Pentax IQZoom 200 35mm Point and Shoot Camera

Pentax IQZoom 200 35mm Point and Shoot Camera
 OPERATING MANUAL
PENTAX
IQZoon 200
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OUTLINE OF BASIC OPERATIONS
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Open the back cover
(see page 12).
Frame your subject and
operate the zoom lever
to compose the shot
(see page 11).
Load the film and close
the back cover (see
page 13).
Focus on your subject
(see page 20).
AUTO ILLUMINATION
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The film will automati-
cally advance to the
first frame (see page
14).
Switch on power by the
main switch/ mode dial
(see page 8).
Depress the shutter re-
lease button. In dark
conditions, the flash
will discharge auto-
matically (see page 23),
When the film is fin-
ished, the camera will
automatically rewind it
(see page 24).
Congratulations on your purchase of the
PENTAX IQ Zoom 200 and welcome to the
world of Pentax zoom compact photography!
Your compact, light weight camera is a great
companion to preserve your favorite memories.
e Please read this manual carefully before operat-
ing the camera to take consistently superior pic-
tures.
e Pay special attention to the cautions and notes
in this Operating Manual. Pictures and illustra-
tions shown herein may differ from the cam-
era's actual appearance.
Illustrations in this operating manual are the
DATE MODEL. '
Icon indications used in this manual
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The name of the camera’s working parts are listed
on the front and back flaps of this manual. Keep
the flaps unfolded for quick reference while read-
ing the manual.
NAMES OF WORKING PARTS |
O Strap lug (p.7)
O Shutter release button (p.10)
© Drive button (p.27)
O AF mode button (p.27)
O LCD panel (p.55)
O Red-eye reduction flash button
(p.26)
O Main switch/ mode dial
(p.26)
O Slide-out flash
O Self-timer lamp (p.31)
® Light sensor window
® Lens
® Viewfinder window
® Autofocus window
Focus aid illuminator window
(p.19)
@ Remote control receiver (p.35)
FOR SAFE USE OF YOUR CAMERA
Although we have carefully designed this camera for safe operation, please be sure to follow precautions
given in this page.
/N WARNING This mark indicates precautions that if not followed, could result in se-
rious injury to the operator.
À caution This mark indicates precautions that, if not followed, could result in
minor or medium injury to the operator or damage to the equipment.
ÁN WARNING ÁN CAUTION
e The electric circuits inside the camera contain e Do not use the flash near anyone's eyes, as it may
high voltage working parts. Never attempt to hurt them. Be particularly careful with the flash
disassemble the camera yourself. around infants.
e Never touch internal parts of the camera if e Never fry to disassemble, short or recharge the
they become exposed from dropping the cam- battery. Also, do not dispose of the battery in
era or for some other reason, as there is danger fire, as it may explode.
of electric shock. e Remove the battery from the camera immedi-
e Wrapping the strap around your neck is dan- ately if it becomes hot or begin to smoke. Be
gerous. Make sure that small children do not careful not to burn yourself during removal.
get the strap caught around their neck.
e Be sure to store battery out of the reach of
children. Seek medical assistance immediately
if accidentally swallowed.
PRECAUTIONS FOR YOUR CAMERA
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recautions when taking pictures
Do not use the camera where it may come in
contact with rain, water or any other liquid, be-
cause the camera is not weather, water, or lig-
uid resistant. Should the camera get wet from
rain, splashing water, or any other liquid, wipe
it off immediately with a dry soft cloth.
Do not drop the camera or allow it to hit a solid
object. If the camera suffers a severe shock or
impact, take it to a Pentax service center for in-
spection.
Be careful not to subject the camera to strong
vibrations, shock or pressure. Use a cushion to
protect the camera when carrying it in a motor-
cycle, car, boat, etc.
Condensation on the interior or the exterior of
the camera may be extremely harmful to the
camera mechanism as it may cause rust.
Furthermore, if the camera is taken from warm
temperature to a subfreezing one or vice versa,
the formation of icelets may cause damage. In
such a case, put the camera into a case or plastic
bag so that any changes in temperature differ-
ence is minimized. Do not remove it from the
bag until temperature has stabilized.
Precautions for storage
* Avoid leaving the camera for extended periods
in places where temperature and humidity are
high such as in a car.
* Do not store the camera in a closet with moth
balls or in a case where chemicals are handled.
Store it in a place with good air circulation to
prevent fungus growth.
Precautions for proper care
* Use a blower and lens brush to remove dust ac-
cumulated on the lens or the viewfinder win-
dow.
* Never use solvents such as paint thinner, alco-
hol or benzene to clean the camera. To clean the
external camera surfaces, - but not glass sur-
faces; using a dry or silicone-treated cloth IS rec-
ommended.
Other precautions
The temperature range at which this camera
functions properly is 50°C to- 10°C (122° F to
14°F).
To maintain optimum performance, it is recom-
mended that the camera be inspected every one
or two years. If the camera has not been used
for an extended period, or is being prepared for
an important photographic session, it is recom-
mended that you have the camera inspected or
test shoot with it.
The PENTAX warranty provided only for the
repair of defects in materials or workmanship.
Damage of any kind cannot be repaired at no
charge under the term of the warranty. If the
difficulty is caused as a direct result of the prod-
uct being used in conditions as out lined in the
other operation contrary to the instructions out-
lined in this manual, charges will be assessed or
a repair quotation will be provided.
CD (Liquid-crystal display)
When the LCD is exposed to high temperatures
over about 60 °C, it may blacken, but when the
temperature normalizes, it will return to nor-
mal.
The LCD may also slow down in response to
lower temperatures, but this is a normal charac-
teristic of an LCD.
* PRECAUTIONS FOR BATTERY
Misuse of a battery can cause hazards such as
leakage, overheating, explosions, etc. The bat-
tery should be inserted with the “+7 and “—”
sides facing correctly.
Never try to disassemble, short or recharge the
battery. Also do not dispose of the battery ina
fire, as it may exploded.
Battery performance may be temporarily hin-
dered in low temperatures, but will recover in
normal temperatures.
Keep a spare battery on hand for replacement
convenience when shooting outdoors or while
traveling.
When the camera is in a bag, make sure the
main switch/mode dial is set at the OFF posi-
tion. Otherwise, battery power may be wasted if
the shutter release button is accidentally
pushed.
PRACTICAL SHOOTING GUIDE
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Taking a picture of people with night scenery in the background. “eee p.30
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Imprinting date on a picture.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
* Names of working parts <<<... Flaps
® Introduction —------=->-.......... Front fold out
* Outline of basic operations --------- Inside cover
* For safe use of your camera —---:---=:-......... ]
* Precautions for your camera --<--<.--........ 2
* Precautions for battery:----..<--.<..............…. 3
* Practical shooting guide +... 4
e Table of CONtEents +++... 6
PREPARATIONS BEFORE TAKING
PHOTOGRAPHS
1. Strap attachment <<<... rar nena. 7
2. Turning on the power -----=------====. 0... 8
3. Battery check e nenartecodro rare neararedrenerarroaoroeoa 9
4. How to hold the camera -------===--............ 10
5. Operating the 48-200mm zoom lens --------- 11
TAKING PHOTOGRAPHS
1. Film loading «+++ er KE RK EG 12
2. Diopter adjustment <<<." 15
3. Automatic LCD illuminator еее. 15
4. Viewfinder displays ><"... о 16
5. Lamp indications <<... 19
6. Ordinary photography <<<"... 20
7. Unloading film сене. 24
TAKING BETTER PHOTOGRAPHS
How to select modes
Red-eye reduction flash mode -------------....... 26
Daylight-sync shooting жеооооетвиасеонон ваша вона зонах 28
Taking a picture at a slow shutter speed--------- 29
Slow-speed sync photography -----------.......... 29
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Bulb-sync shooting theme miter eaters irene. 30
Self-timer photography sororecdarorrreatroocar enana, 31
Using wireless remote control (option) --------- 33
Multi-exposure shooting «+... 36
Infinity-landscape shooting +... 37
Spot AF shooting PA ecerecicanaronanoao 38
Focus lock shooting Pesmoierorartorrererosanoreocnmarna, 39
Taking Panorama format picture -----------.-..... 4]
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MAINTENANCE CONSIDERATIONS
Battery exhaustion Warning ‘<<... 46
Installing/Replacing the battery ----------........ 47
Troubleshooting *enverecarodarecarorr o acocarrrameooaoo 48
Flash effective range with films other than ISO
100,200, or 400
Specifications edocorvanosrrevarosinvocasrarorare dara amo 50
Warranty policy TEA EN tsetse trea ranean 52
LCD panel TTT ae Neen aac tran r aan. 55
— BEFORE TAKING ..
| 7 STRAP ATTACHMENT
© PREPARATIONS |
— PHOTOGRAPHS
For optimum perform-: -
- ance you should familiar-.
ize yourself with certain -
“ - fundamentals before tak-
“ing ‘any photographs. |
Fit the strap on the camera using the following procedures.
1 Pass the strap through the hoops and the clamp as shown in il-
lustration 1.
2 Pass the * marked strap end through the camera's strap lug as
shown in illustration 2.
3 Pass the * marked strap end through the
hoops and the clamp as shown in illustration
* Use the illustrated part of the strap for open-
ing the battery chamber cover, adjusting the
data on the Date model, or pushing the mid-
roll rewind button to rewind a roll of film be-
fore exposing all the frames.
y TURNING ON THE POWER
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When the main switch/mode dial is set to a po-
sition other than OFF position, the power turns
ON.
* When the camera is not in use, ensure that
the main switch /mode dial is set to the
(OFF) position.
* If the camera is ON and left unused for over
3 minutes, the lens automatically retracts.
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When the power turns ON, the lens extends
slightly for opening the lens cover and the flash
slides out.
e When the power turns OFF, the lens and
flash retract.
e When the flash is pushed into the camera
manually, the shutter cannot be released even
if the power is ON.
* The lens cover automatically opens and
closes when the main switch/mode dial is set
to the ON and OFF positon. Never attempt
to open the lens cover manually.
«” BATTERY CHECK
Battery check
After you set the main switch/mode dial to the
position other than OFF, the lens slightly ex-
tends and the lens cover opens. You are now
ready to shoot.
e See page 46 when the battery exhaustion
symbol ( ' ) appears on the LCD panel.
e Battery performance may be temporarily
hindered in low temperature, but will recover
in normal temperatures.
&7 HOW TO HOLD THE CAMERA
Keep the camera as still as possible and steady Notes:
it against your face. Depress the shutter release * Do not hold the zoom lens because it moves
button gently. (If too much force is applied, the back and forth while in operation.
camera is likely to shake, and the picture will * Make sure not to obstruct the autofocus win-
be blurred.) If possible, brace your elbows dow, lens, light sensor window or the slide-
against a stable, stationary object such as a out flash with your fingers, hair or other
wall. object.
* When using the flash with the camera posi-
tioned vertically, hold the camera so that the
flash is above the lens.
OPERATING 48-200mm ZOOM LENS
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When you move the zoom lever to the right (4), the
lens moves towards the 200mm telephoto setting and
frames the subject more closely. When you move the
zoom lever to the left (440), the lens moves towards the
48mm setting. When the lens zooms to the desired set-
ting, release the zoom lever and depress the shutter re-
lease button fully to take pictures.
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TAKING PHOTOGRAPHS
After reading this instruction manual you
should be familiar with the functions available
on the camera, and you're ready to insert the
film.
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1 Slide the back cover release lever down in the
direction of the arrow to open the back as illus-
trated.
2 Place the film cartridge in the film chamber by
fitting its flat side on the top of the rewind shaft
first and then slide the top end of the film car-
tridge into the camera.
3 Pull the film leader out far enough from the car-
tridge to reach the take-up spool. Align the tip of
the film with the film leader end mark @.
4 After the back cover is closed, the film auto-
matically advances to the first frame.
Notes:
e If there is dirt on the film detector 6, film can-
not be wound properly.
e Ensure the film is taut as illustrated on the illus-
tration. Take up any slack in the film by push-
ing it back into the cartridge.
e If the end of the film leader is extremely bent,
straighten it or cut off the bent portion.
X Slack No!
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AUTC ILLUMINATION
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When (| ) appears in the exposure counter on
the LCD panel, the film automatically stops
winding. The indication appears as shown above.
If CE) blinks on the LCD panel, it means the
film is not properly loaded. Reload the film.
The exposure counter indication will remain on
even If the main switch is turned off.
Automatic film speed setting
This camera is designed to use DX-coded films
With ISO rating
from 25 to 3200. When any of
these films are loaded, the proper film speed is
automatically set for the camera.
Notes:
Non-DX coded film cannot be used. If non-DX
coded film is used, the camera automatically
sets the film speed to ISO 25.
A film with ISO400 film speed is recommended
to get less image blur and to cover more photo-
graphic situations.
Use high-speed films with ISO 800 or higher
mainly for shooting indoors or in dimly-lit con-
ditions.
Close distance compensation frame
When the distance to the subject becomes closer,
the picture area is automatically changed and
compensated. Compose the scene within this
frame.
Standard format
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Autofocus frame
The autofocus frame varies in three steps according to the focal length you have set. Focus the subject
within the autofocus frame. The autofocus frame becomes wider when the lens is zoomed toward the tele-
photo 200mm side.
Five-point AF 48mm Spot AF
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200mm
E, LAMP INDICATIONS
When you depress the shutter release button half-
way down, the lamp (O), ( $) and/or (MA) lights
up or blinks as shown above.
(O) Green lamp (Focus status) :
When the subject is in focus, it will light up to in-
dicate that you can take the picture; when the sub-
ject is not in focus, it will blink, indicating that
you cannot take the picture because the camera-
to-subject distance is too close or is a hard-to-
autofocus subject. See page 40.
¢ The autofocus frame also blinks when the sub-
ject is difficult to autofocus.
( 4) Red lamp (Flash status) :
When the flash is ready to discharge, it will light
up. When the flash is being charged, it will blink.
( A) Infinity-landscape lamp:
When the Infinity-Landscape Mode is set, it will
light up.
Shooting range for standard and panorama format
pictures
200mm 1.2m(3.9ft) to infinity
48mm 0.8m (2.6ft) to infinity
Focus aid illuminator
In low light situations and/or hard-to-autofocus
subjects, the red light is automatically projected to
assist the autofocus system when the shutter re-
lease button is depressed halfway down.
a” ORDINARY PHOTOGRAPHY
AUTO ILLUMINATION
1 Set the main switch / mode mode dial to the
CO) position.
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2 After zooming the lens and composing your
scene, focus on the subject with autofocus frame.
&7 DIOPTER ADJUSTMENT „” AUTOMATIC LCD ILLUMINATOR |
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MODE (—SELECT
Turn ON the power. Aim the camera toward a In low light situations, the illuminator of the LCD
bright subject. While looking through the view- panel lights up when any one of the button O, O,
finder, rotate the diopter adjustment dial to the or ® is depressed or the main switch/mode dial is
right or left until the AF frame appears in the turned.
sharpest focus.
e If you wish to use the LCD panel illuminator
e Be sure to adjust the diopter before use. any other time, depress any of these buttons for
longer than 2 seconds.
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«7 VIEWFINDER DISPLAYS
Standard format Turn the power ON. The autofocus frame and the picture
TO) area in the viewfinder automatically vary in accordance
e with the distance of the subject and focal length of the
zoom lens you have set. See page 17 and 18.
Standard format
O Autofocus frame
u o o ] Focus on the subject with this frame
O Picture area
When taking a normal picture, compose the scene within
this frame.
| Panorama format
© Autofocus frame
Focus on the subject with this frame.
@ Picture area
When taking panorama pictures, compose the scene
within this frame.
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* Regular size color prints may cut off what appear on
the extreme edge of the film frame.Compose your pic-
ture with a margin of safety at the edge.
e This camera uses the five-point AF system to
focus on the subject. Even if the subject is
slightly off the center of the AF frame, the sub-
ject will easily be brought into focus.
e To focus on a particular spot in the AF frame,
select the Spot AF Mode. See page 38.
e If the autofocus window is dirty, the autofocus
may not function properly.
e If you wish to focus on another subject, lift your
finger from the shutter release button and de-
press the shutter button halfway down again.
3 Checking the lamp indication
Depress the shutter release button halfway
down. When the subject is infocus, the green
lamp will light up.
* The green lamp blinks when the camera is not
able to obtain proper focus for one of the fol-
lowing reasons.
OThe subject is too close. Extend the camera-to-
subject-distance until the green lamp is lit con-
tinuously.
@ The subject is difficult to autofocus. See page
40.
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4 Shooting
Depress the shutter release button fully, and the
shutter will be released. The film automatically
advances to the next frame.
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Notes:
®* When the shutter is released, the self-timer
lamp momentarily lights up to indicate that a
picture has been taken.
® The shutter cannot be released while the lens is
zooming.
Automatic Flash Emission
The flash will automatically discharge in low light
or in a backlit situation. When the shutter release
button is depressed halfway down in low light, the
red lamp will light up, indicating the flash is ready
to discharge. If the red lamp blinks, this indicates
that the flash is being charged and the shutter can-
not be released. Therefore, make sure that the red
lamp glows continuously before taking pictures.
Red-eye
Shooting portraits with the flash may result in
“red-eye”, an effect where the subjects eyes appear
red in the print. This camera includes a red-eye re-
duction flash function, which reduces the red-eye
phenomenon by using pre-flash. See page 26 and
27 for details.
Flash effective ranges (Color negative film used)
Lens 1501 100 200 400
0.8~4.2m | 0.8—5.9m | 0.8—8.4m
agmm (488) | 56 4451) | (2.6-195t) | (2.6-28F1)
12~23m | 1.2~3.3m | 1.2~4.6m
200mm ($) (3.9-7.5ft) | (3.9-11ft) | (3.9-15ft)
See page 49 when any other ISO films are loaded.
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&7 unio anne FILM (Remove the film from the camera in the shade or by using your body to shade the camera)
1 Rewinding the film
After you have exposed the last frame of the roll,
the lens retracts and the film rewinds automati-
cally. Then, the motor stops, and ( J) blinks as
shown to indicate that the film has been rewound.
* A 24-exposure roll of film takes about 25 sec-
onds to be rewound.
* During rewinding, the exposure counter counts
frame numbers in reverse.
* The entire roll of film including the film leader
1s always rewound into the cartridge to prevent
any part of the film being exposed to light.
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2 Unloading the film
To unload the film, open the back cover, and re-
move the cartridge from the chamber by pulling
the top of the film cartridge out with your finer.
Notes:
® The shutter may be released a frame or two
even after the specified number of frames have
been used up as indicated by the number of
shots shown on the film cartridge. If this oc-
curs, these extra frames may be lost in the proc-
essing.
* Never open the back cover until the whole film
roll is rewound.
Rewinding a film in mid-roll
If you wish to unload a film before exposing all
the frames, push the mid-roll rewind button with
the protrusion part of the strap clamp; the lens re-
tracts and then film rewinding starts. When re-
wind is completed, the motor stops, and ( 0 )
blinks, indicating that the back cover may be
opened safely.
¢ Do not depress the button with an object having
a sharp tip.
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TAKING BETTER
PHOTOGRAPHS
To set various flash modes, turn the main switch mode dial.
Auto Daylight- Slow-Shutter Slow-Speed- Bulb Bulb-sync
Sync Speed Sync (Flash-OFF) — ¿(Flash-ON)
(Flash-OFF) (Flash-ON)
* For normal use, set the main switch ‘mode dial Red-Eye Reduction Flash Function
to the ( Y) position. To reduce the red-eye phenomenon in the picture,
depress the red-eye reduction flash button ( $).
With this mode, the flash discharges two consecu-
tive times, reducing the appearance of the red-eye
effect. To cancel this mode, depress the red-eye re-
duction button again.
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To set various shooting modes, depress the drive button (O).
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Single-Frame Self-Timer Remote control Multi-Exposure
shooting shooting shooting shooting
e For normal use, use the Single-Frame Shooting Mode.
e In any exposure and/or shooting mode, if the button (©) is depressed after the shutter is released, the
normal shooting mode is returned automatically.
To set various focusing modes, depress the AF mode button (AF).
y | Red-eye phenomenon in flash photography
N A When a picture is taken using a flash, a subject's
—>| WM |—>| SPOT AF eyes may appear red in the print. This phenomenon
is caused by the reflection of the electronic flash in
the retina. It can be reduced when the surrounding
Five-point Infinity Spot AF of the subjects are brightened, or shooting distance
AF Mode Landscape Mode is shortened or by employing the red-eye reduction
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flash feature.
e For normal use, use the Five-point AF Mode.
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DAYLIGHT-SYNC SHOOTING
Set the main
switch / mode
dial at the
($ ) positionl.
appears
on the LCD
panel.
In this mode, the flash will discharge in both dark
and bright conditions. When a portrait is taken
with the subject in a backlight situation, the front
of the subject may be cast in shadow. In such a
case, use the Daylight-Sync Shooting Mode
(Flash-ON mode) within the flash-effective range
to take pictures. This will ensure that a picture is
well exposed without any shadow. When you wish
to discharge the flash, use this mode. In this
mode, the flash will always discharge.
Notes:
* Make sure that the red lamp in the viewfinder
is lit when the shutter release button is de-
pressed halfway down before shooting. The red
lamp blinking indicates that the flash is being
charged.
” Make sure you're within the flash effective
range even when you use the built- in flash as a
fill-in flash in daylight. See page 23.
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With Daylight-Sync
"TAKING PICTURES AT A SLOW SHUTTER SPEED |
"e AUTO ILLUMINATION Slow Shutter
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ON OFF)
Set the main
000 / switch / mode
dial to the
(& ) position.
( $) appears on the LCD panel.
In this mode, the flash does not discharge, and a
picture is taken at a slow shutter speed up to
approx 2 seconds. Use it in places where flash pho-
tography is prohibited, such as in theaters and
museums. Furthermore, this mode is also useful
for a natural existing light effect in low ambient
photography.
Slow-Speed-
Sync Shooting
a. ; (Flash-On)
EJE —| Set the main
) 600 À switch / mode
dial to the
With Slow-Speed-Synchro
(KA) position.
( $ ) appear on the LCD panel.
In this mode, it is possible to photograph subjects
and background in a balanced way (as shown in
the photo) by using the flash to properly expose
the foreground subject and a slow-speed to expose
the low light background.
Notes:
e When shooting in low light, the shutter speed
gets slower, and camera shake is likely to blur
your picture. Use of a tripod is recommended.
e Make sure you are within the flash effective
range even when you use the flash as a fill-in
flash in daylight. See page 23.
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BULB, BULB-SYNC SHOOTING
Bulb Mode
(B)
This mode is
useful for long
exposures re-
quired for
shooting fire-
works and night scenes, for example. When using
this mode, the camera should be mounted on a tri-
pod so that the camera will be steady.
Set the main switch/mode dial to the ( B ) posi-
tion. (Y) appears on the LCD panel.
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Bulb-Synch
Моде (В $)
This lets you
use the flash
in addition to
the Bulb
Mode, so you
can take a portrait photograph with a night scene
in the background, for example.
Set the main switch/mode dial to the ( B $) posi-
tion. ( $ ) appears on the LCD panel and the Bulb-
Sync Mode is set.
* Make sure youre within the flash effective
range even when the Bulb-Sync Mode in use.
See page 23.
Bulb mode, approx. 3-sec. (ISO 400)
The shutter remains open as long as the shutter re-
lease button held down.
e Use of a tripod is recommended.
SELF-TIMER PHOTOGRAPHY
Self-Timer
Use the self-timer if you wish to get in the picture.
Use of a tripod is recommended.
1 Depress the drive button until (©) appears on
the LCD panel.
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2 Assure that the subject is within the AF frame in
the viewfinder. Depress the shutter release but-
ton fully.
The shutter will be released in about 10 seconds.
When the Self-Timer is working, the Self-Timer
symbol ( &)) blinks on the LCD panel, and the
Self-Timer lamp lights up. The lamp starts blink-
ing 3 seconds before the shutter is released, letting
you know when to smile.
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Notes on the self-timer shooting
* If you are standing directly in front of the cam-
era when starting the Self-Timer, the camera
will be focused in you, not the main subjects. Be
sure that you are behind, or next to the camera
when starting the Self-Timer.
To cancel the self-timer at any time after it's
been activated, push the drive button or turn
the main switch / mode dial.
* When you want to use the flash with the self-
timer, ensure that the red lamp is lit indicating
the flash has been charged before operating the
self-timer.
USING WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL (OPTION)
If you have purchased the optional wireless remote
control, read this section.
The wireless remote control allows you to trip the
shutter at a distance. The shutter will be released
3 seconds after the shutter release button on the
Remote Control is pressed.
Use a tripod when shooting with the wireless re-
mote control.
When the remote control is used to take pic-
tures, the Single-Frame Mode can be used in
combination with any of the exposure modes.
The Self-Timer shooting mode cannot be used
in this case. |
Use the remote control to take pictures in the
Bulb Mode to avoid camera shake. While the
remote control’s shutter release button is held
down, the shutter remains open up to a max. of
5 minutes.
Name of parts
Shutter release button
Remote control transmitter
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Remote Control Shooting Mode 2
1 Depress the camera's drive button each time
until ( 8 } symbol appears on the LCD panel.
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When the Remote Control Shooting Mode is set
on the camera, the self-timer lamp on the front
of the camera blinks slowly, indicating that you
can take pictures with the aid of a remote con-
trol.
If the shutter is released by the camera's release
button, the picture will be taken in the ordinary
shooting mode.
When the camera is set in the Remote Control
Shooting Mode and left unused for 5 minutes,
the lens automatically retracts and the Stngle-
Frame Shooting Mode will be set.
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3 Compose the scene and frame the subject with
the ÀF frame.
Aim the remote control transmitter towards the
remote control receiver on the camera, and then
depress the remote control’s shutter release but-
ton fuily to release the shutter.
The self-timer lamp blinks rapidly for 3 seconds
and then the shutter is released.
e Focus cannot be locked when the remote con-
trol is in use. The subject framed in the AF
frame will be in focus when the remote con-
trol's shutter release button is depressed.
Operating Distance of the Wireless Remote
Control from the camera’s front: within approx.
5m(16.0ft) straight in front of the camera
e The remote control may not work in a backlight
situation. In this case, use the camera’s shutter
release button in the Self-Timer Mode to take
pictures.
e The remote control does not work while the
flash is being charged.
Battery life on the Remote Control
About 30,000 commands can be issued using the
Remote Control. If the battery is exhausted,
please have it replaced at your local Pentax
Service center (there is a charge for this service).
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MULTI-EXPOSURE SHOOTING
Procedure
1 Depress the drive button until the symbol ( 4)
appears on the LCD panel.
2 Depress the shutter release button to shoot an
initial exposure. The film will not advance, the
frame counter indication and ( @) blink on the
LCD panel to indicate that you are in the Multi-
Exposure Mode.
3 Recompose the frame, and depress the shutter
release button to shoot the second Shot, the film
will advance and the Single Frame shooting will
be restored.
Notes:
* To exposure two or more, depress the drive but-
Multi-Exposure Mode will disengage the film ad- ton until the ( A) remains lit after the step 2
vance, letting you superimpose images on a single above, and then depress the shutter release but-
frame for fantastic illusions. Your tmagination ton.
can produce striking creative effects. * The date will be exposed in step 3 above on the
DATE model.
INFINITY-LANDSCAPE SHOOTING
AUTO ILLUMINATION
18 000
When you wish to take a sharp picture of a distant
landscape or a distant subject through a window,
the Infinity-Landscape Mode allows you to cap-
ture distant scenery with clarity.
Depress the AF mode button and (ah) appears on
the LCD panel.
e (4) will light up in the viewfinder when the
shutter release button is depressed halfway
down.
e (O) will not light up in the viewfinder when
the shutter release button is depressed halfway
down. |
After the picture is taken by fully depressing
the shutter release button, this mode is can-
celed.
In this mode, the flash will not discharge when
the main switch/mode dial is set at the ( Y )
position even in dark light situations.
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SPOT AF SHOOTING
Select the Spot AF Mode to focus on a particular
spot in the frame.
1 Switch the Spot AF Mode
Depress the AF mode button until (SPOT AF) ap-
pears on the LCD panel.
2 Focus on the subject
Focus on the subject with the Spot AF frame in
the center of the viewfinder.
* When the main subject is off the Spot AF
frame, use the focus-lock technique. See page
39.
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FOCUS-LOCK SHOOTING
If you shoot without positioning the autofocus
frame (€ >) on the main subject as shown above,
only the background will be in focus. When the
main subject is off the autofocus frame in the cen-
ter of the viewfinder, use the focus-lock technique.
(Focus-lock is the function to lock focus.)
1 (05 on the subject with the autofocus frame
¢ 2),
2 When the shutter release button is depresses
halfway down, the green lamp in the viewfinder
lights up and the exposure and focus are tempo-
rarily locked.
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3 While depressing the shutter release button half-
way, re-aim the camera or recompose the pic-
ture, then release the shutter.
Note:
* You can release focus lock simply by lifting
your finger from the shutter release button.
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HARD-TO-AUTOFOCUS-SUBJECTS
The autofocus system is highly precise, but not
perfect. Some subjects may not focus as you wish.
In this case, use the focus-lock technique on an-
other subject near the actual one and equidistant
from the lens. Subjects which may fool the
autofocus system include:
a) Extremely low-contrast subjects such as a white
wall or blue sky in the autofocus frame.
b) Subjects which don't reflect much light in the
autofocus frame.
e) Subjects with horizontal lines or with finely
complex or deatiled patterns in the autofocus
frame.
d)Subjects which are moving too fast.
e) Multiple subjects in foreground of the
autofocus frame.
f) Subjects positioned against reflected light or
strong backlight or with extremely bright back-
ground.
TAKING PANORAMA FORMAT PICTURE
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You can switch between the panorama format and
standard format picture taking mode in the mid-
dle of the roll by moving the panorama lever. The
panorama format picture allows horizontally posi-
tioned dynamic pictures to be taken (13x36mm on
film).
1 Switching to the panorama format
Move the panorama lever to (Il) to select the
panorama format mode.
e When the picture frame is switched to pano-
rama, the viewfinder switches to the horizontal
panorama format frame.
2 (=X) appears on the LCD panel.
3 Taking a panorama format picture
Compose the scene within the panorama format
frame, and then fully depress the shutter release
button to take a panorama format picture.
When taking panorama format pictures in the
close distance , the picture area in the view-
finder is automatically changed and compen-
sated. Make sure to compose the scene within
the compensated panorama format frame.
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The mark “ — ” indicates the position where the
data and time are imprinted.
The DATA MODEL allows you to record DATE
information in the panorama mode in a similar
manner to the standard picture taking mode. See
“DATE MODEL” on page 44 for details. The dat-
ing unit automatically switches the DATE posi-
tion between the standard and panorama
according to the format mode selected.
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NOTES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF PANORAMA FORMAT PICTURES
With panorama format pictures, only the middle area of the frame is exposed. The number of exposures
available in the panorama format is equivalent to that of the standard photo size.
When developing the film, if you have taken only panorama format pictures on the entire roll of film,
tell the clerk at the processing lab to develop the film with only the panorama format. If there are both
panorama and standard format photographs on the film, ask the clerk to develop the film with both
standard and panorama format.
The development of panorama format pictures is a more time-consuming and expensive process than
that of standard pictures. Please consult the processing lab for more details.
Panorama format processing facilities differ depending on the area and requirements. Your local film
processor of camera dealers will advise you on all the options to you.
When the panorama format picture is printed with a standard size format, the black cropped areas will
appear on the top and bottom of the picture.
43
DATE MODEL
If you purchased the DATE model, read this sec-
tion.
The DATE model records dates up to the year
2019 on pictures.
44
x The date in the picture above is simulated,
Switching the Mode
Press the MODE button with your |
finger, the mode on the LCD panel
switches as shown in the chart.
Notes: '
* The data on the LCD panel will
be imprinted on the film. |
o “-.—” indicates no data will be
imprinted.
* “M” on the LCD panel indicates |
“Month”.
Correcting the date
Use the strap clamp’s protrusion to depress the
SELECT and ADJUST buttons.
1. Depress the SELECT button to select the cate-
gory of digits on the LCD panel you want to
change blink.
2. Depress the ADJUST button to change digits of
the specified category you chose with the
SELECT button. Digits increase by one each
time you depress the ADJUST button. Holding
down the button will advance digits continu-
ously.
3. After the data has been adjusted, depress the
SELECT button. The bar mark (—) appears on
the LCD panel, indicating that data imprinting
choices are possible.
e The blinking “:” allows precise fine-tuning of
the internal clock to the beginning of a specified
minute. To do so, depress the mode button until
“Day-Hour-Minute” digits appear and then de-
press the SELECT button to make the “:” blink.
Then depress the adjust button in sync with a
time signal.
e If you release the shutter while the blinking
data is being corrected, the data cannot be im-
printed.
Operational precautions
The data on the LCD panel is imprinted on
each frame you expose.
“Year-Month-Day” and “Day-Hour-Minute”
cannot be imprinted at the same time.
As you release the shutter, the bar(—) mark on
the display blinks for a few seconds, indicating
the data has been imprinted.
Move the panorama lever to the right or left to
switch the imprint mode between panorama
and standard.
The dating unit automatically switches the im-
print mode between the standard and panorama
according to the format mode selected.
If there is bright colored object in the corner of
the picture where the data is imprinted, the data
may be difficult to read. When composing your
photographs, try to avoid brightly-colored sub-
jects in that corner.
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CAR
When the battery is nearly exhausted, the battery
symbol ( 0 ) appears on the LCD panel to warn
you. Replace the battery as soon as possible. When
( 0 ) starts blinking, no operations can be per-
formed.
Battery life (using 24-exposure film rolls):
Approx. 10 rolls using flash 50% of the time
(using the CR123A battery and under Pentax test-
ing conditions). Actual battery life/performance
may vary drastically depending on usage of Power
Zoom, Flash and external conditions such as tem-
perature and freshness of the battery.
46
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otes on replacing the battery:
Ensure that the power is off before replacing
the battery.
The battery is used by both the camera body
and the data function on the DATE model to
keep constant track of time. After the battery is
replaced, correct the time and date. See page 45.
The no. of exposed frames are memorized and
unchanged even if the battery is replaced.
INSTALLING ~ REPLACING BATTERY
1 2 2
Ensure that the power is off before replacing the 3 Close the battery chamber cover. Ensure that
battery. the cover is locked with a click.
1 Open the battery chamber cover by pulling the e If the battery is correctly loaded, the zoom lens
cover lock in the direction of the arrow with the moves slightly and the motor operates for a few
strap clamp’s protrusion. seconds.
2 Insert one lithium battery with the plus/minus e On the DATE MODEL, the data is initialized
(+ /—) sides matching the indications in the when the battery chamber cover is opened. See
battery compartment. | page 45 for correcting the time and date.
Use one 3V lithium battery CR-123A, DL-
123A or the equivalent.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
What appears troublesome may be easily remedied. Here are some problems that may occur and their
remedies.
| Symptoms
Causes and Remedies
| 1. The shutter cannot be released.
Is the main switch turned off? If so, turn it on. See page 8.
Is the battery exhausted? Replace it or insert new battery if it is ex-
hausted. See page 47.
Is (0) blinking on the LCD panel? If so, the film has been used up. |
Insert a new roll. (See page 24.)
2. My printed pictures don’t look very |
clear.
|
[
Did you position the autofocus frame on your subject? See page 20.
Did you obstruct the autofocus window with your fingers, hair or
other object when you depress the shutter release button? See page 10.
Is the autofocus window dirty? Wipe it off. See page 21.
| 3. Zoom lens retracted automatically.
Did you leave the camera unused for over 3 minutes after the main
switch was turned on? See page 8.
When the camera is on and left unused for more than 5 minutes in the
Remote Control shooting mode, the lens automatically retracts. See |
page 34.
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Symptoms : Causes and Remedies
4. The Remote Control does not operate. | ¢ The operable distance of the Remote Control is approx. 5m from the
front. See page 35.
* The Remote Control may not operate in a backlit situation. See page
35.
The flash is being charged. Wait until it fully charges. See page 35.
Is the battery for the remote control exhausted? See page 35.
5. The flash discharges, though it is not | * The flash discharges automatically in a backlit situation. See page 23.
dark. e Daylight sync mode has been set. See page 28.
6. The (H) or (1) mark is displayed on | * If either mark disappears when the zoom lever is moved, the camera
the LCD panel. is ready for use. The camera may be defective if either mark appears
often.
Flash effective ranges other than ISO 100, 200 or 400 (Nega-color film used)
SOT | А an EE
486mm (444) 0.8-2.1m 0.8-3.0m 0.8-11.9m 0.9"-16.8m 1.3°-23.8m
mm (2.6-6.9ft) (2.6-9.8ft) (2.6-39ft) (3.0"-55ft) (4.3"-78ft)
1.2-1.6m 1.2-6.5m 1.2-9.2m 1.2-13.0m
200mm ( * ) * * (3.9-5.2ft) (3.9-21ft) (3.9-30ft) (3.9431)
* With high speed film, overexposure may occur at close range due to the film’s high sensitivity.
* * The proper exposure will not be obtained.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Type: 35mm fully automatic lens-shutter with built-in zoom lens and auto flash
Film: Auto film speed setting with 35mm perforated DX -coded film with ISO rating from 25-
3200 (1EV step). Non-DX coded films are automatically set to ISO25
Format: -— —" 24x36mm (Approx. 13x36 in panorama format)
Film loading: —- -—- -— Auto film loading. Closing the back cover will automatically wind the film to first expo-
sure.
Film winding: —— —- —— Auto film winding (single-frame)
Film rewinding: —— ——— Auto film rewinding at the end of roll. Auto stop upon completion of rewinding.
Rewinding time: approx. 25 sec. with 24-exposure film. Rewinding in mid-roll provided.
Frame number: -— ——: —— Automatic readout of successive frame numbers in ascending order when shooting, and de-
scending order when rewinding.
Lens: Pentax power zoom 48-200mm f/5.1-13.0 11 elements in 7 groups, Angle of view: 48.5%
- 12.5°
Focusing system: —— -— Pentax phase-matching passive five-point autofocus system. Autofocusing range: 1.2m
(3.9ft) - infinity at Tele 200mm, 0.80m (2.6ft) - infinity at 48mm. Maximum magnifica-
tion: approx. 0.175X. Focus lock is provided. Infinity-landscape mode (focus is fixed to in-
finity), Focus aid illuminator is automatically illuminated in low light/ or hard-to-
autofocus subject.
Zooming:— -— -—-—— Electronic zoom
Shutter: Programmed AE electronic shutter with speed approx.1/400 - 2 sec. Bulb: 1/2 sec.-1 min,
Electromagnetic release.
Self-timer: — ——-— — —— Electronic red lamp indication. Approx.10 sec. Cancellation after activation is possible,
Viewfinder: — — -—- — Actual image zoom viewfinder with LCD indication, 83% of field of view ratio,
Magnification: 0.44X (48mm) - 1.78X (200mm TELE), Diopter -3 to + 1D, AF frame
varies in accordance with focal length ( blinking when subject is too close and/or hard-to-
autofocus subject), Picture frame, Close distance compensation frame, Panorama format
picture area, Green lamp lighting (CO): in-focus signal Green lam blinking: When subject
is too close and/or hard-to-autofocus subject, Red lamp lighting $ ): Flash-ready status,
Red lamp blinking: Flash being charged, ( MO lighting: Infinity-Landscape shooting.
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Exposure control:
Multi-Exposure:
Programmed auto-exposure control with multi(6) -segment metering system. Range:
EV10.5 - EV18 at 48mm, EV14.5 - EV20 at 200mm TELE in Auto or Daylight-Sync mode
(1SO 400), EV5.0 - EV18 at 48mm, EV6.5 -EV20 at 200mm in Slow-Shutter-Speed mode
(ISO 400), - Automatic exposure compensation in a backlit situation.
Multiple exposure function provided.
Flash:
Flash effective range:
Flash recycling ше:
Power source:
Battery life:
Battery exhaustion warning:—
Size & Weight:
DATE MODEL
Date hani
Imprinting mode:
Slide-out flash with red-eye reduction mode, Automatic flash emission in low-luminance
or a backlit situation, Flash ON = Day-light Sync/Slow-Shutter-Speed Sync (up to 2 sec.),
Flash-OFF = Flash override, Bulb-Sync 1/2 sec. - 5min.
0.8(2.6ft)-8.4m (28ft) (48mm), 1.2(3.9ft)-4.6m(15ft) (200mmTELE) (ISO400 film used).
Approx. 5 sec. under Pentax testing conditions.
One 3V lithium battery (CR-123A or the equivalent)
Approx. 10 rolls of 24 exposure film when 50% of shooting uses flash (under Pentax test-
ing conditions)
Cf) appears on the LCD panel, Shutter is locked when (fl is blinking.
127.5(W) x 74.5(H) x 77(D)mm (5"x 2.9”x 3.0”) 345g(12.20z) without battery
Crystal quartz controlled; LCD with digital clock, auto calendar up to 2019. Possible to
imprint both standard and panoramic format frames.
“Year, Month and Day”, “Day, Hour and Minutes”, “-— blank”, “Month, Day and Year”
or “Day, Month and Year”.
Size & Weight:
REMOTE CONTROLL
Remote control:
Power source for Remote
127.5 (W) x 74.5(H) x 78(D)mm (5"x 2.9”x. 3.17) 355g(12.507) without battery
Infrared wireless remote control, 3-seconds delay shutter release, Effective range: Closer
than 5m when projected from the camera’s front.
Control:
Size & weight for Remote
Control:
One lithium battery CR1620 (replaced by Pentax Service facility)
22.0(W) x50.0(L) x9.5(D)mm (0.9”x2.0”x0.4”), 9g(0.307) including battery
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME WITHOUT NOTIFICATION OR
ANY OBLIGATION ON THE PART OF THE MANUFACTURER. 51
WARRANTY POLICY
All Pentax cameras purchased through authorized
bona fide photographic distribution channels are
guaranteed against defects of material or work-
manship for a period of twelve months from date
of purchase. Service will be rendered, and defec-
tive parts will be replaced without cost to you
within that period, provided the equipment does
not show evidence of impact, sand or liquid dam-
age, mishandling, tampering, battery or chemical
corrosion, operation contrary to operating instruc-
tions, or modification by an unauthorized repair
shop. The manufacturer or its authorized repre-
sentatives shall not be liable for any repair or al-
terations except those made with its written
consent and shall not be liable for damages from
delay or loss of use or from other indirect or con-
sequential damages of any kind, whether caused
by defective material or workmanship or other-
wise; and it is expressly agreed that the liability of
the manufacturer or its representatives under all
guarantees or warranties, whether expressed or
implied, is strictly limited to the replacement of
parts as herein before provided. No refunds will
be made on repairs performed by non-authorized
Pentax service facilities.
52
Procedure During 12-month Warranty Period
Any Pentax which proves defective during the 12
month warranty period should be returned to the
dealer from whom you purchased the equipment
or to the manufacturer. If there is no representa-
tive of the manufacturer in your country, send the
equipment to the manufacturer with postage pre-
paid. In this case, it will take a considerable length
of time before the equipment can be returned to
you owing to the complicated customs procedures
required. If the equipment is covered by warranty,
repairs will be made and parts replaced free of
charge, and the equipment will be returned to you
upon completion of servicing. If the equipment is
not covered by warranty, regular charges of the
manufacturer or of its representatives will apply.
Shipping charges are to be borne by the owner. If
your Pentax was purchased outside of the country
where you wish to have it serviced during the war-
ranty period, regular handling and servicing fees
may be charged by the manufacturer's representa-
tives in that country. Notwithstanding this, your
Pentax returned to the manufacturer will be serv-
iced free of charge according to this procedure
and warranty policy.
FOR YOUR REFERENCE, KEEP
THIS CARD WITH THE CAMERA.
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In any case, however, shipping charges and cus-
toms clearance fees are to be borne by the sender.
To prove the date of your purchase when re-
quired, please keep the receipts or bills covering
the purchase of your equipment for at least a year.
Before sending your equipment for servicing,
please make sure that you are sending it to the
manufacture’s authorized representatives or their
approved repair shops, unless you are sending it
directly to the manufacturer. Always obtain a
quotation for the service charge, and only after
you accept the quoted service charge, instruct the
service station to proceed with the servicing.
The local warranty policies available from Pentax
distributors in some countries can supersede this
warranty policy. Therefore, we recommend that
you review the warranty card supplied with your
product at the time of purchase, or contact the
PENTAX distributor in your country for more in-
formation and to receive a copy of the warranty
policy.
STATEMENT OF FCC COMPLIANCE
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, Operation is
subject to the following two conditions (1) This device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any inter-
ference received, including interference that may cause undesired op
eration,
Changes or modifications not approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment,
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment gen-
erates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not in-
stalled and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or televi-
sion reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one
or more of the following measures :
* Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
*e Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
+ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TY technician for help.
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European Community (EC).
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Pentax Corporation 35 Inverness Drive East, Englewood. Colorado 80112, U.S.A. (Internet://www pentax.com/)
Pentax Canada Inc. 3131 Universa) Drive, Mississauga. Ontario L4X 2E5, CANADA
Copyright C Asahi Optical Co. Ltd. 1998
66980 ENG This operating manual is printed on recycled paper. 04 0012 Printed in Japan
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