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NOTE
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This camera will not function without a battery.
Use one 3V lithium battery(CR-123A or DL-123A).
The lens cap automatically opens when the Power button is turned on.
Do not open the lens cap with your fingers.
The shutter does not operate in the following circumstances:
• When the camera has no battery or when the battery is almost drained.
• When the Power is turned off.(When the lens cap is closed.)
• When the zoom button is operating or when the film is winding or rewinding.
(Rewinding will stop when the shutter button is pressed during rewinding.)
• When the film remains in the camera after rewinding.
• When the flash is being charged.
This camera is controlled electronically by a built-in microcomputer. Although unlikely, it may fail
to operate under certain circumstances in which there is a strong electromagnetic field (near a
TV, microwave etc.). If this occurs, please remove the lithium battery and replace after 2~3
minutes.
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CONTENTS
Thank you for purchasing the SAMSUNG camera. Please read this manual before using your camera.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREPARATION
Part names ................................................................................. 4
LCD panel ...................................................................................7
Viewfinder and Indicators ...........................................................8
Loading the battery .....................................................................9
Checking the battery .................................................................10
Loading the film .........................................................................11
Attaching the strap ....................................................................12
Using the camera.......................................................................13
Holding the camera ..................................................................14
Taking pictures ..........................................................................15
Adjusting the diopter .................................................................16
Buzzer operation .......................................................................17
TAKING PHOTOS
Rewinding the film ....................................................................18
Date and caption (Q.D. model only) ........................................ 19
Using the flash mode ................................................................21
Using the shooting mode .........................................................22
Using the self mode ..................................................................23
Auto red-eye reduction .............................................................24
Auto flash ..................................................................................25
Flash off .....................................................................................26
Fill-in flash .................................................................................26
Fill-in flash and red-eye reduction ............................................27
Bulb shooting(B Shutter) ..........................................................28
Flash off & bulb shooting(B Shutter) ........................................29
Snap shooting ...........................................................................30
Portrait zoom .............................................................................31
Continuous shooting .................................................................32
Spot shooting ............................................................................33
Landscape shooting .................................................................34
Using the focus lock ..................................................................35
Self-timer ...................................................................................36
Double self-timer .......................................................................37
2 second delayed shutter release ............................................38
Remote control shooting(Option) .............................................39
Replacing the battery of the remote control(Option) ....................40
Macro photography ...................................................................41
Panorama photography ............................................................42
IMPORTANT NOTES
Care and storage ......................................................................43
Trouble shooting .......................................................................44
SPECIFICATIONS
Checking the camera ...............................................................47
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PART NAMES
PREPARATION
Front / Top
Autofocus window
LCD panel
Power button
Shooting mode dial
Shutter button
Flash button
(Flash mode selection button)
Buzzer ON/OFF button
Self mode button
DATE or TIME button
(Date and Caption selection button)
Remote control sensor
(Q.D. Model only)
Exposure sensor
Lens
Viewfinder
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Flash
Self-timer lamp
Rear / Bottom
Autofocus indicator(Green LED)
Flash indicator(Red LED)
Viewfinder
Diopter adjustment dial
Normal/Panorama switch
Zoom Button(WIDE)
Zoom Button(TELE)
Strap eyelet
Tripod socket
Film check window
Mid-roll rewind button
Back cover release button
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Interior
Back cover
Film pressure plate
Film pressure roller
Spool
Film sensor
DX contacts
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LCD PANEL
Self-timer(
Slow shutter sync(
Red-eye reduction(
/P.36)
/P.26)
/P.24)
Month
Bulb shooting(B Shutter)(BULB /P.28)
Year
Remote control shooting( /P.39)
Focal length unit(mm)
Seconds(s)
Focal length
Exposure counter
Date(Year, Month, Date, Time)
Caption Letter indicator
2 sec. delayed shutter release( /P.38)
Double self-timer(
/P.37)
Buzzer indicator(
/P.17)
Spot shooting(
/P.33)
Snap shooting(SNAP/P.30)
Portrait zoom( /P.31)
Continuous shooting(
/P.32)
Film present indicator
Battery condition indicator
Landscape shooting(
/P 34)
Exposure unit(EX)
Film rewinding indicator
Back-cover open indicator
Film loading failure warning indicator(E)
Film loading indicator
Date or caption print mark
NOTE
For more information regarding the mark, refer to the pages in (
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When the back-light control function is selected, the flash will operate regardless of ambient lighting conditions.
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VIEWFINDER AND INDICATORS
Viewfinder
Close range picture area mark
- WIDE : Optimum picture area when shoot within 0.6m~1.2 m
- TELE : Optimum picture area when shoot within 0.9m ~ 3m
Picture area frame
- WIDE : Optimum picture area when shoot over 1.2 m
- TELE : Optimum picture area when shoot over 3m
Autofocus frame (Focus on the subject with this frame)
Indicators
Green
AF
Red
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1. Autofocus Indicator (Green LED)
When illuminated this confirms that conditions are suitable for picture taking.
When the subject is too close, (within 0.6m (1.97ft), the LED will blink rapidly and the
shutter will lock. (Refer to page 17 for information of buzzer operation)
The Auto Macro mode will be selected when the subject is within the range (0.6m ~
1.2m). At this point the LED will blink slowly.
2. Flash Indicator (Red LED)
Illuminates when the flash is fully charged. (In low light conditions)
Blinks rapidly when the flash is being charged. (Shutter will be locked)
It blinks quickly if you are out of the range.
Blinks slowly to indicate that the camera requires steady support (preferably a tripod) to
avoid camera shake.
LOADING THE BATTERY
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2
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3
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1. Open the chamber cover by sliding the battery chamber cover.
2. Insert a new battery and ensure it is placed in the correct position.
3. Close the chamber cover.
NOTE
Use one CR-123A or DL-123A battery.
The camera will automatically turn the power off when not used after 3 minutes.
Remove the battery from the camera when the camera is not used for an extended period.
Be sure to check the date and shooting mode when you load a new battery.
If the date or time is incorrect, please refer to page 19 and adjust accordingly.
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CHECKING THE BATTERY
You can check the battery life on the LCD panel
1. Normal operation
- The battery condition indicator does not appear.
2. The indicator appears half way.
- The battery life is low and you should ensure that a replacement battery is available.
3. The indicator blinks.
- The battery is exhausted. Load a new battery.
NOTE
Do not remove the battery while the camera is operating, because it may cause the camera to malfunction.
Battery performance is reduced in low temperatures (under -10 (14 ));Try to keep the camera warm
between shots. (The battery will operate normally again when the temperature returns to
normal).
Please dispose of the exhausted battery with care.
Some local authorities may require batteries to be disposed of separately from other refuse.
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LOADING THE FILM
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1. Open the back cover by sliding the release knob as shown above.
2. Insert a roll of film in the chamber. Do not force the film into position.
3. The film should lie flat.
4. Close the back cover. It will close with a “click”.
5. The film will automatically advance until the film counter reads “1”.
6. If a film is loaded incorrectly, the LCD panel will display an “E” warning signal. (Refer to page 17 for
information of buzzer operation) Reload the film following the steps shown above.
NOTE
The camera automatically adjusts for ISO 50-3200 DX film.
When you use non-DX film, the camera will set the film speed at ISO 100.
Load the film in subdued lighting.
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ATTACHING THE STRAP
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Refer to the illustrations above.
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USING THE CAMERA
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Press the Power button to turn the power on. The indicators will appear on the LCD panel.
If the camera is not used for 3 minutes, the power will be turned off automatically.
While looking through the viewfinder, aim the camera at the subject and operate the zoom buttons.
Press the
(Tele) button to move the lens out and press the
(Wide) button to move the lens
in .
During this operation, the LCD panel shows the focal lengths in the following sequence : 38, 45, 60,
70, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120, 130, 145, 155, 170 mm.
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HOLDING THE CAMERA
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In order to avoid camera shake, hold the camera
steady, especially when using longer focal lengths
(Tele).
Place the camera strap over your wrist.
Both elbows (horizontal picture) or one elbow (vertical
picture) should be held close to your body.
Keep your eye close to the viewfinder when using the
camera. This ensures correct framing. Ensure you
can see all four sides of the viewing frame when
composing your shot.
NOTE
Avoid obstructing the lens when you take a picture. Pictures can be spoiled when a finger, hair or
camera strap falls in front of the Lens, Exposure Sensor or Auto-focus Windows.
When you take vertical pictures with flash, the flash should be above the lens.
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TAKING PICTURES
Aim the Autofocus frame at a subject.(Refer to page 8)
Press the Shutter button half way down. The lens is focused when the green
lamp turns on.
If a subject is between 0.6m (1.97ft) and 1.2m (3.94ft), the green lamp blinks
slowly and Macro mode is set automatically.
If a subject is within 0.6m (1.97ft), the green lamp blinks quickly to indicate that
the subject is too close and the shutter is locked. Ensure that the camera/subject
distance is 0.6m or more.
Press the Shutter button all the way down to take a picture.
The film will automatically advance after shooting and the frame counter will advance.
NOTE
When the flash is being charged, the flash indicator (
AUTO ) on the LCD
panel blinks and the shutter will not operate.
When the Red LED blinks slowly, use a tripod or support the camera to avoid camera shake.
In order to avoid camera shake, hold the camera steadily and press the Shutter
button gently, particularly when using longer focal lengths.(Tele)
After taking pictures, turn off the camera. This will protect the lens and prevent
unintended shots. (If not used for 3 minutes, the camera will turn off automatically).
In such a case, the power will be turn off with zoom lens move into the camera
automatically while the Shutter button is operate. If this occur, please turn the
power on and take a picture again.
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ADJUSTING THE DIOPTER
Select the maximum zoom setting and turn the diopter adjustment
dial until the viewfinder display becomes clear.
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BUZZER OPERATION
The buzzer function can be selected by Buzzer ON/OFF
button and it will operate only if the buzzer mark appears
on the LCD panel.
According to the function, the buzzer sound is as follows.
Buzzer sound
Function
Peek
1 long beep
Selection
Warning
3 short beeps
3 short beeps
3 long beeps
Application
When you press Flash, Self, Buzzer button
When Mode Dial is changed
When Mode Dial is not selected with Auto after the power is turned on
Warning
When hand shake is detected
Warning/Error When AF Lock (shorter than minimum shooting range) occurs
When a film is loaded incorrectly
When you press Tele/Wide button in the SNAP mode
In case of shooting beyond the scope of flash range.
(Refer to page 21. The function of Auto Flash zoom compensation)
Completion When the rewinding is completely finished
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REWINDING THE FILM
TAKING PHOTOS
1. Automatic rewinding
After taking all the pictures on a roll of film, the camera will automatically
rewind the film. The motor stops when the rewinding is completed.
When the rewinding is completed, the icon (
) will blink. After 5
seconds the icon will no longer be displayed. You may remove the film
at this point.(Refer to page 17 for information of buzzer operation)
2. Mid-roll rewinding
Rewind button
To rewind the film in the middle of a roll, press the Mid-roll rewind button.
The film will be completely rewound, ready for processing. You will not
be able to reload the film.
NOTE
If you press the Shutter button during film rewinding, the rewinding is
interrupted until the Shutter button is released.
If the motor stops before the LCD shows “0”, replace the battery. Do not
open the back cover until the battery is replaced.
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DATE AND CAPTION (Q.D.MODEL ONLY)
Use the DATE button to control "Date" and "Caption"
1. Changing "Date" format or selecting the caption
<No print>
Press the DATE button to select one of the different formats.
(Refer to the left sequences)
The "PRINT" mark on the LCD panel will blink during the print.
2. Date Zone
<Year-Month-Day>
<Month-Day-Year>
<Day-Month-Year>
<Normal picture>
<Day-Hour-Minute>
<Panorama shot>
NOTE
Under certain circumstances, the date will not print on the final frame of a film.
<Selecting caption print>
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3. Changing the date setting
To change the date or time, press and hold down the DATE button for 2
seconds. The first sector of the date format will blink.
To select the sector that you want to change, press the DATE button.
Change the date setting by operating Zoom buttons. TELE button to increase,
WIDE button to decrease.
NOTE
Example:
This camera will set the date automatically until 2098.
1999 –> “99”
A year mark will be indicated by the last 2 digits on the LCD
2000 –> “00”
panel. It will be indicated by 4 digits on the picture.
Under these circumstances the camera will operate as normal. 2001 –> “01”
4. Selecting the caption print
When the LCD panel shows "CP-1"(refer to the previous picture ), you can select
one of seven captions as follows :
MESSAGE CAPTIONS
To change the captions, operate the zoom
buttons.("T" or "W")
CP-1 I LOVE YOU!
When caption Mode is selected, message caption
CP-2 A HAPPY BIRTHDAY
will appear on the LCD panel in order.
CP-3 THANK YOU
NOTE
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CP-4 CONGRATULATIONS
CP-5 A HAPPY NEW YEAR
The camera will print either a date or a caption. You
CP-6 MERRY X-MAS
cannot select both date and caption on the same
CP-7 HELLO!
picture. (The caption is printed on the date zone).
Remember to reset the date and time after changing
the battery.
USING THE FLASH MODE
You can select the flash mode by pressing the FLASH button.
<Red-eye reduction>
<Auto flash>
<Flash off>
<Flash off&Bulb shooting>
<Bulb shooting>
<Fill-in flash>
<Fill-in flash&Red-eye reduction>
NOTE
After you shoot once with the Bulb shooting mode
or Flash off & Bulb shooting mode, the camera will
return to normal mode automatically.
In case of the "Auto Flash" function, the camera will
retain the mode even though the camera is turned off.
When you turn on the camera, check the LCD panel.
THE FUNCTION OF AUTO FLASH ZOOM
COMPENSATION
The zoom mode can be changed from TELE to WIDE when
the shot mode is on normal shot mode A or on SPOT shot
mode under the condition of flash radiation.(Red-eye
reduction, Auto Flash, Fill-in Flash) The zoom operates
automatically to prevent the pictures from getting too dark.
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USING THE SHOOTING MODE
You can select the shooting mode by turning the dial clockwise or counter-clockwise.
The lamp beside Mode Dial indicates the mode according to the rotation of the dial.
Lamp
<Normal photography>
<CONTINUOUS shooting>
< LANDSCAPE shooting>
<SPOT shooting>
<PORTRAIT shooting>
<SNAP shooting>
NOTE
After shooting, the shooting mode will remain selected until another mode is chosen.
This lamp will not light up if the brightness is LV14 or more.
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USING THE SELF MODE
You can select the self mode by pressing the SELF button.
<Normal photography>
<Self-timer>
<Double self-timer>
<Remote control shooting>
NOTE
With the "Non Q.D. model", the "Remote
control shooting" mode does not appear on
the LCD panel.
After using the "2 sec. Delayed Shutter
Release" or "Remote Control Shooting"
modes, the camera will remain in that
mode, until a new selection is made.
<2 sec. delayed shutter release>
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AUTO AUTO RED-EYE REDUCTION
In low light conditions, the flash will automatically fire to obtain a suitable
exposure.
You can decrease the red-eye phenomenon automatically when taking a
portrait picture in low light.
NOTE
<Auto flash>
<With red-eye reduction>
The red-eye reduction mode dramatically reduce the possible red-eye effect by emitting rapid pre-flash
to shrink the subject s pupils before the main flash fires.
Do not allow the subject to move until the main flash has fired.
Shooting beyond the scope of the flash range will induce the activation of the buzzer and the zoom lens.
(applied to the cases of normal shot mode A, SPOT shot mode)
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AUTO AUTO FLASH
Select the Auto Mode by pressing the FLASH button 1 times.
Auto flash mode activates the flash by measuring the brightness of the object.
Flash will not engage when the shooting object is too bright.
NOTE
Shooting under poor light might cause the eyes to appear red in the pictures.
The red-eye reduction mode will be engaged automatically under poor lighted
area.
Once the Auto Flash Mode is selected, it will remain active even when it is
turned off. (but)When you change the battery, the mode will be set to red-eye
reduction.
Shooting beyond the scope of the flash range will induce the activation
of the buzzer and the zoom lens.
In case of the "Auto Flash" function, the camera will retain the mode even
though the camera is turned off. When you turn on the camera, check the
LCD panel.
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OFF FLASH OFF
Select this mode by pressing the FLASH button twice.
Use this mode when you want to take pictures without flash.
NOTE
When using the Flash Off function, you may need to use a tripod to avoid
camera shake.
FILL-IN FILL-IN FLASH
Select this mode by pressing the FLASH button 3 times.
When the main subject is in shadow and the surrounding light conditions are
too strong for the auto-flash to engage, the fill-in flash allows you to expose
the subject correctly.
NOTE
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When using this mode, the flash fires regardless of the brightness of the subject
and background.
Shooting beyond the scope of
the flash range will induce the
activation of the buzzer and the
zoom lens. (applied to the cases
of normal shot mode A, SPOT
shot mode)
FILL-IN FILL-IN FLASH AND RED-EYE REDUCTION
Select this mode by pressing the FLASH button 4 times.
Use this mode when you take a picture of a person in low light condition.
NOTE
Use a tripod to avoid camera shake.
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BULB
AUTO BULB SHOOTING (B SHUTTER)
To shoot subjects that require an extended shutter speed shooting such as
Portrait in fireworks and night scenes, use this mode (Bulb shooting) by
pressing the Flash button 5 times.
The shutter remains open as long as the shutter button is depressed.
The time selected is shown on the LCD panel and the maximum time is 60
seconds.
NOTE
Use this mode only in low light.
To avoid camera shake, use a tripod.
To prevent of over-exposure from the high brightness, the Bulb shooting
mode will not operate even though the mode is selected.
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FLASH OFF & BULB SHOOTING (B SHUTTER)
To shoot subjects that require an extended shutter speed shooting such as
fireworks and night scenes, use this mode (Flash off & Bulb shooting) by
pressing the Flash button 6 times.
The shutter remains open as long as the shutter button is depressed. The
time selected is shown on the LCD panel and the maximum time is 60
seconds.
NOTE
Use this mode only in low light.
To avoid camera shake, use a tripod.
To prevent of over-exposure from the high brightness, the Bulb shooting
mode will not operate even though the mode is selected.
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AUTO SNAP SHOOTING
Select SNAP mode by turning Mode Dial .
Use this mode when taking a picture of active subjects such as children or
pets. (They are difficult to focus on)
When you select this mode, the camera will set the wide position (38mm)
and the focus is fixed.
If you depress the shutter button continuously, the camera will take a
sequence of shots.
NOTE
The subject must be within the range 1.4m ~ 6m (4.6ft ~ 19.7ft).
Tele/Wide will not operate in the SNAP mode. (Refer to page 17 for the
information of buzzer operation)
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AUTO PORTRAIT ZOOM
Select this mode by turning Mode Dial .
Use this mode to maintain a constant subject size within the frame, even though
the distance to a subject may vary.
Position your subject in the centre of the viewfinder and press the shutter button
half-way. The zoom will operate automatically to attain the optimum shot.
Press the shutter button fully to take a picture.
<Normal mode>
<Portrait zoom>
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AUTO CONTINUOUS SHOOTING
Select this mode by turning Mode Dial .
Use this mode to take a sequence of pictures.
As long as you press the shutter button, the camera will continue to take
pictures.
NOTE
If flash is required, the time between shots will be increased due to the flash
recycling.
The flash does not fire if no film is loaded (except for "Fill-in Flash" mode).
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AUTO SPOT SHOOTING
Use this mode when photographing a specific subject in a situation where the
camera may have difficulty in focusing.
Certain subjects, such as a person in a crowd, can be difficult to photograph.
This mode enables you to have your specific subject clear, even when
surrounded by other subjects in the picture.
Select SPOT mode by turning Mode Dial
The camera focuses on the subject in the spot shooting focus frame.
NOTE
Shooting beyond the scope of the flash range will induce the activation of the
buzzer and the zoom lens. (Applicable in Red-Eye Reduction, Fill-in Flash,
and Auto Flash.)
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LANDSCAPE SHOOTING
If you can t shoot clearly distant subjects through a window, use this
mode by turning Mode Dial to LANDSCAPE mode and pressing the
LANDSCAPE button.
NOTE
With this mode, the flash does not fire.
Use a tripod to avoid camera shake in low light conditions.
When LANDSCAPE mode is not in use change this mode into normal
mode.
<Without Landscape mode>
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<With Landscape mode>
USING THE FOCUS LOCK
If you want to focus on a subject that is not in the centre of your picture, use the Focus Lock function
described below.
1. Aim the camera with the autofocus frame superimposed over the subject.
2. Press the shutter button half way down. (Green LED light)
Be careful not to press the shutter button all the way down to avoid taking an unwanted picture.
3. Keeping the shutter button depressed, recompose your picture as desired.
Hold the camera steadily and gently press the shutter button completely down.
The Focus Lock can be released at any time by lifting your finger from the shutter button.
! ATTENTION
The Autofocus system of this camera may not function in circumstances below :
The subject blends into the background.
The subject is fast moving.
The subject does not reflect enough light back into the autofocus receiver(e.g.very dark objects).
The subject is very narrow, either horizontally or vertically(e.g.a lampost).
There is more than one subject, one near the camera and one some distance away.
Strong light is directed at the camera. (the subject is back lit).
Fireworks and smoke.
Shining or glossy surfaces such as a car body or the surface of water.
In these circumstances, using the Focus Lock feature may help to solve the problem.
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AUTO SELF-TIMER
This can be selected by pressing the SELF button once. You can take a
picture of yourself by using this mode.
When pressing the shutter button, the self-timer lamp illuminate for 7 seconds.
Then the lamp blinks rapidly for 3 seconds and the picture is taken.
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AUTO DOUBLE SELF-TIMER
You can select this mode by pressing the SELF button twice.
Press the shutter button and a shot will be taken in the same way a self timer
shot is taken. A further shot will be made after 2 seconds.
NOTE
When using the flash, the shooting interval may increase due to the flash
recharging time.
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AUTO 2 SEC. DELAYED SHUTTER RELEASE
Use this mode to avoid camera shake caused by camera movement during
hand held shots.
In this mode, a picture is taken 2 seconds after releasing the shutter button.
To use this mode, place the camera on a steady surface, select by pressing the
SELF button 3 times before taking the picture.
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AUTO REMOTE CONTROL SHOOTING (OPTIONAL)
Select this mode by pressing the SELF button 4 times. (You can only use
this function with the Q.D. model camera)
When you select this mode, the self-timer lamp will blink every 2 seconds.
To take a picture using a remote control, press the Remote Control shooting
button. The camera will take a picture after two seconds.
Names of parts of the Remote Control
Anzeigelampe
Remote Controll Shooting button
Signal lamp
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REPLACING THE BATTERY OF THE REMOTE CONTROL (OPTIONAL)
1
2
3
Replacing the battery
Refer to the illustrations above.
NOTE
Use one lithium battery (JIS CR2025)
Be sure to place a battery in the correct position. The positive contact (+) must be facing up.
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AUTO MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY
When a subject is within 1.2m (3.94ft), the camera will automatically set this
mode.
Close range picture area is as below:
WIDE : 0.6 ~ 1.2m (1.97 ~ 3.94ft)
TELE : 0.9 ~ 3m (2.95 ~ 9.84ft)
In the case of super Macro tele - photographing (0.9 ~ 1m), you have to set your
camera under the slash markings, as there can be so much difference of visual
rate according to the location of photograper's eyes.
When a subject is out of range, the Autofocus Indicator (Green LED) will
blink quickly. When a subject is within range, it will blink slowly. (Refer to
page 17 for the information of buzzer operation)
Remember to compose your shot using the macro picture area frame.(Refer
to page 8)
Super Macro range picture area
NOTE
When a subject is closer than 0.6m (1.97ft), the Green LED will blink quickly
and the shutter will lock.
MACRO should use close range picture area mark because close range
picture area includes MACRO picture area.
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PANORAMA PHOTOGRAPHY
Use this mode to capture a panoramic view.
When you set this mode, the viewfinder will alter to indicate the panoramic
scene.
The picture area with this mode will be narrowed.
Select this mode using the PANORAMA switch. The PANORAMA mode
can be used on selected frames in a film.
Remember to inform your processor that some shots are panoramic. There
may be an extra charge for this service.
NOTE
The date can be imprinted with this mode.(Q.D. model only-Refer to page 19)
<Normal>
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<Panorama>
CARE AND STORAGE
! Warning
Do not try to disassemble the camera yourself.
Your camera contains high voltage circuitry and may cause injury if interfered with.
The temperature range in which the camera operates is between 50 and -10 (122 ~14 ).
The camera performance may be impaired when used in very cold weather. If you plan to take pictures when
the temperature is below 7 (45 ), take care to keep your camera and battery warm between shots. If your
camera becomes very cold, allow it to return to room temperature slowly by keeping it in its case. Condensation
can spoil pictures and in extreme conditions can damage the electronic components inside the camera.
If you have trouble with your camera, please return it to your retailer for advice.
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IMPORTANT NOTES
If your camera needs cleaning, wipe it with a soft, lintless cloth.
The lens should be cleaned only with special lens cleaning tissue and fluid.(Consult your camera retailer.)
Do not allow your camera to come into contact with sand or water.
Keep your camera in a dry, cool place that is free from high humidity and dust.
Never leave your camera in hot places such as a parked car, or direct sunlight.
Avoid sudden shocks or vibration. If you drop your camera, it is a good idea to have it checked before using it.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
If the sutter does not operate after pressing the shutter button.
Check point
Is the lens cover completely open?
Is the battery loaded correctly?
Remedy
Press the Power button again.
Reinsert correctly.
Has it been a long time since you used the camera? Change the battery.
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If a picture is partially dark or out of focus.
Check point
Remedy
Was the lens or other sensors obstructed by your Be careful not to block the lens or the exposure
sensor.
fingers or hair ?
Did you compose a subject correctly referring to the picture Read the “Viewfinder and Indicators”
area frame?
Did you set the camera to the panorama mode?
Release the panorama mode.
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SPECIFICATIONS
TYPE
Format
Speed
FILM
Loading
Winding
Rewinding
LENS
SHUTTER
EXPOSURE
VIEWFINDER
35mm fully automatic lens shutter camera.
35mm DX-coded film, 24x36mm
Automatic setting with DX-coded film, ISO 50~3200
Automatic advance to the first frame when the back cover is closed.
Automatic advance, Single or Continuous shooting
Automatic rewinding, Mid-roll rewinding
Schneider lens F4.7~13.5 / 38-170mm
10 elements 7 groups ( 2 elements of Aspherical lens )
Programmed AE electronic focusing
Shutter speed : 1/3 ~ 1/400 sec.
Bulb mode(B shutter) : 60 ~ 0.5 sec.
Programmed auto exposure
AE coupling range (ISO 100 film)
WIDE(38mm) : EV 6.0~18.6
TELE(170mm) : EV 9.1~18.6
Real image type with autofocus frame
Field of view : 83%
Magnification : 0.45~1.7
Picture area frame mark
Connection with Panorama switch
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FLASH
Type
Built-in electronic flash
Range
WIDE(38mm) : 0.6 ~ 4.4m(1.97 ~ 14.14ft) TELE(170mm) : 0.9 ~ 2.1m(2.95 ~ 6.89ft)
Recycling time Approx. 6~8 sec.
PORTRAIT zoom
CONTINUOUS shooting
LANDSCAPE shooting ; WIDE(38mm):3.5m~ (11.5ft~ ), TELE(170mm):16m~ (52.5ft~ )
SPOT shooting
SNAP shooting(between 1.4~6.0m (4.6~19.7ft))
SPECIAL
Red-eye reduction
Auto flash
Flash off
Fill-in flash
Flash mode
Fill-in flash & Red-eye reduction Bulb shooting(B Shutter) Flash off & Bulb shooting
FEATURES
Autofocus mode Passive multi autofocus
Self mode
Single/Double self-timer 2 sec. delayed shutter release
Remote control(Option)
Panorama mode (Switchable)
DATE AND CAPTION Date or Time setting - 5 different formats (The camera will set the date automatically until 2098.)
Captions imprint-7 different messages
(Q.D.model only)
One 3V lithium battery (CR 123A)
POWER SOURCE
DIMENSIONS(WxHxD) 116 x 65 x 51mm / 4.56 x 2.6 x 2in
270g / 9.5oz (without battery)
WEIGHT
Shooting mode
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
All data are based on SAMSUNG’S standard test methods.
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CHECKING THE CAMERA
Checking the shutter condition
- You can check the condition of the shutter by pressing it.
The short click sound will result.
Checking the irises
- After removing the back cover of a camera, it is normal to see
the closed lens opening up when you press the shutter.
- The irises will adjust depending on the light condition.
Dark light will cause them to open wide; bright light will cause
the narrowing of the irises.
<When the irises are closed> <When the irises are opened>
- If the irises were opened before pressing the shutter or cannot be opened, the irises are not operating properly.
Film transferring device
- It is normal to hear the motor running after you open and close the camera cover.
- It is normal to hear the motor running after you press the Mid-roll rewinding button.
- After examining the Mid-roll rewinding condition, set the camera to the default state and check other functions.
Flash Activation
- Check the Auto Flash Mode indoors.
It is important to check your camera prior to up-coming event to prevent possible psychological and monetary
damage once the camera is not working properly at the day of the event.
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