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5 eh other and operates in exactly
bau " i 6r HOI-GA-1358C cameras will
Ef, G4-135 regular standard picture only.
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HOLGA-135 and HOL,IGA-I3SBC as
the same way. The only differm
produce pichues
wi6 d,rtFEd
PrrtsofecCemr
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Knob
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switch
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FilrnRewhd
Relee Bution
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Tripod
Mounting Hole
CrtiE$r+
las Covq
Shutter Mode
Selector
5. Focusing
Film to Use
The camera can accommodate all 135 format films. The use of films with exposure speed of
ASA 100 on sunny days and ASA 400 on cloudy days or indoor occasions is recommended.
Film Loading
(a)
Grab the Film Rewind Handle to pull up the Film Rewind Knob. - the latch for
the Back Cover will be released and the Back Cover will pop open. (Fig. 3)
O)
Insert a new film roll into the Film Compartment and push the Film Rewind Knob
back to lock into the film roll. If the knob cannot be pushed back, turn it slowly
until it can be done so.
(c)
E
Although this camera isAasicalrtfixod focus cem6rr, lt rllll offorfl four choices of object
distances. There are four symbols on the Focue RIn3 (Flg,6 bolow) to reloct for the following
object distances -
(a)
Symbol ofOne Person
(b)
(c)
(d)
Symbol ofThree Persons
Symbol of Several Persons
Symbol of Mountains
a lm or 3,25 ft.
t
2m or 6,50 fl,
a 6m or 20.tD ft
a lOm or 33,ffi fl,
More precise setting for object distanccs csn bo rahlcvcd by rottlng thc Focu8 Ring
Focur
Pull on the Film Tongue to pull out the film until the tip of the tongue
at
positions in between two symbols.
Rlnl
reaches
approximately, but not beyond, the hinge for the Back Cover.
(d)
Insert the tip of the Film Tongue into the slot on the Take-Up Spool. Press the
film so that the tip of the film goes into the Take-Up Spool and the film becomes
more or less
flat. (Fig.4)
(e)
Turn the Film Advance Gear slightly so that its teeth will engage into the holes on
the two sides of the film.
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Snap the Back Cover back into place.
(e)
Tirn
(h)
the Film Advance Knob to advance the
then press the Shutter Release Button.
Aporturc Soloctlon
Swirch
, Eic{
Choice of Aperturc
film until it cannot turn any further,
By setting tho ApGrturc Soloction Switch (Fig. 6 above), two choices are available for
sclcction as followr -
Repeat (g) again until the number "l" appears in the Frame Counter Window (Fig.
5). The camera is now ready for taking pictures.
(a)
(b)
Sunny Symbol = f/l I for uao on sunny days; and
Cloudy Symbol = f/8 for ueo on cloudy days.
Plcture Taklng
(a)
Fig.3
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Make sure that thc lcng covor ls rcmoved.
(b)
Unless it is desircd to mrnually control the exposure time (see section on Night
Time Exposure without Flach bclow), always set the Shutter Mode Selector to the
"N" position.
(c)
Set the aperturc
accoding to thc wcather/environmental conditions: -
-
Sunny oymbol for eunny outdooroccasions; and
-
Flash/Cloudy symbol
Fig.5
occasions.
for cloudy outdoor or insufficiently lit-up indoor
(d)
(e)
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8.
Ronovrl ol Fllm
Estimate the object distance and turn the Focus Ring to aot tho objoct dirtance
accordingly.
Whon a film roll is finished, take following steps to tlmove it from the camera -
Look through the Viewfinder and compose the picturo. Thon plrm down the
Shutter Release Button genfly without jerking thc camera to capturc thc imagc.
(r)
Turn the Film Advance Knob slowly until the numbor for tho noxt framc appoaro
in the centre of the Frame Counter Window. Thc camcra is now ready for taking
the next picture.
(b)
Push down the Film Rewind Releaec Button on the bottom of the camera. (Fig. 7)
(c)
Flip out thc Film Rcwind Handlc and tum it ln tho direction of the arrow indicated
on thc handlc (Fig. 8), A scnsc of tcnsion would bc felt when tuming the handle
to rcwind thc film. Kccp turning the knob untll thc sense of tension disappears,
indicating that the wholo film has alroady boon rcwound.
Cap for protection
Night Time Exposure without Ftash - Use of '.B" Exposure Settlng
This function is for taking extended-exposure pictures at night timc or indoors without using
flash or to create special effects. The steps to be taken are as follows -
(a)
(b)
(c)
To avoid inadvertent
double.gffirc of alnady
first. ,4
taken pictures, put on the
hrll out the Film Rewind Knob . tho latch of thc Back Cover will
[rns
be released to
lot tho Back Covor pop opon, (Flg, 9)
Mount the camera on the top of a tripod. This is necessary to avoid unnecessary
motion of the camera, which can occur even due to the breathing action of the
photographer, during the extended exposure.
Set the Shutter Mode Selector to the
Romovc thc rowound fllm rcll fmm tho Fllm Compartment.
"B" position.
Pueh down thc Shuttor Rclcasc Button vory gcntly and k op it down for I to 5
minutes, as desircd, Thcn, rclease the button to closc the shuttor to comploto tho
picture taking cyclc.
(d)
It is strongly recommcnded to use a shutter cable (available separately as an
option) to control thc opcning/closing of the shutter in order to avoid unnecessary
motion of the camcra during the exposure period.
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11.
9.
Multiple.Exposure Effect
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rt nl8ht or ln dark cnvironments, it is necessary to install a flash unit
(rvdlrbls $pr'rt€ly m rn optlon), Slmply insert the hot shoe of the flash unit into thc Hot
Whon tdtln3 plgturcr
As film is advanced manually, this camera can help achieve special effects through multiple
exposure by NOT advancing thc film afrcr a frame has been exposed. Each depression of the
Shutter Release Button will bring about another exposure. This feature will provide more
latitude for the photographcr to try out his/her imagination.
To achieve multiple exposurE is very easy - simply do NOT advance the film after a pictur€
has been taken. This can be done repeatedly for as many times as one wants. However, it
must be noted that if the lighting of the environment is bright, multiple exposure may causc
the film to over exposc.
Sh00 (Roccpirclo) on tho top of tho csmcra and the camera is ready to be operated with thc
llmh,
t^ Ur olShuilt ldom
Crbll
\lrhrn sxtrndcd oxpotut! lr dorlrcd or when even any slight jerking of the camera during the
dopnfllon of tho Shuttor Rclcasc Button is to be avoided, it will be necessary to install a
thuttor Relerrc Crblo (avollable scparately as an option). To install the optional Shutter
Rolcuo Clblo, rlmply rcrcw thc screw-thrcaded end of the cable into the Socket for Shuttcr
Rclcmc Crblc,
4?-:-ffi'e--r"*g:ij*.ftffi;_r-_
Yellow
To reduce thc abeorptlon of
full color films ro
,,y'
(a)
O)
(c)
(d)
(e)
put on the trns Cap when the camera is not in use.
check to see that the lens cap has bepp removed before taking a picture.
take pictures with the sun behind the Camera.
Hold the camera steadily and firmly and use a tripod where necessary.
Always press the Shutter Release Button gently to avoid jerking the camera and
press it all the way.down until the clicking sound is heard.
Always remember to advance the film after taking a picture, except for multiple
exposures.
Always load or remove films in a dark place.
Never take pictures with an object distance ofless than 1 meter (3.25ft).
Always clean the lens only with a piece of soft and smooth cloth.
Always
Always
Always
Always
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(g)
(h)
(i)
Light
15.2.
Shutter
Film to be Used
lraf
Focrrsino
Dimensions
shuner. speed 1/100sec,
Suitable for 135 type color or black/white frlm
ASA t0O /ISO 21 or ASA 4OO/ISO 27 soeed
Bve 16vel. din:ct vicw findcr
Adiustehle
124x72x83 mm
Weioht
Approx.
Accessories Included
1
View Finder
15.
puplc rengc.
Soft SunoFnd Lenses - Thosc lona$ hrvl r olarr clrculil 8t!8 in the middlp atrd
the remaining areas frosted, Thoy m fo rUndlng orlt thc obicct to be taken to
Four colors - blue, red, orange
make the theme of the picturc morc
pmlilil,
Split-Image trnses - Therc art thrcc
Quintuple Image
Triangular Triplo Imago
135
Ontical lens. fl8 47mm
to
Orange To lower the color EldDmnut b r0mova tho cold tone in flash
light to accompllrh r wnm$ lfht rourEa.
Horizontal Triplc Imagor
lens
ll3ht !o conoct the sensitivity of
and grey are available for seloction.
14. Speciflcatlons
Tvoe
bls
WnpflVtc
Some Suggestions
.
15,4,
of
.
.
r
!
qDil lYrlltbL.t
ln{rr
wlll rurult,
! lnrjrllnrd
I hnqll
follows
Just like five exposures.
up hotizontally.
ln thl thrto vofiices of a triangle.
Grdrtlon Flltcn - Thlr lr r rot sf 4 fllnn, Hllf of ooch flltor is colored and the
othcr hslf clcar, Thc colorcd hrlf of thc flltcr lr a 3radBtlon of the color from tull
intensity to total clcarncss when moving from thc edge towards the intersection
with the clear half. These filters can !p used to emphasize the color of the object to
be photographed, stand out,ir blue oky or suppress ov'erly bright exposures. The
four colors available are rcd, yellow, blue and grey.
1789
15.5.
Carrv Strao
r
yalloVbluc,
-
Tfuro uo filters with one half in onc color and tho dhor
tood for generating special color effects. ThGt! ltt'llr
rct ln thc color combinations of red/yellow, red/blue, rtd/grcy,
Doublc Color Flltatt
hrlf rnothor, ltoy
fllton ln
Optional Accessories - Lens/Filter flolder for Lens/Filter of Special Effects
ln
yo[oflllty
md bluc/grey respectively.
There is a l-ens/Filter Holder available as an optional accessory. Lenses/Filters for different
effects, also available as optional accessories, can be inserted into the Lens/Filter Holder. The
Lens/Filter Holder is then installed by being slid over the bezel of the lens of the camera.
There are several types
follows
of
lenses/filters available as optional accessories. They are
as
^;7_]\
Iflr',
l\r/r,
-
Lens/Filter
Color Filters - Color Filters are for altering the color temperatures of the object
and the background to enhance the artistic effect of the picture. There are four
different filters available to bring about the following effects -
To raise the color temperature e.g. to simulate beautiful moon
light when taking picture in the counffy
side.
To reduce the absorption of blue and green lights.
-
Lens/Filtq Holdq
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