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Pentax GR III User manual
Operating Manual
The serial number is located on the bottom of the camera.
Chapter 1: Introduction
Read this chapter before use.
This chapter gives you an overview of the RICOH GR III.
Chapter 2: Getting Started
Read this chapter before using the RICOH GR III for the first time.
This chapter explains about basic operations such as turning the camera on,
performing shooting, and playing back images.
Chapters 3 and Later
Read these chapters when you want to learn more about the different
camera functions.
These chapters explain about shooting and playback functions, as well as
how to customize the camera settings and use it with a computer.
Model: R02010
Regarding User Registration
Thank you for purchasing a RICOH IMAGING product.
In order to provide you with the best customer support and service experience for the product you have purchased, we ask you to complete the user
registration.
Visit the following website to complete the user registration.
http://www.ricoh-imaging.com/registration/
Registered users will be notified by e-mail about important customer support information, such as firmware version updates, etc.
Introduction
This Operating Manual provides information on how to use the shooting and playback
functions of this camera and related precautions.
Thoroughly read this Operating Manual to make the best use of the functions available
with this camera. Be sure to keep this Operating Manual for future reference.
It is recommended to update the camera firmware to the latest version before using
the camera.
For details on the latest firmware version, refer to the following firmware download site.
http://www.ricoh-imaging.co.jp/english
RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD.
Safety precautions
Read all safety precautions thoroughly to ensure safe use.
Test shots
Take test shots to ensure that the camera is working properly before taking pictures on important occasions.
Copyright
Reproduction or alteration of copyrighted documents, magazines,
and other materials, other than for personal, home, or other similarly limited purposes, without the consent of the copyright holder,
is prohibited.
Exemption from liability
RICOH IMAGING COMPANY assumes no liability for failure to record
or display images as a result of product malfunction.
Radio interference
Operating this camera in the vicinity of other electronic equipment
may adversely affect both the camera and the other device. Interference is particularly likely if the camera is used in close proximity
to a radio/TV receiver. In such case, take the following measures.
• Keep the camera as far away as possible from the radio/TV receiver.
• Reorient the antenna of the radio/TV receiver.
• Use a different wall outlet.
This publication may not be reproduced in whole or in part without RICOH IMAGING COMPANY’s express written
permission.
© RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD. 2019
RICOH IMAGING COMPANY reserves the right to change the contents of this manual at any time without prior
notice.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this manual. Should you nevertheless
notice any errors or omissions, we would be grateful if you would notify us at the address listed on the back cover
of this manual.
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About the Wireless LAN and Bluetooth® Functions
• Do not use the camera in a place where electrical products, AV/OA devices, and so on generate magnetic fields
and electromagnetic waves.
• If the camera is affected by magnetic fields and electromagnetic waves, it may not be able to communicate.
• If the camera is used near a TV or a radio, poor reception or TV screen glitch may occur.
• If there are multiple wireless LAN access points or Bluetooth® devices near the camera and the same channel is
used, search operation may not be executed correctly.
• The security of your data stored, sent, or received is your own responsibility.
In the frequency band used by the camera, along with industrial, scientific, and medical devices such as microwave ovens, premises radio stations (wireless stations requiring license) and specified low power radio stations
(wireless stations not requiring license) for mobile object identification used in factory production lines, etc., and
amateur radio stations (wireless stations requiring license) are operated.
1. Before using the camera, confirm that premises radio stations and specified low power radio stations for
mobile object identification and amateur radio stations are not operated in the vicinity.
2. In the event that the camera causes harmful radio wave interference to premises radio stations for mobile
object identification, immediately change the frequency being used to avoid interference.
3. If you have other troubles such that the camera causes harmful radio wave interference to specified low
power radio stations for mobile object identification or to amateur radio stations, contact your nearest service
center.
This camera conforms to the technical standards under the Radio Law and Telecommunications Business Law and
the certification of conformance to technical standards can be displayed on the monitor.
Displaying the Certification Marks------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Display the menu.
Refer to “Setting from the Menus” (p.25) for how to display the menu.
Select [Certification Marks] in the E8 menu.
Trademarks
• Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States of America and
other countries.
• Mac, macOS, OS X, and App Store are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
• IOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco in the U.S. and other countries and is used under license.
• Adobe, the Adobe logo, and Adobe Reader are registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
• This product includes DNG technology under license by Adobe Systems Incorporated.
• The DNG logo is either a registered trademark or trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States
and/or other countries.
• SDXC Logo is a trademark of SD-3C, LLC.
• Google, Google Play, and Android are trademarks or registered trademarks of Google Inc.
• The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc., and any use of such
marks by Ricoh Company, Ltd. is under license.
• USB Type-C is a trademark of USB Implementers Forum.
• DisplayPort is a trademark owned by the Video Electronics Standards Association in the United States and other
countries.
• HDMI, the HDMI logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing, LLC in the United States and/or other countries.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
• This product uses the RICOH RT font designed by Ricoh Company Ltd.
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AVC Patent Portfolio License
This product is licensed under the AVC Patent Portfolio License for the personal use of a consumer or other uses
in which it does not receive remuneration to (i) encode video in compliance with the AVC standard (“AVC video”)
and/or (ii) decode AVC video that was encoded by a consumer engaged in a personal activity and/or was obtained
from a video provider licensed to provide AVC video. No license is granted or shall be implied for any other use.
Additional information may be obtained from MPEG LA, L.L.C.
See http://www.mpegla.com.
Announcement about the Open Source Software
This product includes the open source software (OSS) licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL), GNU
Lesser General Public License (LGPL), and/or other licenses. The information about licenses of each OSS used in
this product is saved in the product internal memory as a text file. Connect this product to a computer, access the
“oss_license” folder in the “Software License” folder, and open the text file to read the license terms.
The source codes of OSS used in this product are disclosed under the license terms of GPL, LGPL, etc. If you need
the source codes, access the following URL.
http://www.ricoh-imaging.co.jp/english/products/oss/
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Safety Precautions
Warning Symbols
Various symbols are used throughout this Operating Manual and on the product to
prevent physical harm to you or other people and damage to property. The symbols
and their meanings are explained below.
Danger
This symbol indicates matters that may lead to imminent risk of
death or serious injury if ignored or incorrectly handled.
Warning
This symbol indicates matters that may lead to death or serious injury
if ignored or incorrectly handled.
Caution
This symbol indicates matters that may lead to injury or physical
damage if ignored or incorrectly handled.
Meaning of Symbols
The
symbol alerts you to actions that must be performed.
The
symbol alerts you to prohibited actions.
The
symbol may be combined with other symbols to indicate that a specific action is prohibited.
Example:
: Do not touch
: Do not disassemble
Observe the following precautions to ensure safe use of this camera.
Danger
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Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or alter the camera yourself. The
high-voltage circuitry in the equipment poses significant electrical hazard.
Do not attempt to disassemble, alter, or directly solder the battery.
Do not put the battery in a fire, attempt to heat it, use or leave it in a high
temperature environment such as next to a fire or inside a car. Do not put
it into water or the sea or allow it to get wet.
Do not attempt to pierce, hit, compress, drop, or subject the battery to any
other severe impact or force.
Do not use a battery that is significantly damaged or deformed.
Do not connect the positive (+) and negative (-) poles of the battery with a
wire or other metallic item. Also, do not carry or store together with metal
objects such as ballpoint pens and necklaces.
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Use the camera or battery charger BJ-11 to charge the battery. Do not
use the battery with any camera except the cameras compatible with the
DB‑110.
Stop using the camera immediately in the event of abnormalities such as
smoke, unusual odors, or excessive heat being emitted. Contact your nearest dealer or service center for repair.
If the battery fluid leaks and gets into your eyes, immediately wash your
eyes thoroughly with tap water or other clean water without rubbing, and
seek medical attention immediately.
Warning
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Turn off the power immediately in the event of abnormalities such as
smoke or unusual odors being emitted. Remove the battery as soon as
possible, being careful to avoid electric shocks or burns. If you are drawing
power from a household electrical outlet, be sure to unplug the power
plug from the outlet. Failure to observe this precaution could result in
fire or electric shocks. Contact the nearest service center at your earliest
convenience. Stop using the camera immediately if it is malfunctioning.
Turn off the power immediately if any metallic object, water, liquid, or other foreign object gets into the camera. Remove the battery and memory
card as soon as possible, being careful to avoid electric shocks or burns.
If you are drawing power from a household electrical outlet, be sure to
unplug the power plug from the outlet. Failure to observe this precaution
could result in fire or electric shocks. Contact the nearest service center
at your earliest convenience. Stop using the camera immediately if it is
malfunctioning.
If the monitor is damaged, avoid any contact with the liquid crystal inside it.
Follow the appropriate emergency measures below.
• SKIN: If any of the liquid crystal gets on your skin, wipe it off and rinse the
affected area thoroughly with water, then wash well with soap.
• EYES: If it gets in your eyes, wash your eyes with clean water for at least 15
minutes and seek medical advice immediately.
• INGESTION: If any of the liquid crystal is ingested, rinse the mouth out
thoroughly with water. Have the person drink a large amount of water and
induce vomiting. Seek medical assistance immediately.
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Follow these precautions to prevent the battery from leaking, overheating, igniting, or exploding.
Do not use a battery other than those specifically recommended for the
camera.
Do not carry or store the battery together with metal objects such as ballpoint pens, necklaces, coins, and hairpins.
Do not put the battery into a microwave or high pressure container.
If leakage of battery fluid, a strange odor, color change, etc. is noticed during use or during charging, remove the battery from the camera or battery
charger immediately and keep it away from fire.
Observe the following in order to prevent fire, electrical shock, or cracking
of the battery while charging.
• Use only the indicated power supply voltage. Also avoid the use of multisocket adapters and extension cords.
• Do not damage, bundle, or alter power cords. Also, do not place heavy
objects on, stretch, or bend power cords.
• Do not connect or disconnect the power plug with wet hands. Always grip
the plug section when disconnecting a power plug. Do not cover the camera while charging the battery.
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Keep the battery and memory card used in the camera out of the reach of
children to prevent accidental swallowing. The battery and memory card
are harmful if swallowed. Seek medical assistance immediately.
Keep the camera out of the reach of children. For children, accidents may
occur because they cannot understand the contents of “Safety Precautions” and “Precautions for Use”.
Do not touch the internal components of the camera if they become exposed as a result of being dropped or damaged. The high-voltage circuitry
in the equipment could lead to electric shocks. Remove the battery as
soon as possible, being careful to avoid electric shocks or burns. Take the
camera to your nearest dealer or service center if it is damaged.
Do not use the camera in wet areas such as a kitchen. Failure to observe
this precaution could result in fire or electric shocks.
Do not use the camera near flammable gases, gasoline, benzine, thinner,
or similar substances. Failure to observe this precaution could result in an
explosion, fire, or burns.
QQ Do not use the camera in a location where usage is restricted or prohibited, such as on airplanes. Failure to observe this precaution could result
in an accident.
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Wipe off any dust that accumulates on the power plug. Failure to observe
this precaution could result in fire.
QQ When using a household power outlet, always use the dedicated AC
adapter. Failure to observe this precaution could result in fire, electric
shocks, or product malfunction.
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Do not use the battery charger or AC adapter with commercially available
electronic transformers when traveling abroad. Failure to observe this precaution could result in fire, electric shocks, or product malfunction.
Use only the indicated power supply voltage. Failure to observe this precaution could result in fire or electric shocks.
Do not damage, bundle, or alter power cords. Also, to avoid damaging
power cords and the risk of fire or electric shocks, do not place heavy objects on, stretch, or bend power cords.
Do not connect or disconnect the power plug with wet hands. Failure to
observe this precaution could result in electric shocks.
Always grip the plug section when disconnecting a power plug. Do not
pull the power cord. This can damage the power cord and result in fire
or electric shocks.
If any metallic object, water, liquid, or other foreign object gets into the
camera, immediately remove the power plug from the outlet and contact
a service center for repair. Failure to observe this precaution could result
in fire or electric shocks.
QQ If an abnormality such as an unusual sound or smoke is emitted from the
camera, immediately remove the power plug from the outlet and contact
your nearest dealer or service center for repair. Stop using the camera immediately if it is malfunctioning.
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Do not attempt to disassemble the camera yourself. The high-voltage circuitry in the equipment could lead to electric shocks.
Do not use the camera in a bathroom. Failure to observe this precaution
could result in fire or electric shocks.
Do not touch the power plug during a lightning storm. Failure to observe
this precaution could result in electric shocks.
Keep the battery out of the reach of children.
If the battery does not finish charging after the prescribed charging time,
discontinue charging.
Do not put the battery into a microwave or high pressure container.
If the battery leaks or emits an unusual odor, immediately move it away
from any sources of fire.
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Caution
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Contact with fluid leaking from a battery can lead to burns. If part of your
body comes in contact with a damaged battery, rinse the area with water
immediately. (Do not use soap.)
If a battery starts to leak, remove it immediately from the camera and wipe
the battery chamber thoroughly before replacing it with a new battery.
Plug the power plug securely into the electrical outlets. Failure to observe
this precaution could result in fire.
Do not allow the camera to get wet. In addition, do not operate it with wet
hands. Failure to observe this precaution could result in electric shocks.
Do not fire the flash at drivers of vehicles, as this may cause the driver to
lose control and result in a traffic accident. Failure to observe this precaution could result in a traffic accident.
Remove the power plug from the outlets before cleaning the camera.
Remove the power plug from the outlets when the camera is not used.
Do not cover the camera while using it. Failure to observe this precaution
could result in fire.
QQ Do not short the terminals or metal contacts on the power cords. Failure to
observe this precaution could result in fire.
QQ Do not use the camera in wet areas or areas subject to oil smoke such as
a kitchen. Failure to observe this precaution could result in fire or electric
shocks.
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Safety Precautions
for Accessories
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When using optional products, carefully read the user’s manuals provided with the product before using that product.
Contents
Introduction............................................................................................................................ 1
1
Safety Precautions................................................................................................................. 4
Introduction
13
Checking the Contents of the Package.......................................................................13
Names and Functions of the Working Parts...............................................................14
Operating Controls............................................................................................................................ 16
Indicators on the Monitor.................................................................................................18
Shooting Screen.................................................................................................................................. 18
Playback Screen.................................................................................................................................. 19
Changing the Screen Display......................................................................................................... 20
Using the Touch Panel...................................................................................................................... 21
How to Change Function Settings................................................................................22
Using the Button/Lever.................................................................................................................... 22
Setting from the Menus................................................................................................................... 25
Menu List................................................................................................................................27
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A Still Image Settings Menus...................................................................................................... 27
B Movie Settings Menus............................................................................................................... 30
C Playback Settings Menus......................................................................................................... 32
D Customize Settings Menus...................................................................................................... 33
E Setup Menus................................................................................................................................. 35
Getting Started
37
Setting the Battery and a Memory Card.....................................................................37
Inserting the Battery and a Memory Card................................................................................. 37
Charging the Battery......................................................................................................................... 38
Initial Settings.......................................................................................................................40
Turning the Camera On.................................................................................................................... 40
Setting the Language and the Date and Time......................................................................... 41
Formatting a Memory Card............................................................................................................. 42
Basic Shooting Operation.................................................................................................44
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Shooting in the Program Mode..................................................................................................... 44
Viewing the Captured Images....................................................................................................... 46
Taking Pictures
48
Taking Still Images..............................................................................................................48
Setting the Exposure Mode............................................................................................................ 48
Using Exposure Compensation..................................................................................................... 53
Recording Movies................................................................................................................54
Playing Back Movies.......................................................................................................................... 56
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Setting the Focus.................................................................................................................57
Setting the Focus Mode................................................................................................................... 57
Shooting Close-ups (Macro)........................................................................................................... 61
Shooting with a Single Press of the Shutter Release Button (Full Press Snap)............. 62
Setting the Exposure..........................................................................................................63
Selecting a Metering Method........................................................................................................ 63
Setting the ISO Sensitivity............................................................................................................... 64
Using a Flash......................................................................................................................................... 65
Reducing Noise................................................................................................................................... 67
Setting the White Balance................................................................................................69
Setting the White Balance Manually............................................................................................ 72
Setting the Color Temperature...................................................................................................... 73
Setting the Drive Mode.....................................................................................................74
Shooting Continuously (Continuous Shooting)...................................................................... 75
Shooting with Varied Exposure Values (Bracketing).............................................................. 76
Shooting While Merging Images Together (Multi-exposure)............................................. 77
Shooting Automatically at Set Intervals (Interval Shooting).............................................. 79
Recording Star Trails (Interval Composite)................................................................................ 81
Using the Self-timer........................................................................................................................... 83
Configuring the Capture Settings.................................................................................84
Image Capture Settings.................................................................................................................... 84
Movie Capture Settings.................................................................................................................... 85
Setting the Image Finishing Tone and Correction...................................................86
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Using the ND Filter............................................................................................................................. 86
Reducing Moiré (AA Filter Simulator).......................................................................................... 86
Setting the Image Atmosphere (Image Control).................................................................... 87
Correcting the Peripheral Illumination....................................................................................... 89
Correcting a Range of Tones (D-Range Correction)............................................................... 89
Reducing Blurring of Images.......................................................................................................... 90
Playback Functions
91
Using the Playback Functions.........................................................................................91
Changing the Playback Method.....................................................................................92
Displaying Multiple Images............................................................................................................ 92
Displaying Rotated Images............................................................................................................. 94
Connecting the Camera to an AV Device................................................................................... 95
Organizing Files....................................................................................................................96
Deleting Files........................................................................................................................................ 96
Protecting Images from Deletion................................................................................................. 97
Copying Images and Movies in the Internal Memory to a Memory Card...................... 98
Transferring Images........................................................................................................................... 99
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Editing and Processing Images....................................................................................100
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Developing RAW Images...............................................................................................................100
Changing the Image Size...............................................................................................................102
Correcting Highlight/Shadow Areas (Levels Adjustment).................................................103
Correcting the White Balance......................................................................................................105
Correcting Color Moiré...................................................................................................................106
Adjusting the Image Quality........................................................................................................107
Editing Movies...................................................................................................................................108
Sharing Images
110
Using the Camera with a Computer...........................................................................110
Using the Camera with a Communication Device................................................111
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Connecting to a Communication Device via Bluetooth®...................................................112
Enabling the Wireless LAN Function..........................................................................................114
Operating the Camera with a Communication Device.......................................................116
Changing the Settings
117
Saving Frequently Used Settings.................................................................................117
Saving the Settings..........................................................................................................................117
Assigning Settings to the Mode Dial.........................................................................................119
Using the Saved User Mode..........................................................................................................120
Customizing the Button Functions.............................................................................121
Registering Functions to the ADJ. Mode..................................................................................121
Changing the Functions of the Fn Button...............................................................................123
Setting the Function of the Shutter Release Button............................................................125
Display and Sound Settings...........................................................................................126
Setting the Information Displayed During Shooting/Playback.......................................126
Setting the Instant Review Display............................................................................................127
Setting the Live View Display.......................................................................................................128
Setting the Brightness and Tone of the Monitor...................................................................128
Setting the Lamp..............................................................................................................................129
Setting the Sound Effects..............................................................................................................130
Power Saving Settings.....................................................................................................131
Automatically Turning the Power Off........................................................................................131
Dimming the Display......................................................................................................................132
File Management Settings.............................................................................................133
Specifying the Folder/File Settings............................................................................................133
Setting the Copyright Information.............................................................................................138
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Appendix
139
Attaching Optional Accessories...................................................................................139
Conversion Lens/Lens Adapter....................................................................................................139
AC Adapter..........................................................................................................................................140
Troubleshooting................................................................................................................141
Power Supply.....................................................................................................................................141
Shooting..............................................................................................................................................142
Playback/Deletion............................................................................................................................144
Others...................................................................................................................................................145
Error Messages...................................................................................................................................145
Main Specifications...........................................................................................................147
Camera.................................................................................................................................................147
USB Power Adapter AC-U1/AC-U2..............................................................................................150
Rechargeable Battery DB-110......................................................................................................150
Image Storage Capacity.................................................................................................................151
Operating Environment.................................................................................................................152
Using the Camera Abroad..............................................................................................153
Precautions for Use...........................................................................................................154
Camera Care and Storage...............................................................................................156
Warranty Policy..................................................................................................................157
Regulatory Compliance Statements...........................................................................158
Index......................................................................................................................................164
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Introduction
Checking the Contents of the Package
RICOH GR III
Hot shoe cover
(Installed on the camera)
Rechargeable
battery
(DB-110)
1
Introduction
Before using your digital camera, confirm that the package contains the
items listed below.
USB power
adapter
(AC-U1 or
AC‑U2)*
* Differs depending on the
region.
g
g
Power plug
g
USB cable (I-USB166)
Hand strap
Operating Manual (this manual)
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Names and Functions of the Working Parts
Power button lamp
1
Introduction
AF assist light/
self-timer lamp
Hot shoe
Strap eyelet
Microphone
Microphone
Lens
Status lamp
Strap eyelet
Monitor
Terminal cover
USB terminal (USB Type-C)
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Speaker
Strap eyelet
Tripod screw hole
1
Introduction
Ring cap
Battery/card cover
Release lever
15
Operating Controls
This section explains about operating controls.
The icons in parentheses are used in the descriptions of this manual.
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1 2 3 4 5
Introduction
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8
13
14
15
16
17
9 10
1
2
16
Front e-dial (p)
Rotate the dial to change values for camera settings such as exposure. (p.49)
In the playback mode, rotate the dial to magnify the image or display multiple images at the
same time. (p.46, p.92)
Lock button
Press to allow the mode dial to be turned.
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4
11 12
Mode dial
Changes the exposure mode. (p.48)
Shutter release button (z)
Press to capture images.
Press halfway to activate autofocus. (p.44)
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6
8
Movie/Wireless button (k/m)
Switches between still image mode and movie
mode. (p.54)
Press and hold to turn the wireless LAN function
on and off. (p.115)
Fn/Delete button (h/i)
Calls assigned function. (p.24)
In the playback mode, press to delete images.
(p.46)
ADJ./EV compensation lever
(n/o/q)
Press the lever to the left or right to change values for camera settings such as exposure.
In the shooting mode, press to switch to ADJ.
mode. (p.23)
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ISO/Left button (u/c)
Press to change the ISO sensitivity. (p.64)
Moves the cursor to the left when an item is
selected.
10 MENU button (f)
Displays a menu. Press this button while the
menu is displayed to return to the previous
screen. (p.25)
11 White balance/Down button (t/b)
Displays the white balance setting screen.
(p.70)
Moves the cursor down when an item is selected.
12 DISP button (j)
Switches the display between the shooting information and playback information. (p.20)
Press and hold this button in shooting mode to
magnify the Live View image. (p.45)
13 Playback button (g)
Switches between the shooting mode and the
playback mode. (p.46)
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Introduction
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Power button
Turns the power on or off. (p.40)
14 Macro/Up button (s/a)
Switches to macro mode. (p.61)
Moves the cursor up when an item is selected.
15 Control dial (r)
Rotate this dial to change menu items, values
for camera settings such as exposure, or images
to be displayed on the screen. (p.49)
16 Drive/Right button (v/d)
Displays the drive mode setting screen. (p.74)
Moves the cursor to the right when an item is
selected.
17 OK button (e)
Confirms the selected items such as menus.
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Indicators on the Monitor
Shooting Screen
1
1 234 5
Introduction
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17
18
6 7 8 910 1112 13 14 15
99999
1.5m
G1B1
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20
21
Press & Hold
1/400 F5.6
102400
30 31 20 32 33 34
38
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
EV-2.0
EV-2.0
35 36 37
Still image mode
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3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
18
39
0:58´58˝
1.5m
G1B1
Drive (p.74)
Shake Reduction/Movie SR (p.90)
Focus (p.57)
White Balance (p.69)
Image Control (p.87)
AE Metering (p.63)
Flash Mode (p.66)
GPS positioning status (p.116)
Bluetooth® communication (p.112)
Wireless LAN communication (p.114)
Temperature warning
Snap Focus Distance (p.57)
File Format/JPEG Recorded Pixels (p.84)
Number of storable images
Storage location
Self-timer (p.83)
Grid Guide (p.126)
Macro Mode (p.61)
Focus bar/Depth of field (p.60)
Operation guide
Movie mode
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Exposure mode (p.48)
Full Press Snap (p.62)
Crop (p.85)
Conversion lens (p.139)
ND Filter (p.86)
Focus frame (p.44)
Electronic Level (p.126)
AA Filter Simulator (p.86)
Histogram (p.126)
Front e-dial
Shutter speed (p.49)
Aperture value (p.49)
Control dial
Sensitivity (p.63)
ADJ./EV compensation lever
Exposure indicator/Exposure compensation
(p.53)
37 Battery level (p.19)
38 Recording indicator
39 Recording time/Remaining recording time
Playback Screen
1
2345 6
7
8
99998 /99999
02/02/2019 10:00
9998/9999
02/02/2019 10:00
1
1/2400 F5.6
10 11 12 13
250
EV+0.7
14
15 16
999-9999
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Still image mode
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Shooting date and time
Protect (p.97)
GPS information (p.116)
Bluetooth® communication (p.112)
Wireless LAN communication (p.114)
File Format/JPEG Recorded Pixels (p.84)
Current file/Total files
Data source
Histogram
Folder number/File number (p.133)
00´ 20˝
5
18
18
Movie mode
Introduction
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100-0630
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12
13
14
15
16
17
Image transfer status (p.99)
Shutter speed
Aperture Value
Sensitivity
Exposure compensation
Battery level
Length of time of the recorded movie/
Elapsed time
18 Operation guide
Battery Level
The icon display changes depending on the battery level.
The battery level is sufficient.
The battery level started to drop.
The battery level is low. Charge the battery.
The camera will turn off soon.
There is a problem with the battery.
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Changing the Screen Display
You can switch the information displayed on the screen by pressing j.
1
Shooting Mode
The information displayed on the shooting screen can be switched.
Introduction
Standard Info. Display
Displays all the information.
Simplified Info. Display
Displays only the information regarding the exposure, AE lock, autofocus
frame, and MF operation guide.
No Information Display
Displays the information only when camera settings are changed. Autofocus
frame is displayed during range-finding.
Display Off
Does not display the autofocus frame and Live View but the information
when the camera settings are changed.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• You can specify the displayed information in [Shooting Info. Display] of the D3 menu. (p.126)
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Playback Mode
You can switch the screen display among [Standard Info. Display], [Detailed
Info. Display], and [No Information Display] in the single image display.
Use ab to switch the page in [Detailed Info. Display].
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Introduction
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Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• You can specify the displayed information in [Playback Info. Display] of the D3 menu. (p.126)
• [Histogram], [Grid Guide], and [Highlight Alert] are not displayed for movies.
Using the Touch Panel
You can perform operations such as selecting functions and setting the AF
point for shooting with the touch panel.
When not using the touch panel function, LCD Touch Operation
set [LCD Touch Operation] to [Off ] in the D2 On
Off
menu.
Cancel
OK
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How to Change Function Settings
Using the Button/Lever
1
Using the Direct Keys
Introduction
Quick settings are possible by pressing abcd in
the shooting mode. The following functions can be
activated.
a (s)
Macro Mode (p.61)
b (t)
White Balance (p.69)
c (u)
ISO Setting (p.63)
d (v)
Drive Mode (p.74)
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• The functions mentioned above can be set from the A menu by pressing f.
• The functions assigned to c/d can be changed with [ISO Button] and [Drive Button] of [Fn Button
Setting] in the D2 menu. (p.123)
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Using the ADJ. Lever
The assigned functions can be easily recalled by pressing n in the shooting mode.
1
Press n in the shooting mode.
2
Use cd to select a function.
1
By default, the following functions can be
selected.
• Image Control (p.87)
• Focus (p.57)
• AE Metering (p.63)
• File Format (p.84)
• Outdoor View Setting (p.129)
3
Use ab to select a setting.
4
Press e.
Introduction
The mode switches to the ADJ. mode and the
icons for the assigned functions appear.
Image Control
Vivid
OK
When making detailed settings, press h.
The selected function is set and the camera is ready to perform shooting.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• The functions for ADJ. mode can be changed in [ADJ Mode Setting] of the D2 menu. (p.121)
• When [Shutter Btn. Confirmation] is set to [On] in the D2 menu, pressing z halfway completes the setting of ADJ. mode. (p.125)
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Using the Fn Button
The assigned function can be activated by
pressing h in the shooting mode. By default,
[AF+AE Lock] is assigned.
1
Introduction
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• The function of h can be changed in [Fn Button Setting] of the D2 menu. [ISO Button] (c),
[Drive Button] (d), and [Movie/Wireless Button] (k) can also be set in [Fn Button Setting].
(p.123)
100
• When the power is turned on or the mode dial is turned,
the current function of the button is displayed. If [Guide
Display] is set to [Off] in the E2 menu, the function is
not displayed.
AF+AE Lock
ISO Setting
Drive Mode
Still/Movie
1/400 F5.6
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Setting from the Menus
Most functions are set from the menus.
1
Press f.
The A1 menu appears.
1
Focus Settings
Face Detection
AF Assist Light
Snap Focus Distance
Full Press Snap
Focus Peaking
2.5m
On
AF.C Setting
2
When changing the menu type, press
c twice, and then use ab to select
a type.
Introduction
Focus
Setup
Format
Create New Folder
Folder Name
File Name
Sequential Numbering
Reset Numbering
RICOH
R0
Copyright Information
3
4
A
Still Image Settings menus (p.27)
B
Movie Settings menus (p.30)
C
Playback Settings menus (p.32)
D
Customize Settings menus (p.33)
E
Setup menus (p.35)
Press d twice.
Use ab to select a function.
File Setting
Each menu type includes 1 to 11 menus.
To switch the screen display on a menu-bymenu basis, press c and then ab.
Create New Folder
Folder Name
Format
File Name
Sequential Numbering
Reset Numbering
RICOH
R0
Copyright Information
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5
Find a function to set, and press d.
Indicator Lamps
Power Button Lamp
The settings for the selected setting item are
displayed.
Count Down
Sound Effects
Volume
Bluetooth Setting
Wireless LAN Setting
1
On
On
2
Introduction
Smartphone Link
6
Use ab to select a setting, and
press e.
The screen in Step 4 reappears.
Press f to return to the previous screen.
When you have finished setting, press f
several times to return to previous screens.
Power Button Lamp
On
Off
Cancel
OK
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When f is pressed, the last used menu screen appears first. To display the most appropriate
menus for the camera settings at that time, set [Store Cursor Position] to [Off] in the E2 menu.
• p (front e-dial) or r (control dial) can be turned in place of ab.
• The setting is saved even after the power is turned off. Reset
Each menu type can be restored to the default settings in Select items to reset.
[Reset] of the E11 menu.
Reset Item
Execute Reset
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Menu List
The following menus are available. (The underlined settings and the squarebracketed settings are the default settings.)
1
A Still Image Settings Menus
Focus
Face Detection
AF Assist Light
Snap Focus Distance
Full Press Snap
Focus Peaking
2.5m
On
Introduction
Still Image Settings
AF.C Setting
A1 Focus Settings
Focus
Auto-area AF, Select AF, Pinpoint AF, Tracking AF, Continuous p.57
AF, MF, Snap, Z
Face Detection
On, Use only in Auto-area AF, Off
p.58
AF Assist Light
On, Off
p.58
Snap Focus Distance
1m, 1.5m, 2m, 2.5m, 5m, Z
p.57
Full Press Snap
On, Off
p.62
Focus Peaking
Highlight Edge, Extract Edge, Off
p.58
AF.C Setting
Focus-priority, FPS-priority
p.57
MF Auto Magnification
On, Off
p.60
A2 Exposure Setting
Exposure Mode
Program AE, Aperture Priority AE, Shutter Priority AE, Manual p.120
Exposure
AE Metering
Multi-segment, Center-weighted, Spot, Highlight-weighted
ISO Setting
ISO Setting: AUTO, 100 to 102400
p.64
ISO Auto Upper Limit: From one setting higher than the lowest
ISO sensitivity to the highest ISO sensitivity [6400]
ISO Auto Lower Limit: From the lowest ISO sensitivity to one
setting lower than the highest ISO sensitivity [100]
Minimum Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/1000 sec. [1/30]
Flash Mode
Flash Mode: Flash On, Flash On+Red-eye, Slow-speed Sync, p.66
Slow Sync+Red-eye
Flash Exposure Comp.: -2.0 to +1.0
p.63
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1
Program Line
Normal, Max Aperture Priority
p.51
ND Filter
Auto, On, Off
p.86
Auto EV Compensation
On, Off
p.49
Link AE and AF Point
On, Off
p.63
A3 White Balance Settings
Introduction
White Balance
Auto White Balance, Multi Auto White Balance, Daylight, p.69
Shade, Cloudy, Fl. - Daylight Color, Fl. - Daylight White, Fl. Cool White, Fl. - Warm White, Tungsten, CTE, Manual White
Balance, Color Temperature
WB Fine-tuning
On, Off
p.71
AWB in Tungsten Light
High, Low
p.71
A4 Shooting Settings
Still/Movie
Still Image, Movie
p.54
Macro Mode
On, Off
p.61
Drive Mode
Drive: Single Frame Shooting, Continuous Shooting, Bracket- p.74
ing, Multi-exposure, Interval Shooting, Interval Composite
Self-timer: 10sec., 2sec., Off
AA Filter Simulator
High, Low, Off
p.86
p.84
A5 Image Capture Settings
File Format
JPEG, RAW, RAW+JPEG
Aspect Ratio
3:2, 1:1
Crop
35mm, 50mm, Off
JPEG Recorded Pixels
L, M, S, XS
Color Space
sRGB, AdobeRGB
A6 Image Process Settings
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Image Control
Standard, Vivid, Monotone, Soft Monotone, Hard Monotone, p.87
Hi-Contrast B&W, Positive Film, Bleach Bypass, Retro, HDR
Tone, Custom1, Custom2
Peripheral Illumin. Corr.
On, Off
p.89
D-Range Correction
Highlight Correction: Auto, On, Off
Shadow Correction: Auto, Low, Medium, High, Off
p.84
Noise Reduction
Slow Shutter Speed NR: Auto, On, Off
p.63
High-ISO Noise Reduction: Auto, Low, Medium, High, Custom,
Off
A7 Shooting Assist
Shake Reduction
On, Off
p.90
Auto SR Off
Enable Auto SR Off, Disable Auto SR Off
p.90
1
Introduction
29
B Movie Settings Menus
Movie Settings
1
Focus
Snap Focus Distance
2.5m
Focus Peaking
MF Auto Magnification
Off
Introduction
AE Metering
ND Filter
White Balance
B1 Focus Settings
Focus
AF, MF, Snap, Z
Snap Focus Distance
1m, 1.5m, 2m, 2.5m, 5m, Z
p.57
p.57
Focus Peaking
Highlight Edge, Extract Edge, Off
p.58
MF Auto Magnification
On, Off
p.60
B2 Exposure Setting
AE Metering
Multi-segment, Center-weighted, Spot, Highlight-weighted
p.63
ND Filter
On, Off
p.86
B3 White Balance Settings
White Balance
Auto White Balance, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Fl. - Daylight p.69
Color, Fl. - Daylight White, Fl. - Cool White, Fl. - Warm White,
Tungsten, CTE, Manual White Balance, Color Temperature
WB Fine-tuning
On, Off
p.71
AWB in Tungsten Light
High, Low
p.71
B4 Shooting Settings
Still/Movie
Still Image, Movie
p.54
Macro Mode
On, Off
p.61
Framerate
60p, 30p, 24p
p.85
Sound Recording
On, Off
B5 Movie Capture Settings
30
B6 Image Process Settings
Standard, Vivid, Monotone, Hard Monotone, Hi-Contrast B&W, p.87
Positive Film, Bleach Bypass, Retro, Custom1, Custom2
Peripheral Illumin. Corr.
On, Off
p.89
D-Range Correction
Highlight Correction: Auto, Off
Shadow Correction: Auto, Low, Medium, High, Off
p.84
On, Off
p.90
B7 Shooting Assist
Movie SR
1
Introduction
Image Control
31
C Playback Settings Menus
Playback Settings
Delete
Protect
Image Rotation
1
Introduction
Image Copy
File Transfer
RAW Development
Resize
C1 File Management
Delete
Delete 1 Image, Delete All Images
p.96
Protect
Protect 1 Image, Protect All Images
p.97
Image Rotation
90° (counterclockwise), 180°, 90° (clockwise)
p.94
Image Copy
—
p.98
File Transfer
Transfer 1 Image
p.99
C2 Image Edit
RAW Development
JPEG Recorded Pixels, Aspect Ratio, Color Space, White Bal- p.100
ance, Image Control, Peripheral Illumin. Corr., Sensitivity,
High-ISO Noise Reduction, Shadow Correction
Resize
—
p.102
Cropping
—
p.102
Levels Adjustment
—
p.103
WB Adjustment
—
p.105
Color Moiré Correction
Low, Medium, High
p.106
Base Parameter Adj
Brightness, Saturation, Hue, Contrast, Sharpness
p.107
Movie Edit
Cut, Divide
p.108
Auto Image Rotation
On, Off
p.94
Playback Order Options
File No., Shooting Date/Time
p.92
Playback Sound Volume
0 to 20 [10]
p.56
C3 Playback Settings
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D Customize Settings Menus
Customize Settings
Save Settings
Rename
Recall
1
Fn Button Setting
D1 User Mode
Save Settings
—
p.117
Rename
—
p.118
Recall
—
p.119
Delete Settings
—
p.118
M Mode Dial Setting
Custom1, Custom2
p.52
ADJ Mode Setting
Off, Focus [Setting2], Snap Focus Distance, File Format [Set- p.121
ting4], Aspect Ratio, JPEG Recorded Pixels, AE Metering [Setting3], ISO Setting, Flash Mode, Flash Exposure Comp., Drive,
Self-timer, Image Control [Setting1], One Push AE in M Mode,
Outdoor View Setting [Setting5]
Fn Button Setting
Off, Focus, Set MF, Set Snap, Set Tracking AF, Enable AF, AF+AE p.123
Lock [Fn Button], AE Lock, Face Detection, Snap Focus Distance, File Format, JPEG Ž RAW, JPEG Ž RAW+, Aspect Ratio, Crop, JPEG Recorded Pixels, Framerate, Still/Movie [Movie/
Wireless Button], AE Metering, ISO Setting [ISO Button], Flash
Mode, Flash Exposure Comp., ND Filter, Drive Mode [Drive Button], Drive, Continuous Shooting, Self-timer, Image Control,
Shake Reduction, One Push AE in M Mode, 4-way Controller
Action, Outdoor View Setting, Wireless LAN Setting [Hold
Movie/Wireless Btn.], Preview
Focus Settings: Same as Shutter Button, Auto-area AF, Select
AF, Pinpoint AF, Tracking AF, Continuous AF
Keep AE Lock: On, Off
One Push AE in M Mode: Program AE, Aperture Priority AE,
Shutter Priority AE
Introduction
Delete Settings
M Mode Dial Setting
ADJ Mode Setting
D2 Customize Controls
33
1
Introduction
34
Shutter Button Setting
AF+AE Lock, AE Lock
4-way Controller
Direct Key Priority, AF point change Priority
p.125
p.59
Shutter Btn. Confirmation
On, Off
p.125
LCD Touch Operation
On, Off
p.21
Touch AF
AF Point, AF Point+Focus, AF Point+Focus+Shoot, Off
p.50
D3 Display Customization
Shooting Info. Display
Standard Info. Display, Simplified Info. Display, No Information p.126
Display, Display Off
Playback Info. Display
Standard Info. Display, No Information Display
Instant Review
Display Time: 0.5sec., 1sec., 2sec., 3sec., Hold, Off
Zoom Review: On, Off
Delete: On, Off
p.127
Quick Zoom
x4, x8, x16, 100%
p.127
Focus Magnification
On, Off
p.47
Grid Style
3x3 Grid, 4x4 Grid
p.128
Electronic Level Type
Level+Tilt, Level
Flicker Reduction
50Hz, 60Hz
E Setup Menus
Setup
Format
Create New Folder
Folder Name
RICOH
R0
Copyright Information
E1 File Setting
Format
Memory Card, Internal Memory
p.42
Create New Folder
—
p.133
Folder Name
Folder Name: Date, Optional
A freely defined string of characters [RICOH]
p.134
File Name
Still Image: A freely defined string of two characters [R0]
Movie: A freely defined string of two characters [R0]
p.136
Sequential Numbering
Folder & File, File, Off
p.137
Reset Numbering
—
p.137
Copyright Information
Embed Copyright Data: On, Off
p.138
Copyright Information: A freely defined string of 32 characters
1
Introduction
File Name
Sequential Numbering
Reset Numbering
E2 Display Settings
Store Cursor Position
On, Off
p.26
Guide Display
On, Off
p.24
Animation Setting
On, Off
p.47
LCD Setting
Brightness: -7 to +7
Saturation: -7 to +7
Adjust: Blue-Amber: -7 to +7
Adjust: Green-Magenta: -7 to +7
p.128
Outdoor View Setting
-2 to +2
p.129
Power Button Lamp
On, Off
p.129
Count Down
On, Off
E3 LCD Setting
E4 Indicator Lamps
E5 Sound Effects Setting
Sound Effects
All, Shutter Sound Only
Volume
0 to 3 [2]
p.130
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E6 Wireless Connection
1
Introduction
Bluetooth Setting
Action Mode: On anytime, On when power is on, Disable
Pairing
Communication Info.
p.112
Wireless LAN Setting
Action Mode: On, Off
Communication Info.
p.114
Smartphone Link
Store Location Info.: On, Off
Auto Image Transfer: On, Off
Image Transfer while Off: On, Off
p.113
E7 Power Supply Settings
Auto Power Off
1min., 3min., 5min., 10min., 30min., Off
p.131
Sleep Mode
1min., 3min., 5min., 10min., 30min., Off
p.132
LCD Auto Dim
On, Off
E8 About This Device
Firmware Info/Options
—
—
Certification Marks
—
p.2
Pixel Mapping
—
p.144
Dust Removal
Execute Dust Removal
Startup Action: On, Off
Shutdown Action: On, Off
p.144
E9 Sensor Maintenance
E10 Language/Date Setting
Language/H
English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, p.41
Danish, Swedish, Finnish, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Turkish,
Greek, Russian, Thai, Korean, Traditional Chinese, Simplified
Chinese, Japanese
Date Adjustment
Date Format: Y/M/D, D/M/Y, M/D/Y
Date: 1/1/2019 to 12/31/2067
Time: 00:00 to 23:59
p.41
Reset Item: A, B, C, D, E
Execute Reset
p.26
E11 Reset
Reset
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Getting Started
Setting the Battery and a Memory Card
Inserting the Battery and a Memory Card
1
2
Make sure that the camera power is off.
Slide the release lever on the bottom
of the camera toward OPEN to open
the battery/card cover.
1
2
Getting Started
SD memory cards, SDHC memory cards, and SDXC memory cards can be
used with this camera. “Memory card” refers to these memory cards in this
manual.
2
3
Make sure that the memory card is
facing the right way and then push
the card all the way in until it clicks.
To remove it, press in the memory card and
then release your hand.
4
5
Insert the battery.
Use the battery to press the latch and insert
the battery all the way into the battery compartment.
To remove the battery, slide the latch.
Close the battery/card cover and
slide the release lever in the opposite
direction of OPEN to lock it in place.
1
2
37
Data Storage Location
Images taken and movies recorded with this camera are saved in the internal
memory or a memory card.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• You can copy all data stored in the internal memory to a memory card. (p.98)
• The storage capacity varies depending on the memory card. (p.151)
2
Getting Started
Charging the Battery
Charge the rechargeable battery DB-110 using the provided USB cable
I‑USB166, USB power adapter AC-U1/AC-U2, and power plug before use.
1
Insert the power plug to the USB
power adapter.
Insert it until it clicks into place.
2
38
Open the terminal cover, and connect
the USB cable to the USB terminal.
3
4
Connect the USB cable to the USB
power adapter.
Plug the USB power adapter into a
power outlet.
3
2
Getting Started
The status lamp of the camera turns on and
charging starts.
Depending on the battery level, the charging time differs. An exhausted battery will
be fully recharged in about 2.5 hours (at 25°C
(77°F)).
When charging is complete, the status lamp
turns off. Unplug the USB power adapter
from the power outlet.
4
Storage Capacity--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• About 200 pictures can be taken when the battery is fully charged.
• This is based on tests conducted according to CIPA standards under the following conditions: At 23°C
(73°F) temperature; the monitor is on; a picture is taken every 30 seconds; the camera is turned off
and back on after 10 pictures are taken.
• The storage capacity is for reference. For long periods of use, it is recommended that you carry spare
batteries.
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Use only genuine rechargeable battery (DB-110).
• If the battery starts to run down more quickly even after being charged, the battery has reached the
end of its service life. In this case, replace the battery with a new one.
• The battery may become very hot immediately after operation. Turn the camera off and leave it to
cool down sufficiently before removing the battery.
• If you turn the camera on while charging the battery, the charging is interrupted.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• You can also charge the battery by connecting the camera to a computer using the USB cable. (p.110)
• The battery can also be recharged with the optional battery charger BJ-11.
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Initial Settings
Turn the camera on and make the initial settings.
Turning the Camera On
2
1
Press the power button.
Getting Started
The power button lamp lights, and then the
status lamp blinks for several seconds.
The first time the camera is turned on after
purchase, the [Language/H] screen appears.
When the power button is pressed again, the
power turns off.
Turning the Camera On in the Playback Mode--------------------------------------------------------• When g is pressed and held with the camera turned off, the camera turns on in the playback mode.
The following operations are available.
g
Turns off the power of the camera.
Press z halfway
Switches the camera to the shooting mode.
Turning the Camera On with the Wireless LAN Function Enabled---------------------------------• When g is pressed and held with the camera turned off until a beep sounds, the camera turns on
in the playback mode with the wireless LAN function enabled. (p.115)
• When the wireless LAN function is enabled using g, the camera is not switched to the shooting
mode even if z is pressed. When performing shooting or other operations, press g to turn
the camera off and press the power button to turn the camera back on.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• The power button lamp can be set to [Off] in [Power Button Lamp] of the E4 menu. (p.129)
• If no operations are made for about one minute (default setting), the camera turns off automatically
to suppress battery drain. The power saving function can be set in the E7 menu. (p.131)
• The number of images taken on the day (except the deleted images) is displayed when the power
is turned off.
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Setting the Language and the Date and Time
You can set the display language for menus and the date and time.
1
2
Use ab to select a language, and press e.
The selected language is set and the [Date Adjustment] screen appears.
Set the display format and the date
and time.
3
Press e.
Set the Date Format,
Date and Time.
M/D/Y
Cancel
01
/ 01 / 2019
00 / 00
OK
The date and time are set and the camera is
ready to take a picture.
Getting Started
Use cd to select an item and ab to
change the value.
Press f to cancel the setting.
2
Date Adjustment
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• If the battery is removed for about five days, the date and time settings will be lost. To retain the
date and time settings, insert a battery with sufficient power for at least two hours, and then remove
the battery.
• You can change the language and the date and time settings in the E10 menu.
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Formatting a Memory Card
When using a new memory card or a memory card used with another device,
be sure to format the memory card with this camera. The internal memory
can also be formatted with the same operations.
2
1
Getting Started
2
Press f.
The menu appears.
Press c twice, and then use ab to
select E.
Setup
Format
Create New Folder
Folder Name
File Name
Sequential Numbering
Reset Numbering
RICOH
R0
Copyright Information
3
Press d twice, select [Format], and
press d.
File Setting
Format
Create New Folder
Folder Name
File Name
Sequential Numbering
Reset Numbering
RICOH
R0
Copyright Information
4
Use ab to select [Memory Card] or
[Internal Memory], and press d.
The confirmation screen appears.
5
Use a to select [Execute], and press
e.
The memory is formatted and the screen in
Step 4 reappears.
Format
Memory Card
Internal Memory
All data in Memory Card
will be deleted.
Execute
Cancel
6
42
OK
Press f twice.
The shooting screen reappears.
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Do not remove the memory card while formatting, or the card may be damaged.
• Formatting deletes all data, both protected and unprotected.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When a memory card is formatted, the volume label “RICOH GR” is assigned to the card.
2
Getting Started
43
Basic Shooting Operation
Shooting in the Program Mode
2
1
Set the mode dial to J while
pressing the lock button.
Getting Started
The exposure mode is set to [Program
AE] and the Live View is displayed.
2
Press z halfway.
3
Press z fully.
100
Focus is adjusted, and exposure is set.
The distance is measured from up to 25
points and the green focus frame appears for
the area in focus.
1/400
F5.6
400
The image you have just taken is displayed
on the monitor (Instant Review) and saved.
Focus----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Status lamp
• The status lamp and the frame color show whether the
subject is in focus.
Focus frame
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Focus Status
Frame Color
Status Lamp
Before focusing
White
Off
Subject in focus
Green
Green (on)
Unable to focus
Red
Green (blinks)
Magnifying Live View image-----------------------------------------------------------------------------• The Live View image can be magnified.
The following operations are available.
Press and hold j
Magnifies the Live View image.
p
Switches the magnification between [x4] and [x16].
abcd/Slide
Moves the magnified area.
e
Resets to the entire image display.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• You can set the display and operation of [Instant Review] that displays the captured image immediately after shooting in the D3 menu. (p.127)
2
Getting Started
• The image cannot be magnified during recording in B mode.
45
Viewing the Captured Images
Review the captured image on the monitor.
1
Press g.
2
View an image.
2
The camera switches to the playback mode
and the last image you took is displayed.
(Single image display)
Getting Started
02/02/2019 10:00
100-0001
1/2400 F5.6
1 /1
250
The following operations are available.
cd/Flick
46
Displays the previous or next image.
i
Deletes the image. (p.96)
p to the right/Pinch out
Magnifies the image.
p to the left/Pinch in
In magnified view: Reduces the image.
abcd/Slide
In magnified view: Moves the magnified area.
Press n/Double-tap
Magnifies the image with the magnification ([x4], [x8], [x16],
[100%]) set in [Quick Zoom] of the D3 menu. (p.127)
In magnified view: Returns to the single image display.
n to the left or right/r
Displays the previous or next image.
In magnified view: Displays the previous or next image without
changing the magnification.
j
Switches between [Standard Info. Display], [Detailed Info. Display],
and [No Information Display].
In magnified view: Switches between [Standard Info. Display] and
[No Information Display].
k
Displays the playback functions setting screen. (p.91)
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• If [Focus Magnification] is set to [On] (default setting) in the D3 menu, the image is magnified
centering on the AF point set in shooting.
• Movies cannot be magnified.
• If the image is switched to the previous or next image by flicking on the touch panel, animation is
displayed. The function can be set to [Off] in [Animation Setting] of the E2 menu.
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Getting Started
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Taking Still Images
Setting the Exposure Mode
3
Set an aperture value or shutter speed for shooting. The following settings
can be set.
2: Available
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Exposure Mode
#: Conditionally available
Aperture Value
Shutter Speed
Sensitivity
J
Program AE
#*1
#*1
2
K
Aperture Priority AE
2
Automatically set
2
L
Shutter Priority AE
Automatically set
2
2
N
Manual Exposure
2
2
2
*1 The Program Shift allows you to select the combination of aperture value and shutter speed.
1
Set the mode dial to J, K, L, or N.
The exposure mode and set value are displayed on the shooting screen.
100
1/400
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F5.6
800
2
Turn p or n to change a
value.
3
Exposure Mode
p
Program shift
Exposure compensation
K
Aperture value
Exposure compensation
L
Shutter speed
Exposure compensation
N
Aperture value
Shutter speed
In N mode, the exposure indicator is displayed. As a guide, the exposure is correct
when the exposure indicator is in the center.
When the exposure value is in the range of
±2 EV, the indicator changes according to the
exposure value. The indicator turns red when
the values are outside this range. When the
ISO sensitivity is set to ISO AUTO, the exposure compensation can be adjusted using
r.
3
Turn n to the Left or Right (q)
J
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The following settings can be changed.
100
1/400
F5.6
800
Shoot.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• If [Auto EV Compensation] is set to [On] in the A2 menu, the exposure is automatically compensated when the correct exposure cannot be achieved in K or L mode.
• Pressing z halfway activates the autofocus and AE Lock. To activate only the AE Lock, set [Shutter Button Setting] to [AE Lock] in the D2 menu. (p.125)
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Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Images are not displayed on the monitor during shooting.
AE Lock--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• The exposure value is locked while z is pressed halfway, and the lock is canceled when the
button is released.
• [AF+AE Lock] or [AE Lock] can be registered to [Fn Button Setting] in the D2 menu to use the function with h. By default, [AF+AE Lock] is assigned to h. (p.123)
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AF+AE Lock
Locks the focus and exposure value.
The lock is canceled when the button is released.
AE Lock
When [Keep AE Lock] is set to [On] in [Fn Button Setting] of the
D2 menu, the AE lock is kept if the button in released.
• If the sensitivity is fixed at a certain sensitivity in N mode or if the shutter speed is set to [B], [T], or
[BT], the AE lock function is not available.
AF Using the Touch Panel---------------------------------------------------------------------------------• By default, only the AF point can be changed using the
touch panel. To perform autofocus and shooting using the
touch panel, set [Touch AF] in the D2 menu.
Touch AF
AF Point
AF Point+Focus
AF Point+Focus+Shoot
Off
Cancel
AF Point
Sets the AF point to the touched point.
AF Point+Focus
Sets the AF point to the touched point and performs autofocus.
AF Point+Focus+Shoot
Sets the AF point to the touched point, performs autofocus, and
shoots.
Off
Does not use the touch AF.
When the touch AF is activated in B mode, autofocus is performed with [AF Point+Focus].
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OK
Program Line------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• You can set the program line for J mode to [Max Aperture Priority] in [Program Line] of the A2
menu.
Bulb, Time, and Bulb Timer-------------------------------------------------------------------------------• If the sensitivity is fixed at a certain sensitivity in N
mode, [B], [T], or [BT] can be set for the shutter speed.
100
3
Shutter Speed
F5.6
800
Operation
B
Bulb
Exposure is continued while z is pressed, and canceled when
the button is released.
T
Time
Exposure is started when z is pressed, and ended when the
button is pressed again.
BT
Bulb timer
Exposure is started when z is pressed, and ended after the set
time has elapsed.
Set the exposure time using r.
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BT
• [B] and [T] are available when [Drive Mode] is set to [Single Frame Shooting] or [Multi-exposure],
and [BT] is available when [Drive Mode] is set to [Single Frame Shooting], [Multi-exposure], [Interval
Shooting], or [Interval Composite].
• Operation is also possible using the optional cable switch (CA-3) in place of z. When using the
cable switch, connect it to the camera with the provided USB cable.
• [One Push AE in M Mode] in [Fn Button Setting] of the D2 menu does not work.
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Preview--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
3
• When [Hold Movie/Wireless Btn.] is set to [Preview] in [Fn Button Setting] of the D2 menu, the
Preview is available. (p.123) If you press and hold k, the aperture is adjusted to the set aperture
value, and you can check the depth of field. It is canceled when k is released.
• When [Hold Movie/Wireless Btn.] is set to [Wireless LAN Setting] (default setting), k works as the
switch to turn on/off the wireless LAN function. In this case, the Preview is not available.
• In the Preview mode, you cannot perform shooting and change the aperture value.
• When using the flash, the actual aperture value may differ from the Preview.
• The Preview is used for checking the depth of field, so it may not function properly with AE.
• This function is not available in B mode.
Functions in N Mode--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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• The functions for p and n in N mode can be
switched in [M Mode Dial Setting] of the D2 menu.
• When [One Push AE in M Mode] is registered in [Fn Button
Setting] (p.123) of the D2 menu, you can select the
priority of values for when the button is pressed,.
M Mode Dial Setting
Aperture
Shutter Speed
Custom1
Custom2
Cancel
Program AE
Adjusts both the aperture value and shutter speed.
Aperture Priority AE
Sets the aperture value to a fixed value and adjusts the shutter speed.
Shutter Priority AE
Sets the shutter speed to a fixed value and adjusts the aperture value.
When ISO AUTO is set, [One Push AE in M Mode] does not work.
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OK
Using Exposure Compensation
1
Press n (o) to the left or right.
The value will be plus (+) when the button is
pressed to the right, and minus (-) when it is
pressed to the left.
In N mode, turn r.
Settings can be made in the range of ±5.0 EV
(±2.0 EV in B mode) in increments of 1/3 EV
steps.
• Exposure compensation is not available when the sensitivity is fixed at a certain sensitivity in N
mode.
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Caution--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
3
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Recording Movies
1
3
Press k.
The camera enters B mode.
You can switch the camera to the movie
mode also from [Still/Movie] of the A4/B4
menu.
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2
Focus on the subject.
3
Press z fully.
4
Press z again.
1:00´00˝
When [Focus] is set to [AF], press z halfway.
Recording starts.
The recording time is displayed while recording.
0:01´58˝
Recording stops.
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When [Sound Recording] is set to [On] (default setting) in the B5 menu, camera operation sounds
are also recorded.
• If the internal temperature of the camera becomes high during recording, recording may be terminated.
• The following functions cannot be used in B mode.
• Flash
• Wireless LAN
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Memo----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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• Movies are recorded in J mode regardless of the mode dial setting. Exposure compensation is possible.
• When [Touch AF] is activated in the D2 menu, autofocus can be performed using the touch panel
even while recording movies.
• You can record a movie continuously up to 4 GB or 25 minutes. Recording stops when the memory
card or internal memory becomes full. The maximum recording time per shooting depends on the
capacity of the memory card. (p.151) Shooting may stop even before the maximum recording time
is reached.
• The amount of time remaining is calculated based on the amount of memory available and may not
diminish at an even rate.
• Use a memory card of Speed Class 6 or higher for recording movies.
• The use of the battery with sufficient power or the optional AC adapter (D-AC166) is recommended.
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Playing Back Movies
3
1
Press g.
2
Use cd to select a movie to play back.
3
Play back a movie.
An image is displayed in the single image display of playback mode.
The first frame of the movie is displayed as a still image.
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100-0010
00´ 20˝
5
a/Tap
Plays back/Pauses a movie.
b/Double-tap
Stops playback.
p
Adjusts the sound volume (0 to 20).
cd
During playback: Fast-reverses/Fast-forwards playback.
While playback is paused: Reverses/Forwards a frame.
h
While playback is paused: Saves a still image as a JPEG file.
j
Switches between [Standard Info. Display] and [No Information
Display].
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• The sound volume at the start of movie playback can be set in [Playback Sound Volume] of the C3
menu.
• In [Movie Edit] of the C2 menu, a movie file can be divided into multiple segments or clipped.
(p.108)
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Setting the Focus
Setting the Focus Mode
Measures the distances from 5 × 5 AF areas and focuses to the optimum AF area.
(Default setting)
Auto-area AF
Focuses to the selected AF areas. (p.59)
3
Select AF
Pinpoint AF
Tracking AF
Tracks the subject and continually focuses. (p.59)
When z is pressed halfway, the subject inside the frame in the center of the
monitor is set as the target to be tracked, and a green target symbol appears. When
a tracking target cannot be found, the frame turns red.
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Focuses on a smaller area than [Select AF]. (p.59)
Keeps focusing while z is pressed halfway. (p.59)
[Focus-priority] or [FPS-priority] can be set in [AF.C Setting] of the A1 menu.
Continuous AF
Focuses manually. (p.60)
MF
Snap
Fixes the focus to the set distance.
Set a distance in [Snap Focus Distance] of the A1 menu.
Turn p while pressing a to change the set distance.
Fixes the focus distance at infinity. This is useful for shooting distant scenes.
Z
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1
2
3
3
4
Select [Focus] in the A1/B1 menu, and press d.
Use ab to select a setting.
In B mode, select from [AF], [MF], [Snap],
and [Z].
Press e.
Focus
Auto-area AF
Select AF
Pinpoint AF
Tracking AF
Continuous AF
MF
Cancel
OK
Press f.
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The focus mode icon appears on the shooting screen.
100
1/400
F5.6
400
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• This function can be registered to [ADJ Mode Setting] or [Fn Button Setting] of the D2 menu.
(p.121, p.123)
If [Set MF], [Set Snap], or [Set Tracking AF] is set to [Fn Button Setting], the focus modes can be
switched with button operation only.
• When [Auto-area AF], [Select AF], or [Pinpoint AF] is set, faces of people are automatically detected.
The setting can be changed to [Use only in Auto-area AF] or [Off] in [Face Detection] of the A1
menu.
• When [Auto-area AF], [Select AF], or [Pinpoint AF] is set, the AF assist light on the front of the camera
lights as necessary. The AF assist light can be set to [Off] in [AF Assist Light] of the A1 menu.
• When [Focus Peaking] is set to [Highlight Edge] or [Extract Edge] in the A1/B1 menu, the outline of the subject in focus is emphasized, and this makes it easier to check the focus.
• By default, the autofocus works with h. The action of h can be set in [Focus Settings] of [Fn
Button Setting] in the D2 menu. (p.124)
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When [Shutter Button Setting] is set to [AE Lock] in the D2 menu, the autofocus does not work
when z is pressed halfway. (p.125)
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Selecting the Desired AF Point
1
Set [Select AF], [Pinpoint AF], [Tracking AF], or [Continuous AF]
in [Focus] of the A1 menu.
2
Press e on the shooting screen.
3
Use abcd to set an AF point.
100
3
Press and hold e to reset the AF point to
the center.
1/400
F5.6
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4
The AF point can be changed.
400
Press e.
The AF point is set.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When [4-way Controller] is set to [AF point change Priority] in the D2 menu, the AF point can be moved using
abcd without pressing e. In this case, the button functions are as follows.
4-way Controller
Direct Key Priority
AF point change Priority
Cancel
OK
e
Resets the AF point to the center.
Press and hold e
Switches between the AF point setting by abcd and the direct functions (stuv).
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Focusing Manually (Manual Focus)
If the camera fails to focus automatically, you can focus manually.
The manual focus enables shooting at a fixed distance.
1
Set [MF] in [Focus] of the A1/B1 menu.
2
Press a.
3
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The focus bar appears on the shooting screen.
100
d appears on the focus bar.
1/400
3
F5.6
400
Use r to set a focus distance.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• If [MF Auto Magnification] is set to [On] in the A1/B1 menu, the image on the shooting screen
is automatically magnified. This makes it easier to focus.
Shooting Close-ups (Macro)
The camera focuses to the range of 6 to 12 cm from the front edge of the
lens.
1
Press a (s) in the shooting mode.
The camera enters the macro mode and the
macro icon appears on the shooting screen.
100
3
F5.6
400
Shoot.
To cancel the macro mode, press a again.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• The macro mode can be set to [On] or [Off] in [Macro Mode] of the A4/B4 menu.
• When [Focus] is set to [Snap] or [Z], [Select AF] is applied.
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2
1/400
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When [Focus] is set to [MF], pressing a enables focus distance adjustment. (p.60) To enter the
macro mode, set [Macro Mode] in the A4/B4 menu.
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Shooting with a Single Press of the Shutter Release Button (Full Press Snap)
3
While pressing z halfway operates autofocus, pressing z fully
quickly performs shooting at the set focal distance. This function is called
“Full Press Snap”. The camera focuses at the distance set in [Snap Focus Distance] of the A1/B1 menu.
100
Set [Full Press Snap] of the A1 menu.
1.5m
When set to [On], the icon and shooting distance are displayed on the shooting screen.
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F5.6
400
On
Performs shooting by focusing at the distance set in [Snap Focus Distance] when
z is fully pressed.
Off
Performs autofocus and then shooting.
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• “Full Press Snap” is not available in the following cases.
• B mode
• Macro mode
• When [Focus] is set to [MF], [Snap], or [Z]
• When [Drive Mode] is set to [Self-timer]
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Even when [Full Press Snap] is set to [On], the camera focuses at the setting in [Focus] when z
is pressed halfway.
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Setting the Exposure
Selecting a Metering Method
Set the metering method in [AE Metering] of
the A2/B2 menu.
AE Metering
Multi-segment
Center-weighted
Spot
Highlight-weighted
Cancel
OK
Multi-segment
Meters exposure with emphasis on the center.
Center-weighted
Spot
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Meters exposure in multiple areas of the frame.
3
Meters exposure within a narrow range.
Use this option when metering exposure in a part of an image or when the metering
target subject is small.
Meters exposure in multiple areas of the frame with emphasis on the bright areas.
Highlight-weighted
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• This function can be registered to [ADJ Mode Setting] of the D2 menu. (p.121)
• When [Link AE and AF Point] is set to [On] in the A2 menu, the metering point and the AF point can
be linked in the following combinations of the [AE Metering] and [Focus] settings.
AE Metering
Focus
Multi-segment
[Select AF], [Pinpoint AF], [Tracking AF], or [Continuous AF]
Spot
[Select AF], [Pinpoint AF], or [Continuous AF]
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Setting the ISO Sensitivity
1
2
Press c (u).
Use r to change the value.
100
Values from ISO 100 to ISO 102400 can be set.
Press h to reset to ISO AUTO. Press h again
to reset to the value set last.
3
ISO AUTO
1/400 F5.6
400
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Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• This function can be set to [ADJ Mode Setting] of the D2 menu. (p.121)
• Images taken with a higher sensitivity may appear grainy.
• Depending on the ISO sensitivity setting, the setting of [D-Range Correction] in the A6 menu is
disabled. (p.84)
• ISO sensitivity can also be set in [ISO Setting] of the A2 ISO Setting
AUTO
menu. The detailed settings of ISO AUTO can be set from ISO Setting
ISO Auto Upper Limit
6400
the menu.
ISO Auto Lower Limit
Minimum Shutter Speed
100
1/125
ISO Auto Upper Limit
Select the highest ISO sensitivity for ISO AUTO.
ISO Auto Lower Limit
Select the lowest ISO sensitivity for ISO AUTO.
Minimum Shutter Speed
Select the shutter speed to increase the sensitivity for ISO AUTO.
• When the setting of [ISO Button] has been changed in [Fn Button Setting] (p.123) of the D2
menu, set in the A2 menu.
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Using a Flash
When a flash unit (optional) is connected to the camera, you can discharge
a flash for shooting.
The following flash units can be used.
• PENTAX AF540FGZ, PENTAX AF540FGZ II
• PENTAX AF360FGZ, PENTAX AF360FGZ II
• PENTAX AF201FG
Connecting a Flash Unit
2
3
Remove the hot shoe cover from the
camera.
3
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1
Turn the camera and the external flash unit off and attach the
flash unit to the camera hot shoe.
Turn the camera and the external flash unit on.
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Turn the external flash unit off before removing it from the camera.
• If the external flash unit is not recognized by the camera, turn the camera and external flash unit off
and then remove and reattach the flash.
Using Other External Flash Units------------------------------------------------------------------------• Use only flash units with one signal terminal, which must be an X-contact with a positive voltage of
no more than 20 V.
• When other external flash units are used, you cannot set the flash mode. The flash always operates
with [Flash On].
• A flash signal is output to the X-contact of the hot shoe regardless of the flash setting.
• Use an external flash unit with a lighting angle that covers the angle of view of the shooting lens.
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Setting the Flash Mode
Always fires the flash. (Default setting)
Flash On
Forces the flash to fire while reducing the red-eye phenomenon.
Flash On+Red-eye
3
Slow-speed Sync
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Slow Sync+Red-eye
1
2
3
Fires the flash with the shutter speed slowed. Use when taking nightscape pictures
that include people. Use of a tripod is recommended to prevent blur.
Fires the flash with the shutter speed slowed while reducing the red-eye phenomenon.
Select [Flash Mode] in the A2 menu, and press d.
Select [Flash Mode], and press d.
Use ab to select a flash mode, and
press e.
Flash Mode
Flash On
Flash On+Red-eye
Slow-speed Sync
Slow Sync+Red-eye
Cancel
4
5
OK
To compensate the flash exposure, select [Flash Exposure
Comp.], and press d.
Select a compensation value, and
press e.
Settings can be made in the range from -2.0
to +1.0.
Flash Exposure Comp.
+0.3
0.0
-0.3
-0.7
-1.0
-1.3
6
Cancel
OK
Press f twice.
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• In L and N modes, [Slow-speed Sync] and [Slow Sync+Red-eye] cannot be selected.
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Reducing Noise
Slow Shutter Speed Noise Reduction
Using a long shutter speed results in a noisy
image. When [Slow Shutter Speed NR] is set in
the A6 menu, noise reduction processing is
carried out.
Slow Shutter Speed NR
Auto
On
Off
Cancel
OK
Applies the noise reduction according to the shutter speed, sensitivity, and internal
temperature of the camera.
On
Applies the noise reduction when the shutter speed is slower than 1 second.
Off
Does not apply the noise reduction at any ISO setting.
The status lamp blinks while the processing of [Slow Shutter Speed NR] is
being performed.
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Auto
3
High-ISO Noise Reduction
You can reduce the amount of noise when image are taken with a higher
sensitivity.
1
Select [High-ISO Noise Reduction] in [Noise Reduction] of the
A6 menu, and press d.
The [High-ISO Noise Reduction] screen appears.
2
Use ab to select a setting, and
press e.
High-ISO Noise Reduction
Auto
Low
Medium
High
Custom
Off
Cancel
OK
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Auto
Automatically reduces noises according to the ISO sensitivity.
Low, Medium, High
Applies Noise Reduction at constant chosen level throughout ISO range.
Custom
The Noise Reduction level can be set for each ISO setting.
Off
Does not apply Noise Reduction at any ISO setting.
The [Noise Reduction] screen appears.
When [Custom] is selected, proceed to the next step.
When other settings are selected, proceed to Step 5.
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3
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4
Select [Custom Options], and press d.
The ISO sensitivity setting screen appears.
Use ab to select an ISO sensitivity
and cd to select a level.
High-ISO Noise Reduction
ISO 100
ISO 200
ISO 400
ISO 800
ISO 1600
ISO 3200
Cancel
5
6
OK
Press e.
Press f twice.
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When noise reduction is set, it may take longer than normal to save images.
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Setting the White Balance
Make adjustments to the white balance so that white subjects will appear
white under any kind of light.
If the white balance is not how you thought it would be when shooting
an object of a single color or when shooting under multiple light sources,
change the setting.
Adjusts the white balance automatically.
3
Auto White Balance
Used when shooting in daylight under clear skies.
Daylight
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Automatically optimizes the white balance to match each of the separate areas
of light even when multiple light sources are mixed together, such as sunlight
and flash.
Multi Auto White Balance
This cannot be selected in B mode.
Used when shooting in shade.
Shade
Used when shooting in daylight under cloudy skies.
Cloudy
Used with daylight fluorescent lighting.
Fl. - Daylight Color
Used with neutral white fluorescent lighting.
Fl. - Daylight White
Used with cool white fluorescent lighting.
Fl. - Cool White
Used with warm white fluorescent lighting.
Fl. - Warm White
Used with incandescent lighting.
Tungsten
CTE
Exaggerates the color of the light source to leave the color of the subject.
Use this setting when you want to emphasize the color used for most part of the
image.
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Set the white balance manually. (p.72)
Manual White Balance
Set the color temperature between 2500 to 10000 K. (p.73)
Color Temperature
3
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1
Press t (b) in the shooting mode.
2
Use ab to select a setting.
3
4
The [White Balance] screen appears.
If no compensation is required, proceed to
Step 6.
Refer to p.72 for details on [Manual White
Balance] and p.73 for [Color Temperature].
White Balance Settings
Multi Auto White Balance
Cancel
OK
Press h.
Use abcd to fine-tune the color.
Daylight
G1:A1
Cancel
5
70
Press e.
The screen in Step 2 reappears.
OK
6
Press e.
The white balance icon appears on the shooting screen.
100
G1B1
1/400
F5.6
400
Memo----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Caution--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
3
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• The white balance can also be set in [White Balance] of the A3/B3 menu.
• When [Composite Mode] is set to [Average] in [Multi-exposure] of [Drive Mode] (p.77), [Auto White
Balance] is applied even if [Multi Auto White Balance] is set.
• To automatically adjust the white balance when the light source is specified, set [WB Fine-tuning] to
[On] in the A3/B3 menu.
• You can set the tungsten light color tone for [Auto White Balance] in [AWB in Tungsten Light] of the
A3/B3 menu.
• The white balance may not be adjusted correctly for a subject that is mostly dark.
• When using a flash, set the white balance to [Auto White Balance], [Multi Auto White Balance], or
[Manual White Balance]. The white balance may not be adjusted correctly for other settings.
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Setting the White Balance Manually
1
2
3
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72
Select [Manual White Balance] in Step 2 on p.70.
Aim the camera at a white subject, such as a sheet of paper,
under the light for shooting.
3
Press j.
4
Use abcd to adjust the point.
An image to be used for white balance adjustment is taken.
Manual White Balance
Cancel
5
Press e.
6
Press e.
The [White Balance] screen reappears.
The shooting screen reappears.
OK
Setting the Color Temperature
1
Select [Color Temperature] in Step 2 on p.70, and press d.
2
Use ab to set a value.
The [Color Temperature] screen appears.
The color temperature can be set between
2500 to 10000 K in increments of 10 K.
Press j to fine-tune the color.
Color Temperature
5000K
0:0
3
Press e.
4
Press e.
The [White Balance] screen reappears.
The shooting screen reappears.
OK
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Cancel
3
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Setting the Drive Mode
1
Press v (d) in the shooting mode.
2
Press d.
3
Use ab to select a drive mode.
3
The [Drive Mode] screen appears.
The [Drive] screen appears.
For [Self-timer], refer to p.83.
Drive Mode
Single Frame Shooting
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Drive
Single Frame Shooting
Cancel
Takes a single picture per shooting.
OK
—
Single Frame Shooting
Performs continuous shooting while z is pressed.
p.79
Takes three images with different exposure settings.
p.76
Takes images while merging them together.
p.77
Takes pictures automatically at a fixed interval.
p.79
Continuous Shooting
Bracketing
Multi-exposure
Interval Shooting
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Interval Composite
Merges a series of images taken continuously in such a way p.81
that the bright areas remain. Use this function when you
want to record the trails of light formed by stars or the moon
during nightscape shooting at a fixed position.
4
Press e.
100
The drive mode icon appears on the shooting screen.
1/400
F5.6
400
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• The drive mode can also be set in [Drive Mode] of the A4 menu.
1
2
Select [Continuous Shooting] in Step 3 on p.74.
Press and hold z on the shooting screen.
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Shooting Continuously (Continuous Shooting)
3
Pictures continue to be taken as long as you hold down z.
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Shooting with Varied Exposure Values (Bracketing)
1
Select [Bracketing] in Step 3 on
p.74, and press h.
Drive
Bracketing
The detailed setting screen appears.
Cancel
3
2
Use abcd to change the setting.
OK
Bracketing
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Bracket Value
±0.3
Bracketing Order
0−+
Bracket Value
Sets the range in which to change the exposure from ±0.3 to ±5.0.
Bracketing Order
Sets the order of 3 images to be taken from [0 - +], [- 0 +], [+ 0 -],
and [0 + -].
3
Press f.
4
Press e.
5
Press z.
The [Drive] screen reappears.
The shooting screen reappears.
Three images are saved in the set order with one release of the shutter.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When using the flash, pictures are taken while automatically changing flash exposure.
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Shooting While Merging Images Together (Multi-exposure)
1
Select [Multi-exposure] in Step 3 on
p.74, and press h.
Drive
Multi-exposure
The detailed setting screen appears.
Composite Mode
Save Interim Images
Cancel
Use abcd to change the setting.
OK
Multi-exposure
Composite Mode
Save Interim Images
Average
Composite Mode
[Average]: Creates a composite image with the average exposure.
[Additive]: Creates a composite image with the cumulatively added
exposure.
[Bright]: Creates a composite image replacing only the portions that
are brighter compared with the first image.
Save Interim Images
Specifies whether to save unprocessed images and images in the
middle of processing.
Images in the middle of processing are saved in JPEG format.
3
Press f.
4
Press e.
5
Take the first image.
3
Taking Pictures
2
Average
The [Drive] screen reappears.
The shooting screen reappears.
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6
To take the next image, select [Next
shot], and then press e.
To retake the image, select [Retake shot].
Next shot
Retake shot
Complete
Execute
7
Take the next image.
8
Select [Complete] to end shooting.
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Repeat Steps 6 and 7.
To return to the previous merged image, select [Retake shot].
The merged image is saved.
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• The settings for the following functions cannot be changed during the multiple exposure shooting.
• [White Balance] of the A3 menu
• [Drive Mode] of the A4 menu
• [File Format], [Aspect Ratio], [Crop], and [JPEG Recorded Pixels] of the A5 menu
• [Image Control] of the A6 menu
Shooting Automatically at Set Intervals (Interval Shooting)
The camera takes pictures automatically at fixed intervals.
1
Select [Interval Shooting] in Step 3 on
p.74, and press h.
Drive
Interval Shooting
The detailed setting screen appears.
Interval
Number of Shots
Start Interval
Start Time
Cancel
Use abcd to change the setting.
3
OK
Interval Shooting
Interval
00´01˝
Number of Shots
Start Interval
Start Time
2
Now
00:00
Interval
Specifies the shooting interval to the minimum time or in the range
up to 60 minutes.
Number of Shots
Specifies the number of shots to [Z] or from [2] to [99].
Start Interval
Specifies whether to take the first image immediately or at the set
time.
Start Time
Specifies the time when [Start Interval] is set to [Set Time].
3
Press f.
4
Press e.
5
Press z.
Taking Pictures
2
00´00˝
2
Now
00:00
The [Drive] screen reappears.
The shooting screen reappears.
When [Start Interval] is set to [Now], the first image is taken. When [Set Time]
is set, shooting starts at the set time.
To cancel shooting, press e.
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Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Depending on the shooting settings, the time until the next picture is taken may be longer than the
time set for interval shooting.
• When the shooting interval is short, the exposure for the first image may be used for the second
and later images.
• The interval shooting is canceled if the exposure mode is changed or the power is turned off.
Memo----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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• For each interval shooting, a new folder is created and the captured images are saved there.
• If shooting is performed with “Full Press Snap” when [Focus] (p.57) is set to [MF], [Snap], or [Z]
in the A1 menu, the focus is fixed at the position of the first shot.
• The use of the battery with sufficient power or the optional AC adapter (D-AC166) is recommended.
Recording Star Trails (Interval Composite)
1
2
Mount the camera on a tripod, and take a test shot.
Set the exposure, focus mode, and white balance, and then check the composition. Images are merged with this exposure setting.
Select [Interval Composite] in Step 3
on p.74, and press h.
Drive
Interval Composite
The detailed setting screen appears.
3
4
5
Use abcd to change the setting.
3
00h10m
Now
00:00
OK
Interval Composite
Shooting Period
00h10m
Start Interval
Start Time
Save Interim Images
Now
00:00
Shooting Period
Specifies the shooting period to [Z] or in the range from 10 minutes
to 24 hours.
Start Interval
Specifies whether to take the first image immediately or at the set
time.
Start Time
Specifies the time when [Start Interval] is set to [Set Time].
Save Interim Images
Specifies whether to save unprocessed images and images in the
middle of processing.
Images in the middle of processing are saved in JPEG format.
Taking Pictures
Shooting Period
Start Interval
Start Time
Save Interim Images
Cancel
Press f.
The [Drive] screen reappears.
Press e.
The shooting screen reappears.
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6
Take the first image.
Images are taken continuously at the shortest interval.
To check the images being merged, press z halfway.
If z is pressed fully, the images merged up to that point are saved as they
are, and the interval composite shooting starts with a new image.
To cancel shooting, press e.
Caution--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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• If e is pressed or z is fully pressed during exposure, the image at that moment is not
merged.
• The interval shooting is canceled if the exposure mode is changed or the power is turned off.
• Autofocus is not performed for the second image and subsequent images.
• [Slow Shutter Speed NR] of [Noise Reduction] in the A6 menu and [Shake Reduction] of the A7
menu are fixed to [Off].
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• For each interval composite, a new folder is created and the images are saved there.
• The values of the following settings are fixed when the first image is taken.
• ISO sensitivity, shutter speed, and aperture value when ISO AUTO is set
• White balance value when the white balance is set to [Auto White Balance]
• During shooting in a dark location, using the optional external viewfinder (GV-1/GV-2) is convenient.
Using the Self-timer
In the drive modes other than [Continuous
Shooting], [Self-timer] can be used.
The self-timer can be set to [10sec.] or [2sec.].
The AF assist light blinks during the countdown for self-timer shooting.
Self-timer
10sec.
Cancel
OK
Memo----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
3
Taking Pictures
• The self-timer can only be used for the first image in [Interval Shooting] and [Interval Composite].
When [Start Interval] is set to [Set Time], the self-timer cannot be used.
• You can set the AF assist light not to blink during the countdown. (p.129)
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Configuring the Capture Settings
Image Capture Settings
Set the file format for still images in [Image
Capture Settings] of the A5 menu.
Image Capture Settings
File Format
Aspect Ratio
Crop
3:2
Off
JPEG Recorded Pixels
Color Space
3
Image Control
Peripheral Illumin. Corr.
Taking Pictures
File Format
[JPEG]
[RAW]: Records a RAW image (DNG format).
[RAW+JPEG]: Records a RAW image simultaneously with a JPEG
image.
Aspect Ratio
[3:2], [1:1]
Crop
[35mm], [50mm], [Off]
JPEG Recorded Pixels
[L], [M], [S], [XS]
Color Space
[sRGB], [AdobeRGB]
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When [Aspect Ratio] is set to [1:1], black band(s) appears at the right and left sides of the monitor.
• This function can be registered to [ADJ Mode Setting] or [Fn Button Setting] in the D2 menu.
(p.121, p.123)
If [JPEG Ž RAW] or [JPEG Ž RAW+] is set to [Fn Button Setting], the image format can be easily
switched.
Shooting RAW Images-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• A RAW image can be converted to JPEG format in [RAW Development] of the C2 menu. (p.100)
• The following functions are not reflected in RAW images. These functions can be reflected when a
RAW image is converted to JPEG format in [RAW Development] of the C2 menu.
• Image Control
• Shadow Correction
When [RAW+JPEG] is set, the functions mentioned above are reflected in JPEG images only.
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Crop-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When [Crop] is set to [35mm] or [50mm], the 35 mm equivalent angle of view is changed from default 28 mm to 35 mm or 50 mm, and the image display is also changed.
• When [Crop] is set, a restriction is applied to [JPEG Recorded Pixels].
Crop
JPEG Recorded Pixels
35mm
When [L] is set: Records images with [M].
50mm
When [L] or [M] is set: Records images with [S].
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Movie Capture Settings
Movie Capture Settings
Macro Mode
Framerate
Sound Recording
Image Control
Peripheral Illumin. Corr.
D-Range Correction
Movie SR
Framerate
[60p], [30p], [24p]
Sound Recording
[On], [Off]
60p
Taking Pictures
Set the file format for movies in [Movie Capture
Settings] of the B5 menu.
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Setting the Image Finishing Tone and Correction
Using the ND Filter
3
With [ND Filter] in the A2/B2 menu, you can
set whether or not to always use the camera’s
internal ND filter.
ND Filter
Auto
On
Off
Taking Pictures
Cancel
OK
Auto
The camera determines whether to turn the function on or off according to conditions. The ND
filter is used if the icon is displayed on the shooting screen when z is pressed halfway.
[Auto] cannot be selected in B mode.
On
The ND filter is always used. The icon is displayed on the shooting screen.
Off
The ND filter is not used.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• This function can be registered to [Fn Button Setting] in the D2 menu. (p.123)
Reducing Moiré (AA Filter Simulator)
A moiré reduction effect simulating that of a
low-pass filter can be achieved with [AA Filter
Simulator] of the A4 menu.
[High], [Low], or [Off ] can be selected.
AA Filter Simulator
High
Low
Off
Cancel
OK
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When shooting with a fast shutter speed or using a flash, the full effect of this function may not be
achieved.
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Setting the Image Atmosphere (Image Control)
Images with varied saturation and contrast can be taken.
The settings such as the hue can be changed to take distinctive images.
Takes images with normal image quality.
Standard
Takes images with sharp and vivid colors.
Vivid
Takes a black and white image.
Takes a black and white image that gives soft impression.
Soft Monotone
Takes a black and white image that gives hard impression.
Taking Pictures
Monotone
3
Hard Monotone
Hi-Contrast B&W
Takes a black and white image with stronger contrast. Makes it possible to take
images with a grainy feel, such as that created with ultra-high-sensitivity film in
a film camera or with push processing film at the development stage.
Takes highly saturated images like those taken with positive film.
Positive Film
Takes images with low saturation and high contrast.
Bleach Bypass
Takes images that look like old photos.
Retro
Takes images finished like a painting with enhanced fine contrast.
HDR Tone
Two settings can be registered.
Custom1
Custom2
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1
Select [Image Control] in the A6/B6 menu, and press d.
2
Use ab to select an image.
The [Image Control] screen appears.
Proceed to Step 6 if you do not need to
change the parameters.
Image Control
Standard
Cancel
3
Taking Pictures
3
Press h.
4
Use abcd to change the setting.
OK
The detailed setting screen appears.
Available parameters vary depending on the
selected image.
Standard
Saturation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
OK
Cancel
5
6
7
Press e.
The screen in Step 2 reappears.
Press e.
Press f.
The icon appears on the shooting screen.
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Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• [Soft Monotone] and [HDR Tone] cannot be selected in B mode.
• The [Image Control] setting is not applied to RAW images. It can be set when [RAW Development] of
the C2 menu is performed. (p.100)
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• This function can be registered to [ADJ Mode Setting] or [Fn Button Setting] in the D2 menu.
(p.121, p.123)
Correcting the Peripheral Illumination
With [Peripheral Illumin. Corr.] of the A6/B6
menu, you can reduce peripheral light fall-off
occurring due to lens properties.
Peripheral Illumin. Corr.
On
Off
Cancel
OK
3
With [D-Range Correction] of the A6/B6
menu, you can expand an image gradation to
make the bright and dark portions of an image
clearly visible.
D-Range Correction
Highlight Correction
Shadow Correction
Taking Pictures
Correcting a Range of Tones (D-Range Correction)
[Auto], [On], or [Off] can be selected.
[On] cannot be selected in B mode.
Highlight Correction
[Auto], [Low], [Medium], [High], or [Off] can be selected.
Shadow Correction
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When [Shadow Correction] is set to [High], noise may be noticeable in images.
• When the ISO sensitivity is set to a value lower than ISO 200, [Highlight Correction] has no effect.
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Reducing Blurring of Images
To automatically reduce blurring of images, set the following functions.
By default, both settings are set to [On].
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Taking Pictures
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Still image mode
[Shake Reduction] of the A7 menu
Movie mode
[Movie SR] of the B7 menu
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• If [Shake Reduction] is set to [Fn Button Setting] in the D2 menu, the Shake Reduction function can
be turned on and off with button operation only. (p.123)
• When [Self-timer] is set in [Drive Mode], [Shake Reduction] is automatically set to [Off]. To fix the
setting to [On], set [Auto SR Off] to [Disable Auto SR Off] in the A7 menu.
Playback Functions
Using the Playback Functions
You can set the playback functions from the C menu or on the playback
functions setting screen.
Press k in the playback mode to display the Delete
playback functions setting screen. The C1/
C2 menu settings can be set on the playback
functions setting screen.
OK
• The playback functions that are not supported by the displayed image cannot be used.
Playback Functions
Caution--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Changing the Playback Method
Displaying Multiple Images
You can display multiple images in the thumbnail view.
1
Turn p to the left once in the single
image display of playback mode.
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Playback Functions
The following operations are available.
2
abcd
Moves the selection frame.
j
Switches between 20-image view and 48-image view.
i
Deletes the selected image.
k
Displays the playback functions setting screen.
Press e.
The selected image is displayed in the single image display.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Images are played back in order of shooting date. The playback order can be changed to [File No.] in
[Playback Order Options] of the C3 menu.
• If you select [Delete], [Protect], or [File Transfer] of the C1 menu while multiple images are displayed, each function is applied to all the displayed images.
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Selecting and Deleting Multiple Images
1
2
Press i on the screen in Step 1 of “Displaying Multiple Images”
(p.92).
Select images in multi-image display.
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Execute
4
Moves the selection frame.
e
Selects/Deselects an image.
j
Selects the starting or ending point for image selection range.
3
Press h.
4
Select [Execute], and press e.
The deletion confirmation screen appears.
Playback Functions
abcd
The selected images are deleted.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Protected images cannot be selected.
• The method to select multiple images is the same also for the following functions.
• Protect (p.97)
• File Transfer (p.99)
Display the C menus or playback functions setting screen in Step 1 of “Displaying Multiple Images”
(p.92), and select the function.
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Displaying Rotated Images
You can change image rotation information.
1
2
4
Playback Functions
94
Select [Image Rotation] in the C1 menu or on the playback
functions setting screen, and press d.
Select the rotation direction, and
press e.
Image Rotation
Cancel
OK
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• In the playback mode, the displayed image is rotated according to the camera’s orientation. When
[Auto Image Rotation] is set to [Off] in the C3 menu, the image display orientation is fixed regardless of the [Image Rotation] setting.
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Rotation direction cannot be changed when the write-protect switch on the memory card is locked
or for the following images.
• Movies
• Protected images
Connecting the Camera to an AV Device
Connect the camera to an AV device such as TVs to display Live View images
while shooting or to play back images.
Prepare a commercially available conversion cable that is suitable for the device connected to the camera.
1
2
Turn the AV device and camera off.
Open the terminal cover of the
camera, and connect the conversion
cable to the USB terminal.
4
Connect the other end of the conversion cable to the input
terminal on the AV device.
For details, refer to the operating manual for the AV device.
4
Turn the AV device and camera on.
Caution--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Playback Functions
3
• While the camera is connected to an AV device, nothing is displayed on the camera monitor.
• The audio of the video is output from the AV device. Adjust the volume on the AV device.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• The USB terminal (USB Type-C) on this camera supports DisplayPort.
• To output images to a device with an HDMI® terminal, used a USB (Type-C)-to-HDMI® adapter. Some
adapters cannot be used with this camera.
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Organizing Files
Deleting Files
1
2
4
Playback Functions
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3
Select [Delete] in the C1 menu or on the playback functions
setting screen.
Select [Delete 1 image] or [Delete All Images].
When [Delete 1 image] is selected, use cd to select an image.
For images taken with [File Format] set to 02/02/2019 10:00
[RAW+JPEG], you can select file formats to
delete.
When [Delete All Images] is selected, you
cannot select file formats to delete.
100-0001
Press e.
The image is deleted.
Repeat Steps 2 and 3 to delete another image.
To end the process, select [Cancel].
1 /100
Cancel
Delete RAW+JPEG
Delete JPEG
Delete RAW
Delete All Images
Execute
Protecting Images from Deletion
You can protect images to prevent them from being deleted accidentally.
1
2
Select [Protect] in the C1 menu or on the playback functions
setting screen.
Select [Protect 1 Image] or [Protect
All Images].
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When [Protect 1 Image] is selected, use cd
to select an image.
Cancel
Protect 1 Image
Protect All Images
Execute
100-0001
Press e.
When [Protect 1 Image] is selected, the selected image is protected.
To protect another image, repeat Steps 2 and
3.
When [Protect All Images] is selected, select
[Protect] or [Unprotect]. All images are protected or unprotected.
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Playback Functions
3
1 /100
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• To unprotect the image, set [Protect] again.
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• If [Format] of the E1 menu is performed, protected images are also deleted.
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Copying Images and Movies in the Internal Memory to a
Memory Card
You can copy the still images and movies stored in the internal memory to
a memory card.
1
2
4
Playback Functions
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3
Insert a memory card.
Select [Image Copy] in the C1 menu or on the playback
functions setting screen, and press d.
Select [Execute], and press e.
The still images and movies stored in the internal memory are copied in a
new folder.
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• If there is not enough space available on the copy destination memory card, a message indicating
that there is insufficient space appears.
• Copying from a memory card to the internal memory is not possible.
Transferring Images
Select images to transfer to a communication device and set the transfer
reservation. When the camera is connected to a communication device via
wireless LAN, the file transfer automatically starts.
1
2
Select [Transfer 1 image].
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Use cd to select an image.
For images taken with [File Format] set to
[RAW+JPEG], you can select file formats to
transfer.
1 /100
Cancel
Transfer 1 image
Execute
100-0001
Press e.
The transfer reservation is set for the image.
To transfer another image, repeat Steps 2
and 3.
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Playback Functions
3
Select [File Transfer] in the C1 menu or on the playback
functions setting screen.
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Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• To cancel the transfer reservation, set [File Transfer] again.
• Refer to “Using the Camera with a Communication Device” (p.111) for how to connect the camera
and a communication device.
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Editing and Processing Images
You can edit and process taken images and then save them as new images.
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Only JPEG images taken with this camera can be edited and processed (only RAW images in [RAW Development]). Still images saved from movies cannot be edited and processed. If you edit and process
images repeatedly, image quality will deteriorate.
Developing RAW Images
4
Playback Functions
You can convert RAW images into JPEG format and then save them as new
files. Various settings such as [White Balance] and [Image Control] can be
configured and saved.
1
2
Display a RAW image in C mode.
Select [RAW Development] in the C2 menu or on the playback
functions setting screen, and press e.
The [RAW Development] screen appears.
3
Use ab to select a parameter.
JPEG Recorded Pixels
6000x4000
0.0
Cancel
The following settings are available.
• JPEG Recorded Pixels
• Aspect Ratio
• Color Space
• White Balance
• Image Control
•
•
•
•
Preview
Peripheral Illumin. Corr.
Sensitivity
High-ISO Noise Reduction
Shadow Correction
The settings that were set at the time of shooting are initially selected.
You can select only the changeable settings.
k
100
Displays the preview.
Execute
4
Press d.
5
Use ab to select a setting.
The detailed setting screen appears.
The detailed setting screen appears when
h is pressed for [White Balance] or [Image
Control].
JPEG Recorded Pixels
6000x4000
Cancel
6
The parameter setting screen reappears.
When you have finished configuring all of the settings, press
e.
A new JPEG image is saved.
4
Playback Functions
7
Press e.
OK
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Changing the Image Size
Changing the Number of Recorded Pixels (Resize)
In [Resize] of the C2 menu, JPEG files can be
reduced in size. The smaller size than the [JPEG
Recorded Pixels] setting for shooting can be
selected.
Resize
4800x3200
Cancel
4
Cropping Images
Playback Functions
You can crop a part of JPEG images and then save the images.
1
2
Select [Cropping] in the C2 menu or on the playback functions
setting screen, and press d.
Specify the range to crop.
Cropping
Cancel
3
102
OK
3840x2560
Preview
abcd
Moves the cropping frame.
Press n
Changes the aspect ratio of the cropping frame (3:2 or 1:1).
p
Changes the cropping size.
h
Rotates the cropping frame.
k
Displays the preview.
Press e.
The cropped image is saved as a new image.
OK
Correcting Highlight/Shadow Areas (Levels Adjustment)
You can correct the brightness and contrast of the highlight, mid-tone, and
shadow areas in JPEG images.
1
Select [Levels Adjustment] in the C2 menu or on the playback
functions setting screen, and press d.
The [Levels Adjustment] screen appears.
2
Adjust the value.
Levels Adjustment
4
3
Press n
Switches the adjustment points.
cd/
n to the left or right
Adjusts the value.
h
Performs the auto correction.
k
Displays the preview.
Auto Adjust
OK
Playback Functions
Switch Points
Cancel
Preview
Press e.
The image is saved as a new image.
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How to Perform Corrections------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Slide the center thumb to the right or left to adjust the overall
image brightness. Sliding the thumb to the left makes the image
brighter. Sliding the thumb to the right makes the image darker.
• For overexposed images, slide the left thumb to the right until it
reaches the left end of the histogram. For underexposed images,
slide the right thumb to the left until it reaches the right end of
the histogram.
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• When the spikes of the histogram are concentrated in the center
and the image contrast is low, slide the right and left thumbs to
both ends of the histogram.
Correcting the White Balance
You can correct the white balance of JPEG images.
1
Select [WB Adjustment] in the C2 menu or on the playback
functions setting screen, and press d.
The [WB Adjustment] screen appears.
2
Adjust the value.
WB Adjustment
0:0
4
3
abcd
Moves the adjustment points.
k
Displays the preview.
Press e.
The image is saved as a new image.
Preview
OK
Playback Functions
Cancel
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Correcting Color Moiré
You can correct color moiré in images.
1
Select [Color Moiré Correction] in the C2 menu or on the
playback functions setting screen, and press d.
The [Color Moiré Correction] screen appears.
2
Adjust the value.
Color Moiré Correction
Low
Medium
4
High
Playback Functions
Cancel
3
ab
Selects the correction level.
k
Displays the preview.
Preview
OK
Press e.
The image is saved as a new image.
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Some images may not be corrected properly.
• If you perform [Color Moiré Correction], color loss or color bleeding may occur.
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Adjusting the Image Quality
You can adjust the quality level of JPEG images.
1
Select [Base Parameter Adj] in the C2 menu or on the playback
functions setting screen, and press d.
The [Base Parameter Adj] screen appears.
2
Adjust the value.
Base Parameter Adj
Brightness
0
0
0
0
0
3
Preview
ab
Selects [Brightness], [Saturation], [Hue], [Contrast], or [Sharpness].
cd
Selects a value (±4).
k
Displays the preview.
Press e.
OK
4
Playback Functions
Cancel
The image is saved as a new image.
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Editing Movies
You can clip or divide a movie file into multiple segments and save as new
files.
1
Select [Movie Edit] in the C2 menu or on the playback
functions setting screen, and press d.
The [Movie Edit] screen appears.
2
Select [Cut] or [Divide], and press e.
Movie Edit
4
Playback Functions
Cut
Divide
Cancel
3
OK
Cut
Saves a range specified with the starting and ending points as a new movie file.
Divide
Divides a movie into two files at the specified devision point and saves as new files.
Specify the starting and ending points
or division point.
Cut
Synchronize Points
Switch Points
You can play or pause the movie in the same
manner as when viewing a movie in the playback mode.
00’20” / 00’45”
Cancel
Preview
Divide
OK
Synchronize Points
00’20” / 00’45”
Cancel
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Preview
OK
The following operations are also available.
4
Press n
[Cut]: Switches between the starting and ending points.
r
[Cut]: Moves the starting or ending point.
[Divide]: Moves the division point.
h
[Cut]: Moves the starting or ending point to the playback point.
[Divide]: Moves the division point to the playback point.
k
Displays the preview.
Press e.
The movie file is saved as a new file.
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Sharing Images
Using the Camera with a Computer
Connect the camera to a computer using the provided USB cable.
1
2
5
Sharing Images
3
4
5
6
Turn the camera off.
Open the terminal cover of the
camera, and connect the USB cable to
the USB terminal.
Connect the USB cable to the USB port of the computer.
The camera turns on and enters the playback mode.
The camera is recognized as a device by the computer.
When a memory card is inserted, the files on the memory card are displayed.
When a memory card is not inserted, the files in the internal memory are
displayed.
Copy the captured images to the computer.
Disconnect the camera from the computer when the copy is
complete.
Remove the USB cable from the camera.
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Do not remove the USB cable while copying images.
• If the battery level is low, it may take some time until the camera is recognized by the computer.
• For Mac, images with a size of 4 GB or more cannot be transferred.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When the camera is connected to a computer, it is recognized as a device with the name “RICOH GR III”.
• The battery is charged when the camera is connected to the computer and the camera is turned off.
• Refer to “Operating Environment” (p.152) for system requirements to connect the camera to a computer.
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Using the Camera with a Communication
Device
The camera can be operated from a communication device and the images
saved in the camera can be displayed on/imported to the communication
device by connecting both the devices via Bluetooth® or wireless LAN and
using the dedicated app “Image Sync”.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• The captured images can be transferred to the communication device by specifying them in [File
Transfer] of the C1 menu. (p.99) The images can also be transferred automatically after shooting. (p.116) When the captured images are transferred, the camera is connected to the communication device via a wireless LAN.
• The Bluetooth® connection and the wireless LAN connection can be switched using the Image Sync.
• When using the camera with a communication device, refer to the operating manual of the device
and the Image Sync website. (p.116).
• The Bluetooth® function is disabled in the following case.
• When the camera is connected to an AV device
• The wireless LAN function is disabled in the following cases.
• B mode
• During the USB connection
• When the camera is connected to an AV device
• When the OS of the communication device is iOS, images with a size of 4 GB or more cannot be transferred.
Sharing Images
Caution--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
5
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Connecting to a Communication Device via Bluetooth®
1
2
3
4
Turn on the Bluetooth® function of the communication device.
Select [Bluetooth Setting] in the E6 menu, and press d.
The [Bluetooth Setting] screen appears.
Select [Action Mode], and press d.
Select [On anytime] or [On when
power is on], and press e.
Action Mode
Allows Bluetooth connection
even when the camera
is turned off.
On anytime
On when power is on
Disable
5
Cancel
Sharing Images
5
6
Select [Pairing], and press d.
Select [Execute Pairing], and press
e.
The camera enters a pairing standby state,
and the camera’s [Device Name] and [Password] are displayed.
7
OK
Pairing
Execute Pairing
Paired Devices
Enter the device name of the camera and the authentication code
on the communication device.
The camera and the communication device are paired.
When the camera is connected to the communication device via Bluetooth®, the icon
indicating the connected status appears.
1/400
112
100
F5.6
400
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When the OS of the communication device is iOS, connect it to the camera using the Image Sync. For
details on the Image Sync, refer to “Operating the Camera with a Communication Device” (p.116).
• Note that when [On when power is on] is selected in Step 4, the camera emits radio waves even if
its power is off.
• Do not attempt to use the Bluetooth® function in a location where the use of Bluetooth® devices is
restricted or prohibited, such as on airplanes.
• When using the Bluetooth® function, observe local laws and regulations governing radio communication.
Memo----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
5
Sharing Images
• Once the pairing is established , the camera can be connected to the communication device via Bluetooth® only by the operations in Steps 1 to 4 from next time.
• Select [Paired Devices] on the screen in Step 6 to display the names of paired communication devices.
You can cancel the pairing by pressing h on this screen. The pairing can be established with up to
six communication devices.
• Select [Communication Info.] in Step 3 to display the camera’s [Device Name].
• When the pairing cannot be established from the camera, execute the pairing from the communication device.
• When [On anytime] is set in Step 4, you can set whether to transfer images while the power is off in
[Image Transfer while Off] of [Smartphone Link] in the E6 menu. (p.116)
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Enabling the Wireless LAN Function
The wireless LAN function is off when the camera is turned on. Turn on the
function using one of the following methods.
• Setting from the menus (p.114)
• Pressing and holding k (m) (p.115)
• Pressing and holding g (p.115)
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When the wireless LAN function is turned on, the icon
indicating the wireless LAN status appears on the screen.
• Even after the wireless LAN function is turned on, it turns
off when the camera is turned off and on again.
5
100
1/400
F5.6
400
Sharing Images
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Do not attempt to use the wireless LAN function in a location where the use of wireless LAN devices is
restricted or prohibited, such as on airplanes.
• When using the wireless LAN function, observe local laws and regulations governing radio communication.
Setting from the Menus
1
2
3
Select [Wireless LAN Setting] in the E6 menu, and press d.
Select [Action Mode], and press d.
Select [On], and press e.
Action Mode
On
Off
Cancel
OK
Memo----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
114
• Select [Communication Info.] in Step 2 to display the camera’s [SSID], [Password], and [MAC Address].
To reset the SSID and password to the default settings, press h.
• The certification marks of the wireless LAN can be displayed in [Certification Marks] of the E8
menu. (p.2)
Pressing and Holding the Movie/Wireless Button
1
Press and hold k.
A beep sounds and the wireless LAN icon appears on the shooting screen.
Press and hold k again to turn off the wireless LAN function.
Pressing and Holding the Playback Button
The wireless LAN function can be turned on in the playback mode from the
power-off state of the camera.
Press and hold g with the camera
turned off until a beep sounds.
The camera is turned on in the playback mode
and the wireless LAN function is turned on.
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Sharing Images
1
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When the wireless LAN function is turned on using g, the camera does not enter the shooting
mode even if the shutter release button is pressed. When performing shooting or other operations,
press g to turn the camera off and press the power button to turn the camera back on.
115
Operating the Camera with a Communication Device
The following functions can be used by connecting the camera to a communication device via Bluetooth® or wireless LAN and using the dedicated
app “Image Sync”.
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Remote Capture
Displays the shooting screen of the camera on the communication device, and enables controlling exposure settings and shooting by operating the communication
device.
Image View
Displays the images saved in the camera on the communication device and imports
them to the communication device.
Time Synchronization
Synchronizes the date and time displayed on the camera with the date and time
settings of the communication device.
Sharing Images
Image Sync supports iOS and Android™, and can be downloaded from the
App Store or Google Play™. For the supported operating system and other
details, refer to the download site.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• For how to connect the camera to a communication device and details on the Image Sync, refer to
the following website.
http://www.ricoh-imaging.co.jp/english/products/app/image-sync2/
• You can use the Image Sync installed on the communication device to operate the camera and adjust
the camera’s date and time.
• You can make the following settings in [Smartphone Link] of the E6 menu.
Store Location Info.
Records the location information of the communication device
in captured images.
Auto Image Transfer
Automatically transfers captured images to the communication device after shooting. The format of transferred files can
be selected.
Image Transfer while Off
Sets whether to continue to transfer images when the camera is
turned off during transfer processing.
• When the camera is connected with a communication device via Bluetooth®, the wireless LAN function automatically turns on and off according to the situation.
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Changing the Settings
Saving Frequently Used Settings
You can save up to six frequently used settings and assign the settings to
the mode dial P, Q, and R so that you can easily recall the settings
for shooting.
The following settings can be saved.
• Exposure mode
• Exposure compensation
• A menu settings (with exceptions)
• D2 menu settings and the [Grid Style]
setting of the D3 menu
• E3/E4/E5 menu settings
Saving the Settings
Up to six sets of settings can be saved.
6
Set the exposure mode and all the necessary settings to save.
Select [Save Settings] in the D1
menu, and press d.
The [Save Settings] screen appears.
Changing the Settings
1
2
User Mode
Save Settings
Rename
Recall
Delete Settings
M Mode Dial Setting
ADJ Mode Setting
Fn Button Setting
3
Select from [BOX1] to [BOX6], and
press e.
Save Settings
BOX1 :
BOX2 :
BOX3 :
BOX4 :
BOX5 :
BOX6 :
Cancel
OK
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4
Select whether to enter a Box name, and press e.
5
Enter a Box name.
When [Cancel] is selected, proceed to Step 7.
When [Enter Name] is selected, the text-entry screen appears.
Up to 32 single-byte alphanumeric characters and symbols can be entered.
q
e
㹵
a
r
t
y
u
i
o
s
d
f
g
h
j
k
z
x
c
v
b
n
m
p
l
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Cancel
OK
The following operations are available.
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Changing the Settings
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abcd
Moves the text selection cursor.
r/p
Moves the text selection cursor up and down.
n
Moves the text selection cursor to the right and left.
e
Enters a character selected with the text selection cursor.
You can use the touch panel for the operations.
6
After entering the text, move the text selection cursor to 1,
and press e.
The confirmation screen appears.
7
After checking the setting, press e.
The D1 menu reappears.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• If a name is not entered, the registration date and time will be the name.
• To change the name, select [Rename] in the D1 menu.
• To delete the setting, select [Delete Settings] in the D1 menu.
Assigning Settings to the Mode Dial
You can assign the saved settings to the mode dial.
1
2
3
Select [Recall] in the D1 menu, and press d.
The [Recall] screen appears.
Select the mode dial to assign the
saved setting to from USER1 (P),
USER2 (Q), or USER3 (R), and
press d.
Recall
Assign settings saved
in User Mode Box
to Mode Dial.
USER1:
USER2:
USER3:
Select from [BOX1] to [BOX6], and press e.
The selected setting is assigned to the mode dial.
The screen in Step 2 reappears.
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Changing the Settings
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Using the Saved User Mode
1
2
Set the mode dial to P, Q, or R in the shooting mode.
The user mode guide appears on the shooting screen.
100
USERMODE_NAME_XXXXXX
AF+AE Lock
ISO Setting
Drive Mode
Still/Movie
1/400 F5.6
400
Change the setting as necessary.
To change the exposure mode, set [Exposure
Mode] in the A2 menu.
Exposure Mode
Program AE
Aperture Priority AE
Shutter Priority AE
Manual Exposure
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Changing the Settings
120
Cancel
OK
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• The setting changed in Step 2 is not saved in the camera. If the mode dial is turned, the setting is reset
to the saved setting. To change the saved setting, save a setting in [Save Settings] again.
• If the Box settings assigned to the mode dial are changed, the settings applied to the mode dial are
also changed.
Customizing the Button Functions
Registering Functions to the ADJ. Mode
You can change the settings for “ADJ. mode” of which functions can be easily
used by pressing n.
Five functions in the following shooting functions can be registered. (The
functions indicated with a square-bracketed item are the default settings
for the item.)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Off
Focus [Setting2]
Snap Focus Distance
File Format [Setting4]
Aspect Ratio
JPEG Recorded Pixels
AE Metering [Setting3]
ISO Setting
2
3
Flash Mode
Flash Exposure Comp.
Drive
Self-timer
Image Control [Setting1]
One Push AE in M Mode
Outdoor View Setting [Setting5]
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Changing the Settings
1
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Select [ADJ Mode Setting] in the D2 menu, and press d.
The [ADJ Mode Setting] screen appears.
Select from [Setting1] to [Setting5],
and press d.
Select the function to register, and
press e.
The function for the ADJ. mode is changed.
ADJ Mode Setting
Setting1
Setting2
Setting3
Setting4
Setting5
Setting1
Flash Exposure Comp.
Drive
Self-timer
Image Control
One Push AE in M Mode
Outdoor View Setting
Cancel
OK
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Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• The settings changed in [ADJ Mode Setting] are enabled in the still image mode only. [Image Control],
[Focus], [AE Metering], [Framerate], and [Outdoor View Setting] are registered for the B mode, and
they cannot be changed.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Refer to “Using the ADJ. Lever” (p.23) for how to use the ADJ. mode.
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Changing the Settings
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Changing the Functions of the Fn Button
You can change the functions for when h, c, d, or k is pressed.
The following functions can be assigned to each button. (The functions indicated with a square-bracketed item are the default settings for the item.)
Pressing h, c, d, or k
Off
Focus
Set MF
Set Snap
Set Tracking AF
Enable AF
AF+AE Lock [Fn Button]
AE Lock
Face Detection
Snap Focus Distance
File Format
JPEG Ž RAW
JPEG Ž RAW+
Aspect Ratio
Crop
JPEG Recorded Pixels
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Framerate
Still/Movie [Movie/Wireless Button]
AE Metering
ISO Setting [ISO Button]
Flash Mode
Flash Exposure Comp.
ND Filter
Drive Mode [Drive Button]
Drive
Continuous Shooting
Self-timer
Image Control
Shake Reduction
One Push AE in M Mode
4-way Controller Action
Outdoor View Setting
Pressing and holding k
• Wireless LAN Setting [Hold Movie/
Wireless Btn.]
• Preview
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Changing the Settings
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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1
2
Select [Fn Button Setting] in the D2 menu, and press d.
The [Fn Button Setting] screen appears.
Select the button to change the
setting of, and press d.
Fn Button Setting
Fn Button
ISO Button
Drive Button
3
Select the function to assign, and
press e.
The button function is changed.
Fn Button
Enable AF
AF+AE Lock
AE Lock
Face Detection
Snap Focus Distance
File Format
Cancel
OK
6
Changing the Settings
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• On the [Fn Button Setting] screen, you can set the button functions for when the functions corresponding to the following operations are assigned.
Focus Settings
Select the button function from [Same as Shutter Button], [Auto-area
AF], [Select AF], [Pinpoint AF], [Tracking AF], or [Continuous AF].
Keep AE Lock
When set to [On], AE lock is turned on and off each time the button is
pressed. When set to [Off], AE lock is only enabled while the button
is pressed.
One Push AE in M Mode
If the button is pressed in the N mode, the exposure is automatically
adjusted to the correct exposure. Select the mode to adjust from [Program AE], [Aperture Priority AE], or [Shutter Priority AE].
• When the power is turned on or the mode dial is turned, the current function of the button is displayed. If [Guide Display] is set to [Off] in the E2 menu, the function is not displayed.
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• The function of h is enabled in the shooting mode only. Only [Wireless LAN Setting] is available
in the playback mode.
• [Enable AF], [AF+AE Lock], [AE Lock], and [One Push AE in M Mode] cannot be assigned to k.
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Setting the Function of the Shutter Release Button
You can set the function for when z is pressed in the D2 menu.
Shutter Button Setting
Sets whether to perform autofocus and AE Lock, or only AE lock when z
is pressed halfway.
Shutter Btn. Confirmation
Sets whether to complete the setting by pressing z halfway when setting
functions on the Live View screen such as in the ADJ. mode. This setting is also
applied to when autofocus is activated using h.
[On]: Completes settings by pressing z halfway.
[Off]: Returns to the setting screen after z is pressed halfway.
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Display and Sound Settings
Setting the Information Displayed During Shooting/
Playback
You can set the information displayed when the display is switched using
j in the shooting mode or playback mode.
1
Select [Shooting Info. Display] or [Playback Info. Display] in the
D3 menu, and press d.
The [Shooting Info. Display] or [Playback Info. Display] screen appears.
For [Playback Info. Display], proceed to Step 3.
2
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Changing the Settings
126
Use cd to select [LCD Display], and
press n to set each display mode
on/off.
[Standard Info. Display], [Simplified Info. Display], [No Information Display], and [Display
Off ] can be set.
Display modes without a check mark are not
displayed when j is pressed during shooting. Select at least one display mode.
3
Shooting Info. Display
LCD Display
Histogram
Grid Guide
Highlight Alert
Electronic Level
Cancel
OK
Use abcd to select a display item, and press n to set it on/
off.
[Shooting Info. Display]
Histogram
Displays a histogram.
Grid Guide
Displays a guide grid.
Highlight Alert
Blinks areas expected to be overexposed in red during shooting.
Electronic Level
Displays an indicator for confirming camera tilt.
[Playback Info. Display]
Playback Info. Display
Histogram
Grid Guide
Highlight Alert
Cancel
4
Histogram
Displays a histogram for the image.
Grid Guide
Displays grid lines.
Highlight Alert
Blinks overexposed areas in red.
OK
Press e.
Setting the Instant Review Display
6
Instant Review
Display Time
0.5sec.
Zoom Review
Delete
Off
Off
Display Time
Sets the display time of Instant Review.
When set to [Hold], the image is displayed until z is pressed halfway.
Zoom Review
Magnifies the image by turning p or pressing n during Instant Review.
Delete
Deletes the image by pressing i during Instant Review.
Changing the Settings
You can set the information displayed in “Instant Review” that displays the captured image
immediately after shooting in [Instant Review]
of the D3 menu.
The initial magnification when magnifying images by pressing n in Instant
Review or the single image display of playback mode can be set in [Quick
Zoom] in the D3 menu.
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Setting the Live View Display
You can set the following settings for the Live
View display in the D3 menu.
Display Customization
Playback Info. Display
Instant Review
0.5sec.
Quick Zoom
Focus Magnification
100%
On
Grid Style
Electronic Level Type
Flicker Reduction
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Changing the Settings
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50Hz
Grid Style
Select the grid style from [3x3 Grid] or [4x4 Grid].
Electronic Level Type
Select whether to display the horizontal level only, or horizontal level and
tilt (vertical direction).
Flicker Reduction
Cuts down flickers on the Live View screen by setting the power frequency.
Setting the Brightness and Tone of the Monitor
LCD Setting
You can set [Brightness], [Saturation], [Adjust:
Blue-Amber], and [Adjust: Green-Magenta] in
[LCD Setting] of the E3 menu.
Brightness
Cancel
OK
Outdoor View Setting
If the monitor display is difficult to see when
you take pictures outdoors or in other situations, adjust the brightness of the monitor in
[Outdoor View Setting] of the E3 menu.
Outdoor View Setting
Cancel
OK
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• This function can be registered to [ADJ Mode Setting] of the D2 menu. (p.121)
Setting the Lamp
You can set the lamp illumination setting in the
E4 menu.
Indicator Lamps
Power Button Lamp
Count Down
Sound Effects
6
2
Smartphone Link
Power Button Lamp
Sets whether to turn the power button lamp on when the power is turned on.
Count Down
Sets whether to blink the AF assist light when shooting using [Self-timer] of
[Drive Mode].
Changing the Settings
Volume
Bluetooth Setting
Wireless LAN Setting
On
On
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Setting the Sound Effects
You can set the sound effects in the E5 menu.
Sound Effects Setting
Sound Effects
2
Volume
Bluetooth Setting
6
Changing the Settings
130
Wireless LAN Setting
Smartphone Link
Auto Power Off
1min.
Sleep Mode
1min.
Sound Effects
[All]: Outputs shutter sound, in-focus sound, timer countdown sound, and
switching sound of turning the wireless LAN on and off.
[Shutter Sound Only]: Outputs shutter sound only.
Volume
Sets the sound volume. When set to [0], all sound effects are turned off.
Power Saving Settings
Automatically Turning the Power Off
The camera turns off automatically if no operations are made for a certain period of time.
You can set [1min.], [3min.], [5min.], [10min.],
[30min.], or [Off ] in [Auto Power Off ] in the
E7 menu.
To resume operation, press the power button.
Auto Power Off
1min.
3min.
5min.
10min.
30min.
Off
Cancel
OK
Memo----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
6
Changing the Settings
• [Auto Power Off] is not available in the following cases.
• During movie recording or playback
• During shooting with [Interval Shooting] or [Interval Composite] of [Drive Mode]
• During movie playback
• During data processing
• During image transfer
• While the camera is connected to a computer
• While the camera is connected to a communication device with the Image Sync
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Dimming the Display
The camera dims the display automatically if
no operations are performed during the set
time. The following settings can be set in the
E7 menu.
Power Supply Settings
Auto Power Off
1min.
Sleep Mode
1min.
LCD Auto Dim
About This Device
Certification Marks
Pixel Mapping
On
Dust Removal
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Changing the Settings
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Sleep Mode
Turns off the monitor automatically if no operations are performed during the
set time. The status lamp lights in the sleep mode.
[1min.], [3min.], [5min.], [10min.], [30min.], or [Off] can be set.
LCD Auto Dim
Dims the display automatically if the camera is not moved within five seconds.
[On] or [Off] can be set.
If the camera is operated, the original brightness is restored.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• [Sleep Mode] is not available in the following cases.
• During shooting with [Interval Shooting] or [Interval Composite] of [Drive Mode]
• During movie recording or playback
• While an AV device is connected to the camera
• While the camera is connected to a communication device with the Image Sync
• [LCD Auto Dim] is not available in the following cases.
• During Instant Review
• In the playback mode
• While an AV device is connected to the camera
File Management Settings
Specifying the Folder/File Settings
By default, files and folders are automatically named as follows.
File Name
R0000001.JPG to R0999999.JPG
Folder Name
100 to 999
When the file number exceeds R09999, the next folder is created and the
file number becomes R00001. If the file number exceeds R09999 when
the folder number is 999, no more files can be stored on the memory card
currently inserted.
The file and folder names can be changed.
Create New Folder
When [Create New Folder] is selected in the E1 menu, a folder is created
with a new number when the next image is saved.
• You cannot successively create multiple folders.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• During shooting with [Interval Shooting] or [Interval Composite] of [Drive Mode], a new folder is
automatically created.
Changing the Settings
Caution--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
6
133
Folder Name
When images are captured with this camera, a folder is automatically created and the captured images are stored in it. Each folder name consists of a
sequential number from 100 to 999 and a string of five characters.
The character string in the folder name can be changed.
1
2
Select [Folder Name] in the E1 menu, and press d.
The [Folder Name] screen appears.
Select [Date] or [Optional] in [Folder
Name].
Folder Name
Folder Name
Optional
Enter Text
RICOH
100RICOH
6
Changing the Settings
Date
Assigns four digits of the month and day of the shooting date after the folder
number.
The month and day appear according to the date format set in [Date Adjustment]
of the E10 menu.
Example) 101_0125: Images taken on January 25th
Optional
Assigns a freely defined string of five characters after the folder number.
(Default: RICOH)
Example) 101RICOH
Proceed to Step 6 if you select [Date] or do not need to change the character
string.
3
Press d to select [Enter Text], and press d.
4
Enter a folder name.
The text-entry screen appears.
Up to five single-byte alphanumeric characters can be entered.
RICOH
Q
E
㹕
A
T
D
F
Z
X
C
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Cancel
134
R
S
Y
U
I
O
G
H
J
K
V
B
N
M
P
L
_
OK
The following operations are available.
abcd
Moves the text selection cursor.
r/p
Moves the text selection cursor up and down.
n
Moves the text selection cursor to the right and left.
e
Enters a character selected with the text selection cursor.
You can use the touch panel for the operations.
5
After entering the text, move the text selection cursor to 1,
and press e.
The confirmation screen appears.
6
After checking the setting, press e.
The [Folder Name] screen reappears.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• If the folder name is changed, a folder with a new number is created the next time shooting is performed.
6
Caution--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Changing the Settings
• The maximum folder number is 999. If the folder name is changed or a new folder is created after the
folder number reaches 999, you cannot capture new images. Also, you cannot capture new images
when the file name number reaches 9999.
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File Name
For still images, one of the following string of characters is used as the file
name prefix depending on the [Color Space] (p.84) setting of the A5
menu.
Color Space
File Name
sRGB
R0.JPG
AdobeRGB
_R.JPG
You can change the first two characters of file names from “R0”.
1
2
The [File Name] screen appears.
Use cd to select A or B, and use
ab to select a character to enter.
Uppercase alphanumeric characters and “_”
can be entered.
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Changing the Settings
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Select [File Name] in the E1 menu, and press d.
File Name
R
0
R0000001.JPG
R
0
R0000001.MOV
_R000001.JPG
3
Cancel
OK
Press e.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When [Color Space] is set to [AdobeRGB], the file name prefix is “_” and first character of the entered
character string is used as the file name.
Sequential Numbering
In [Sequential Numbering] of the E1 menu,
you can set whether to continue the sequential numbering for folder and file names even
when a new folder is created or memory cards
are replaced.
Sequential Numbering
Folder & File
File
Off
Cancel
Sequential Numbering
When a New Folder Is
Created
OK
When Memory Cards Are Replaced
File No.
Folder No.
File No.
Folder & File
Continues
Continues
Continues
File
Continues
Resets
Continues
Off
Resets
Resets
Resets
6
If [Reset Numbering] of the E1 menu is performed, a folder with a new
number is created and file number starts from 0001 when shooting is performed next time.
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• When the file number reaches 9999, a new folder is created and the file number is reset.
• When a memory card is not inserted, the file number in the internal memory is reset.
Changing the Settings
Reset Numbering
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Setting the Copyright Information
You can set the copyright information embedded in the Exif data.
1
2
Select [Copyright Information] in the E1 menu, and press d.
The [Copyright Information] screen appears.
Select [On] or [Off] in [Embed
Copyright Data], and press e.
Copyright Information
Embed Copyright Data
Off
Copyright Holder
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
6
3
Press d in [Copyright Holder].
4
Enter the copyright holder.
The text-entry screen appears.
Changing the Settings
Up to 32 single-byte alphanumeric characters and symbols can be entered.
q
e
㹵
a
r
t
y
u
i
o
s
d
f
g
h
j
k
z
x
c
v
b
n
m
p
l
123
Cancel
OK
The following operations are available.
abcd
Moves the text selection cursor.
r/p
Moves the text selection cursor up and down.
n
Moves the text selection cursor to the right and left.
e
Enters a character selected with the text selection cursor.
You can use the touch panel for the operations.
5
After entering the text, move the text selection cursor to 1,
and press e.
The confirmation screen appears.
6
After checking the setting, press e.
The [Copyright Information] screen reappears.
Memo----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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• You can check the Exif information in [Detailed Info. Display] (p.21) in the playback mode.
Appendix
Attaching Optional Accessories
Conversion Lens/Lens Adapter
Remove the ring cap before using the wide conversion lens (GW-4) and lens
adapter (GA-1).
For details on handling the wide conversion lens and lens adapter, refer to
the User’s Manual provided with the products.
Removing the Ring Cap
Turn the camera off and rotate the
cap counterclockwise until it can be
removed. Do not touch the converter
pins (1).
For removing the lens adapter, turn it
counterclockwise.
1
2
Attaching the Ring Cap
Appendix
3
7
With the camera turned off, align the marking on the ring cap (3) with the
marking on the camera body (2), and turn the ring cap clockwise until it
clicks.
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AC Adapter
If you intend to use the camera continuously for a long period, the use of the
AC adapter (D‑AC166) is recommended.
1
2
3
Make sure that the camera is turned off, and open the terminal
cover.
Connect the USB cable (Type-C) of
the AC adapter to the USB terminal of
the camera.
Connect the AC plug cord
to the AC adapter, and
plug the cord into the
power outlet.
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Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Securely connect the power plug and AC plug cord.
• When the camera is not used, unplug the AC adapter from the power outlet and disconnect it from
the camera.
• If the AC adapter is disconnected from the camera or the power plug is unplugged from the power
outlet during use of the camera, the data may be lost.
• Do not move the camera by holding the AC adapter cable while the AC adapter is used.
• The AC adapter may not be usable depending on the country and region.
Troubleshooting
Power Supply
Problem
The camera does not
turn on.
Cause
The battery is not inserted.
The battery is exhausted.
Solution
Charge the battery and correctly
insert it into the camera.
Page
p.38
The battery is not inserted in the
correct orientation.
The camera turns off
during use.
Use the battery DB-110 exclusively
developed for this camera.
—
The AC adapter is not correctly
connected.
Connect the AC adapter correctly.
—
The [Auto Power Off] function Turn the camera back on.
has been activated because the
camera was not operated for a
certain period of time.
p.40
The battery is exhausted.
Charge the battery.
p.38
The camera is malfunctioning.
Take the battery out and insert
it again.
p.37
The low battery indica- The battery is incompatible.
tor is displayed or the
camera turns off even
when a fully charged
battery is installed.
Use the battery DB-110 exclusively
developed for this camera.
—
The battery cannot be The battery has failed.
charged.
The battery is hot.
Replace the battery with a new one.
—
Let the battery cool down to room
temperature.
—
The battery is quickly
exhausted.
Ambient temperature is very
high or very low.
—
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The camera does not
turn off.
The battery is incompatible.
—
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Shooting
Problem
Cause
Solution
Page
Shooting cannot be
The battery is exhausted.
Charge the battery.
p.38
performed by pressing The camera is turned off or not in Turn the camera on or press z p.40
z.
the shooting mode.
to switch the camera to the shooting
mode.
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Perform [Format] in the E1 menu. p.42
The memory card is full.
Insert a new card, or delete
unwanted files.
The memory card has reached
end of its service life.
Insert a new memory card.
—
The memory card is locked.
Unlock the card.
—
The memory card contacts
are dirty.
Clean with soft, dry cloth.
—
p.96
Appendix
Images cannot be
Confirmation time is too short.
checked after shooting.
Change the [Display Time] setting of p.127
[Instant Review] in the D3 menu.
The monitor is blank.
The monitor brightness is dark.
Adjust the brightness of the monitor p.128
in the E3 menu.
The monitor is off.
Press j to turn the monitor on.
An AV device is connected to
the camera.
Remove the cable from the camera. p.95
The lens is dirty.
Clean with soft, dry cloth.
—
The subject is not at center
of frame.
Lock the focus for shooting.
—
The subject is not suitable for
autofocus.
Lock the focus or set the focus mode p.60
to [MF] for shooting.
The subject is too close.
Use the macro mode or move away
from the subject.
The camera was moved when
z is pressed.
Hold the camera with your elbows
pressed against your body, or use
a tripod.
When shooting in a dark place,
the shutter speed slows down
and pictures become easily
blurred.
Use a flash, or set [ISO Setting] to a
high ISO sensitivity.
A function preventing flash
operation is selected.
Check the settings and mode.
The camera is unable
to focus in autofocus
mode.
Images are blurred.
The flash does not
discharge.
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The memory card is not
formatted.
p.20
p.61
—
p.65
p.63
—
Problem
Cause
Solution
The flash does not
The subject is dark.
Adjust the flash output.
illuminate the subject. Flash output is not appropriate.
Page
p.66
Images are too bright. Flash output is not appropriate. Adjust the flash output, move away p.66
from the subject, or use a different
light source.
Images are too dark.
The colors of images
are unnatural.
The monitor brightness is not
appropriate.
Adjust the brightness of the monitor p.128
in the E3 menu.
The monitor brightness is not
appropriate.
Adjust the brightness of the monitor p.128
in the E3 menu.
The exposure compensation is
set to a negative value.
Change the exposure compensation value.
p.69
The camera is unable to adjust Include a white object with the
white balance for shooting con- subject or select the settings other
ditions using auto white balance. than [Auto White Balance] for [White
Balance].
The monitor brightness Ambient lighting is poor or dif- This is normal and does not indicate
changes during
fers from that used for autofocus. a malfunction.
autofocus.
Check the [Shooting Info. Display]
setting in the D3 menu.
—
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p.126
The camera was moving during Do not move the camera during
shooting because you were on shooting.
a moving object or due to other
causes.
—
The subject is not level.
—
Check the subject.
Appendix
Electronic level indica- Electronic level indicators are
tors are not displayed. hidden.
The image is not level
although level indicator
showed that the
camera was level.
p.53
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Playback/Deletion
Problem
Cause
Shooting information is Information display is set to [No
not displayed.
Information Display].
Dust or dirt particles The sensor is dirty or dusty.
appear in images.
Pixel defects such as
bright spots and dark
spots appear in the
image.
Images are not
displayed on an AV
device.
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There are defective pixels in
the sensor.
Solution
Page
Press j to switch the information p.20
displayed on the screen.
Perform [Dust Removal] in the
—
E9 menu.
The Dust Removal function can be
activated every time the camera is
turned on and off.
Perform [Pixel Mapping] in the
—
E9 menu.
It takes about 30 seconds to correct
the defective pixels, so be sure to
install a fully charged battery.
Connect the cable correctly.
p.95
The cable is not correctly
connected.
The input setting of the AV
Check the AV device settings.
device is incorrect.
The images on the
The inserted memory card is not Insert a memory card formatted
memory card cannot be formatted with this camera.
using [Format] of the E1 menu in
played back.
this camera.
The images are not
The memory card contacts
Clean with soft, dry cloth.
displayed on the
are dirty.
monitor.
The card is malfunctioning.
There is no problem with the camera
if images in another memory card
can be played back with this camera.
Do not use a memory card that has
a problem.
The monitor turned off. The battery is exhausted.
Charge the battery.
The [Auto Power Off] function Turn the camera back on.
has been activated because the
camera was not operated for a
certain period of time.
File(s) cannot be
[Protect] is set for the image(s). Cancel the protection in [Protect] of
deleted.
the C1 menu.
The memory card is locked.
Unlock the card.
The memory card can- The memory card is locked.
Unlock the card.
not be formatted.
—
p.42
—
—
p.38
p.40
p.97
—
—
Others
Problem
Cause
Solution
Page
The memory card
cannot be inserted.
The card is not in the correct
orientation.
Insert the memory card in the
correct orientation.
p.37
Camera controls have
no effect.
The battery is exhausted.
Charge the battery.
p.38
The camera is malfunctioning.
Turn the camera back on.
p.40
Take the battery out and insert
it again.
When the AC adapter is used,
reconnect it.
p.37
Date is not set correctly. Date and time are not set
correctly.
Set date and time correctly in the
E10 menu.
p.41
The date setting has
been reset.
If the battery is removed for more
than about five days, the date
setting will be lost.
Set date and time in the E10
menu.
p.41
The battery was removed.
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Error Message
Memory card full.
Description
The memory card is full and no more images can be saved. Insert a new
memory card or delete unwanted files. (p.96)
Internal memory full.
The internal memory is full and no more images can be saved. Insert a
memory card or delete unwanted files. (p.96)
No image.
There are no images that can be played back on the memory card and
internal memory.
This image cannot be
displayed.
You are trying to play back an image in a format not supported by this
camera. You may be able to play it back on a computer.
No card in the camera.
There is no memory card inserted in the camera.
Memory card error.
The memory card has a problem, and shooting and playback are impossible.
You may be able to play it back on a computer.
Internal Memory Error.
There is a problem with the internal memory. Format the internal memory.
(p.42)
Card is not formatted.
The memory card you have inserted is unformatted or has been previously
used on another device. Use the card after formatting it with this camera.
(p.42)
Card is locked.
The write-protect switch on the memory card inserted is locked.
Appendix
Error Messages
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Error Message
Cannot use this card.
Description
A memory card not compatible with this camera is inserted.
This image cannot be
magnified.
You are trying to magnify an image that cannot be magnified.
Not enough battery power
remaining to activate Pixel
Mapping.
These messages appear if you try to perform the pixel mapping or firmware
update when the battery level is insufficient. Install a fully charged battery.
Not enough battery power
remaining to update the
firmware.
Image folder cannot be
created.
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The maximum folder number (999) has been reached, and no more images
can be saved. Insert a new memory card or format the card or internal
memory. (p.42)
Unable to store image.
The image could not be saved because of a memory card error.
This image cannot be
processed.
This message appears when you try to perform the functions in the C2
menu for the images captured using other cameras, or [Resize] or [Cropping]
for the minimum-sized images.
The camera will turn off
to prevent damage from
overheating.
The camera will turn off because its internal temperature is too high. Leave
the camera turned off until it has had time to cool down before turning on
the camera again.
Update failed.
The update could not be performed correctly. Turn the camera off and on, and
then perform the update again.
Unable to update firmware.
There is a problem with the
firmware update file.
There is a problem with the firmware update file. Download the update file
again, and then perform the update.
Main Specifications
Camera
Lens
Lens Construction
6 elements in 4 groups (2 aspherical lens elements)
Focal Length /
Aperture
18.3 mm (approx. 28 mm in 35 mm equivalent focal length) /
F2.8 to F16
Image Capture Image Sensor
Unit
File Format
Effective Pixels
Approx. 24.24 megapixels
Sensitivity
(standard output)
ISO 100 to ISO 102400: Auto (ISO Auto Lower/Upper Limit and
Minimum Shutter Speed can be set), Manual
Image Stabilization
3-axis sensor-shift shake reduction (SR)
Anti-Aliasing Filter
Simulator
Moiré reduction using SR unit (Off, Low, High)
Dust Removal
Image sensor cleaning using ultrasonic vibrations “DR II”
Still Image
File format: RAW (DNG) 14-bit, JPEG (Exif 2.3), DCF 2.0 compliant
Color space: sRGB, AdobeRGB
Recorded pixels: [3:2] L (24M: 6000×4000), M (15M: 4800×3200),
S (7M: 3360×2240), XS (2M: 1920×1280)
[1:1] L (16M: 4000×4000), M (10M: 3200×3200),
S (5M: 2240×2240), XS (1.6M: 1280×1280)
Movie
File format: MPEG4 AVC/H.264 (MOV)
Recorded pixels: Full HD (1920×1080, 60p/30p/24p)
Sound recording: Built-in stereo microphone
Recording time: Up to 25 minutes or 4 GB; automatically stops
recording if the internal temperature of the camera becomes high.
Storage Medium
Internal memory (approx. 2 GB), SD/SDHC*/SDXC* memory card
* UHS-I compatible
Type
Hybrid AF (image plane phase-matching and contrast detection)
Focus Mode
Auto-area AF, Select AF, Pinpoint AF, Tracking AF, Continuous AF,
MF, Snap, Z
Face Detection
On, Use only in Auto-area AF, Off
Focus Range
(from lens face)
Normal: Approx. 0.1 m to Z, Macro mode: Approx. 0.06 to 0.12 m
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Focus
Type: Primary color filter CMOS
Size: 23.5 mm × 15.6 mm
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Exposure
Control
Exposure Mode
Program AE, Aperture Priority AE, Shutter Priority AE, Manual
Exposure
Metering Mode
Multi-segment, Center-weighted, Spot, Highlight-weighted
Shutter Speed
1/4000 to 30 seconds (limitation by the aperture: 1/2500 seconds
at F2.8; 1/4000 seconds at F5.6 or greater)
Bulb timer (10 seconds to 20 minutes), Bulb, Time
EV Compensation
Still image: ±5 EV (1/3 EV steps), Movie: ±2 EV (1/3 EV steps)
ND Filter (2 EV)
White Balance
Drive Mode
Shooting
Functions
Fine Adjustment
Adjustable ±14 steps on A-B axis and G-M axis
Drive
Single Frame Shooting, Continuous Shooting, Bracketing, Multiexposure, Interval Shooting, Interval Composite
Self-timer
10 seconds, 2 seconds, Off
Crop
35 mm, 50 mm, Off
Image Control
Standard, Vivid, Monotone, Soft Monotone, Hard Monotone,
Hi-Contrast B&W, Positive Film, Bleach Bypass, Retro, HDR Tone,
Custom1, Custom2
Adjustment parameter: Saturation, Hue, High/Low Key
Adjustment, Contrast, Contrast (Highlight), Contrast (Shadow),
Sharpness, Shading, Clarity, Toning, Filter Effect, Grain Effect, HDR
Tone Level (available parameters vary depending on the selected
image)
Dynamic Range
Correction
Highlight Correction, Shadow Correction
Noise Reduction
Slow Shutter Speed Noise Reduction, High-ISO Noise Reduction
Display
Display magnification (4×, 16×), Grid display (3×3 Grid, 4×4
Grid), Histogram, Highlight Alert, Electronic Level Display
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Auto, On, Off
Auto White Balance, Multi Auto White Balance, Daylight, Shade,
Cloudy, Fl. - Daylight Color, Fl. - Daylight White, Fl. - Cool White,
Fl. - Warm White, Tungsten, CTE, Manual White Balance, Color
Temperature
Playback
Functions
LCD Monitor
Wireless LAN
Interfaces
Single image display, Multiple image display (20 thumbnails,
48 thumbnails), Display magnification (up to 16×, 100% view
and Quick Zoom view available), Histogram (Y histogram, RGB
histogram), Grid display (3×3 Grid, 4×4 Grid), Highlight Alert,
Auto Image Rotation
Base Parameter
Adjustment
Brightness, Saturation, Hue, Contrast, Sharpness
RAW Development
JPEG Recorded Pixels, Aspect Ratio, Color Space, White Balance,
Image Control, Peripheral Illumination Correction, Sensitivity,
High-ISO Noise Reduction, Shadow Correction
Edit
Resize, Cropping, Levels Adjustment, White Balance Adjustment,
Color Moiré Correction, Movie Edit (Cut, Divide)
Type
3.0 inch TFT color LCD (aspect ratio 3:2), Approx. 1037K dots, Wide
viewing angle, Air-gapless tempered glass
Touch Panel
Capacitive sensing method
Adjustment
Brightness, Saturation, Blue/Amber, Green/Magenta, Outdoor
View Setting: ±2 steps
Standards
IEEE 802.11b/g/n (HT20) (standard wireless LAN protocol)
Frequency
(center frequency)
2412 to 2462 MHz (Ch 1 to Ch 11)
Security
Authentication: WPA2, Encryption: AES
Standards
Bluetooth® v4.2 BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy)
Frequency
(center frequency)
2402 to 2480 MHz (Ch 0 to Ch 39)
USB Type-C
Battery recharge and camera power supply (optional AC adapter
required), Data transfer: MTP, Video output: DisplayPort over USB-C
(DisplayPort alternative mode)
Hot Shoe
Compatible with P-TTL auto flash
Flash mode: Flash On, Flash On+Red-eye, Slow-speed Sync, Slow
Sync+Red-eye
Flash Exposure Compensation: -2.0 to +1.0
Lens Adapter Pin
Power Supply Battery Type
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Bluetooth®
Playback View
Available
Rechargeable battery DB-110
AC Adapter
AC adapter kit K-AC166 (optional)
Battery Life
Number of recordable images: Approx. 200 images
Playback time: Approx. 180 minutes
* Tested in compliance with CIPA standard using a fully charged
rechargeable battery at a temperature of 23°C (73°F). Actual
results may vary depending on the shooting conditions/circumstances.
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Dimensions
and Weight
Dimensions
Approx. 109.4 mm (W) × 61.9 mm (H) × 33.2 mm (D) (excluding
operating controls and protrusions)
Weight
Approx. 257 g (including the dedicated battery and an SD memory
card)
Approx. 227 g (body only)
Included Accessories
Rechargeable battery DB-110, USB power adapter, Power plug,
USB cable I-USB166, Hand strap
Language
English, French, Germany, Spanish, Portuguese, Italy, Dutch,
Danish, Swedish, Finnish, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Turkey, Greek,
Russian, Thai, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese,
Japanese
USB Power Adapter AC-U1/AC-U2
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Power Supply
100 to 240 V (50/60 Hz), 0.2 A AC
Output
5.0 VDC, 1000 mA
Operating Temperature
10 to 40°C (50 to 104°F)
Dimensions
42.5 mm (W) × 22 mm (H) × 66.5 mm (D) (excluding the power plug)
Weight
Approx. 40 g (excluding the power plug)
Rechargeable Battery DB-110
Nominal Voltage
3.6 V
Rated Capacity
1350 mAh, 4.9 Wh
Operating Temperature
0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F)
Storage Temperature
-10 to 45°C (14 to 104°F)
Dimensions
39.8 mm (W) × 34.2 mm (H) × 8.5 mm (D)
Weight
Approx. 26 g
Image Storage Capacity
The following table shows the approximate number of images and recording time (in seconds) of movies that can be saved in the internal memory
and a memory card in various formats.
Still image
File Format/JPEG
Recorded Pixels
Aspect Ratio
RAW
3:2
1:1
RAW+
3:2
1:1
L
Number of Recorded
Pixels
Internal
Memory
Memory Card
8 GB
28 mm
6000 × 4000
40
150
35 mm
4800 × 3200
40
154
50 mm
3360 × 2240
41
157
28 mm
4000 × 4000
40
153
35 mm
3200 × 3200
41
156
50 mm
2240 × 2240
42
158
28 mm
6000 × 4000
31
117
35 mm
4800 × 3200
34
129
50 mm
3360 × 2240
38
143
28 mm
4000 × 4000
34
128
35 mm
3200 × 3200
36
138
50 mm
2240 × 2240
39
148
3:2
—
6000 × 4000
140
527
1:1
—
4000 × 4000
209
788
3:2
—
4800 × 3200
218
820
1:1
—
3200 × 3200
324
1220
3:2
—
3360 × 2240
437
1646
1:1
—
2240 × 2240
645
2428
3:2
—
1920 × 1280
1253
4717
1:1
—
1280 × 1280
1810
6813
Resolution
Aspect Ratio
Framerate
Number of Recorded
Pixels
Internal
Memory
Memory Card
8 GB
Full HD
16:9
60p
1920 × 1080
3:16
12:17
16:9
30p
6:25
24:09
16:9
24p
7:57
29:56
S
XS
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M
Focal Length*1
*1 35 mm equivalent focal length
Movie
Memo---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• The figures for movies are the total time length that can be recorded. The maximum recording time
per shooting is 25 minutes or the equivalent of 4 GB.
• The number of images that can be taken may differ from the number of storable images displayed
on the monitor.
• The storage capacity varies depending on the shooting conditions and the capacity of the memory.
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Operating Environment
It is confirmed that a USB connection can be established between the camera and the following OSs.
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Windows®
Windows® 10 (FCU, CU) (32-bit, 64-bit), Windows® 8.1 (32-bit, 64-bit), Windows® 8 (32-bit,
64-bit), or Windows® 7 (32-bit, 64-bit)
Mac
macOS 10.14 Mojave, macOS 10.13 High Sierra, macOS 10.12 Sierra, OS X 10.11 El Capitan,
OS X 10.10 Yosemite
Using the Camera Abroad
USB Power Adapter (AC-U1/AC-U2), AC Adapter (D-AC166), and
Battery Charger (BJ-11)
These products are for use with currents of 100 to 240 V and 50 or 60 Hz.
Before traveling, purchase a travel adapter for connection to the type of outlets used at your destination.
Do not use these products with electrical transformers, as this could damage
the camera.
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Precautions for Use
Camera
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• Do not drop the camera or subject it to physical shocks.
• When carrying the camera, be careful that it does not strike other objects. Particular
care is required to protect the lens and monitor.
• Battery may become hot with extended use. Wait for the battery to cool before removing it from the camera.
• The monitor may be difficult to read in direct sunlight.
• You may notice that monitor varies in brightness or contains pixels that do not light
or that are always lit. This is common to all LCD monitors and does not indicate a
malfunction.
• Do not apply force to the monitor.
• Abrupt changes in temperature may cause condensation, resulting in visible condensation inside the lens or camera malfunction. This can be avoided by placing the camera in a plastic bag to slow the temperature change, and removing it only after the air
in the bag has reached the same temperature of its surroundings.
• To prevent damage to the product, do not insert objects into the holes in the microphone and speaker coverings.
• Do not allow the camera to get wet. In addition, do not operate it with wet hands. Failure to observe this precaution could result in product malfunction or electric shock.
• Take a test shot to ensure that the camera is functioning properly before using it on
important occasions such as travel or weddings. We recommend that you keep this
manual and spare batteries at hand.
Conditions that May Cause Condensation-------------------------------------------------------------• If you move to an area with a sharply different temperature
• If humidity is high
• In a cold room after the heater has come on, or where the camera is exposed to cold air from an air
conditioner or other device
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USB Power Adapter AC-U1/AC-U2
•
•
•
•
•
Use the USB cable contained in the package.
Do not subject the power adapter to severe impact or force.
Do not use in extreme high or low temperatures or areas subject to vibration.
Do not use in an area subject to direct sunlight or high temperature.
Unplug the power plug from the power outlet after charging. Failure to observe this
precaution could result in fire.
• Do not allow other metallic objects to come in contact with the connectors, or contacts of the rechargeable battery as this can result in a short circuit.
• The operating temperature range is 10 to 40°C (50 to 104°F). Charging takes longer at
temperatures below 10°C (50°F).
Caution-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• Use of other batteries can cause explosion.
Rechargeable Battery DB-110
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• This is a lithium-ion battery.
• The battery is not fully charged at the time of purchase, so be sure to charge the
battery before use.
• Do not open or damage the battery as this can result in fire or injury. In addition, do
not heat the battery above 60°C (140°F) or expose the battery to fire.
• Due to the battery characteristics, the battery usage time may be shortened when
used in a cold environment, even if the battery is fully charged. Keep the battery
warm by placing it in a pocket or have a backup battery ready.
• When not in use, be sure to remove the battery from the camera or the battery charger. A small amount of current can leak from the battery even when the power is
off, creating excessive discharge and making the battery unusable. If the battery is
removed for more than five days, the date and time settings will be lost. In this case,
reset the date and time.
• If the battery is not used for a long time, charge the battery for 15 minutes once a
year before storing.
• Store in a dry, cool place with an ambient temperature between 15°C and 25°C (59°F
and 77°F). Avoid storing in extreme high or low temperatures.
• After charging the battery, do not immediately charge it again.
• Charge the battery at an ambient temperature between 10°C and 40°C (50°F and
104°F). Charging the battery at a high temperature can deteriorate the battery. Charging at a low temperature may prevent full charging.
• If the battery usage time becomes very short even when fully charged, the battery
has reached the end of its service life. Replace with a new battery. Be sure to use a
replacement battery recommended by RICOH IMAGING.
• The charging time with the AC-U1/AC-U2 is approximately 2.5 hours (at 25°C (77°F)).
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Camera Care and Storage
Caring for the Camera
• Image quality can be affected by fingerprints and other foreign matter on the lens.
Avoid touching the lens with your fingers.
• Remove dust or lint on the lens with a commercially available blower, or gently clean
the lens with a soft, dry cloth.
• Clean the camera thoroughly after using it at the beach in a place where chemicals
are handled.
• In the unlikely event of malfunction, consult your nearest repair center.
• The camera contains high-voltage circuits. Do not disassemble it.
• Do not expose the camera to volatile substances such as thinner, benzine, or pesticides. Failure to observe this precaution could result in damage to the camera or its
coatings.
• The monitor is easily scratched. Avoid touching it with hard objects.
• Clean the monitor by wiping it with a soft cloth dampened with a small amount of any
monitor cleaner that does not contain organic solvents.
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• Do not store the camera where it will be exposed to:
Extreme heat or humidity, large changes in temperature or humidity
Dust, dirt, sand
Severe vibration
Prolonged contact with chemicals including pesticides, or with vinyl or rubber
products
Strong magnetic fields (for example, in the vicinity of a monitor, transformer, or
magnet)
• Remove the battery if the product is left unused for a long period of time.
Before Cleaning
• Be sure to turn the camera off.
• Remove the battery and AC adapter from the camera.
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Warranty Policy
All our cameras purchased through authorized bona fide photographic distribution channels
are guaranteed against defects of material or workmanship for a period of twelve months from
the date of your purchase. Service will be rendered, and defective parts will be replaced without
cost to you within that period, provided the camera does not show evidence of impact, sand
or liquid damage, mishandling, tampering, battery or chemical corrosion, operation contrary to
operating instructions, or modification 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 consequential damages of any kind, whether caused by defective material or
workmanship or otherwise; and it is expressly agreed that the liability of the manufacturer or its
representatives under all guarantees or warranties, whether expressed or implied, is strictly limited to the replacement of parts as hereinbefore provided. No refunds will be made on repairs
by non-authorized service facilities.
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Procedure During 12-month Warranty Period
Any camera which proves defective during the 12-month warranty period should be returned
to the dealer from whom you purchased the camera or to the manufacturer. If there are no
representatives of the manufacturer in your country, send the camera to the manufacturer, with
postage prepaid. In this case, it will take a considerable length of time before the camera can
be returned to you owing to the complicated customs procedures required. If the camera is
covered by warranty, repairs will be made and parts replaced free of charge, and the camera
will be returned to you upon completion of servicing. If the camera 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 camera was purchased outside of the country where you
wish to have it serviced during the warranty period, regular handling and servicing fees may
be charged by the manufacturer’s representatives in that country. Notwithstanding this, your
camera returned to the manufacturer will be serviced free of charge according to this procedure
and warranty policy. In any case, however, shipping charges and customs clearance fees to be
borne by the sender. To prove the date of your purchase when required, please keep the receipt
or bills covering the purchase of your camera for at least a year. Before sending your camera for
servicing, please make sure that you are sending it to the manufacturer’s authorized representatives or their approved repair shops, unless you are sending it directly to the manufacturer.
Always obtain a quotation for the service charge, and only after you accept the quoted service
charge, instruct the service station to proceed with the servicing.
• This warranty policy does not affect the customer’s statutory rights.
• The local warranty policies available from our distributors in some countries can
supersede this warranty policy. Therefore, we recommend that you review the
warranty card supplied with your product at the time of purchase, or contact
our distributor in your country for more information and to receive a copy of
the warranty policy.
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Regulatory Compliance Statements
For Customers in USA
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 party responsible for compliance could
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
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.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
* Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
The available scientific evidence does not show that any health problems are associated
with using low power wireless devices. There is no proof, however, that these low power
wireless devices are absolutely safe. Low power Wireless devices emit low levels of radio
frequency energy (RF) in the microwave range while being used. Whereas high levels of
RF can produce health effects (by heating tissue), exposure of low-level RF that does not
produce heating effects causes no known adverse health effects. Many studies of lowlevel RF exposures have not found any biological effects. Some studies have suggested
that some biological effects might occur, but such findings have not been confirmed
by additional research. R02010 has been tested and found to comply with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment and meets the FCC radio
frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines.
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Declaration of Conformity
According to 47CFR, Parts 2 and 15 for
Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals
We:
Located at:
RICOH IMAGING AMERICAS CORPORATION
5 Dedrick Place, West Caldwell,
New Jersey 07006, U.S.A.
Phone: 800-877-0155
FAX: 973-882-2008
Declare under sole responsibility that the product identified herein complies with 47CFR
Parts 2 and 15 of the FCC rules as a Class B digital device. Each product marketed is
identical to the representative unit tested and found to be compliant with the standards. Records maintained continue to reflect the equipment being produced can be
expected to be within the variation accepted, due to quantity production and testing
on the statistical basis as required by 47CFR §2.909. 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. The above named party is responsible for ensuring that the equipment complies with the standards of 47CFR §15.101 to §15.109.
Digital Camera
Model Number:
R02010
Contact person:
Customer Service Manager
Date and Place:
October, 2018 West Caldwell
Appendix
Product Name:
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For Customers in Canada
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED)
Regulatory Compliance Notice
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003 (B).
This device complies with Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference,
including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
The available scientific evidence does not show that any health problems are associated
with using low power wireless devices. There is no proof, however, that these low power
wireless devices are absolutely safe. Low power wireless devices emit low levels of radio
frequency energy (RF) in the microwave range while being used. Whereas high levels of
RF can produce health effects (by heating tissue), exposure of low-level RF that does not
produce heating effects causes no known adverse health effects. Many studies of lowlevel RF exposures have not found any biological effects. Some studies have suggested
that some biological effects might occur, but such findings have not been confirmed by
additional research. The GR III has been tested and found to comply with ISED radiation
exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment and meets RSS-102 of the
ISED radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules.
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Pour les utilisateurs au Canada
Avis de conformité à la réglementation d’Innovation, Sciences et
Développement économique Canada (ISDE)
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 (B) du Canada.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Innovation, Sciences et Développement
économique Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation
est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi,
même si le brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement.
Les connaissances scientifiques dont nous disposons n’ont mis en évidence aucun problème de santé associé à l’usage des appareils sans fil à faible puissance. Nous ne sommes
cependant pas en mesure de prouver que ces appareils sans fil à faible puissance sont
entièrement sans danger. Les appareils sans fil à faible puissance émettent une énergie
fréquence radioélectrique (RF) très faible dans le spectre des micro-ondes lorsqu’ils sont
utilisés. Alors qu’une dose élevée de RF peut avoir des effets sur la santé (en chauffant les
tissus), l’exposition à de faibles RF qui ne produisent pas de chaleur n’a pas de mauvais
effets connus sur la santé. De nombreuses études ont été menées sur les expositions
aux RF faibles et n’ont découvert aucun effet biologique. Certaines études ont suggéré
qu’il pouvait y avoir certains effets biologiques, mais ces résultats n’ont pas été confirmés
par des recherches supplémentaires. Le GR III a été testé et jugé conforme aux limites
d’exposition aux rayonnements ISDE énoncées pour un environnement non contrôlé et
respecte les règles d’exposition aux fréquences radioélectriques (RF) CNR-102 de l’ISDE.
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For Customers in Europe
Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment and Used Batteries
1. In the European Union
These symbols on the products, packaging and/or accompanying documents mean that used electrical and electronic equipment and batteries
should not be mixed with general household waste.
Used electrical/electronic equipment and batteries must be treated separately and in accordance with legislation that requires proper treatment,
recovery and recycling of these products.
By disposing of these products correctly you will help ensure that the
waste undergoes the necessary treatment, recovery and recycling and
thus prevent potential negative effects on the environment and human
health which could otherwise arise due to inappropriate waste handling.
If a chemical symbol is added beneath the symbol shown above, in accordance with the
Battery Directive, this indicates that a heavy metal (Hg = Mercury, Cd = Cadmium, Pb =
Lead) is present in the battery at a concentration above an applicable threshold specified in the Battery Directive.
2. In other countries outside the EU
These symbols are only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard used products, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of
disposal.
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For more information about collection and recycling of used products, please contact
your local authorities, your waste disposal service or the point of sale where you purchased the products.
For Switzerland: Used electrical/electronic equipment can be returned free of charge to
the dealer, even when you don’t purchase a new product. Further collection facilities are
listed on the home page of www.swico.ch or www.sens.ch.
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Notice to Users in EEA Countries
This product complies with the essential requirements and provisions of RE Directive
2014/53/EU.
The CE Declaration of Conformity is available by accessing the URL:
http://www.ricoh-imaging.co.jp/english/support/declaration_of_conformity.html
and selecting the product applicable.
Operating frequency band: 2400 MHz - 2483.5 MHz
Maximum radio-frequency power: 9.15 dBm EIRP
European importer: RICOH IMAGING EUROPE S.A.S.
Parc Tertiaire SILIC 7-9, avenue Robert Schuman - B.P. 70102, 94513 Rungis Cedex,
FRANCE
Manufacturer: RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD.
1-3-6, Nakamagome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 143-8555, JAPAN
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The CE Mark is a Directive conformity mark of the European Union.
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For Customers in Thai
This telecommunication equipment conforms to the technical standards or requirements of NBTC.
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Index
Numerics
4-way Controller........................................... 59
A
AC adapter................................................... 140
ADJ. lever......................................................... 23
ADJ. mode.................................................... 121
AdobeRGB....................................................... 84
AE Lock............................................................. 50
AE Metering.................................................... 63
AF Assist Light............................................... 58
AF point........................................................... 59
Animation Setting........................................ 47
Anti-Aliasing Filter Simulator................... 86
Aperture Priority AE..................................... 48
Aperture value............................................... 48
Aspect Ratio................................................... 84
Auto-area AF (Focus)................................... 57
Auto bracketing............................................ 76
Auto EV Compensation.............................. 49
Auto Image Rotation................................... 94
Auto Image Transfer................................. 116
Auto Power Off........................................... 131
Auto SR Off..................................................... 90
Auto White Balance (White Balance)..... 69
AV device......................................................... 95
Av mode.......................................................... 48
B
Base Parameter Adj................................... 107
Battery....................................................... 37, 38
Battery level.................................................... 19
Bleach Bypass (Image Control)................ 87
Bluetooth®................................................... 112
Bracketing....................................................... 76
Bulb................................................................... 51
Bulb timer........................................................ 51
Button............................................................... 16
C
164
Card................................................................... 37
Care................................................................ 156
Center-weighted (AE Metering).............. 63
Certification Marks......................................... 2
Changing display.......................................... 20
Charging the battery................................... 38
Cloudy (White Balance).............................. 69
Color Moiré Correction............................ 106
Color Space..................................................... 84
Color Temperature (White Balance)....... 73
Communication device........................... 111
Connection to a computer..................... 110
Continuous AF (Focus)............................... 57
Continuous Shooting.................................. 75
Conversion lens.......................................... 139
Copyright Information............................. 138
Correcting a range of tones...................... 89
Count Down................................................ 129
Create New Folder..................................... 133
Crop................................................................... 84
Cropping....................................................... 102
CTE (White Balance).................................... 69
Customization............................................ 121
Customize Settings menus....................... 33
Cut (Movie).................................................. 108
D
Date Adjustment.......................................... 41
Daylight (White Balance)........................... 69
Delete............................................................... 96
Dial..................................................................... 16
Direct keys....................................................... 22
DisplayPort..................................................... 95
Divide (Movie)............................................ 108
DNG................................................................... 84
Drive Mode..................................................... 74
Dust Removal.............................................. 144
Dynamic Range Compensation.............. 89
E
Editing images............................................ 100
Electronic Level.......................................... 126
Electronic Level Type................................ 128
EV compensation......................................... 53
Exif.................................................................. 138
Exposure Mode................................... 48, 120
F
Face Detection............................................... 58
File Format...................................................... 84
File Name...................................................... 136
File Transfer..................................................... 99
Flash.................................................................. 65
Flash Exposure Compensation................ 66
Flash Mode..................................................... 66
Flash On (Flash)............................................. 66
Flash On+Red-eye (Flash).......................... 66
Flicker Reduction....................................... 128
Fluorescent (White Balance)..................... 69
Fn button......................................................... 24
Fn Button Setting...................................... 123
Focus.......................................................... 44, 58
Focus bar......................................................... 60
Focus frame.................................................... 44
Focus Magnification.................................... 47
Focus Peaking................................................ 58
Folder Name................................................ 134
Format.............................................................. 42
Framerate........................................................ 85
Full Press Snap............................................... 62
G
Grid Guide.................................................... 126
Grid Style...................................................... 128
Guide Display....................................... 24, 124
H
Hard Monotone (Image Control)............ 87
HDR Tone (Image Control)........................ 87
High Contrast Black & White
(Image Control)......................................... 87
High-ISO Noise Reduction........................ 67
Highlight Alert............................................ 126
Highlight Correction................................... 89
Highlight-weighted (AE Metering)........ 63
Histogram.................................................... 126
I
Image Capture Settings............................. 84
Image Control................................................ 87
Image Copy.................................................... 98
Image Rotation.............................................. 94
Image Sync.................................................. 116
Image Transfer while Off......................... 116
Infinity (Focus)............................................... 57
Initial settings................................................ 40
Instant Review..................................... 44, 127
Internal memory.................................... 38, 98
Interval Composite...................................... 81
Interval Shooting.......................................... 79
ISO sensitivity................................................ 64
ISO Setting...................................................... 64
J
JPEG Recorded Pixels.................................. 84
K
Keep AE Lock............................................... 124
L
Language setting......................................... 41
LCD Auto Dim............................................. 132
LCD Setting.................................................. 128
Lens adapter................................................ 139
Levels Adjustment.................................... 103
Lever.................................................................. 16
Link AE and AF Point................................... 63
M
Macro................................................................ 61
Magnifying captured image..................... 46
Magnifying Live View image.................... 45
Manual Exposure.......................................... 48
Manual focus.................................................. 60
Manual White Balance
(White Balance)......................................... 72
Memory card.................................................. 37
Menu................................................................. 25
MF...................................................................... 60
MF Auto Magnification............................... 60
M mode............................................................ 48
M Mode Dial Setting................................... 52
Monitor............................................................ 18
Monotone (Image Control)....................... 87
Movie................................................................ 54
Movie Capture Settings.............................. 85
Movie Edit.................................................... 108
Movie Settings menus................................ 30
Movie SR.......................................................... 90
Multi Auto White Balance
(White Balance)......................................... 69
Multi-exposure.............................................. 77
Multiple image display............................... 92
Multiple image selection .......................... 93
Multi-segment (AE Metering).................. 63
N
ND Filter........................................................... 86
Noise Reduction........................................... 67
165
O
One Push AE in M Mode.................. 52, 124
Operating environment.......................... 152
Outdoor View Setting.............................. 129
P
Package contents......................................... 13
Pairing........................................................... 112
Peripheral Illumination Correction........ 89
Pinpoint AF (Focus)...................................... 57
Pixel Mapping............................................. 144
Playback.................................................... 46, 91
Playback Information Display............... 126
Playback Order Options............................. 92
Playback Settings menus........................... 32
P mode............................................................. 48
Positive Film (Image Control)................... 87
Power................................................................ 40
Power Button Lamp.................................. 129
Preview............................................................. 52
Processing images.................................... 100
Program AE..................................................... 48
Program Line.................................................. 51
Program mode.............................................. 44
Protect.............................................................. 97
Q
Quick Zoom................................................. 127
R
RAW................................................................... 84
RAW Development................................... 100
Reducing blurring of images................... 90
Remote Capture......................................... 116
Reset........................................................... 26, 42
Reset Numbering...................................... 137
Resize............................................................. 102
Retro (Image Control)................................. 87
Ring cap........................................................ 139
S
166
Saving power.............................................. 131
SD memory card........................................... 37
Select AF (Focus)........................................... 57
Self-timer......................................................... 83
Sensitivity........................................................ 64
Sequential Numbering............................ 137
Setup menus.................................................. 35
Shade (White Balance)............................... 69
Shadow Correction...................................... 89
Shake Reduction........................................... 90
Sharing.......................................................... 110
Shooting close-ups...................................... 61
Shooting Information Display.............. 126
Shutter Button Confirmation................ 125
Shutter Button Setting............................ 125
Shutter Priority AE........................................ 48
Shutter speed................................................ 48
Single image display................................... 46
Sleep Mode.................................................. 132
Slow Shutter Speed Noise
Reduction.................................................... 67
Slow-speed Sync (Flash)............................. 66
Slow Sync+Red-eye (Flash)....................... 66
Smartphone................................................ 111
Smartphone Link....................................... 116
Snap (Focus)................................................... 57
Snap Focus Distance................................... 57
Soft Monotone (Image Control).............. 87
Sound Effects.............................................. 130
Sound Recording.......................................... 85
Specifications.............................................. 147
Spot (AE Metering)....................................... 63
sRGB.................................................................. 84
Still Image Settings menus....................... 27
Storage.......................................................... 156
Storage capacity................................. 39, 151
Store Cursor Position................................... 26
Store Location Information.................... 116
T
Time...................................................................
Touch AF..........................................................
Touch panel....................................................
Tracking AF (Focus)......................................
Tungsten (White Balance).........................
TV.......................................................................
Tv mode...........................................................
51
50
21
57
69
95
48
U
USB cable...................................................... 110
USB power adapter...................................... 38
User Mode.................................................... 117
V
Vivid (Image Control).................................. 87
Volume.......................................................... 130
Volume label.................................................. 43
W
Warranty Policy.......................................... 157
White Balance................................................ 69
White Balance Adjustment.................... 105
Wide conversion lens............................... 139
Wireless LAN................................................ 114
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RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD.
1-3-6, Nakamagome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 143-8555,
JAPAN
(http://www.ricoh-imaging.co.jp)
RICOH IMAGING EUROPE
S.A.S.
Parc Tertiaire SILIC 7-9, avenue Robert Schuman B.P. 70102, 94513 Rungis Cedex, FRANCE
(http://www.ricoh-imaging.eu)
RICOH IMAGING
5 Dedrick Place, West Caldwell, New Jersey 07006,
AMERICAS CORPORATION U.S.A.
(http://www.us.ricoh-imaging.com)
RICOH IMAGING CANADA
INC.
5560 Explorer Drive Suite 100, Mississauga, Ontario,
L4W 5M3, CANADA
(http://www.ricoh-imaging.ca)
RICOH IMAGING CHINA
CO., LTD.
Room A 23F Lansheng Building, 2-8 Huaihaizhong
Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, CHINA
(http://www.ricoh-imaging.com.cn)
http://www.ricoh-imaging.co.jp/english
This contact information may change without
notice. Please check the latest information on our
websites.
RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD.
November, 2018
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