smc Pentax-FA Interchangeable Lens Operating Manual

smc Pentax-FA Interchangeable Lens Operating Manual
smc PENTAX-FA
INTERCHANGEABLE LENS
OPERATING MANUAL
Congratulations on your purchase of smc PENTAX
lens.
This operating manual applies to all of the smc
PENTAX FA, FAJ and F lenses.
※ In this manual, smc PENTAX FA lens is referred
to as FA lens.
※ Please also read your camera's operating manual.
※ Illustrations shown herein may differ from the
actual appearance.
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CONTENTS
° FOR SAFE USE YOUR LENS ……………1
° PRECAUTION AND LENS
MAINTENANCE ……………………………2
° smc PENTAX F, FA and FAJ LENSES …3
• Mount compatibility
° MOUNTING AND REMOVING OF
LENS ………………………………………5
° FINGER POINT ……………………………6
° APERTURE CONTROL …………………6
° FOCUSING …………………………………7
° HOW TO USE INFRARED INDEX ………9
° LENS HOOD ………………………………10
• Square lens hood
• Round-type lens hood
• Built-in lens hood
° FILTER ……………………………………14
° ZOOM LENS ………………………………16
° POWER ZOOM LENS……………………17
• Power zoom ring
°
°
°
°
°
°
°
• Aperture
• Infrared index of the zoom lens
MACRO LENS ……………………………22
• Focus range limiter
• Clamp screw
• Tripod mount
• Magnification
WIDE-ANGLE LENS
(FA★24mm f/2 AL (IF) ) …………………27
TELEPHOTO LENS FA★85mm f/1.4 (IF)
FA★200mm f/2.8ED (IF),
FA★300mm f/4.5ED (IF) …………………28
• Note on ∞ (infinity) mark
PRECAUTIONS WHEN THE FLASH IS
USED ………………………………………30
SOFT CASE FOR LENS…………………31
SPECIFICATIONS ………………………32
COMPATIBILITY OF LENSES
WITH THE BUILT-IN FLASH ……………38
FOR SAFE USE OF YOUR LENS
Although we have carefully designed these lenses for safe operation, Please be sure to
follow precautions given in this page.
WARNING
CAUTION
This mark indicates precautions that if not followed,
could result in serious injury to the user.
This mark indicates precautions that if not followed,
could result in minor or medium injury to the user
or damage to the equipment.
WARNING
• Never look at the sun through the lens
or camera. Serious damage to the retina, or total loss of eyesight may occur.
• Wrapping the strap around your neck is
dangerous. Make sure that small children do not get the strap caught their
neck. (A strap is supply only with some
large types of lenses)
CAUTION
• Do not leave the lens in direct sunlight
without lens caps. Sunrays passing
through the lens will be intensified, and
should they focus on flammable materials, fire may occur.
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PRECAUTION AND LENS MAINTENANCE
• Leaving the camera in the direct sunlight
without covering the lens with the lens cap,
may damage to the inside of the camera.
• When storing the lens in a case, attach the
front and near lens caps that come supplied with the lens to protect it from dust
and scratches.
• After removing the lens from the camera
body, be careful not to let it roll over or fall.
Be sure to place the lens with its front side
down.
• Moisture can cause serious damage to
optical glass elements. Storage in a damp
place may cause mildew, so avoid storing
the lens in a place where temperature and
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humidity are high. Keep you lens in as dry
a place as possible.
• If you do not expect to use the lens for an
extended period, store it in the case with a
desiccant or it is recommended that the
lens occasionally be taken out of the case
and placed in a cool, dry, well-ventilated
place to avoid the possibility of damage
due to condensation build-up.
• Use a blower or lens brush to remove dust
on the lens. If the lens becomes dirty,
remove the dirty particle with a blower
brush, then wipe it off with a clean cotton
cloth or tissue paper moistened with lens
cleaning solution.
Wipe in a spiral pattern from the center to
the outside.
smc PENTAX F, FA and FAJ LENSES
Focusing ring
Front-ring threads
Distance scale
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Aperture ring
Depth-of-field scale
Aperture-A-lock button
AF coupler
Lens-information
contacts
The Pentax FA lenses are primarily designed
to work with the Pentax autofocus SLR (KAF2or K AF2-mount camera), making autofocus
shooting possible.
When Pentax FA Zoom lenses with power
zoom function are used on the Pentax KAF2mount camera, the camera features a Power
Zoom system.
• An FA zoom lens without the power zoom
contacts are shown in the illustration does
not have the power zoom function.
• Do not damage or dirty the power contacts.
Power zoom contacts
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• When using FA lens with the K-mount
Pentax camera having no lens information
contacts, be sure to set the lens aperture
ring to any f-stop other then A. If set to the
"A" position, the lens will automatically be
set to the minimum aperture, causing
improper exposure.
CAUTION :
• Be careful not to damage or dirty the lens
information contacts and AF coupler on the
mount surfaces of the camera and lens.
Otherwise, failure or malfunction may
result. If this occurs, wipe them gently with
a clean, dry cloth.
• FAJ28-80mm f/3.5-5.6AL and FAJ75-300
mm f/4.5-5.8AL lenses have A (Auto) position only, no aperture ring to set a f-stop
manually. The camera body controls aperture settings on "A" position. Camera bodies and accessories that not compatible
with "A" cannot be used.
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Camera/Lens Mount Compatibility
Pentax camera/lens mount compatibility chart
is shown below.
KAF2-mount
which is equipped with
° Power contacts
° AF coupler
° Lens information contacts
KAF-mount
which is equipped with
° AF coupler
° Lens information contacts
KA-mount
which is equipped with
° Lens information contacts
K-mount
(base mount) -will not autofocus, autozoom
or provide automatic electroni-
MOUNTING AND REMOVING OF LENS
1. To mount the lens on the camera body
Align the red dots on the lens and camera
body, and then turn the lens clockwise until
it clicks into place.
※After mounting the lens, try to turn the lens
counterclockwise to make sure it is locked
in place.
2. To remove the lens
Hold down the lens unlock button on the
camera body and turn the lens counterclockwise.
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FINGER POINT
APERTURE CONTROL
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The lens can be mounted on the camera by
aligning the finger point with the lens unlock
button.
• Following Limited lenses have finger point.
FA31mm f/1.8AL Limited.
FA43mm f/1.9 Limited.
FA77mm f/1.8 Limited.
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Setting the aperture to "A"(Auto)
Turn the aperture ring to align the aperture-A
index with the line while depressing the
Aperture-A-lock button. The aperture ring can
be released from "A" in the same manner
to set your desired f-stop manually.
• FA28-105mm f/4-5.6(IF) and FA28-200
mm f/3.8-5.6AL lenses can set to "A" position without depressing the Aperture-A-lock
button.
• When using the camera body with no lens
information contact, set the aperture ring to
desired f-stop other than "A" position.
FOCUSING
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To set the focus mode
Slide the focus mode switch on the camera
body to change the focus mode to AF
(Autofocus) or MF (Manual focus).
• During autofocus, do not touch the focusing ring of your lens or you will interfere
with proper lens movement.
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In manual focus mode
You can adjust focus on the subjects by turning the focusing ring manually and confirming
the focus indicator in the viewfinder.
• FA 28-90mm f/3.5-5.6, FAJ 28-80mm f/3.55.6AL and FAJ 75-300mm f/4.5-5.8AL
lenses have no distance scale, adjust focus
with aid of the matte field for non-auto
focus camera or using focus indicator in
the viewfinder for auto focus camera.
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F-STOPS OR F-NUMBERS AND CLICK STOPS
There is a white dot next to the maximum fnumber engraved on the lens's aperture ring
on many Pentax lenses. This white dot indicates an aperture which is darker by one stop
(larger number). The illustration below shows
the white dot next to f/4.5 is f/5.6.
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1.2
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2.8
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The click stops between two engraved f/stops
are equivalent to intermediate f-stops. Some
lenses do not have an intermediate click fstop on the aperture ring due to limited space
between the f-numbers engraved on the
aperture ring.
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HOW TO USE THE INFRARED INDEX
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When taking infrared pictures with infrared
film and either a "R2" or "02" filter, it is necessary to adiust the focus because the point of
focus is not the same with infrared light as it
is with visible light. As shown above, memorize the focusing point on the lens distance
scale when viewed through the viewfinder
and turn the focusing ring until the point you
memorized aligns with the infrared index.
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• Turn the focusing ring in the MANUAL
focus mode only.
• For the exposure control requierd in this
special photography, see the information
supplied with the infrared film.
• Caution :
Infrared film can not be used for
MZ-S, MZ-60 and *ist cameras since
infrared ray is used for detecting device of
film transport. It will expose infrared film in
the camera.
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LENS HOOD
Make sure to use a proper size lens hood specially designed for your lens.
Square Hoods (Clip-on type)
PH-SA49
FA50mm f/1.4 & f/1.7
PH-SB49
FA28mm f/2.8AL, FA Sofy28mm f/2.8
Round Hoods (screw-in-type)
PH-RA49
FA50mm f/1.4 & f/1.7
RH-RA49
F & FA Zoom 35-80mm f/4-5.6
RH-RB49
FA Zoom 70-200mm f/4-5.6
F & FA Zoom 80-200mm f/4.7-5.6
FA Macro 100mm f/3.5
RH-RC49
FA50mm f/1.4 & f/1.7
MH-RA49
FA43mm f/1.9 Limited
RH-RA52
FA Macro 50mm f/2.8
RH-RB52
FA Zoom 28-70mm f/4AL
MH-RB52
FA Soft 85mm f/2.8
RH-A58
FA Zoom 80-320mm f/4.5-5.6
F Zoom 100-300mm f/4.5-5.6
FA Zoom 100-300mm f/4.7-5.8
RH-RC58
FA Zoom 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6
FA Zoom 28-90mm f/3.5-5.6
FA Zoom 28-105mm f/4-5.6
MH-RB67
FA 20mm f/2.8
MH-RA112 FA★ 300mm f/2.8ED (IF)
Notes :
• Do not use the built-in flash with lens hood
because it blocks the flash light, except the
FA43mmf/1.9 Limited lens.
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Bayonet-type
PH-RBA49
PH-RBA58
PH-RBA62
PH-RBC58
PH-RBE58
PH-RBF58
PH-RBB67
PH-RBE67
PH-RBG67
MH-RBD67
MH-RBB77
MH-RBC67
PH-RBA72
PH-RBC77
FA 35mm f/2AL
FA Zoom 20-35mm f/4AL
FA Zoom 28-105mm f/4-5.6 (IF)
FA Zoom 28-105mm f/3.2-4.5AL (IF)
FAJ Zoom 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6AL
FAJ Zoom 75-300mm f/4.5-5.8AL
FA★ 24mm f/2AL (IF)
FA Zoom 24-90mm f/3.5-4.5AL (IF)
FA★ Macro 200mm f/4ED (IF)
FA★ 85mm f/1.4 (IF)
FA★ 200mm f/2.8ED (IF)
FA★ 400mm f/5.6ED (IF)
FA★ 300mm f/4.5ED (IF)
FA Zoom 28-200mm f/3,8-5.6AL (IF)
FA★ Zoom28-70mm f/2.8AL
FA★ Zoom 80-200mm f/2.8ED (IF)
PH = Plastic, RH = Rubber, MH = Metal
• When using the FA28-70mmf/4AL lens with
lens hood and filter, it may cause vignetting
at edges of picture at focal length of 35mm
and shorter.
• The external flash can be used with lens
hood attached to lens. FA ★ 28-70mm
f/2.8AL lens with the external flash, refer to
page 30 for precautions.
How to Use the Square Hood
Attach the square hood to the front of the
lens while pressing the knurled tabs on both
sides of the hood.
• Make sure to keep the top and bottom of
the hood parallel with the top and bottom
covers of the camera.
The improper fitting will cause the
vignetting in the picture corners.
How to Use the Round Hood
The round hood screws into the front of the
lens.
• The round type rubber hood can be folded
when not in use.
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How to Use the Built-in Hood
To use a lens with a built-in hood, first extend
the hood to the fullest position. The 600mm
f/4 lens and 250-600mm f/5.6 zoom lenses
come in screw-fixed-type. Extend these
hoods while rotating them for use. See the
lens instruction manual for details.
Lenses with Built-in Hoods
FA 31mm f/1.8 AL Limited
FA 77mm f/1.8 Limited
FA 135mm f/2.8 (IF)
FA 600mm f/4 ED (IF)
FA Zoom 250-600mm f/5.6 ED (IF)
* The built-in flash of the camera can be
used when the built-in hood is utilized on
the FA 77mmf/1.8 and FA 135 mm f/2.8
lens.
• For more details of Bayonet hoods, refer to
page 28.
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LENS HOOD for FA★ 24mm f/2
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How to attach
To attach the hood to the lens, align ( | ) on
the hood and (
) on the lens front, then
turn the hood clockwise to lock it in place. To
remove it, reverse the above procedure.
• When the hood is not in use, align ( | ) on
the hood and (
) on the lens front,
then turn the hood counterclockwise to lock
it in place.
• Always attach the lens hood to avoid stray
light.
How to Use the Lens Hood with polarizing
filter window
1. Remove the PL filter window cap by sliding
it in the direction shown.
2. Turn the outer rim of the polarizing filter or
circular polarizing filter from the PL filter
window as shown.
3. Attach the PL filter window cap.
• The hood is designed for use with a polarizing filter or circular polarizing filter, and
includes a "PL filter window" for adjusting
the polarizing effect.
• When attaching the hood, align the white
dots on the lens and hood so that the PL
filter window positions on the bottom.
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FILTERS
Notes :
• Be sure that the PL filter window cap is in
place if no polarizing filter or circular polarizing filter is used.
• If strong light is entering the PL filter window, either attach the PL filter window cap
or reverse the position of the PL filter window (to top or bottom of lens). Strong light
entering the PL filter window will defeat the
effect of the lens hood and prevent the taking of clear, sharp images.
• When the Pentax circular polarizing filter
58mm, which has the knurl ring on the
back is used with the FA Zoom24-90mm
f/3.5-4.5AL (IF) or FA Zoom 28-105mm
f/3.2-4.5AL (IF) lens, the special lens hood
cannot be attached. When a non-Pentax
circular polarizing filter is attached, it also
may not be attached.
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Screw-in Type Filters
This type of filter screws into the front of the
lens. Make sure to use the proper size
Pentax filter specially designed for your lens.
Precaution on filters
Attaching the filter to your lens becomes a
part of the optic.
Avoid using no more than one filter exception
of with a polarizing filter, as deterioration in
image quality may results.
• Attach the 43mm filters supplied with following lenses to the filter holder in the rear
of lens.
FA★ 300mm f/2.8ED (IF)
FA★ 600mm f/4ED (IF)
FA★ 250-600mm f/5.6ED (IF)
• A filter cannot be attached to the F FishEye Zoom 17-28mm lens.
FILTERS
Size
49mm
52mm
58mm
62mm
67mm
72mm
77mm
Lens
FA 28mm f/2AL, FA Soft 28mm f/2.8, FA 35mm f/2AL, FA 43mm f/1.9 Limited, FA 50mm f/1.4 & f/1.7,
FA 77mm f/1.8, FA Zoom 70-200mm f/4-5.6, F & FA Zoom 35-80mm f/4-5.6,
F & FA Zoom 80-200mm f/4.7-5.6, FA Macro 100mm f/3.5
FA 135mm f/2.8 (IF), FA Soft 85mm f/2.8, FA Macro 50mm f/2.8, FA Zoom 28-70mm f/4 AL
FA 31mm f/1.8AL Limited, FA Zoom 20-35mm f/4AL, FA Zoom 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6,
FAJ Zoom 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6AL, FA Zoom 28-90mm f/3.5-5.6, FA Zoom 28-105mm f/3.2-4.5AL (IF),
FA Zoom 28-105mm f/4-5.6, FAJ Zoom 75-300mm f/4.5-5.8AL, FA Zoom 80-320mm f/4.5-5.6,
F Zoom 100-300mm f/4.5-5.6, FA Zoom 100-300mm f/4.7-5.8, FA Macro 100mm f/2.8
FA 28-105mm f/4-5.6 (IF)
FA 20mm f/2.8, FA★ 24mm f/2AL (IF), FA★ 85mm f/1.4 (IF), FA★ Macro 200mm f/4ED (IF),
FA★ 300mm f/4.5ED (IF), FA Zoom 24-90mm f/3.5-4.5AL (IF), FA★ Zoom 28-70mm f/2.8AL
FA 28-200mm f/3.8-5.6
FA★ 200mm f/2.8ED (IF), FA★ 400mm f/5.6ED (IF), FA★ Zoom 80-200mm f/2.8ED (IF)
Precautions for using a polarizing filter
The circular polarizing filter is thicker than an
ordinary filter.
For this reason, using the circular polarizing
filter with lenses as shown on the chart on the
right may cause vignetting at the edges of
picture.
Size
52mm
58mm
67mm
Lens
FA Zoom 28-70mm f/4AL
FA Zoom 20-35mm f/4AL
FA Zoom 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6
FA Zoom 28-90mm f/3.5-5.6
FA Zoom 28-105mm f/4-5.6
FA Zoom 24-90mm f/3.5-4.5AL (IF)
FA★ Zoom 28-70mm f/2.8AL
FA 20mm f/2.8
• Use a circular polarizing filter with
Autofocus camera for proper exposure and
auto focusing.
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ZOOM LENS
Focusing ring
Zoom set button
PA
AS
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2
28-105
Auto zoom switch
POWER
105
ZOOM
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* An FA Zoom lens without
the power supply contacts on its mount does
not have the zoom set
button and auto zoom
switch.
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Aperture index
(for longer focal
length)
Aperture-A lock button
Zoom ring
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85
Aperture index
(for shorter focal
length)
POWER ZOOM LENS
Pentax FA and F zoom lens incorporate "twohand" type rings: it has separate focusing
and zooming ring. You can set your desired
focal length by turning the zoom ring.
It may shift the focusing point slightly by
changing the focal length. First, adjust zooming and then adjust focus using Autofocus or
focus indicator in the viewfinder.
The following zoom lenses also refer to its
operating manual.
FA★ 28-70mmf/2.8AL
FA★ 80-200mmf/2.8ED
FA★ 250-600mmf/5.6ED
The following lenses have power supply contacts to capable power zoom function with the
KAF2-mount cameras. Refer to the camera's
operating manual for more details.
FA★ 28-70mmf/2.8AL
FA28-105mmf/4-5.6
FA70-200mmf/4-5.6
FA★ 80-200mmf/2.8ED(IF)
FA★ 250-600mmf/5.6ED(IF)
Auto zoom functions
The FA Zoom lens with power contacts combined with KAF2-mount cameras can use following functions. Please refer to your camera's operating manual for more details.
1. Zoom clip mode to pre-set or re-call the
focal length
2. Image size tracking mode to maintain the
image size (magnification value) regardless
of the distance to the subject.
3. Zoom effect mode to zoom automatically
during an exposure.
Auto zoom switch and Zoom set button
1. P (Power zoom), PZ in some lenses
Set to this position in power zooming
2. A (Auto zoom), AZ in some lenses
Set to this position for Auto zoom
3. AS (Auto zoom set), MODE in some lenses
Set this position to select the type of Auto
zoom function.
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Automatic lens retraction
When the power zoom lens is used with KAF2mount cameras, the following functions work
when the main switch is turned off.
1. The zoom ring automatically retracts to its
shortest length.
2. The focusing ring is set to infinity(∞).
With the combination of MZ-S camera, the
zoom ring retracts to shortest length only.
Note on Tulip mark ( )
The zoom lens provide with the tulip mark
( ) on the focusing ring that enable to take
a picture at closest distance as a fixed focal
length lens, even set at wide-angle position.
However, at the edges of picture may be
darkened due to reducing brightness of
image field.
When combined with non-KAF2-mount cameras, FA Zoom lens with power supply contacts does not work following functions.
• As the Power Zoom function does not
work, set the manual zoom mode. Pull the
zoom ring towards the camera side until
the words "POWER ZOOM" disappears to
set the manual zoom mode.
• The Auto Zoom switch and Zoom Set button do not work.
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Using the manual zoom
Pull the zoom ring back to use as manual
zoom ring, the word "POWER ZOOM" disappears.
POWER ZOOM
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Using the power zoom
Push the zoom ring forward until the word
"POWER ZOOM "appears on the ring, and
move the zoom ring to right or left to change
the focal length.
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POWER ZOOM
80
80
POWER ZOOM
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A 22 16 11 8 5.6 3.5
Manual aperture
To set the aperture of the zoom lens manually, align the aperture-A index with the whitebar index. The dot on the left-hand side of the
white-bar index serves as an index to align
an f-stop other than "A" when shooting at a
longer focal length.
For example, when using the FA Zoom 28-80
mm lens and wishing to set the aperture to f/8
with the focal length at 80 mm, align "8" on
the aperture ring with the dot on the left-hand
side.
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80
80
65 28
A 2216 11 8 5.6 3.5
"A" (Auto) position
To set the aperture to "A" (Auto), align the
aperture-A index with the white-bar index,
regardless of focal length selected.
Infrared Index of the Zoom Lens
When taking infrared photographs with the
zoom lens, compensation in focus is necessary depending upon the focal length. The
distance scale of the zoom lens has infrared
indexes for each focal length.
Compensate for the focus according to the
focal length in use (see page 9.).
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15
70
20
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m
200
70 200
With lenses having indexes only for the
longest and shortest focal length, such as FA
Zoom 70-200mm, obtain the compensation
value for intermediate focal length by using
the scale as a guide.
28 -105
ft 15 8 5 3 2 1.6
m ∞ 5 3 2 1.2 0.7 0.5
The red line on the lens barrel of the FA28105mm f/4-5.6 (IF) is the infrared index line.
Compensate for focus according to the focal
length in use. See more details on page 9.
• The following lenses have no infrared index
line.
FA Zoom 28-90mm f/3.5-5.6
FA Zoom 28-200mm f/3.8-5.6
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MACRO LENS
22
MF
FULL
FA Macro 50mm f/2.8, FA Macro 100mm
f/2.8 and FA★ Macro 200mm f/4ED (IF) lenses adjust focus from infinity to life-size. FA
Macro 100mm f/3.5 lens adjust focus from
infinity to 1/2x.
AF
Focus-range limiter
FA Macro100mm f/2.8 and FA ★ Macro
200mm f/4ED (IF) lenses equipped with the
focus-range limiter that control the focusing
ranges to adjust Autofocus quickly.
To set the focus-range limiter
Turn the focus limiter to "LIMIT" with the
focusing ring at infinity, the focusing range is
set to long-distance range, and do the same
with the focusing ring at minimum distance
for short-distance range. Refer to chart for
focusing range on page22.
LIMT
FOCUS
RANGE
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• When the focus range-limiter is set to
"MANUAL", you can adjust focus manually.
• The focus range limiter may not turn where
the focus range changes between long and
short distances.
• Using with the KAF2-mount cameras, manual focus will work with the focus-range limiter is set to MANUAL in autofocus mode.
• FA★ Macro 200mm f/4ED (IF) lens has a
focusing ring which provides autofocus and
manual focus settings. Push the focusing
ring forward or pull to change the focus
mode from autofocus to manual.
• With the K AF2 -mount camera, when the
focusing ring is set to MANUAL, the shutter
cannot be released unless the focus indication appears in the view finder if camera is
set to the autofocus mode (AF single
mode).
Focusing range
Limiter set
Short-distance range
Long-distance range
FA Macro 100mm f/2.8
0.306m(1x) - 0.57m(1/4x)
Approx.0.6m - infinity
FA★ Macro 200mm f/4ED (IF)
0.514m(1x) - 0.7m(1/2x)
Approx.0.7m - infinity
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ON
F
OF
Clamp Screw
FA Macro 50mm f/2.8 and 100mm f/2.8 lenses are equipped with a clamp screw that is
used when focusing manually. With manual
close-up photography using the copy stand in
any situation or with the lens pointing down ,
if you turn the clamp screw to the ON position, rotation of the focusing ring becomes
tight. This helps to prevent the rotation of the
focusing ring due to the lens's own weight
and avoid any shift in focus.
• When shooting in the autofocus mode, turn
the clamp screw to the OFF position.
Activating the autofocus mode while the
clamp screw is in the ON position slows
down the focusing speed.
CLAMP
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Tripod Mount
FA★ 200mm f/4 ED (IF) is equipped with the
tripod mount. To position the camera vertically or horizontally, loosen the camera position
shift lock screw, turn the camera 90° to the
right or left as desired, and tighten the lock
screw firmly.
The tripod mount is not detachable.
Magnification Scale
The magnification is indicated by denominators on the distance scale. "5" indicates
"1/5x". When determining the magnification
first, set the magnification in the MANUAL
focus mode and adjust the position of the
camera by moving the camera closer or further from the subject.
4
5
3
2
0.7
32 16
100
MACRO
26
1/x
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m
WIDE-ANGLE LENS (FA★ 24mm f/2 (IF) )
24
AUTO FOCUS
A 22 16 11 8 5.6
4 28
2
FA★ 24mm f/2 lens has a focusing ring which
provides autofocus and manual focus settings. Push the focusing ring or pull it towards
you to set the autofocus or manual focus
mode respectively.
When used on the KAF2-mount camera, you
can use the manual focus mode by setting
the manual mode on the lens even if the autofocus mode is set on the camera.
• When the lens is set to manual focus position and the focusing ring is fully rotated to
the right or left to manually focus the lens,
it will keep rotating as no stoppers are provided at the ∞ or shortest distance positions.
• When the focusing ring on the lens is set to
the autofocus position, the focusing ring is
released, allowing a full 360° rotation and
providing a click stop at each 30° turn.
• When used on the KAF-mount camera, set
the same focus mode on the camera and
lens. When the camera is set to the autofocus mode (AF single) and the lens is set to
the manual mode, the shutter cannot be
released unless the focus indication
appears in the viewfinder.
• When used on the non-KAF2- or KAF-mount
camera, focus the lens manually with the
focusing ring.
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TELEPHOTO LENS (FA★ 85mm f/1.4(IF), FA★ 200mm f/2.8ED(IF), FA★ 300mm f/4.5ED(IF)
FA★ Macro 200mm f/4ED(IF) )
FA★ 300mm f/4.5 lens has a focusing ring
which provides autofocus and manual focus
settings. Push the focusing ring or pull it
towards you to set the autofocus or manual
focus mode respectively.
* The illustration depicts the FA ★ 300mm
f/4.5 lens : when using the FA ★ 85mm
f/1.4, FA ★ 200mm f/2.8 and FA ★ Macro
200mm f/4, the operation is similar to the
FA★ 300mm f/4.5.
* For FA★ 300mmf/2.8 and FA★ 600mm f/4
lenses, refer to their own manual, too.
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When used on the KAF2-mount camera, you
can use manual focus mode by setting the
manual mode on the lens even if the autofocus mode is set on the camera.
When the lens is set to manual focus position
and the focusing ring is fully rotated to the
right or left to manually focus the lens, it will
keep rotating as no stoppers are provided at
the ∞ (infinity) or shortest distance positions.
• When the focusing ring on the lens is set to
the autofocus position, the focusing ring is
locked.
• When used on the KAF-mount camera, set
the same focus mode on the camera and
lens. When the camera is set to the autofocus mode (AF single) and the lens to manual focus mode, the shutter cannot be
released unless the focus indication
appears in the viewfinder.
∞) mark except the FA ★
Note : infinity (∞
85mm f/1.4 lens
The focusing ring of the telephoto lens stops
slightly past the ∞ mark. This is because temperature change causes the focusing point to
shift, making the lens focus on a point past
the ∞ mark. Even when shooting at infinity,
be sure the image is in focus utilizing the
focus indicator before releasing the shutter.
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PRECAUTIONS WHEN THE FLASH IS
USED
Built-in FLASH
With the built-in flash in popped-up position,
the flash can be used if no warning indication
appears when the shutter release button is
pressed halfway down. However, some lenses cause vignetting in the picture corners,
even though warning indication does not
appear. For more details, refer to page 38
and 39.
• Remove the lens hood when the built-in
flash is used because the flash light will be
blocked by the lens hood.
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PRECAUTIONS WHEN USING THE FA★ 28-70mm f/2.8
LENS AND LENS HOOD WITH THE EXTERNAL FLASH.
The vignetting will not occur without the lens
hood.
Flash A
Flash B
Flash C
Flash D
Z Series
○
△ (*1)
△ (*2)
△ (*3)
MZ Series
○
○
△ (*4)
△ (*5)
Flash A : AF500FTZ, AF360FTZ, AF400FTZ,
AF240FT, AF400T
Flash B : AF330FTZ
Flash C : AF280T, AF200T, AF200SA,
AF200S
Flash D : AF100, AF140
*1 No vignetting occur at focal distance more
than 2.5m.
*2 No vignetting occur at focal distance more
than 1.1m with focal length 35mm.
*3 No vignetting occur at focal distance more
than 1.8m with focal length 50mm.
*4 No vignetting occur at focal distance more
than 1.0m
*5 No vignetting occur at focal distance more
than 1.5m with focal length 35mm.
SOFT CASE FOR LENS
Code
S70-70
S80-80
S80-120
S80-160
S90-100
S90-160
S110-160
S120-150
S110-210
S110-230
S120-230
S135-340
Trunk case
Lens
FA 20mm f/2.8, FA 28mm f/2.8AL, FA 50mm f/1.4, FA 50mm f/1.7,
FA SOFT 28mm f/2.8
FA 35mm f/2AL, F Fish-Eye 17-28mm f/3.5-4.5, FA 28-70mm f/4AL,
FA 35-80mm f/4-5.6
FA 135mm f/2.8 (IF), FA 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6, FA28-90mm f/3.5-5.6,
FA 28-105mm f/4-5.6, FA MACRO 50mm f/2.8, FA SOFT 85mm f/2.8,
F, FA 80-200mm f/4.7-5.6, FA MACRO 100mm f/3.5
FA 70-200mm f/4-5.6, FA 80-320mm f/4.5-5.6, F 100-300mm f/4.5-5.6,
FA 100-300mm f/4.7-5.8, FA MACRO 100mm f/2.8
FA★ 24mm f/2 (IF), FA 20-35mm f/4AL, FA 24-90mm f/3.5-4.5AL (IF),
FAJ 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6AL, FA 28-105mm f/3.2-4.5AL (IF),
FA 28-105mm f/4-5.6 (IF), FAJ 75-300mm f/4.5-5.8AL
FA 28-200mm f/3.8-5.6AL (IF), FA★ 300mm f/4.5ED (IF)
FA★ 200mm f/2.8ED (IF)
FA★ 85mm f/1.4 (IF), FA★ 28-70mm F2.8AL
FA★ MACRO 200mm f/4ED (IF)
FA★ 400mm f/5.6ED (IF)
FA★ 80-200mm f/2.8ED (IF)
FA★ 300mm f/2.8ED (IF)
FA★ 600mm f/4ED (IF), FA★ 250-600mm f/5.6ED
• The limited series lenses include special soft lens case.
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SPECIFICATIONS
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WIDE-ANGLE
STANDARD
MEDIUMTELEPHOTO
TELEPHOTO
ULTRA-TELEPHOTO
MACRO
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FA 20mm f/2.8
FA★ 24mm f/2AL (IF)
FA 28mm f/2.8AL
FA 31mm f/1.8AL Limited
FA 35mm f/2AL
FA 43mm f/1.9 Limited
FA 50mm f/1.4
FA 50mm f/1.7
FA 77mm f/1.8 Limited
FA★ 85mm f/1.4 (IF)
FA 135mm f/2.8 (IF)
FA★ 200mm f/2.8ED (IF)
FA★ 300mm f/2.8ED (IF)
FA★ 300mm f/4.5ED (IF)
FA★ 400mm f/5.6ED (IF)
FA★ 600mm f/4ED (IF)
FA MACRO 50mm f/2.8
FA MACRO 100mm f/2.8
FA MACRO 100mm f/3.5
FA★ MACRO 200mm f/4ED (IF)
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32
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32
94°
84°
75°
70°
63°
53°
47°
47°
31.5°
28.5°
18°
12.5°
8.2°
8.2°
6.2°
4.1°
47°
24.5°
24.5°
12.5°
10-9
11-9
5-5
9-7
6-5
7-6
7-6
6-5
7-6
8-7
8-7
9-8
10-7
9-7
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9-7
8-7
9-8
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0.30
1.00
0.30
1.00
0.30
1.00
0.30
1.00
0.45
1.60
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1.50
0.45
1.50
0.70
2.30
0.85
2.80
0.70
2.30
1.20
3.90
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6.60
2.00
6.60
2.00
6.60
5.00 16.50
0.195 0.64
0.306 1.00
0.43
1.41
0.514 1.70
• AL = Aspherical lens
• ED = Achromatic lens including elements of the Extra-low Dispersion glass
• IF = Lens featuring the inner focusing mechanism
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Specifications and external dimensions are subject to change without notice.
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0.12
0.13
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0.17
0.12
0.15
0.15
0.14
0.11
0.25
0.20
0.17
0.17
0.23
0.13
1.00
1.00
0.50
1.00
mm
70
72.5
65
65
64
64
65
65
64
79
68
83
123
72.5
83
176
68
74
68
75.5
× mm
× 44
× 65.5
× 40.5
× 68.5
× 44.5
× 27
× 37
× 37
× 48
× 70
× 80
× 134
× 247
× 160
× 199
× 457
× 70
× 103.5
× 71.5
× 191.5
g
255
405
185
345
195
155
220
170
270
550
375
785
2500
935
1140
7000†
385
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220
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9.0
14.3
6.5
12.2
6.9
5.5
7.8
6.0
9.5
19.4
13.2
27.7
88.2
33.0
40.2
247.0
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21.2
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67
67
49
58
49
49
49
49
49
67
52
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×
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×
○
×
○
○
○
○
1.4 × S
○ ×
○ ×
○ ×
○ ×
○ ×
○ ×
○ ×
○ ×
○ ×
○ ×
○ ×
○ ○
○ ○
○ ×
○ ×
× ○
○ ×
○ ×
○ ×
○ ×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
○
○
×
×
○
×
×
×
×
† = Weight with the tripod mount
‡ = Figures in ( ) of Filter size indicate the thread diameter of the front ring.
Note : Lens length does not include mount portion.
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*2 F Fish-Eye ZOOM 17-28mmf/3.5-4.5
Zoom FA ZOOM 20-35mmf/4AL
FA ZOOM 24-90mmf/3.5-4.5AL (IF)
FA★ ZOOM 28-70mmf/2.8AL
FA ZOOM 28-70mmf/4AL
FA ZOOM 28-80mmf/3.5-5.6
*1 FAJ ZOOM 28-80mmf/3.5-5.6AL
FA ZOOM 28-90mmf/3.5-5.6
FA ZOOM 28-105mmf/3.2-4.5AL (IF)
FA ZOOM 28-105mmf/4-5.6
FA ZOOM 28-105mmf/4-5.6 (IF)
FA ZOOM 28-200mmf/3.8-5.6AL (IF)
FA ZOOM 35-80mmf/4-5.6
FA ZOOM 70-200mmf/4-5.6
*1 FAJ ZOOM 75-300mmf/4.5-5.8AL
FA★ ZOOM 80-200mmf/2.8ED (IF)
FA ZOOM 80-200mmf/4.7-5.6
F ZOOM 80-200mmf/4.7-5.6
FA ZOOM 80-320mmf/4.5-5.6
FA ZOOM 100-300mmf/4.7-5.8
F ZOOM 100-300mmf/4.5-5.6
FA★ ZOOM 250-600mmf/5.6ED (IF)
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75 22-38 75 22-38 75 22-32 75 22-32 75 22-32 75 22-32 75 22-32 75 22-32 63 32-45 34.5 32-38 32 32
30.5 32-38 30.5 32-38 30.5 32-38 30.5 32-38 24.5 32-38 24.5 32
9.9 -
90°
63°
27°
34.5°
34.5°
30.5°
30.5°
27°
23.5°
23.5°
23.5°
12.5°
30.5°
12.5°
8.2°
12.5°
12.5°
12.5°
7.7°
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8.2°
4.1°
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0.45
0.30
0.50
0.43
0.40
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0.40
0.40
0.50
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4.60
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*1 The lens does not have aperture ring to set f-stop, camera body controls aperture on "A"
position.
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0.25
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0.26
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72
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65.5
66.5
63
66.5
66
72.5
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65
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70
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× mm
× 61
× 68
× 74.5
× 104
× 66
× 78
× 67
× 67.5
× 65.5
× 95.5
× 74
× 83
× 58
× 116.5
× 116
× 191.5
× 97.5
× 97.5
× 129
× 128.5
× 154.5
× 442
g
255
245
355
800
240
275
180
195
255
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305
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465
385
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295
550
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×
×
×
×
×
×
×
○
*2 This lens deliberately emphasizes distortion (barrel aberration) of the images at the picture corners throughout the entire focal length of 17mm to 28mm this allows you to obtain
special effect photographs different from ordinary photographs.
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*3 ○ indicates the power zoom lens, X indicates the non-power zoom lens.
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SOFT FA SOFT 28mmf/2.8
FA SOFT 85mmf/2.8
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COMPATIBILETY OF LENSES WITH THE BUILT-IN FLASH
[○ = compatible × = incompatible because of vignetting]
Compatibility
Z/PZ series Cameras *1 MZ series Cameras *1
FA 20mm f/2.8
×
×
FA 24mm f/2 AL (IF)
×
×
FA 28mm f/2.8 AL
○
○
FA 31mm f/1.8 AL Limited
○
○
FA 35mm f/2 AL
○
○
FA 43mm f/1.9 Limited
○
○
FA 50mm f/1.4
○
○
FA 50mm f/1.7
○
○
FA 77mm f/1.8 Limited
○
○
FA★ 85mm f/1.4 (IF)
○
○
FA 135mm f/2.8 (IF)
○
○
FA★ 200mm f/2.8 ED (IF)
○
○
FA★ 300mm f/2.8 ED (IF)
×
×
FA★ 300mm f/4.5 ED (IF)
○*2
○*2
FA★ 400mm f/5.6 ED (IF)
○
○
FA★ 600mm f/4 ED (IF)
×
×
F FISH EYE 17∼28mm f/3.5∼4.5
×
×
FA MACRO 50mm f/2.8
○ * 19
○
FA MACRO 100mm f/2.8
○ * 19
○
FA MACRO 100mm f/3.5
○
○
FA★ MACRO 200mm f/4 ED (IF)
△ * 20
○
FA SOFT 28mm f/2.8
○
○
FA SOFT 85mm f/2.8
○
○
Lens name
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MZ-S series Cameras *1
×
×
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
×
○*2
○
×
×
○
○
○
○
○
○
Compatibility
Z/PZ series Cameras *1 MZ series Cameras *1 MZ-S series Cameras *1
FA 20∼35mm f/4 AL
△*3
△*3
△*4
FA 24∼90mm f/3.5∼4.5 AL (IF)
△*5
△*6
△*7
FA★ 28∼70mm f/2.8 AL
×
×
△*8
FA 28∼70mm f/4 AL
△*9
○
○
FA 28∼80mm f/3.5∼5.6
△ * 10
△ * 10
○
FAJ 28∼80mm f/3.5∼5.6 AL
△ * 11
○
○
FA 28∼90mm f/3.5∼5.6
△ * 11
○
○
FA 28∼105mm f/3.2∼4.5AL (IF)
○
○
○
FA 28∼105mm f/4∼5.6
△ * 12
△ * 13
○
FA 28∼105mm f/4∼5.6 (IF)
△ * 14
△ * 14
○
FA 28∼200mm f/3.8∼5.6 (IF)
△ * 15
△ * 15
△ * 16
FA 35∼80mm f/4∼5.6
○
○
○
FA 70∼200mm f/4∼5.6
○
○
○
FAJ 75∼300mm f/4.5∼5.8 AL
○
○
○
FA★ 80∼200mm f/2.8 ED (IF)
△ * 17
△ * 18
○
F⋅FA 80∼200mm f/4.7∼5.6
○
○
○
FA 80∼320mm f/4.5∼5.6
○
○
○
F 100∼300mm f/4.5∼5.6
○
○
○
FA 100∼300mm f/4.7∼5.8
○
○
○
FA★ 250∼600mm f/5.6 ED (IF)
×
×
×
* 1 Minimum focal length with the built-in flash.
Z-1, Z-5, Z-10
35mm lens & longer focal length.
*ist, MZ & Z series cameras except MZ-S, Z-1, Z-5 & Z-10.
28mm lens & longer focal length.
MZ-S
24mm lens & longer focal length.
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Lens name
*2
*3
*4
*5
Vignetting will occur, even if the inappropriate lens warning is blinking.
Vignetting will occur at focal length between 20mm∼28m.
Vignetting will occur at focal length between 20mm∼24m.
Vignetting will occur at focal lengths between 20mm-50mm. With the focal length set at
50mm, it will occur when the camera-to-subject distance is closer than 1m.
* 6 Vignetting will occur at focal lengths between 24mm-35mm. With the focal length set at
35mm, it will occur when the camera-to-subject distance is closer than 1m.
* 7 Vignetting will occur at focal lengths between 24mm-28mm.
* 8 Vignetting will occur at focal lengths between 28mm-35mm. With the focal length set at
40mm, it will occur when the camera-to-subject distance is closer than 1m.
* 9 With the Z-1P and Z-5P camera vignetting will occur at focal length 28mm when the camerato-subject distance is closer than 1m.
* 10 Vignetting will occur at focal lengths between 28mm-35mm and focal distance is less than
1m. No vignetting will occur when focal distance is 50mm and/or longer toward tele-side.
* 11 Vignetting will occur at focal lengths between 28mm-35mm.
* 12 Vignetting will occur at focal lengths between 28mm-35mm and with the focal length set at
35mm and focus distance is closer than 3m and with 40mm at 1m. No vignetting will occur
when focal distance is 50mm and/or longer toward tele-side.
* 13 Vignetting will occur at focal lengths between 28mm-35mm and with the focal length set at
35mm and focus distance is closer than 1.5m and with 35mm.
* 14 Vignetting will occur at focal lengths between 28mm-40mm.
* 15 Vignetting will occur at focal lengths between 28mm-70mm.
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* 16 Vignetting will occur at focal lengths between 28mm-35mm and focus distance is less than
1m at 35mm.
* 17 Vignetting will occur at focal lengths between 80mm-135mm.
* 18 Vignetting will occur at focal lengths between 80mm-90mm.
* 19 Even the Lens warning is blinking with Z-1, Z-5 and Z10, built-in flash can be used if the
focus distance is more than 0.7m which is within distance of Minimum Auto flash distance.
* 20 Vignetting will occur at focus distance less than 1m.
Even the Lens waning is blinking with Z-1, Z-5 and Z10, built-in flash can be used freely at
focus distance more than 1m.
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 interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not approved by the
patry 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 proviede reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation, This equipment generates, uses and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more
of the following measures :
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
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precious moments
PENTAX Corporation 2-36-9, Maeno-cho, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo 174-8639, JAPAN (http://www.pentax.co.jp)
PENTAX Europe GmbH (European Headquarters) Julius-Vosseler-Strasse, 104, 22527 Hamburg, GERMANY
(HQ - http://www.pentaxeurope.com) (Germany - http://www.pentax.de)
PENTAX U.K. Limited Pentax House, Heron Drive, Langley, Slough, Berks SL3 8PN, U.K.(http://www.pentax.co.uk)
PENTAX France S.A.S. 12/14, rue Jean Poulmarch, 95106 Argenteuil Cedex, FRANCE
PENTAX Benelux B.V. (for Netherlands) Spinveld 25, 4815 HR Breda, NETHERLANDS (http://www.pentax.nl)
(for Belgium & Luxembourg) Weiveldlaan 3-5, 1930 Zaventem, BELGIUM (http://www.pentax.be)
PENTAX (Schweiz) AG Widenholzstrasse 1 Postfach 367 8305 Dietlikon, SWITZERLAND (http://www.pentax.ch)
PENTAX Scandinavia AB P.O. Box 650, 75127 Uppsala, SWEDEN (http://www.pentax.se)
PENTAX U.S.A., Inc.
35 Inverness Drive East, Englewood, Colorado 80112, U.S.A. (http://www.pentax.com)
PENTAX Canada Inc. 3131 Universal Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L4X 2E5, CANADA (http://www.pentaxcanada.ca)
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing
Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte
toutes les exigences du Réglement sur le matériel
brouilleur du Canada.
Only the power zoom lenses are subject to comply
with Part 15 of FCC Rules and the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulation.
The CE marking assures that
this product complies with
the requirements of the EC
directive for safety.
Copyright C PENTAX Corporation 2002
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