Manuel d'utilisation / d'entretien du produit 38-125mm du fabricant FujiFilm
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• Fujinon 38-125mm Auto Focus Zoom Lens • Sure-loading System with Automatic Pre-winding • Automatic Exposure and Automatic Flash Operation • Date/T ime Imprinting • Red-Eye Reduction Flash .
2 ENGLISH CONTENTS The “CE” mark certifies that this product satisfies the requirements of the EU (European Union) regarding safety , public health, environment and consumer protection.(“CE” is the abbreviation of Conformité Européenne.) This product is in conformity with Directive 89/336/EEC.
3 1 Shutter Release Button 2 Red-eye Reduction/ Self-T imer/Remote Controller ∗ Lamp 3 Strap Lug 4 Remote Controller Sensor ∗ 5 AF (Auto-Focus) Window 6 Flash 7 AE Light Sensor 8 V iewfinder Window 9 Fujinon Lens/ Lens Cover 5 6 ( → p.31) 9 ( → p.
4 0 AF Lamp (green) A V iewfinder Eye-piece B Film T ake-up Spool C FILM TIP Mark D T ripod Socket E Film Chamber F Film Confirmation Window G Film Pressure Plate H Camera Back I Battery Compartment Cover Release Knob J Battery Compartment Cover D E F ( → p.
5 K AF Lamp (green) L V iewfinder Eye-piece M Liquid Crystal Display N Camera Back Lock O Mid-Roll Rewind Button P Exposure Mode Button Q Zoom Button R Film Confirmation Window S Power Button T DA TE/SEL (Date Select) Button U Self-timer/Remote Control ∗ /SET (Date Set) Button Q ( → p.
6 V Red-eye Reduction Flash Mode W Back Light Compensa- tion Flash Mode/ Flash-off Mode/ Flash Charging X Night Portrait (Slow Sync) Mode Y Remote Control Mode ∗ Z Battery Status [ Landscape Mode Exposure Counter/Self- timer Count ] Self-timer Mode ^ Date Display Liquid Crystal Display V ( → p.
7 A : Framing area Compose the image within this area. B : AF (Auto-focus) spot Position this spot over the main subject in your picture. C : Parallax correction guides When taking pictures at close distances (Closer than 1.5 m/4.9 ft.), use these indi- cators as a guide when composing your picture.
8 1 2 1. PRELIMINAR Y STEPS A TT ACHING THE STRAP Slip the thin cord on the carrying strap through the strap lug on the side of the camera leaving a loop. Slide the thick part of the strap through this loop and pull tight. T ake up any slack to make sure the strap is securely attached to the camera.
9 INSERTING THE BA TTER Y Y our camera requires one 3V lithium battery , type CR123A/DL 123A. T o insert the battery: 1 Move the battery compartment cover release knob in the direction of the arrow .
10 ∗ Do not apply excessive force when opening or closing the battery compartment cover. ∗ One new lithium battery should be sufficient for approx. 350 exposures (based on our test conditions). ∗ When traveling, take extra batteries to provide power for extra exposures.
11 TURNING ON YOUR CAMERA Before you can use your camera, you must turn the power on. First press the power button which turns on the power . Pressing this button a second time will turn the power of f. ☞ When you turn your camera on, the lens cover will open and the initial display will appear on the LCD.
12 CHECKING YOUR BA TTER Y T o determine the condition of the battery in your camera, turn the camera on and check the battery capacity indicator on the LCD panel. 1 Lit : Battery capacity is OK. 2 Lit : Battery capacity is low . Replace with a new battery .
13 SETTING THE DA TE (YEAR-MONTH-DA Y/ HOUR-MINUTE) Setting the date T urn the camera on and then press the DA TE button. ☞ The “ Year ” blinks and the camera will enter the date/time setting mode.
14 T o cancel the date/time setting mode, press the DA TE/SEL button after changing the “ Minutes ” . ☞ To set the time (hour or minute) by the radio, press in the DATE/SEL button when the time signal indicates zero. ∗ The year, month, and day will change together with the hour and minute.
15 Changing the date T urn the camera on and then hold down the DA TE button for at least 2 seconds or longer . ☞ The “ Day ” blinks and the date change mode is entered. Using the procedure described in steps 2 1 to 2 on page 13, set the date with the SET and SEL buttons.
16 SELECTING THE DA TE MODE The date and time (year-month-day/ hour-minute) will be imprinted at the lower right of the photograph. ∗ The date display printed on the front of the picture may not be clearly visible against a dark background.
17 A C B 2. USING YOUR CAMERA LOADING THE CAMERA Y our camera uses standard 35mm film available anywhere. Almost all 35mm films will have a DX coding symbol on the film box and on the cassette itself.
18 2 2 1 1 Check that there is not a film in the camera and that the exposure counter is not displayed. ∗ Never open the camera back while film is in your camera. Before replacing the film, refer to page 29. 1 T o load the film, slide camera back lock in the direction of the arrow as shown in the picture at left.
19 Insert the roll of film. Keep the long end of the spool in the film cassette at the top of the film compartment as shown in the drawing. 3 4 A : FILM TIP mark B : Film take-up spool C : Film cassette While holding the film cassette in place, pull the end of the film out to the FILM TIP mark and place it on top of the spool.
20 5 Close the camera back. ☞ The film advances automatically. ∗ The type, number of exposures, and speed of the film that has been loaded may be checked with the film confirmation window. 6 Check the exposure counter (telling the number of exposures remaining).
21 USING YOUR CAMERA T urn the camera on and hold it firmly using both hands as shown in the illustration. ☞ When taking vertical pictures, hold the camera with the flash unit at the top.
22 T o use the zoom lens, press the mark until you see the composition you want in the finder . Pressing the mark will set the lens at the shorter focal lengths to obtain wide-angle coverage. ∗ The focusing range for sharp pictures is from 0.9 m (3.
23 Press down the shutter release button halfway . ☞ Focusing is complete when the AF lamp (green) lights up. ∗ If you are closer than 90 cm (35 in.) to the subject, the AF lamp will start blinking to warn you that the subject cannot be focused. If you are closer than the minimum focusing distance (60 cm / 24 in.
24 Close-up photography A : V iewfinder B : Print finishing C : Parallax correction guides When photographing a subject that is closer than approx. 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) from the camera, the area within the frame shown in the diagram on the left will be in the picture.
25 There are a few conditions when the camera ’ s autofocus system may not function accurately . At these times, you should use the “ Auto-Focus Lock ” settings ( → p.
26 USING THE AUTO-FOCUS LOCK In the composition shown at left, the AF frame is of f the subject (in this case, the people). In this case the lens will not focus on the subject.
27 With the AF frame positioned over the subject, press down the shutter release but- ton halfway to set the Auto-Focus lock. ☞ Check that the AF lamp (green) lights up.
28 UNLOADING THE FILM OR REMOVING FILM IN MID-ROLL T o Unload the Film When the last frame in the film has been exposed, the film automatically rewinds into the film cassette which can then be removed for processing. ☞ When rewinding is complete, the exposure counter will read “ ” .
29 Removing film in mid-roll Press the button with the point of a pen or something similar . ☞ When rewinding is complete, the exposure counter will read “ ” . ∗ Do not press the button with any object that tapers to a sharp point. Check that the motor has stopped and that “ ” is displayed before removing the film.
30 ◆ Do not open the camera back while there is a film in the camera. ☞ If you open the camera back while a film is loaded in the camera, close the camera back again. ∗ When the camera back is closed, the film is automatically rewound and “ ” is displayed.
31 3. ADV ANCED TECHNIQUES SELECTING THE EXPOSURE MODE Y our camera of fers 6 exposure modes to give you successful pictures under a wide range of photographic situations with various subjects.
32 Each press of the button changes the exposure mode in the following order: ☞ → → → → → • The automatic flash mode and red-eye reduction flash mode are maintained even when the power is turned off. • The back light compensation flash mode and flash-off mode are automatically cancelled when the power in the camera is turned off.
33 The operating range of the film (flash distance) will vary depending upon the film ’ s sensitivity (ISO speed). When using flash, keep your subject within the range of the effective flash illumination as indicated in the chart below . Effective flash range Film speed Wide angle T elephoto (38 mm) (125 mm) ISO 100 0.
34 ( : no display ) Automatic flash at low brightness mode Used for general photography . The flash lamp fires automatically when the brightness of the subject is lower than the predetermined level. ( ) Red-eye reduction flash mode Reduce red-eye. The red-eye reduction lamp turns on for approx.
35 Dealing with red-eye When you photograph a person in dim light using flash, the pupil of the eye will sometimes appear red. Under low light, the pupils of the eye dilate for better vision. Red-eye is caused by light from the flash entering the dilated pupils and being reflected back to the lens.
36 ( ) Back light compensation flash mode Use this mode to avoid deep shadows when photographing against the light such as a person standing in front of a window or under a tree with a very bright background. This produces more natural looking flash photographs.
37 ( ) Landscape mode Used when taking landscape pictures or photographing remote (night) scenes through window glass. The lens is focused for the distant subjects. The flash does not fire in this mode. ∗ This mode is automatically cancelled per shot.
38 ( ) Night portrait (slow sync) mode Used when taking portraits to record the background in a night scene. The slow shutter speed/red-eye reduction flash mode can be used to make sure that both people and nighttime background scenery are photographed clearly .
39 1 2 USING THE SELF-TIMER Press the button. ☞ The self-timer can be used to take up to 3 consecutive exposures. ☞ Each press of the button changes the self-timer mode in the following order: → → → ∗ “ ” indicates the remote control mode.
40 3 After the self-timer lamp remains lit for approx. 7 seconds, it blinks for approx. 3 seconds, and then the shutter is released. When taking consecutive exposures, the shutter is released the set number of times at an interval of between 3 and 6 sec- onds.
41 A B C 1 2 USING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER (on the Zoom Date 125SR only) A FUJIFILM remote controller is required. Remove the remote controller from its holder by sliding it in the direction of the arrow .
42 Aim the AF Frame at your subject and compose the picture. 3 4 1 Point the remote controller toward the camera ’ s remote controller sensor , and then press the remote controller ’ s shutter release button. 2 After the self-timer/remote controller lamp blinks for approx.
43 The coverage of the remote controller is up to approx. 5 m (16.4 ft.) when used directly in front of the camera, and up to approx. 3.5 m (1 1.5 ft.) when used at a vertical or horizontal angle of 20 ° . ∗ A tripod is recommended when taking pictures by remote control.
44 TROUBLE SHOOTING During operation 1 Replace the battery with a new one. 2 Press the POWER button. 3 The flash is charging. W ait until “ ” stops blinking and is displayed. (The flash takes approx. 6 sec- onds to charge.) 4 Remove the film, and load an unexposed film.
45 Picture is not sharp. Picture is too dark. Printed date/time is incor- rect. The date is not printed on the front./The date is not printed clearly . 1 When shooting a picture, hold your camera cor- rectly so that your finger is not on the AF windows.
46 COMMON SENSE CAMERA CARE 5 It is recommended that undeveloped film and cameras con- taining film be carried as hand luggage when flying. If included in checked baggage, X-ray inspections may cause overprint- ing or other ef fects.
ENGLISH 47 SPECIFICA TIONS • Film 135 (35 mm) DX roll film • Picture Size 24 mm × 36 mm • Lens Fujinon lens, 6 components, 6 elements, f=38 – 125 mm 1:5.3 – 1:10.5 • Viewfinder Real image zoom finder , 0.41 – 1.10 × magnification, with AF frame, parallax correction guides, AF lamp • Focusing Active type auto focus, 0.
48 • Power Supply One CR123A/DL 123A lithium battery • Others Date/T ime Imprinting, T ripod socket, Remote controller (compatible) (on the Zoom Date 125SR only). • Dimensions & W eight 1 16.0 × 64.0 × 43.0 mm/4.6 × 2.5 × 1.7 in. (main unit), 195 g/6.
49 IMPORT ANT SAFETY NOTICE This product has been developed to be as safe as possible when used for its designed purposes. Under normal circumstances, this product will provide long, safe service when handled correctly . It is important, however , that this product is handled properly and used only for photographic purposes.
50 W ARNING Do not use this camera in locations with a high concentration of inflammable gas or near open gasoline, Benzine, paint thinner or other volatile substances which can give off dangerous vapors. Failure to observe this precaution could result in explosion or fire.
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