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DIGITAL CAMERA
FINEPIX X100
Owner’s Manual
Thank you for your purchase of this product. This
manual describes how to use your FUJIFILM FinePix
X100 digital camera and install the supplied software.
Be sure that you have read and understood its con-
tents before using the camera.
For information on related products, visit our website at
http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/index.html
For more information on the X100, visit
http://www.finepix-x100.com/
Before You Begin
First Steps
Taking Photographs
More on Photography
Viewing Pictures
Menus
Connections
Technical Notes
Troubleshooting
Appendix
EN
BL01285-202
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For Your Safety
For Your Safety
• Read Instructions: All the safety and operating instructions
should be read before the appliance is operated.
• Retain Instructions: The safety and operating instructions
should be retained for future reference.
• Heed Warnings: All warnings on the appliance and in the
operating instructions should be adhered to.
• Follow Instructions: All operating and use instructions
should be followed.
Installation
Installation
Power Sources: This video product should be operated only
from the type of power source indicated on the marking la-
bel. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your
home, consult your appliance dealer or local power com-
pany. For video products intended to operate from battery
power, or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.
Grounding or Polarization: This video product is equipped
with a polarized alternating-current line plug (a plug having
one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the
power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are
unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing
the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electri-
cian to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety
purpose of the polarized plug.
Alternate Warnings: This video product is equipped with
a three-wire grounding-type plug, a plug having a third
(grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a grounding-type
power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to
insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to re-
place your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose
of the grounding type plug.
Overloading: Do not overload wall outlets and extension
cords as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
Ventilation: Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided
for ventilation, to ensure reliable operation of the video
product and to protect it from overheating, and these open-
ings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should
never be blocked by placing the video product on a bed,
sofa, rug, or other similar surface.
This video product should not be placed in a built-in instal-
lation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation
is provided or the manufacturer’s instructions have been
adhered to. This video product should never be placed near
or over a radiator or heat register.
Attachments: Do not use attachments not recommended by
the video product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
Water and Moisture: Do not use this video product near wa-
ter—for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink,
or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool,
and the like.
Power-Cord Protection: Power-supply cords should be routed
so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by
items placed upon or against them, paying particular at-
tention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where they exit from the appliance.
Accessories: Do not place this video product on an unstable
cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The video product may
fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious
damage to the appliance. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod,
bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold
with the video product. Any mounting of the appliance
should follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use
a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer.
An appliance and cart combination
should be moved with care. Quick
stops, excessive force, and uneven
surfaces may cause the appliance
and cart combination to overturn.
Antennas
Antennas
Outdoor Antenna Grounding: If an outside antenna or cable
system is connected to the video product, be sure the anten-
na or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protec-
tion against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Sec-
tion 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70,
provides information with respect to proper grounding of the
mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire
to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors,
location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding
electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING
AS PER NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
Antenna Lead
in Wire
Ground Clamp
Electric Service
Equipment
Ground
Clamps
Grounding Conductors
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
Power Service Grounding Electrode
System (NEC ART 250. PART H)
Antenna
Discharge Unit
(NEC SECTION
810-20)
Power Lines: An outside antenna system should not be lo-
cated in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric
light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power
lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system,
extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such
power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal.
Use
Use
Cleaning: Unplug this video product from the wall outlet be-
fore cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
Object and Liquid Entry: Never push objects of any kind into
this video product through openings as they may touch
dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result
in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on
the video product.
Lightning: For added protection for this video product re-
ceiver during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended
and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall
outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will
prevent damage to the video product due to lightning and
power-line surges.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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For Your Safety
Service
Service
Servicing: Do not attempt to service this video product
yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
Damage Requiring Service: Unplug this video product from
the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service per-
sonnel under the following conditions:
• When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged
• If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the
video product.
• If the video product has been exposed to rain or water.
• If the video product has been dropped or the cabinet has
been damaged.
If the video product does not operate normally follow the
operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are
covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjust-
ment of other controls may result in damage and will often
require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore
the video product to its normal operation.
When the video product exhibits a distinct change in perfor-
mance—this indicates a need for service.
Replacement Parts: When replacement parts are required,
be sure the service technician has used replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or have the same character-
istics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may
result in fire, electric shock or other hazards.
Safety Check: Upon completion of any service or repairs to
this video product, ask the service technician to perform
safety checks to determine that the video product is in
proper operating condition.
Be sure to read these notes before use
Safety Notes
• Make sure that you use your camera correctly. Read these
safety notes and your Owner’sManual carefully before use.
• After reading these safety notes, store them in a safe place.
About the Icons
The icons shown below are used in this document to indi-
cate the severity of the injury or damage that can result if the
information indicated by the icon is ignored and the product
is used incorrectly as a result.
WARNING
This icon indicates that death or serious injury
can result if the information is ignored.
CAUTION
This icon indicates that personal injury or
material damage can result if the information
is ignored.
The icons shown below are used to indicate the nature of the
instructions which are to be observed.
Triangular icons tell you that this information requires
attention (“Important”).
Circular icons with a diagonal bar tell you that the action
indicated is prohibited (“Prohibited”).
Filled circles with an exclamation mark indicate an ac-
tion that must be performed (“Required”).
WARNING
WARNING
Unplug
frompower
socket
If a problem arises, turn the camera off, remove the bat-
tery, and disconnect and unplug the AC power adapter.
Continued use of the camera when it is emitting
smoke, is emitting any unusual odor, or is in any other
abnormal state can cause a fire or electric shock. Con-
tact your FUJIFILM dealer.
Do not allow water or foreign objects to enter the camera.
If water or foreign objects get inside the camera, turn
the camera off, remove the battery, and disconnect
and unplug the AC power adapter. Continued use of
the camera can cause a fire or electric shock. Contact
your FUJIFILM dealer.
WARNING
WARNING
Donotusein
thebathroom
orshower
Donotusethecamerainthebathroomorshower. This can
cause a fire or electric shock.
Donotdisas-
semble
Never attempt to change or take apart the camera (never
open the case) Failure to observe this precaution can
cause fire or electric shock.
Donottouch
internal
parts
Should the case break open as the result of a fall or other
accident,donottouchtheexposedparts. Failuretoobserve
this precaution could result in electric shock or in injury
from touching the damaged parts. Remove the bat-
tery immediately, taking care to avoid injury or electric
shock, and take the product to the point of purchase
for consultation.
Do not change, heat or unduly twist or pull the connection
cordanddonotplaceheavyobjectsontheconnectioncord.
These actions could damage the cord and cause a fire
or electric shock. If the cord is damaged, contact your
FUJIFILM dealer.
Do not place the camera on an unstable surface. This can
cause the camera to fall or tip over and cause injury.
Never attempt to take pictures while in motion. Do not
use the camera while walking or driving. This can
result in you falling down or being involved in a traf-
fic accident.
Do not touch any metal parts of the camera during a thun-
derstorm. This can cause an electric shock due to in-
duced current from the lightning discharge.
Do not use the battery except as specified. Load the bat-
tery as shown by the indicator.
Donotheat,changeortakeapartthebattery. Donotdrop
or subject the battery to impacts. Do not store the battery
with metallic products. Any of these actions can cause
the battery to burst or leak and cause fire or injury as
a result.
Use only batteries or AC power adapters specified for use
withthiscamera. Donotusevoltagesotherthanthepower
supply voltage shown. The use of other power sources
can cause a fire.
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For Your Safety
WARNING
WARNING
Ifthebatteryleaksandfluidgetsincontactwithyoureyes,
skin or clothing, flush the affected area with clean water
and seek medical attention or call an emergency number
rightaway.
Do not use the charger to charge batteries other than those
specified here. The supplied charger is for use only with
batteries of the type supplied with the camera. Using
the charger to charge conventional batteries or other
types of rechargeable batteries can cause the battery to
leak, overheat or burst.
When carrying the battery, install it in a digital camera or
keep it in the hard case. When storing the battery, keep it
inthehardcase. Whendiscarding,coverthebatterytermi-
nals with insulation tape. Contact with other metallic
objects or batteries could cause the battery to ignite
or burst.
Keep memory cards out of the reach of small children. Be-
cause memory cards are small, they can be swallowed
by children. Be sure to store memory cards out of the
reach of small children. If a child swallows a memory
card, seek medical attention or call an emergency
number.
CAUTION
CAUTION
Do not use this camera in locations affected by oil fumes,
steam, humidity or dust. This can cause a fire or elec-
tric shock.
Donotleavethiscamerainplacessubjecttoextremelyhigh
temperatures. Do not leave the camera in locations
such as a sealed vehicle or in direct sunlight. This can
cause a fire.
Keep out of the reach of small children. This product
could cause injury in the hands of a child.
Do not place heavy objects on the camera. This can cause
the heavy object to tip over or fall and cause injury.
Do not move the camera while the AC power adapter is still
connected. Donotpullontheconnectioncordtodisconnect
theACpoweradapter. This can damage the power cord
or cables and cause a fire or electric shock.
DonotcoverorwrapthecameraortheACpoweradapterin
a cloth or blanket. This can cause heat to build up and
distort the casing or cause a fire.
CAUTION
CAUTION
Whenyouarecleaningthecameraoryoudonotplantouse
thecameraforanextendedperiod,removethebatteryand
disconnectandunplugtheACpoweradapter. Failure to do
so can cause a fire or electric shock.
When charging ends, unplug the charger from the power
socket. Leaving the charger plugged into the power
socket can cause a fire.
Using a flash too close to a person’s eyes may temporarily
affect the eyesight. Take particular care when photo-
graphing infants and young children.
When a memory card is removed, the card could come out
oftheslottooquickly. Useyourfingertoholditandgently
release the card. Injury could result to those struck by
the ejected card.
Request regular internal testing and cleaning for your
camera. Build-up of dust in your camera can cause a
fire or electric shock. Contact your FUJIFILM dealer to
request internal cleaning every two years. Please note
that this service is not free of charge.
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Re-
placeonlywiththesameorequivalenttype.
The Battery and Power Supply
Note: Check the type of battery used in your camera and
read the appropriate sections.
The following describes the proper use of batteries and how
to prolong their life. Incorrect use can shorten battery life or
cause leakage, overheating, fire, or explosion.
Li-ionBatteries
Li-ionBatteries
Read this section if your camera uses a rechargeable
Li-ion battery.
The battery is not charged at shipment. Charge the battery
before use. Keep the battery in its case when not in use.
■ Notes on the Battery
The battery gradually loses its charge when not in use.
Charge the battery one or two days before use.
Battery life can be extended by turning the camera off when
not in use.
Battery capacity decreases at low temperatures; a depleted
battery may not function at when cold. Keep a fully charged
spare battery in a warm place and exchange as necessary,
or keep the battery in your pocket or other warm place and
insert it in the camera only when shooting. Do not place
the battery in direct contact with hand warmers or other
heating devices.
■ Charging the Battery
Charge the battery in the supplied battery charger. Charging
times will increase at ambient temperatures below +10°C
(+50°F) or above +35°C (+95°F). Do not attempt to charge
the battery at temperatures above 40°C (+104°F); at tem-
peratures below 0°C (+32°F), the battery will not charge.
Do not attempt to recharge a fully charged battery. The bat-
tery does not however need to be fully discharged before
charging.
The battery may be warm to the touch immediately after
charging or use. This is normal.
■ Battery Life
At normal temperatures, the battery can be recharged about
300 times. A noticeable decrease in the length of time the
battery will hold a charge indicates that it has reached the
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end of its service life and should be replaced.
■ Storage
Performance may be impaired if the battery is left unused
for extended periods when fully charged. Run the battery
flat before storing it.
If the camera will not be used for an extended period, re-
move the battery and store it in a dry place with an ambient
temperature of from +15°C to +25°C (+59°F to +77°F). Do
not store in locations exposed to extremes of temperature.
■ Cautions: Handling the Battery
• Do not transport or store with metal objects such as neck-
laces or hairpins.
• Do not expose to flame or heat.
• Do not disassemble or modify.
• Use with designated chargers only.
• Dispose of used batteries promptly.
• Do not drop or subject to strong physical shocks.
• Do not expose to water.
• Keep the terminals clean.
• The battery and camera body may become warm to the
touch after extended use. This is normal.
AAAlkaline/RechargeableNi-MHBatteries
AAAlkaline/RechargeableNi-MHBatteries
Read this section if your camera uses AA alkaline or re-
chargeable AA Ni-MH batteries. Information on compat-
ible battery types may be found elsewhere in the camera
manual.
■ Cautions: Handling the Batteries
• Do not expose to water, flame, or heat, or store in warm or
humid conditions.
• Do not transport or store with metal objects such as neck-
laces or hairpins.
• Do not disassemble or modify the batteries or battery
casing.
• Do not subject to strong physical shocks.
• Do not use batteries that are leaking, deformed, or discol-
ored.
• Keep out of reach of infants and small children.
• Insert in the correct orientation.
• Do not mix old and new batteries, batteries with different
charge levels, or batteries of different types.
• If the camera will not be used for an extended period, re-
movethebatteries. Notethatthecameraclockwillbereset.
• The batteries may be warm to the touch immediately after
use. Turn the camera off and allow the batteries to cool
before handling.
• Battery capacity tends to decrease at low temperatures.
Keep spare batteries in a pocket or other warm place and
exchange as necessary. Cold batteries may recover some
of their charge when warmed.
• Fingerprints and other stains on the battery terminals
can impair battery performance. Thoroughly clean the
terminals with a soft, dry cloth before inserting them in
the camera.
If the batteries leak, clean the battery compartment
thoroughly before inserting new batteries.
If fluid from the battery comes into contact with
skin or clothing, flush the affected area with water.
If fluid enters your eyes, immediately flush the affected
area with water and seek medical attention. Do not rub
your eyes. Failure to observe this precaution could result
inpermanentvisualimpairment.
■ Ni-MH Batteries
The capacity of Ni-MH batteries may be temporarily reduced
when new, after long periods of disuse, or if they are repeat-
edly recharged before being fully discharged. This is nor-
mal and does not indicate a malfunction. Capacity can be
increased by repeatedly discharging the batteries using the
discharge option in the camera setup menu and recharging
them using a battery charger.
Q CAUTION: Do not use the discharge option with alkaline
batteries.
The camera draws a small amount of current even when off.
Ni-MH batteries that have been left in the camera for an ex-
tended period may be drawn down to the point that they no
longer hold a charge. Battery performance may also drop if
thebatteriesarerundowninadevicesuchasaflashlight. Use
the discharge option in the camera setup menu to discharge
Ni-MH batteries. Batteries that no longer hold a charge
even after repeatedly being discharged and recharged have
reached the end of their service life and must be replaced.
Ni-MHbatteriescanberechargedinabatterycharger(soldsep-
arately). Batteries may become warm to the touch after charg-
ing. Refertotheinstructionsprovidedwiththechargerformore
information. Use the charger with compatible batteries only.
Ni-MH batteries gradually lose their charge when not in use.
■ Disposal
Dispose of used batteries in accord with local regulations.
ACPowerAdapters(AvailableSeparately)
ACPowerAdapters(AvailableSeparately)
This section applies to all camera models. Use only
FUJIFILM AC power adapters designated for use with this
camera. Other adapters could damage the camera.
• The AC power adapter is for indoor use only.
• Be sure the DC plug is securely connected to the camera.
• Turn the camera off before disconnecting the adapter. Dis-
connect the adapter by the plug, not the cable.
• Do not use with other devices.
• Do not disassemble.
• Do not expose to high heat and humidity.
• Do not subject to strong physical shocks.
• The adapter may hum or become hot to the touch during
use. This is normal.
• If the adapter causes radio interference, reorient or relocate
the receiving antenna.
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Using the Camera
Do not aim the camera at extremely bright light sources,
such as the sun in a cloudless sky. Failure to observe this
precaution could damage the camera image sensor.
TakeTestShots
TakeTestShots
Before taking photographs on important occasions (such as
at weddings or before taking the camera on a trip), take a
test shot and view the results to ensure that the camera is
functioning normally. FUJIFILM Corporation can not accept
liability for damages or lost profits incurred as a result of
product malfunction.
NotesonCopyright
NotesonCopyright
Unless intended solely for personal use, images recorded us-
ing your digital camera system cannot be used in ways that
infringe copyright laws without the consent of the owner.
Note that some restrictions apply to the photographing of
stage performances, entertainments, and exhibits, even
when intended purely for personal use. Users are also asked
to note that the transfer of memory cards containing images
or data protected under copyright laws is only permissible
within the restrictions imposed by those copyright laws.
Handling
Handling
To ensure that images are recorded correctly, do not subject
the camera to impact or physical shocks while images are
being recorded.
LiquidCrystal
LiquidCrystal
In the event that the display is damaged, care should be
taken to avoid contact with liquid crystal. Take the urgent
action indicated should any of the following situations arise:
• If liquid crystal comes in contact with your skin, clean the
area with a cloth and then wash thoroughly with soap and
running water.
• If liquid crystal enters your eyes, flush the affected eye with
clean water for at least 15 minutes and then seek medical
assistance.
• If liquid crystal is swallowed, rinse your mouth thoroughly
with water. Drink large quantities of water and induce
vomiting, then seek medical assistance.
Although the display is manufactured using extremely high-
precision technology, it may contain pixels that are always lit
or that do not light. This is not a malfunction, and images
recorded with the product are unaffected.
TrademarkInformation
TrademarkInformation
xD-Picture Card and E are trademarks of FUJIFILM
Corporation. The typefaces included herein are solely de-
veloped by DynaComware Taiwan Inc. Macintosh, Quick-
Time, and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S.A.
and other countries. Windows7, Windows Vista, and the
Windows logo are trademarks of the Microsoft group of
companies. Adobe and Adobe Reader are either trademarks
or registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in
the U.S.A. and/or other countries. The SDHC and SDXC logos
are trademarks of SD-3C, LLC. The HDMI logo is a trademark.
YouTube is a trademark of Google Inc. All other trade names
mentioned in this manual are the trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
ElectricalInterference
ElectricalInterference
This camera may interfere with hospital or aviation equip-
ment. Consult with hospital or airline staff before using the
camera in a hospital or on an aircraft.
ColorTelevisionSystems
ColorTelevisionSystems
NTSC (National Television System Committee) is a color televi-
sion telecasting specification adopted mainly in the U.S.A., Can-
ada, and Japan. PAL (Phase Alternation by Line) is a color televi-
sionsystemadoptedmainlyinEuropeancountriesandChina.
ElectricalInterference
ElectricalInterference
Exif Print is a newly revised digital camera file format in
which information stored with photographs is used for opti-
mal color reproduction during printing.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Read Before Using the Software
Direct or indirect export, in whole or in part, of licensed soft-
ware without the permission of the applicable governing
bodies is prohibited.
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For Your Safety
NOTICES
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit
to rain or moisture.
Please read the “Safety Notes” and make sure you un-
derstand them before using the camera.
PerchlorateMaterial—specialhandlingmayapply. See
http://www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
ForCustomersintheU.S.A.
ForCustomersintheU.S.A.
TestedTo ComplyWith FCC Standards
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
FCC Statement: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
CAUTION:This equipment has been tested and found to com-
ply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to pro-
vide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular in-
stallation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more of the fol-
lowing measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
• You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this manual could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
Notes on the Grant: To comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules,
this product must be used with a Fujifilm-specified ferrite-
core A/V cable, USB cable, and DC supply cord.
ForCustomersinCanada
ForCustomersinCanada
CAUTION: This Class B digital apparatus complies with Cana-
dian ICES-003.
DisposalofElectricalandElectronicEquipmentinPrivate
DisposalofElectricalandElectronicEquipmentinPrivate
Households
Households
IntheEuropeanUnion,Norway,IcelandandLiechten-
stein:This symbol on the product, or in the man-
ual and in the warranty, and/or on its packaging
indicates that this product shall not be treated as
household waste. Instead it should be taken to
an applicable collection point for the recycling
of electrical and electronic equipment.
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will
help prevent potential negative consequences to the en-
vironment and human health, which could otherwise be
caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product.
This symbol on the batteries or accumulators in-
dicates that those batteries shall not be treated
as household waste.
If your equipment contains easy removable batteries or
accumulators please dispose these separately according to
your local requirements.
The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural re-
sources. For more detailed information about recycling this
product, please contact your local city office, your household
waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the
product.
In Countries Outside the European Union, Norway, Iceland and
Liechtenstein: If you wish to discard this product, including
the batteries or accumulators, please contact your local au-
thorities and ask for the correct way of disposal.
ECDeclarationofConformity
ECDeclarationofConformity
We
Name: FUJIFILM Electronic Imaging Europe GmbH
Address: Benzstrasse 2 47533 Kleve, Germany
declare that the product
Product Name: FUJIFILM DIGITAL CAMERA FinePix X100
Manufacturer’s
Name: FUJIFILM Corporation
Manufacturer’s
Address:
7-3, AKASAKA 9-CHOME, MINATO-KU,
TOKYO, 107-0052 JAPAN
conforms to the following Standards:
Safety: EN60065: 2002 + A1: 2006 + A11: 2008
EMC: EN55022: 2006 + A1: 2007 Class B
EN55024: 1998 + A1: 2001 + A2: 2003
EN61000-3-2: 2006
EN61000-3-3: 1995 + A1: 2001 + A2: 2005
following the provision of the EMC Directive (2004/108/EC)
and Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC).
February 1, 2011
Kleve, Germany
Place Date Signature, Managing
Director
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About This Manual
About This Manual
Before using the camera, read this manual and the warnings in“For Your Safety”(Pii). For information
on specific topics, consult the sources below.
TaskIndex
TaskIndex............................................................
............................................................ P
Pix
ix TableofContents
TableofContents .................................................
................................................. P
Pxii
xii
Know what you want to do but don’t know the
name for it? Find the answer in the“Task Index.”
The“Table of Contents”gives an overview of the
entire manual. The principal camera operations
are listed here.
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting................................................
................................................P
P105
105 WarningMessagesandDisplays
WarningMessagesandDisplays .........................
.........................P
P109
109
Having a specific problem with the camera?
Find the answer here.
Find out what’s behind that flashing icon or error
message in the display.
Glossary
Glossary............................................................
............................................................P
P113
113 RestrictionsonCameraSettings
RestrictionsonCameraSettings..........................
..........................P
P120
120
The meanings of some technical terms may be
found here.
See page 120 for restrictions on the options avail-
able in each shooting mode.
Memory Cards
Memory Cards
Picturescanbestoredinthecamera’sinternalmemoryoronoptionalSD,SDHC,andSDXCmemorycards(P15),
referred to in this manual as“memory cards.”
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Task Index
Task Index
Find items by task.
■ Taking Photographs
The optical viewfinder.................................................6, 18
Power management.......................................................... 23
Shutter sounds...................................................................... 22
The self-timer......................................................................... 44
■ Choosing Image Quality and Size
Image size................................................................................ 69
Image quality......................................................................... 70
RAW images............................................................................ 56
Color space.............................................................................. 86
■ Focusing
Focus mode............................................................................ 48
Focus frame selection....................................................... 50
Focus lock................................................................................. 46
Manual focus.......................................................................... 48
■ Adjusting Exposure
ISO sensitivity......................................................................... 51
Auto ISO.................................................................................... 84
Metering.................................................................................... 52
Shutter speed and aperture ......................................... 28
Program autoexposure.................................................... 24
Shutter priority autoexposure..................................... 25
Aperture priority autoexposure.................................. 26
Manual exposure................................................................. 27
Long time exposures......................................................... 29
Exposure lock......................................................................... 46
Exposure compensation................................................. 30
■ Adjusting Colors to the Light Source
White balance........................................................................ 35
Film simulation...................................................................... 54
Dynamic range ..................................................................... 70
Color/tone/sharpness................................................70, 71
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Task Index
■ Choosing a Drive Mode
Burst photography.............................................................. 37
Bracketing................................................................................ 38
Panoramas............................................................................... 39
Movies........................................................................................ 42
■ Using the Flash
The built-in flash..............................................................2, 32
Flash photography ............................................................. 32
Flash mode.............................................................................. 32
Flash compensation .......................................................... 71
Optional flash units..................................................71, 100
■ Custom Settings
Assigning a role to the Fn button.............................. 53
Saving and recalling settings....................................... 55
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Caring for the Camera
Caring for the Camera
For continued enjoyment of your camera, use a soft, dry cloth to clean the camera body after each
use. Do not use alcohol, thinner, or other volatile chemicals, which could discolor or deform the leather
on the camera body. Any liquid on the camera should be removed immediately with a soft, dry cloth.
Use a blower to remove dust from the lens and monitor, then gently wipe with a soft, dry cloth. Any
remaining stains can be removed by wiping gently with a piece of FUJIFILM lens-cleaning paper to
which a small amount of lens-cleaning fluid has been applied. Care should be taken to avoid scratch-
ing the lens or monitor.
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Table of Contents
For Your Safety.....................................................................................ii
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.........................................ii
Safety Notes.......................................................................................iii
NOTICES..............................................................................................vii
About This Manual..........................................................................viii
Task Index .............................................................................................ix
Caring for the Camera.....................................................................xi
Before You Begin
Before You Begin
Symbols and Conventions..............................................................1
Supplied Accessories........................................................................1
Parts of the Camera...........................................................................2
The Command Dial ..........................................................................4
The Command Control...................................................................5
Camera Displays................................................................................6
Shooting: Optical Viewfinder....................................................6
Shooting: Electronic Viewfinder...............................................7
Shooting: LCD Monitor................................................................7
Playback: Electronic Viewfinder/LCD Monitor....................8
First Steps
First Steps
Attaching the Strap...........................................................................9
Charging the Battery ..................................................................... 11
Inserting the Battery and a Memory Card........................... 12
Compatible Memory Cards..................................................... 15
Turning the Camera on and Off................................................ 16
Basic Setup......................................................................................... 17
Choosing a Display......................................................................... 18
Using the Hybrid Viewfinder..................................................... 19
Focusing the Viewfinder ............................................................. 19
The DISP/BACK Button....................................................................... 20
Optical Viewfinder: Shooting................................................. 20
Electronic Viewfinder: Shooting............................................ 20
LCD Monitor: Shooting............................................................. 20
Electronic Viewfinder/LCD Monitor: Playback................. 21
Choosing a Shutter Sound.......................................................... 22
Power Management....................................................................... 23
GOVF POWER SAVE MODE...................................................... 23
HQUICK START MODE............................................................... 23
Taking Photographs
Taking Photographs
Program AE (P).................................................................................. 24
Shutter-Priority AE (S) ................................................................... 25
Aperture-Priority AE (A) ............................................................... 26
Manual Exposure (M)..................................................................... 27
Shutter Speed and Aperture...................................................... 28
Long Time-Exposures (T/B)......................................................... 29
Time (T).............................................................................................. 29
Bulb (B)............................................................................................... 29
Exposure Compensation.............................................................. 30
Focusing and Taking Pictures.................................................... 31
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More on Photography
More on Photography
NUsing the Flash (Super-Intelligent Flash)......................... 32
FMacro Mode (Close-ups)......................................................... 34
White Balance ................................................................................... 35
IContinuous Shooting (Burst Mode).................................. 37
Bracketing........................................................................................... 38
Panoramas.......................................................................................... 39
FRecording High-Definition (HD) Movies......................... 42
Before Recording ........................................................................... 43
hUsing the Self-Timer ................................................................. 44
Focus/Exposure Lock..................................................................... 46
Focus Mode........................................................................................ 48
Focus Frame Selection.................................................................. 50
Sensitivity ........................................................................................... 51
Metering.............................................................................................. 52
The Fn Button.................................................................................... 53
Film Simulation ................................................................................ 54
Saving Settings................................................................................. 55
The RAW Button............................................................................... 56
The ND Filter...................................................................................... 57
Viewing Pictures
Viewing Pictures
Viewing Pictures Full Frame....................................................... 58
Playback Zoom ............................................................................... 59
Multi-Frame Playback................................................................... 60
Viewing Movies................................................................................ 61
Image Search..................................................................................... 62
mPhotoBook Assist...................................................................... 63
Creating a PhotoBook.................................................................. 63
Viewing Photobooks .................................................................... 64
Editing and Deleting Photobooks........................................... 64
Viewing Panoramas........................................................................ 65
Viewing Pictures Taken in a Single Burst.............................. 66
xDeleting Pictures....................................................................... 67
Creating JPEG Copies of RAW Pictures.................................. 68
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Menus
Menus
Using the Menus: Shooting Mode........................................... 69
Shooting Menu Options.............................................................. 69
BSELF-TIMER.............................................................................. 69
NISO.............................................................................................. 69
OIMAGE SIZE.............................................................................. 69
TIMAGE QUALITY.................................................................... 70
UDYNAMIC RANGE.................................................................. 70
PFILM SIMULATION................................................................ 70
tND FILTER................................................................................. 70
dWB SHIFT.................................................................................. 70
fCOLOR....................................................................................... 70
HSHARPNESS............................................................................. 71
rHIGHLIGHT TONE.................................................................. 71
sSHADOW TONE ..................................................................... 71
hNOISE REDUCTION............................................................... 71
FAF MODE.................................................................................. 71
IFLASH........................................................................................ 71
gEXTERNAL FLASH ................................................................. 71
uSELECT CUSTOM SETTING................................................ 72
KEDIT/SAVE CUSTOM SETTING.......................................... 72
vDISP. CUSTOM SETTING ..................................................... 72
Using the Menus: Playback Mode............................................ 73
Playback Menu Options.............................................................. 73
mPHOTOBOOK ASSIT.............................................................. 73
tIMAGE SEARCH...................................................................... 73
AERASE........................................................................................ 73
jMARK FOR UPLOAD TO...................................................... 74
ISLIDE SHOW........................................................................... 75
jRAW CONVERSION............................................................... 75
BRED EYE REMOVAL............................................................... 75
DPROTECT.................................................................................. 76
GCROP.......................................................................................... 76
eRESIZE ....................................................................................... 77
CIMAGE ROTATE....................................................................... 77
ECOPY.......................................................................................... 78
KPRINT ORDER (DPOF).......................................................... 78
JDISP ASPECT........................................................................... 78
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The Setup Menu............................................................................... 79
Using the Setup Menu................................................................. 79
Setup Menu Options.................................................................... 80
FDATE/TIME............................................................................... 80
NTIME DIFFERENCE................................................................. 80
La................................................................................ 80
oSILENT MODE......................................................................... 80
RRESET......................................................................................... 80
KFORMAT.................................................................................... 81
AIMAGE DISP.............................................................................. 81
BFRAME NO............................................................................... 82
GOPERATION VOL.................................................................... 82
HSHUTTER VOLUME ............................................................... 82
eSHUTTER SOUND.................................................................. 82
IPLAYBACK VOLUME............................................................. 82
JLCD BRIGHTNESS.................................................................. 83
MAUTO POWER OFF................................................................ 83
GOVF POWER SAVE MODE................................................... 83
HQUICK START MODE............................................................ 83
FFn BUTTON.............................................................................. 83
NISO AUTO CONTROL............................................................ 84
BRED EYE REMOVAL............................................................... 84
CAF ILLUMINATOR .................................................................. 85
kAE/AF-LOCK MODE.............................................................. 85
vAE/AF-LOCK BUTTON.......................................................... 85
jFOCUS CHECK........................................................................ 85
IFOCUS RING............................................................................ 85
MFOCUS SCALE UNITS........................................................... 85
zFRAMING GUIDLINE ............................................................ 86
JCOLOR SPACE......................................................................... 86
KLONG EXPOSURE NR........................................................... 86
nSAVE ORG IMAGE.................................................................. 87
mAUTOROTATE PB ................................................................... 87
OBACKGROUND COLOR........................................................ 87
cGUIDANCE DISPLAY............................................................. 87
GCORRECTED AF FRAME...................................................... 87
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Connections
Connections
Viewing Pictures on TV................................................................. 88
Printing Pictures via USB ............................................................. 89
Connecting the Camera.............................................................. 89
Printing Selected Pictures .......................................................... 89
Printing the DPOF Print Order.................................................. 90
Creating a DPOF Print Order...................................................... 91
WITH DATE s/WITHOUT DATE........................................... 92
RESET ALL....................................................................................... 93
Viewing Pictures on a Computer.............................................. 94
Windows: Installing MyFinePix Studio .................................. 94
Macintosh: Installing FinePixViewer....................................... 96
Connecting the Camera.............................................................. 98
Technical Notes
Technical Notes
Optional Accessories....................................................................100
Accessories from FUJIFILM.......................................................100
Attaching Adapter Rings and Lens Hoods.........................101
Connecting the Camera to Other Devices.........................102
Caring for the Camera.................................................................103
Storage and Use...........................................................................103
Cleaning ..........................................................................................104
Traveling..........................................................................................104
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Problems and Solutions.............................................................105
Warning Messages and Displays............................................109
Appendix
Appendix
Glossary .............................................................................................113
Internal Memory/Memory Card Capacity..........................114
Specifications..................................................................................115
Restrictions on Camera Settings............................................120
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Before
You
Begin
Before You Begin
Before You Begin
Symbols and Conventions
Symbols and Conventions
The following symbols are used in this manual:
Q This information should be read before use to ensure correct operation.
R Additional information that may be helpful when using the camera.
POther pages in this manual on which related information may be found.
Menus and other text in the displays are shown in bold. In the illustrations in this manual, displays may
be simplified for explanatory purposes.
Supplied Accessories
Supplied Accessories
The following items are included with the camera:
NP-95 rechargeable battery BC-65N battery charger Lens cap USB cable
• Owner’s Manual (this
manual)
• Shoulder strap
• Protective covers (× 2)
CD-ROM Clip attaching tool Metal strap clips (×2)
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Parts of the Camera
Parts of the Camera
For more information, refer to the page listed to the right of each item.
1 Shutter button..................................................31
2 Exposure compensation dial.............................30
3 Shutter speed dial.................................24, 25, 27
4 Hot shoe...................................................71, 102
5 Flash.................................................................32
6 Microphone (L).................................................42
7 Viewfinder window....................................18, 19
8 Strap eyelet ........................................................9
9 Focus mode selector.........................................48
10 Aperture ring........................................24, 26, 27
11 Focus ring.........................................................48
12 Lens................................................................104
13 Front ring........................................................101
14 AF-assist illuminator.........................................85
Self-timer lamp................................................45
15 Viewfinder selector...........................................19
16 Microphone (R).................................................42
17 ON/OFF switch.................................................16
18 Fn (Function) button........................................53
19 Battery latch...............................................12, 14
20 Memory card slot..............................................13
21 Battery chamber...............................................12
22 Eye sensor.........................................................18
23 Command control...............................................5
24 Connector cover....................................88, 89, 98
25 Cable channel cover for DC coupler
26 Battery-chamber cover latch ............................12
27 Battery-chamber cover.....................................12
28 Tripod mount
29 Speaker.............................................................61
30 LCD monitor....................................................7, 8
31 USB connector............................................89, 98
32 HDMI mini connector........................................88
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Before
You
Begin
Parts of the Camera
36 AF (autofocus) button ......................................50
n (playback zoom out) button..................59, 60
37 VIEW MODE button.........................................18
38 AFL/AEL (focus lock/exposure) button.......46, 48
39 Indicator lamp (see below)
40 MENU/OK button...............................................4
41 Command dial....................................................4
42 RAW button .....................................................56
43 DISP (display)/BACK button............................20
33 Diopter adjustment control...............................19
34 a (playback) button.......................................58
35 AE (autoexposure) button ................................52
k (playback zoom in) button....................59, 60
The Indicator Lamp
The Indicator Lamp
The indicator lamp shows camera status as follows:
Indicator lamp
Indicator lamp Camera status
Camera status
Glows green
Glows green Focus locked.
Blinks green
Blinks green Blur, focus, or exposure warning. Picture can be taken.
Blinks green and orange
Blinks green and orange Recording pictures. Additional pictures can be taken.
Glows orange
Glows orange Recording pictures. No additional pictures can be taken at this time.
Blinks orange
Blinks orange Flash charging; flash will not fire when picture is taken.
Blinks red
Blinks red Lens or memory error.
Indicator lamp
R Warnings may also appear in the display (P109)
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Parts of the Camera
TheCommandDial
TheCommandDial
Rotate the command dial or press it up (q), right (w), down (e), or left (r) to highlight items and
press MENU/OK (t) to select.
The command dial also serves as the following buttons:
q: b (delete) button (P58)/DRIVE button (P37)
w: N (flash) button (P32)
e: WB (white balance) button (P35)
r: F (macro) button (P34)
You can also rotate the command dial to choose a combination of shutter speed and aperture
(program shift; P24) or to adjust shutter speed in increments of 1/3EV (P25, 27).
Control Lock
Control Lock
To lock the RAW button and prevent the command dial being used as a DRIVE, flash, white balance, or macro
button, press MENU/OK until X is displayed.This prevents accidental operation of these controls during shooting.
The controls can be unlocked by pressing MENU/OK until X is no longer displayed.
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Before
You
Begin
Parts of the Camera
TheCommandControl
TheCommandControl
Pressing the command control left or right performs the same function as pressing the command dial
left or right. It can also be used to choose a combination of shutter speed and aperture in place of the
command dial (program shift; P24) or to adjust aperture in increments of 1/3EV (P26, 27).
You can also press the center of the command dial to zoom in on the focus area selected for manual
focus in the electronic viewfinder or LCD monitor, or to zoom in on the active focus point during play-
backor(ifCONTINUOUSisselectedforAIMAGEDISP. inthesetupmenu;P81)imagereview(press
again to cancel zoom).
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Parts of the Camera
CameraDisplays
CameraDisplays
The following types of indicator may be displayed during shooting and playback. Indicators vary with
camera settings.
■ Shooting: OpticalViewfinder
0.1 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 3.0 5.0 10m
F
P
100
F5.6 200
2000
F
100
1 Manual focus indicator .....................................48
2 Flash mode.......................................................32
3 Metering...........................................................52
4 White balance...................................................35
5 Film simulation.................................................54
6 Dynamic range .................................................70
7 ND (Neutral Density) filter indicator .................57
8 Internal memory indicator*
9 Number of available frames............................114
10 Image quality and size................................69, 70
11 Battery level.....................................................16
12 Focus frame................................................46, 50
13 Virtual horizon..................................................72
14 Temperature warning.....................................112
15 Bright frame
16 Distance indicator.......................................48, 85
17 Sensitivity.........................................................51
18 Aperture...............................................24, 26, 27
19 Shutter speed.......................................24, 25, 27
20 Shooting mode...............................24, 25, 26, 27
21 Histogram.........................................................21
22 Exposure compensation/
exposure indicator......................................27, 30
*a: indicates that no memory card is inserted and that
pictures will be stored in the camera’s internal memory
(P13).
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Before
You
Begin
Parts of the Camera
■ Shooting: ElectronicViewfinder
0.1 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 3.0 5.0 10m
F
100
P 2000 F5.6 200
1 Manual focus indicator .....................................48
2 Metering...........................................................52
3 Continuous mode .............................................37
4 Silent mode indicator .......................................22
5 Virtual horizon..................................................72
6 Internal memory indicator*
7 Focus warning ..........................................31, 109
8 Number of available frames............................114
9 Temperature warning.....................................112
10 Image quality and size................................69, 70
11 Dynamic range .................................................70
12 Film simulation.................................................54
13 White balance...................................................35
14 Battery level.....................................................16
15 ND (Neutral Density) filter indicator .................57
16 Distance indicator.......................................48, 85
17 Sensitivity.........................................................51
18 Blur warning...................................................109
19 Aperture...............................................24, 26, 27
20 Shutter speed.......................................24, 25, 27
21 Shooting mode.................................................24
22 Histogram.........................................................21
23 Exposure compensation/
exposure indicator......................................27, 30
24 Self-timer indicator ..........................................44
25 Macro (close-up) mode.....................................34
26 Flash mode.......................................................32
27 Depth-of-field preview.....................................26
28 Focus frame................................................46, 50
*a: indicates that no memory card is inserted and that
pictures will be stored in the camera’s internal memory
(P13).
■ Shooting: LCD Monitor
F
2000
1 F5.6
000100
P 200
1 Flash mode.......................................................32
2 Macro (close-up) mode.....................................34
3 Metering...........................................................52
4 Continuous mode .............................................37
5 Silent mode indicator .......................................22
6 ND (Neutral Density) filter indicator .................57
7 Internal memory indicator*
8 Number of available frames............................114
9 Temperature warning.....................................112
10 Image quality and size................................69, 70
11 Dynamic range .................................................70
12 Film simulation.................................................54
13 White balance...................................................35
14 Battery level.....................................................16
15 Sensitivity.........................................................51
16 Aperture...............................................24, 26, 27
17 Focus frame/focus point .............................46, 50
18 Shutter speed.......................................24, 25, 27
19 Shooting mode.................................................24
20 Focus mode ......................................................48
21 Self-timer indicator ..........................................44
22 Exposure compensation/
exposure indicator......................................27, 30
*a: indicates that no memory card is inserted and that
pictures will be stored in the camera’s internal memory
(P13).
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Parts of the Camera
■ Playback: ElectronicViewfinder/LCD Monitor
100-0001
100-0001
12/31/2050
12/31/2050
1/1000 F4.5 200
10:00 AM
10:00 AM
2
-1 3
3:2
3:2F
F
YouTube
1 Rating...............................................................58
2 Red-eye removal indicator................................75
3 Silent mode indicator .......................................22
4 Gift image.........................................................58
5 Frame number..................................................82
6 Playback mode indicator...................................58
7 Mark for upload to............................................74
8 Photobook assist indicator................................63
9 DPOF print indicator .........................................90
10 Protected image...............................................76
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First
Steps
First Steps
First Steps
Attaching the Strap
Attaching the Strap
Attach the strap clips to the camera and then attach the strap.
1 Open a strap clip.
Use the clip attaching tool to open a strap clip
as shown.
Q Keep the tool in a safe place. You will need it to
open the strap clips when removing the strap.
2 Place the strap clip on an eyelet.
Hook the strap eyelet in the clip opening. Re-
move the tool, using the other hand to keep
the clip in place.
3 Pass the clip through the eyelet.
Rotate the clip fully through
the eyelet until it clicks
closed.
4 Attach a protective cover.
Place a protective cover over the eyelet as
shown, with the black side of the cover toward
the camera. Repeat Steps 1–4 for the second
eyelet.
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Attaching the Strap
5 Insert the strap.
Insert the strap through a protective cover
and strap clip.
6 Fasten the strap.
Fasten the strap as shown. Repeat Steps 5–6
for the second eyelet.
Q To avoid dropping the camera, be sure the strap is
correctly secured.
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First
Steps
Charging the Battery
Charging the Battery
The battery is not charged at shipment. Charge
the battery before use.
1 Place the battery in the supplied battery
charger.
Insert the battery in the orientation indicated
by the DFC labels.
Battery charger
DFC
label
Battery
DFC label
Charge
lamp Arrow
The camera uses an NP-95 rechargeable battery.
R Attach the supplied adapter
before charging the battery
(the adapter is attached at
shipment).
Adapter
2 Plug the charger in.
Plug the charger into a power outlet. The
charging indicator will light.
The Charging Indicator
The Charging Indicator
The charging indicator shows battery charge sta-
tus as follows:
Charging
Charging
indicator
indicator
Battery status
Battery status Action
Action
Off
Off
Battery not
Battery not
inserted.
inserted.
Insert the battery.
Insert the battery.
Battery fully
Battery fully
charged.
charged.
Remove the battery.
Remove the battery.
On
On Battery charging.
Battery charging. —
—
Blinks
Blinks Battery fault.
Battery fault.
Unplug the charger
Unplug the charger
and remove the
and remove the
battery.
battery.
3 Charge the battery.
Remove the battery when charging is com-
plete. Seethespecifications(P118)forcharg-
ing times (note that charging times increase
at low temperatures).
Q Unplug the charger when it is not in use.
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Inserting the Battery and a Memory Card
Inserting the Battery and a Memory Card
Although the camera can store pictures in internal memory, optional SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory
cards (sold separately) can be used to store additional pictures. After charging the battery, insert the
battery and memory card as described below.
1 Open the battery-chamber cover.
R Be sure the camera is off before opening the
battery-chamber cover.
Q Do not open the battery-chamber cover when
the camera is on. Failure to observe this precau-
tion could damage image files or memory cards.
Q Do not use excessive force when handling the
battery-chamber cover.
2 Insert the battery.
Insert the battery as shown inside the battery
chamber, using the battery to keep the bat-
tery latch pressed to one side.
Battery latch
Arrow
Q Insert the battery in the correct orientation. Do
not use force or attempt to insert the battery up-
side down or backwards. The battery will slide in
easily in the correct orientation.
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First
Steps
Inserting the Battery and a Memory Card
3 Insert the memory card.
Holding the memory
card in the orientation
shown at right, slide
it in until it clicks into
place at the back of
the slot. Click
Q Be sure card is in the correct orientation; do not
insert at an angle or use force. If the memory
card is not correctly inserted or no memory card
is inserted, a will appear in the display and in-
ternal memory will be used for recording and
playback.
Q SD/SDHC/SDXC memo-
ry cards can be locked,
making it impossible to
format the card or to
record or delete images.
Before inserting a memory card, slide the write-
protect switch to the unlocked position.
4 Close the battery-chamber cover.
Write-protect switch
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Inserting the Battery and a Memory Card
Removing the Battery and Memory Card
Removing the Battery and Memory Card
Before removing the battery or memory card, turn
the camera off and open the battery-chamber cover.
To remove the battery, press
the battery latch to the side,
and slide the battery out of
the camera as shown. Battery latch
To remove the memory card,
press it in and release it slowly.
The card can then be removed
by hand. When a memory card
is removed, the card could
come out of the slot too quickly. Use your finger to
hold it and gently release the card.
Q
Q Batteries
Batteries
• Remove dirt from the battery terminals with a clean,
dry cloth. Failure to observe this precaution could
prevent the battery from charging.
• Do not affix stickers or other objects to the battery.
Failure to observe this precaution could make it im-
possible to remove the battery from the camera.
• Do not short the battery terminals. The battery could
overheat.
• Read the cautions in “The Battery and Power Supply”
(Piv).
• Use only battery chargers designated for use with the
battery. Failure to observe this precaution could re-
sult in product malfunction.
• Do not remove the labels from the battery or attempt
to split or peel the outer casing.
• The battery gradually loses its charge when not in
use. Charge the battery one or two days before use.
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First
Steps
Inserting the Battery and a Memory Card
■ Compatible Memory Cards
FUJIFILM and SanDisk SD, SDHC, and SDXC mem-
ory cards have been approved for use in the cam-
era. A complete list of approved memory cards
is available at http://www.fujifilm.com/support/
digital_cameras/compatibility/. Operation is not
guaranteed with other cards. The camera can not
be used with xD-Picture Cards or MultiMediaCard
(MMC) devices.
Q
Q Memory Cards
Memory Cards
• Do not turn the camera off or remove the memory
card while the memory card is being formatted or
data are being recorded to or deleted from the card.
Failure to observe this precaution could damage the
card.
• Format memory cards before first use, and be sure
to reformat all memory cards after using them in a
computer or other device. For more information on
formatting memory cards, see page 81.
• Memory cards are small and can be swallowed; keep
out of reach of children. If a child swallows a memory
card, seek medical assistance immediately.
• miniSD or microSD adapters that are larger or smaller
than the standard dimensions of an SD/SDHC/SDXC
card may not eject normally; if the card does not
eject, take the camera to an authorized service repre-
sentative. Do not forcibly remove the card.
• Do not affix labels to memory cards. Peeling labels
can cause camera malfunction.
• Movie recording may be interrupted with some types
of SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card. Use a G card
or better when shooting HD movies.
• The data in internal memory may be erased or cor-
rupted when the camera is repaired. Please note that
the repairer will be able to view pictures in internal
memory.
• Formatting a memory card or internal memory in the
camera creates a folder in which pictures are stored.
Do not rename or delete this folder or use a comput-
er or other device to edit, delete, or rename image
files. Always use the camera to delete pictures from
memory cards and internal memory; before editing
or renaming files, copy them to a computer and edit
or rename the copies, not the originals. Renaming
the files on the camera can cause problems during
playback.
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Turning the Camera on and Off
Turning the Camera on and Off
Rotate the ON/OFF switch to ON to turn the camera on. Select OFF to turn
the camera off.
R Press the a button to start playback. Press the shutter button halfway to
return to shooting mode.
R The camera will turn off automatically if no operations are performed for the
length of time selected for MAUTO POWER OFF (P83). To reactivate the camera after it has turned off auto-
matically, press the shutter button halfway or turn the ON/OFF switch to OFF and then back to ON.
R For information on other power saving and startup options, see page 23.
Q Fingerprints and other marks on the lens or viewfinder can affect pictures or the view through the viewfinder.
Keep the lens and viewfinder clean.
Battery Level
Battery Level
After turning the camera on, check the battery level in the display.
Indicator
Indicator Description
Description
D (white) Battery partially discharged.
C (white) Battery more than half discharged
B (red) Low battery. Charge as soon as possible.
A (blinks red) Battery exhausted. Turn camera off and recharge battery.
P
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First
Steps
Basic Setup
Basic Setup
A language-selection dialog is displayed the first time the camera is turned on. Set up the camera as
described below (you can reset the clock or change languages at any time using the FDATE/TIME
orLa optionsinthesetupmenu;forinformationondisplayingthesetupmenu,seepage80).
1 Choose a language.
START MENU
NO
SET
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
FRANCAIS
Highlight a language and press MENU/OK.
R Press DISP/BACK to skip the current step. Any steps you skip will be displayed
the next time the camera is turned on.
2 Set the date and time.
NO
SET
2013
2012
2010
2009
1. 1 12:00
AM
2011
YY. MM. DD
DATE/TIME NOT SET Press the command dial left or right to highlight the year, month, day,
hour, or minute and press up or down to change. To change the order
in which the year, month, and day are displayed, highlight the date
format and press the command dial up or down. Press MENU/OK to exit
to shooting mode when settings are complete.
R If the battery is removed for an extended period, the camera clock will be reset and the language-selection
dialog will be displayed when the camera is turned on.
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Choosing a Display
Choosing a Display
The camera is equipped with a hybrid optical/electronic viewfinder
(OVF/EVF) and an LCD monitor (LCD). Press VIEW MODE to choose a dis-
play.
LCD
OVF/EVF OVF/EVF
LCD
Automatic display selection
using eye sensor
Viewfinder only LCD monitor only
Automatic Display Selection
Automatic Display Selection
In this mode, the viewfinder turns on automatically when you put your eye to the view-
finder, and the LCD monitor turns on when you take your eye away (note that the eye sensor
may respond to objects other than your eye or to light shining directly on the sensor).
Eye sensor
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First
Steps
Choosing a Display
UsingtheHybridViewfinder
UsingtheHybridViewfinder
Use the viewfinder selector to
choose between optical and
electronic viewfinders.
P F5.6 200
2000
0.1 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 3.0 5.0 10m
P 2000 F5.6 200
0.1 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 3.0 5.0 10m
Optical viewfinder display Electronic viewfinder display
FocusingtheViewfinder
FocusingtheViewfinder
The camera is equipped with
diopter adjustment (–2–+1m–1
(dpt)) to accommodate individ-
ual differences in vision. Rotate
the diopter adjustment control
until the viewfinder display is in sharp focus.
Choosing a Display
Choosing a Display
Choose a display according to the task.
Display
Display Description
Description
Optical
Optical
viewfinder
viewfinder
(OVF)
(OVF)
This display is immune from digital video effects and allows the subject to be viewed directly with no display
lag. Subjects are always in focus, allowing you to check their expression at any time, while a field of view
slightly larger than that of the lens makes it easier to locate your subject without removing your eye from
the viewfinder. The viewfinder window is however at a slight distance from the lens, with the result that the
display in the viewfinder may differ slightly from the final photograph due to parallax.
Electronic
Electronic
viewfinder
viewfinder
(EVF)
(EVF)
This display shows the view through the lens and has exactly the same field of view, allowing you to frame
your subjects precisely and preview focus, depth of field, exposure, and white balance (although there may
be a slight display lag). It can also be used to view photographs after shooting.
LCD monitor
LCD monitor
This display is identical to the electronic viewfinder, except that its large size makes it easier to view shooting
indicators and the view through the lens. It may however be difficult to see in bright light.
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The
The DISP/BACK
DISP/BACK Button
Button
The DISP/BACK button controls the display of indicators in the viewfinder and LCD monitor.
■ OpticalViewfinder: Shooting
P F5.6 200
2000
0.1 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 3.0 5.0 10m
F
P
100
0.1 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 3.0 5.0 10m
F5.6 200
2000
Standard display Custom display
■ ElectronicViewfinder: Shooting
P 2000 F5.6 200
0.1 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 3.0 5.0 10m
F
P
100
2000 F5.6 200
0.1 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 3.0 5.0 10m
Standard display Custom display
■ LCD Monitor: Shooting
Detailed display Standard display
F
2000
1 F5.6
000100
P 200
P 2000 F5.6 200
0.1 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 3.0 5.0 10m
F
P
100
2000 F5.6 200
0.1 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 3.0 5.0 10m
Custom display
Custom Display
Custom Display
Choose items for display using vDISP. CUSTOM SETTING in the shooting menu (P72):
Framing grid Exposure compensation/exposure indicator Dynamic range
Virtual horizon Metering Number of exposures remaining/media
Autofocus distance Flash mode Image quality and size
Histogram White balance Battery level
Exposure (shutter speed, aperture, and sensitivity) Film simulation
R See pages6–7 for the locations of these items in the displays.
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First
Steps
The DISP/BACK Buttion
■ ElectronicViewfinder/LCD Monitor: Playback
Indicators displayed Indicators hidden Favorites Photo information
100-0001
100-0001
12/31/2050
12/31/2050
1/1000 F4.5
10:00 AM
10:00 AM
2
-1 3
3:2
3:2F
F
200
100-0001
100-0001
3
12/31/2050 10:00 AM
:
:
:
: OFF
ISO 200
1/1000 F4.5
2
3
-1
12/31/2050 10:00 AM
100-0001
3:2 F
Q The optical viewfinder can not be used for playback.
Histograms
Histograms
Histograms show the distribution of tones in the im-
age. Brightness is shown by the horizontal axis, the
number of pixels by the vertical axis.
Pixel brightness
No. of pixels
Shadows Highlights
Optimal exposure: Pixels are distrib-
uted in an even curve through-
out the tone range.
Overexposed: Pixels are clustered
on the right side of the graph.
Underexposed: Pixels are clustered
on the left side of the graph.
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Choosing a Shutter Sound
Choosing a Shutter Sound
Use the eSHUTTER SOUND item in the setup menu to choose the sound made by the shutter.
1 Press MENU/OK to display the menus.
2 Press the command dial left to se-
lect the tab for the current menu.
Tab
SET
SHOOTING MENU
DYNAMIC RANGE
F
3:2
ISO 200
SELF-TIMER OFF
FILM SIMULATION
P
IMAGE SIZE
IMAGE QUALITY
EXIT
3 Highlight the setup menu tab (X)
and press the command dial right to
place the cursor in the setup menu.
4 Highlight eSHUTTER SOUND
and press the command dial right.
SET
SET-UP
IMAGE DISP.
FRAME NO.
SHUTTER VOLUME
OPERATION VOL.
SHUTTER SOUND
PLAYBACK VOLUME
1.5 SEC
CONT.
SOUND 1
SOUND 2
SOUND 3
5 Highlight one of the following op-
tions and press MENU/OK.
• i: A leaf shutter sound.
• j: A focal plane shutter sound.
• k: A mirror reflex sound.
6 Press DISP/BACK to return to shooting
mode.
Silent Mode
Silent Mode
In situations in which camera sounds or lights may be unwelcome, press the
DISP/BACK button for a second, or select ON for oSILENT MODE in the setup
menu (P80; note that silent mode is not available during movie playback). The
camera speaker, flash, and AF-assist illuminator/self-timer lamp turn off and
flash and volume settings can not be adjusted.
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First
Steps
Power Management
Power Management
The setup menu contains the following power management options. For information on using the
setup menu, see the previous page.
G
GOVFPOWERSAVEMODE
OVFPOWERSAVEMODE
Selecting ON for GOVF POWER SAVE MODE
approximately doubles the number of photo-
graphs that can be taken with a fully-charged
battery.
R Selecting ON increases the time required for auto-
focus to about 0.4 seconds, compared to about 0.2
seconds when OFF is selected (the time required to
focus varies with the subject).
R When power saving is in effect, shooting informa-
tion is not displayed until the shutter button is
pressed halfway.
Q Power saving is available only when the optical
viewfinder is used.
H
HQUICKSTARTMODE
QUICKSTARTMODE
To reduce camera startup time, select ON for
HQUICK START MODE.
R ON reduces startup time to about 0.7 seconds, com-
pared to about 2.2 seconds when OFF is selected.
Q The camera will need 2.2 seconds to start up if it is
left off for more than about 20 minutes.
Q The camera requires slightly longer to start up when
a short focus distance is selected for manual focus.
Q Selecting ON increases the drain on the battery, re-
ducing the number of pictures that can be taken on
a single charge.
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Taking Photographs
Taking Photographs
Program AE (P)
Program AE (P)
To allow the camera to adjust both shutter speed and aperture
for optimal exposure, rotate the aperture ring and shutter speed
dial to A. P will appear in the display.
Q If the subject is outside the metering range of the camera, the shutter
speed and aperture displays will show“–––”.
P F5.6 200
2000 P 2000 F5.6 200
Optical viewfinder EVF/LCD
Program Shift
Program Shift
If desired, you can rotate the command dial or press the command con-
trol left or right to other combinations of shutter speed and aperture
without altering exposure (program shift). Program shift is not avail-
able when a flash is used, AUTO is selected for UDYNAMIC RANGE
in the shooting menu (P70), or ON is selected for NISO AUTO CON-
TROL in the setup menu (P84).
P 2000 F5.6 200
Shutter speed
Aperture
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Taking
Photographs
Shutter-Priority AE (S)
Shutter-Priority AE (S)
To adjust shutter speed manually while letting the camera select
aperture for optimal exposure, rotate the aperture ring to A and
use the shutter speed dial. S will appear in the display.
Q If the correct exposure can not be achieved at the selected shutter
speed, aperture will be displayed in red when the shutter button is
pressed halfway. Adjust shutter speed until the correct exposure is
achieved.
Q If the subject is outside the metering range of the camera, the aper-
ture display will show“–––”. S 200
F5.6
2000 S 2000 F5.6 200
Optical viewfinder EVF/LCD
R Shutter speed can also be adjusted in increments of 1/3EV by rotating
the command dial.
Command dial
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Aperture-Priority AE (A)
Aperture-Priority AE (A)
To adjust aperture manually while letting the camera select shut-
ter speed for optimal exposure, rotate the shutter speed dial to A
and use the aperture ring. A will appear in the display.
Q If the correct exposure can not be achieved at the selected aper-
ture, the shutter speed will be displayed in red when the shutter but-
ton is pressed halfway. Adjust aperture until the correct exposure is
achieved.
Q If the subject is outside the metering range of the camera, the shutter
speed display will show“–––”.
Q The slowest shutter speed available when ON is selected for GOVF
POWER SAVE MODE is 1/4s (P23).
A F5.6 200
2000 A 2000 F5.6 200
Optical viewfinder EVF/LCD
R Aperture can also be adjusted in increments of 1/3EV by pressing the
command control left or right.
Command control
Depth of Field
Depth of Field
The aperture ring can be used to adjust aperture before recording begins. Choose
a low f-numbers to soften background details. The effect can be heightened by
increasing the distance between your subject and the background.
Previewing Depth of Field
Previewing Depth of Field
When LPREVIEW DEPTH OF FIELD is selected for FFn BUTTON (P53) in the set-up
menu, pressing the Fn button stops aperture down to the selected setting, allowing depth
of field to be previewed in the electronic viewfinder or LCD monitor.
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Taking
Photographs
Manual Exposure (M)
Manual Exposure (M)
Exposure can be altered from the value suggested by the camera
by rotating both the shutter speed dial and aperture ring to set-
tings other than A. M will appear in the display.
R The command dial and command control can be used to adjust
shutter speed and aperture by ±2/3EV from the selected value in steps
of 1/3EV. Use the command dial to adjust shutter speed, the com-
mand control to adjust aperture.
Command dial Command control
M F5.6 200
2000 M 2000 F5.6 200
Optical viewfinder EVF/LCD
R The manual exposure display includes an exposure indicator that
shows the amount the picture would be under- or over-exposed at
current settings.
M 2000 F5.6 200
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Shutter Speed and Aperture
Shutter Speed and Aperture
Because the camera uses a lens-internal shutter, fast shutter speeds may not be available at large
apertures. If the selected combination of shutter speed and aperture is unavailable, shutter speed or
aperture will be displayed in red and the desired exposure may not be achieved.
Aperture
Aperture
Shutter speed
Shutter speed
1
1/
/4000
4000s
s 1
1/
/2000
2000s
s 1
1/
/1000
1000s or slower
s or slower
F2
F2
Not available
Not available
Not available
Not available
Available
Available
F2.8
F2.8
F4
F4
Available
Available
F5.6
F5.6
F8 or above
F8 or above Available
Available
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Taking
Photographs
Long Time-Exposures (T/B)
Long Time-Exposures (T/B)
Select a shutter speed of T (time) or B (bulb) for long time-exposures.
R Use of a tripod is recommended to prevent the camera from moving during the exposure.
R To reduce “noise” (mottling) in long time-exposures, select ON for KLONG EXPOSURE NR in the set-up
menu. Note that this may increase the time needed to record images after shooting.
Time(T)
Time(T)
1 Rotate the shutter speed dial to T.
2 Rotate the command dial to choose
a shutter speed between 1/2s and
30s in steps of 1/3EV.
S 1” F5.6 200
3 Press the shutter button all the way
down to take a picture at the select-
ed shutter speed.
Bulb(B)
Bulb(B)
1 Rotate the shutter speed dial to B.
2 Press the shutter button all the way
down. The shutter will remain open
for up to 60 minutes while the shut-
ter button is pressed.
R Rotating the aperture ring to A fixes shutter speed
at 30s.
Using a Remote Release
Using a Remote Release
A remote release (available from third-party suppli-
ers) can be used for long time-exposures.
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Exposure Compensation
Exposure Compensation
Rotate the exposure compensation dial to adjust exposure when photographing very bright,
very dark, or high-contrast subjects. The effect is visible in the LCD monitor and electronic
viewfinder; when using the optical viewfinder, use the exposure indicator to check exposure.
Exposure compensation indicator
P F5.6 200
2000 P 2000 F5.6 200
2000
1 F5.6
000100
P 200
F
OVF EVF LCD
Choose positive values (+) to
increase exposure
Choose negative values (–) to
reduce exposure
Choosing an Exposure CompensationValue
Choosing an Exposure CompensationValue
• Backlit subjects: Choose values
from +2/3EV to +12/3EV (for an
explanation of the term “EV”,
see the Glossary on page 113).
• Highly reflective subjects or very
bright scenes (e.g., snowfields): +1EV
• Scenes that are mostly sky: +1EV
• Spotlit subjects (particularly if photographed against dark back-
grounds): –2/3EV
• Subjects with low reflectivity (pine trees or dark-colored foliage):
–2/3EV
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Taking
Photographs
Focusing and Taking Pictures
Focusing and Taking Pictures
Press the shutter button halfway to focus and the rest of the way down to shoot.
1 Focus.
Frame the picture with your subject in the center focus area and press the shutter button
halfway to focus.
R If the subject is poorly lit, the AF-assist illuminator may light (P85).
Ifthecameraisabletofocus, it will beep twice and focus area will glow green. Focus and exposure will
lock while the shutter button is pressed halfway.
If the camera is unable to focus, the focus frame will turn red, and s will be displayed.
2 Shoot.
Smoothly press the shutter button the rest of the way down to take the picture.
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More on Photography
More on Photography
N
NUsing the Flash (Super-Intelligent Flash)
Using the Flash (Super-Intelligent Flash)
When the flash is used, the camera’s Super-Intelligent Flash system instantly analyzes the scene based
on such factors as the brightness of the subject, its position in the frame, and its distance from the
camera. Flash output and sensitivity are adjusted to ensure that the main subject is correctly exposed
while preserving the effects of ambient background lighting, even in dimly-lit indoor scenes. Use the
flash when lighting is poor, for example when shooting at night or indoors under low light.
To choose a flash mode, press the command dial right (N) to display the following
options, then rotate the dial or press it left or right to highlight an option and press
MENU/OK to select.
Mode
Mode Description
Description
AUTO
AUTO (AUTO FLASH)
(AUTO FLASH)/
/
K
K (RED EYE REDUCTION)
(RED EYE REDUCTION)*
* The flash fires when required. Recommended in most situations.
N
N (FORCED FLASH)
(FORCED FLASH)/
/
L
L (FORCED FLASH)
(FORCED FLASH)*
*
The flash fires whenever a picture is taken. Use for backlit subjects or for natural
coloration when shooting in bright light.
P
P (SUPPRESSED FLASH)
(SUPPRESSED FLASH)
The flash does not fire even when the subject is poorly lit. Use of a tripod is recom-
mended.
O
O (SLOW SYNCHRO)
(SLOW SYNCHRO)/
/
M
M (RED-EYE & SLOW)
(RED-EYE & SLOW)*
*
Capture both the main subject and the background under low light (note that
brightly lit scenes may be overexposed).
According to
shooting conditions
AUTO FLASH
P
* Red-eye removal (K, L, or M) is available in these modes when ON is selected for BRED
EYEREMOVALinthesetupmenu(P84). Red-eyeremovalminimizes“red-eye”causedwhen
light from the flash is reflected from the subject’s retinas as shown in the illustration at right.
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More
on
Photography
NUsing the Flash (Super-Intelligent Flash)
R If p is displayed when the shutter button is pressed halfway, the flash will fire when the photo is taken.
R The flash may fire several times with each shot. Do not move the camera until shooting is complete.
R Remove lens hoods to prevent shadows in photos taken with the flash.
Q Flash is not fired in silent mode.
Aperture, Sensitivity, and Flash Range
Aperture, Sensitivity, and Flash Range
Flash range varies with sensitivity and aperture.
Aperture at sensitivity of
Aperture at sensitivity of Range
Range
200
200 400
400 800
800 1600
1600 3200
3200 6400
6400 m
m ft.
ft.
—
— —
— —
— —
— —
— 2
2 0.5
0.5–
–18
18 1.6–59
1.6–59
—
— —
— —
— —
— 2
2 2.8
2.8 0.5
0.5–
–13
13 1.6–42
1.6–42
—
— —
— —
— 2
2 2.8
2.8 4
4 0.5
0.5–
–9.0
9.0 1.6–29
1.6–29
—
— —
— 2
2 2.8
2.8 4
4 5.6
5.6 0.5
0.5–
–6.4
6.4 1.6–20
1.6–20
—
— 2
2 2.8
2.8 4
4 5.6
5.6 8
8 0.5
0.5–
–4.5
4.5 1.6–14
1.6–14
2
2 2.8
2.8 4
4 5.6
5.6 8
8 11
11 0.5
0.5–
–3.2
3.2 1.6–10
1.6–10
2.8
2.8 4
4 5.6
5.6 8
8 11
11 16
16 0.5
0.5–
–2.3
2.3 1.6–7.5
1.6–7.5
4
4 5.6
5.6 8
8 11
11 16
16 —
— 0.5
0.5–
–1.6
1.6 1.6–5.2
1.6–5.2
5.6
5.6 8
8 11
11 16
16 —
— —
— 0.5
0.5–
–1.1
1.1 1.6–3.6
1.6–3.6
8
8 11
11 16
16 —
— —
— —
— 0.5
0.5–
–0.8
0.8 1.6–2.6
1.6–2.6
Flash Sync Speed
Flash Sync Speed
The flash will synchronize with the shutter at a shutter speed of 1/2,000s.
Optional Flash Units
Optional Flash Units
The camera can be used with optional EF-20 and EF-42 flash units.
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F
FMacro Mode (Close-ups)
Macro Mode (Close-ups)
To focus at distances as close as 10cm/4in., press the command dial left (F) and
select F. If the optical viewfinder is on, the camera will automatically switch to the
electronic viewfinder (because of parallax, the camera will not focus at distances
of less than 80cm/2.6ft. when the optical viewfinder is used). To exit macro mode,
press the command dial left and select OFF. OFF
OFF
P
R The LCD monitor and electronic viewfinder can be used to focus at short ranges when macro mode is not
selected, but the time needed to focus increases.
R The shadow cast by the lens may appear in photographs taken with the flash at distances under 50cm/19.6in.
Turn the flash off or increase the distance to the subject.

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