Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product FinePix J10 Fujifilm
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OWNER’S MANUAL This manual will show y ou how to use your FUJIFILM DIG ITAL CAMERA FinePix J10 / FinePix J1 2 correctly. Please follow the instru ctions carefully.
2 Warning To preven t fire or shock h azard, do not expo se the unit to rain or moi sture . For customers in the U.S.A. Tested T o Comply With F CC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE FCC Stateme nt This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
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6 Contents Warni ng ........ ..... ...... ...... ..... ......... ..... ...... ..... ......... . 2 IMPO RTAN T ........ ......... ..... ...... ..... ......... ..... ...... .... 3 EC De clar ation o f Con form ity ........ ...... ...... ..... ....... 4 Disposal of Electric and Elec tronic Equ ipment in Priva te Hou sehol ds .
7 Protec ting the image s ([ PROTECT]) ...... 66 Copy ing t he ima ges ([ COPY] ) ........... ..... 67 Rota ting th e imag es ([ IMAGE ROTA TE]) ..... ..... ...... ..... ........ 7 0 Trim ming t he im ages ([ T RIMMIN G]) ...... 71 Adva nced Fe atures — M ovie r Reco rding Movi es .
8 About th is Manua l Z About mark s CAUTIO N This mark denotes issues that may affect the camera’s operation. CHECK This mark denotes points to notice in the camera’s operation. MEMO This mark denotes additional topics that complement the basic operating proce dures.
9 Acce ssories Includ ed Make sur e that all th e belo w acce ssor ies a re in cluded . Note that a ccess ories may va ry dep ending on model . • Recha rgea ble Ba ttery NP-4 5 (1) •S t r a p ( 1 .
10 Camer a Parts and Featu res • Refer to the pages in parent heses for inform ation on using t he cam era pa rts or feat ures. A Shutter button B Self-timer lamp (p.51) C Lens (Lens cover) D Microphone E ON/OFF button F Flash (p.48) G Indicator lamp (p.
11 Example of LCD Monito r Text Displ ay Z Shootin g mode Z Pl ayback m ode FinePix J10 / FinePix J12 has internal memory that can store images without Memory Card. Y appears on the LCD monitor when the internal memory is active. A ( Self-timer (p.50) B e Macro (close-up) (p.
12 Char ging t he B atter y The batte ry is not f ully cha rged at shi pment a nd must be fully charge d before bein g used. Z Comp atible ba ttery Rechargea ble Batte ry NP-45 (1) CAUTIO N • The battery is not fully charged at shipment and must be fully charged before being used.
13 Getting Ready 2 Plug the batt ery charger into a power outlet. The charg ing in dicator li ghts oran ge and charging begins. When charg ing is com pleted, th e indicato r turn s off.
14 Load ing the B attery 1 Open the battery cover. CHECK Check that the camera is turned off before opening the battery cover. CAUTIO N • Do not open the battery cover while the camera is on. This could damage the Memory Card or ruin the image files on the Memory Card.
15 Getting Ready CAUTIO N • Load the battery in the correct direc tion. • If the battery is loaded with the arro w pointing toward opposite direction from the camera, or th e indicators are not aligned, it may become jammed and damaged. Use the battery carefully to avoid overheating, igniting or exploding.
16 Load ing the Me mory Card Although you can store pi ctures i n the c amera’ s intern al memory, you can stor e many more images on the Memory C ard (so ld separ ately). You can u se the xD- Pictur e Card and th e SD Mem ory Card with the F inePix J10 / Fine Pix J12.
17 Getting Ready CAUTIO N Be sure to unlock the protection of the SD Memory Card before inserting it. If it is locked, recording/deleting images, as well as formatting are not available. To unlock the protection, slide the switch back, and the SD Memory Card will work normally.
18 Load ing the Memory Card CAUTIO N • When storing Memory Cards, make sure th at they are kept out of the reach of children. A Memory Card could be swallowed and ca use suffocation. If a child swallows a Memory Card, seek medical attention or call emergency number right away.
19 Getting Ready Turn ing On and O ff Turning the camera on in Shooting mode Press ON/O FF down fully to turn the cam era on. Press ON/O FF again to turn the came ra off. MEMO Chan ges bet ween S ho oting m ode and Pla yback mode Press w during shooting to change to Playback mode.
20 Tur ning On and O ff Setting the language, date , and time When usin g the camera for the firs t time after purchasing, the lan guage, da te, and time a re clear ed. Set the langua ge, date, and tim e. 1 [ ] screen appears when turning the camera on.
21 Getting Ready 3 Change the date format. Date format ex. December 1, 2008 [YY.MM.DD]: [2008.12.1] [MM/DD/YY]: [12/1/2008] [DD.MM.YY]: [1.12.2008] MEMO [START MENU] screen also appears when the batteries have been removed and the camera has been left for a long period.
22 Tur ning On and O ff Checking the ba ttery charg e Turn the cam era on and check the batt ery level indicator on the LC D mo nitor. A T here i s ampl e batt ery cha rge. ( Lit wh ite) B The battery is almost h alf char ged. ( Lit white) C There is insuffic ient charge left in th e battery.
23 Getting Ready Corr ecting th e Date an d Time 1 Open the [SET- UP] menu. 2 Display the [ DATE/TIME ] screen. A P ress MENU/OK to open the me nu. B Pre ss n or o to select [ S ET-UP]. C Pre ss q . N N SHOOTING MENU SHOOTING MENU ISO ISO QU ALITY QU ALITY AU TO A UTO SET -UP SET -UP A Press p or q to se lect .
24 Select ing th e Langu age 1 Open the [SET- UP] menu. 2 Display the [ ] screen. A P ress MENU/OK to open the me nu. B Pre ss n or o to select [ SET-UP]. C Pre ss q . N N SHOOTING MENU SHOOTING MENU AU TO A UTO SET -UP SET -UP ISO ISO QU ALITY QU ALITY A Press p or q to se lect .
25 Using the Camera Taki ng Pic tures (A UTO M ode ) This section describes th e basic operat ions. 1 Turn the cam era on. Press ON/O FF down fully to turn the cam era on. Holdi ng the c amera correc tly CAU TION • M oving the camera while shooting gives a blurred picture (camera shake).
26 Taking Pictures ( AUTO Mode) 2 Check the composition on the LCD mo nitor. To adjust zoom scale using the Zoom butto n: MEMO •S e l e c t e Macro mode to take close-up shots ( ➝ p.47). • Use digital zoom when you want to sh oot the subject closer ( ➝ p.
27 Using the Camera CAUTIO N When pressing the shutter button halfway, a lens operation sound may be heard. 4 Press the shutter button fully. CAUTIO N When taking a picture using the flash, the image may disappear and go dark briefly due to flash charging.
28 Taking Pictures ( AUTO Mode) Z Indica tor lamp display The indicator lamp ligh ts or blinks when pre ssing the shutter bu tton, e tc. The ind icator lamp shows th e camera status. MEMO Detailed warning messages appear on the LCD monitor ( ➝ p.107-110).
29 Using the Camera Taking pictures with the focus and exposure locked In th e abov e compo siti on, th e subje cts ( two peop le in this case) are not in th e AF fra me. Press ing the sh utter b utton halfway at this point will result in the subje cts being out of focus.
30 Taking Pictures ( AUTO Mode) 3 Continue t o hold the shut ter butt on down halfway. Move the camera back to the original image and press the shutter b utton full y. MEMO • AF/AE lock can be applied repeatedly before the shutter is released. • Use AF/AE lock in all Shooting modes to guarantee excellent results.
31 Using the Camera Adjusting the shot composition Select the LCD monitor display. Press DISP/BACK to cha nge the LCD monitor display. Position the m ain subject at the interse ction of two lines in this fr ame o r align o ne of the hori zontal lines wit h the horizo n.
32 Viewing the Image s Play back your image s to check th em. For im portant photogra phs, alw ays take a test sho t and view the i mage to mak e sure that th e came ra is wor king normal ly. Settin g the camera to Playback mode Press w du ring sh ooti ng to c hange to Play back mode.
33 Using the Camera Single-f rame play back To s elect image s on t he fas t for ward sc reen, hold down p or q for 1 seco nd dur ing playb ack. When releas ing p or q , camer a ret urns t o sin gle- frame playbac k.
34 Viewing the Imag es 2 Display another part of the image. Z Zo om scal es MEMO Pressing DISP/BACK cancels playback zoom. Multi-fra me pla yback Multi-fr ame pl ayback scree n (9 fr ames) ap pears o n the LCD mo nitor. S elect r equired fr ame fr om the 9 f rames.
35 Using the Camera Sorting by date In sorti ng by date mode , you can view a ll images taken o n the same day. A Pre ss n , o , p , or q to move the cursor (color ed frame ) to th e selectin g frame.
36 Erasing t he Images /Movie s Setting the camera to w Playback mode ( ➝ p.32) Use this mod e to era se unnec essary ima ges or movi es to have amp le free space o n the Mem ory C ard or int ernal memory . Your camer a calls images “fram es”. Using the erase button ( / n ) Pressing ( n ) era ses imag es easily.
37 Using the Camera MEMO To erase another frame (file), repeat above steps. When erasing frames (files) is completed, press DISP/ BACK. CAU TION Pressing MENU/OK repeatedly erases consecutive frames (files). Take care not to erase a frame (file) by mistake.
38 Erasi ng the Ima ges/Mo vies MEMO MEMO • W hen using a Memory Card, the image s in the Memory Card are erased. When not using a Memory Card, the images in the internal memory are erased. • S electing [BACK] returns to single-frame playback without erasing any frames (files).
39 Advanced Features — Photography Using th e Photogra phy Functi ons — Procedu re of Setti ng Specify the camera set tings for taking picture s to get the best result . A ge neral g uide is g iven belo w. 1 Selec t the Shoo ting m ode. Set th e Shootin g mode.
40 Usin g the P hoto graph y Funct ions — Proced ure of Sett ing Z Spec ifying f unctions using [SHO OTING ME NU] (ME NU/OK butt on) [ ISO] Use to specify required sensitivity setting ( ➝ p.56). [ QUALITY] Use to specify required image size ( ➝ p.
41 Advanced Features — Photography Setti ng the Shoot ing Mode You can select th e most sui table setti ng accor ding to the subj ect by se lecting o ne of the S hoot ing modes.
42 Shooti ng Mode Setting the mode ( ➝ p.4 1 ) This se ction de scribes th e availab le shoo ting mo des. This is th e easie st mode for p roviding crisp an d clear shots. Use this mo de for ordi nary pho togr aphy. Camera specifies [ EXP. CO MPENSATION] a nd [ WHITE BALA NCE] settings a utomatically.
43 Advanced Features — Photography Use this mod e to take pictures of a movin g subject . It gives priority to fa ster shutter sp eeds. Use this mod e for s hooting evening an d night scenes. A picture is t aken wi th a slow shutter of up to 4 seconds.
44 Shooting Mode Use this mod e to preve nt darkeni ng ima ges and provide cr isp, clear sho ts, when shoot ing at sn owy scene wh ere the wh ole screen ap pears wh ite. Use this mod e to shoot fireworks. It is effective for tak ing more vi vid shots of fireworks with a slo w shutter.
45 Advanced Features — Photography Use this mod e to take clear close-up sho ts when zooming u p a flow er. It is effective for tak ing more v ivid shots of flower petal. CHECK • Flash cannot be used in the Flower mode. • Focal range Wide angle: Approx.
46 Shooting Mode Use this mod e to shoot document s and wh ite board . It is effective for tak ing clearer shots o f letter s. CHECK Focal range Wide angle: Approx. 15 cm (5.9 in.) to infinity Telephoto: Approx. 40 cm (1.3 ft.) to infinity Set the Photog raphy fu nctions to manua l to easily contr ol yourself.
47 Advanced Features — Photography e Macro (Cl ose-up) Use this mod e to take clo se-up shots. Avail able Shoo ting mo des: AUTO , , , , , s ( ➝ p.42 , 43, 4 5, 46) Press e ( p ) to select M acro mode . Press e ( p ) again to cancel Macro mo de. CHECK • F ocal range Wide angle: Approx.
48 d Setting t he Flash Flash ph otogra phy is usefu l for taki ng picture s at nig ht or indoor da rk locati ons. C hoose from 6 flash mode s accordi ng to th e type of sh ot. See p.49 for informati on on the avai lable Sho oting m odes. MEMO When pressing the shutter button down halfway, b appears on the LCD monitor before the flash fires.
49 Advanced Features — Photography This m ode allo ws you to take pict ures of people at nigh t that clearly show bo th your sub jects and the nig ht time backdrop. To p revent cam era sh ake, al ways use a tripod. Using n s ynchroni zes Red- eye reduct ion mod e.
50 * Self-Ti mer The s elf-timer is used in situ ations wh ere th e photogra pher is included i n the shot. Whe n photograp her is awa y from the cam era, use a trip od to pr even t camera fall. Available Shootin g modes: All ( ➝ p.4 2-46) Setting s elf-timer The s elf-timer setting changes ea ch time you pr ess * ( o ).
51 Advanced Features — Photography 2 Take pictures in selected time. Usin g the 2- second self-t imer This is useful when you worry about camera shake even if attaching the camera on a tripod. MEMO • T o stop the self-timer, once it has started running, press DISP/BACK.
52 j Increas ing Moni tor Brightne ss Use this f uncti on to in crease the brightn ess of t he LCD monitor te mpora rily when you have di fficulty seeing the monitor in low-light condition s or in daylight. Increasing the LCD monitor brightness Press j ( n ) to disp lay the L CD monit or brig htly.
53 Advanced Features — Photography Using [SHOOTING MENU] Use the [SHOOTING MENU] to adjust image quality. You can tak e pictur es in a wid e rang e of condi tions. Setting the [ SHOOTING MENU] Continued Q A Pre ss MENU/OK to open t he [SHOOT ING MENU].
54 Using [SHOOTING MENU] Z List o f [SHOOTING MENU] optio ns Menu Functions Settings Factory default [ SHOOTING MODE] ( ➝ p.41) Use this setting to provide the best photography menu setting for the scene being shot. AUTO/ / / m / , / . / 8 / // /// / // / s AUTO [ ISO] ( ➝ p.
55 Advanced Features — Photography MEMO Note that the shooting menu will vary depending on the selected shooting mode. • When shooting mode is s et to AUTO, , , m , , , .
56 [SHOOTING M ENU] Setting the menu ( ➝ p.53) Changing t he sensit ivity se tting ([ IS O]) Use this menu to specify require d sensitivity setting of the ambien t light a round the subject. The larger value of th e sensitivity, the hig her sensitivity is obtained.
57 Advanced Features — Photography Area shot an d quality sett ing Normal shooting provides an aspect ratio of 4:3 and % shooting provides an aspect ratio of 3:2 (same aspect ratio as 35 mm film and post card). MEMO • T he bigger the number of recorded pixels, the better the image quality becomes.
58 [SHOOTING MENU] Adjusting exposure com pensa tion ([ EXP. C OMPEN SATI ON]) Available Shooting mode: s ( ➝ p.46) Use this m enu fo r shots to get the corre ct bright ness (exposure ), such as shot s with extr emely h igh cont rast betwee n the su bject an d the backgro und.
59 Advanced Features — Photography Adjusting color balance ([ WHITE BALANCE]) Available Shooting mode: s ( ➝ p.46) Adjust the color bala nce based on white t o suit the color of the am bient l ight arou nd the subject.
60 [SHOOTING MENU] Taking pictures continuously ([ CONTINUOUS]) Avail able Sh ooting mod es: All ( ➝ p.42-4 6) Use this mod e to take p ictures o f a mo ving subject. CAUTIO N • Number of available frames is limited depe nding on the available space on the Memory Card or internal memory.
61 Advanced Features — Playback Using [PLAYBACK MENU] Use this m enu to play ba ck phot ographed images . Setting the [PLAYBACK MENU] A Pre ss w to set the camer a to Playb ack mode ( ➝ p.32) . B Press MENU/OK to open the [PLAYBACK MENU]. C Pre ss n or o to select th e menu .
62 [PLAYBACK MEN U] Setting the menu ( ➝ p.61) Settin g automatic pla yback ([ SL IDE SHOW ]) Use this m ode to play ba ck phot ographed images continuousl y. You can sel ect playback interva l and ty pe of imag e tr ansit ion. MEMO • To interrupt [ SLIDE SHOW], press MENU/OK.
63 Advanced Features — Playback Selecting [WITH DATE E ], E appear s on the LC D monitor and the date will be imprinted on your prints. MEMO Canceling DPOF sett ing A Press MENU/OK to open the [PLAYBACK MENU] and press n or o to sele ct [ PRINT ORDER (DPOF)].
64 [PLAYBACK MENU] MEMO • When DPOF settings were specified on another camera. When the data includes a frame (file) with DPOF settings that were specified on another camera, [ RESET DPOF OK?] appears. Pressing MENU/OK erases all of the DPOF settings already specified for each frame (file).
65 Advanced Features — Playback Z u PRIN T ORDER (DPOF) DPOF sta nds for Digital Print Or der For mat an d refers to a fo rmat t hat is u sed for recordi ng printi ng speci fication s for image s shot u sing a digital c amera on me dia such as a Memo ry Card .
66 [PLAYBACK MENU] Protectin g the im ages ([ PROTECT] ) Use this m ode to prevent f rames (files) fr om be ing accidental ly eras ed. Your camera ca lls image s “fram es”. To prote ct or u nprotec t only th e selecte d frame ( file): [FRAME] (set or reset a frame) A Pre ss p or q to select th e protectin g/ unpro tect ing fr ame ( file) .
67 Advanced Features — Playback MEMO To stop the pr oced ure mi dway If the images are very large, protecting or unprotecting all the frames (files) may take some time. If you want to take a picture or record a movie during the procedure, press DISP/BACK.
68 [PLAYBACK MENU] MEMO To copy another frame (file), repeat steps C and D . When copying frames (files) is completed, press DISP/ BACK. Copyin g one frame a t a time ([FRA ME]) A Pre ss n or o to select [F RAME].
69 Advanced Features — Playback CAU TION • W hen [ MEMORY FULL] or [ Y MEMORY FULL] appears on the LCD monitor, copying the data stops on the w ay. • W hen copying the image that has specified DPOF setting, the DPOF setting is not copied. Copying al l frames ([ALL FRAM ES]) A Pre ss n or o to select [A LL FRA MES].
70 [PLAYBACK MENU] Rotating the images ([ IMAGE ROTATE]) When sho oting in the vertical posi tion, th e image appe ars horizon tal on the LCD mon itor. Use this mod e to rotat e an im age and to display c orrect directio n. CAUTIO N Protected frames (files) cannot be rotated.
71 Advanced Features — Playback Trimming the images ([ TRIMMING]) Use this mod e to trim th e req uired part of the photogra phed i mage. 1 Select the menu. 2 Specify trimming part of image. Continued Q A Pre ss w to set the camer a to Playb ack mode ( ➝ p.
72 [PLAYBACK MENU] MEMO • P ress DISP/BACK to return to single-frame playback. • A saved image size varies depending on the zoom scale of step 2. For 0.3 M, k YES option appears in yellow. • I mage sizes • W hen % quality setting is selected, the image is trimmed to normal size (4:3 aspect ratio).
73 Advanced Features — Movie r Recor ding Movies Use this mod e to recor d movies. Set the camera to r Movie mode Z Zooming t he imag e You mu st zoom bef oreha nd as yo u cannot zo om du ring recor ding. CHECK • O ptical zoom focal length Approx.
74 r Record ing Movies Record mov ies Press the shutter b utton d own fully to st art re cording. During reco rding, [ l REC] and a coun ter th at shows the remain ing time appea r on t he LCD m onit or. MEMO There is no need to hold down the shutter button during recording.
75 Advanced Features — Movie Chan ging movie size Press MENU/ OK to open the [SHOOTING MENU]. Z Qualit y settings in Mo vie mode % (640 × 480 p ixels): For b etter quality $ (320 × 240 p ixels): To re cord lo nger movi es MEMO • T he quality setting is retained even when the camera is turned off or the mode setting is changed.
76 w Playing Ba ck M ovies Setting the camera to w Playback mode ( ➝ p.32) Z Pl aying b ack m ovies A Pre ss p or q to se lect the movie file. r appears on the LCD monitor .
77 Advanced Features — Movie MEMO If the subject of the shot is very bright, white vertical streaks or black horizontal streaks may appear in the image during playback. This is normal. CAUTIO N • You may not be able to play back some movie files recorded on other cameras.
78 [ SET-UP] Using the [SET-UP] menu 1 Open the [SET- UP] menu. 2 Change the page . 3 Change th e setting. A P ress MENU/OK to open the me nu. B Pre ss n or o to select [ SET-U P]. C Pre ss q . A Pre ss p or q to select th e page. B Pre ss o to mo ve to men u item.
79 Settings [SET-UP] menu opti on Setting Display Factory default Explanation Page q [ IMAGE DISP.] [3 SEC]/[1.5 SEC] [1.5 SEC] Sets the way for displaying the check image screen (photograph result) after taking a picture. The image is displayed for 3 or 1.
80 [ SET-UP] [ F O R M A T ] – – Initializes a Memory Card or internal memory. Select this menu to erase all the frames (files). 84 [ ] [ENGLISH] Specifies the language used for LCD monitor display. 24 [ AUTO POWER OFF] [5 MIN]/[2 MIN]/[OFF] [2 MIN] Sets the time of turn ing camera off when camera is not used.
81 Settings Use this f uncti on to speci fy whe ther fram e numb ers are ass igned consec uti vely f rom pr evious numb ers or begin again. CHECK MEMO • S etting this function to [C ONT.] makes file management easier as it makes sure that file names are not duplicated when images are downloaded to a PC.
82 [ SET-UP] Use this f uncti on to shoo t enlarg ed ima ges tha n maximu m optica l zoo m scale. Z Zoom bar dis play CAUTIO N Using the [DIGITAL ZOOM] allows you to enlarge your subject and shoot it. However, it will lower your image quality. Set the [DIGITAL ZOOM] when requiring it.
83 Settings The LC D m onitor dar kens w hen camera is n ot u sed f or 8 seconds. When this fun ction is act ive, you can save power and get the ma xim um pos sible runni ng tim e fro m your batter ies . MEMO Pressing any button wakes the camera up. CAUTIO N The LCD power save function is disabled during Playback mode and Movie mode.
84 [ SET-UP] Use this funct ion to a djust the LCD mo nitor br ightnes s. Init ialize (format) the Memor y C ard or intern al memor y fo r use w ith th e came ra. CAU TION • T he Format function erases all the frames (files), including protected frames (files).
85 Settings When this fu nction is a ctive and th e came ra remain s unused fo r 2 or 5 minu tes, it tur ns camera off. Use this f uncti on when you want to get th e maxim um possible runnin g time fr om your b atterie s. CAUTIO N The Auto power off function is disabled during slide show ( ➝ p.
86 [ SET-UP] 2 Move to [TIME DIFFERE NCE] screen. 3 Set time difference. CHECK Available time setting –23:45 to +23:45 (in 15-minute increments) MEMO CHECK Upon returning from a trip, always change the time difference setting back to [ N HOME] and then check the date and time again.
87 Camera Connection Conn ecti ng to a TV When c onnectin g to a T V, im ages can be d isplayed on wi der scree n. Us ing slid e show function ( ➝ p.62) tog ether, you can ha ve fun w ith fo lks. CAUTION Plug the A/V cable (included) correctly in its terminal.
88 Connecting Came ra Directly to Printer — P ictBridge Function When a printer th at supp orts Pi ctBridge is available , image s can be printed by con necting the camer a direc tly to the P ictBridge- compatible printer without a PC. Connecting to a printer 1 Connect the camera to you r printer using the USB cable.
89 Camera Connection Specifyi ng images for printin g ([PRINT WITH DATE] / [PRINT WITHOUT DATE]) MEMO Even if M ENU/OK is p ressed with total number of i mages se t at 0 (ze ro), the sc reen print ing once app ears on the LCD monitor. Press MENU/O K again and pri nting sta rts.
90 Connecting Camera Directly to P rinter — P ictBridge Fu nction Printing with DP OF setting ([ u PRINT DPOF] ) CHECK To select [ u PRINT DPOF], the DPOF settings must b e specified on FinePix J10 / FinePix J12 beforehand ( ➝ p.62). CAU TION Even when [WITH DATE E ] is specified in the DPOF settings ( ➝ p.
91 Camera Connection MEMO Press DISP/BACK to cancel the printing. Depending on the printer, the printing may not be canceled immediately or printing may stop midway through.
92 Insta llatio n on a Windows PC Pre-installation che cklist Z Har d ware ( softw are) re quirem ents and re comme nded sy stem To run t his software, you must ha ve the hardware and sof twa re descr ibed be low. Check you r system before yo u begin the installation.
93 Software Installation Do not conne ct the came ra to your PC until th e software in stallation is com plet ed. 1 Install FinePixViewer as instructed b y the on-screen instructions. Laun ching the inst aller ma nuall y A Double-click the [My Computer] icon.
94 Install ation on a Mac OS X Pre-installation che cklist Z Hardware an d software requirement s To run t his software, you must ha ve the hardware and sof twa re descr ibed be low.
95 Software Installation 1 Turn your Macintosh on and start up Mac OS X. Do not la unch any other a pplicati ons. 2 When the bundled CD-ROM is l oaded into the CD-ROM drive, the [FinePix] icon appears. Double-click the [FinePix] icon to open the [Fine Pix] volu me window.
96 Inst all ati on on a M ac OS X 9 Change the Image Capture settings. Select [Preferen ces...] from th e [Image Capture] menu. 10 Select [Other...] from [When a camera is connected, open]. 11 Select [FP VBridge] fro m [FinePixViewer] folder in the [Applications] folder and click the [Ope n] butt on.
97 Software Installation Conn ecti ng to a PC By conne cting the cam era to a PC, you r system ca n be expanded to fill a wid e range of uses. Using “Fin ePix Viewe r” per forms images savi ng, br owsin g and fil e mana gemen t etc.
98 Connec ting to a PC CAUTIO N • FinePix J10 / FinePix J12 is compatible with PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol)/MTP (Media Transfer Protocol). A PTP/MTP-compatible cam era is a camera that can recognize the PC and printer automatically when connected.
99 Software Installation The fol lowing s teps dif fer de pending on the PC’s operating system (Windows 2000/ XP/ Vista case) When yo ur PC rec ognizes t he cam era au tomatica lly, FinePi xViewer S auto matically start s up and th e Load photos w indow appe ars.
100 Connec ting to a PC Using FinePixViewer For al l inform ation on FineP ixViewe r funct ions, refer to [How to U se FinePixV iewer] in the Help m enu for d etails. • What is explain ed in [ How to Use Fine PixView er]... [How to U se FineP ixVie wer] cove rs a rang e of top ics, inc ludin g batc h proce ssi ng and orderi ng pri nts.
101 Software Installation D When the messa ge app ears, c lick the [O K] but ton. Check your s electio n careful ly since the pro cess cannot be cancel ed once y ou cl ick the [O K] button . Macint osh Quit FinePixViewer. Then dra g the installed FinePixViewe r folde r to the T rash and s elect [E mpty Trash] in the [Finde r] menu.
102 System Ex pansion Opt ion By using FinePix J10 / FinePix J12 togeth er with other optional FUJIFILM products, your system can be expanded to fill a wide range of uses. Acce ssory availability ma y vary by countr y. Please check with y our local Fujifilm rep resentative to co nfirm product availability.
103 Appendices Acce ssories Guide Visit the F UJIFILM web site for the latest informa tion on cam era ac cessories. http://w ww.fujif ilm.com/p roducts /digital_ca mera s/index.h tml Accessory availability may vary by country. Please check with your local Fujifilm r epresentat ive to confirm product availabilit y.
104 Accessories Gu ide • CompactFlash™ Card Adapter DPC-CF Loadin g an xD-Pic ture Car d into th is ad apter all ows you to use the card as a Compac tFla sh car d (Type s ).
105 Appendices Using Your Camera Correctly Read thi s inform ation a nd the “S afety N otes” ( ➝ “Not es and Ca utions”) , to make sure you use yo ur camera correctly.
106 Notes on t he xD-Pict ure C ard ™, t he SD Me mory Card and the In ternal Memory Z Handling M emory Card • When inse rting the Memor y Card into th e camera, hol d the Me mory C ard st raigh t as yo u push i t in.
107 Appendices Warnin g Displays The t able be low lists the war nings th at are displayed on the LCD monitor . Warning Displayed Explanation Remedy (Lit red) V (Blinking red) The batteries are low or completely out of charge. Load new or fully charged ba tteries.
108 Warning Displays [CARD ERROR] • The Memory Card contact area is soiled. • The Memory Card format is incorrect. • Camera fau lt. • The Memory Card is damaged. • Inserted Memory Card is not compatible with your camera. • Wipe the contact area on the Memory Card with a soft, dry cloth.
109 Appendices [TOO MANY FRAMES] An attempt was made to show 5,000 or more image by date sorting. No more than 4,999 images can be shown by date sorting. [PROTECTED FRAME] • An attemp t was made to erase a protected file. • An attemp t was made to rotate a protected file.
110 Warning Displays [CAN NOT ROTATE] [ r CAN NOT ROTATE] An attemp t was m ade to rotate a movie or an image shot using a cam era other than FinePix J10 / FinePix J12. These images cannot be rotated by image formats. [COMMUNICATION ERROR] The camera is not connected to a PC or printer.
111 Troubleshooting Trou bleshooti ng Z Get ting ready Z Settin g menu etc. Continued Q Matters Problems Possible causes Solutions Page Batteries and power supply Nothing happens when pressing ON/OFF. The batteries have run out. Load fully charged batteries.
112 Troubl eshoo ting Z Shootin g Matters Problems Possible causes Solutions Page Basic operations No photograph is taken when pressing the shutter button. The Memory Card or internal memory is full. Insert a new Memory Card or erase some unnecessary frames.
113 Troubleshooting Continued Q Flash Cannot use the flash. The shutter button was pressed while the flash was charging. Wait until the charging is completed before pressing the shutter button. 49 The Shooting mode is set to , , , , , , or . Change the Shooting mode.
114 Troubl eshoo ting Z Pl aying ba ck Matters Problems Possible causes Solutions Page Playing back movie The camera does not emit any sound. The camera volume is set too low. Adjust the volume. 77, 83 The microphone was blocked during shooting/recording.
115 Troubleshooting Z Connecting Continued Q Matters Problems Possible causes Solutions Page Connecting to TV There is no image or sound on the TV. The camera is not connected to the TV correctly. Connect the camera and TV correctly. 87 The included video cable or A/V cable was connected during movie playback.
116 Troubl eshoo ting Z Oth ers Matters Problems Possible causes Solutions Page Camera operation etc. Nothing happens when pressing the buttons on the camera. Camera malfunction may be caused temporarily. Briefly remove the battery. Then reload the battery and try again.
117 Specific atio ns Continued Q System Model Digit al camera Fi nePix J1 0 / FinePi x J12 Effective pixels 8.15 million pixels CCD 1/2.5-inch Storage media Internal memory (approx. 8 MB)/ xD-Picture Card (16/32/64/128/256/512 MB/1 GB/2 GB) /SD/SDHC Memory Card (FUJIFILM recommendation ( ➝ p.
118 Speci fications System Digital zoom Approx. 5.1× (3× optical zoom lens is used together: Max. zoom scale: approx. 15.3× ) Aperture F2.8-F5.6 (Wide-angle) F5.2-F10.4 (Telephoto) Focal range (from lens surface) Normal: approx. 40 cm (1.3 ft.) to infinity Macro: wide-angle: approx.
119 System White balance Automatic scene recog nition/Preset (Fine, Shade, Fluorescent (Daylight), Fluorescent (Warm White ), Fluorescent (Cool White), Incandescent light) Self-timer Approx. 2 sec./10 sec. Flash type Auto flash Effective range: ( : AU TO) Wide-angle: approx.
120 Speci fications Guide to the number of available frames for battery operation According to the CIPA (Camera & Imaging Products Association) standard procedure for mea suring digital still camera battery consumption (extract): When using a battery, use the battery supplied with the camera.
121 Continued Q Battery NP-45 Nominal voltage DC 3.7V Nominal capacity 740 mAh Operating temperature 0°C to +40°C (+32°F to + 104°F) Dimensions 31 mm × 39.4 mm × 5.7 mm (1.2 in. × 1.6 in. × 0.2 in.) (W × H × D) Mass (Weight) Approx. 15 g (0.
122 Speci fications Z Standar d number of availab le fram es/re cordin g time per xD-Picture Card , SD Memory Card a nd inte rnal memo ry The num ber of availabl e fra mes and r ecordin g time i s app roxima te. The ac tual number o f frame s and r ecord ing time varies dependi ng on the type o f Memo ry Card o r shootin g condit ions.
123 If you shoot using the xD-Picture Card s with model numbers containing “M” such as DPC-M2GB, movie recording time may be reduced if you repeatedly record and erase (frame erase) image files. In such a case, erase all frames or format the xD-Picture Card before use.
124 Explan ation of Ter ms EV A numb er denote s Expo sure Valu e. The EV is de termined by the b rightne ss of th e subject and sensi tivity (sp eed) o f the f ilm or CCD.
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