Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product 3100IXZ MRC FujiFilm
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CERTIFIED PHOTOFINISHING SERVICE ● Have your film processed by a Photo Finisher which displays the above sign. ● Different Photo Finishers may provide different services.
CONTENTS FEA TURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 P AR T NAMES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 1. PRELIMINAR Y STEPS A TT A CHING THE STRAP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 LO ADING THE BA TTER Y .
3 P AR T NAMES q y u i o !0 w e t r !1 !7 !8 !9 @0 @1 @2 @3 !2 !3 !4 !5 !6 q Shutter Release Button w AE Light Sensor e Vie wfinder Window r Film Car tridge Compar tment Co v er Release Knob t Strap L.
4 @4 @5 @6 @7 #3 #2 #1 #0 @8 @9 Liquid crystal display Liquid Crystal Display The diagr am shows all cr ystal displa ys in the “on” state. @4 Red-e ye Reduction Flash Mode @5 Fill-in Flash Mode/Fl.
5 1. PRELIMINAR Y STEPS P ass the smaller loop end of the strap through the camera’ s strap lug. Ne xt, pass the longer loop end of the strap through the smaller loop , and pull the longer loop end.
6 Open the batter y cov er in the arro w direction as shown in the figure . Inser t the batteries straight as sho wn in the indications so that the y are not at a slant, then close the batter y cov er . ✻ After changing the batter y , be sure to set the date again.
7 Chec k the batter y capacity sign on the Liquid Cr ystal Displa y . q on: Batter y capacity is OK. w o n : Battery capacity is insufficient; provide a ne w batter y . e b link: Shutter release will not trip because the batter y has no charge; change the batter y .
8 When the pow er is tur ned on, the lens cov er opens , the lens unit e xtends to ward the front and the flash unit pops up , setting the camer a in a condition where it is ready to tak e pictures. ✻ Do not restrict the motion of the lens cov er with y our fingers when you turn the power on.
9 Press the D A TE button to select the ne xt n umber b linking in the order Y ear → Month → Da y → Hour → Minute . Press the r b utton q to correct the numer als blinking in the liquid crystal display .
10 With the Adv anced Photo System The date (y ear/month/da y , hour/minute) can be printed on the front and back of the print. F rontpr inting, which can be seen when inser ted in an alb um, and bac kpr inting, which is con v enient f or cataloging. Either can be used depending on the pur pose.
11 The date mode will alter nate as shown in the diagr am whene v er the D A TE Button is pressed. ✻ The date mode will be displa yed in the [Y ear , Month, Da y] sequence when the date is realigned e ven when a date mode other than [Y ear , Month, Da y] has been selected.
12 Mak e sure that the film car tridge mar k H is not displa yed in area A of the Liquid Cr ystal Displa y . ✻ If H and “ B ” are lit on the Liquid Cr ystal Display , y our camera contains a film car tr idge already e xposed. Remov e the film car tridge, f ollowing the instructions on page 23.
Color Negativ e P ositive Blac k and White Other No displa y mn o 13 Drop the car tridge q into place and then close the car tridge cov er w . ✻ Inser t the batter y bef ore inser ting the film car tridge. When the film car tr idge compar tment co v er is closed, the film adv ances automatically to the first frame .
14 When the first frame of the film is set, the usab le number of fr ames (specified number of e xposures in the film) is displa yed in the e xposure counter . ✻ The number indicated in the e xposure counter decreases b y one each time a picture is taken.
15 The vie w through the finder will change to the style of photogr aphs shown when the print f or mat s witch is operated. The angle of the e xposure will not change. A : C Print (2 : 3) B : H Print (9 : 16) C : P Print (1 : 3) ✻ Figures in ( ) represent the aspect ratio .
16 ● Near -distance exposure The area visib le in the par t sho wn will be pr inted when an e xposure closer than approximately 1.5m is tak en. As the area visib le through the finder and the area a.
Ev en when any one of the C/H/P pr int format has been selected, the size of the photog raph on the film remains the same (appro x. 17 x 30mm). Pr int f or mat selection will record the print format f or each frame and the e xposure will be pr inted within the r anges shown in the abo ve illustr ations.
18 Ensure that fingers or the camera str ap are not obscuring the lens of flash assembly . Press the zoom le ver T mark until the required le v el of zoom has been acquired when the subject is to be magnified. Press the W mar k to obtain the wide- angle zoom.
19 Aim at the subject so that it fills the whole AF frame . ( A : AF (A utof ocus) frame) When the shutter release b utton is pressed halfwa y and the AF lamp (green) tur ns on, f ocusing is complete. ✻ While the shutter release b utton is pressed halfwa y , the film speed and T ype of film is indicated in the Liquid Cr ystal Displa y .
Film speed Wide angle (23mm) T elephoto (70mm) ISO 100 0.6 ~ 3.2 0.6 ~ 1.9 ISO 200 0.6 ~ 4.5 0.6 ~ 2.7 ISO 400 0.6 ~ 6.3 0.6 ~ 3.8 20 Fig. 29 When the shutter trips, the flash fires and the film adv ances to the ne xt frame. ✻ F or br ight remote scenes, the flash does not fire .
21 ● In the f ollowing cases, the camer a ma y not be ab le to f ocus on the subject. Such subjects must be shot using the “AF-loc k” or “Landscape Mode”. (re f er to pages 2 1 and 33 ) q A bright light source such as the sun is near the subject or there is reflected light (from the windscreen of a v ehicle, w av es, etc.
22 Mov e the camera slightly so that the subject is inside the AF frame . Press the shutter release button halfw ay do wn and confir m that the AF lamp lights without moving the camera. (F ocus is lock ed on your subject in this condition.) Fig. 31 Fig.
23 While holding the shutter release b utton halfwa y down to k eep the A uto-Focus loc k on, mov e the camera bac k to the or iginal position to recompose y our picture, then press the shutter release b utton all the wa y down. ✻ The A uto-Focus loc k operation can be repeated any n umber of times bef ore the shutter tr ips.
24 When the e xposure counter shows “ B ” and the motor stops, mo v e the film car tridge compar tment cov er release knob as indicated in q , in the direction indicated in w , and open the film car tridge compar tment co v er .
25 Press the Mid-Roll Change Button to re wind the film when the car tridge is to be ejected in the middle of the roll. Do not remov e the car tridge until “ B ” is displa yed in the e xposure counter and the rewind motor has ceased to operate . ✻ When re winding a roll of film which is only par tially e xposed.
26 Press in the Mid-Roll Change Button. The film counter will displa y as it subtracts from the number of frames . When re winding is completed, “ B ” will be displa yed b y the film counter .
27 Remov e the car tridge and sign sure the sign j appears white. ( A : Film car tridge with une xposed frames) Load a ne w film car tridge (with a white i car tr idge status mark). The film will be advanced to the first frame , and number of e xposures specified on the film car tridge will appear in the LCD .
28 When a car tridge that was remo v ed in mid-roll j is re-loaded, the film will automatically be adv anced to the first une xposed frame. After that, oper ation is as bef ore. ✻ Ev en if y ou f orget how man y frames were e xposed on a car tridge that was remo v ed in mid-roll, just re-load the car tridge.
✻ A car tridge remov ed in mid-roll k from a camera which does not ha v e the Mid-Roll Change function cannot be used e v en if loaded into this camera. ✻ If a car tridge is remov ed in mid-roll j and sent to the processor , all frames on the entire roll will be de veloped.
30 No displa y : Multi program flash mode Used during nor mal e xposures The amount of flash released will be automatically adjusted in accordance with the brightness, distance and magnification of the subject. ✻ The flash lamp does not fire f or br ight long- distance scenes.
31 b : Red-ey e reduction flash mode Reduces red-e ye The flash lamp will fire briefly five times (pre-flash), then fire the sixth time f or taking your picture . ✻ The AF lamp sign in the vie wfinder ey epiece sta ys on from pre-flash to e xposure.
32 c : Fill-in flash mode T akes flash e xposures ev en in br ight locations . d : Flash Off mode The flash lamp will not flash. ✻ When taking a picture in dim light in the Fill-in flash mode, a tripod should be used to av oid camera shak e. Fig. 47 Fig.
33 Fig. 49 Fig. 50 e : Landscape mode Set the f ocus in the distance. The flash will not operate . ✻ This f eature will be canceled after e very exposure . ✻ When taking pictures in dim light in the landscape mode, a tripod should be used to a v oid camera shak e.
34 ✻ This f eature will be canceled after e very exposure . ✻ As a slow shutter speed is used with the night por tr ait mode, ensure that a tripod is used to pre vent camer a-shak e. It is also impor tant that the subject remains motionless dur ing the e xposure.
35 Press the r b utton to show on the Liquid Cr ystal Displa y the self-timer symbol r and the number of shots y ou selected. Press it as many times as y ou want to shoot with the self-timer (up to three shots). ✻ is the remote control mode. Ref er to Fig.
36 The self-timer lamp will begin to b link appro ximately se ven seconds after being illuminated, and the shutter will be released appro ximately three seconds after that. Subsequent self-timer e xposures will be taken at inter vals of betw een three to six seconds when two or three consecutiv e self-timer e xposures hav e been set.
37 The remote controller is an optional accessor y Remov e the remote controller from its holder by sliding it in the direction of the arrow . ✻ T o replace the remote controller in the holder , slide the remote controller in the direction opposite to the arrow until it clic ks into position.
38 Aim the AF F rame at your subject and compose y our picture. Direct the transmit end of the remote controller tow ard the camera and press the Shutter Release Button. The self-timer (remote controller) lamp b links and the shutter tr ips in about two seconds .
39 The cov erage of the remote controller is up to about 5 m when used directly in front of the camera, and up to about 3.5 m when used at a v er tical or horizontal angle of 20°. ✻ The remote controller mode is not cancelled after shooting. It is automatically cancelled when the pow er is tur ned off .
40 Fig. 60 A word on m ulti program flash A ne w function which allows the camer a judging the photogr aphing conditions and automatically adjusting the quantity of light emitted b y the flash according to three diff erent data (the brightness of the subject, the distance, and the f ocal length of the lens).
41 ● P or trait photograph y at high brightness When a person is photogr aphed in bright daylight, his (her) f ace is likely to be spotted with the shades of hair and nose . Ev en in such a case, the m ulti progr am flash automatically fires to reduce the shades.
42 z Y our camera is a precision instrument which requires careful handling. Do not e xpose it to shock, liquid, or drop it on the floor . q If y ou use the camera at the seaside or in light rain, be careful not to get it wet. Also be careful not to put the camer a in places where it will be easily e xposed to sand-.
Err or P ossible Causes Remedies P age 43 Exposure counter shows “ B ”, “ H ” though film car tr idge has been loaded and film car tr idge compar tment cov er has been closed. The shutter release won’t trip . The film car tr idge cov er cannot be opened.
Err or P ossible Causes Remedies P age 44 Picture is not shar p . Picture is dark. Printed date/time is incorrect. The date is not pr inted on the front. 21 42 17 30 17 20 8 q Did y ou aim the subject properly? w Is the lens dir ty? e Is the camera shaking? r Y ou selected e mode when shooting at a close distance.
45 SPECIFICA TIONS ● Film IX240 Car tridge film ● Picture Size 16.7 mm x 30.2 mm ● Print Format C/H/P s witchable ● Lens Super EBC Fujinon Zoom Lens, 7 components, 7 elements , f=23 mm ~ 70 mm 1:4.8 ~ 9.5 ● Viewfinder Super EBC zoom finder , 0.
46 ● Flash Multi progr am flash lamp , 1 ~ 5.5 seconds recycle time, Multi prog ram flash lamp , red-ey e reduction flash mode, Da ylight flash mode, Fill- in flash mode, night por trait (Slo w Sync.
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