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l OOKLET. GEBRAUCHSANWEISUNG
M O D E D ' E M P L O I r F O I - L E T OD E I N S T R U C C I O N E S

DESCRIPTION
1 . F i l m R e w i n d K n o b ( w i t h r e w i n dc r a n k - h a n d laen d b a c k c o v e rr e l e a s e*)
2. Viewfinder F3. AccessoryShoe (X-ContactHot Shoe)n--:--^4. R e d a n d Y e l l o w W a r n i n gA r r o w s& ' - " * - '
5 . . A S A F i l m S p e e dS e t t i n gR i n go 6.

'-

"-t

Film Advance Lever G-------#-

7 . F i l m E x p o s u r eC o u n t e rf.'--------'^
(with battery checker)
8. Shutter ReleaseButton c _ . _ . - . - 9. Shutter ReleaseLock

g--.-----'-/

1 0 " C d SC e l lW i n d o w
1 ' r . F o c u s i n gRi n g
12- Self-Timer
1 3 . A p e t u r eR i n g

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1i

aF--.--_

1 4 , E x p o s u r eC o n t r o l R i n g
15. Taking Lens*------"

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DESCRIPTION
F l a s hS o c k e t ( w i t h P r o t e c t i v eC a p )
ViewfinderEyepiece
F i lm C h a m b e r
Battery CheckerButton
Battery Compartment Cover
Tripod Socket
Sprocket
F i l m R e w i n d R e l e a s eB u t t o n
PressurePlate

B A T T E R Y L O A D I N GA N D C H E C K I N G

Unscrewthe Battery CompartmentCoverwith


th e edgeof a c oin.
'
I n s er t a 5. 6V m e rc u ry b a tte ry , " -' (mi n u s )
e n d in f ir s t , and r e p l a c eC o v e r. A l w a y s c a rry a
sp a re bat t er y ( M all o ry P X3 2 , Ev e re a d yE 1 6 4 o r
e q u i v alent )W
. hen c a m e rai s n o t i n u s e fo r a l o n g
p e ri odof t im e, r em o v eb a tte rya n d s to re i n a c o o l ,
d ry p lac e.
Check battery before picture-taking.PressBatte ry C hec k erB ut t on . l f th e g re e n l i g h t c o m e so n
b ri g ht lyin t he F ilm E x p o s u reC o u n te r,th e b a tte ry
p o wer is s uf f ic ient .l f n o t, th e b a tte ry s h o u l d b e
re p l ac ed.

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FILIVII.OADIt\G

To open Back Cover, lift up Film Rewind


Knob and pull it out forcibly. As soon as Back
Cover opens, Exposure Counter is automatically
set at "S" (Start).
P l a c e a 3 5 m m f i l m c a s s e t t ei n t o f i l m c h a m b e r
and pushdown the Film Rewind Knob.
I n s e r t f i lm l e a d e r i n t o T a k e - u o S o o o l a n d
advancefilm with Film Advance Levei making
s u r e t h e p e r f o r a t i o n s p r o p e r l y e n g a g et h e s p r o cket teeth. CloseBack Cover.

F IL M L O A DI NG ( c ont in u e d )

4 . T o t a k e u p t h e f i l m s l a c k i n t h e c a s s e t t et u r n t h e
film rewind Knob slowlv in the directionof arrow
until it stops.
5" Advance f ilm, then press Shutter Release
B u t t o n , a n d r e p e a t u n t i l t h e f i g u r e " 1 " a p p e a r sI n
F i l m E x P o s u r eC o u n t b r '
6 . M a k e s u r e t h e f i l m i s p r o p e r l y l o a d e d .A s y o u
a d v a n c et h e f i l m , F i l m R e w i n d K n o b s h o u l d r o t a t e
c o u n t e r - c l o c k w i s ea, s i | | u s t r a t e d .

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A S A F ! L M S P E E DS E T T I N G
Align the mark on the ASA Film Speed Setting
R i n g w i t h t h e A S A r a t i n g o f t h e f i l m i n u s e .T h e
film rating is shown on the box or the instructions
which comeswith the film.

ASA

25 32 40 50 64

!tr

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t6

t7 l 8

m r00 t25

19 20 2l

r60 200 250 320 4{10500 64t! 800t00l

22 23 24 25 26 21 28 29 30 3l

SHUTTER RELEASE BUTTON


To lock the Shutter ReleaseButton, align the
m a r k o n t h e S h u t t e r R e l e a s eL o c k w i t h t h e l e t t e r
" L " T o u n l o c k , g i v e L o c k 1l 4 t u r n c l o c k w i s e .
W h e n c a m e r a i s n o t i n u s e ,t h e s h u t t e r s h o u l d n o t
be left cocked, and the Shutter Release Lock
shouldbe in the lockedposition.

Locked

Ijnlockcd

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AUTOMATIC OPERATION

Turn the ExposureControl Ring until the letters


"AUTO" ls alligned with mark. You are now
ready for automatic oPeration.

EXPOSURE SYMBOLS
Select the appropriate ExposureSymbol and set it
oppositethe mark by turning the Aperture Ring.
for outdoor photo'
SUN or CLOUD symbol
grapny.
WINDOW symbol - for indoor and night photograpny.

Symbols
^,<
c__J

C o n di t i o n s
B r i g h tS u n

Apertures
16t11tB

Heavy Overcastor
OpenShade.

5 .6 1 4 1 2 .8

Indoors

211.7

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FOCUSNG
I

1. Sight through the Viewfinder and turn the


Focusing Ring until the two imagesin the center
f o c u s i n g a r e af o r o n e c l e a r i m a g e .

2. Compose picturq within the bright f rame


which, during focusing, in particular at short
d i s t a n c e s ,m o v e s d i a g o n a l l y f o r a u t o m a t i c p a r a l l a x
correctron

Out of focus

ln focus

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E X P O S U R EC O N T R O L

The RED and YELLOW warningarrows in the


Viewfinder and on the camera too are actuated
when the Film Advance Lever is wound and the
S h u t t e r R e l e a s eB u t t o n i s h a l f - o r e s s e d .
T h e a b s e n c eo f b o t h a r r o w s s i g n i f i e sh a n d - h e l d
photography is possible. All you need do for a
perfect picture is FOCUS and PRESS the Shutter
R e l e a s eB u t t o n d o w n a l l t h e w a y .

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EXPOS URECO NT RO L (c o n ti n u e d )

t h e a p p e a r a n c eo f t h e R E D a r r o w ( w h e n t h e
S h u t t e r R e l e a s e B u t t o n i s h a l f - p r e s s e d )s i g n i f i e s
too rnuch light. Turn the Aperture Ring in the
d i r e c t i o n o f t h e a r r o w u n t i l i t d i s a p p e a r s .l f l t
f a i l s t o d i s a p p e a ra n e u t r a l d e n s i t y f i l t e r s h o u l d b e
used and the ASA" Film SpeedSetting Ring reset
a c c o r d i n g l y .l f t h e o r i g i n a l s e t t i n g w a s A S A 1 0 0 ,
r e s e tt o A S A 2 5 w h e n a n N D 4 f i l t e r i s u s e d .
''

T h e a p p e a r a n c eo f t h e Y E L L O W a r r o w s i g n i fies too little light for hand-held photography,


since the exposurespeed will be slower than 1/30
s e c o n d .T u r n t h e A p e r t u r e R i n g i n t h e d i r e c t i o n o f
the arrow until it disappears. lf it fails to
disappear, use a tripod (Yashica Grip/Tripod
S T - 7 ) . W h e t h e r t h e Y E L L O W a r r o w d i s a p p e a r so r
n o t , t h e p r e c i s ee x p o s u r e s p e e d w i l l b e d e t e r m i n e d
and set automaticallV.

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FILM UNLOADING

After the last exposure, DO NOT try to


advancethe film further as it may tear or come
l o o s e , m a k i n g i t i m p o s s i b l et o r e w i n d t h e f i l m i n t o
the cassette.
Before removing it from the camera,the film
s h o u l d b e r e w o u n d . i n t o i t s c a s s e t t e .P r e s st h e F i l m
R e w i n d R e l e a s eB u t t o n .
U n f o l d t h e c r a n k - h a n d l eo n t h e F i l m R e w i n d
Knob and turn it in the direction of the arrow
u n t i l a s l i g h t r e s i s t a n c ei s f e l t . C o n t i n u e w i n d i n g
until you feel it turning freely. Open the Back
Cover, remove the cassette and send for prong.
cessr

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D E P T HO F F I E L D

Depth of f ield is the area in front and behind


t h e s u b j e c t o n w h i c h t h e c a m e r a i s f o c u s e d ,w i t h i n
which all objects also appear acceptablysharp in
t h e p i c t u r e l t v a r i e sw i t h t h e a p e r t u r e a n d i s m o r e
extensrve:
a. when the lens is stopped down
b. when the camerais focusedon a distant subject
c. in the background rather than the foreground.
'by
The depth of f ield can be determined
lens
reference to the depth-of-field scale on the
barrel. With the camera focused on 2 meters and
an aperture of f 116, the depth of field will be
f r o m 1 . 4 t o 3 . 8 m e t e r s , i . e . t h e r a n g e e n c l o s e db y
the number 16 on both sides of the red index
mark.

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SELF-TIMER

l f y o u w a n t t o i n c l u d ey o u r s e l f i n t h e p r c t u r e ,u s e
t h e S e l f - T i r n e ra n d p r o c e e d a s f o l l o w s :
a . A d v a n c et h e f i l m
b. Move Self-Timer Lever down all the way in the
direction of the arrow
c. PressShutter ReleaseButton and the shutter
w i l l c l i c k a b o u t I s e c o n d sl a t e r .
,B'

SETTING
Since the shutter will operate automatically for
'B'
long time exposure,
setting is used only very
o c c a s i o n a l l y ,m a i n l y f o r s p e c i a le f f e c t s .
'B'
s y m b o l o n t h e E x p o s u r eC o n t r o l
, Align the
R i n g w i t h t h e r e d t r i a n g u l a rm a r k .
' The use of
essential.

a tripod

and cable release is

'B'
At
setting the shutter will remain open fo-r as
long as the Shutter ReleaseButton is kept depressed.

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FLASH PHTOGRAPHY

I n m o s t c a s e s ,y o u r E l e c t r o 3 5 d o e s n o t r e q u i r e
t h e u s e o f a f l a s h . H o w e v e r ,w h e n p h o t o g r a p h i n ga
moving subject under subdued light the use of a
flash is recommended.
Remove the plastic cover of the Accessory
S h o e a n d m o u n t a n e l e c t r o n i cf l a s h u n i t o r f l a s n
gun in place.
W h e n u s i n g a n e l e c t r o n i cf l a s h u n i t o r f l a s h g u n
featuring a hot-shoe, simply insert it into the
Accessory Shoe and keep the Protective Cap
p l a c e do v e r t h e s y n c h r o t e r m i n a l .
lf your flash unit does not have a hot-shoe
provision, clip it on the Accessory Shoe and
p l u g t h e s y n c h r o - c o r di n t o t h e s y n c h r o t e r m i n a l
of your camera, after removing the Protective

ca p .
Tur n t he E x pos u reC o n tro l R i n g to s e t i t to
th e mar k " J " . T he s h u tte r s p e e dw i l l n o w b e
a u t o m a t i c a l lsye t t o 1 / 3 0 s e c o n dY
. our Electro:35
i s p ro v idedwit h " X " c o n ta c t,s o p i c tu re sc a n b e
t a k e ne i t h e rw i t h a n e l e c t r o n i fcl a s hu n i t o r a f l a s h
gun.

FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY (continued)

F o c u s t h e c a m e r ao n y o u r s u b j e c t
R e a d t h e c a m e r . a - t o - s u b j e cr ta n g e o f f t h e D i s tance Scale.
Correct lens aperture is obtained by dividing
the guide number'of the electronic flash (or
f l a s h b u l b ) b y t h e c a m e r a - t o - s u b j e cdt i s t a n c e . S e t
t h e l e n s o p e n i n g a c c o r d i n g l yb y t u r n i n g t h e A p e r ture Ring and trip the shutter.
In flash photography, the correct exposure is
d e t e r m i n e do n t h e b a s i s o f t h e g u i d e n u m b g r o f
t h e e l e c t r o n i cf l a s h u n i t o r f l a s h b u l b .T h i s g u i d e
n u m b e r i s n o r m a l l y i n d i c a t e do n t h e p a c k a g eo r i n
t h e i n s t r u c t i o nm a n u a l .T o o b t a i n t h e c o r r e c t l e n s
a p e r t u r e ,d i v i d e t h e g u i d e n u m b e r b y t h e s u b j e c t
d i s t a n c e ( m e t e r so r f e e t ) a s s h o w n b e l o w ( D i s t a n c e
in meters):

G u i d eN u m b e r( 3 2 )
S u b j e c tD i s t a n c e( 2 m )

= L e n sA p e r t u r e( 1 6 )

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ACCES S O RI E S

To ward off extraneous reflected light, the


use of the lensshadeis
a d v i s e d .T o f i t t h e l e n s
cap, flip back the lens
shade as shown in the
illustration.

Filters are invaluable for special photographic effects. Many kinds of 55mm
s c r e w - i n t y p e f i l t e r s a r e a v a i l a b l ef o r c o l o r
and B&W film.

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Grip/TripodST-7
U n l i k e t he conventi onaltri pods,the Gri p/Tri podS T-7
c a n b e hel d agai nsta w al l or your chestto el i mi nate
c a m e ras hakei n sl ow shutterspeedexposure.B ei ngso
s m a l l , i n s i z e a n d l i g h t i n . ' w e i g h tw h i l e p r o v i d i n g
e x c e l l e ntstabi l i ty, i t i s i ndi spensablfor
e E l ectro 35
featuringslow shutterspeeddown to 30 seconds.

MS.2ODX
T h i s e l ectroni cfl ash uni t i s smal lenoughto be carri ed
e v e n i n a pocket ..... the w orl d' s smal l estw i th Gui de
N o .2 0 . l t has a di rect contact hot shoe and al so
perrfiitsuseof the synchrocord. A replacementof two
AA:iize batteriesis good for 2 cassettesof film (ZO
e x p o u s rel oad).

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Auxiliany
Lens Set
T h e A u x i l i a r y L e n s S e t c o n s i s t so f a n a u x i l i a r y t e l e p h o t o l e n s w h i c h
extends the focal length of the camera lens to 5B.4mm and an
a u x i l i a r y w i d e - a n g l el e n sw h i c h r e d u c e st h e f o c a l l e n g t h o f t h e c a m e r a
lens to .37.7mm. To make picture composition easier and more
accurate,,an exclusiveviewfinder is supplied to serve both lenses.
Converter-Satz
Der Converter-Satz besteht aus
einem Zusatz-Teleobjektiv, welches die Brennpunktldnge des
K a m e r a o b j e k t i v sa u f 5 8 , 4 m m v e r ldngert und einem Weitwinkelobjektiv, welches die Brennpunkt16nge des Kameraobjektivs aut
3 7 , 7 m m r e d u z i e r t . F r - i re i n f a c h e r e
u n d g e n a u e r eB i l d - K o m p o s i t i o n i s t
ein Spezialsucherfrir beide diese
Objektive lieferbar.

l - e n t i l l e sd e c o n v e r s i o n
Cette optique compl6mentaire se
c o m p o s e d ' u n e l e n t i l l e" T 6 1 6 " q u i
porte la distance focale de l'obj e c t i f d 5 8 , 4 m m , ,e t d e l a l e n t i l l e
"grand angle" eu i ramdne cette
distance. focale ,,d 37.7mm. Pour
faciliter le cadrage et le rendre
plus pr6cis, un viseur special est
livr6 avec ce compl6ment optique.

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. . ! u e g od e O b j e t i v o s A u x i l i a r e s
El juego de objetivos auxiliares
contiene un teleobjetivo auxiliar,
que extiende la longitud focal del
objetivo a 58,4mm, y un objetivo
g r a n a n g u l a ra u x i l i a r , q u e r e d u c e l a
longitud focal del objetivo a
Para hacer m5s f5cil y exacta la
c o m p o s i c i 6 nd e v i s t a , s e s u m i n i s t r a
un exclusivo visor que se usa para
ambos objetivos.

T I E F E N S C H A R F E N T A B E L L E / T A B LDEE P R O F O N D E U R
D E C H A M P /P R O F U N D I D A DD E L C A M P O
Meter

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Distance
oo

2
1

0.8

f rom
to
f rom
to
froin
to
From
to
from
to

37.7

2
32.1

oo

oo

5.93
8.56

5.77
8,91

1.91
2.10

1.89
2.12
0.97
1.03
0.78
o.B2

0.98
1.O2
0.79
0.81

2,8
22.9
oo

4
16.1
oo

5.39
10.0
1.85
2.18
0.95
1.O4

o .7 7
o.82

4.91
12.3
1.79
2.26
0.95
1.06
0.76
0.83

5.6
11.5
oo

B
8.07
@

4.39
17.6
1.72
2.39
0.3
1.08
0.75
0.85

3.79
51.6
1.63
2.61
0.91
1.12
o.74
0.87

5.6
38',

11
5.89

16
4.08
oo

3.24

2.61

oo

oo

1.52
2.94
O.BB
1. 1 7
o.72
0.90

1.38
3.77
0.83
1.27
0.70
0.96

B
27',

11
1g',

16

oo

oo

oo

Feet
Distance
oo

20
7

3.5
2.6

124',

2
105',

oo

oo

1.7
from
to

f rom
to
from
to
f rom
to
f rom
to

17',3"
1 6 ' , 11 "
23'.9.1" 24',6.9"
6'.7.8" 6 ' , 7 . 1 "

7',4.7"
3',5.0"
3'.7.O"
2',6.7"
2',7.7"

7 ' ,s .5 "
3'4.8"
3'.7.2"
2',6.6"
2',7.8"

2.8

7s',
oo

53',
oo

oo

13',

g ' , 11
13',2"
15"11" 1 4 ' 7 "
11'6"
8',1.7"
oo
2 7 ' O . 7 " 3 1 ' , 1 0 . 9 " 4 1 ' , 1 1 . 6 "BA',O.2" oo
6',s.3" 6',2.8" 5 ' 1 1. 7 " 5 ' 7 . 5 " s',2.9" 4 ' 8 . 6 "
7',g.O" 7 ' , 1 1 " 8'.5.7" 9',3.9" 1 0 ' 8 . 1 " 1 4 ' 1 . 2 "
3'4.4"
3',3.8" 3'2.9"
3','l.8"
3'O.4" 2 ' , 1 0 . 3 "
3'7.7"
3',8.5" 3'9.7"
3',11.4" 4 ' 1 . 9 " 4'6.6"
2',6.4"
2',6.O"
2 ' 5 . 6 " 2 ' 4 . 9 " 2 ' , 4 . 2 " 2'3.O"
2',8.1" 2'8.5"
2',9.O" 2 ' 9 . 9 "
2 ' , 1 .11
3'1.2"

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SPEC I F I CA T I O NS

Lens : CO LOR -YA SH IN OND X t1 1 .7 4 5 mm; 6 el ementsi n 4 groups;stopsdow n


to f/16.
Shutter: Electronicshutterwith an infinite rangeof speedsfrom 1/500 sec.to 30
s ec onds B
; s e tti n g ;b u i l t-i n s e l f-ti m e r;X s ync. (X -C ontactH ot S hoe);shutter releas eloc k ;auto m a ti cs e tti n g .
F oc us ing: Co u p l e dra n g e /v i e w fi n d efor c u s i n g;0.8 meter (2' 6" 1 to i nfi ni ty; bri ght
f r am ewit h ad to m a ti cp a ra l l a xc o mp e n s a ti on.
i cr a i n ' c o n t r o l st h e e l e c t r o n i cs h u t t e r
E x p o u s r eC o n t r o l : S o l i d - s t a t e ' E l e c t r o n B
ac c or dingt o li g h t i n te n s i tyme a s s u rebdy th e C dSsensor;preci seshutterspeedfor
c or r ec tex pos u rei n a n y l i g h t i s d e te rmi n e dand set A U TOMA TIC A LLY ;exposure
and
symbols for easy selection of aperture; arrows warn againstover-expousre
s ignals low s h u tte rs p e e da n d a d v i s a b i l i ty
o f usi nga tri pod; A S A rangefrom 25 Io
1000 ( DlN 15 -3 1 );p o w e r s o u rc e -Ma l l o ryP X 32, E vereadyE 164 oi equi val ent.
Other Features: Single-strokefilm advancelever chargesshutter, sets electronic
exposurecontrol to standby condition, registerscount of exposedframes and
pr ev ent s dou b l e e x p o s u re ; a u to m a ti c re setti ng exposure counter; fol d-aw ay
c r a n k h a n d lfeo r r a p i d f i l m r e w i n d ;m u l t i - s l o t a k e - u ps p o o l f o r e a s yf i l m l o a d i n g .
i n th e e x p o s u r ecounterw i ndow .
bat t er yc hec k e ri n c o rp o ra te d
LensS hade: 5 7 m m s l i p -o nty p e .
,f,
';
Filters: 55mm screw-intype.
Dim ens ions :1 8 0 x 8 4 x 7 3 .5 m m (4 .0 8 x 3.3 x 2.B g i n.)
W e i g h t : 7 5 0 g r a m s( 1 . 6 5 l b s )

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FOR B E T T E R P I CT U R ES

o For better color pictures,shoot in soft, diffusedlight.


o W hent he Y EL L OW a rro w i s O N , u s ea tri pod (al sow i th B and S el f-Ti mer).
o When the main subjectis the point of interest,usethe largestaperturesuited for
the prevailinglight. lf a greaterdepth of field is required,stop down the aperture
as necessary.
to stop action in outdoor photography,turn the Aperture
o When it is necessary
At this point, the shutterspeedis
Ring to where the RED arrow just disappears.
about 1/500 sec.
r When photographingspot,lightedsubjectsor againstlight, reset the ASA Film
SpeedSettingRing.
E x a m p l ew i t h A s A 1 0 0 f i l m :
(a) Strong spot-lighted- reset to ASA 200400.
(b) Againsttight - resetto ASA 50 or 25.
o The use of an ND filter when shootingin blazingsunlight,snow or beachscenes
is recommended.
Resetthe ASA Fllm SpeedSettingRing accordingto filter factor.
, IT H O U T F L A SH ,set the E xposureC ontrol R i ng at the
o F or night p h o to g ra p h yW
A UT O pos i ti o na n d th e A p e rtu re R i n gs 1 the IN D OOR S(w i ndow )symbol .l n al l
cases, the shutter speed will be determined and set AUTOMATICALLY.
However,when shootingwith the YELLOW arrow ON, usea tripod.

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CARE OF YOUR CAMERA

K e e p b o t h t h e i n s r d ea n d o u t s i d e o f y o u r c a m e r a
clean. Usea soft, cleancloth.
To clean the lens, first blow away any dust or
grit, then clean with a lens brush ro soft, clean
I i n t l e s sc l o t h .
A v o i d s t o r i n g t h e Q a m e r aw i t h t h e s h u t t e r c h a r g ed.
Do not leave the camera in the glove compartm e n t o r t r u n k o f a c a r, o r i n d i r e c t s u nI i g h t , a s
h e a t m a y a f f e c t t h e f i l m , b a t t e r : y ,e t c .
When the camera is not in use for a long period
of time, remove the battery and store it in a
cool , dry place. lt is advisable to carry a spare
battery.
Do not dismantle the camera or the lens for
c l e a ni n g .
When photographing without using a flash, be
sure that the plastic cover is inserted into the
Accessery Shoe and the Protective Cap set over
t h e s y n c h r o t e r m i n a l.
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