Asahi Pentax IQZoom 80-E Operating Manual

Asahi Pentax IQZoom 80-E Operating Manual
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Congratulations on your purchase of the
PENTAX IQ Zoom 80:E and welcome to the
world of Pentax zoom compact photography!
Your compact, light weight camera is a great
companion to preserve your favorite memories.
lts built-in 38-80mm lens gives you the freedom
to frame everything from breathtaking land-
scapes to family portraits, even detailed close-
ups. The built-in auto flash helps you capture
subjects in dimly-lit palces or photograph in-
door scenes with clarity and brilliance. Since
most of the operation - including film loading,
film speed setting, winding rewinding, focus
and exposure control - are automatic, you can
take great pictures effortlessly.
* Please read this manual carefully before op-
erating the camera to take consistently supe-
rior pictures.
* Pay special attention to the cautions and
notes in this Operating Manual. Pictures and
illustrations used in this manual may differ
from the camera’s actual appearance.
lHMustrations in this operating manual are the
DATE MODEL.
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The name of the camera's working parts are
listed on the front and back flaps of this man-
ual. Keep the flaps unfolded for quick refer-
ence while reading the manual.
NAMES OF WORKING PARTS
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© Strap lug (p.5)
O Shutter release button (p.14)
© Self-timer button (p.25)
O Mid-roll rewind button (p.19)
O LCD panel (p.39)
® Mode button (p.20)
© Red-eye reduction flash button (p.20)
© Main switch (p.6)
© Self-timer lamp (p.25)
{@ Built-in flash
® Autofocus window
@ Lens
ΠLight sensor window
_ © Viewfinder window
OUTLINE OF BASIC OPERATIONS
Open the back cover Load the film and close The film will automati- Push the main switch
(see page 10). the back cover (see cally advance to the button to switch on
page 11). a frame (see page power (see page 6).
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Frame your subject and Focus on your subject Depress the shutter re- When the film is fin-
operate the zooming (see page 14). lease button. In dark ished, the camera will
lever to compose the conditions, the flash automatically rewind it
shot (see page 9). will discharge auto- (see page 18).
matically (see page 14).
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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PREPARATIONS BEFORE TAKING
PHOTOGRAPHS
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9. Main switch‘ 6
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4. How to hold the camera tt 8
5. Operating the 38-80mm zoom lens ----*- 9
TAKING PHOTOGRAPHS
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2. Viewfinder displays and Lamp indication 13
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4. Focus-lock shooting RENAULT 16
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TAKING BETTER PHOTOGRAPHS
How to select modes
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Taking a picture at a slow shutter speed ---22
Slow-speed sync photography “+ тете: 22
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Self-timer photography WURDE 25
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MAINTENANCE CONSIDERATIONS
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Loading, Replacing the battery +++" 28
Practical shooting guide +90 ооо 30
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Flash effective range with films other than
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Specifications RE EE 34
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FOR SAFE USE OF YOUR CAMERA
Atthough we have carefully designed this camera for safe operation, please be sure to follow precautions
given on this page.
ÁN WARNING
This mark indicates precautions that, if not followed, could result in se-
rious injury to the operator.
ÁN caution
This mark indicates precautions that, if not followed, could result in
minor or medium injury to the operator or damage to the equipment.
À WARNING
* The electronic circuits inside the camera
contain high voltage working parts. Never
attempt to disassemble the camera your-
self.
* Never touch internal parts of the camera if
they become exposed from dropping the
camera or for some other reason, as there
is danger of electric shock.
* Wrapping the strap around your neck is
dangerous. Make sure that small children
do not get the strap caught around their
neck.
* Do not look directly at the sun through the
camera, as viewing the sun for an ex-
tended period may damage your eyes.
* Be sure to store batteries out of the reach
of children. Seek medical assistance im-
mediately if accidentally swallowed.
/N CAUTION
* Do not use the flash near anyone's eyes, as
it may hurt them. Be particularly careful with
the flash around infants.
* Never try to disassemble, short or recharge
the battery. Also, do not dispose of the bat-
tery in fire, as it may explode.
* Remove the batteries from the camera im-
mediately if they become hot or begin to
smoke. Be careful not to burn yourself dur-
Ing removal.
PRECAUTIONS FOR YOUR CAMERA
¢ Dirt, mud, sand, moisture, toxic gas, water, salt
water, etc., penetrating the inside of the camera
Precautions when taking pictures
e Do not use the camera where it may come in
contact with rain or water because the camera is
not weather resistant. Should the camera get
wet from rain or splashing water, wipe it off im-
mediately with a dry soft cloth.
may cause damage or render it inoperable.
Damage of any kind will not be repaired under
the terms of the warranty and charges may be
assessed. Therefore, handle the camera with
e 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.
e Condensation on the interior or the exterior of
great care.
Precautions for proper care
e Use a blower and lens brush to remove dust ac-
cumulated on the lens or the viewfinder win-
the camera may be extremely harmful to the
camera mechanism as it may cause rust and/or
corrosion. 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 tem-
perature will be as gradual as possible. After
temperature difference is minimized, the cam-
era may be removed from the bag.
dow.
Never use solvents such as paint thinner, alco-
hol or benzine to clean the camera. To clean
the external camera surfaces, - but not glass sur-
faces; using a dry or silicone -treated cloth is
recommended.
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 1t in a place with good air circulation to
prevent fungus growth.
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.
Repairs made necessory due to the camera
being subjected to any of the conditions warned
about in this precautions section, or any other
precaution or warning throughout this operat-
ing manual, are not covered under the terms of
the warranty and charges may be assessed.
PRECAUTIONS FOR BATTERY
Precautions for battery
Misuse of a battery can cause hazards such as
leakage, overheating, explosions, etc. The bat-
tery should be inserted with the “* +” and “- ”
stdes facing correctly.
Never try to disassemble, short or recharge the
battery. Also do not dispose of the battery in a
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.
Keep the battery out of the reach of children.
When the camera is in a bag, make sure the
main switch is off; otherwise, battery power
may be wasted if the shutter release button is
accidentally pushed.
PT He STRAP ATTACHMENT
Fit the strap on the camera as illustrated. Use
| SN the illustrated part of the strap for opening the
PREPARATIONS BEFORE battery chamber cover, adjusting the data on
TAKING PHOTOGRAPHS . the Date model, or pushing the mid-roll rewind
ВЕ о п button to rewind a film before exposing all the
For optimum performance you should fa-
miliarize yourself with certain fundamen-
tals before taking any photographs.
frames.
y Del MAIN SWITCH
Main Switch
To switch on, push the main switch button. The
lens extends slightly to 38mm and the LCD panel
is now on. To switch off, push the main switch
button again.
When not in use, ensure that the camera is
switched off.
Use one 3V lithium battery, type CR123A or
the equivalent. Do not remove the battery be-
fore it is exhausted. If the battery is removed,
the data on the DATE MODEL is initialized.
The lens cover automatically opens and closes
when the main switch is turned on and off. Do
not attempt to open the lens cover manually.
EP BATTERY CHECK
e See page 28, when the battery exhaustion sym-
bol ( 0 ) apperas on the LCD panel.
e If the camera is on and left unused for over 3
minutes, the lens automatically retracts and the
power switches off to save the battery power.
e If the main switch is turned on within 60 min-
utes of auto-power off, the previous setting will
automatically return.
Battery check
After you turn the main switch ON, the lens
slightly extends and the lens cover opens. You are
now ready to shoot.
«”” HOW TO HOLD THE CAMERA
Hold the camera as still as possible and steady
it against your face. Depress the shutter release
button gently. (If too much force is applied, the
camera is likely to shake, and the picture will
be blurred.) If possible, brace your body
against a stable, stationary object such as a
wall. When using the flash with the camera po-
sitioned vertically, hold the camera so that the
flash is above the lens.
Notes:
* Do not hold the zoom lens because it moves
back and forth while in operation.
* Make sure not to obstruct the autofocus win-
dow, lens, light sensor window or the built-in
flash with your fingers, hair or other object.
OPERATING 38 — 80mm ZOOM LENS
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When you move the zooming lever to the right ( 8 ),
the lens moves towards the telephoto side. When you
move the zooming lever to the left ( 444 ), the lens
moves towards the wide angle side.
Note:
* The shutter cannot be released while the lens is
zooming.
*e Do not apply force to the zoom lens; do not place the
camera with lens facing downward.
TAKING PHOTOGRAPHS
After reading this instruction manuel you
should be familiar with the functions available
on the camera, and you're ready to insert the
film.
a7 FILM LOADING
1. Open the back cover as illustrated.
* Ensure the power is off before loading the
film.
2. Place the film cartridge in the film chamber
by fitting its flat side on top of the rewind
shaft first and then top end into the camera.
. Pull the film leader out far enough from the
cartridge to reach the take-up spool. Align
the tip of the film with the film leader end
mark O.
4. Close the back cover. The film automatically
advances to the first frame.
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Notes:
e Ensure the film is placed properly between
the film guides.
e If there is dirt on the film detector €, film
cannot be wound properly.
e Ensure the film is taut as illustrated on the il-
lustration to the left. Take up any slack in
the film by pushing it back into the cartridge.
e If the end of the film leader is extremely
bent, straighten it or cut off the bent portion.
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5. When [ | | appears in the exposure counter
on the LCD panel, the film automatically
stops winding. Ensure that [ { ] apears on the
LCD panel.
6. If EN blinks on the LCD panel, it means
that the film is not properly loaded. Reload
the film again.
e When the main switch is turned OFF, the
number of frames or | E ] indication will re-
main for 5 seconds on the LCD panel.
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Im and Film Speed Setting.
Use a DX coded film with ISO rating from
25 to 1600. When any of these films are
loaded, the proper film speed is automati-
cally set for the camera.
Non-DX coded films cannot be used. If non
DX-coded film is used, the camera automati-
cally set the film speed to ISO 25.
A film with ISO 400 film speed is recom-
mended to get less image blur and to cover
more of photographic situations.
Use high-speed films with ISO 800 or higher
mainly for shooting indoors or in dimly-lit
conditions.
Use of negative color film (print film) is rec-
ommended.
a VIEWFINDER DISPLAYS AND LAMP INDICATIONS
VIEWFINDER DISPLAYS
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© Autofocus frame
Center this frame over the subject.
@ Close distance compensation frame
When the camera-to-subject dis-
tance is less than 1m, compose the
scene within this frame.
©Picture area
When taking a normal picture,
compose the scene within this
frame.
Lighting up:
When you depress the shutter release
button halfway down, the green lamp
in the viewfinder lights up or blinks,
When the subject is in focus and the
the flash is fully charged, the green
lamp will light up to indicate that
you can take the picture.
If either the camera-to-subject dis-
tance is less than Im or the flash is
being charged, the green lamp will
blink and you cannot release the
shutter.
e While the lamp is blinking, you
cannot release the shutter.
e Ensure that the lamp is lit
continously before taking pictures.
* When the flash is being charged,
[ 4 1] on the LCD panel also
blinks.
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E TAKING PICTURES [Shooting distance: 0.6m (28) - > (infinity) )
1. Composing the scene
After zooming the lens and composing your
scene, center the autofocus frame over the
main subject.
2. Checking the lamp indication
When the shutter release button is depressed
halfway down, the camera focuses automati-
cally.
® The subject closer than 0.6m (2ft) cannot be
focused properly.
* The lamp blinks for one of the following rea-
sons.
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@ The subject is too close. Extend the camera-
to-subject-distance until the green lamp is lit
continuously.
O The flash is being charged. Lift your finger
from the shutter release button for a few sec-
ond until the flash is fully charged. Then de-
press the shutter release button again. When
the flash is being charged, [ 4 ] on the LCD
panel also blinks.
If you wish to focus on another subject, lift
your finger from the shutter release button,
recompose, and then depress the shutter re-
lease button halfway down again.
If the autofocus window is dirty, the
autofocus may not function properly.
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3. Shooting
Fuily depress the shutter release button.
Note:
* When the shutter is released, the self-timer
lamp momentarily lights up to indicate that
a picture has been taken.
Flash effective ranges (Nega-color film used)
Lens 1501 100 200 400
0.6 - 3.8m | 0.6 - 5.4m | 0.6 - 7.7m
38mm (446) \(9 0-12.5f0/(2.0-17.7ft)|(2.0-25.3f0
gomm (4) 0.6 - 2.0m | 0.6 - 2.8m | 0.6 - 3.9m
(2.0-6.6ft) | (2.0-9.2ft) [(2.0-12.8ft)
Automatic Flash Emission
When the shutter release button is depressed
halfway down in low light, the flash is auto-
matically charged and the lamp in the view-
finder light up and [ $ ] will appear on the
LCD panel indicating the flash is ready to dis-
charge.
The automatic flash emission is automati-
cally set when the main switch is turned on.
* When the built-in flash automatically dis-
charges, the camera uses a shutter speed of
approx. 1/7/45 sec. when the ISO400 film is
used.
Red-eye Reduction Flash Function
This camera incorporates a red-eye reduction
function which lights up the self-timer lamp for
approx. 1 second before the flash is discharged.
For setting the red-eye reduction flash func-
tion, see page 20.
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«’” FOCUS LOCK SHOOTING
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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 center of the viewfinder, use the
focus-lock technique. (Focus lock is the func-
tion to lock focus on an off-center subject.)
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1. Focus on the subject with the autofocus
frame | (J |.
2. When the shutter release button is depressed
halfway down, the green lamp in the view-
finder lights up and the exposure and focus
are temporarily locked.
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 another subject near the actual
one and equidistant from the lens. Subjects
which may fool the autofocus system in-
clude:
a) Black or very dark objects, which don’t re-
3. While holding the shutter release button flect much light (and therefore don’t re-
halfway, re-aim the camera or recompose the ~ flect infrared autofocus beams.)
picture, then release the shutter by depress- b) Wire netting, latticework, iron exercise-
ing the shutter release button all the way. bars, etc.
c) Flickering light sources such as neon
Note: signs, fluorescent lamps, TV images, sun-
° You can release the focus lock simply by lift- light coming through trees, etc. and sub-
ing your finger from the shutter release but- jects illuminated by these light sources.
ton. d) Glossy and reflective surfaces like glass,
mirror, car bodies, etc.
e) Fast-moving objects, like trains or auto-
mobiles in motion.
f) Water jets, water surface, smoke, flame,
fireworks, etc. which have no distinct or
consistent form, or a subject in mist.
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1. Rewinding the film
After you have exposed the last frame of the
roll, the lens retracts and the film rewinds auto-
matically. After rewinding, the motor stops,
and [0 { blinks as shown to indicate that the
film has been rewound.
* [3] blinks for approx. 5 sec. after the whole
film roll is rewound.
* A 24-exposure roll of film takes about 20 sec-
onds to be rewound.
* The entire roll of film including the film
leader is always rewound into the cartridge
to prevent any part of the film being exposed
18° lıght.
2. Unloading the film
To unload the film, open the back cover, and
remove the cartridge from the chamber by pull-
ing the top out first .
Notes:
* Never open the back cover until the whole
film roll is rewound.
* The shutter may be released a frame or two
even after the specified number of frames
have been used up as indicated by the num-
ber of shots shown on the film cartridge. If
this occurs, these extra frames may be lost in
processing,
Rewinding a film in mid-roll ¢ The lens retracts and then film rewinding
If you wish to unload a film before exposing all starts.
the frames, push the mid-roll rewind button * When rewind is completed, the motor stops
with the protrusion part of the strap clamp. and [0 ] blinks, indicating that the back
cover may be opened safely.
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HOW TO SELECT MODES. RED-EYE
TAKING BETTER PHOTOGRAPHS Row iQ SELECT MODES |
To set various exposure modes, depress the mode button @. The mode selection will change each
time that the mode button is depressed.
Auto Daylight- Slow-Shutter Slow-speed- Backlight a Bulb Bulb-sync
Sync speed sync compensation
(Flash-OFF) photography
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B B
Turn the power on by depressing the main switch button.
* To set various required modes, depress the button @, each time.
* In any exposure mode, if the button @ is depressed after the shut-
ter is released, the normal exposure mode is returned .
To set shooting modes, depress the drive button @.
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Single-Frame Self-Timer
Red-Eye Reduction Flash Function shooting shooting
To reduce the red-eye phenomenon in the picture, depress the red-eye reduction flash button [@ |]
@. With this mode, the self-timer lamp lights up for approx. 1 second just before the main flash is
discharged to reduce the appearance of the red-eye effect. To cancel this mode, depress the red-eye
reduction button again.
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DAYLIGHT — SYNC SHOOTING
Depress the mode
button until the
[ % ] symbol ap-
pears on the LCD
panel. The flash
will discharge in
both dark and bright conditions. When a por-
trait 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.
Note:
e Make sure youre within the flash effective
range even when you use the built- in flash as
a fill-in flash in daylight. See page 15.
With Daylight-Sync
TAKING A PICTURES AT A SLOW SHUTTER SPEED
Slow Shutter
Speed (Flash-
OFF)
Depress the mode
button until the
[DE] symbol
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. 1/3 sec-
ond. Use it in places where the flash photogra-
phy is prohibited, such as in theaters and
museums. Furthermore, this mode is also use-
ful for a natural existing light effect in low am-
bient photography.
Slow-Speed-
Sync Shooting
| (Flash-On)
Depress the mode
button to set the
slow-shutter-sync
mode until the [4 EB] symbol appears on the
LCD panel. It is possible to photograph sub-
jects and background in a balanced way (as
shown in the photo) by using the built-in flash
to properly expose the foreground subject and
a slow-speed to expose the low light back-
ground.
Notes:
* When shooting in low light, the shutter speed
gets slower, and camera shake is likely to
blur your picture. Use of a tripod is recom-
mended.
* Make sure you are within the flash effective
range even when you use the built-in flash as
a fill-in flash in daylight. See page 15.
BACKLIGHT COMPENSATION
Purpose
Indoor portraits
against an outside
window, blue sky
or other bright
‘backgrounds
often result in underexposure because the expo-
sure is automatically set for the background.
Backlight Compensation makes good use of
natural lighting to improve the balance of light
between the subject and the rest of the picture.
How to Set
Depress the Mode Button until the [| $ E ]
symbol appears on the LCD panel.
Note:
* When using Backlight Compensation in a
dimly-lit place, the shutter speed may be so
slow that you should use a tripod to prevent
camera shake,
With Backlight Compensation
BULB, BULB— SYNC SHOOTING
Bulb Mode [PB]
Purpose
The shutter re-
mains open as
long as the shut-
ter release button
is held down. This mode is useful for long ex-
posures required for shooting fireworks and
night scenes, for example.
How to Set
Depress the mode button until [ ® B! appears
on the LCD panel.
Note:
The camera should be mounted on a tripod so
that the camera will be steady.
Bulb-Sync
Mode Ts В!
Purpose
This mode lets
you use the flash
in addition to the
Bulb mode, so you can take a portrait photo-
graph with a night scene in the background, for
example.
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Bulb mode, approx. 3 sec. (ISO100)
How to Set
Deprees the mode button until [ + B ] appears
on the LCD panel.
Notes:
* Make sure you're within the flash effective
range even when the Bulb-Sync Mode is in
used. See page 15.
* The camera should be mounted on a tripod
so that the camera will be steady.
SELF — TIMER PHOTOGRAPHY
Self-Timer
Purpose
Use the self-timer
if you wish to get
in the picture.
Use of a tripod is
recommended.
How to Use
e Depress the drive button until [© | appears
on the LCD panel.
Focus on the subject first by depressing the
shutter release button halfway, and then de-
press the shutter button fully.
How to Cancel
* To stop the self-timer operation at any time
after it's been activated, push the main
switch again.
e When the self-timer is working, the lamp
lights up for approximately 7 seconds and
then will start blinking 3 seconds before the
shutter is released, letting you know when to
smile.
Notes on the self-timer shooting
* Use of a triod is recommended.
* Keep in mind that when starting the Self-
Timer while standing in front of the camera,
the camera may not focus on the subject.
* When you want to use the flash with the self-
timer, ensure that the lamp is lit indicating
the flash has been charged before operating
the self-timer.
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DATE MODEL
If you purchased the DATE model, read this
section. The DATE model records dates up to
the year 2019 on pictures.
Switching the Mode
Press the MODE button € with your finger,
the mode on the LCD panel switches as shown
in the chart.
Notes:
e “----” indicates no data will be imprinted.
* “M” on the LCD panel indicates “Month”.
* Use the strap clamp's protrusion to depress
the SELECT @ and ADJUST © buttons.
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* The date in the picture above is
simulated.
Correcting the date
1.
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Depress the SELECT button @ to make a
different category of digits on the LCD panel
that you want to change blink.
. Depress the ADJUST button O 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 ad-
vance digits continuously.
. After the data has been adjusted, depress the
SELECT button € each time until blinking
stops.
Depress the SELECT button @ each time.
The bar mark ( —) appears on the LCD
panel, indicating that data imprinting
choices are possible.
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 depress the SELECT button
O to make the “ : ” blink. Then depress the
ADJUST button © in sync with a time sig-
nal.
If you release the shutter while the blinking
data is being corrected, the data cannot be
imprinted.
Operational precautions
The data on the LCD panel @ is imprinted on
each frame you expose.
e “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, indi-
cating the data has been imprinted.
e If there is a white or yellow object in the cor-
ner of the picture where the data is im-
printed, the data may be difficult to read.
When composing your photographs, try to
avoid brightly-colored subjects in that cor-
ner.
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BATTERY EXHAUSTION WARNING LOADING >
REPLACING BATTERY Use one 3V lithium battery (CR-123A or DL-123A).
Battery exhaustion warning
When the battery is nearly exhausted, the battery
symbol : {| | appears on the LCD panel to warn
you. Replace the battery as soon as possible. When
[ À | starts blinking, no operations can be per-
formed.
Battery life (using 24-exposure film rolls):
Approx. 15 rolls
Using flash 50% of the time (using the CR123A
battery and under Pentax testing conditions).
Actual battery life performance may vary drasti-
cally depending on usage of Auto-Focus, Power
Zoom, Flash and external conditions such as tem-
perature and freshness of the battery.
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4 1
Ensure that the power is off before replacing the
battery.
1. Open the battery chamber cover by using the
strap clamp’s protrusion.
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с
2. Insert one lithium battery with the plus / minus
(+ —) sides matching the indications in the
battery compartment.
Notes on replacing the battery:
* Ensure that the power is off before replacing
the battery.
* After the battery is replaced, correct the time
and date.
3. Close the battery chamber cover. Ensure that
the cover is locked with a click.
* Tf the battery is correctly loaded, the zoom lens
moves slightly and the motor operates for a few
seconds.
* On the DATE MODEL, the data is initialized
when the battery chamber cover is opened.
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PRACTICAL SHOOTING GUIDE
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Taking a portrait when the subject is in the shade. ----------- === e 0000 00000 p.21
, Taking a picture of people with sunset scenery in the background. ---:----e=e=....... p.22
| Taking a picture of people with night scenery in the background. <<<"... о p.24
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Making a subject larger or smaller. =rracisraanerearmena =Ereomironredeconoedanda nEermranTaNvannEódarmoaao p.9 |
30
al Taking pictures of people in various situations
Taking a portrait when the subject is in the shade.
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Taking a picture of people with sunset scenery in the background, +----==e=eee p.22
Taking a picture of people with night scenery in the background. 948er p.22
Putting yourself into a picture. e nasnasrtcastanibartrcerarticoarenraaracrtanrvzerrancarrevrcaonrvcaarv p.25
+4 Landscape photography
Taking a picture of people with sunset scenery in the background. co p.22
Taking a picture of night scenery. sdorivrarasrrroacoro=erararaecanemorccronommacaran taco rer" p.24
Taking a picture of people with night scenery in the background. +++ p.24
? | Others
| Imprinting date on a picture. ercoresorancoresccrcavtarecr recon titan tcnrranveciaareErarerricarecos p.26
31
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
6.
Is the battery exhausted? Replace it or insert new battery
if it is exhausted. See page 28.
Is [0] blinking on the LCD panel? If so, the film has
been used up. Insert a new roll. (See page 10.)
2. My printed pictures don't look
very clear.
Did you position the autofocus frame on your subject?
See page 14.
Did you obstruct the autofocus window with your fingers,
hair or other object when you depress the shutter release
button? See page 8.
Is the autofocus window dirty? Wipe it off. See page 14.
3. Zoom lens retracted automati-
cally (the power is turned off
automatically)
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Did you leave the camera unused for over 3 minutes after
the main switch was turned on? The power is automati-
cally switched off if the camera is left unused for over 3
minutes. See page 7.
Symptoms
Causes and Remedies
4. The flash discharges, though it is
not dark.
e Daylight sync mode has been set. See page 21.
5. The [H] or [U] mark is dis-
played on the LCD panel.
e If either mark disappears when the zoom lever is moved,
the camera is ready for use. The camera may be defective
if either mark appears often.
tions and may be used in its usual
If the camera is placed in a condition where static electricity may be discharged on or near the
camera, the LCD display may go blank. If this happens, press the main switch again, or reset the
camera by removing the battery and reinserting it again. The camera will resume normal opera-
ways.
Flash effective ranges other than ISO 100, 200 or 400 (Nega-color film used)
ISO
Lens 23
50 800 1600
38mm ( 444 ) 20-6210
0.6-2.7m 0.8*-11.0m 1.2 *-15.5т
(2.0-8.9ft) | (2.6*-36.1ft) | (3.9*-51.0ft)
0.6-1.0m
80mm C * )| 0338)
0.6-1.4m 0.6-5.5m 0.6-7.8m
(2.0-4.6ft) (2.0-18.0ft) | (2.0-25.6ft)
* With high speed film, overexposure may occur at close range due to the film’s high speed.
33
SPECIFICATIONS
Type:
Film:
Format:
Film loading:
Film winding:
Film rewinding:
Frame number:
Lens:
Focusing system:
Zooming:
Shutter:
Self-timer:
Viewfinder:
35mm fully automatic leaf-shutter with built-in zoom lens and auto flash
Auto film speed setting with 35mm perforated DX-coded film with ISO rating
from 25-1600 (1EV step). Non-DX coded films are automatically set to ISO25
24 x 36mm
Auto film loading. Closing the back cover will automatically wind the film to
first exposure.
Auto film-winding, single frame advance mode.
Auto start at the end of roll. Auto stop upon completion of rewinding.
Rewinding time:approx. 20 sec. with 24-exposure film. Rewinding in mid-roll
provided. Rewinding in mid-roll provided.
Automatic readout of successive frame numbers in ascending order when
shooting, and descending order when rewinding.
Pentax power zoom 38-80mm f/4.8-9.5 5 elements in 5 groups, Angle of
view: 59° — 30.5".
Pentax infrared active autofocusing with focus lock, Range: 0.6m(2ft)-infinity.
Maximum magnification approx. 1,/6.5X. Focus lock is provided.
Electronic zoom
Programmed AE electronic shutter with speed approx.1 320-173 sec. Bulb.
Electromagnetic release.
Electronic red lamp indication. Approx.10 sec. Cancellation after activation is
possible.
Albada-bright frame. 83% of field of view ratio. Magnification: 0.38X (38mm
WIDE) - 0.69X (80mm TELE), Picture frame, Close distance compensation
frame, Green lamp lighting ( © ): possible to take a picture, Green lamp blink-
ing: When subject is too close and “or flash is being charged.
Exposure control:
Backlight compensation:
Flash:
Flash effective range:
Flash recycling time:
Battery source:
Battery life:
Size & Weight:
DATE model:
Date mechanism:
Imprinting mode:
Size & Weight:
Programmed auto-exposure control. Range: EVIO-EV17 at 38mm
WIDE,EV11.5-EV18.5 at 80mm TELE in Auto or Daylight-Synch mode (ISO
400), EV8.0-EV17 at 38mm WIDE EV8.0-EV18.5 at 80mm in Slow-Shutter-
Speed mode, |
+ 1.5EV
Built-in flash with red-eye reduction mode, Automatic flash emission in low-
luminance, Flash ON =Day-light Synch, Slow-Shutter-Speed Sync (up to
1,73 sec.), Flash-OFF = Flash override, Bulb-Sync,
0.6-7.7m (38mm WIDE), 0.6-3.9m (80mm TELE) (ISO 400 film used).
Approx. 5 sec. under Pentax testing conditions.
One 3V lithium battery CR123A or the equivalent
Approx. 15 rolls of 24-exposure film when 50% of shooting uses flash (under
Pentax testing conditions)
134(W)x 74(H)x 51.5(D)mm (5.3"x2.9"x2.0") 245g(8.60z) without battery
Crystal quartz controlled; LCD with digital clock, auto calendar up to 2019.
“Year,Month and Day”, “Day,Hour and Minutes”, *---- blank”, “Month, Day
and Year” or “Day, Month and Year”.
134(W)x 74(H)x 55(D)mm (5.37 x2.9 x2.2”) 250g(8.80z) without battery
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME WITHOUT NOTIFICATION OR
ANY OBLIGATION ON THE PART OF THE MANUFACTURER.
35
WARRANTY POLICY
All Pentax cameras purchased through author-
tized bona fide photographic distribution chan-
nels are guaranteed against defects of material
or workmanship for a period of twelve months
from date of purchase. Service will be rendered,
and defective parts will be replaced without
cost to you within that period, provided the
equipment does not show evidence of impact,
sand or liquid damage, mishandling, tamper-
ing, battery or chemical corrosion, operation
contrary to operating instructions, or modifica-
tion by an unauthorized repair shop. The
manufacturer or its authorized representatives
shall not be liable for any repair or alterations
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 consequen-
tial 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 ex-
pressed or implied, is strictly limited to the re-
placement of parts as herein before provided.
No refunds will be made on repairs performed
by non-authorized Pentax service facilities.
36
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 representative of the manufacturer in your
country, send the equipment to the manufac-
turer, with postage prepaid. 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 warranty period, regular handling
and servicing fees maybe charged by the manu-
facturer’s representatives in that country.
Notwithstanding this, your Pentax returned to
the manufacturer will be serviced free of
charge according to this procedure and war-
ranty policy.
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 required, 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 send-
ing it to the manufacture’s authorized represen-
tatives 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 su-
persede this warranty policy. Therefore, we rec-
ommend that you review the warranty card
supplied with your product at the time of pur-
chase, or contact the PENTAX distributor in
your country for more information and to re-
ceive a copy of the warranty policy.
LCD (Liquid-crystal display)
e When the LCD is exposed to high tempera-
tures over about 60°C, it may blacken, but
when the temperature normalizes, it will re-
turn to normal.
* The LCD may also slow down in response to
lower temperatures, but this is a normal
characteristic of an LCD.
What is the red-eye phenomenon in flash pho-
tography |
When a picture is taken using a flash, a sub-
ject's eye may appear red in the print. This phe-
nomenon is caused by the reflection of the
electronic flash in the retina. It can be reduced
when the surroundings of the subjects are
brightened, or shooting distance is shortened or
by employing the red-eye reduction flash fea-
ture.
37
FOR YOUR REFERENCE, KEEP
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