Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product 16010734 FujiFilm
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Befor e Y ou Begi n Firs t Steps Bas ic Photo gra phy and Pl aybac k More on Photography More on Playback Movies Connections Menus T echnical Note s Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g Appendix Owner ’ s Manual Thank you for y our pur chase of thi s product.
ii Memor y Car ds Pictures can be stored in the camera’ s internal memor y or on optional SD and SDHC memor y card s. In this manual, SD memory c ards are r eferred to as “memory c ards. ” For more information, see page 8. About This Manual Before u sing the camera, r ead thi s Owner ’ s Manua l and the other s upplied documents.
iii Camer a Q & A Find it ems b y task. Camera Setup Que st ion Question Key phr ase Key phrase See p age See page How do I set the camera clo ck? Date and time 1 4 Can I set the clock to local ti.
iv Camera Q & A Ta k i n g P i c t u r e s Que st ion Question Key phr ase Key phrase See p age See page How many pictures can I take? Memor y capacit y 1 05 Is there a quick and easy way to take .
v Camera Q & A Viewing P ictures Que st ion Question Key phr ase Key phrase See p age See page How do I view my pic tures ? Single-f rame playback 4 0 Is there a simple way t o delete one image ? .
viii Abo ut Th is Man ual .......................................................................... ii Cam era Q & A .................................................................................... iii Cam era Se tup .........................
ix T abl e of Contents Conne ct ion s Con nec t io ns Vie wing Pi ct ures o n T V ............................................................... 49 Printi ng Pic ture s via USB ........................................................... 50 Conn ec ting th e Cam era .
x T abl e of Contents T e chn ical N ote s T e chn ical N ote s Optional Acc essories ................................................................... 91 Acc essories from F uji lm .......................................................... 92 T r oub les hoot ing Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g .
Before Y ou Begin 1 Introduct ion Sy mbols and Conv ent ions The following symbols ar e used in this m anual : Caution : This in forma tion should be re ad before u se to en sur e corr ec t operation. Note : Poi nts to no te when u sing the ca mera. Tip : Addition al inform ation tha t may be helpful when u sing the came ra.
2 Introduction Part s of the Camera For mor e informa tion, r efer t o the page list ed to the righ t of each it em. 18 Bat ter y- chamb er cover .......................... 6 19 DISP (display)/ BACK but ton .......... 20, 40 U (silent mo de) but ton .
3 Introduction Before Y ou Begin The Monitor The following ind icat ors may a ppear in the monit or duri ng shooting and pl ayback: ■ Shooting ■ Play bac k 2 3 - 1 100 12 / 31 / 2050 10 : 00 AM 100-0001 1/250 F 4.0 N YouTube 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 89 13 14 15 11 10 12 9 Red -e ye removal indi cator .
Fir st St eps 4 Charging the Battery The bat te r y is not c harged a t shipme nt. Ch arge the ba t te r y before use . Batteries The c amera uses an NP- 4 5A r echargeable bat tery.
5 Charging the Battery Fir st St eps C aut ion s: Car in g for t he Bat te ry • Do not a x stickers or other objec ts to the bat tery. F ailure to observe this precaution could make it impossible to remove the batter y from the camera . • Do not shor t the bat tery terminals.
6 Insert ing the Battery Af ter ch arg ing the batter y , insert it in the camera as described below. 1 Open the batter y- chamber co ver . Open the battery- chamber c over as sho wn, slidi ng the lock lever in the dir ec tion of the arrow . Lo ck l e ver Cautions • Do not turn the camera on or o while the bat tery -chamb er cover is open.
7 Inser ting the Bat ter y Fir st St eps Caution Inser t the batter y in the correc t orientation. Do NOT use forc e or at tempt to inser t the bat ter y upside down o r back wards. The b atter y will slide in easily in the c orrec t orientation. 3 Close the bat tery -chamb er cov er .
8 Insert ing a Memory Card Although the camera can st ore pictures in i nt ernal me mor y , SD memor y card s (sold sepa rately ) can be used to store add itional pictures. When no memory card is inserted , d appears i n the monitor a nd int ernal me mor y is used for r ecord ing and pla yback.
9 Inser ting a Memor y Card Fir st St eps ■ Inser ti ng a Memor y Card 1 Open the batter y- chamber co ver . Open the battery- chamber c over as sho wn, slidi ng the lock lever in the dir ec tion of the arrow . Lo ck l e ver Note Be sure the camera is o before op ening the battery-chamber co ver .
10 Inser ting a Memor y Card • Be sure card is at c orrect orientation; do not inser t at an angle or use force . If the memor y card is not inserted cor re c tl y , i mag es will be save d in the int ernal me mor y ( d will be displayed ) instead of on the memor y card.
11 Inser ting a Memor y Card Fir st St eps Removing M emory Cards Be su re t he camera is o before op ening the bat ter y- chamber cover . Press the car d in and then release it slowly . The c ard can now be removed by hand. Cautions • The memor y c ard ma y spring out if you remove your nger immediately af ter pushing the card in.
12 Inser ting a Memor y Card • The data in internal memor y may be eras ed or c orrupted when the camera is repaired. Please not e that the repairer will be able to view pict ures in int ernal memor y . • Formatting a memor y card or i nte rnal memory in the camera creates a folder in which pictures are stored.
13 Fir st St eps T urning the Camera on and O Shooting Mode T o turn the camera on, open the len s cov er fully . The camera turns o when the lens co ver is close d. Came ra On Camera O T ip: Swi tchi ng to Pl ayba ck Mo de Press the D button to star t playb ack.
14 Basic Setup A langu age -selec tion dial og is dis played the rs t time the camera i s turned on. Set up the camera as described below (for in format ion on resetting the clock or chang ing langu ages, see page 83 ) . 1 Choose a language. START MENU SET NO 1.
15 Basic Setup Fir st St eps Note Y ou c an change the language or date and time set ting later in the setup menu (pg. 83 ). T ips: T he Ca mer a Clo ck • If the bat ter y is removed for an ex tended per iod, the camera clock will b e reset and the language- selec tion dialog will b e displayed when the camera is turned on.
Ba sic Ph otog ra phy an d Pla ybac k 16 T aking Pictures in G (SCENE REC OGNITION) Mode This section describes how to take pictures i n SCENE R EC OGN ITION mode.
17 T ak ing Pictures in G (SCENE RECOGNITI ON) Mo de Ba sic Ph otog ra phy an d Pla ybac k 3 Frame the picture. Pos ition the main s ubjec t in the focus ar ea and use the z oom but tons t o frame the picture in the monit or .
18 T ak ing Pictures in G (SCENE RECOGNITI ON) Mo de Simply b y pointing the camera a t the subject, the camera aut omatica lly analyzes and select s the most appropria te setting us ing scene reco gnit ion . The camera analyzes a subject based on scene recognition, then an ic on appears in the bottom lef t of the monitor .
19 T ak ing Pictures in G (SCENE RECOGNITI ON) Mo de Ba sic Ph otog ra phy an d Pla ybac k 4 Foc us. Pres s the shutter button halfway to focus on the subject. 1/25 1/25 0 F4. F4 0 1/250 F4.0 Focus fr ame Press half way Camer a selects small focus fr ame and focuses on subjec t If the c ame ra is ab le to foc us , it will beep t wice.
20 T ak ing Pictures in G (SCENE RECOGNITI ON) Mo de The Fra mi ng Gr id T o display bes t fr aming (the framing grid) or to view or hide other indica tors in the monit or , press the DISP /BACK button.
21 Ba sic Ph otog ra phy an d Pla ybac k Viewing P ictures Pictures can be viewed in the mon itor . When taking impor tant pho tograph s, take a t est shot and check the results . 1 Press the D but ton. The most recent picture wi ll be displa yed in the monitor .
More on P hotography 22 A Shooting Mode Choose a shooting mode ac cor ding t o the sce ne or t ype of subjec t. g g Selecti ng a Shooting Mode 1 Press MENU/OK to d ispla y the shooting menu.
23 More on P hotography A Shooti ng Mod e Shooting Modes G SCEN E RECOGNITI ON Simply b y pointing the camera a t the subject, the camera aut omatica lly analyzes and select s the most appropri ate setting us ing scene reco gni tion . For mor e informa tion, see “ T aking P ic tur es in G (S CENE RE C OGNIT ION) Mode” (pg.
24 A Shooti ng Mod e B NA TUR AL LIG HT Captur e na tural ligh t indoors, under low l ight, or where the ash can no t be used. T he ash turns o and sens itivit y is rai sed to reduc e blur . C PORTR AIT Choose this mode for soft-t oned por traits with natural s kin tones.
25 More on P hotography A Shooti ng Mod e F SNOW Choose for cri sp, c lear sho ts that captu re the brightnes s of scenes dom inat ed by shi ning whit e snow. G BEA CH Choose for cri sp, c lear sho ts that captu re the brightnes s of sunl it beaches. I PA R T Y Capture indo or ba ckground lighting under low- ligh t condition s.
26 A Shooti ng Mod e N AUCTIO N MOD E Choose this mode t o com bine up t o four con secutive shots in a si ngle image 640 × 480 pixel s in siz e ( p ) . T his ca n be used to r ecord an objec t from di erent angles when p osting pictures to a we b auction.
27 More on P hotography B Intelligent F ace Detection and Red- Ey e Remov al Int elligen t F ace Detection allows the camera t o autom atically det ec t hum an faces and set focus a nd exposure f or a face anywhere in the frame for sho ts that emph asiz e por trait subject s.
28 B Intelligent Face Detection an d Red- Eye Removal 2 Frame the picture. If a face is det ected, it will be indicat e d by a green borde r . If there i s more tha n one face in the frame, the ca mera will select the face closest to the c en ter; othe r faces are indica ted by whit e b orders.
29 More on P hotography B Intelligent Face Detection an d Red- Eye Removal Cautions • If no face is detected when the shut ter -release but ton is pr essed half way (p g. 95) , the c amera will focus on the subjec t at the cen ter of the monit or and red- eye will not be removed .
30 Foc u s L o ck T o compose pho tograph s with o - cen ter subjects: 1 Position the subject in the fo cus frame. 2 Foc us. Pr ess the shutter button halfway to set focus and exposure . Focus and exposur e will r emain lock ed while the shutter button is pr essed half way ( AF / AE lock).
31 Focus Lock More on P hotography Autofoc us Although the camera bo asts a high -precision autofocus s ystem, it may be unable to focus on the subjec ts listed below. If the camera is unable to focus using autofocus, use focus lock (p g. 30) t o focus on another subjec t at the same distance and then recompose the photograp h.
32 5 Exp os ure C omp en sat io n Use exposur e com pensation when phot o graphing v er y bright, v er y dark, or high- c ontrast subjects . 1 Press 5 ( exposure compensation) . The exp osu re ind icat or will be di splay ed. 1000 F4.0 SET 2 Choose a value.
33 More on P hotography 5 Exp os ur e C om pen sat io n Choosing an Exposure C ompensation Value • Backlit subjects : cho ose values from + 2 / 3 EV t o + 1 2 / 3 E V (for an explanation of the term “E V ” , see the Gl ossar y on page 1 04) • Highly re ec tive subject s or very bright scenes ( e.
34 L Macro mode ( Close -ups ) T o selec t macro mode, pr ess the selec t or lef t ( L ). 19 N L icon appears in monitor when c amer a is in macr o mode When macro mode is in e ec t, the camera focuses on su bjec ts near the ce nt er of the monit or .
35 More on P hotography K Using the F lash (In telligent F lash ) When the ash i s used, the camera ’s Intelligent F lash system instan tly analyzes the sc ene based on such factors as the brigh tness of the subject, its p osition i n the frame, and its distanc e from the camera.
36 K Using the Flash (Intellig ent Flash) Red- Eye Re moval If intelligen t face detec tion is selec ted in the shooting menu (pg. 27) while a RED EYE REMOV AL is set to ON in the setup menu (pg. 84), red- eye removal is used for pic tures taken when the ash res.
37 More on P hotography J Using the Self- Timer The cam er a o ers four t ypes of self-timer mode , which en able group portrait s, self-por traits and reduction of camera sha ke. Sett ing the Self - Timer T o change the self -timer mode, pr ess J .
38 J Using the Self- Time r GROUP TIM ER The pic ture i s taken a utom atically when a ll members get together . Set the self-time r mode to y GROUP TIM ER . Press E . Eac h time E is pr essed, the set ting for S NUMBERS ch anges. Av ailable setting for Group timer is 1 t o 4 persons.
39 More on P hotography J Using the Self- Time r The self-timer la mp on the front of the camera will bl ink im mediat ely before the picture is tak en. If the t wo-second timer is selected, the self-time r lamp wil l blink as the timer coun ts dow n.
40 More on P layback Single - F rame Pla yback T o view the most recen t pic ture i n the monitor , press the D button. 12 / 31 / 2050 12 / 31 / 2050 1/250 1/250 F4.
41 Single-Frame Playback More on P layback Press T to zoom in on i mages displayed in single -f rame playba ck ; press W t o zoom out. Press W to zo o m ou t Press T to z oom in Zo o m i n d ic at o r When the pic tur e is zoomed in, the selec tor ca n be used to view ar eas of the image not cu rren tly visi ble in the display .
42 Multi- F rame P la y back T o change the nu mber of images displayed, press W when a picture is shown full-frame in the monitor . Pr ess the W button to i ncre ase the number of pictures dis played to two, nine, or a hundred. Press T to reduc e the number of images dis played.
43 More on P layback M Deleting Pictures The ERASE option in the pl ayback menu ca n be used to delete stil l pic tur es and movies, incr easi ng the amoun t of space a vaila ble on the memor y card or in i nt ernal memory (for in forma tion on deleting pictures in sing le- frame playback, see page 2 1 ).
44 M Delet in g P ict ure s ■ FR AM E : Dele ting Sele cted Im ages Selecting FR AM E displa ys the dialog shown at r ight. ERASE OK? SET CANCEL Pr ess the selec tor left or right to scr oll through pictures and press MENU /OK to delet e the curren t picture (the picture is delet ed immediat ely; be careful no t delete the wr ong picture) .
Movies 45 A Recording Movies The A button can be used to shoot s hor t movies in al l shooting modes exc ept N . Sound i s recor ded via the built - in micr ophone; do not c ov er the microphone d uring rec ordi ng. 1 F rame the scene u sing the z oom but t ons.
46 A Recording Movies Notes • See b elow for information on recording movies in R mode. • Focus is set when recording begins; exposure and white balance are adjusted automatically throughout recor ding. The color and brightness of the image may var y from that displayed b efore recording be gins.
47 Movies A Recording Movies T ip: Prev iewi ng the M ost Rec ent Cl ip When a clip is completed, the rst fr ame appears in the monitor . T o preview the clip, press the selec tor up.
48 D Viewing Mo vies During pla yback (pg. 40), movies ar e displa yed in the monit or as shown a t right. Th e followin g op erations can be per formed while a movie is d ispla yed: PLAY PLAY PLAY 10.
Con nec t io ns 49 Viewing P ictures on T V Connect the camera to a T V and tune the t elevision t o the vide o chan nel to sho w pic tur es and slide shows (pg.
50 Prin ting Pictures via USB If the print er su ppor ts Pic tBridge , the camera can be con nec ted dir ec tly to a pri nt er and pictures can be print ed without rst being copied to a c omput er . Note tha t depending on the print er , not all the functions described below may be supported.
51 Printing Pictures via USB Con nec t io ns T ip: Pri nti ng the D ate of Rec ord ing T o print the date of recor ding on pic tures, press DISP /BACK in steps 1 – 2 to display the PictBridge menu (see “Printing the DPOF Print Order ,” below) .
52 Printing Pictures via USB During Printing The mess age shown at right is displa yed during printing. P ress DISP /BACK to cancel before all pic tures are print ed (depending on the printer , printing may end before the current picture has printed).
53 Printing Pictures via USB Con nec t io ns The r PRINT OR DER (DPOF) option in the playback me nu can be used t o crea te a d igital “pri nt orde r” for PictBridge -compati ble print ers (pg.
54 Printing Pictures via USB 3 Repea t steps 1 – 2 t o complet e the print or der . Press MENU /OK to sav e the print or der when settings are c omplete , or DISP / BACK t o exit without chang ing the print or der . 4 The tota l number of pri nts is dis played in the monit or.
55 Con nec t io ns Viewing P ictures on a Computer The supplied sof tware can be used to c opy pictures t o a comput er , where they can be stor ed, viewed, orga nized, and pri nt ed. Before proc eeding, install the sof tware as described below. Do NO T connect the camer a to t he computer un til inst allation is c omplete .
56 Viewing Pic tures on a Computer 2 S tar t the comput er . Log in to a n acc ount with ad mini strator privileges before pr oceeding. 3 Exit any applica tions tha t may be run ning and in ser t the instal ler CD in a CD- ROM drive . Win dows 7 / Wind ows Vi sta If an AutoPlay dialog is displayed, click SETUP .
57 Viewing Pic tures on a Computer Con nec t io ns Macintosh: Installing FinePixViewer 1 Con r m that the computer me ets the followin g sy stem requirements: CPU CPU PowerPC or Intel OS OS Pre- inst alled versi ons of Mac OS X ver sion 10.3.9–1 0.
58 Viewing Pic tures on a Computer 4 Remov e the installer C D from the CD- ROM drive. No te tha t you ma y be unable t o remov e the CD if Safari is runn ing; if nec essar y , quit Safari before re moving the CD . Stor e the installer C D in a dry location out of dir ec t sun ligh t in case you need to r e-install the sof t ware .
59 Viewing Pic tures on a Computer Con nec t io ns 1 If the pictures you wis h to c opy ar e stored on a memor y card , insert the card in to the camera (pg. 9) . If no card is i nserted, pic tur es will be copied from i nt ernal me mor y . Note Windows user s may require the Windows CD when star ting the sof t ware for the rst time.
60 Viewing Pic tures on a Computer Cautions • If a memor y card containing a large number of images is inser ted, there may be a delay before the sof t ware st ar ts and you may be unab le to impor t or sav e im age s. Use a memor y card reader to transfer pictures.
Menus 61 The Shooting Menu The shooting menu i s used to adj ust set ting s for a wide range of shooting c onditions. Using the Shooti ng Menu 1 Press MENU/OK to d ispla y the shooting menu.
62 The Shoot ing Menu Shooting Menu O ptions Men u ite m Menu item Des cr ip tio n Description Op tio ns Options De fau lt Default A SHOOTING MODE Choos e a shootin g mod e according to the t ype o f subjec t (p g. 22) . G / k / P / A / B / C / V / K / L / D / U / E / F / G / I / O / P / N / R G n ISO Adjust ISO s ensitiv it y (pg .
63 The Shoot ing Menu Menus n ISO Con trol the came ra’ s sens itivit y to l ight with P . Higher val ues can be used to r educe bl ur when ligh ting is poor; note , howeve r , that mottling may a ppear in pictures take n at high se nsitivities.
64 The Shoot ing Menu Aspect Rat io Pictures taken at an image size set ting of r 3 : 2 have an aspec t ratio of 3 : 2, the same as a f rame of 35-mm lm . Pictures taken at an image size set ting of g 16: 9 or m 16: 9 have an aspec t ratio of 16:9 .
65 The Shoot ing Menu Menus C WHITE BALANCE For na tural colors, c hoose a set ting tha t mat ches the ligh t sourc e ( for an explana tion of “whit e balanc e, ” se e the Glossary on page 1 04) . Opt ion Option Di spl ayed in Displaye d in AUT O White balance adjusted automatically .
66 The Shoot ing Menu F AF MOD E In shooting mode P or A , this option c o ntr ols how the camera focuses when Int elligen t F ace Detec tion is o (pg. 27) . Re gar dless of the option selec t ed, the camera will focus on the subject in the cen ter of the mon itor when m acro mode is on (pg.
67 Menus The Pla yback Menu The playback menu i s used t o manage the pictures in i nt ernal memory or on the memor y card. g Using the Playback Menu 1 Press D to en ter pl ayback mode (pg.
68 The Playbac k Menu Op tio n Option Des cr ip tio n Description R CROP Create cropp ed copie s of pic ture s (pg. 7 6) . j RESIZE Redu ce the size of imag es (pg . 77). N IMAGE ROT ATE Rotate pic ture s (pg. 78). P COPY Copy pi ct ures bet ween internal memory and a memory card (pg.
69 The Playbac k Menu Menus 3 Press MENU/OK to begin searching. The results of the sea rch a re displayed. Se arc hi ng fo r imag es Images found when using the image search featur e can be deleted (pg. 43 ), prot ec ted (pg. 7 5) , or viewe d in a slide show (pg.
70 The Playbac k Menu 5 Press MENU/OK to open the setting screen. The screen ty pe varies, depending on the selected menu. 6 Cha nge the set ting. This step i s unnec essar y in some menus. 7 Press MENU/OK to pr ocess the image. Th e original ima ge remains unaltered.
71 The Playbac k Menu Menus ■ List of Processing menu options men u menu Func t ion s Fun c ti on s Se tt ing s Settings Fac tor y de fa ult Fac tor y de fa ult CROP The ima ge is trimm ed so that o nly the d esired area of th e image is view able. —— Q ASPE CT RA TIO* Crops an ima ge to change the asp ec t ratio.
72 The Playbac k Menu e MOVIE EDIT Y ou can proces s movies for posting t o a blog, usi ng the same procedur e used for proc essing still images (pg. 6 9) . ■ List of Processing menu options Men u Menu Func t ion s Fun c ti on s SEPIA C onver ts th e movie to sepia .
73 The Playbac k Menu Menus ■ Canceling Upload Selections Y ou can cancel stil l images and movies th at wer e selec ted t o be uploaded. Begin by selec ting b MARK FOR U PL OAD T O . 1 Press MENU/OK . 2 Dis play a still i mage or movie tha t was selected to be uploaded.
74 The Playbac k Menu q SLIDE SHO W View pic tures in an a utoma ted slide s how . Af ter choosin g the b ackground music, ch oose the t ype of show and press MENU /OK to start.
75 The Playbac k Menu Menus 2 Press MENU/OK . T he message shown below at lef t will be di splay ed while the camera ana lyses the image; if red- eye is det ec ted, the mes sage shown below at righ t will be dis played whi le the camera proc esses the image t o cre ate a c opy with reduc ed red- eye.
76 The Playbac k Menu ■ SET ALL Press MENU/OK to pr ot ec t all pic tur es, or press DISP / BACK to exit without cha nging picture status. YES CANCEL SET ALL OK? IT MA Y T AKE A WHILE ■ RESE T ALL Press MENU/OK to r emov e prot ection f rom al l pic tures, or press DISP /BACK to exit without chang ing picture sta tu s.
77 The Playbac k Menu Menus 2 Press MENU/OK . A con rmation dialog will b e displayed. Copy s ize is s hown at the top ; if the size i s p , OK is di spla yed in yello w . Larger crops pr oduce lar ger copies ; all c opies hav e an aspec t ratio of 4 : 3.
78 The Playbac k Menu N IMA GE ROT A TE By default, pictures taken i n tall orien tation ar e dis played in wide orien tation. Use th is option t o displa y pictures in the corr ec t orienta tion in the monit or . It has no e ec t on pic tures d ispla yed on a com puter or ot her device .
79 The Playbac k Menu Menus P CO PY Copy pictures between int ernal me mor y and a memor y car d. 1 Pr ess the selec tor u p or down to highlight d INTERNA L MEMORY g x CARD ( copy pictures from in tern al memor y to the memor y card) or x CA RD g d INTERNAL MEMORY ( copy pictures from a memor y car d to in te rnal memory) .
80 The Playbac k Menu Q VO IC E M EM O T o add a voice me mo to a still picture, select Q VO I CE MEMO af ter d ispla ying the picture in pla yback mode. Note Voic e memos can not be added to movies or prot ec ted pic tures. Remove prot ec tion from pic tures before recording voice memos (pg.
81 The Playbac k Menu Menus Play ing Voic e Memo s When a pic ture that has a voice memo r ecorded for it (as indicated by the h icon displayed during playback) is sele cted, you c an play the voice memo by selec ting PLAY , then pressing MENU/OK . 15s STOP PAUSE Prog ress b ar Progr ess is s hown in the monitor .
82 The Playbac k Menu P TRAN SITIO N Choose the transition bet ween images d uring playbac k. 3 /3 PLA YBACK MENU TRAN PRIN MOVI SET OFF W PE SLIDE IN FADE IN c MOVIE TRIMMING T o crea te a shorter c opy of the movie curr ently di spla yed in pla yback mode, select c MOVIE TRIMMING fro m the playback me nu.
83 Menus The Setup Menu Using the Setup Menu 1 Display the setup menu. 1.1 Pres s MENU/OK t o dis play the menu for the cu rren t mode. 1. 2 Highl ight the left tab. 1. 3 Selec t 4 . CONT. 2 /4 SET UP IMAGE DISP. SHUTTER VOLUME ILLUM NATION OPERATION VOL.
84 The Setup Menu Setup Menu O ptions Men u ite m Menu item Des cr ip tio n Description Op tio ns Options De fau lt Default P P 1 e DATE/ T IME Set th e camer a clock (p g. 1 4) . — — p TIME DIFF ERENCE Set the cl ock to loc al time (p g. 86). k / j k n Choos e a language (p g.
85 The Setup Menu Menus Men u ite m Menu item Des cr ip tio n Description Op tio ns Options De fau lt Default P P 4 c DIGIT AL ZOOM Enable or dis able digi tal zoo m (pg. 9 0). ON / OFF OF F R SAVE ORG I MAGE Choos e whether to s ave unprocessed cop ies of pic tures t aken using red - eye removal.
86 The Setup Menu p TIME D IFFE RE NCE When travel ling, use thi s option t o switch the ca mera clock instantly fr om your home time z one to the local time at you r destination. 1 Specif y the di erence betwee n local time and your home time zone.
87 The Setup Menu Menus m FOR MA T Forma t in tern al memory or a memor y card. If a me mor y card i s inse r ted in the ca mera, x will be dis played in the dialog sho wn at righ t and this op tion will form at the memory card. If no memor y car d is in ser ted, d wi ll be displ ayed and thi s option will f ormat in te rnal memory.
88 The Setup Menu b FRA ME NO. New pictures are stor ed in image les named using a f our -digit le number as signed by adding one t o the last le number used. The le number i s dis play ed during pla yback as s hown at righ t. FRAME NO.
89 The Setup Menu Menus j SOUN D Choose the sounds u sed for the shutter , at star t up, a nd for camera c ontr ols. Pres s the selec tor up or down t o highl ight an op tion and press lef t or right t o selec t a sound. Pr ess MENU/ OK to select. f PL A YBACK VOLUME Adju st the volume for mo vie and voic e memo pla yback and slide s how mus ic.
90 The Setup Menu c DIG IT AL ZOOM If ON is selected, press ing T at the m aximum optical zoom position wi ll trigger dig ital zoom, fur ther mag nif ying the image . T o cancel di gital zoom, z oom out to the min imum dig ital zoom position and pres s W .
Te c h n i c a l N o t e s 91 Option al A ccess ori es The camera support s a wide range of acc essories from F U JIFI LM and other ma nufac ture rs. DIGIT AL CAMERA FINEPIX Z70 series ■ Prin ti ng .
92 Optional Acc ess ories j Accessories from F uji lm The following option al acc essories wer e avai lable from F U JIFILM. Check with your local F uji lm repr esenta tive for in format ion on the acc essories ava ilable in y our region.
T roubles hooting 93 Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g Power an d Bat ter y Pro bl em Problem Poss ib le c aus e Poss ib le c aus e So lut ion Solution Pag e Page Powe r supp ly The c amera does not turn on. The b at tery is e xhauste d. Charge the b atter y or ins er t a fully -charg ed spare bat ter y .
94 Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g Pro bl em Problem Poss ib e c au se Poss ib le c aus e So ut io n Solution Pag e Page Battery charger Charging does not start. The b atter y is n ot correc tly inser te d. Re -inser t th e bat ter y in the charger. 4 The b at tery is n ot in the corre ct o rientatio n.
95 Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g T roubles hooting Pro bl em Problem Poss ib le c au se Poss ib le c aus e So lut ion Solution Pag e Page Close -ups Macro mode is not available. The c amera is in a sh ootin g mode w hich makes macro (close -up) mod e unavailable.
96 Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g Pro bl em Problem Poss ib le c au se Poss ib le c aus e So lut ion Solution Pag e Page N mode Ca n not take pictures. T he bat ter y is low. Charge the b atter y or ins er t a fully -charg ed spare bat ter y . 4, 6 Movies Can not record movies.
97 Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g T roubles hooting Playbac k Pro bl em Problem Poss ib le c au se Poss ib le c aus e So lut ion Solution Pag e Page Pic tu res Pic tures are grainy . The p ic tures were taken wi th a di erent make or model of came ra.
98 Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g Connections Pro bl em Problem Poss ib le c au se Poss ib le c aus e So lut ion Solution Pag e Page TV Noth ing displayed on camera monitor . Camera is connec ted to T V . Nothing is displayed on the camera monitor while the camera is c onnec ted to a T V .
99 Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g Miscellaneous Pro bl em Problem Poss b le c au se Poss ib le c aus e So lut ion Solution Pag e Page Nothing happ ens when the shut ter bu tton is pressed. T emporar y c amera malf unc tion. Remove and reins er t the bat ter y .
10 0 W arning Messages and Displa ys The following warn ings a re di splay ed in the monit or: Warn in g War ni ng Des cr ip tio n Description So lut ion Solution O (re d ) Lo w b a t te r y. Charge the bat ter y or inser t a full y- charged sp are battery .
101 Warning Messages and D isplays T roubles hooting Warn in g War ni ng Des cr ip tio n Description So lut ion Solution CAR D E RR OR Th e memor y c ard is not for matte d for use in the cam era. Format t he memo r y card (p g. 87). The m emor y card contac t s require cleaning or the memory card i s damaged.
102 Warning Messages and D isplays Warn in g War ni ng Des cr ip tio n Description So lut ion Solution READ ERROR The l e is corrupt or w as not created wi th the cam era. The le c an not be p layed b ack. The m emor y card contac t s require cleaning.
103 Warning Messages and D isplays T roubles hooting Warn in g War ni ng Des cr ip tio n Description So lut ion Solution N CA N NOT EX ECUT E T he shut ter but ton w as presse d in N mode when the b atter y wa s low. Charge the b atter y or ins er t a fully -charg ed spare battery .
Appendix 10 4 Glos sary Digital zoom : Unlike optical zoom, digital zoom do es not incre ase the amount of visible detail. Instead, details visible using optical zoom are simply enlarged, producing a slightly “ grainy” image.
105 Appendix Internal Memory /Memory Card Capacity The fo llowing table show s the recording time or number of pic tures available at di erent image qualities. All gures are appro ximate; le size varies with the scene re corded, producing wide variations in the number of les that can be s tor ed.
10 6 Spec i cations Sys te m Model FinePix Z 70 series digital c amera E ec tive pixels 12 . 0 m i l l i o n CCD ½ .33 -in., square -p ixel CCD with primar y colo r lter Stor age m edi a • Internal memor y ( appro x.
107 Appendix Speci cations Sys te m Shu tt er s pee d 4 s– 1 / 2,00 0 s; combin ed me chanical and ele c tronic shut ter Continuo us • TOP 3 : Up to 1 fps; ma x.
10 8 Speci cations Power s upp ly/othe r Power s our ces NP- 45 A rechargeable bat tery Bat te r y li fe (NP- 45A) Approx. 16 5 fram es, bas ed on CIP A st andard.
10 9 Appendix Speci cations Notes o n the B att er y and B at ter y Ch arg er • The b atter y and charger may become warm to the touch during charging. This is normal and does not indicate a malfunc tion. If possible, charge the batter y in a well- ventila ted location.
11 0 Caring for the Ca mera T o ensu re c ontin ued enjoyment of the pr oduct, obser ve the following pr ecautions. Storage and Use If the camera will no t be used for an ex te nded period, remov e the batter y and memory card.
111 Appendix Notes and Cautions IMPOR T ANT SAFET Y INS TRUC TIONS • Rea d In str uc t ion s: Al l the s afet y and operating instructions should be rea d befo re the ap plian ce is operated. • Ret ai n In str uc t ion s: T he sa fet y and operating in structions should be retain ed for f uture re ference.
112 Note s and Cauti ons Power Line s: An out sid e antenna sy stem sh oul d not be l oc ated in t he vicinity of ov erhead power lines or othe r ele ct ric l ight or p ower c ircui ts, or wh ere it c an fal l into such p ower lines or circuits.
113 Appendix Note s and Cauti ons Be sur e to read t his no tes bef ore us ing Safet y Not es • Make sure t hat you us e your c amer a corr ec tly. Read t hes e Safe ty N otes and yo ur Ow ner ’s Manual c aref ully b efore us e. • Af ter read ing th ese S afet y No tes, s tore the m in a sa fe pla ce.
114 Note s and Cauti ons WARNING WAR NI NG Do no t he at, c ha nge o r ta ke ap ar t th e bat te ry. D o not d ro p or s ubj ec t th e bat te ry t o im pac t s. Do n ot st or e the b at ter y w ith m et all ic p ro duc t s. Do n ot us e ch ar ger s ot he r th an th e sp eci f ied m od el to c ha rge t he b at ter y.
115 Appendix Note s and Cauti ons Powe r Su pp ly a nd Ba tt er y * Conf irm you r bat ter y ty pe b efore re ading the fo llow ing de scri ption s. Th e foll owin g exp lains p rop er use of ba tte ries a nd ho w to prol ong the ir life.
11 6 Note s and Cauti ons • Do no t use bat ter ies t hat are leaking, deform ed, discolored. • Do no t store b at terie s in war m or humi d place s. • Keep t he bat ter ies ou t of reac h of babies and small children. • Make sure t hat the b atte r y pola rit y ( E and F ) is correc t .
117 Appendix Note s and Cauti ons • Do no t take ap ar t the AC p ower ada pter. Doin g so cou ld be dangerous. • Do no t use th e AC power a dapte r in a hot a nd humi d place. • Do no t subje ct t he AC pow er adap ter to st rong sh ock s . • Th e AC power a dapte r may emit a humming.
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