Mode)
CHECK
Z[
FACE DETECTIONbREMOVAL ON]
When a picture is taken with [
FACE
DETECTIONbREMOVAL ON] set, the red-eye effect
will be detected and corrected before the image is
recorded. When taken with [
FACE DETECTION
bREMOVAL OFF] set, the image is recorded without
red-eye correction.
DETECTING
ARed-eye effect in an
image will be detected after
the shooting.
Subjects not suitable for Intelligent Face Detection
Intelligent Face Detection automatically focuses on a face(s).
However, difficulties will occur with the Intelligent Face
Detection mode in the following situations:
• The face is obscured by glasses, sunglasses, a hat or hair
• A person turned sideways, or who has their head tilted
• The subject is too far away to recognize a face
Intelligent Face Detection will not work in cases where the
subject is standing on his/her head, is not a person (pet or
other animal), or if the camera is not held correctly.
Use AF/AE lock (➝p.40) to guarantee best result
when shooting a subject that is not suited for
Intelligent Face Detection.
CANCEL
CAUTION
REMOVING
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BRed-eye effect will be
corrected before the image
is recorded. When the redeye effect is not detected,
processing will end without
the [REMOVING] screen
displayed.
• If the camera or subject move as the picture is taken,
the subject’s face may move out of the Intelligent Face
Detection frame.
• When the camera is detecting multiple faces, the green
frame is set around the face near the center. If you want
to focus on another subject, move the camera so that
the new subject is in the center of the screen.
If focus is still not achieved, press
(Intelligent Face
Detection) to turn off the function, and take the picture
using AF/AE lock (➝p.40).
Intelligent Face Detection can focus on a face in a white
frame providing the subjects in the green and white
frame are of the same focal length.
• Pressing the shutter button halfway with Intelligent Face
Detection off, the focus will be on the center of the
frame.
Using the Dual Image Stabilizer
function when taking pictures
B Press the shutter button down fully to take
pictures.
CAUTION
MEMO
When B is selected for Shooting mode, both camera
shake and blurring of moving subjects can be reduced.
Available Shooting modes: All
A Press
to activate Dual IS (image stabilization)
mode. Press
again to set [DUAL IS MODE] to
OFF.
AUTO
ISO AUTO(1600)
Camera shake and blurring may remain depending on
scenes.
Using the Camera
You can reduce camera shake by using the Dual Image
Stabilizer function, which activates the optical image
stabilizer.
CHECK
ON settings can be changed. Select [
CONTINUOUS] or [
SHOOTING ONLY] in [DUAL IS
MODE] of the [SET-UP] menu (➝p.127).
or
will be displayed
when [DUAL IS MODE] is
activated.
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Taking Pictures (B AUTO Mode)
Taking pictures with the focus
and exposure locked
Using AF/AE lock
1
AUTO
Move the camera slightly so that one of the
subjects is in the AF frame.
ISO AUTO(1600)
AUTO
ISO AUTO(1600)
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In the above composition, the subjects are not in the AF
frame. Pressing the shutter button halfway at this point
will result in the subjects being out of focus.
AF/AE lock is useful:
Use AF/AE lock to guarantee best result when shooting a
subject that is not suited to autofocusing (➝p.41).
CAUTION
2
Press the shutter button down halfway to
focus on the subject.
Double
beep
When taking a picture in AF/AE lock, cancel
Intelligent Face Detection.
60
Halfway
pressed
40
F 3.
3 5
3
Subjects not suitable for autofocus
FinePix S100FS uses a high-precision autofocusing
mechanism. However, it may have difficulty focusing on the
following:
Click
60
Using the Camera
Continue to hold the shutter button down
halfway. Move the camera back to the
original image and press the shutter button
fully.
F 3.
3 5
Very shiny subjects such
as a mirror or car body
Fully pressed
MEMO
• AF/AE lock can be applied repeatedly before the shutter
is released.
• On FinePix S100FS, pressing the shutter button down
halfway locks the focus and exposure settings (AF and
AE lock).
Fast moving subjects
•
•
•
•
•
Subjects photographed through glass
Subjects that do not reflect well, such as hair or fur
Subjects with no substance, such as smoke or flames
Dark subjects
Subjects with little or no contrast between the subject and
the background (such as subjects dressed in the same color
as the background)
• Shots where another high-contrast object (not the subject) is
close to the AF frame and is either closer or further away
than your subject (such as a shot of someone against a
background with strongly contrasting elements)
For such subjects use AF/AE lock (➝p.40) or “MF” Manual
focus mode (➝p.71).
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Taking Pictures (B AUTO Mode)
AF-assist illuminator
Using zoom function
Use this illuminator to focus on the subject in dimly lit
conditions.
When pressing the shutter button down halfway, the
camera fires the AF-assist illuminator (white) while
focusing on your subject.
Turn the zoom ring to take pictures with zoom function.
The zoom bar appears on the screen while the zoom ring
is being used.
AF-assist
illuminator
CHECK
MEMO
• Even when the AF-assist illuminator fires, the camera
may have difficulty focusing in some conditions.
• The camera focuses most easily when a picture is taken
at a distance of around 5.5 m (18.0 ft.) with wide-angle
and around 2.5 m (8.2 ft.) with telephoto.
• Even though there is no danger to safety, do not expose
it directly in someone’s eyes.
• When using the AF-assist illuminator in Macro mode,
the camera may have difficulty focusing to take closeup shots.
• See p.121, 122 for information on turning the AF-assist
illuminator off.
• AF-assist illuminator does not fire in ,,
,
,
,
, . or
mode.
Optical zoom focal length (35 mm camera
equivalent)
Approx. 28 mm to 400 mm Max. zoom scale: 14.3×
Press
(n) digital zoom button (➝p.31) to
change to Digital zoom mode (2×).
AUTO
ISO AUTO(1600)
CHECK
When using digital zoom,
appears in the bottom left
corner of the screen and the zoom bar color changes.
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MEMO
Press
(n) again to cancel the digital zoom.
Adjusting the shot composition
AUTO
ISO AUTO(1600)
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Using the Camera
Selecting the screen display
Press DISP/BACK to change the screen display.
Best framing
Position the main subject at
the intersection of two lines
in this frame or align one of
the horizontal lines with the
horizon. Use this frame as a
guide to the subject’s size
and the balance of the shot
while composing a shot.
MEMO
Always use AF/AE lock when composing a shot. The
image may be out of focus if AF/AE lock is not used.
AUTO
N 16
ISO AUTO(1600)
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Text displayed
No text displayed
AUTO
N 16
ISO AUTO(1600)
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Framing guideline
displayed
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Viewing the Images
Play back your images to check them. For important photographs, always take a test shot and view the image to make sure
that the camera is working normally.
Setting the camera to Playback
mode
Press w during Shooting mode to change to Playback
mode.
MEMO
• Press w to play back the last shot.
• [
AUTOROTATE PB] in the [SET-UP] menu is set to
[ON] at the factory setting (➝p.128). Images shot by
holding a camera vertically are displayed in the correct
position automatically.
• When playing back images shot with a camera other
than FinePix S100FS,
a present icon appears on
the screen.
CAUTION Still images viewable on
FinePix S100FS
This camera will display still images recorded on FinePix
S100FS or still images (excluding some uncompressed
images) recorded on any FUJIFILM digital camera that
supports xD-Picture Cards or SD Memory Cards. Clear
playback or playback zooming may not be possible for still
images shot on cameras other than FinePix S100FS.
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Selecting the screen display
Press DISP/BACK during Playback mode to change the
screen display.
Single-frame playback
100-0001
N
100-0001
100
0001
1 frame playback
(no text displayed)
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To select the required image:
Press p: last image
Press q: next image
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MEMO
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Sorting by date
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Using the Camera
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Single frame playback
(text displayed)
2 frames playback
Images can be selected by rotating the command dial
instead of p or q.
Selecting images quickly
To select images quickly, hold down p or q for 1
second during playback.
When releasing p or q, camera returns to single-frame
playback.
100 frames playback
9 frames playback
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Viewing the Images
2
Playback zoom
1
Display another part of the image.
Zoom in / Zoom out.
To zoom in an image during single-frame playback:
o button
(zoom out)
Navigation screen
(Current displayed
image)
n button
(zoom in)
CANCEL
A Press p or q to switch the display.
PANNING
CANCEL
PANNING
CANCEL
B Press n, o, p, or q to display another
part of the image.
Zoom bar
Press o or n to zoom in or out of an
image.
MEMO
Press DISP/BACK to cancel playback zoom.
Z Zoom scales
Quality mode
(3840 × 2880 pixels)
Max. zoom scale
Approx. 6×
% (4032 × 2688 pixels)
Approx. 6.3×
5 (2816 × 2112 pixels)
Approx. 4.4×
3 (2048 × 1536 pixels)
Approx. 3.2×
2 (1600 × 1200 pixels)
Approx. 2.5×
* Zoom cannot be performed when the images recorded
by ` are played back.
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Multi-frame playback
In sorting by date mode, you can view all images taken on
the same day.
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2 frames playback/9 frames playback/
100 frames playback (Micro thumbnails
playback)
A Press n, o, p or q to change the
colored frame and select an image.
Press n or o repeatedly to jump to the
next page.
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Using the Camera
Use this function to display 2 frames, 9 frames or 100
frames (Micro Thumbnail). You can compare and select
images using the Multi-frame display.
Sorting by date
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A Press n, o, p, or q to move the cursor
(colored frame) to the selecting frame.
B Press MENU/OK to enlarge the image.
B Press MENU/OK to enlarge the image.
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Viewing the Images
Selecting the date
Using Intelligent Face Detection
when playing back pictures
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DETECTED FACES
A Press n, o, p, or q to move the cursor
(colored frame) to
on the upper left
frame.
B Press p to display the selecting date.
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For images shot using the Intelligent Face Detection
function (
is displayed), the face mark in the image
changes each time you press the Intelligent Face
Detection button. Press n or o to enlarge the image.
Press p or q for the image scrolling screen, and press
n, o, p or q to scroll the image.
C Press n or o to move the cursor (colored
frame) to select the date.
Press n or o repeatedly to jump to the
next page.
The images recorded by ` cannot be enlarged.
D Press q.
Press DISP/BACK to return to normal playback.
CAUTION
MEMO
Erasing the Images/Movies
Setting the camera to w
Playback mode (➝p.44)
Use this mode to erase unnecessary images or movies to have ample free space on the Memory Card or internal memory.
Using the
(AE-L) erases images easily.
Erasing the images using
[PLAYBACK MENU]
Using the Camera
Pressing
(AE-L) button
ERASE OK?
PLAYBACK MENU
OK
CANCEL
SET
A Press p or q to select the erasing
image.
B Press
ERASE
BACK
SLIDE SHOW
FRAME
RED EYE REMOVAL
ALL FRAMES
IMAGE ROTATE
PROTECT
COPY
A Press MENU/OK to open [PLAYBACK
MENU].
(AE-L).
B Press n or o to select [
C Press p or q to select [OK].
D Press MENU/OK to erase the displayed
image.
ERASE].
C Press q.
D Press n or o to select [FRAME] or [ALL
FRAMES].
E Press MENU/OK to confirm the setting.
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Setting the camera to w Playback mode (➝p.44)
Erasing the Images/Movies
Erasing one frame at a time ([FRAME])
Erasing all frames ([ALL FRAMES])
ERASE OK?
ERASE ALL OK?
IT MAY TAKE A WHILE
OK
YES
CANCEL
A Press p or q to select the erasing frame
(file).
A Press p or q to select [OK].
B Press MENU/OK to erase the currently
displayed frame (file).
B Press MENU/OK to erase all the frames
(files).
MEMO
MEMO
To erase another frame (file), repeat above steps.
When erasing frames (files) is completed, press DISP/
BACK.
Press DISP/BACK to cancel
erasing of all the frames
(files). Some unprotected
frames (files) will be left
unerased.
CAUTION
Pressing MENU/OK repeatedly erases consecutive
frames (files). Take care not to erase a frame (file) by
mistake.
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CANCEL
SET
CANCEL
Setting the camera to w Playback mode (➝p.44)
MEMO
CAUTION
Using the Camera
• When using a Memory Card, the images in the Memory
Card are erased. When not using a Memory Card, the
images in the internal memory are erased.
• Protected frames (files) cannot be erased. Unprotect
the frames (files) before erasing them (➝p.104).
• [DPOF SPECIFIED. ERASE OK?] or [DPOF
SPECIFIED. ERASE ALL OK?] appears, when erasing
DPOF specified files is attempted.
Erased frames (files) cannot be recovered. Back up
important frames (files) onto your PC or another media.
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Automatic Adjustment of Shooting Condition
Certain shooting conditions may restrict what settings you can make on this camera.
For example, [
DYNAMIC RANGE], [
COLOR], [
TONE] or [
SHARPNESS] cannot be set with modes other than
[
PROVIA] in [
FILM SIMULATION] of [SHOOTING MENU]. When selecting other modes such as [
Velvia] or
[
SOFT] after setting [
DYNAMIC RANGE], [
COLOR], [
TONE] or [
SHARPNESS] with [
PROVIA] mode,
[
DYNAMIC RANGE] is set automatically to [AUTO], and [
COLOR], [
TONE] and [
SHARPNESS] are set
automatically to [MID] or [STD].
In those cases, the following screen shows that the setting has been changed.
HIGH
HARD
HARD
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AUTO
MID
STD
STD
Using the Shooting Functions — Procedure of Setting
Specify the camera settings for taking pictures to get the best result. A general guide is given below.
1
2
Select Shooting mode.
Turn the Mode dial to select Shooting mode. The
camera settings are tailored to the scene being shot.
Shooting mode
Film simulation bracketing
Pressing buttons or selecting menu allows you to
specify shooting functions. You can obtain the best
result for shooting.
Page
55
Z Specifying functions using buttons
55
Function
,
Scene position
56
ISO (sensitivity)
73
N Program AE
D Exposure compensation
66
59
M Shutter-priority AE
AE-L (lock)
69
60
< Aperture-priority AE
Photometry
68
62
> Manual
63
Intelligent Face Detection/
Red-eye removal
37
65
e Macro
75
116
d Flash
76
* Self-timer
79
fContinuous shooting
81
,
Custom
r Movie
CAUTION
When the camera has been used for long periods in
places subject to extreme temperature rises, it will lower
your image quality and streaking may also be visible in
your images. If this occurs, turn the camera off several
times to prevent heating the camera.
Dual IS mode
Focus mode selector switch
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Advanced Features — Photography
B Auto
Specify the Shooting settings.
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32, 70,
71
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53
Using the Shooting Functions — Procedure of Setting
Z Functions to set by the [SHOOTING MENU] (MENU/OK button)
Functions to set differ depending on the shooting mode setting.
Shooting mode
[SHOOTING MENU]
N
M
<
>
B
D
[
SCENE POSITION]
[
FILM SIMULATION]
D
88
[
DYNAMIC RANGE]
D
88
[
QUALITY]
D
89
[
COLOR]
D
90
[
TONE]
D
90
[
SHARPNESS]
D
91
[T WHITE BALANCE]
D
91
[
WB FINE TUNE]
D
93
[
AE BKT EV STEPS]
D
93
[
FLASH]
D
94
[
EXTERNAL FLASH]
D
95
D
97
D
99
D
99
D
D
[H AF MODE]
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Page
[
HIGH-SPEED SHOOTING]
[
CUSTOM SET]
D
D
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Setting Shooting Mode
You can select the most suitable setting according to the subject by selecting one of Shooting modes.
B Auto
This is the easiest mode for providing crisp and clear
shots.
Use this mode for ordinary photography.
Use this mode to shoot the same image continuously in
different color or tone. 3 types of film ([
PROVIA],
[
Velvia], [
SOFT]) are available. For details on
film characteristics, see p.88.
Set the Mode dial to
Set the Mode dial to B.
.
CHECK
See p.77-78 for information on the available flash modes.
Advanced Features — Photography
Camera specifies all settings other than [
QUALITY]
and [
HIGH-SPEED SHOOTING] automatically.
FSB (film simulation
bracketing)
CAUTION
CHECK
• See p.77-78 for information on the available flash
modes.
• [S ISO] (sensitivity) setting can be selected from
[AUTO(400)], [AUTO(800)], [AUTO(1600)] (➝p.74).
• Bracket shooting will not be performed, even if the
shutter button is pressed when [
CCD-RAW] is set to
[ON] in the [SET-UP] menu. Shooting mode will be set
to N (factory default setting), and only 1 frame will be
shot.
• When the settings of [
DYNAMIC RANGE],
[
COLOR], [
TONE] and [
SHARPNESS] in the
shooting menu are changed, bracket shooting cannot
be performed. Turn the power switch to OFF and then
back ON to perform bracket shooting.
• When the power switch is turned OFF and then back
ON, the camera is set to the factory default setting,
except focus mode, photometry mode and EVF/LCD
selector functions (➝p.86-87).
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Setting Shooting Mode
,
Z Selecting Scene position setting
SCENE POSITION
This mode provides the best Scene position setting for the
scene being shot. Choose from 14 types of scene.
Select the Scene position setting in the [SCENE
POSITION] menu.
Set the Mode dial to
.
or
NATURE
NATURE SOFT
NATURE VIVID
FLOWER
Ideal for a
wide range of
subjects
SET
CANCEL
A Press MENU/OK to open the menu.
About
and
of the Mode Dial
The Scene position for
and
are different. 4 scenes
are available for
to take nature photos. Use
or
according to the shooting subject.
MEMO
and
are set to
and H as factory default
settings.
• See p.77-78 for information on the available flash
modes.
• AF-assist illuminator does not fire in ,,
,
,
,
, . and
modes.
• Only [AUTO] can be selected for the [S ISO]
(sensitivity) setting.
B Press n or o to select [
POSITION].
SCENE
C Press q.
D Press n or o to select the setting.
•
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E Press MENU/OK to confirm the setting.
Z Scene position list
Scene position
[, NATURE]
[
NATURE SOFT]
[
NATURE VIVID]
FLOWER]
Use this mode for shooting scenery in soft tone.
Use this mode for shooting scenery or nature in high brightness and sharp tone.
Use this mode to take close-up shots of flowers in rich and vivid tone.
Focal range: Wide-angle: Approx. 10 cm to 3.0 m (3.9 in. to 9.8 ft.) /
Telephoto: Approx. 90 cm to 3.0 m (3.0 ft. to 9.8 ft.)
[H PORTRAIT]
Use this mode for photography to reproduce natural skin tones.
[
Use this mode for shooting portrait outdoors. This setting is effective for achieving
both soft skin tones and clear blue sky.
Use this mode to turn off the flash to capture a baby’s skin in natural tone.
Setting the AF-assist illuminator to [OFF] is recommended.
[
PORTRAIT SOFT]
BABY MODE]
[ PORTRAIT
ENHANCER]
Use this mode for soft skin tone.
[/ NIGHT]
Use this mode for shooting evening and night scenes. A picture is taken with a slow
shutter of up to 1/4 seconds.
Advanced Features — Photography
[
Functions
Use this mode for shooting scenery in standard colors and tones.
MEMO
Image parameters for
and
are based on Film simulation settings.
Shooting information is displayed in Playback mode. A Film simulation icon for scene positions will be displayed. Also, in [File/
Folder Info] of software “FinePixViewer”, ,,
,
, H and
are displayed as follows:
Scene position
[File/Folder Info] of “FinePixViewer”
Shooting Mode
Film Simulation
[,NATURE]
[Landscape]
[PROVIA]
[
NATURE SOFT]
[Landscape]
[SOFT]
[
NATURE VIVD]
[Landscape]
[Velvia]
[HPORTRAIT]
[Portrait]
[PORTRAIT]
[
[Portrait]
[SOFT]
PORTRAIT SOFT]
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Setting Shooting Mode
Scene position
Functions
[
SUNSET]
Use this mode to shoot sunset, making the colors more vivid.
[
SNOW]
[
BEACH]
Use this mode to prevent darkening images and provide crisp, clear shots, when
shooting at snowy scene where the whole screen appears white.
Use this mode to prevent darkening images and provide crisp, clear shots, when
shooting at beach under strong sunlight.
Use this mode to take pictures of a moving subject. It gives priority to faster shutter
speeds. When setting [.SPORT] mode, the camera sets to [ HIGH-SPEED
SHOOTING] mode (➝p.99) automatically.
Use this mode to shoot fireworks. It is effective for taking more vivid shots of
fireworks with a slow shutter. Shutter speed setting: 1/2 sec. to 4 sec. Refer to
“Selecting the exposure time setting for [ FIRE WORK]” (➝p.59).
[. SPORT]
[
FIREWORKS]
CHECK
Use a tripod to prevent camera shake for [/ NIGHT] and [
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FIREWORKS], as a slow shutter speed is used.
Z Selecting the exposure time setting for [
WORKS]
FIRE
N Program AE
This is an automatic mode to specify the settings except
for the shutter speed and aperture setting.
This is a simple way to take pictures the same as the M
Shutter-priority Auto and < Aperture-priority Auto modes
(Program shift).
Rotate the command dial to select the
exposure time.
• See p.54 for the available settings of Shooting mode.
• See p.77-78 for information on the available flash
modes.
Z Program shift
ISO 400
2000
Advanced Features — Photography
CHECK
4"
F2.8
A Rotate the command dial to select
different shutter speed and aperture
setting combinations without
changing the exposure setting.
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Setting Shooting Mode
M Shutter Priority AE
B Press the shutter button to take
pictures.
MEMO
• Program shift can be used when Suppressed flash
(➝p.77) is set in flash mode.
• The shutter speed and aperture setting appear in yellow
when the camera is in Program shift mode.
• Any of following cancels Program shift:
- Changing the Mode dial setting
- Setting the camera to Playback mode
- Turning the camera off
- Popping the flash up
This is an automatic mode to set the shutter speed.
Use this mode to freeze a moving subject (fast shutter
speed) or convey the impression of movement (slow
shutter speed).
CHECK
• See p.54 for the available settings of Shooting mode.
• See p.77-78 for information on the available flash
modes.
Z Setting the shutter speed
ISO 400
CAUTION
ISO 400
When the brightness of the
subject is outside the camera’s
brightness metering range, [---]
appears as the shutter speed and
aperture setting on the screen.
Program shift cannot be used when [
DYNAMIC
RANGE] is set to [AUTO], and [S ISO] is set to
[AUTO(400)], [AUTO(800)] or [AUTO(1600)].
Shutter speed
2000
F2.8
A Rotate the command dial to select the
shutter speed.
B Press the shutter button to take
pictures.
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CHECK
Shutter speed setting
4 sec. to 1/4000 sec. in 1/3 EV increments
CAUTION
F2.8
200
F2.8
Lit red
ISO 400
50
F---
When the brightness of
the subject is outside the
camera’s brightness
metering range, [F---]
appears as the aperture
setting. When this
occurs, press the shutter
button down halfway to
measure the light level
again.
When shooting a moving subject, you can either “freeze the
motion” or “capture the sense of movement” by adjusting the
shutter speed.
Fast
Freezes the motion of the
subject.
Slow
Photographs the traces left
by the subject’s movement.
Advanced Features — Photography
ISO 400
When the correct
exposure cannot be
obtained with selected
shutter speed, the
aperture setting appears
in red. When this occurs,
adjust the shutter speed
again.
Shutter speed
The aperture setting will not appear until you press the
shutter button down halfway when [
DYNAMIC
RANGE] is set to [AUTO].
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Setting Shooting Mode
< Aperture Priority AE
This is an automatic mode to set the aperture.
Use this mode to have the area in front of and behind the
subject out of focus (large aperture) or have both near
and far subjects in focus (small aperture).
CHECK
Aperture settings
Wide-angle: F2.8 to F8 in 1/3 EV increments
Telephoto: F5.3 to F8 in 1/3 EV increments
CAUTION
CHECK
ISO 400
• See p.54 for the available settings of Shooting mode.
• See p.77-78 for information on the available flash
modes.
Z Setting the aperture
4"
ISO 400
Aperture
2000
4"
F2.8
F8
Lit red
When the correct exposure cannot be obtained with
selected aperture setting, the shutter speed appears in
red. When this occurs, adjust the aperture setting again.
When d [FORCED FLASH] is set, you can take a picture
with a shutter speed of up to 1/45 sec.
ISO 400
A Rotate the command dial to select the
aperture.
- - -4-
B Press the shutter button to take
pictures.
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When the brightness of the
subject is outside the camera’s
brightness metering range,
[----] appears as the shutter
speed.
F8
The shutter speed will not appear until you press the
shutter button down halfway when [
DYNAMIC
RANGE] is set to [AUTO].
> Manual
Aperture
By adjusting the aperture, you can change the depth of focus
(depth of field). Selecting a larger number of aperture (closed)
obtains a larger depth of focus. Selecting a smaller number of
aperture (open) has the area in front of and behind the subject
out of focus.
The area in front of and
behind the subject is also in
focus in the shot.
CHECK
• See p.54 for the available settings of Shooting mode.
• See p.77-78 for information on the available flash
modes.
Z Setting the shutter speed and aperture
Main subject
ISO 400
Open
The area in front of and
behind the subject is out of
focus.
Shutter speed
1000
Advanced Features — Photography
Closed
This is a shooting mode that allows for settings including
the shutter speed and aperture.
Set the Shooting functions to manual to easily control
yourself.
F3.5
A Rotate the command dial to select the
shutter speed.
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Setting Shooting Mode
CHECK
Shutter speed setting
ISO 100
30 sec. to 1/4000 sec. in 1/3 EV increments
MEMO
• Use a tripod to prevent camera shake.
• In shots with long exposures, noise (dots) may appear
on the image.
Aperture
1000
F3.5
CAUTION
B Rotate the command dial to
select the aperture, while
pressing D.
If the shutter speed is set to a speed 1/1000 sec.,
smearing (white stripes) may appear in the image
(➝p.170).
Bulb photography
Setting the shutter speed to “B” (Bulb) after setting a speed
slower than 30 seconds allows bulb shots to be taken. In bulb
photography, the shutter stays open for as long as the shutter
button is held down (up to 30 seconds). Use a tripod or the
remote release RR-80 (sold separately) to keep the camera
steady.
C Press the shutter button to
take pictures.
CHECK
Aperture settings
Wide-angle: F2.8 to F11 in 1/3 EV increments
Telephoto: F5.3 to F11 in 1/3 EV increments
MEMO
Explanation of Terms “EV” (➝p.170).
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,
The exposure indicator
ISO 100
F4
This is a mode to save your favorite shooting mode
settings to
or
and shoot with the saved settings.
This mode is not available when Shooting mode is set to
B,
or
.
See p.99 about how to save settings.
Set the Mode dial to
or
MEMO
• See p.54 for the available settings of Shooting
mode.
•
and
are set to [
TOP503] and
[
DYNAMIC RANGE BKT] as factory default
settings; however, when [ CCD-RAW] is set to
[ON] in the [SET-UP] menu, both settings are
cleared.
.
Advanced Features — Photography
1000
Use the exposure indicator
on the screen as a guide
when setting the exposure.
When the brightness of the
subject is outside the
camera’s brightness metering
range, the exposure indicator
disappears on the screen.
Custom
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Adjusting the Image Brightness (D Exposure Compensation)
Use this menu for shots to get the correct brightness (exposure), such as shots with extremely high contrast between the
subject and the background.
Available Shooting modes:
, N, M, <
A Rotate the command dial to
select the compensation
value, while pressing D.
Release D to set.
Adjusting exposure
compensation
Press D to display the exposure compensation setting
screen.
B Press the shutter button to
take pictures.
CHECK
• The symbol indicating the compensation direction (– or
+) turns yellow.
• The D icon also turns yellow while exposure
compensation is being set and then turns blue after
setting is completed.
• The screen brightness will increase or decrease
depending on the exposure compensation setting.
ISO 400
Exposure Compensation
indicator
2000
F2.8
CAUTION
This function can only be used for N, M or < in Shooting
mode. However, this function can be used, when N, M or
< is selected in
or
.
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positive (+) compensation
• Backlit portraits: +2 steps to
+4 steps (+2/3 EV to +1 1/3
EV)
• Very bright scenes (such as
snowfields) and highly
reflective subjects: +3 steps
(+1 EV)
CHECK
• Compensation range: –2 EV to +2 EV
(13 steps in 1/3 EV increments)
• Explanation of Terms “EV” (➝p.170)
MEMO
• This setting is retained when the mode is changed or
the camera is turned off (D icon appears). Set the
exposure compensation to “0” unless compensation is
required.
• Any of the following disables exposure compensation:
- Using the flash in [AUTO] or
mode
- Shooting dark scenes in d or
mode
Advanced Features — Photography
negative (–) compensation
Guide to compensation
• Shots made up predominantly of sky: +3 steps (+1 EV)
• Spotlit subjects, particularly against dark backgrounds: –2
steps (–2/3 EV)
• Scenes with low reflectivity, such as shots of pine trees or
dark foliage: –2 steps (–2/3 EV)
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Adjusting Light Metering (Photometry)
Use this setting when the correct exposure cannot be obtained for the shooting conditions.
Available Shooting modes: All except B,
,
Turn the Photometry selector dial to select the light
metering method.
) Multi (Pattern): Light metering where the camera
assesses the scene and selects the
correct exposure.
_ Spot: Light metering where the exposure is optimized
for the center of the image.
+ Average: Light metering where an average value for
the entire image is used.
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To use the photometry modes effectively
• MULTI:
In this mode, the camera uses automatic scene recognition
to analyze the subject and provide optimum exposure in a
wide range of shooting conditions.
• SPOT:
This mode is useful for subjects with strongly contrasting
light and dark areas where you want to achieve the correct
exposure for a particular feature.
• AVERAGE:
The advantage of this mode is that the exposure tends not
to change for different compositions or subjects. This mode
is particularly effective for shots of people wearing black or
white clothing, and scenery.
AE-L Using AE Lock
Use this function to take pictures with the exposure locked for a particular subject.
Available Shooting modes: All except
,>
A Position the subject in the center of the screen and
press AE-L. The exposure is locked while you hold
down AE-L.
AE lock is activated only when holding down AE-L at
factory setting. You can set to unlock AE lock even if you
release AE-L. Select [
AE-LOCK MODE] in the [SETUP] menu (➝p.122)
Advanced Features — Photography
B Press the shutter button to take pictures,
while pressing AE-L.
CHECK
CAUTION
• AE lock can be canceled by zooming.
• Once you press the shutter button down halfway, the
exposure remains locked even if you release AE-L.
• When AE lock is applied, pressing the shutter button
down halfway only sets the focus.
• When using Intelligent Face Detection, the AE lock is
invalid.
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Continuous AF
Use this button to take pictures of a moving subject. Using Continuous AF mode reduces the time required for focusing.
Available Shooting modes: All except
A Set the Focus mode selector switch to C-AF.
C Press the shutter button down halfway to focus on the
subject, and then press it down fully to take the picture.
Double
beep
B Frame the shot so that the subject fills the entire AF
frame. The camera continues to focus on the main
subject in the AF frame.
ISO 400
Halfway pressed
Click
Fully pressed
Continuous AF can be used with
Detection.
Intelligent Face
CAUTION
2000
70
F2.8
• Because the camera focuses continuously without
pressing the shutter button, note the following:
- Watch the battery level carefully since the camera
consumes more power in this mode than in other
Focus modes (S-AF and MF).
- If the [
AUTO POWER OFF] function is set to
[OFF], particular attention must be given to the
battery level.
• When Continuous AF is set, [H AF MODE] of Shooting
mode is automatically set to [
CENTER].
Manual focus
Use manual focus to lock the focus for a shot.
Available Shooting modes: All except
A Set the Focus mode selector switch to MF.
B Press
to focus on the subject in the
focus frame.
2000
ISO 400
The K appears on the
screen.
F2.8
Focus indicator
A focusing indicator mark appears on the screen, and
changes according to the focusing status.
2000
F2.8
Advanced Features — Photography
ISO 400
MEMO
Turn the focus ring until the
white line of the focus
indicator moves to the far
right.
CAUTION
• Manual focus cannot be used in the r Movie mode.
• [H AF MODE] (➝p.97) in [SHOOTING MENU] cannot
be set.
Close range
Long range
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71
Manual focus
Z Focusing indicator marks
The focus indicator mark changes by focusing status.
Moving the indicator right shows the high level focusing.
Shows the high level focusing.
Shows the low level focusing.
MEMO
• If the focus is set to infinity using manual focusing,
position the
mark on a subject close to infinity.
Continuing to turn the focus ring will move the focus
position beyond infinity and defocus the image.
• The image will not be focused if the camera is moved.
Use a tripod to prevent camera shake and manually
focus more effectively.
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One-touch AF function
Use this function to focus the shot quickly. Pressing
, the
camera uses the autofocus function to focus on the subject.
Changing the sensitivity setting ([S ISO])
Use this menu to specify required sensitivity setting of the ambient light around the subject.
The larger value of the sensitivity, the higher sensitivity is obtained. The higher sensitivity settings will allow you to take pictures
in darker locations.
Available Shooting modes: All except
,
A Press ISO to display the sensitivity setting screen.
CHECK
Selecting [AUTO]/[AUTO(1600)]/[AUTO(800)]/
[AUTO(400)] as the sensitivity setting, the camera
selects the best sensitivity setting for the subject’s
brightness.
ISO
AUT (1600)
AUTO
AUTO (800)
AUT
AUTO (400)
AUT
10000
6400
3200
1600
800
B Rotate the command dial to
select the ISO sensitivity
value, while pressing ISO.
Release ISO to set.
ISO 1600
2000
The selected sensitivity
setting appears on the
LCD monitor when the
sensitivity setting is set
to another setting
excluding [AUTO].
Advanced Features — Photography
• Settings
[100]/[200]/[400]/[800]/[1600]/[3200]/[6400]/[10000]/
[AUTO]/[AUTO(400)]/[AUTO(800)]/[AUTO(1600)]
F2.8
• About [AUTO(1600)]/[AUTO(800)]/[AUTO(400)]
[AUTO(1600)]/[AUTO(800)]/[AUTO(400)] can be
selected when the Mode dial is set to B,
or
N. For [AUTO(1600)]/[AUTO(800)]/[AUTO(400)],
sensitivity is automatically set in the same way as for
[AUTO], but the highest sensitivity is limited. Select
[AUTO(1600)]/[AUTO(800)]/[AUTO(400)] depending
on the scene.
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73
Changing the sensitivity setting ([S ISO])
Z Correlation of sensitivity, quality, Shooting modes and [SHOOTING MENU] options
The image size (number of recorded pixels) depends on the sensitivity setting. Also, available sensitivity differs depending on
the Photography modes.
Quality
f Continuous shooting
Shooting mode
Film Simulation
M
<
>
f
j
k
h
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
[3200]
D
D
D
D
[6400]
D
D
[10000]
D
[AUTO]
D
D
D
[AUTO
(400)]
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
[AUTO
(800)]
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
[AUTO
(1600)]
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
SISO
`
2
3
5
%
N B
F
[100]
D
D
D
[200]
D
D
D
[400]
D
D
[800]
D
[1600]
N
Dynamic Range
AUTO
200% 400%
100%
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
CAUTION
• Although higher sensitivity settings or wider dynamic range will allow you to take pictures in darker locations, they will also increase
the amount of speckling in your images. Choose the sensitivity setting that best suits the conditions.
• If you set [S ISO] to [3200], [6400] or [10000], images will have less resolution than when setting [S ISO] to [1600] or less.
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e Macro/> Super Macro (Close-up)
Use this mode to take close-up shots.
Available Shooting modes: B,
,
,
, N, M, <, >
Press e (p) to select Macro mode.
The Macro mode setting changes each time you press the
e (p).
e or > appears on the
screen indicating that you
can take close-up shots.
CAUTION
ISO AUTO(1600)
Use only widest-angle for
Super Macro mode.
appears when a focal
range other than widestangel is used. In this
case, rotate the zoom ring
according to
.
When Super Macro is set,
flash cannot be used.
• Focal range
Wide-angle: Approx. 10 cm to 3.0 m (3.9 in. to 9.8 ft.)
Telephoto: Approx. 90 cm to 3.0 m (3.0 ft. to 9.8 ft.)
• Focal range in Super macro
Approx. 1 cm to 1.0 m (0.4 in. to 3.3 ft.)
Focal length: fixed to approx. 28 mm (35 mm camera
equivalent)
• Effective flash range (without lens hood)
Wide-angle: Approx. 30 cm to 80 cm (11.8 in. to 2.7 ft.)
Telephoto: Approx. 90 cm to 1.3 m (3.0 ft. to 4.3 ft.)
When taking a picture using the flash for a wide angle
shot, the camera lens might cast a shadow in the frame.
In such case, increase the distance from the subject a
little and zoom in.
MEMO
• Use a tripod to prevent camera shake in Macro mode.
• Any of the following cancels Macro mode:
- Changing the Mode dial to
,
or r mode
- Turning the camera off
• If the flash is too bright, use flash brightness adjustment
(➝P.94).
• Even if [
MULTI] (➝p.97) in the [H AF MODE] is set,
the camera focuses near the center of the screen.
• AF-assist may not function correctly if the camera is up
close to the subject, such as in Macro mode.
Advanced Features — Photography
AUTO
CHECK
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d Setting the Flash (Intelligent Flash)
Flash photography is useful for taking pictures at night or indoor dark locations. Choose from 6 flash modes according to the
type of shot. See p.77-78 for information on the available Shooting modes.
MEMO
MEMO
By calculating subject distance and brightness, the camera
automatically adjusts the flash amount and sensitivity to
suit shooting conditions. This maintains consistent balance
of bright/dark areas across the image in low-light
conditions (dimly-lit room, etc.). The Intelligent Flash
feature guarantees consistent results when using the flash.
When pressing the shutter button down halfway, b
appears on the screen before the flash fires.
A Press the Flash pop-up button to pop up the flash.
[
[
B Select the flash mode setting.
AUTO FLASH] (not displayed)
Use this mode for ordinary photography.
The flash fires as required by the shooting conditions.
RED EYE REDUCTION]
This mode is suitable for shooting portraits in
low-light conditions.
Use this mode to minimize red-eye (eyes
appear in red in the finished photo).
MEMO
When using the flash to take a picture of people in lowlight 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.
The flash setting changes each
time you press d (q).
When [
FACE
DETECTIONbREMOVAL ON] is set.
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[d FORCED FLASH], [
FLASH]
FORCED
Use this mode in backlit scenes, or to get the correct
colors when taking a picture under bright lighting. In this
mode, the flash fires in bright as well as dark conditions.
Using
synchronizes Red-eye reduction mode.
This mode allows you to take pictures of people at night
that clearly show both your subjects and the night time
backdrop. To prevent camera shake, always use a tripod.
Using n synchronizes Red-eye reduction mode.
Using / selects slow shutter speeds of up to 1/4
seconds.
When [
B
FACE DETECTIONbREMOVAL OFF] is set:
AUTO
d
✓
✓
c
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Advanced Features — Photography
[c SLOW SYNCHRO],
[n RED EYE & SLOW]
Z Available flash modes in Shooting modes
Available flash modes in each Shooting mode are listed
below.
,
H
CAUTION
In bright scenes, overexposure may occur.
✓
/
✓
Suppressed flash
Pressing the flash down
changes the camera to
Suppressed flash mode.
This mode is suitable for
situations where the flash
cannot be used. Use a tripod
to prevent camera shake
when shooting in
Suppressed flash mode in
the dark condition.
✓
✓
✓
✓
.
✓
✓
N
✓
✓
M
✓
<
✓
>
✓
✓
✓
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77
d Setting the Flash (Intelligent Flash)
When [
FACE DETECTIONbREMOVAL ON] is set:
n
B
✓
✓
H
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
/
✓
N
78
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
M
✓
<
✓
>
✓
✓
✓
CHECK
Effective flash range (S : [AUTO])
Wide-angle: Approx. 60 cm to 7.2 m (2.0 ft. to 23.6 ft.)
Telephoto: Approx. 2.5 m to 3.8 m (8.2 ft. to 12.5 ft.)
If you take pictures outside of the effective flash range,
the image may appear dark even if the flash is used.
CAUTION Notes on using flash
• If the shutter speed is set to a speed faster than 1/1000
sec., the image may appear dark even if the flash is
used.
• If pressing the shutter button while the flash is charging
(indicator lamp blinking orange), the picture will be
taken without the flash (when using [AUTO] and
).
• The flash charging time may increase when the battery
is low on charge.
• When taking a picture using the flash, the image may
disappear and go dark briefly due to flash charging. The
indicator lamp blinks orange during charging.
• The flash fires several times (pre-flashes and the main
flash). Do not move the camera until the picture is
taken.
* Self-Timer
The self-timer is used in situations where the photographer is included in the shot.
Available Shooting modes: All
Setting self-timer
The self-timer setting changes each time you press *
(o).
Taking pictures using self-timer
1
Double
beep
Beep
The last displayed setting
is the selected mode.
AUTO
OFF
:The picture is taken
after 10 seconds.
(: The picture is taken
after 2 seconds.
Halfway pressed
Fully pressed
Advanced Features — Photography
Press the shutter button down halfway to
focus on the subject and press the shutter
button fully.
Pressing the shutter button down halfway that focuses
on the subject.
Without releasing the shutter button, press the button
all the way down (fully pressed) to start the self-timer.
Continued Q
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* Self-Timer
2
Take pictures in selected time.
A picture is taken after the self-timer lamp changes from
lit to blinking (only blinks with the 2-second self-timer).
Using the 2-second self-timer
This is useful when you worry about camera shake even if
attaching the camera on a tripod.
MEMO
• To stop the self-timer, once it has started running, press
DISP/BACK.
• Any of the following cancels the self-timer setting:
- Completing the shooting
- Changing the Mode dial
- Setting the camera to Playback mode
- Turning the camera off
• Take care not to stand in front of the lens when pressing
the shutter button as this can prevent the correct focus
or brightness (exposure) from being achieved.
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A countdown appears on
the LCD monitor indicating
the time remaining until the
picture is taken.
Taking pictures with the selftimer and Intelligent Face
Detection function
Available Shooting modes: B,
,
,
,
, /,
,
,
), N, M, <, >
(H,
Intelligent Face Detection
The Intelligent Face Detection function is especially
useful when using the self timer since it ensures that
faces will appear in focus automatically.
This is convenient when taking a self portrait.
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f Taking pictures continuously
Use this mode to take pictures of a moving subject.
A Press f to display the continuous shooting setting
screen.
OFF
TOP 7(RAW 3)
B Rotate the command dial to
select the Continuous
shooting mode, while
pressing f. Release f to
set your selection.
[f TOP 7 (RAW 3)]: Continuous shooting
[
TOP503]: High speed continuous shooting
[
DYNAMIC RANGE BKT]: Dynamic range bracketing
[
FILM SIMULATION BKT]: Film simulation bracketing
[j AE BKT]: AE bracketing
[k LAST 7(RAW 3)]: Cycle continuous shooting
[h LONG PERIOD]: Long period continuous shooting
Advanced Features — Photography
CONTINUOUS
CAUTION
• Shooting continues as long as holding the shutter
button down. In [DYNAMIC RANGE BKT], [FILM
SIMULATION BKT] and [AE BKT] modes however, just
press the shutter button once to shoot 3 frames.
• Number of available frames is limited depending on the
available space on the Memory Card or internal
memory. In [DYNAMIC RANGE BKT], [FILM
SIMULATION BKT] and [AE BKT] modes, if there is
insufficient space on the Memory Card or internal
memory to record 3 frames, no pictures are taken.
• The focus is determined in the first frame and cannot be
changed in mid-sequence (except for [LONG
PERIOD]).
• The exposure is determined in the first frame, but in
[LONG PERIOD] continuous shooting the exposure is
adjusted for the scene being shot.
• The speed of continuous shooting varies depending on
the shutter speed.
• The flash cannot be used as the flash mode is set to
Suppressed flash. However, when the mode is changed
back to normal photography, the flash setting specified
before continuous shooting was selected is restored.
• For [TOP 7 (RAW 3)], [TOP50 3], [DYNAMIC RANGE
BKT], [FILM SIMULATION BKT], [AE BKT] and [LAST
7(RAW 3)], the results are always displayed after you
shoot. Note that pictures taken using [LONG PERIOD]
continuous shooting are recorded without displaying
the results.
• In [LAST 7(RAW 3)] and [LONG PERIOD] modes, only
1 frame can be shot when using with the Self-timer
mode.
• File recording time using [TOP 7 (RAW 3)], [TOP50
3], [DYNAMIC RANGE BKT], [FILM SIMULATION
BKT], [AE BKT] or [LAST 7(RAW 3)] may increase
when recording to a Memory Card or internal memory.
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f Taking pictures continuously
[f TOP 7 (RAW 3)] continuous shooting
[
Available Shooting modes: All
Available Shooting modes:
STORING
Shooting continues as long as
holding the shutter button
down. This mode shoots up to
7 frames (approx. 3 frames/
sec.).
DYNAMIC RANGE BKT]
, N, M, <
The camera automatically varies the dynamic range
setting, and 3 frames are shot continuously in order of
100%, 200% and 400%.
CAUTION
• ISO sensitivity is restricted. For details, see p.74.
• This mode cannot be used when [
CCD-RAW] is set
to [ON] in the [SET-UP] menu.
CAUTION
When [
CCD-RAW] is set to [ON] in the [SET-UP]
menu, up to 3 frames can be shot.
[
TOP503] (approx. 7 frames/sec.)
Available Shooting modes: All except
,
Shooting continues up to 50 frames as long as the shutter
button is held down (approx. 7 frames/sec.). Use this
mode when your priority is continuous shooting speed
over image quality, during continuous shooting.
CAUTION
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• [
FILM SIMULATION] will be set to [
PROVIA].
• [
DYNAMIC RANGE] will be set to [AUTO].
• The options of [
QUALITY] (➝p.89) are not available.
Even if you set the quality beforehand to 5 or higher,
the quality is limited to 3 or under. The restriction is
cleared when you select another shooting mode.
• This mode cannot be used when [
CCD-RAW] is set
to [ON] in the [SET-UP] menu.
[
FILM SIMULATION BKT]
Available Shooting modes:
, N, M, <
The camera automatically varies the [
FILM
SIMULATION] setting, and 3 frames are shot
continuously in order of [
PROVIA], [
Velvia] and
[
SOFT].
CAUTION
• ISO sensitivity is restricted. For details, see p.74.
• This mode cannot be used when [
CCD-RAW] is set
to [ON] in the [SET-UP] menu.
MEMO Changing the setting (exposure range)
[j AE BKT]
Available Shooting modes:
STORING
, N, M, <, >
CHECK
WHITE BALANCE
WB FINE TUNE
AE BKT EV STEPS
FLASH
EXTERNAL FLASH
AF MODE
AUTO
1/ EV
3
2/ EV
3
1
EV
Press MENU/OK to display
[SHOOTING MENU] and
change the setting in the [
AE BKT EV STEPS] menu
option (➝p.93).
Advanced Features — Photography
This mode shoots the same
image with different exposure
settings.
Bracketing shoots 3
continuous frames, each with
a different exposure setting.
is correctly exposed,
is overexposed and
is
underexposed.
The exposure range settings
can be changed in [
AE
BKT EV STEPS] in the
[SHOOTING MENU].
SHOOTING MENU
AE bracketing settings (3) [±1/3 EV], [±2/3 EV], [±1 EV]
CAUTION
• If the underexposed or overexposed frame is outside
the camera’s control range, the picture is not taken with
the specified setting increments.
• [
AE BKT] cannot be used when the Shooting mode
is set to B,
, or
.
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f Taking pictures continuously
[k LAST 7(RAW 3)] continuous
shooting
[h LONG PERIOD] continuous
shooting
Available Shooting modes: All
Available Shooting modes: All
Shooting continues as long as holding the shutter button
down.
This mode shoots up to 50 times (approx. 3 frames/sec.).
The camera records the final 7 frames shot when you
release the shutter button.
Shooting continues as long as holding the shutter button
down. This mode shoots up to Memory Card or internal
memory end.
Press shutter button.
Max.50 shots
Press shutter button.
Release shutter button.
Release shutter button.
All frames
7 frames
CAUTION
CAUTION
When [
CCD-RAW] is set to [ON] in the [SET-UP]
menu, up to 3 frames can be recorded.
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This mode cannot be used when [
[ON] in the [SET-UP] menu.
CCD-RAW] is set to
Using [SHOOTING MENU]
Setting the menu (➝p.85)
Use these menus to adjust image quality or focus. You can take pictures in a wide range of conditions.
Setting the [SHOOTING MENU]
C Press q.
SHOOTING MENU
QUALITY
COLOR
TONE
SHARPNESS
D Press n or o to change the setting.
AUTO
N
STD
STD
STD
A Press MENU/OK to open [SHOOTING
MENU].
B Press n or o to select the menu.
E Press MENU/OK to confirm the setting.
Advanced Features — Photography
FILM SIMULATION
DYNAMIC RANGE
85
Using [SHOOTING MENU]
Setting the menu (➝p.85)
Z List of [SHOOTING MENU] options
Menu
Factory
default
Settings
[
SCENE
POSITION]
(➝p.56)
This setting can be used when the Mode dial is set to
or
.
,,
Use this setting to provide the best [SHOOTING MENU] setting for the H,
scene being shot.
/,
.,
[
FILM
SIMULATION]
(➝p.88)
This setting can be used when the Mode dial is set to anything other
than B,
or
.
Use this setting to change color or tone of images.
[
DYNAMIC
RANGE]
(➝p.88)
,
,
,
,
This setting can be used when the Mode dial is set to anything other
than B,
and
.
Use this setting to change the dynamic range of images.
[AUTO]/
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
:
:H
,
/
/
[AUTO]
[
QUALITY]
(➝p.89)
Specifies the image size.The larger image size, the better image
quality is obtained. The smaller image size, the larger number of
images are recorded.
F/
N/%/5/
3/2/`
[
COLOR]
(➝p.90)
This setting can be used when the Mode dial is set to anything other
than B,
or
.
Use this setting to change color density when shooting.
[HIGH]/[MID]/
[LOW]/[B&W]
[MID]
[
TONE]
(➝p.90)
This setting can be used when the Mode dial is set to anything other
than B,
or
.
Use this setting to change contrast when shooting.
[HARD]/[STD]/
[SOFT]
[STD]
[
SHARPNESS]
(➝p.91)
This setting can be used when the Mode dial is set to anything other
than B,
or
.
Use this setting to soften or emphasize the outline of an image.
[HARD]/[STD]/
[SOFT]
[STD]
This setting can be used when the Mode dial is set to anything other
than B,
or
.
Use this setting to adjust the color balance to suit the color of the
ambient light around the subject.
[AUTO]/ / /6/
7/9/0/-/8
[AUTO]
This setting can be used when the Mode dial is set to anything other
than B,
or
.
Use this setting for fine tuning white balance.
[-3]/[-2]/[-1]/[0]/[+1]/
[+2]/[+3]
[0]
[TWHITE
BALANCE]
(➝p.91)
[
86
Functions
WB FINE TUNE]
(➝p.93)
N
Setting the menu (➝p.85)
Menu
Settings
Factory
default
[±1/3 EV]/[±2/3 EV]/
[±1 EV]
[±1/3 EV]
Functions
This setting can be used when the Mode dial is set to anything other
than B,
or
.
Use this setting to shoot the same image with different exposure
settings.
[
FLASH]
(➝p.94)
This setting can be used when the Mode dial is set to anything other
[–2/3 EV] to [+2/3
than B,
or
.
EV] in approx. 1/3
Use this setting to adjust the amount of light emitted by the flash to suit
EV increments
the shooting conditions or to achieve a desired effect.
[
EXTERNAL
FLASH]
(➝p.95)
This setting can be used when the Mode dial is set to anything other
than B,
or
.
Use this setting for external flash.
[H AF MODE]
(➝p.97)
[
[
This setting can be used when the Mode dial is set to anything other
than B,
or
.
Use this setting to specify the focusing area.
[ON]/[OFF]
/
[OFF]
/
HIGH-SPEED
SHOOTING]
(➝p.99)
When setting [. SPORT] mode, the camera sets to [
HIGHSPEED SHOOTING] mode automatically.
Use this setting to reduce the time required for focusing.
[ON]/[OFF]
CUSTOM SET]
(➝p.99)
This setting can be used when the Mode dial is set to anything other
than B,
or
.
Use this setting to save your favorite shooting settings.
[C1]/[C2]
Other factory default settings:
ISO: [AUTO(800)] when shooting mode is set to B. [200] when shooting mode is set to
Dual Image Stabilizer: ON
Intelligent Face Detection: OFF
[0]
[OFF]
Advanced Features — Photography
AE BKT EV
STEPS]
(➝p.93)
[
–
, N, M, < or >.
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[SHOOTING MENU]
Setting the menu (➝p.85)
Setting the Film Simulation
([
FILM SIMULATION])
Setting the Dynamic Range
([
DYNAMIC RANGE])
Available Shooting modes: All except
B,
,
Available Shooting modes: All except
B,
,
Use this setting to change color or tone of images to save.
4 types of film are available according to shooting
subjects.
D-Range
0
Color
0
Tone
0
Sensitivety
0
Sets the dynamic range used for photographed images.
SHOOTING MENU
FILM SIMULATION
DYNAMIC RANGE AUTO
QUALITY
100%
COLOR
200%
TONE
400%
SHARPNESS
SOFT
PORTRAIT
I d e a l fo r a w i d e
range of subjects
SET
[
[
[
[
88
CANCEL
PROVIA]: Use this mode for shooting portrait or
scenery in standard colors and tones.
Velvia]: Use this mode for shooting the scenery or
nature in high brightness and sharp tone.
SOFT]: Use this mode for shooting in soft tone with
muted color.
PORTRAIT]: Use this mode to reproduce natural
skin tones.
[AUTO]: The camera automatically varies the dynamic
range between 100% and 400% according to
the scene being shot before taking the picture.
This mode suppresses white flaring and black
patches in scenes with high contrast while also
enabling you to achieve good levels of contrast
in pictures taken indoors or in cloudy weather
where a wide dynamic range is not needed.
[
100%], [
200%], [
400%]:
Takes the picture with a fixed dynamic range
value, regardless of the scene being shot.
CAUTION
CAUTION
ISO sensitivity is restricted. For details, see p.74.
• ISO sensitivity is restricted. For details, see p.74.
• Although wider dynamic range settings will allow you to
take pictures with good levels of contrast, they will also
increase the amount of speckling in your images.
Choose the dynamic range setting that best suits the
conditions.
• [
DYNAMIC RANGE] can be set only when [
FILM SIMULATION] is set to [
PROVIA].
Setting the menu (➝p.85)
Changing the quality setting
([
QUALITY])
Area shot and quality setting
Area shot excluding %
Use this menu to specify the image size (number of
recorded pixels).
Select the quality setting for the scene being shot.
Area shot with %
ISO 400
ISO 400
Quality mode
Sample uses
F (3840 × 2880) Printing at up to 10R (25.4 × 30.5 cm/
N (3840 × 2880) 10 × 12 in.) / A4 size / A3 size
For better quality, select
F
% (4032 × 2688)
5 (2816 × 2112)
3 (2048 × 1536)
Printing at up to 6R (15.2 × 20.3 cm/
6 × 8 in.) / A5 size
2 (1600 × 1200)
Printing at up to 4R (10.2 × 15.2 cm/
4 × 6 in.) / A6 size
` (640 × 480)
To use for e-mail or web site
2000
F2.8
2000
F2.8
Normal shooting provides an aspect ratio of 4:3 and %
shooting provides an aspect ratio of 3:2 (same aspect ratio as
35 mm film and post card).
MEMO
Advanced Features — Photography
Z Quality settings in Shooting mode
• The bigger the number of recorded pixels, the better the
image quality becomes. As the number of recorded
pixels becomes smaller, you will be able to record more
frames to a Memory Card.
• The quality setting is retained even when the camera is
turned off or the mode setting is changed.
• When changing the quality setting, the number of
available frames also changes (➝p.168). The numbers
to the right of setting show the number of available
frames.
• Available [S ISO] setting changes depending on the
quality setting. For the relation of ISO sensitivity and
quality, see p.74.
CAUTION
When [
menu, [
CCD-RAW] is set to [ON] in the [SET-UP]
QUALITY] cannot be set.
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[SHOOTING MENU]
Setting the menu (➝p.85)
Setting Color ([
COLOR])
Available Shooting modes: All except
B,
,
Set the density of the color used when shooting images.
Setting Contrast ([
TONE])
Available Shooting modes: All except
B,
,
Use this setting to adjust the contrast of images to be
shot.
SHOOTING MENU
SHOOTING MENU
FILM SIMULATION
DYNAMIC RANGE
QUALITY
COLOR
TONE
SHARPNESS
FILM SIMULATION
DYNAMIC RANGE
QUALITY
HARD
COLOR
STD
TONE
SOFT
SHARPNESS
HIGH
MID
LOW
B&W
[HIGH]: This setting provides the highest color density.
[MID]: This setting sets the standard color density.
[LOW]: This setting specifies the lowest color density.
[B&W]: This setting converts the colors in the
photographed image to black and white.
AUTO
[HARD]: This setting provides the highest level of
contrast.
[STD]: This setting sets the contrast for photographed
images to the standard level.
[SOFT]: This setting specifies the lowest contrast.
CAUTION
[
COLOR] can be set only when [
FILM
SIMULATION] is set to [
PROVIA].
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CAUTION
[
TONE] can be set only when [
FILM
SIMULATION] is set to [
PROVIA].
Setting the menu (➝p.85)
Adjust the image outline (hard/
soft) ([
SHARPNESS])
Adjusting color balance
([T WHITE BALANCE])
Available Shooting modes: All except
B,
,
Available Shooting modes: All except
B,
,
Adjust the color balance based on white to suit the color
of the ambient light around the subject.
WHITE BALANCE
SHOOTING MENU
AUTO
FILM SIMULATION
DYNAMIC RANGE
AUTO
QUALITY
HARD
COLOR
STANDARD
TONE
SOFT
SHARPNESS
[HARD]: Emphasizes the outlines. Best for shots of
subjects such as buildings or text where sharp
images are desirable.
[STANDARD ([STD])]: Best for ordinary photography.
Provides edge sharpness that is
ideal for most picture taking
situations.
[SOFT]: Softens the outlines. Best for shots of subjects
such as people, where a softer image is
desirable.
CAUTION
[
SHARPNESS] can be set only when [
SIMULATION] is set to [
PROVIA].
FILM
[AUTO]: Automatic adjustment
[
CUSTOM 1]/
[
CUSTOM 2]: Select the white balance by using white
paper to suit the shooting conditions.
[6 FINE]: Shooting outdoors in good weather
[7 SHADE]: Shooting in shade
[9 FLUORESCENT LIGHT-1]: Shooting under Daylight
fluorescent lamps
[0 FLUORESCENT LIGHT-2]: Shooting under Warm
White fluorescent lamps
[- FLUORESCENT LIGHT-3]: Shooting under Cool
White fluorescent lamps
[8 INCANDESCENT]: Shooting in incandescent light
Advanced Features — Photography
Use this setting to soften or emphasize the outline and
quality of an image.
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[SHOOTING MENU]
Setting the menu (➝p.85)
Custom white balance
A Select [
CUSTOM 1] or [
CUSTOM 2] (➝p.85).
B Hold a piece of white paper under the light source for
setting the white balance, so that it fills entire the frame
in the screen. Then press the shutter button to set the
white balance.
ISO 100
OVER
Set the exposure
compensation again, using
a negative value (–) when
[OVER] appears and a
positive value (+) when
[UNDER] appears (➝p.66).
F
[OVER] or [UNDER]
CUSTOM WB
Example
You can change the white balance for a photographed image
by using colored paper instead of white paper.
NEW WB
NOT CHANGE
CANCEL
MEMO
MEMO
To use the white balance set previously, press MENU/OK
without pressing the shutter button.
C When the correct exposure is measured,
[COMPLETED!] appears. Press MENU/OK to confirm
the setting.
COMPLETED!
SET
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CANCEL
• In AUTO mode, the correct white balance may not be
achieved for subjects such as close-ups of people’s
faces and pictures taken under a special light source.
Select the correct white balance for the light source.
• When the flash fires, the white balance (except for
custom white balance) setting for the flash is used.
Consequently, to achieve a particular effect, the flash
mode should be set to Suppressed flash (➝p.77).
• The specified custom white balance is retained until it is
reset. This setting is retained even if the battery is
removed.
• The color tones may vary depending on the shooting
conditions (light source, etc.).
• After taking the picture, check the image color (white
balance).
• Explanation of Terms “White Balance” (➝p.171)
• Use the same ISO setting when custom white balance
was set, before shooting.
Setting the menu (➝p.85)
White Balance Fine Tune
(
WB FINE TUNE)
Available Shooting modes: All except
B,
,
R (red)-Cy:
WB FINE TUNE
B
R
0
0
Cy
SET
Ye
CANCEL
Setting + makes
images reddish,
and – makes
images cyanic.
B (blue)-Ye: Setting + makes
images bluish,
and – makes
images
yellowish.
Setting R-Cy and B-Ye to +
makes images magentaish.
Setting R-Cy and B-Ye to –
makes images greenish.
Available Shooting modes: All except
B,
,
Use this setting to shoot the same subject with different
exposure settings. Bracketing shoots 3 continuous
frames, one of which is correctly exposed while the
remaining two are underexposed and overexposed
respectively by a set amount.
SHOOTING MENU
WHITE BALANCE
WB FINE TUNE
AE BKT EV STEPS
FLASH
EXTERNAL FLASH
AF MODE
AUTO
1/ EV
3
2/ EV
3
1
EV
Advanced Features — Photography
Use this setting for white balance fine tuning. The
adjustment range for 1 step is –3 to +3.
Shoot the same image with
different exposure
([
AE BKT EV STEPS])
CHECK
A Set the fine tune value between –3 and +
3.
B Press MENU/OK to confirm the setting.
• Bracketing settings (3) [±1/3 EV], [±2/3 EV], [±1 EV]
• Explanation of Terms “EV” (➝p.170)
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CAUTION
The [
WB FINE TUNE] setting cannot be cleared when
the Power switch is set to OFF.
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[SHOOTING MENU]
Setting the menu (➝p.85)
CAUTION
• If the underexposed or overexposed frame is outside
the camera’s control range, the picture is not taken with
the specified setting increments.
• Flash cannot be used.
• This feature always takes 3 shots. However, if there is
insufficient space on the Memory Card or internal
memory for 3 shots, no picture will be taken.
MEMO AE bracketing
CONTINUOUS
OFF
After setting the exposure for
[
AE BKT EV STEPS],
select [j AE BKT] by
pressing f.
Adjust the amount of light
emitted by the flash
([
FLASH] (Brightness
Adjustment))
Available Shooting modes: All except
B,
,
Use this setting to change the amount of light emitted by
the flash to suit the shooting conditions or to achieve a
desired effect.
SHOOTING MENU
AE BKT
WHITE BALANCE
WB FINE TUNE
AE BKT EV STEPS
FLASH
EXTERNAL FLASH
AF MODE
2/
3
1/
3
0
1/
3
2/
3
CHECK
Compensation range:
• [–2/3 EV] to [+2/3 EV] in approx. 1/3 EV increments
(total: 5 levels selectable)
• Explanation of Terms “EV” (➝p.170)
CAUTION
• Depending on the type of subject and the shooting
distance, brightness adjustment may have no effect.
• The image may appear dark when the shutter speed is
set to speeds higher than 1/1000 sec.
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Setting the menu (➝p.85)
Using External Flash
([
EXTERNAL FLASH])
C Select Shooting mode. The mode can be set to N, M,
<, >,
, or
, however > is recommended.
Available Shooting modes: All except
B,
,
A Select [ON] in the menu (➝p.85).
D Set the external flash.
SHOOTING MENU
WHITE BALANCE
WB FINE TUNE
AE BKT EV STEPS
FLASH
EXTERNAL FLASH
AF MODE
AUTO
1/
3
B Close the built-in flash to attach the external flash to the
hot shoe of the camera, and tighten the locking screw.
Hot shoe
F
ON
OFF
AUTO
MODE
ISO
Advanced Features — Photography
Use this setting to use the external flash. The
synchronized shutter speed is up to 1/4000 sec.
SELECT
* The Illustration shows an external flash (commercially
available).
For an external flash, refer to the user’s manual for the
flash and specify the settings as described below.
• Select external flash mode (TTL mode cannot be
used).
• Match the settings to the camera aperture setting.
Set the flash for the aperture setting measured by the
camera.
• Match the sensitivity setting (➝p.73) to the setting on
the camera.
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[SHOOTING MENU]
Setting the menu (➝p.85)
CAUTION
• The image may appear dark when the shutter speed is
set to speeds higher than 1/1000 sec.
• Set [A WHITE BALANCE] (➝p.91) to [AUTO] or
custom white balance (➝p.92).
• If you pop up the built-in flash when [
EXTERNAL
FLASH] is set to [ON], the built-in flash fires once as a
signal for the external flash to fire. The hot shoe and the
synchronizing terminal do not make a signal for flash.
• Flash cannot be used when [f CONTINUOUS]
(➝p.81) is selected.
Using a Synchronizing terminal
Attach the synchronization cord from the external flash to the
Synchronizing terminal on the camera by pushing the cord into
the terminal securely.
Synchronizing terminal
CHECK
• Ordinary external flash units can be used. However,
some camera-specific flash units cannot be used.
• Compatible flash units must meet the following 3
conditions;
- The aperture can be set.
- External flash synchronization can be used.
- The sensitivity can be set.
• If white balance is incorrect, adjust it by selecting [
CUSOTM 1] or [
CUSTOM 2] in [A WHITE
BALANCE] of [SHOOTING MENU] (➝p.91).
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Synchronizing terminal cap
Synchronization cord
Setting the menu (➝p.85)
Specifying the focusing area
([H AF MODE])
MULTI]
Use this mode to specify the focusing area that best suits
the subject.
: [CENTER]
SHOOTING MENU
: [MULTI]
: [AREA]
WHITE BALANCE
AUTO
WB FINE TUNE
AE BKT EV STEPS
FLASH
EXTERNAL FLASH
AF MODE
[
Halfway pressed
CENTER
MULTI
AREA
CENTER]
Advanced Features — Photography
Available Shooting modes: All except
B,
,
(When Intelligent Face Detection is turned
OFF)
[
When pressing the shutter button down halfway, the
camera recognizes any strongly contrasting subject near
the center of the screen and displays the AF frame over
subject in focus.
AF frame
The camera focuses on the center of the screen.
Use this setting when taking pictures with AF/AE lock
(➝p.40).
CAUTION
ISO 200
When taking pictures in Macro mode, the camera focuses
on the center of the screen.
MEMO
2000
F2.8
When the AF frame does not appear in the focusing
position, select [
CENTER] in the AF mode and use
AF/AE lock (➝p.40).
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[SHOOTING MENU]
[
Setting the menu (➝p.85)
AREA]
D Press the shutter button to take pictures.
The camera changes the focusing position on the screen.
Use this setting when composing the shot using a tripod
and changing the focusing position.
SELECT AF AREA
MEMO
Before moving
Target point
After moving
A Display the setting screen.
B Press nopq to move the
(target point) to the focusing
position, while pressing
(onetouch AF button).
ISO 200
2000
F2.8
C When you release the
One-touch AF button, the
AF frame appears in the location to which the target
point was moved.
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• To reposition the AF frame, repeat from step A.
• Regardless of the AF frame location, the exposure is
always set using the area in the center of the screen. To
expose the shot for your main subject, use AF/AE lock
(➝p.40).
Setting the menu (➝p.85)
Focusing the shot quickly
([
HIGH-SPEED SHOOTING])
Saving your favorite settings
(
CUSTOM SET)
Available Shooting modes: All
Available Shooting modes: All except
B,
,
Use this mode to save the shooting conditions (Shooting
mode, sensitivity, quality, set-up menu options etc.)
previously set.
SHOOTING MENU
HIGH-SPEED SHOOTING
CUSTOM SET
SET-UP
SHOOTING MENU
ON
OFF
HIGH-SPEED SHOOTING
OFF
CUSTOM SET
C1
SET-UP
C2
C1: To save settings in
C2: To save settings in
CAUTION
[
EVF/LCD MODE] in the [SET-UP] menu is
automatically set to [60fps] (➝p.170).
MEMO
• Focal range
With [
HIGH-SPEED SHOOTING] set to [OFF]
Wide-angle: approx. 50 cm (1.6 ft.) to infinity
Telephoto: approx. 2.5 m (8.2 ft) to infinity
With [
HIGH-SPEED SHOOTING] set to [ON]
Wide-angle: approx. 2 m (6.6 ft.) to infinity
Telephoto: approx. 5 m (16.4 ft) to infinity
• When taking pictures while [HIGH-SPEED SHOOTING]
is set to [ON], the battery will run down more quickly.
• When setting [. SPORT], the camera sets to [
HIGH-SPEED SHOOTING] mode automatically.
Advanced Features — Photography
Use this mode to reduce the time required for focusing
when pressing the shutter button down halfway.
It is useful to avoid missing snapshot opportunities.
The following [SHOOTING MENU] options can be saved by
selecting [
CUSTOM SET]:
• [
FILM SIMULATION] • [
WB FINE TUNE]
• [
DYNAMIC RANGE]
• [
AE BKT EV STEPS]
• [
QUALITY]
• [
FLASH]
• [
COLOR]
• [
EXTERNAL FLASH]
• [
TONE]
• [HAF MODE]
• [
SHARPNESS]
• [
HIGH-SPEED
• [TWHITE BALANCE]
SHOOTING]
The following [SET-UP] menu options can be saved by
selecting [
CUSTOM SET]:
• [
AF ILLUMINATOR]
• [
CCD-RAW]
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Playback Information
CAUTION
Shooting information can be checked when the camera is
set to single-frame playback mode. While pressing D, the
information is displayed. Release D to return to playback
mode.
• Highlight warning
100-0002
100
0002
N
ISO 400
1/60 F3.5
:
:OFF
OFF
:AUTO
AUTO
:+1
12/ 31
12
31/ 2050 10
10: 00 AM
Overexposed area blinks in
black.
Highlight warning
Histograms
100-0002
100
0002
A histogram is a chart showing the distribution of brightness in
an image (horizontal axis: brightness; vertical axis: pixels).
N
A Quality
B Sensitivity
C Shutter speed/Aperture
D Film simulation
E Flash
F White balance
G Exposure compensation setting
H Frame number
I Histogram
100
Pixels
ISO 400
1/60 F3.5
:
:OFF
OFF
:AUTO
AUTO
:+1
12/ 31
12
31/ 2050 10:00 AM
Brightness
Shadows
Highlights
A Optimal exposure:
There is an ample distribution of
pixels overall with a peak in the
middle range.
B Overexposed:
The number of highlight pixels
is high with the distribution
sloping upwards to the right.
C Underexposed:
The number of shadow pixels is
high with the distribution sloping
upwards to the left.
CAUTION
The shape of the graph will vary depending on the
subject.
Using [PLAYBACK MENU]
Use these menus to playback photographed images.
Setting the [PLAYBACK MENU]
A Set the camera to Playback mode (➝p.44).
PLAYBACK MENU
B Press MENU/OK to open [PLAYBACK
MENU].
C Press n or o to select the menu.
Menu
Page
[G ERASE]
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[
SLIDE SHOW]
102
[
RED EYE REMOVAL]
102
[
IMAGE ROTATE]
103
[
PROTECT]
104
[V COPY]
106
[
VOICE MEMO]
107
[
TRIMMING]
110
[
PRINT ORDER (DPOF)]
112
Advanced Features — Playback
ERASE
SLIDE SHOW
RED EYE REMOVAL
IMAGE ROTATE
PROTECT
COPY
Z List of [PLAYBACK MENU] option
D Press q.
E Press n or o to change the setting.
F Press MENU/OK to confirm the setting.
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[PLAYBACK MENU]
Setting automatic playback
([
SLIDE SHOW])
Use this mode to playback photographed images
continuously. You can select type of image transition.
Setting the menu (➝p.101)
Correcting red-eye effect in
images
([
RED EYE REMOVAL])
You can correct the red-eye effect in images taken with
the Intelligent Face Detection (➝p.37) (
appears on
the screen).
PLAYBACK MENU
ERASE
NORMAL
SLIDE SHOW
NORMAL
RED EYE REMOVAL
FADE-IN
IMAGE ROTATE
FADE-IN
PROTECT
MULTIPLE
COPY
REMOVAL OK?
YES
CANCEL
MEMO
• To interrupt automatic playback, press MENU/OK.
• Press p or q to advance or go back through the
images when selecting [NORMAL] and [FADE-IN].
• The Auto power off function (➝p.129) does not operate
during playback.
• Movie starts automatically. When the movie ends, the
playback function moves it on.
• Press DISP/BACK once during playback to display onscreen help.
• The date is displayed on the Slide Show (except
[MULTIPLE]) if the date is displayed on the SingleFrame Playback.
• The camera plays back the image taken with Intelligent
Face Detection (➝p.37) zoomed in on the detected face
when [NORMAL
] or [FADE-IN
] is selected.
A Press p or q to select the frame taken
with the Intelligent Face Detection.
B Press MENU/OK to open [PLAYBACK
MENU].
C Press n or o to select [
REMOVAL].
RED EYE
D Press q.
E Press MENU/OK to perform removal.
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Setting the menu (➝p.101)
CAUTION
CHECK
DETECTING
ARed-eye effect in an image
will be detected.
Rotating the images
([
IMAGE ROTATE])
Use this mode to rotate the image.
CAUTION
• Protected frames (files) cannot be rotated. Unprotect
the frames (files) before rotating them (➝p.104).
• When [
AUTOROTATE PB] in the [SET-UP] menu is
set to [OFF], images cannot be rotated.
MEMO
An image can be rotated only when playing back using
FinePix S100FS.
You may not be able to rotate images that were shot with
a camera other than the FinePix S100FS.
A Press p or q to select the rotating frame
(file).
Advanced Features — Playback
• If the camera is unable to detect faces in an image, it will
not correct the red eye-effect sufficiently, or not at all.
Also, the camera cannot correct the red-eye effect if the
face is in profile.
• Correction results may differ depending on scene.
• The processing may take more time if there are many
faces in the image.
• Images photographed with a camera
other than
FinePix S100FS cannot be red-eye corrected.
• The corrected image is added as a separate file in the
final frame and
is indicated in the image.
• A red-eye corrected image is shown with a
. The
image cannot be corrected again.
• Red eye effect in images taken with [
CCD-RAW] set
to [ON] in the [SET-UP] menu cannot be corrected.
B Press MENU/OK to open [PLAYBACK
MENU].
CANCEL
REMOVING
BRed-eye effect will be
corrected before the image is
recorded. When the red-eye
effect is not detected,
processing will end without the
[REMOVING] screen displayed.
C Press n or o to select [
ROTATE].
IMAGE
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[PLAYBACK MENU]
Setting the menu (➝p.101)
Protecting the images
([
PROTECT])
D Press q.
Use this mode to prevent frames (files) from being
accidentally erased.
IMAGE ROTATE
[FRAME] (set or reset a frame)
To protect or unprotect only the selected frame (file):
SET
CANCEL
PROTECT OK?
E Press n or o to rotate the image.
o: Rotates the image clockwise at a 90
degree angle.
n: Rotates the image counterclockwise at
a 90 degree angle.
YES
UNPROTECT OK?
CANCEL
Unprotected
YES
CANCEL
Protected (F appears)
A Press p or q to select the protecting/
unprotecting frame (file).
B Press MENU/OK to protect/unprotect the
currently displayed frame (file).
Unprotected: protecting frame (file)
Protected: reset frame (file)
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F Press MENU/OK to confirm the setting.
Next time the image is played back, it will
be automatically rotated.
Press DISP/BACK to cancel rotating the
image.
To protect another frame (file), repeat steps A and B.
When protecting frames (files) is completed, press DISP/
BACK.
Setting the menu (➝p.101)
MEMO To stop the procedure midway
[SET ALL]
SET ALL OK?
IT MAY TAKE A WHILE
CANCEL
YES
CANCEL
If the images are very large, protecting or unprotecting all
the frames (files) may take some time.
If you want to take a picture or record a movie during the
procedure, press DISP/BACK.
CAUTION
[RESET ALL]
The Format function erases all the frames (files),
including protected frames (files) (➝p.129).
RESET ALL OK?
IT MAY TAKE A WHILE
YES
Advanced Features — Playback
Press MENU/OK to protect all the frames
(files).
CANCEL
Press MENU/OK to unprotect all the frames
(files).
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[PLAYBACK MENU]
Setting the menu (➝p.101)
Copying the images
([V COPY])
Copying one frame at a time ([FRAME])
COPY
It is possible to transfer saved images between the
internal memory and a Memory Card.
INTERNAL MEMORY
CARD
FRAME
CARD
INTERNAL MEMORY
ALL FRAMES
Z Selecting COPY
YES
COPY
INTERNAL MEMORY
CARD
CARD
INTERNAL MEMORY
NEXT
CANCEL
A Press n or o to select [FRAME].
CANCEL
B Press MENU/OK.
A Press n or o to select [Y INTERNAL
MEMORY Q \ CARD] or [\ CARD Q
Y INTERNAL MEMORY].
C Press p or q to select the copying frame
(file).
D Press MENU/OK to copy the currently
displayed frame (file).
B Press q.
Copying the images to another Memory Card
Copy images from the Memory Card inserted in your camera
to the internal memory using the Copy Image function, then
remove that Memory Card and insert another Memory Card
into the camera. Then, copy the images to the Memory Card
from the internal memory.
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MEMO
To copy another frame (file), repeat steps C and D.
When copying frames (files) is completed, press DISP/
BACK.
Setting the menu (➝p.101)
Copying all frames ([ALL FRAMES])
COPY
INTERNAL MEMORY
CARD
FRAME
CARD
INTERNAL MEMORY
ALL FRAMES
Adding voice memos to the
images ([
VOICE MEMO])
Voice memos of up to 30 seconds can be added to still
images.
Recording voice memos
YES
CANCEL
B Press MENU/OK.
C Press MENU/OK to copy all the frames
(files).
B Press MENU/OK to open [PLAYBACK
MENU].
C Press n or o to select [
MEMO].
VOICE
D Press q.
Advanced Features — Playback
A Press n or o to select [ALL FRAMES].
A Press p or q to select the image to add
a voice memo.
CAUTION
• When [\ MEMORY FULL] or [Y MEMORY FULL]
appears on the screen, copying the data stops on the
way.
• When copying the image that has specified DPOF
setting, the DPOF setting is not copied.
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Setting the menu (➝p.101)
[PLAYBACK MENU]
REC STANDBY
START
FINISH
30s
CANCEL
REC
F The voice memo ends when pressing
MENU/OK midway or 30 seconds pass.
E Press MENU/OK to start recording.
The remaining recording time appears during recording.
RECORDING
To record your comment: press MENU/OK.
To rerecord the comment: press DISP/BACK.
28s
Remaining
time
Blinking red
REC
RE - REC
RE - REC
MEMO
• When the image already has a voice memo
PLAYBACK MENU
VOICE MEMO
BACK
TRIMMING
RE-REC
PRINT ORDER (DPOF)
SET-UP
MEMO
If you select an image
that already has a
voice memo, a screen
appears in which you
can select whether to
rerecord the memo.
• When [PROTECTED FRAME] appears, unprotect the
frame (➝p.104).
• Voice memos cannot be added to movies.
Microphone
Face the microphone to record your comment.
Hold the camera about 20 cm (7.9 in.) away for the best
results.
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Setting the menu (➝p.101)
Z Playing back voice memos
Playing back voice memo
Control
A Press p or q to select an image file with
a voice memo. # appears on the screen.
Playback
B Press o to start playing back the voice
memo.
STOP
Pause /
Resume
Pauses the voice memo during
playback.
Press o again to resume
playback.
Stop
Stops playback.
Press p or q while voice
memo playback is stopped to go
back to the previous file or
advance to the next file
respectively.
Fast forward /
Rewind
Press p or q during playback
to skip forwards or backwards
through the voice memo.
These buttons do not function
while playback is paused.
The playback time appears on
the screen along with a
progress bar.
PAUSE
Progress bar
CAUTION
Advanced Features — Playback
15s
Description
Playback begins.
The voice memo stops when
playback ends.
CHECK
• Audio recording format:
WAVE (➝p.170), PCM recording format
• Audio file size:
Approx. 350 KB (for a 30-second voice memo)
Speaker
Uncover the speaker.
The sound may be difficult to hear.
MEMO Playing voice memo files
You may not be able to play back some voice memo files
recorded on other cameras.
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Setting the menu (➝p.101)
[PLAYBACK MENU]
Adjusting volume of voice memos
Volume can be adjusted while playing back voice memos.
Trimming the images
([
TRIMMING])
Use this mode to trim the required part of the
photographed image.
VOLUME
7
CHECK
Before selecting [
frame (file).
SET
A Press MENU/OK while playing back voice
memo.
The voice memo is paused during
playback.
B Press n or o to adjust the volume.
C Press MENU/OK to confirm your selection.
Camera starts to play back the voice
memo.
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TRIMMING], select the trimming
CANCEL
o button
(Zoom out)
TRIMMING
PANNING
YES
n button
(Zoom in)
TRIMMING
CANCEL
PANNING
YES
CANCEL
Zoom bar
A Press o or n to zoom in or out on an
image.
Setting the menu (➝p.101)
MEMO
TRIMMING
Navigation screen
(Current displayed image)
YES
CANCEL
C Press n, o, p or q to move to another
part of the image.
5
3
Printing at up to 6R (15.2 × 20.3 cm/6 × 8 in.) /
A5 size
2
Printing at up to 4R (10.2 × 15.2 cm/4 × 6 in.) /
A6 size
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To use for e-mail or web site
• When % quality setting is selected, the image is
trimmed to normal size (4:3 aspect ratio).
CAUTION
D Press MENU/OK.
REC OK?
• You may not be able to trim images that were shot with
a camera other than FinePix S100FS.
• Images taken with [
CCD-RAW] set to [ON] in the
[SET-UP] menu cannot be trimmed.
Advanced Features — Playback
B Press p or q to switch the display.
• Press DISP/BACK to return to the single-frame
playback.
• A saved image size varies depending on the zoom
scale of step A. For 0.3 M, [k YES] option appears
in yellow.
• Image sizes
Intelligent Face Detection
TRIMMING
REC
CANCEL
E Check the saved image size and press
MENU/OK.
The trimmed image is added as a separate
file in the final frame.
TRIMMING
YES
CANCEL
For images taken with the
Intelligent Face Detection
(➝p.37),
appears on
the screen. When you press
(Intelligent Face
Detection), the face that is
focused on is zoomed in to
help crop the main subject.
To specify a cropped part of
the image according to
preference, specify and
adjust according to the
procedure in [TRIMMING].
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[PLAYBACK MENU]
DPOF set frame
([
PRINT ORDER (DPOF)])
You can specify the image, number of prints, with or
without date of printing with a DPOF-compatible printer.
Setting the menu (➝p.101)
[WITH DATE] / [WITHOUT DATE]
Selecting [WITH DATEE], E appears on the screen
and the date will be imprinted on your prints.
PRINT ORDER (DPOF)
DPOF : 00009
Total number of prints
PLAYBACK MENU
VOICE MEMO
TRIMMING
PRINT ORDER (DPOF)
WITH DATE
SET-UP
WITHOUT DATE
RESET ALL
[WITH DATEE] : The date will be imprinted on your
prints.
[WITHOUT DATE]: The date will not be imprinted on your
prints.
[RESET ALL]
: All DPOF settings will be canceled.
Setting for that frame
01 SHEETS
FRAME
SET
A Press p or q to display the frame (file)
for specifying DPOF setting.
B Press n or o to set a value.
• Up to 99 sheets are printed.
• For frames (files) that you do not want
printed, set the number of prints to 0 (zero).
To specify more DPOF settings, repeat steps A and B.
C Always press MENU/OK after the settings
are completed.
Pressing DISP/BACK cancels those
settings.
D Press MENU/OK again. The total number
of prints appears on the screen.
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Setting the menu (➝p.101)
MEMO Canceling DPOF setting
MEMO
A Press MENU/OK to open [PLAYBACK MENU] and
press n or o to select [
PRINT ORDER (DPOF)].
B Press q.
C Press n or o to select [WITH DATE E] or
[WITHOUT DATE] and press MENU/OK to display the
print order screen.
D Press p or q to select the frame (file) with the DPOF
setting you want to cancel.
E Press o to set the number of prints to 0 (zero).
• When DPOF settings were specified on another
camera.
RESET DPOF OK?
YES
CANCEL
When the data includes a frame (file) with DPOF
settings that were specified on another camera,
[RESET DPOF OK?] appears.
Pressing MENU/OK erases all of the DPOF settings
already specified for each frame (file). Specify the
DPOF setting for each frame (file) again.
• Prints of up to 999 frames (files) can be ordered on the
same Memory Card.
• DPOF settings cannot be specified for movies and
CCD-RAW.
Advanced Features — Playback
To cancel the DPOF setting for another frame (file),
repeat steps D and E.
Always press MENU/OK to complete the settings.
• [RESET ALL] (➝p.114)
CAUTION
• Pressing DISP/BACK while choosing settings will
cancel all current settings. If there were previous DPOF
settings, only the modifications are canceled.
• Depending on the printer specifications, the date may
not be printed in some cases.
• Images photographed with a camera other than FinePix
S100FS may not be specified DPOF settings.
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[PLAYBACK MENU]
Setting the menu (➝p.101)
Intelligent Face Detection
PRINT ORDER (DPOF)
DPOF : 00000
[RESET ALL]
To cancel all DPOF settings:
RESET DPOF OK?
00 SHEETS
FACE COUNT
FRAME
SET
When DPOF settings are set to the images taking with the
Intelligent Face Detection (➝p.37) (
appears on the
screen), press
(Intelligent Face Detection), the frame
appears around the detected face, and then the number
of the detected faces is set to print number. It is easy to
set the number of prints for each person in the picture.
Press n or o to set the print number. Press
(Intelligent Face Detection) again, the number of the
detected faces is set to the print number. After setting,
press MENU/OK.
YES
CANCEL
Select [RESET ALL] in [PLAYBACK MENU] (➝p.112).
Press MENU/OK.
MEMO
100-0001
100-0001
100
0001
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u appears on the screen during playback when the
image has specified DPOF settings.
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Setting the menu (➝p.101)
Z [u PRINT ORDER (DPOF)]
DPOF stands for Digital Print Order Format and refers to a format that is used for recording printing specifications
for images shot using a digital camera on media such as a Memory Card. The recorded specifications include
information on which frames are to be printed.
*Some printers do not support date and time imprinting or specification of the number of prints.
*The warnings shown below may appear while specifying the prints.
[RESET DPOF OK ?] (➝p.113)
When inserting a Memory Card that contains images specified for printing by another camera, those print specifications are all reset
and replaced by the new print specifications.
[DPOF FILE ERROR] (➝p.154)
Up to 999 images can be specified on the same Memory Card.
Advanced Features — Playback
[DPOF SPECIFIED. ERASE OK ?]
[DPOF SPECIFIED. ERASE ALL OK ?] (➝p.51)
When erasing the image, the DPOF setting for that image is deleted at the same time.
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r Recording Movies
Use this mode to record movies with sound.
1
2
Record movies.
Set the camera to r Movie mode.
REC
Set the Mode dial to r.
21s
Fully pressed
Press the shutter button down fully to start recording.
During recording, [lREC] and a counter that shows the
remaining time appear on the screen.
999m13s
21s
STANDBY
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The available recording time
appears on the screen.
MEMO
While in standby, pressing the
Dual IS button
enables you to take stable and blur-free images even
under difficult shooting conditions, such as telephoto
shooting.
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Recording ends when pressing the
shutter button down halfway during
recording or the remaining time
runs out.
10: 00 AM
10
Halfway pressed
MEMO
There is no need to hold down the shutter button during
recording.
Z Zooming the image
You can zoom with the zoom ring during recording. Adjust
the focus again after zooming.
REC
18s
CHECK Recording movies
• Specifications: Motion JPEG (➝p.170), Monaural
sound
• Quality selection method: % (640 × 480 pixels)
$ (320 × 240 pixels)
• Frame rate (➝p.170): 30 frames per second (fixed)
Zoom bar
MEMO
CAUTION
CHECK
• Optical zoom focal length*
With Dual Image Stabilizer function set to off:
approx. 28 mm to 400 mm
Max. zoom scale: 14.3×
• Focal range
Wide-angle: approx. 50 cm (1.6 ft.) to infinity
Telephoto: approx. 2.5 m (8.2 ft.) to infinity
* 35 mm camera equivalent
• Because a movie is recorded onto the Memory Card or
internal memory as it is saved, it cannot be recorded
correctly if the camera suddenly loses power (if the
battery run out or the AC power adapter is
disconnected).
• A movie file taken by FinePix S100FS may not be
playable on other cameras.
• [
EVF/LCD MODE] in the [SET-UP] menu is
automatically set to [30 fps] (➝p.170).
• Because sound is recorded concurrently with the
images, make sure that you do not cover the
microphone with a finger, etc. (➝p.11).
• Camera operation noises may be recorded during
movie shooting.
• The size of a movie file can be up to 2 GB.
Advanced Features — Movie
Turn the zoom dial to zoom in or out
on an image.
• The brightness and color of the screen shown during
movie recording may differ from those shown before
recording begins.
• The exposure and white balance will be automatically
adjusted to the scene being shot even after recording
has started.
• If recording is stopped immediately after it begins,
1 second of the movie is recorded onto the Memory
Card or internal memory.
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r Recording Movies
Changing movie size
Press MENU/OK when in the Movie mode to open
[SHOOTING MENU].
MEMO
• The quality setting is retained even when the camera is
turned off or the mode setting is changed.
• See p.168 for information on recording times per
Memory Card or internal memory.
SHOOTING MENU
QUALITY
SET-UP
CAUTION
21s
43s
A Press q.
B Press n or o to change the setting.
C Press MENU/OK to confirm the setting.
Z Quality settings in Movie mode
% (640 × 480 pixels): For better quality
$ (320 × 240 pixels): To record longer movies
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If you shoot using the xD-Picture Cards with model
numbers containing “M” such as DPC-M1GB, movie
recording time may be reduced if you repeatedly record
and erase (frame erase) image files.
In such a case, erase all frames or format the xD-Picture
Card before use. Back up important frames (files) onto
your PC or another media.
w Playing Back Movies
Setting the camera to w
Playback mode (➝p.44)
Z Playing back movies
Control
100- 0006
100
Playback
PLAY
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Pauses the movie during
playback.
Press o again to resume
playback.
Stop
Stops playback.
Press p or q while playback is
stopped to go back to the previous
file or advance to the next file
respectively.
Fast
forward /
Rewind
Press p or q during playback to
skip forwards or backwards
through the movie.
Skip
playback
Press p or q when the movie is
paused, the movie advances or
goes back one frame.
Hold down p or q to move
through the frames quickly.
A Press p or q to select the movie file. r
appears on the screen.
B Press o to begin playing back movie.
STOP
PAUSE
Progress bar
The playback time appears on
the screen along with a
progress bar.
Advanced Features — Movie
Pause /
Resume
10: 00 AM
10
34s
Description
Playback begins.
Playback stops when the end of
the movie is reached.
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w Playing Back Movies
MEMO
If the subject of the shot is very bright, white vertical
streaks or black horizontal streaks may appear in the
image during playback. This is normal.
Setting the camera to w Playback mode (➝p.44)
Adjusting volume of movies
Volume can be adjusted while playing back movies.
VOLUME
CAUTION
• You may not be able to playback some movie files
recorded on other cameras.
• To playback movie files on a PC, save the movie file on
the Memory Card or internal memory to the PC’s hard
disk and then playback the saved file.
• Uncover the speaker. The sound is difficult to hear.
7
SET
CANCEL
A Press MENU/OK while playing back
movie.
The movie is paused during playback.
B Press n or o to adjust the volume.
C Press MENU/OK to confirm the setting.
Camera starts to playback the movie.
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[U SET-UP]
Using the [SET-UP] menu
1
Open the [SET-UP] menu.
A Press MENU/OK to open the menu.
B Press n or o to select [U SET-UP].
C Press q.
Change the page.
Change the setting.
SET-UP
SET
UP
DATE/TIME
OPERATION VOL.
SHUTTER VOLUME
PLAYBACK VOLUME
AUTOROTATE PB
LCD BRIGHTNESS
OFF
A Press n or o to select the menu.
B Press q.
Different type of screen appears
depending on selected item.
SET-UP
SET
UP
DATE/TIME
OPERATION VOL.
SHUTTER VOLUME
PLAYBACK VOLUME
AUTOROTATE PB
LCD BRIGHTNESS
Settings
2
3
C Press n or o to change the setting.
D Press MENU/OK to confirm the setting.
A Press p or q to select the page.
B Press o to move to menu item.
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[U SET-UP]
How to use the [SET-UP] menu (➝p.121)
[SET-UP] menu option
Setting
Display
Factory default
Explanation
Page
[
IMAGE DISP.]
[CONTINUOUS]/[3
SEC]/[1.5 SEC]/
[ZOOM
(CONTINUOUS)]
[1.5 SEC]
Sets the way for displaying the check image screen
(photograph result) after taking a picture. The color
tones in images recorded may differ from actual
color. Playback the recorded images to check them.
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[
FRAME NO.]
[CONTINUOUS]/
[RENEW]
[CONTINUOUS]
Specifies whether frame numbers are assigned
consecutively from previous numbers or begin
again.
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[
DUAL IS MODE]
[
[
[
122
CONTINUOUS]/
SHOOTING
[
ONLY]
CONTINUOUS] Selects from the Dual IS modes.
SAVE ORG
IMAGE]
[ON]/[OFF]
[OFF]
Specifies whether or not to record a shot image
before red-eye correction is applied when using the
Intelligent Face Detection function with [
FACE
DETECTIONbREMOVAL ON].
–
AF ILLUMINATOR]
[ON]/[OFF]
[ON]
Specifies whether the AF-assist illuminator is ON or
OFF.
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[ON]/[OFF]
[OFF]
Sets the picture quality to CCD-RAW. The camera
will not perform image processing, however images
can be processed on a PC.
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[30fps]/[60fps]
[60fps]
Sets the screen display to the fine mode.
–
–
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[
CCD-RAW]
[
EVF/LCD MODE]
[
[
AE-LOCK MODE]
[AE-L1]/[AE-L2]
[AE-L1]
Selects from the AE-Lock modes. When [AE-L1] is
set, the exposure is fixed while pressing the AE-L
button. When [AE-L2] is set, pressing the AE-L
button fixes the exposure and pressing the AE-L
button again releases the exposure.
[
FOCUS CHECK]
[ON]/[OFF]
[ON]
Zooms up the center of the image for easy
adjustment of the focus when turning the focus ring
manually.
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How to use the [SET-UP] menu (➝p.121)
Setting
[
DATE/TIME]
[
OPERATION
VOL.]
[
SHUTTER
VOLUME]
[
PLAYBACK
VOLUME]
[
Display
Factory default
–
–
Page
27
–
–
/
/
/[ OFF]
Sets the volume of the tone emitted when the
camera controls are used.
/
/
/[ OFF]
Sets the volume of the sound emitted when the
shutter operates.
–
AUTOROTATE PB]
Explanation
Corrects the date or time.
[7]
Sets the volume of playing back movie and voice
memo.
128
Plays back automatically an image taken by holding
the camera vertically in the correct position.
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[ON]/[OFF]
[ON]
[
LCD
BRIGHTNESS]
–
[0]
[
–
–
Initializes a Memory Card or internal memory.
Select this menu to erase all the frames (files).
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[ENGLISH]
Specifies the language used for screen display.
28
Sets the time of turning camera off when camera is
not used.
129
Specifies the time difference settings.
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FORMAT]
]
[
AUTO POWER
OFF]
[5 MIN]/[2 MIN]/[OFF]
[2 MIN]
[
TIME
DIFFERENCE]
[N HOME]/[I LOCAL]
[N HOME]
[
BACKGROUND
COLOR]
–
–
[
GUIDANCE
DISPLAY]
[ON]/[OFF]
[ON]
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Settings
[
Sets the LCD monitor brightness.
Specifies the colors of menu and background.
–
Specifies whether to display the function
explanation.
–
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[U SET-UP]
Setting
[
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VIDEO SYSTEM]
[
RESET]
[
CUSTOM RESET]
How to use the [SET-UP] menu (➝p.121)
Display
Factory default
Explanation
Page
–
Specifies whether video output is set to [NTSC] or
[PAL].
–
–
–
Resets all the camera settings (other than the
[DATE/TIME], [TIME DIFFERENCE],
[BACKGROUND COLOR], and [VIDEO SYSTEM])
to the factory default values set at shipment. A
confirmation message appears when you press q.
To reset the camera settings, press p or q to
select [OK] and press MENU/OK.
–
[C1]/[C2]
–
Resets the shooting settings saved in
Shooting mode.
–
[NTSC]/[PAL]
or
in
How to use the [SET-UP] menu (➝p.121)
[IMAGE DISP.]
Use this setting to specify the way for displaying the check
image screen (photograph result) after taking a picture.
[CONTINUOUS]:
The results are always displayed after you shoot.
Press MENU/OK to take another picture.
Z Enlarging images
ZOOM (CONTINUOUS
CONTINUOUS))
Navigation screen
(Current displayed image)
PANNING
NEXT SHOOTING
[3 SEC]/[1.5 SEC]:
The image appears for about 3 or 1.5 seconds and is
then recorded.
A Press o or n to zoom in or out of an
image.
[ZOOM (CONTINUOUS)]:
The image appears enlarged. Use this mode to check
details of image.
B Press p or q to switch the display.
C Press n, o, p, or q to display another
part of the image.
MEMO
When a result is displayed with [CONTINUOUS] set,
overexposed areas in an image can be checked by
pressing D.
Settings
CAUTION
• The color tones in images displayed when [3 SEC] or
[1.5 SEC] is selected may differ slightly from those in
the images actually recorded.
• [IMAGE DISP.] cannot be used when [h LONG
PERIOD] (➝p.84) is set.
D Press MENU/OK to take another picture.
The image is recorded automatically.
MEMO
• When ` is selected in [
QUALITY], the image
cannot be enlarged.
• Pressing DISP/BACK cancels the zoom setting.
• This function is disabled when setting the continuous
shooting.
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[U SET-UP]
How to use the [SET-UP] menu (➝p.121)
Intelligent Face Detection
CHECK
Images taken with the Intelligent Face Detection (➝p.37).
Press
(Intelligent Face Detection) to alternate
between the displayed faces. Press n or o to zoom in
or out the selected face. Press p or q for the next or
previous image, and press n, o, p or q to display
another part of the image.
Frame number
100 - 0001
File number
[FRAME NO.]
Use this function to specify whether frame numbers are
assigned consecutively from previous numbers or begin
again.
Directory number
The last 4 digits of the 7-digit number in the top right
corner of the screen are the file numbers, while the
first 3 digits show the directory number.
[CONTINUOUS] [RENEW]
A
B
* Formatted Memory Card or internal memory used for
both A and B.
[CONTINUOUS]:
Pictures are stored beginning from the highest file
number stored on the last Memory Card or internal
memory used.
[RENEW]:
Pictures are stored on each Memory Card beginning
with a file number 0001.
Each image will be numbered consecutively from the
last number used. So when recorded images in the
Memory Card are erased, the number of the erased
frame will not be used again.
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MEMO
• Setting this function to [CONTINUOUS] makes file
management easier as it makes sure that file names
are not duplicated when images are downloaded to a
PC.
• When the camera settings are [
RESET] (➝p.124),
the frame number setting ([CONTINUOUS] or
[RENEW]) is changed to [CONTINUOUS] and the
frame number itself does not return to 0001.
• In [CONTINUOUS] setting, images are stored
beginning from the highest file number on the current
Memory Card when the Memory Card already contains
image files with file numbers higher than the highest file
number on the last Memory Card.
• The displayed frame number may differ for images
photographed on other cameras.
How to use the [SET-UP] menu (➝p.121)
[DUAL IS MODE]
Use this function to select the Dual IS mode.
[
[
CONTINUOUS]:
[DUAL IS MODE] is always set to ON in Shooting
mode.
SHOOTING ONLY]:
[DUAL IS MODE] is set to ON when pressing the
shutter button down halfway.
CHECK
To rebuild images, FinePixViewer (on the bundled CDROM “Software for FinePix”) must be installed on your
PC.
[FOCUS CHECK]
Use this function when it is difficult to see whether the
image is focused.
ISO 400
[CCD-RAW]
2000
F2.8
Set [FOCUS CHECK] to [ON]. The center of the image
can be zoomed in by turning the focus ring, and focusing
can be more easily achieved in this portion of the screen.
Take the picture, press the shutter button down halfway or
leave the camera for a while to return to normal display.
Settings
Setting [ CCD-RAW] to [ON] disables the signal
processing functions (reconstituting the data received
from the CCD as an image) performed on the camera.
Consequently, this task must be performed on the PC.
Use the bundled FinePixViewer software to perform the
processing on a PC. Conversion using FinePixViewer
also provides a simple way to create TIFF-format images.
(Convertible file type will differ depending on your PC. For
details, refer to the help of FinePixViewer.)
CAUTION
CAUTION
The functions listed below cannot be used in CCD-RAW
mode.
- During shooting
Red eye correction, Digital zoom and Quality
unavailable.
- During playback
Playback can be zoomed up to 2.5×, but cropped
images cannot be saved and red eye effect cannot be
corrected.
• The Focus check function can be used in the MF mode
(➝p.71).
• When using the Focus check function, set [
EVF/
LCD MODE] (➝p.122) to [30fps] in the [SET-UP] menu.
• The Focus check function cannot be used when [
HIGH-SPEED SHOOTING] (➝p.99) is set to [ON].
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[U SET-UP]
How to use the [SET-UP] menu (➝p.121)
[PLAYBACK VOLUME]
[LCD BRIGHTNESS]
Use this function to adjust volume while playing back
movie and voice memo.
Use this function to adjust the screen brightness.
LCD BRIGHTNESS
VOLUME
0
7
SET
SET
A Press n or o to adjust the volume.
The larger the number, the larger the
volume is emitted. [0] (zero) indicates a
sound deadening.
A Press n or o to adjust the screen
brightness.
The indicator moves to the + to display the
screen brightly or to the – to darken the
screen.
B Press MENU/OK to confirm the setting.
B Press MENU/OK to confirm the setting.
[AUTOROTATE PB]
This camera has a built-in sensor to detect the vertical
and horizontal composition of the camera when images
are shot. When setting to [ON], images are automatically
rotated and displayed on the LCD monitor in Playback
mode according to the composition when shooting. When
setting to [OFF], all images are displayed in horizontal
composition.
[ON] :Displays images by automatically rotating on the
LCD monitor according to the detected
composition of the camera when images are shot.
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CANCEL
CANCEL
[OFF] :Displays all images in horizontal composition.
How to use the [SET-UP] menu (➝p.121)
[FORMAT]
[AUTO POWER OFF]
Initialize (format) the Memory Card or internal memory for
use with the camera.
When this function is active and the camera remains
unused for 2 or 5 minutes, it turns camera off.
Use this function when you want to get the maximum
possible running time from your battery.
FORMAT
FORMAT OK?
ERASE ALL DATA
OK
CANCEL
SET
Place of initialize
[Y FORMAT OK?]:
Internal memory
[\ FORMAT OK?]:
Memory Card
CAUTION
The Auto power off function is disabled during slide show
(➝p.102), and when a printer or a PC connection
(➝p.134, 143) is being used.
MEMO To restore power to the camera
A Press p or q to select [OK].
Settings
B Pressing MENU/OK initializes the Memory
Card or internal memory.
Refer to “Turning On and Off” (➝p.24).
CAUTION
• The Format function erases all the frames (files),
including protected frames (files).
Back up important frames (files) onto your PC or
another media.
• Do not open the battery cover or slot cover during
formatting. The Memory Card or internal memory could
be damaged.
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[U SET-UP]
How to use the [SET-UP] menu (➝p.121)
[TIME DIFFERENCE]
2
Use this function when traveling to destinations in
different time zones. This function sets a time difference
relative to the date and time currently set. When this
setting is enabled, the specified time difference is applied
when pictures are taken.
1
Move to [TIME DIFFERENCE] screen.
SET-UP
SET
UP
FORMAT
ENGLISH
AUTO POWER OFF
2 MIN
TIME DIFFERENCE
HOME
BACKGROUND COLOR
LOCAL
GUIDANCE DISPLAY
Use Time difference function.
SET-UP
SET
UP
Press q.
FORMAT
ENGLISH
AUTO POWER OFF
2 MIN
TIME DIFFERENCE
HOME
BACKGROUND COLOR
LOCAL
GUIDANCE DISPLAY
Press n or o to change between [N
HOME] and [I LOCAL].
To set the time difference, select [I LOCAL].
[N HOME]:Your home time zone
[I LOCAL]:Your destination time zone
3
Set time difference.
TIME DIFFERENCE
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SET
CANCEL
A Press p or q to select +/–, hour, and
minute.
B Press n or o to change the setting.
C Always press MENU/OK after the settings
are completed.
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How to use the [SET-UP] menu (➝p.121)
CHECK
Available time setting
–23:45 to +23:45 (in 15-minute increments)
MEMO
ISO
ISO400
400
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2000 F2.8
In the time difference
setting, when you change to
Shooting mode, I and the
date is displayed for 3
seconds, the date display
turns yellow.
CHECK
Settings
Upon returning from a trip, always change the time
difference setting back to [N HOME] and then check the
date and time again.
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Connecting to a TV
When connecting to a TV, images can be displayed on wider screen. Using slide show function (➝p.102) together, you can
have fun with folks.
AC-84V
(sold separately)
Plug the A/V cable (included) into
the A/V OUT (Audio/Visual
output) socket of the camera.
Video (yellow)
A/V OUT
socket
To terminals
Audio (white)
Plug the other end of the cable into the
audio/video input socket on the TV.
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CAUTION
MEMO
• Plug the A/V cable (included) and the AC power adapter
correctly and push them in each terminal.
• See “Notes and Cautions” (included) for notes on the
AC power adapter.
• When connecting the A/V cable (included) to TV, the
camera’s screen is turned off.
• The image quality for movie playback is lower than for
still images.
• When connecting to a TV, even if you adjust the volume
from the [
PLAYBACK VOLUME], the TV volume
cannot be changed. Refer to the instructions provided
with your TV for more information on audio/video input
for your TV.
• Use the AC-84V (sold separately) when
FinePix S100FS is connected to a TV for long periods.
Using the AC power adapter (sold separately)
Always use a FUJIFILM AC Power Adapter AC-84V (sold separately) (➝p.148).
Use the AC power adapter to prevent losing power at inconvenient times, such as when downloading photographed images to
your PC. You can take pictures and play back images without worrying about depleting the battery.
CAUTION
DC IN 8V socket
Check that the camera is off. Plug the AC power adapter
connector into the DC IN 8V socket and then plug the AC
power adapter into the power outlet.
MEMO
See “Notes and Cautions” (included) for notes on the AC
power adapter.
Camera Connection
• Only connect and disconnect the AC power adapter
when the camera is off. Connecting or disconnecting
the AC power adapter while the camera is on
temporarily interrupts the power supply to the camera,
which will stop the recording of any images or movies
being shot. Failing to turn the camera off before
connecting/disconnecting can also result in damage to
the Memory Card, or malfunction during PC connection.
• The shape of the plug and socket-outlet depends on the
country of use.
• FUJIFILM is not responsible for any malfunction caused
by using any AC power adapter other than FUJIFILM
AC Power Adapter AC-84V.
• Do not connect the AC power adapter to charge the
battery. Use the supplied charger BC-140 to charge the
battery.
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Connecting Camera Directly to Printer — PictBridge Function
When a printer that supports PictBridge is available, images can be printed by connecting the camera directly to
the PictBridge-compatible printer without a PC.
Connecting to a printer
A Connect the camera to your printer using the USB
cable.
B Connect the camera to a printer and turn the printer on.
Set the Power switch to ON to turn the camera on, then
press w to switch to Playback mode.
[
USB] appears on
the screen.
USB
AC-84V
(sold
separately)
;USB socket
C The following screen appears on the screen after a
moment.
“Specifying images for
printing”
➝p.135
“Printing with DPOF setting”
➝p.136
PICTBRIDGE
TOTAL : 00000
00 SHEETS
FRAME
OK
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SET
MEMO
MEMO
Use the AC-84V (sold separately) when FinePix S100FS
is connected to a printer.
Depending on the printer, some functions are disabled.
Specifying images for printing
([PRINT WITH DATE] / [PRINT
WITHOUT DATE])
PRINT THESE FRAMES
TOTAL : 9 SHEETS
PICTBRIDGE
TOTAL : 00002
YES
D Press MENU/OK again to download the
data to the printer and start printing the
specified number of prints.
02 SHEETS
FRAME
OK
CANCEL
SET
MEMO
A Press p or q to display the frame (file)
for specifying print setting.
B Press n or o to set a value.
Up to 99 sheets are printed.
C Press MENU/OK to display the confirm
setting.
MEMO Printing with date
PICTBRIDGE
PRINT WITH DATE
PRINT WITHOUT DATE
PRINT DPOF
A Press DISP/BACK to
display the setting
display.
B Press n or o to select
[PRINT WITH
DATEE].
Camera Connection
To specify more PRINT settings, repeat steps A and B.
Even if MENU/OK is pressed with total number of images set
at 0 (zero), the screen printing once appears on the screen.
Press MENU/OK again and printing starts.
C Press MENU/OK.
CAUTION
[PRINT WITH DATEE] is not available when the camera
is connected to a printer that does not support date
printing.
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Connecting Camera Directly to Printer — PictBridge Function
Printing with DPOF setting
[u PRINT DPOF]
PRINT DPOF OK?
TOTAL : 9 SHEETS
PICTBRIDGE
PRINT WITH DATE
PRINT WITHOUT DATE
PRINT DPOF
YES
CANCEL
D Press MENU/OK again to download the
data to the printer and start printing the
specified frames (files) continuously.
A Press DISP/BACK to open the menu.
CHECK
To select [uPRINT DPOF], the DPOF settings must be
specified on FinePix S100FS beforehand (➝p.112).
B Press n or o to select [u PRINT DPOF].
C Press MENU/OK to display the confirm
setting.
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CAUTION
Even when [WITH DATEE] is specified in the DPOF
settings (➝p.112), the date is not inserted on printers that
do not support date printing.
MEMO
MEMO
PRINTING
DPOF setting can be specified for images on internal
memory.
CAUTION
CANCEL
Press DISP/BACK to cancel the printing.
Depending on the printer, the printing may not be
canceled immediately or printing may stop midway
through.
When printing stops midway, briefly turn the camera off
and then on again.
Camera Connection
Disconnecting the printer
A Check that [PRINTING] is not displayed on the
camera’s screen.
B Turn the camera off. Unplug the USB cable.
• In PictBridge function, images photographed on other
than a camera may not be printed.
• The camera cannot be used to specify printer settings
such as the paper size and print quality.
• Please connect the AC Power Adapter AC-84V (sold
separately) to your camera.
• Use internal memory or a Memory Card that was
formatted on FinePix S100FS.
• Movies and CCD-RAW cannot be printed.
• Images photographed with a camera other than FinePix
S100FS may not be printed.
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Installation on a Windows PC
Pre-installation checklist
Z Hard ware (software) requirements and recommended system
To run this software, you must have the hardware and software described below. Check your system before you begin the
installation.
requirement
Recommendation
Windows XP
Windows Vista
Operating System*1
Windows 98 SE
Windows Millennium Edition (Windows Me)
Windows 2000 Professional*2*3
Windows XP Home Edition*2
Windows XP Professional*2
Windows Vista*2
CPU
200 MHz Pentium minimum
(Windows XP/Vista users: 800MHz Pentium 4 or better recommended)
2 GHz Pentium
4 or better
3 GHz Pentium
4 or better
RAM
128 MB minimum (512 MB minimum for Windows Vista)
Minimum 768 MB when converting CCD-RAW Data
512 MB or better 1 GB or better
Amount required for installation: 450 MB minimum
Amount required for operation: 600 MB minimum
Minimum 2 GB when converting CCD-RAW Data
(must specified in the OS as virtual memory or paging files)
2 GB or better
Hard disk space
800 × 600 pixels or better, 16-bit color or better
1024 × 768 pixels or better,
Highest (32 bit)
Display
15 GB or better
*1 Models with one of the above operating systems pre-installed.
*2 When you install the software, login using a system administrator account (e.g. “Administrator”).
*3 Requires Service Pack4 when converting CCD-RAW Data.
CAUTION
•
•
•
•
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Additional USB interface board is not guaranteed.
Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows NT cannot be used.
Operation is not guaranteed on home-built PCs or on PCs running updated operating system software.
When you reinstall or remove FinePixViewer, the Internet menu and your user ID and password for the FinePix Internet Service
are deleted from your PC. Click the [Register now] button, enter your registered user ID and password and download the menu
again.
Do not connect the camera to your PC
until the software installation is
completed.
1
Install FinePixViewer as instructed by the
on-screen instructions.
For Windows Vista users:
When loading the bundled CD-ROM on your PC, the
[AutoPlay] window may appear. In this case, click
[SETUP.exe].
When [User Account Control] window appears, click [Allow].
2
Launching the installer manually
A Double-click the [My Computer] icon.
* Windows XP users should click [My Computer] in the [Start]
menu.
Windows Vista users should click [Computer] in the [Start]
menu.
B Right-click [FINEPIX] (CD-ROM drive) in the [My
Computer] window (Windows Vista users: in the
[Computer] window) and select [Open].
C Double-click [SETUP] or [SETUP.exe] in the CD-ROM
window.
depending on your PC settings.
-File extensions (3-letter suffixes indicating the file type)
may be shown or hidden. (e.g. Setup.exe or Setup)
-Text may be shown normally or all in uppercase (e.g. Setup
or SETUP).
CAUTION
• If the latest version of DirectX or Windows Media Player
has not been installed, each software will be installed,
and then the PC will restart.
• Do not remove the CD-ROM during this procedure.
3
After restarting the PC, a message appears
stating [Installation of the FinePixViewer
has been completed]. Remove the CD-ROM
from your PC.
Software Installation
* The way file names are displayed differs as described below
Install DirectX as directed by the on-screen
instructions and then restart your PC. If the
latest version of DirectX is already installed
on your PC, this installation is not
performed.
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Installation on a Mac OS X
Pre-installation checklist
Z Hardware and software requirements
To run this software, you must have the hardware and software described below. Check your system before you begin the
installation.
Compatible Mac*1
Power Macintosh G3*2, PowerBook G3*2,
Power Macintosh G4, iMac, iBook,
Power Macintosh G4 Cube, PowerBook G4, Power Macintosh G5,
MacBook, MacBook Pro, or Mac mini
Operating System
Mac OS X (compatible with version 10.3.9 to 10.4.10)
RAM
256 MB minimum
Hard disk space
Amount required for installation: 200 MB minimum
Amount required for operation: 400 MB minimum
Minimum 2 GB when converting CCD-RAW Data (required on the system disk)
Display
800 × 600 pixels or better, at least 32,000 colors
Internet connection*3
• To use the FinePix Internet Service or mail attachment function:
An Internet connection or e-mail transmission software is needed
• Connection speed: 56 k or better recommended
*1 PowerPC, Intel processor loaded
*2 Models with a USB port as a standard feature
*3 Required to use the FinePix Internet Service. The software can still be installed even if you do not have an Internet
connection.
CAUTION
• Connect the camera directly to the Macintosh using the USB cable (included). The software may not operate correctly if you use
an extension cable or connect the camera via a USB hub.
• Push the USB connector fully into the socket to ensure that it is securely connected. The software may not operate correctly if the
connection is faulty.
• Additional USB interface board is not guaranteed.
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1
Turn your Macintosh on and start up Mac
OS X. Do not launch any other applications.
2
When the bundled CD-ROM is loaded into
the CD-ROM drive, the [FinePix] icon
appears. Double-click the [FinePix] icon to
open the [FinePix] volume window.
3
4
Double-click on [Installer for MacOSX].
The Installer setup dialog appears. Click the
[Installing FinePixViewer] button.
CAUTION
For more information on what is installed, click the [Read
Me First] button and [Using FinePixViewer] button.
5
The [Authenticate] dialog appears.
Enter the name and password for the
administrator account and then click the
[OK] button.*
* The administrator account is the user account used for
Mac OS X installation and you can confirm the user
account in the Accounts dialog in the System
Preferences.
6
Install FinePixViewer as directed by the onscreen instructions.
Continued Q
Software Installation
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Installation on a Mac OS X
7
The [FinePixViewer installation completed]
message dialog appears. Then click exit
button and close it.
CAUTION
When Safari is used as the Web browser, a message may
be displayed and the CD-ROM may not be removed. If
this happens, click the Safari icon in the Dock to make
Safari the active application and then select [Quit Safari]
in the [Safari] menu to shut down Safari.
8
Launch [Image Capture] from the
[Applications] folder.
9
Change the Image Capture settings.
Select [Preferences...] from the [Image
Capture] menu.
10 Select [Other...] from [When a camera is
connected, open].
11 Select [FPVBridge] from [FinePixViewer]
folder in the [Applications] folder and click
the [Open] button.
12 Select [Quit Image Capture] menu in the
[Image Capture] menu.
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Connecting to a PC
By connecting the camera to a PC, your system can be
expanded to fill a wide range of uses. Using
“FinePixViewer” performs images saving, browsing and
file management etc.
FinePixViewer Overview
Enables importing images, managing files and folders,
and ordering prints using the internet (only Windows
users).
CAUTION
• Do not format the Memory Card in the camera on the PC.
• Use the Memory Card with images taken by a
FUJIFILM Digital camera.
B Connect the camera to your PC using the USB cable
(included).
AC-84V
(sold
separately)
CAUTION
The Windows CD-ROM may also be required during
installation. In this event, change CD-ROMs as directed
by the on-screen instructions.
Refer to Software
Installation (➝p.138, 140)
the first time you connect
the camera to your PC.
Install the software first. Do
not connect the camera to
the PC before installing all
the software.
;USB socket
CD-ROM
(Software for FinePix)
C Set the Power switch to ON to turn the camera on.
D Set your PC.
MEMO
In Windows, if FinePixViewer is already installed, the
driver will be set automatically. No action is required.
Software Installation
A Insert the Memory Card with images into the camera
(➝p.21).
You can use the xD-Picture Card and the SD
Memory Card with the FinePix S100FS.
In this Owner’s Manual, these cards are expressed as
“Memory Card”.
Continued Q
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Connecting to a PC
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CAUTION
CAUTION
• FinePix S100FS is compatible with PTP (Picture
Transfer Protocol)/MTP (Media Transfer Protocol). A
PTP/MTP-compatible camera is a camera that can
recognize the PC and printer automatically when
connected.
• Do not disconnect the USB cable (included) when the
camera is communicating with a PC. If the USB cable
(included) is disconnected during communication, the
files on the Memory Card or internal memory may be
damaged.
• In Mac OS X, you must set automatic setup the first time
you connect the camera to your PC.
• When the camera and PC are exchanging data, the
indicator lamp blinks alternately green and orange.
• Auto power off is disabled during USB connection.
• Before replacing the Memory Card, always disconnect
the camera from the PC.
• The camera and PC may be exchanging data even
when [Copying] disappears from your PC screen.
Before disconnecting the USB cable (included), always
check that the indicator lamp is off.
• Always use FinePixViewer to transfer images with voice
memos to a PC.
• The cost of an Internet provider for connecting to the
internet is the user’s responsibility.
• When using FinePixViewer to save images on a data
server (network), FinePixViewer may not run as it would
in a standalone PC environment.
- An image taken with CCD-RAW (➝p.127) setting is
required to be transferred to a PC using
FinePixViewer.
• Always use the FUJIFILM AC Power Adapter AC-84V
(sold separately). If the camera suddenly loses power
during data exchange, data exchange will not be
performed correctly, and the Memory Card or internal
memory could be damaged.
• Make sure that the USB cable (included) is connected
correctly and securely.
• Connect the camera directly to the PC using the USB
cable (included). The software may not operate
correctly when you use an extension cable, or if you
connect the camera via a USB hub.
• When your PC has more than one USB port, the
camera can be connected to either port.
• When Windows 98 SE is used, the supplied software
must be installed first before connecting the camera to
a PC using the USB cable. The PC will not recognize
the camera if it is connected before installation.
• A memory Card, the internal memory, data in a Memory
Card or data in the internal memory could be damaged
if any of the following are performed;
- the USB cable is disconnected
- Power switch or buttons are pressed
The following steps differ depending on the
PC’s operating system (Windows XP/Vista and
Mac OS X case)
When your PC recognizes the camera automatically,
FinePixViewer automatically starts up and the Save
Image Wizard window (Save Image dialog box) appears.
Follow the instructions provided on screen to save the
images. To proceed without saving the images, click the
[Cancel] button.
CAUTION
When there are many images stored on a Memory Card,
it takes a while to display on the screen of your PC. Also,
it may take a while to import images or you may be unable
to save images. In this case, use an Image Memory Card
Reader.
CAUTION (MAC OS X)
If FinePixViewer does not start up automatically, the
software may not be installed correctly. Set your PC again
after disconnecting the camera and restart.
CAUTION (MAC OS X)
Note on disconnecting the camera
• Close all files in the camera, and make sure the camera
is not exchanging data.
• The camera and PC may be exchanging data even
when [Copying] disappears from your PC screen,
especially in the case of copying large data amounts.
Do not disconnect the USB cable (included),
immediately after this message has disappeared.
Always check that the indicator lamp is off first before
disconnecting.
MEMO
Proceed to “Using FinePixViewer” (➝p.146).
Software Installation
• You can only see images saved on a PC. Save images
on a PC.
• If you cancel saving by clicking the [Cancel] button, set
the Power switch to turn off the camera and then
disconnect it from the PC.
• When the camera is connected to your PC,
FinePixViewer automatically starts up by the function of
Exif Launcher, which is installed in FinePixViewer.
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Connecting to a PC
Using FinePixViewer
Mastering FinePixViewer
For all information on FinePixViewer functions, refer to
[How to Use FinePixViewer] in the Help menu for details.
The following software is to be uninstalled:
•
•
•
•
FinePixViewer
FinePix Resource
FinePix Studio*
RAW FILE CONVERTER LE*
* May not have been installed depending on the
operating system.
• What is explained in [How to Use FinePixViewer]...
[How to Use FinePixViewer] covers a range of topics,
including batch processing and ordering prints.
Example: Looking up slide shows
A Click [How to Use FinePixViewer] in the FinePixViewer
Help menu.
B Click [Basic Operation] and then click [Slide Show] in
the menu that appears.
C The [Slide Show] information appears. Press the [<<<]
key to view the previous page or the [>>>] key to view
the next page.
Uninstalling the software
Only perform this operation when you no longer require
the installed software or when the software was not
installed correctly.
To remove FinePixViewer
5
5
To remove the driver
software
D When the message appears, click the [OK] button.
Check your selection carefully since the process
cannot be canceled once you click the [OK] button.
Windows
A Check that the camera is not connected to the PC.
B Quit all currently running applications.
C The steps for uninstalling software differ depending on
the operating system. Follow the steps for each
operating system to uninstall the software listed below.
Macintosh
Quit FinePixViewer. Then drag the installed
FinePixViewer folder to the Trash and select [Empty
Trash] in the [Finder] menu.
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System Expansion Option
By using FinePix S100FS together with other optional FUJIFILM products, your system can be expanded to fill a wide range
of uses.
Accessory availability may vary by country. Please check with your local Fujifilm representative to confirm product availability.
Z Audio/Visual
Z Connecting
output
TV monitor
(commercially available)
remote release
Remote release RR-80
Audio/Visual
output
Z Image
input/output to the PC
USB
Z Printing
USB
Personal Computer
(commercially available)
xD-Picture Card
PC Card Adapter DPC-AD
PictBridge-compatible printer
(commercially available)
SD/SDHC Memory Card
CompactFlash™
Card Adapter DPC-CF
DPC-C
F
CO
MPAC
CARD
TFLA
ADAP
SH TM
TER
for
xD-P
icture
Card
Appendices
Printer
(commercially available)
(PC card slot)
* This will not work with an
SD Memory Card.
(CF card slot)
* This will not work with an SD
Memory Card.
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Accessories Guide
Visit the FUJIFILM web site for the latest information on camera accessories.
http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/index.html
Accessory availability may vary by country. Please check with your local Fujifilm representative to confirm product availability.
• xD-Picture Card
Use the following xD-Picture Cards:
256MB/512MB/1GB/2GB
There are two types of xD-Picture Card: standard type and Type M (containing “M” in the model
number, such as DPC-M1GB).
FinePix S100FS is compatible with Type M, however they may not be compatible depending on the
device used (Image Memory Card Reader, etc.).
• AC Power Adapter AC-84V
Use the AC-84V when taking pictures or play back images for long periods or when FinePix
S100FS is connected to a PC.
* The shape of the AC power adapter, the plug, and power outlet depend on the country.
• Rechargeable Battery NP-140 (1150 mAh)
A Lithium-ion large capacity rechargeable battery.
• Remote release RR-80
Use the remote release RR-80 together with a tripod to prevent camera shake, etc.
• PC Card Adapter DPC-AD
The PC Card Adapter allows the xD-Picture Card and SmartMedia to be used as a PC Card Standard
ATA-compliant (PCMCIA 2.1) PC card (Type u).
-Compatible with xD-Picture Card of 16 MB to 512 MB, and SmartMedia of 3.3 V, 2 MB to 128 MB.
* This is not compatible with the SD Memory Card.
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• CompactFlash™ Card Adapter DPC-CF
Loading an xD-Picture Card into this adapter allows you to use the card as a CompactFlash card (Type
s).
* This is not compatible with the SD Memory Card.
DPC-
CF
CO
MPAC
CARD
TFLA
ADAP
SH TM
TER
for
xD-P
ictur
e Card
Appendices
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Using Your Camera Correctly
Read this information and the “Safety Notes” (➝ “Notes
and Cautions” (included)), to make sure you use your
camera correctly.
Z Places to Avoid
Do not store or use the camera in the following types of
locations:
• In the rain or in 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 with strong vibration
• Places with smoke or steam
• Places subject to strong electric magnetic fields (such
as near broadcasting tower, power lines, radar, motors,
transformers, magnets, etc.)
• In contact with chemicals such as pesticides
• Next to rubber or vinyl products
Z Damaged by Water or Sand
FinePix S100FS can be damaged on the inside and
outside by water and sand. When you are at the beach or
close to water, make sure that the camera is not damaged
by water or sand. Take care not to place the camera on a
wet surface.
Z Damaged by Condensation
If the camera is carried from a cold location into a warm
place, water droplets (condensation) may form on the
inside of the camera or on the lens. When this occurs, turn
the camera off and wait an hour before using the camera.
Condensation may also form on the Memory Card. In this
event, remove the Memory Card and wait a short time.
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Z When the Camera is Not Used or is stored Periods
of Time
If you do not intend to use the camera for a long period of
time, remove the battery and the Memory Card.
Z Cleaning Your Camera
• Use a blower brush to remove any dust on the lens,
LCD monitor or viewfinder, and then gently wipe the
camera with a soft, dry cloth. If any soil 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 or viewfinder.
• Clean the body of the camera with a soft, dry cloth. Do
not use volatile substances or cleaning products these
items can cause damage.
Z Using the Camera When Traveling
When traveling overseas, do not place your camera in the
check-in baggage. Baggage can be subjected to violent
shocks, and the camera may be damaged inside or
outside.
Notes on the xD-Picture Card™, the SD Memory Card and the Internal Memory
Z Handling Memory Card
• When inserting the Memory Card into the camera, hold
the Memory Card straight as you push it in.
• Never remove the Memory Card or turn the camera off
during data recording or erasing (Memory Card
formatting) as this could be damaged to the Memory
Card.
• The use of xD-Picture Cards is recommended with
FinePix S100FS.
The recording quality cannot be guaranteed when xDPicture Cards other than those manufactured by
FUJIFILM are used.
• The Memory Card may feel warm when it is removed
from the camera after taking pictures. This is normal.
• Do not put labels on the Memory Card. Peeling labels
can cause the camera not to work properly.
MEMO Type M and H of xD-Picture Card
Z Using Memory Card or Internal Memory with a PC
• When taking pictures using a Memory Card or internal
memory that has been used on a PC, reformat the
Memory Card using your camera.
• When formatting, a directory (folder) is created. Image
data is then recorded in this directory.
• Do not change or delete the directory (folder) or file
names on the Memory Card or internal memory
because this will make it impossible to use the Memory
Card or internal memory in your camera.
• Always use the camera to erase image data.
• To edit image data, copy or transfer the image data to
the PC and edit the copied or transferred data.
Appendices
• Type M
There are two types of Memory Card: standard type and
Type M (containing “M” in the model number, such as
DPC-M2GB).
FinePix S100FS is compatible with Type M.
• Type H
Type H and M share the same compatibility.
• Usable USB drive
Type H cannot be used with xD-Picture Card USB
drive DPC-UD1, while Type M can.
Z Internal Memory
• Images held in the camera’s internal memory may be
corrupted or erased due to problems such as camera
faults. Save your important data to another media (i.e.,
DVD-R, CD-R, CD-RW, hard disk, etc.).
• Data stored in the camera’s internal memory cannot be
guaranteed in the event that the camera is submitted for
repairs.
• When the camera is repaired, any data stored in the
camera’s internal memory is subject to checking by the
repairer.
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Warning Displays
The table below lists the warnings that are displayed on the screen.
Warning Displayed
(Lit red)
V (Blinking red)
{
Explanation
Load new or fully charged battery.
There is a strong likelihood of camera shake
because the shutter speed is slow.
Use flash. A tripod may be recommended,
depending on the scene and mode.
The AF (autofocus) cannot work effectively.
• If the image is too dark, take the picture at a
distance of around 2 m (6.6 ft.) from the subject.
• Use AF lock to take the picture (➝p.40).
• Select Macro mode when taking close-up shots.
The camera cannot shoot the picture at the correct
brightness due to too bright or dark shooting
condition.
The picture can be taken, but the correct brightness
(exposure) will not be obtained.
Camera malfunction or fault.
• Turn the camera on again.
• Turn the camera off and on again. If the message
still appears, contact your FUJIFILM dealer.
Memory Card is not inserted when transferring
images.
Insert a Memory Card.
• The Memory Card or internal memory is not
formatted.
• The Memory Card was formatted on a PC.
• The Memory Card contact area is soiled.
• Format the Memory Card or internal memory on
the camera (➝p.129).
• Format the Memory Card on the camera.
• Wipe the contact area on the Memory Card with a
soft, dry cloth. It may be necessary to format the
Memory Card (➝p.129). If the message still
appears, replace the Memory Card.
• Camera fault.
• Contact your FUJIFILM dealer.
(Lit red)
*The shape of the AF
frame differs depending
on the setting in
[SHOOTING MENU].
Aperture/
Shutter speed display
(Lit red)
[FOCUS ERROR]
[LENS CONTROL
ERROR]
[NO CARD]
[CARD NOT
INITIALIZED]
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Remedy
The battery is low or completely out of charge.
Warning Displayed
Explanation
• The Memory Card contact area is soiled.
• The Memory Card format is incorrect.
[CARD ERROR]
[\ MEMORY FULL]
• Camera fault.
• Contact your FUJIFILM dealer.
• The Memory Card is damaged.
• Inserted Memory Card is not compatible with your • Insert a compatible Memory Card that is operationcamera.
checked at FUJIFILM Corporation.
The internal memory or Memory Card is full.
[Y MEMORY FULL]
[WRITE ERROR]
[PROTECTED CARD]
[INTERNAL MEMORY
IS FULL
INSERT A NEW CARD]
• The data could not be recorded due to an Memory • Re-insert the Memory Card or turn the camera off
Card error or a connection error between the
and then on again. If the message still appears,
Memory Card and camera.
contact your FUJIFILM dealer.
• The image cannot be recorded as it is too large to • Use a new Memory Card.
fit in the available space on the Memory Card.
• The Memory Card or internal memory is not
• Format the Memory Card or internal memory on
formatted.
the camera (➝p.129).
The SD Memory Card switch is slide to the “Lock”
side.
Unlock the protection by sliding it back (➝p.22).
The data could not be recorded or copied since the
internal memory is full.
Erase some images from the internal memory
(➝p.49), or use a Memory Card that has ample free
space.
The timing for recording was incorrect because the
Memory Card was formatted on a PC.
Use a Memory Card that was formatted on the
camera.
The frame number has reached 999-9999.
[FRAME NO. FULL]
Erase some images in internal memory or Memory
Card (➝p.49), or use a Memory Card that has ample
free space.
A Insert a formatted Memory Card into the camera.
B Set [RENEW] as the [FRAME NO.] setting in the
[SET-UP] menu (➝p.126).
C Start taking pictures (The frame number starts
from “100-0001”).
D Set [CONTINUOUS] as the [FRAME NO.]
setting in the [SET-UP] menu.
Continued Q
Appendices
[BUSY]
Remedy
• Wipe the contact area on the Memory Card with a
soft, dry cloth. It may be necessary to format the
Memory Card (➝p.129). If the message still
appears, replace the Memory Card.
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Warning Displays
Warning Displayed
Explanation
Remedy
• The played back file was not recorded correctly.
• The Memory Card contact area is soiled.
[READ ERROR]
[
READ ERROR]
[TOO MANY FRAMES]
• This file cannot be played back.
• Wipe the contact area on the Memory Card with a
soft, dry cloth. It may be necessary to format the
Memory Card (➝p.129). If the message still
appears, replace the Memory Card.
• Camera fault.
• Contact your FUJIFILM dealer.
• An attempt was made to play back the image or the • The movie and image cannot be played back.
movie that was not recorded on this camera.
An attempt was made to show 5,000 or more image No more than 4,999 images can be shown by date
by date sorting.
sorting.
• An attempt was made to erase a protected file.
[PROTECTED FRAME]
[# ERROR]
[
NO IMAGE]
[` CAN NOT TRIM]
• An attempt was made to add a voice memo to
protected file.
• An attempt was made to rotate a protected file.
• Protected files cannot be erased. Remove the
protection (➝p.104).
• Protected files cannot be added to voice memos.
Remove the protection (➝p.104).
• Protected files cannot be rotated. Remove the
protection (➝p.104).
• The voice memo file is faulty.
• Camera fault.
• The voice memo cannot be played back.
• Contact your FUJIFILM dealer.
An attempt was made to transfer images from the
Memory Card or internal memory that memory was
empty.
It is impossible to copy.
An attempt was made to trim a 0.3M image, or an
image shot in the CCD-RAW setting.
The image cannot be trimmed.
[~ CAN NOT TRIM]
[CAN NOT TRIM]
[DPOF FILE ERROR]
154
• An attempt was made to trim an image shot using The image cannot be trimmed.
a camera other than FinePix S100FS.
• The image is damaged.
Prints were specified for 1000 or more frames in the The maximum number of frames for which prints can
DPOF frame settings.
be specified on the same Memory Card is 999.
Copy the images for which you want to order prints
onto another Memory Card and then specify the
DPOF settings.
Warning Displayed
[CAN NOT SET DPOF]
Explanation
Remedy
An attempt was made to specify DPOF settings for a DPOF printing cannot be used with this image
movie or an image that is not supported by DPOF. format.
[~ CAN NOT SET
DPOF]
[r CAN NOT SET
DPOF]
[CAN NOT ROTATE]
An attempt was made to rotate a movie or an image These images cannot be rotated by image formats.
shot using a camera other than FinePix S100FS.
[r CAN NOT ROTATE]
[CANNOT DETECT]
An attempt was made to correct the red-eye effect in Red-eye removal cannot be used with these image
images taken with Intelligent Face Detection function formats.
[
CAANOT DETECT] set to OFF, movies, images taken by another
camera, or images not allowing red-eye removal.
[r CANNOT DETECT]
[
CANNOT DETECT]
[~ RAW FILE]
[COMMUNICATION
ERROR]
An attempt was made to the correct red-eye effect in Red-eye removal cannot be used with this image
an image shot in the CCD-RAW setting.
format.
• Check that the USB cable is connected correctly.
• Check that your printer is turned on.
Displayed for PictBridge.
• Check that the printer is not out of paper or out of
ink.
• Turn the printer off briefly and then turn it back on.
• Refer to the user manual supplied with your
printer.
Displayed for PictBridge.
Check that the printer is not out of paper or out of ink.
Printing automatically restarts when the error is
cleared. If the message still appears after checking,
press MENU/OK to restart printing.
[PRINTER ERROR]
[PRINTER ERROR
RESUME?]
Appendices
The camera is not connected to a PC or printer.
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Warning Displays
Warning Displayed
Explanation
Displayed for PictBridge.
[CANNOT BE PRINTED]
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Remedy
• Refer to the user manual for the printer being used
and check whether the printer supports the JFIFJPEG or Exif-JPEG image format. If not, the printer
cannot print the images.
• Movies and CCD-RAW cannot be printed.
• Was the image data photographed using FinePix
S100FS?
You may not be able to print some images
photographed on other cameras.
Troubleshooting
Z Getting ready
Matters
Problems
Nothing happens
when setting the
Power switch to
ON.
Battery and power
supply
Battery run out
quickly.
Power cuts out
during operation.
Possible causes
Solutions
Page
The battery has run out.
Load new or fully charged battery.
The battery is loaded backward.
Load the battery in the corrected direction.
The battery cover or slot cover is not
closed securely.
Close the battery cover or slot cover
securely.
18, 19
19
19, 22
The camera and AC power adapter are not Connect the camera and AC power
connected correctly.
adapter correctly.
133
The camera has been left for a long period Load the battery or connect the AC power
with battery and AC power adapter
adapter, and wait a short time before
removed.
turning the camera on.
19,
24,
133
Camera is used in extremely cold
conditions.
Put the battery in your pocket or another
warm place to heat it and then load it into 18, 19
the camera just before you take a picture.
The battery terminals are soiled.
Wipe the battery terminals with a clean,
dry cloth.
17
Same battery has been used for a long
period.
The battery can no longer be recharged.
Load a new battery.
18, 19
The battery has run out.
Load new or fully charged battery.
18, 19
The camera and AC power adapter are not Connect the camera and AC power
connected correctly.
adapter correctly.
133
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157
Troubleshooting
Z Setting menu etc.
Matters
LCD monitor
display
Problems
Screens are not
displayed in
English.
Possible causes
Solutions
A language other than English is selected Select [ENGLISH].
in the [
] setting in the [SET-UP]
menu.
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28
Z Shooting
Matters
Basic operations
Problems
No photograph is
taken when
pressing the
shutter button.
Possible causes
Solutions
Insert a new Memory Card or erase some
21, 49
unnecessary frames.
The Memory Card or internal memory is
not formatted.
Format the Memory Card or internal
memory on the camera.
121,
129
The Memory Card contact area is soiled.
Wipe the Memory Card contact area with a
soft, dry cloth.
21,
151
The Memory Card is damaged.
Insert a new Memory Card.
The battery has run out.
Load new or fully charged battery.
The Auto power off function has turned the Turn the camera on.
camera off.
The screen
darkens after
taking a picture.
Focusing
158
Camera has
difficulty in
focusing on the
subject.
Page
The Memory Card or internal memory is
full.
You took pictures with flash.
The screen may darken for charging flash.
Wait a short time.
21
18, 19
24
78
You took a close-up shot without selecting Select Macro mode.
Macro mode.
75
You photographed scenery with Macro
mode selected.
Cancel Macro mode.
75
You are shooting a subject that is not
suited to autofocusing (➝p.41).
Use AF/AE lock or “MF” Manual focus
mode to take the picture.
40, 71
Matters
Problems
Possible causes
Solutions
Intelligent Face
Detection
Cannot set
Intelligent Face
Detection.
Shooting mode is set to ,,
., or
.
Macro
Cannot set the
camera to Macro
(close-up) mode.
Shooting mode is set to anything other
than B,
,
,
, N, M, <, or
>.
Cannot use the
flash.
Flash
,
,
Page
, Change Shooting mode.
55
Change Shooting mode.
55
The shutter button was pressed while the Wait until the charging is completed before
flash was charging.
pressing the shutter button.
78
The flash is not popped up.
76
Shooting mode is set to ,,
or
.
Pop up the flash.
,
,
, Change Shooting mode.
55
The battery has run out.
Load new or fully charged battery.
Continuous shooting is selected.
Set continuous shooting to [OFF].
18, 19
81
> Super macro mode is selected.
Cancel > Super macro mode.
75
The flash settings Shooting mode is set to anything other
are restricted and than H,
,
, or N.
cannot be
selected.
The flash settings are restricted because
the camera settings are tailored to the
55, 77
scene being shot. Change Shooting mode
for a wider range of flash settings.
The playback
image is dark
even though the
flash was used.
The subject is too far away.
Move to within the effective flash range
before taking the picture.
Your finger was covering the flash.
Hold the camera correctly.
75, 78
33
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
Matters
Problems
Possible causes
The lens is dirty.
The image is
blurred.
Photographed images
Solutions
Clean the lens.
AF frame (lit red) and { appeared when Check the focus on the subject and take
taking pictures.
pictures.
appeared when taking pictures.
It may cause camera shake. Hold the
camera steadily.
The picture was taken with a slow shutter This is a characteristic of CCDs and does
There is speckling
speed (long exposure) in a highnot indicate a camera fault.
on the image.
temperature environment.
AC power adapter was connected or
Photographed
disconnected during turning the camera
Recording images images or movies on.
are not recorded.
Continuous
shooting
160
Only 1 frame can A picture is taken using self-timer when
be shot even
setting [LONG PERIOD] or [LAST 7(RAW
though continuous 3)] continuous shooting mode.
shooting mode
was set.
Connect or disconnect the AC power
adapter only when the camera is off.
Failing to turn the camera off first can
result in damage to the Memory Card or
malfunctions during PC connection.
Only 1 frame can be shot when using
[LONG PERIOD] or [LAST 7(RAW 3)]
continuous shooting mode and Self-timer
mode together.
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150
34,
40,
152
35,
152
–
133
81
Z Playing back
Matters
Problems
Possible causes
The camera volume is set too low.
Playing back
movie / voice
memo
The camera does
The microphone was blocked during
not emit any
shooting/recording.
sound.
There is something covering the speaker
during playback.
Erasing [FRAME] Some frames may be protected.
does not erase the
frame.
Erasing
Frame No.
Solutions
Page
Adjust the volume.
110,
120,
123,
128
Take care not to block the microphone
during shooting/recording.
11,
108,
117
Make sure that the speaker is uncovered.
12,
109,
120
Unprotect frames using the camera on
which the protection was first applied.
104
Erasing [ALL
FRAMES] does
not erase all the
frames.
You opened the battery cover without
[CONTINUOUS]
turning the camera off when replacing the
in the frame
battery or Memory Card.
number setting
does not function.
Always turn the camera off when replacing
the battery or Memory Card. Opening the
battery cover without turning the camera
off may cause the frame number memory
to not function.
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Troubleshooting
Continued Q
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Troubleshooting
Z Connecting
Matters
Problems
Possible causes
The camera is not connected to the TV
correctly.
Connecting to TV
The included A/V cable was connected
There is no image during movie playback.
or sound on the
“TV” is selected as the TV input.
TV.
The video output setting is incorrect.
The TV image is
black and white.
PC does not
Connecting to PC recognize the
camera.
Connecting to
printer
Cannot print with
PictBridge.
Solutions
Connect the camera and TV correctly.
After the movie playback mode is stopped,
connect the camera and TV correctly.
Set the TV input to “VIDEO”.
Change the setting to [NTSC] or [PAL].
The TV volume is turned down.
Adjust the volume.
The video output setting is incorrect.
Change the setting to [NTSC] or [PAL].
The USB cable is not correctly connected Set up the camera, and connect the USB
to the PC or camera.
cable correctly.
• The USB cable is not correctly
connected to the printer or camera.
• The printer is not turned on.
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132
119,
132
–
121,
124
–
121,
124
143
• Set up the camera, and connect the USB
cable correctly.
• Turn the printer on.
134
Solutions
Page
Briefly remove the battery or disconnect
the AC power adapter. Then reload the
battery or reconnect the AC power adapter
and try again.
19,
133,
Z Others
Matters
Camera operation
etc.
Problems
Nothing happens
when pressing the
buttons on the
camera.
The camera no
longer works
correctly.
162
Possible causes
Camera malfunction may be caused
temporarily.
The battery has run out.
Load new or fully charged battery.
Camera malfunction may be caused
temporarily.
Briefly remove the battery or disconnect
the AC power adapter. Then reload the
battery or reconnect the AC power adapter
and try again. If you think the camera is
faulty, contact your FUJIFILM dealer.
18, 19
19,
133,
172
Specifications
System
Model
Digital camera FinePix S100FS
Effective pixels
11.1 million pixels
CCD
2/3-inch Super CCD HR
Storage media
Internal memory (approx. 25 MB)/xD-Picture Card (16/32/64/128/256/512 MB/1 GB/2 GB)/
SD/SDHC Memory Card (FUJIFILM recommendation (➝p.21))
File format
Still image: DCF-compliant
Compressed: Exif ver.2.2 JPEG, DPOF-compatible
Uncompressed: CCD-RAW (Original RAF format, the bundled FinePixViewer software
required)
*Design rule for Camera File System compliant/DPOF compatible
Movie: AVI format, Motion JPEG
Audio: WAVE format, Monaural sound
Number of recorded pixels Still image: 3840 × 2880 / 4032 × 2688 / 2816 × 2112 / 2048 × 1536 / 1600 × 1200 / 640 × 480
(
/%/5/3/2/`)
File size
See the table on p.168
Lens
Fujinon 14.3× optical zoom lens
F2.8 (Wide-angle)-F5.3 (Telephoto)
Focal length
f=7.1 mm-101.5 mm
(Equivalent to approx. 28 mm-400 mm on a 35 mm camera)
Digital zoom
Approx. 2× (14.3× optical zoom lens is used together: Max. zoom scale: approx. 28.6×)
Aperture
F2.8 to F11 (Wide-angle)/ F5.3 to F11 (Telephoto) in 1/3 EV increments Manual/Auto selectable
Focal range
(from lens surface)
Normal:
Wide-angle: approx. 50 cm (1.6 ft.) to infinity (In High-speed shooting mode: approx. 2.0 m
(6.6 ft.) to infinity)
Telephoto: approx. 2.5 m (8.2 ft.) to infinity (In High-speed shooting mode: approx. 5.0 m
(16.4 ft.) to infinity)
Macro:
Wide-angle: 10 cm to 3.0 m (3.9 in. to 9.8 ft.)
Telephoto: 90 cm to 3.0 m (3.0 ft. to 9.8 ft.)
Super macro: Approx. 1 cm to 1.0 m (0.4 in. to 3.3 ft.)
Focal length: fixed to approx. 28 mm (35 mm camera equivalent)
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Specifications
System
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Sensitivity
[AUTO]/[AUTO(400)]/[AUTO(800)]/[AUTO(1600)]/Equivalent to ISO [100]/[200]/[400]/[800]/[1600]/
[3200]/[6400] (max.number of recorded pixels:5)/[10000] (max. number of recorded pixels:3)
(Standard output sensitivity)
Photometry
TTL 256-zones metering Multi, Spot, Average
Exposure control
Program AE (When using P mode : Program Shift is enabled)/Shutter priority AE/Aperture priority AE/
Manual exposure
Scene position
, ([NATURE]) /
([NATURE SOFT]) /
([NATURE VIVID]) /
([FLOWER]) / H ([PORTRAIT])
/
([PORTRAIT SOFT]) /
([BABY MODE]) /
([PORTRAIT EHNHANCER]) / / ([NIGHT]) /
([SUNSET]) /
([SNOW]) /
([BEACH]) / . ([SPORT]) /
([FIREWORKS])
Picture Stabilization
Optical Stabilization (Lens Shift)
Intelligent Face Detection
Available
, N, M, <)
Exposure compensation
–2 EV to +2 EV in 1/3 EV-step increments (
Shutter speed
B,
, ,,
,
,
, H,
,
,
,
,
,
, .: 1/4 sec. to 1/4000 sec.
/: 1/4 sec. to 1/1000 sec.
: 4 sec. to 1/2 sec.
N, M, <: 4 sec. to 1/4000 sec. (4 sec. to 1/4000 sec. when suppressed flash is set)
>: 30 sec. to 1/4000 sec. bulb (up to 30 sec.)
Continuous shooting
Continuous shooting ([TOP 7 (RAW 3)]):
Number of recorded frames: up to 7 frames (approx. 3 frames/sec.)
High speed continuous shooting ([TOP50 3]):
Number of recorded frames: up to 50 frames (approx. 7 frames/sec.)
Dynamic range bracketing ([DYNAMIC RANGE BKT]):
Number of recorded frames: up to 3 frames (100%, 200% or 400%)
Film simulation bracketing ([FILM SIMULATION BKT]):
Number of recorded frames: up to 3 frames ([PROVIA], [Velvia] or [SOFT])
AE bracketing ([AE BKT]):
Number of recorded frames: up to 3 frames (appropriate, over or under setting value)
Continuous shooting ([LAST 7(RAW 3)]):
Number of recorded frames: 7 frames just before releasing shutter button (approx. 3 frames/sec.)
Long period continuous shooting ([LONG PERIOD]):
Number of recorded frames: Depend on memory size. (approx. 1 frame/sec.)
System
AE bracketing
± 1/3 EV, ± 2/3 EV, ± 1 EV
Focus
Mode: Single AF, Continuous AF, Manual focus
AF system: TTL contrast-type, AF-assist illuminator
AF frame selection: [CENTER], [MULTI], [AREA]
White balance
Automatic scene recognition/Preset (Fine, Shade, Fluorescent (Daylight), Fluorescent (Warm White),
Fluorescent (Cool White), Incandescent) /Custom
Self-timer
Approx. 2 sec./10 sec.
Flash type
Popping the flash up
Effective range: (S: [AUTO]): Wide-angle: approx. 60 cm-7.2 m (2.0 ft.-23.6 ft.)
Telephoto: approx. 2.5 m-3.8 m (8.2 ft.-12.5 ft.)
(Macro):
Wide-angle: approx. 30 cm-80 cm (1.0 ft.-2.6 ft.)
Telephoto: approx. 90 cm-1.3 m (3 ft.-4.3 ft.)
Flash mode
Red-eye removal set to OFF: Auto, Forced Flash, Suppressed Flash, Slow Synchro
Red-eye removal set to ON: Red-eye Reduction Auto, Red-eye Reduction & Forced Flash, Suppressed Flash,
Red-eye Reduction & Slow Synchro
Viewfinder
0.20 inches, approx. 200,000 dots (Each dot displays all R, G, and B colors consecutively), Approx. 100%
coverage
LCD monitor
2.5 inches, Aspect ratio: 4:3; approx. 230,000 dots amorphous silicon TFT color LCD monitor, Approx.
100% coverage
Movie
640 × 480 pixels/320 × 240 pixels (%/$)
(30 frames per second with monaural sound)
Photography functions
Film simulation, Dynamic range, Intelligent face detection, Red eye removal, High-speed shooting, Best
framing, Frame No. memory, Histograms
Playback functions
Intelligent face detection, Red-eye removal, Micro thumbnails playback, Trimming, Slide Show, Multiframe playback, Sorting by date, Image rotate, Histograms (Highlight warning), Voice memo
Other functions
PictBridge, Exif print, Language (
, Português, Nederlands,
, English, Français, Deutsch, Español, Italiano,
,
,
, Magyar, Polski, Svenska), Time difference
,
,
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Specifications
Input/Output Terminal
A/V OUT (Audio/Visual
output)
NTSC/PAL-type (with monaural sound)
Digital input/output
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed, PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol)/MTP (Media Transfer Protocol)
DC input socket
AC Power Adapter AC-84V (sold separately)
Power Supply and Others
Power supply
Guide to the number of
available frames for battery
operation (fully charged)
Use one of the following:
• Rechargeable battery NP-140 (supplied)
• AC Power Adapter AC-84V (sold separately)
Battery Type
NP-140 (1150 mAh)
With LCD monitor ON
With viewfinder (EVF) ON
Approx. 250 frames
Approx. 250 frames
According to the CIPA (Camera & Imaging Products Association) standard procedure for measuring
digital still camera battery consumption (extract):
Use the battery supplied with the camera. The storage media should be xD-Picture Card.
Pictures should be taken at a temperature of +23°C (+73°F), with the LCD monitor turned on, the optical
zoom moved from full wide-angle to full telephoto (or vice-versa) and back again to its original position
every 30 seconds, the flash used at full power every second shot and the camera turned off and then on
again once every 10 shots.
• Note: Because the number of available shots varies depending on the capacity of battery, the figures
shown here for the number of available shots using battery is not guaranteed.
The number of available shots will also decline at low temperatures.
Camera dimensions (W/H/D) 133.4 mm × 93.6 mm × 150.4 mm/5.3 in. × 3.7 in. × 5.9 in. (not including accessories and attachments)
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Camera mass (weight)
Approx. 918 g/32 oz. (not including accessories, battery and Memory Card)
Weight for photography
Approx. 968 g/34 oz. (including battery and Memory Card)
Operating Conditions
Temperature: 0°C to +40°C (+32°F to +104°F)
80% humidity or less (no condensation)
Battery NP-140
Notes on Using the Battery Charger
Nominal voltage
DC 7.2V
Nominal capacity
1150 mAh
Operating
temperature
0°C to +40°C
(+32°F to +104°F)
Dimensions
35.5 mm × 56.0 mm × 13.3 mm
(1.4 in. × 2.2 in. × 0.5 in.)(W × H × D)
Mass (Weight)
Approx. 47 g (1.5 oz.)
Battery Charger BC-140
Rated input
100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Input capacity
7.8 W
Rated output
DC 8.4 V, 720 mA
Applicable batteries
Rechargeable Battery NP-140
Charging time
Approx. 2.1 hrs.
Operating
temperatures
0°C to + 40°C
(+ 32°F to + 104°F)
Dimensions
68 mm × 84 mm × 28 mm
(2.7 in. × 3.3 in. × 1.1 in.) (W × H × D)
Mass (Weight)
Approx. 83 g (2.7 oz.)
(not including battery)
• The battery and battery charger themselves will
become warm due to the power stored inside them. This
is normal and does not indicate a fault. Wherever
possible, use the battery charger in a well-ventilated
location.
• There may be vibration noises from inside the battery
charger during use. This is normal and does not indicate
a fault.
• Do not use the battery charger to charge batteries other
than rechargeable battery NP-140.
• The battery charger could cause interference if placed
close to a radio during charging. In this event, move the
radio and charger further apart.
• Do not leave the battery charger in the following types
of locations:
• Extremely humidity or high temperatures, such as
close to a heating appliance or in direct sunlight
• Places with strong vibration
• In very dusty places
• The battery charger accepts input voltages of 100-240
V AC at 50 or 60 Hz and can be used all over the world.
However, the shape of the plug and socket-outlet
depends on the country of use. Consult your travel
agent for details.
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Specifications
Z Standard number of available frames/recording time per xD-Picture Card, SD Memory Card and internal memory
The number of available frames and recording time is approximate. Actual number of frames and recording time varies
depending on the types of Memory Card or shooting condition. Also, the number of frames and recording time displayed in the
LCD monitor may not decrease regularly.
Quality setting
Number of
recorded pixels
Image data size
Internal memory
(approx. 25 MB)
F
N
3840 × 2880
5.4 MB
2.7 MB
4
8
%
5
3
2
`
4032 ×
2688
2816 ×
2112
2048 ×
1536
1600 ×
1200
640 × 480
2.7 MB
1490 KB
800 KB
650 KB
150 KB
16
31
38
170
9
~
– *1
23.2 MB
1
%
(30 fps)
$
(30 fps)
640 × 480 320 × 240
–
–
21 sec.
43 sec.
2
5
5
10
19
23
98
0
13 sec.
27 sec.
32 MB
5
11
11
21
38
48
198
1
27 sec.
54 sec.
64 MB
11
23
23
42
77
96
398
2
55 sec.
1.8 min.
128 MB
23
46
47
85
156
194
798
5
1.8 min.
3.6 min.
256 MB
46
93
94
171
313
389
1597
11
3.7 min.
7.3 min.
512 MB
93
186
189
343
626
779
3194
22
7.4 min.
14.7 min.
1 GB
187
373
380
687
1253
1559
6396
44
14.9 min. 29.5 min.
2 GB
376
743
761
1360
2460
3046
12794
88
29.9 min. 59.1 min.
SD
Memory
Card
512 MB
90
180
183
332
606
754
3093
21
7.2 min.
1 GB
181
362
368
666
1214
1511
6196
42
14.5 min. 28.6 min.
2 GB
364
720
737
1319
2384
2952
12401
85
29.0 min. 57.3 min.
SDHC
Memory
Card
4 GB
729
1442
1477
2640
4772
5909
24819
171
58.1 min.*2 114.8 min.*2
8 GB
1464
2895
2964
5298
9577
11858
49805
343
116.6 min.*2 230.4 min.*2
xD-Picture Card
16 MB
14.3 min.
*1 The number of recorded pixels is 5440 × 4080 when an image is displayed on your computer using the bundled software.
*2 A movie recording will stop automatically when a movie file becomes approx. 2GB. If you want to continue recording another
movie, press the shutter button again. The available recording time is displayed based on approx. 2GB.
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If you shoot using the xD-Picture Cards with model numbers containing “M” such as DPC-M1GB, movie recording time may be
reduced if you repeatedly record and erase (frame erase) image files. In such a case, erase all frames or format the xD-Picture Card
before use. Back up important frames (files) onto your PC or another media.
* These specifications are subject to change without notice. FUJIFILM shall not be held liable for damages resulting from
errors in this Owner’s Manual.
* 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.
* The operation error may be caused in a digital camera by the strong radio interference (i. e. electric fields, static electricity,
line noise, etc.).
* Due to the nature of the lens, the edges of images may appear distorted. This is normal.
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Explanation of Terms
Deactivated batteries
Leaving an Ni-MH battery unused in storage for a long period may cause a rise in the level of substances that inhibit current
flow inside the battery and result in a dormant battery. A battery in this state is referred to as deactivated.
Because current flow is inhibited in a deactivated Ni-MH battery, the battery’s original level of performance cannot be achieved.
EV
A number denotes Exposure Value. 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.
Frame rate (fps)
The frame rate refers to the number of images (frames) that are photographed or played back per second. For example, when
10 frames are continuously photographed in a 1-second interval, the frame rate is expressed as 10 fps.
For reference, TV images are displayed at 30 fps (NTSC).
JPEG
Joint Photographic Experts Group
A file format used for compressing and saving color images. The higher the compression rate, the greater the loss of quality in
the decompressed (restored) image.
Memory effect
If an Ni-MH battery is repeatedly charged without first being fully discharged, its performance may drop below its original level.
This is referred to as the “memory effect”.
Motion JPEG
A type of AVI (Audio Video Interleave) file format that handles images and sound as a single file. Images in the file are recorded
in JPEG format. Motion JPEG can be played back by QuickTime 3.0 or later.
Smear
A phenomenon specific to CCDs whereby white streaks appear on the image when there is a very strong light source, such as
the sun or reflected sunlight, in the photography screen.
WAVE
A standard format used on Windows systems for saving audio data. WAVE files have the “.WAV” file extension and the data
can be saved in either compressed or uncompressed format. Uncompressed recording is used on this camera.
WAVE files can be played back on a personal computer using the following software:
Windows: MediaPlayer
Macintosh: QuickTime Player
* QuickTime 3.0 or later
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White Balance
Whatever the kind of the light, the human eye adapts to it so that a white object still looks white. On the other hand, devices
such as digital cameras see a white subject as white by first adjusting the color balance to suit the color of the ambient light
around the subject. This adjustment is called matching the white balance.
Exif Print Format is a newly revised digital camera file format that contains a variety of shooting information for optimal printing.
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If you have technical questions or if you need repair service, ask the following local distributor.
Please present the warranty card and your purchase receipt when you ask for repairs. Refer to the warranty card for conditions of the warranty.
There is a case that repair and Technical support cannot be accepted for some models which your local distributor does not deal with.
These lists are subject to change without notice.
NORTH AMERICA
Canada
U.S.A.
FUJIFILM Canada Inc.
Technical support
Repair service
FUJIFILM U.S.A., Inc.
Technical support
Repair service
CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA
Argentina
Imagen e informacion S.A.
Technical support & Repair service
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600 Suffolk Court Mississauga Ontario, L5R 4G4
TEL 1-866-818-FUJI (3854) http://www.fujihelp.ca
600 Suffolk Court Mississauga Ontario, L5R 4G4
TEL 1-800-263-5018 FAX 1-905-755-2993 http://www.fujihelp.ca
1100 King George Post Rd., Edison, NJ 08837
TEL 800-800-3854 FAX 732-857-3487 digitalinfo@fujifilm.com
1100 King George Post Rd., Edison, NJ 08837
TEL 732-857-3000 FAX 732-857-3471 njcamerarepair@fujifilm.com
Bolivia
Reifschneider Bolivia Ltda.
Technical support & Repair service
Fondo de la Legua 936 San Isidro Pcia. de Buenos Aires
TEL +54-11-4836-1000 FAX +54-11-4836-1144
servtec@imageneinformacion.com.ar
Calle H N.° 5 - Equipetrol Norte - Santa Cruz
TEL +591 33 44 1129 FAX +591 33 45 2919 gciagral@bibosi.scz.entelnet.bo
Brazil
FUJIFILM do Brasil Ltda.
Technical support & Repair service
Av. Vereador José Diniz, 3400 - Campo Belo, Sào Paulo/SP
TEL 0800-12-8600 FAX +55 11 5091-4150 camarasdigitais@fujifilm.com.br
Chile
Reifschneider SA
Technical support & Repair service
Av. El Conquistador del Monte 5024, Huechuraba, Santiago, Chile
TEL 02-4431500 FAX 02-4431596 ceciliacalvo@reifschneider.cl
Colombia
Animex de Colombia Ltda.
Technical support & Repair service
Calle 44 N.° 13-43 Piso 2 Apartado 18001 - Bogotá
TEL +57 1 338-0299 FAX +57 1 288-2208 animex@etb.net.co
Ecuador
Espacri Cia Ltda
Technical support & Repair service
Bolivar 5-69 y Hermano Miguel
TEL 593-72-835526 FAX 593-72-833157
Ecuador
Importaciones Espacri Cia. Ltda.
Technical support & Repair service
Simón Bolivar 5-69 y Hno. Miguel - Cuenca
TEL +593 783 5526 FAX +593 783 3157 portiz@fujifilm.com.ec
Mexico
Fujifilm de Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
Technical support
Av. Ejercito Nacional 351, Col. Granada 11520 Mexico, D.F.
TEL (52-55) 5263-5566 / 68 FAX (52-55) 5254-1508 jlgiraud1@fujifilm.com.mx
Repair service
Av. Presidente Juarez 2007, Col. Tepetlacalco, 54090 Tlalnepantla, Edo. de
Mexico
TEL (52-55) 5263-5500 FAX (52-55) 5254-1508 jlgiraud1@fujifilm.com.mx
Paraguay
Errece S.R.L.
Technical support & Repair service
Edificio Unitas 15 de Agosto 1035, Asunción
TEL +595 21 444256 FAX +595 21 444651 jmarbulo@fujifilm.com.py
Peru
Procesos de Color S.A.
Technical support & Repair service
Pablo Bermudez 111 Apartado 3794 - Esq. Arequipa - Lima 11
TEL +51 14 33 5563 FAX +51 14 33 7177 jalvarado@fujifilm.com.pe
Uruguay
Fotocamara S.R.L.
Technical support & Repair service
Cuareim 1439, montevideo, Uruguay
TEL +598-2-9002004 FAX +598-2-9008430 fotocam@adinet.com.uy
Uruguay
Kiel S.A.
Technical support & Repair service
Maldonado 1787 Montevideo- Uruguay
TEL (05982) 419 4542 FAX (05982) 412 0046 kiel@fujifilm.com.uy
Venezuela
C. Hellmund & Cia Sa
Technical support & Repair service
Av. Ppal Diego Cisneros Caracas Venezuela Edf Oficentro
TEL 0212-2022300 FAX 0212-2399796 hellmund@hellmund.com
Fuji Film Oesterreich
Technical support & Repair service
Traviatagasse/Pfarrgasse, 1230 Vienna, Austria
TEL 0043 1 6162606/51 or 52 FAX 0043 1 6162606/58
kamera.service@fujifilm.at
20, Avenue Lavoisier, Wavre, 1300, Belgium
TEL 3210242090 FAX 3210238562 info@fuji.be
EUROPE
Austria
Belgium
Belgian Fuji Agency
Technical support & Repair service
Croatia
I&I d.o.o.
Technical support
Repair service
Hondlova 2, Zagreb, Croatia
TEL 38512319060 FAX 2310240 dsaravanja@fujifilm.hr
Hondlova 2, Zagreb, Croatia
TEL 38512316228 FAX 2310240 info@fujifilm.hr
11, Dighenis Akritas Avenue, P.O.BOX 22315, 1586 Nicosia
TEL 35722746746 FAX 35722438209 mariosashiotis@fujifilm.com.cy
Cyprus
PMS IMAGING LTD
Technical support & Repair service
Cyprus
Doros Neophytou
CAMERA REPAIRS
Technical support & Repair service
28B, Agiou Demetriou, Acropoli, Nicosia
TEL 35722314719 FAX 35722515562 dorosn@logosnet.cy.net
Czech Republic
Fujifilm Cz., s.r.o.
Technical support
U nakladoveho nadrazi 2/1949, 130 00 Praha 3
TEL 00420 234 703 411 FAX 00420 234 703 489 fricman@fujifilm.cz
Czech Republic
AWH servis
Repair service
Milesovska 1, 130 00 Praha 3, Czech republic
TEL 00420 222 721 525 FAX 00420 222 720 122 awh@awh.cz
Denmark
Fujifilm Danmark A/S
Technical support & Repair service
Stubbeled 2, 2950 Vedbæk Denmark
TEL 0045 45662244 FAX 0045 45662214 fujifilm@fujifilm.dk
Finland
Fuji Finland Oy
Technical support & Repair service
Martinkyläntie 41, 01720 Vantaa, Finland
TEL +358 9 825951 FAX +358 9 870 3818 fuji@fuji.fi
France
FUJIFILM France
Technical support & Repair service
9 rue d’Alembert BAT A1 ZA Pissaloup 78190 Trappes, France
FAX 33 1 01 30 58 58 65direction.technique@pm2s.fr
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Germany
Greece
FUJIFILM Electronic Imaging Europe Benzstrasse 2, 47533 Kleve, Germany
International call TEL +49 211 50890 FAX +49 211 5089668 service@fujifilm.de
GmbH
National call* TEL 0180 5898980 FAX 0180 5898982
Technical support & Repair service
*12 Cent/Min aus dem deutschen Festnetz
1, Ihous & Ag. Anargiron str., 175 64 P.Phaliro, Athens, Greece
FUJIFILM HELLAS S.A.
TEL 0030 210 9404100 FAX 0030 210 9404397 fujifilm@fujifilm.gr
Technical support & Repair service
Hungary
Fujifilm Hungary Ltd.
Technical support
Vaci ut 19. Budapest, 1134, Hungary
TEL 3612389410 FAX 3612389401 fujifilm@fujifilm.hu
Iceland
Icephoto (Ljosmyndavorur)
Technical support & Repair service
Skipholt 31, 105 Reykjavik, Iceland
TEL 354 568 0450 FAX 354 568 0455 framkollun@fujifilm.is
Italy
FujiFilm Italia S.p.A.
Technical support
Repair service
Via Dell’Unione Europea, 4 - 20097 San Donato Milanese (MI), Italy
TEL 039-02895821 FAX 039-0289582912 info@fujifilm.it
Lithuania
Fujifilm Lithuania
Technical support & Repair service
Fujifilm On Line - Call center
TEL 039-026695272 info@fujifilm.it
Gerosios Vilties str. 38, LT-03143 Vilnius, Lithuania
TEL 370-5-2130121 FAX 3705-5-2134066 info@fujifilm.lt
Malta
Ciancio (1913) Co.Ltd.
Technical support & Repair service
Fuji Tech Centre, Ciancio House, Cannon Road, Qormi, QRM05
TEL 0356-21-480500 FAX 0356-21-488328 info@fujifilm.com.mt
Norway
Lilleakerveien 10, 0283 Oslo, Norway
TEL 0047-02273 FAX 0047-22736020 http://www.fujifilm.no/
mailto:post@fujifilm.no
Repair service
Liaveien 1, 5132 Nyborg, Norway
TEL 0047-55393880 FAX 0047-55195201 http://www.camera.no/
mailto:service@camera.no
Fujifilm Polska Distribution Sp. z o.o. Poland Al..Jerozolimskie 178; 02-486 Warszawa
TEL +48-22-517-66-00 FAX +48-22-517-66-02 fujifilm@fujifilm.pl
Technical support
Poland
Fujifilm Norge AS
Technical support
Repair service
Portugal
Romania
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Technical support
Repair service
CTS-Cardinal Top Systems Ltd
Technical support & Repair service
Poland, Muszkieterow 15, 02-273 Warszawa
TEL +48-22-886-94-40 FAX +48-22-886-94-42 serwis@fujifilm.pl
Av. Fontes Pereira de Melo, 342, 4100-259 Porto, Portugal
TEL (351) 226194200 FAX (351) 226194213 finepix@fujifilm.pt
Av. Fontes Pereira de Melo, 342, 4100-259 Porto, Portugal
TEL (351) 226194200 FAX (351) 225194662 cameras@fujifilm.pt
112, Calea Dorobanti street, 4 flat, 1sector, Bucharest, Romania
TEL 4021-230-09-82 FAX 4021-230-09-82 cts_tirla@hotmail.com
Russia
Slovakia
Spain
Sweden
ZAO “Fujifilm RU”
Technical support
Repair service
Fujifilm Slovakia
Technical support
Repair service
Fujifilm España S.A.
Technical support
Repair service
Fujifilm Sverige AB
Technical support
Repair service
Bld. 1, 10, Rozanova str., Moscow, 123007, Russia
TEL +7-495-956-98-58 FAX +7-495-230-62-17 info@fujifilm.ru
www.fujifilm.ru
TEL +7-495-956-98-58
Pribylinska 2, 831 04 Bratislava, Slovakia
TEL 00421 2 44 888 077 FAX 00421 2 44 889 300 fujifilm@fujifilm.sk
FIS Tatracentrum, Hodzovo nam. 4 - Tatracentrum, 811 06 Bratislava, Slovakia
TEL 00421 2 54 647 347 fis.tatracentrum@stonline.sk
Aragón 180, 08011 Barcelona (España)
TEL 902012535 FAX 934515900 / 933230330 info@fujifilm.es
Aragón 180, 08011 Barcelona (España)
TEL 934511515 FAX 934515900 / 933230330 tallersat@fujifilm.es
Sveavägen 167 104 35 Stockholm
TEL 46 8 506 141 70 FAX 46 8 506 142 09 kamera@fujifilm.se
Sveavägen 167 104 35 Stockholm
TEL 46 8 506 513 54 FAX 46 8 506 513 99 kameraverkstaden@fujifilm.se
Niederhaslistrasse 12, 8157 Dietlikon, Switzerland
TEL +41 44 855 5154 FAX +41 44 855 5329 RepairCenter@fujifilm.ch
Switzerland /
Lichtenstein
Fujifilm (Switzerland) AG
Technical support & Repair service
The Netherlands
FUJIFILM Electronic Imaging
Nederland
Technical support
Hoogstraat 35, 3011 PE Rotterdam, Nederlands
TEL +31(0)102812500 FAX +31(0)102812560 helpdesk@fujifilm-digital.nl
Repair service
Hoogstraat 35, 3011 PE Rotterdam, Nederlands
TEL +31(0)102812520 FAX +31(0)102812550 camerareparaties@fujifilm-digital.nl
Fujifilm Plaza, Dereboyu Cad. 39 34660 Halkali, Istanbul, Turkey
TEL +90 212 696 5090 FAX +90 212 696 5009 csarp@fujifilm.com.tr
Turkey
U.K.
Ukraine
Fujifilm Turkiye Sinfo A.S.
Technical support
Repair service
FUJIFILM UK Ltd.
Technical support
Repair service
Image Ukraine CJSC
Technical support & Repair service
Fujifilm Plaza, Dereboyu Cad. 39 34660 Halkali, Istanbul, Turkey
TEL +90 212 696 5090 FAX +90 212 696 5010 servis@fujifilm.com.tr
St Martins Way St Martins Business Centre Bedford MK42 0LF
TEL +44 (0)123 424 5383 FAX +44 (0)123 424 5285 fujitec@fuji.co.uk
St Martins Way St Martins Business Centre Bedford MK42 0LF
TEL +44 (0)123 421 8388 FAX +44 (0)123 424 5285 fujitec@fuji.co.uk
12, Kontraktova ploshcha, Kyiv 04070, Ukraine
TEL +380-44-4909075 FAX +380-44-4909076 d@fujifilm.ua
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MIDDLE EAST
Iran
Israel
229,“Fuji” Bldg., Mirdamad Blvd., Tehran 19189, Iran
TEL (+98-21)2254810-19 FAX (+98-21)2221002 fuka@neda.net
Shimone Group Ltd.
Technical support
Repair service
Efal 33 keyriat Arie Petah Tikva 49130, Israel
TEL (+ ) 972 3 9250666 digital@fujifilm.co.il
Jordan
Grand Stores
Technical support & Repair service
Efal 33 keyriat Arie Petah Tikva 49130, Israel
TEL (+ ) 972 3 9250666 FAX 972 3 9250699 khaim@shimone.com
Al- Abdali, Amman / Jordan
TEL 009626-4646387 FAX 009626-4647542 gstores@go.com.jo
Qatar
Techno Blue
Technical support
Blue Salon Bldg, 3rd Floor, Suhaim bin Hamad st, Al- Saad, Doha
TEL 00974 44 66 175 FAX 00974 44 79 053 prabu@techno-blue.com
Saudi Arabia
Emam Distribution Co. Ltd.
Technical support
P.O. Box 1716, Jeddah 21441, Saudi Arabia
TEL 96626978756 FAX 96626917036 service@fujifilm.com.sa
Syria
Film Trading Company
Technical support
Repair service
Al-Shahbandar P.O. Box:31180 Damascus SYRIA
TEL + 963 11 2218049 FAX + 963 11 44673456 f.t.c@Net.SY
Al-cheikh Taha P.O. Box: 6171 Aleppo SYRIA
TEL + 963 21 4641903 FAX + 963 21 4641907 filmtradin@Net.SY
P. O. Box 2144, Saleh Bin Lahej Building, Al Garhoud, Deira, Dubai
TEL + 971-4-2823700 FAX + 971-4-2828382 photography@grandstores.ae
U.A.E.
Grand Stores
Technical support & Repair service
Yemen
Al-Haidary Trading
Technical support
Repair service
P.O.Box-2942 Haddah St. HTC, Sana’a, Yemen
TEL 00967-1-503980 FAX 00967-1-503983
Foto Express Egypt
Technical support & Repair service
426 Pyramids St., Giza, Egypt
TEL (202) 7762062 FAX (202) 7760169 fotoegypt@access.com.eg
Fuji Kenya Ltd
Repair service
P.O.Box 41669-00100, Fuji Plaza, Chiromo Road, Nairobi, Kenya.
TEL (254-20)4446265-8 FAX (254-20)4448515 / 7 info@fujifilm.co.ke
FUJIFILM Australia Pty Ltd
Technical support & Repair service
Locked Bag 5100, Brookvale, NSW, 2100
TEL 1800 226 355 FAX +61 (2) 9466 2854 digital@fujifilm.com.au
Fiji
Brijlal & Co. Ltd
Technical support & Repair service
70-72 Cumming Street,Suva,Fiji
TEL (679)3304133 FAX (679)3302777 kapadia@connect.com.fj
New Caledonia
Phocidis SARL
Technical support & Repair service
58, rue Higginson - B.P.661 - 98845
TEL (00 687) 25-46-35 FAX (00 687) 28-66-70 phocidis@phocidis.nc
AFRICA
Egypt
Kenya
OCEANIA
Australia
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Tehran Fuka Co.
Technical support & Repair service
P.O.Box-2942 Haddah St. HTC, Sana’a, Yemen
TEL 00967-1-503977 FAX 00967-1-503983
New Zealand
Fujifilm NZ Ltd
Technical support & Repair service
Cnr William Pickering & Bush Road Albany, Auckland
TEL +64-9-4140400 FAX +64-9-4140410 glenn.beaumont@fujifilm.co.nz
Papua New Guinea
Oceania PNG Limited
Technical support
Section 15, Allotment 1, Reke St, Boroko NCD. PNG. Mail: PO Box 2167, Boroko
NCD. PNG. TEL +675 3256411 FAX +675 3250311 oceania@daltron.com.pg
Fuji Photo Products Co., Ltd.
Technical support & Repair service
8/F.,TSUEN WAN IND. CENTRE, 220 TEXACO RD., TSUEN WAN, HONG KONG
TEL (852)2406 3287 FAX (852)2408 3130 rsd@chinahkphoto.com.hk
Indonesia
PT Modern Photo Tbk
Technical support & Repair service
Malaysia
FUJIFILM (Malaysia)
Sdn. Bhd.
Technical support
Repair service
Jl.Matraman Raya 12, Jakarta Timur 13150
TEL +62 021 2801000 FAX +62 021 8581620+62 021 2801012
assd_kmr@modernphoto.co.id
Letter Box 1, Level 10, 11 & 12, Menara Axis, No 2, Jalan 51A/223, 46100 Petaling
Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
TEL 603-79584700 FAX 603-79584110 digital@fujifilm.com.my
ASIA
Hong Kong
Philippines
YKL Development & Trdg. Corp.
Technical support
Repair service
Letter Box 1, Level 10, 11 & 12, Menara Axis, No 2, Jalan 51A/223, 46100 Petaling
Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
TEL 603-79584700 FAX 603-79584110 technical@fujifilm.com.my
24 Sto. Domingo St., Quezon City 1100, Philippines
TEL 632-7436601~06 FAX 632-7324661 digital@yklcolor.com
Singapore
FUJIFILM (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Technical support & Repair service
24 Sto. Domingo St., Quezon City 1100, Philippines
TEL 632-7436601~06 FAX 632-7324661 tech_services@yklcolor.com
10 New Industrial Road Fujifilm Building Singapore 536201
TEL 65-6380 5557 FAX 65-6281 3594 service@fujifilm.com.sg
South Korea
Korea Fujifilm Co., Ltd.
Technical support
30-1, Mukjeung-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, Korea
TEL +82-2-3282-7363 FAX +82-2-2269-7435 photo@fujifilm.co.kr
South Korea
Yonsan AS Center (Fujidigital)
Repair service
#301, 3F, Jeonjaland, 16-9, Hangangro3-ga, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, Korea
TEL +82-2-701-1472 FAX +82-2-718-1331 1bowl@hanmail.net
South Korea
Kangnam AS Center (Digitalgallery)
Repair service
2F, Hyeongin Tower, 23-2, Bangyi-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul, Korea
TEL +82-2-2203-1472 FAX +82-2-418-5572 nurijili@hanmail.net
South Korea
Busan AS Center (Digital-Sewon)
Repair service
241-4, Bujeon-dong, Busanjin-gu, Busan, Korea
TEL +82-51-806-1472 FAX +82-51-817-0083 merahan@yahoo.co.kr
Taiwan
Hung Chong Corp.
Technical support & Repair service
No. 38, Min-Chuan E. Rd. Sec. 6, Taipei (114), Taiwan, R.O.C.
TEL 886-2-6602-8988 FAX 886-2-2791-8647 dah@mail.hungchong.com.tw
Thailand
FUJIFILM (Thailand) Ltd.
Technical support
Repair service
388 SP Building, 8th Floor, Phayathai, Bangkok 10400
TEL +662-2730029 ext. 755 FAX +662-2730239 supaleark@fujifilm.co.th
388 SP Building, 8th Floor, Phayathai, Bangkok 10400
TEL +662-2730029 ext.761,762 FAX +662-2730239 warin@fujifilm.co.th
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Vietnam
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International Minh Viet Co., Ltd.
Technical support & Repair service
99-107 Bach Van street, Ward 5, District 5, Ho chi minh city
TEL +84-8-8366807 ext.122 FAX +84-8-8380621 diep.phanthithanh@imv.com.vn
Memo
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7-3, AKASAKA 9-CHOME, MINATO-KU, TOKYO 107-0052, JAPAN
http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/index.html
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Notes and Cautions
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read Instructions:
All the safety and operating instructions should
be read before the appliance is operated.
Retain Instructions:
The safety and operating instructions should be
retained for future reference.
Heed Warnings:
All warnings on the appliance and in the
operating instructions should be adhered to.
Follow Instructions:
All operating and use instructions should be
followed.
Installation
Power Sources—This video product should be
operated only from the type of power source
indicated on the marking label. If you are not
sure of the type of power supply to your home,
consult your appliance dealer or local power
company. For video products intended to
operate from battery power, or other sources,
refer to the operating instructions.
Grounding or Polarization—This video
product is equipped with a polarized
alternating-current line plug (a plug having one
blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into
the power outlet only one way. This is a safety
feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully
into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug
should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to
replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the
safety purpose of the polarized plug.
Alternate Warnings—This video product is
equipped with a 3-wire grounding-type plug, a
plug having a third (grounding) pin. This plug
will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet.
This is a safety feature. If you are unable to
insert the plug into the outlet, contact your
electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do
not defeat the safety purpose of the groundingtype plug.
Overloading—Do not overload wall outlets and
extension cords as this can result in a risk of fire
or electric shock.
Ventilation—Slots and openings in the cabinet
are provided for ventilation and to ensure
reliable operation of the video product and to
protect it from overheating, and these openings
must not be blocked or covered.
The openings should never be blocked by
placing the video product on a bed, sofa, rug,
or other similar surface.
This video product should not be placed in a
built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack
unless proper ventilation is provided or the
manufacturer’s instructions have been adhered
to.
This video product should never be placed near
or over a radiator or heat register.
Attachments—Do not use attachments not
recommended by the video product
manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
Water and Moisture—Do not use this video
product near water – for example, near a bath
tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a
wet basement, or near a swimming pool, and
the like.
Power-Cord Protection—Power-Supply cords
should be routed so that they are not likely to be
walked on or pinched by items placed upon or
against them, paying particular attention to
cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and
the point where they exit from the appliance.
Accessories—Do not place this video product
on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or
table. The video product may fall, causing
serious injury to a child or adult, and serious
damage to the appliance. Use only with a cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended
by the manufacturer, or sold with the video
product. Any mounting of the appliance should
follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and
should use a mounting accessory
recommended by the manufacturer.
An appliance and cart combination should be
moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force,
and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance
and cart combination to overturn.
Antennas
Outdoor Antenna Grounding—If an outside
antenna or cable system is connected to the
video product, be sure the antenna or cable
system is grounded so as to provide some
protection against voltage surges and built-up
static charges. Section 810 of the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70, provides
information with respect to proper grounding of
the mast and supporting structure, grounding of
the lead-in wire to an antennadischarge unit,
size of grounding conductors, location of
antenna-discharge unit, connection to
grounding electrodes, and requirements for the
grounding electrode.
Power Lines—An outside antenna system
should not be located in the vicinity of overhead
power lines or other electric light or power
circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines
or circuits. When installing an outside antenna
system, extreme care should be taken to keep
from touching such power lines or circuits as
contact with them might be fatal.
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
Ground
Clamp
Electric
Service
Equipment
Antenna
Lead in
Wire
Antenna
Discharge Unit
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
Grounding Conductors
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
Ground Clamps
Power Service Grounding
Electrode System
(NEC ART 250. PART H)
Use
Cleaning—Unplug this video product from the
wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid
cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth
for cleaning.
Object and Liquid Entry—Never push objects
of any kind into this video product through
openings as they may touch dangerous voltage
points or shortout parts that could result in a fire
or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind
on the video product.
Lightning—For added protection for this video
product receiver during a lightning storm, or
when it is left unattended and unused for long
periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet
and disconnect the antenna or cable system.
This will prevent damage to the video product
due to lightning and power-line surges.
Service
Servicing—Do not attempt to service this video
product yourself as opening or removing covers
may expose you to dangerous voltage or other
hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
Damage Requiring Service—Unplug this
video product from the wall outlet and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under
the following conditions:
When the power-supply cord or plug is
damaged.
If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen
into the video product.
If the video product has been exposed to rain or
water.
If the video product has been dropped or the
cabinet has been damaged.
If the video product does not operate normally
be following the operating instructions. Adjust
only those controls that are covered by the
operating instructions as an improper
adjustment of other controls may result in
damage and will often require extensive work by
a qualified technician to restore the video
product to its normal operation.
■ Trademark Information
•
and xD-Picture Card™ are trademarks of
FUJIFILM Corporation.
• IBM PC/AT is a registered trademark of
International Business Machines Corp. of the
U.S.A.
• Macintosh, Power Macintosh, iMac, PowerBook,
iBook and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries.
• Microsoft, Windows, the Windows logo,
Windows Vista and the Windows Vista logo are
trademarks or registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/
or other countries. Windows is an abbreviated
term referring to the Microsoft® Windows®
Operating System.
* The “Designed for Microsoft® Windows® XP”
logo refers to the camera and the driver only.
Before Using the Camera
• IrSimple™ Trademark is owned by the Infrared
Data Association®.
Read the back side before using the camera.
• IrSS™ Trademark or IrSimpleShot™ Trademark
■ Test Shots Prior to Photography
is owned by the Infrared Data Association®.
For important photographs (such as weddings
• SDHC logo is a trademark.
and overseas trips), always take a test shot and
• Other company or product names are
view the image to make sure that the camera is
trademarks or registered trademarks of the
working normally.
respective companies.
• FUJIFILM Corporation cannot accept liability for
■ Notes on Electrical Interference
any incidental losses (such as the costs of
If the camera is to be used in hospitals or aircrafts,
photography or the loss of income from
please note that this camera may cause
photography) incurred as a result of faults with
interference to other equipment in the hospital or
this product.
aircraft. For details, please check with the
■ Notes on Copyright
applicable regulations.
Images recorded using your digital camera system
■ Explanation of Color Television System
cannot be used in ways that infringe copyright
NTSC: National Television System Committee,
laws without the consent of the owner, unless
color television telecasting specifications
intended only for personal use. Note that some
adopted mainly in the U.S.A., Canada and
restrictions apply to the photographing of stage
Japan.
performances, entertainments and exhibits, even
PAL: Phase Alternation by Line, a color
when intended purely for personal use. Users are
television system adopted mainly by
also asked to note that the transfer of Memory
European countries and China.
Card containing images or data protected under
copyright laws is only permissible within the
■ Exif Print (Exif ver. 2.2)
restrictions imposed by those copyright laws.
Exif Print Format is a newly revised digital camera
file format that contains a variety of shooting
■ Handling Your Digital Camera
information for optimal printing.
To ensure that images are recorded correctly, do
* See “Using Your Camera Correctly”
not subject the camera to impact or shock while
(→OWNER’S MANUAL) for more information.
an image is being recorded.
■ Liquid Crystal
If the LCD monitor is damaged, take particular
⇒ Also, read the back page.
care with the liquid crystal in the monitor. 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 soap and running water.
• If liquid crystal gets into your eye:
Flush the affected eye with clean water for at
least 15 minutes and then seek medical
assistance.
• If liquid crystal is swallowed:
Flush your mouth thoroughly with water. Drink
large quantities of water and induce vomiting.
Then seek medical assistance.
When the video product exhibits a distinct
change in performance - this indicates a need
for service.
Replacement Parts—When replacement parts
are required, be sure the service technician has
used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer or have the same characteristics
as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions
may result in fire, electric shock or other
hazards.
Safety Check—Upon completion of any
service or repairs to this video product, ask the
service technician to perform safety checks to
determine that the video product is in proper
operating condition.
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Power Supply and Battery
Be sure to read this notes before using
Safety Notes
WARNING
• Make sure that you use your camera correctly. Read these
Safety Notes and your Owner’s Manual carefully before use.
• After reading these Safety Notes, store them in a safe place.
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 tell you that this information requires
attention (“important”).
Circular icons with a diagonal bar tell you that the
action indicated is prohibited (“Prohibited”).
Filled circles with an exclamation mark tell you an
action that must be performed (“Required”).
WARNING
If a problem arises, turn the camera off, remove
the battery, disconnect and unplug the AC
power adapter.
Continued use of the camera when it is emitting
smoke, is emitting any unusual odor, or is in any
other abnormal state can cause a fire or electric
shock.
• Contact your FUJIFILM dealer.
Do not allow water or foreign objects to enter
the camera.
If water or foreign objects get inside the camera,
turn the camera off, remove the battery and
disconnect and unplug the AC power adapter.
Continued use of the camera can cause a fire or
electric shock.
• Contact your FUJIFILM dealer.
Do not use the camera in the bathroom or
shower.
This can cause a fire or electric shock.
Never attempt to change or take apart the
camera. (Never open the 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 FUJIFILM dealer.
Do not change, heat or unduly twist or pull the
connection cord and do not place heavy objects
on the connection cord.
These actions could damage the cord and cause a
fire or electric shock.
• If the cord is damaged, contact your FUJIFILM
dealer.
Do not place the camera on an unstable surface.
This can cause the camera to fall or tip over and
cause injury.
Never attempt to take pictures while in motion.
Do not use the camera while you are walking or
driving a vehicle.
This can result in you falling down or being involved
in a traffic accident.
Do not touch any metal parts of the camera
during a thunderstorm.
This can cause an electric shock due to induced
current from the lightning discharge.
Do not use the battery except as specified.
Load the battery as aligned with the indicator.
Do not heat, change or take apart the battery.
Do not drop or subject the battery to impacts.
Do not store the battery with metallic products.
Do not use chargers other than the specified
model to charge the battery.
Any of these actions can cause the battery to burst
or leak and cause fire or injury as a result.
Use only the battery or AC power adapters
specified for use with this camera.
Do not use voltages other than the power supply
voltage shown.
The use of other power sources can cause a fire.
If the battery leaks and fluid gets in contact with
your eyes, skin or clothing. Flush the affected
area with clean water and seek medical attention
or call an emergency number right away.
Do not use the charger to charge batteries other
than those specified here.
The Ni-MH battery charger is designed for Fujifilm
HR-AA Ni-MH batteries. Using the charger to
charge conventional batteries or other types of
rechargeable batteries can cause the battery to
leak fluid, overheat or burst.
When carrying the battery, install it in a digital
camera or keep it in the hard case.
When storing the battery, keep it in the hard case.
When discarding, cover the battery terminals
with insulation tape.
Contact with other metallic objects or battery could
cause the battery to ignite or burst.
Keep Memory Cards out of the reach of small
children.
Because Memory Cards are small, they can be
swallowed by children. Be sure to store Memory
Cards out of the reach of small children. If a child
swallows a Memory Card, seek medical attention or
call an emergency number.
CAUTION
Unplug
from power
socket.
Do not use in
the bathroom
or shower
Do not
disassemble.
Do not use this camera in locations affected by
oil fumes, steam, humidity or dust.
This can cause a fire or electric shock.
Do not leave this camera in places subject to
extremely high temperatures.
Do not leave the camera in locations such as a
sealed vehicle or in direct sunlight.
This can cause a fire.
Keep out of the reach of small children.
This product could cause injury in the hands of a
child.
Do not place heavy objects on the camera.
This can cause the heavy object to tip over or fall
and cause injury.
Do not move the camera while the AC power
adapter is still connected.
Do not pull on the connection cord to
disconnect the AC power adapter.
This can damage the power cord or cables and
cause a fire or electric shock.
Do not use the AC power adapter when the plug is
damaged or the plug socket connection is loose.
This could cause a fire or electric shock.
Do not cover or wrap the camera or the AC
power adapter in a cloth or blanket.
This can cause heat to build up and distort the
casing or cause a fire.
When you are cleaning the camera or you do not
plan to use the camera for an extended period,
remove the battery and disconnect and unplug
the AC power adapter.
Failure to do so can cause a fire or electric shock.
When charging ends, unplug the charger from
the power socket.
Leaving the charger plugged into the power socket
can cause a fire.
Using a flash too close to a person’s eyes may
temporarily affect the eyesight.
Take particular care when photographing infants
and young children.
When an xD-Picture Card is removed, the card
could come out of the slot too quickly. Use your
finger to hold it and gently release the card.
Request regular internal testing and cleaning
for your camera.
Build-up of dust in your camera can cause a fire or
electric shock.
• Contact your FUJIFILM dealer to request internal
cleaning every 2 years.
• Please note this is not a free of charge service.
* Confirm your battery type before reading the
following descriptions.
The following explains proper use of batteries and
how to prolong their life. Incorrect use of batteries can
cause shorter battery life, as well as leakage,
excessive heat, fire or explosion.
1 Camera uses the Rechargeable Lithium-ion
Battery
* When shipped, the battery is not fully charged.
Always charge the battery before using it.
* When carrying the battery, install it in a
digital camera or keep it in the soft case.
■ Battery Features
• The battery gradually loses its charge even when
not used. Use a battery that has been charged
recently (in the last day or two) to take pictures.
• To maximize the life of the battery, turn the camera
off as quickly as possible when it is not being used.
• The number of available frames will be lower in cold
locations or at low temperatures. Take along a spare
fully charged battery. You can also increase the
amount of power produced by putting the battery in
your pocket or another warm place to heat it and
then loading it into the camera just before you take a
picture.
If you are using a heating pad, take care not to
place the battery directly against the pad. The
camera may not operate if you use a depleted
battery in cold conditions.
■ Charging the Battery
• You can charge the battery using the battery
charger (included).
• The battery can be charged at ambient
temperatures between 0°C and +40°C (+32°F
and +104°F). Refer to the OWNER’S MANUAL for
the time of charging battery.
• You should charge the battery at an ambient
temperature between +10°C and +35°C
(+50°F and +95°F). If you charge the battery at a
temperature outside this range, charging takes
longer because the performance of the battery is
impaired.
• You cannot charge the battery at temperatures of
0°C (+32°F) or below.
• The Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery does not
need to be fully discharged or exhausted flat before
being charged.
• The battery may feel warm after it has been charged
or immediately after being used. This is perfectly
normal.
• Do not recharge a fully charged battery.
■ Battery Life
At normal temperatures, the battery can be used at
least 300 times. If the time for which the battery
provides power shortens markedly, this indicates that
the battery has reached the end of its effective life
and should be replaced.
■ Notes on storage
• If a battery is stored for long periods while charged,
the performance of the battery can be impaired. If
the battery will not be used for some time, run the
battery out before storing it.
• If you do not intend to use the camera for a long
period of time, remove the battery from the camera.
• Store the battery in a cool place.
• The battery should be stored in a dry location with
an ambient temperature between +15°C and
+25°C (+59°F and +77°F).
• Do not leave the battery in hot or extremely cold
places.
■ Using the AA-size Ni-MH batteries correctly
■ Handling the Battery
Cautions for Your Safety:
• Ni-MH batteries left unused in storage for long
periods can become “deactivated”. Also, repeatedly
• Do not carry or store battery with metal objects such
as necklaces or hairpins.
charging Ni-MH batteries that are only partially
discharged can cause them to suffer from the
• Do not heat the battery or throw it into a fire.
“memory effect”. Ni-MH batteries that are
• Do not attempt to take apart or change the battery.
“deactivated” or affected by “memory” suffer from
• Do not recharge the battery with chargers other
those specified.
the problem of only providing power for a short time
after being charged. To prevent this problem,
• Dispose of used battery promptly.
discharge and recharge them several times using
• Do not drop the battery or otherwise subject it to
strong impacts.
the camera’s “Discharging rechargeable batteries”
function.
• Do not expose the battery to water.
Deactivation and memory are specific to Ni-MH
• Always keep the battery terminals clean.
batteries and are not in fact battery faults.
• Do not store batteries in hot places. Also, if you use
the battery for a long period, the camera body and
See OWNER’S MANUAL for the procedure for
the battery itself will become warm. This is normal.
“Discharging rechargeable batteries”.
Use the AC power adapter if you are taking pictures
Do not use the “Discharging
or viewing images for a long period of time.
CAUTION
rechargeable batteries” function when
alkaline batteries being used.
2 Camera uses AA-size alkaline or Ni-MH
• To charge Ni-MH batteries, use the quick battery
(nickelmetal hydride) rechargeable batteries
charger (sold separately). Refer to the instructions
■ Applicable Batteries
supplied with the charger to make sure that the
• In the camera, use AA-size alkaline or Ni-MH
charger is used correctly.
(nickelmetal hydride) rechargeable batteries.
• Do not use the battery charger to charge other
Do not use AA-size manganese, nickel-cadmium
batteries.
(Ni-Cd) or lithium batteries in your camera because • Note that the batteries feel warm after being
the heat created by the batteries could damage the
charged.
camera or cause it not to work.
• Due to the way the camera is constructed, a small
• The life of alkaline batteries varies between brands.
amount of current is used even when the camera is
The life of batteries you purchase may be shorter
turned off. Note in particular that leaving Ni-MH
than those provided with the camera.
batteries in the camera for a long period will
overdischarge the batteries and may render them
■ Cautions for Using Battey
unusable even after recharging.
• Do not heat the batteries or throw them into a fire.
• Ni-MH batteries will self-discharge even when not
• Do not carry or store batteries with metal objects
used, and the time for which they can be used may
such as necklaces or hairpins.
be shortened as a result.
• Do not expose the batteries to water, and keep
• Ni-MH batteries will deteriorate rapidly if
batteries from getting wet or stored in moist
overdischarged (e.g. by discharging the batteries in
locations.
a flashlight). Use the “Discharging rechargeable
• Do not attempt to take apart or change the
batteries” function provided in the camera to
batteries, including battery casings.
discharge the batteries.
• Do not subject the batteries to strong impacts.
• Ni-MH batteries have a limited service life. If a
• Do not use batteries that are leaking, deformed,
battery can only be used for a short time even after
discolored.
repeated discharge-charge cycles, it may have
• Do not store batteries in warm or humid places.
reached the end of its service life.
• Keep the batteries out of reach of babies and small
children.
■ Disposing of Batteries
• Make sure that the battery polarity (+ and ,) is
• When disposing of batteries, do so in accordance
correct.
with your local waste disposal regulations.
• Do not use new with used batteries. Do not use
3 Notes on both models ( 1 , 2 )
charged and discharged batteries together.
• Do not use different types or brands of batteries at
■ AC Power Adapter
the same time.
Always use the AC Power Adapter (sold separately)
• If you do not intend to use the camera for a long
with the camera. The use of an AC Power adapter
period of time, remove the batteries from the
other than FUJIFILM AC Power Adapter (sold
camera. Note if the camera is left with the batteries
separately) can be damaged to your digital camera.
removed, the time and date settings are cleared.
For details on the AC power adapter, refer to the
• The batteries feel warm right after being used.
OWNER’S MANUAL of your camera.
Before removing the batteries, turn the camera off
• Use the AC power adapter for indoor use only.
and wait for the batteries to cool down.
• Plug the connection cord plug securely into the DC
• Since batteries do not work well in cold weather or
input terminal.
locations, warm the batteries by placing them inside
• Turn off the FUJIFILM Digital camera before
your garments before use. Batteries do not work
disconnecting the cord from the DC input terminal.
well when cold. They will work again when the
To disconnect, pull out the plug gently. Do not pull
temperature returns to normal.
on the cord.
• Soil (such as fingerprints) on the battery terminals
•
Do not use the AC power adapter with any device
makes the batteries charge less reducing the
other than your camera.
number of images. Carefully wipe the battery
• During use, the AC power adapter will become hot
terminals with a soft dry cloth before loading.
to the touch. This is normal.
If any liquid at all leaks from the batteries, wipe • Do not take apart the AC power adapter. Doing so
the battery compartment thoroughly and then
could be dangerous.
load new batteries.
• Do not use the AC power adapter in a hot and
humid place.
If any battery fluid comes into contact with your
• Do not subject the AC power adapter to strong
hands or clothing, flush the area thoroughly
shocks.
with water. Note that battery fluid can cause
• The AC power adapter may emit a humming. This is
loss of eyesight if it gets into your eyes. If this
normal.
occurs, do not rub your eyes. Flush the fluid
• If used near a radio, the AC power adapter may
out with clean water and contact your
cause static. If this happens, move the camera
physician for treatment.
away from the radio.
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