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PDF Content Summary: DIGITAL CAMERA FINEPIX S4500 Series FINEPIX S4400 Series FINEPIX S4300 Series FINEPIX S4200 Series Owner’s Manual Thank you for your purchase of this prod- uct. This manual describes how to use your FUJIFILM digital camera and the supplied software. Be sure that you have read and understood its contents and the warnings in “For Your Safety” (pg. ii) before using the camera. For information on related products, visit our website at fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/index.html BL01614-202 EN Before You Begin First Steps Basic Photography and Playback More on Photography More on Playback Movies Connections Menus Troubleshooting

Technical Notes Appendix

ii • Read Instructions: All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is oper- ated. • Retain Instructions: The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. • Heed Warnings: All warnings on the appliance and in the operating in- structions should be adhered to. • Follow Instructions: All operating and use instructions should be fol- lowed. Installation Installation Power Sources: This video product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your appliance dealer or local power company. 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 polar- ized 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 in- sert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do For Your Safety not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug. Alternate Warnings: This video product is equipped with a 3-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 replace 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 and to ensure reliable operation of the video product and to protect it from overheating, and these open- ings must not be blocked or cov- ered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the video prod- uct on a bed, sofa, rug, or other simi- lar surface. This video product should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the man- ufacturer’s instructions have been adhered to. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS This video product should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. This video product should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. 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. Attachments: Do not use attachments not recommended by the video product manufacturer as they may cause hazards. Attachments: Do not use attachments not recommended by the video product manufacturer as they may cause hazards. 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 water – for ex- ample, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, and the like. Water and Moisture: Do not use this video product near water – for ex- ample, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, and the like. Water and Moisture: Do not use this video product near water – for ex- ample, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, and the like. Water and Moisture: Do not use this video product near water – for ex- ample, 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-Sup- ply 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 attention to cords at plugs, conve- nience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the appliance. Power-Cord Protection: Power-Sup- ply 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 attention to cords at plugs, conve- nience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the appliance. Power-Cord Protection: Power-Sup- ply 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 attention to cords at plugs, conve- nience 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 in- jury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the appliance. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manu- facturer, or sold with the video prod- uct. Any mounting of the appliance should follow the manufacturer’s in- structions, and should use a mount- ing accessory recommended by the manufacturer. Accessories: Do not place this video product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The video product may fall, causing serious in- jury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the appliance. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manu- facturer, or sold with the video prod- uct. Any mounting of the appliance should follow the manufacturer’s in- structions, and should use a mount- ing accessory recommended by the manufacturer. Accessories: Do not place this video product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The video product may fall, causing serious in- jury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the appliance. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manu- facturer, or sold with the video prod- uct. Any mounting of the appliance should follow the manufacturer’s in- structions, and should use a mount- ing accessory recommended by the manufacturer. Accessories: Do not place this video product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The video product may fall, causing serious in- jury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the appliance. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manu- facturer, or sold with the video prod- uct. Any mounting of the appliance should follow the manufacturer’s in- structions, and should use a mount- ing accessory recommended by the manufacturer. An appliance and cart com- bination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven sur- faces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn. An appliance and cart com- bination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven sur- faces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn. An appliance and cart com- bination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven sur- faces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn. An appliance and cart com- bination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven sur- faces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn. An appliance and cart com- bination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven sur- faces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn. An appliance and cart com- bination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven sur- faces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn. An appliance and cart com- bination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven sur- faces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn. An appliance and cart com- bination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven sur- faces 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 antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70, provides informa- tion with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting struc- ture, 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 require- ments for the grounding electrode. Antennas Antennas Outdoor Antenna Grounding: If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the video product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70, provides informa- tion with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting struc- ture, 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 require- ments for the grounding electrode. Antennas Antennas Outdoor Antenna Grounding: If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the video product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70, provides informa- tion with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting struc- ture, 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 require- ments for the grounding electrode. Antennas Antennas Outdoor Antenna Grounding: If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the video product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70, provides informa- tion with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting struc- ture, 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 require- ments for the grounding electrode. Antennas Antennas Outdoor Antenna Grounding: If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the video product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70, provides informa- tion with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting struc- ture, 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 require- ments for the grounding electrode. Antennas Antennas Outdoor Antenna Grounding: If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the video product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70, provides informa- tion with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting struc- ture, 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 require- ments for the grounding electrode. Antennas Antennas Outdoor Antenna Grounding: If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the video product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70, provides informa- tion with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting struc- ture, 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 require- ments for the grounding electrode. Antennas Antennas Outdoor Antenna Grounding: If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the video product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70, provides informa- tion with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting struc- ture, 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 require- ments for the grounding electrode. Antennas Antennas Outdoor Antenna Grounding: If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the video product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70, provides informa- tion with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting struc- ture, 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 require- ments for the grounding electrode. Antennas Antennas Outdoor Antenna Grounding: If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the video product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70, provides informa- tion with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting struc- ture, 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 require- ments for the grounding electrode.

For Your Safety Power Lines: An outside antenna sys- tem should not be located 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. EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE Antenna Lead in Wire UseUse Cleaning: Unplug this video product from the wall outlet before clean- ing. 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 receiver during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long pe- riods 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. ServiceService Servicing: Do not attempt to service this video product yourself as open- ing or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to quali- fied service personnel. Damage Requiring Service: Unplug this video product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified ser- vice personnel 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 ex- posed to rain or water. If the video product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged. If the video product does not op- erate normally be following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as an im- proper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the video prod- uct to its normal operation. When the video product exhibits a distinct change in performance - this indicates a need for service. Replacement Parts: When replace- ment parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics 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 prod- uct, ask the service technician to Ground Clamp perform safety checks to determine that the video product is in proper operating condition. Electric Service Equipment Ground Clamps Power Service Grounding Electrode System (NEC ART 250. PART H) Antenna Discharge Unit (NEC SECTION 810-20) Grounding Conductors (NEC SECTION 810-21) iii

iv For Your Safety Be sure to read this notes before using Safety Notes • Make sure that you use your camera correctly. Read these Safety Notes and your Owner’s Manual 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 indicate 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 WARNING WARNING 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. Do not use in the bathroom or shower. Do not use the camera in the bathroom or shower. This can cause a fire or electric shock. This icon indicates that death or serious injury can result if the infor- mation is ignored. Do not disas- semble Never attempt to disassemble or modify (never open the case). Failure to observe this precaution can cause fire or electric shock. CAUTION Do not touch internal parts This icon indicates that personal injury or material damage can result if the information is ignored. Should the case break open as the result of a fall or other accident, do not touch the exposed parts. Failure to observe this precaution could result in electric shock or in The icons shown below are used to indicate the nature of the information which is to be observed. injury from touching the damaged parts. Remove the battery im- mediately, taking care to avoid injury or electric shock, and take the product to the point of purchase for consultation. Triangular icons tell you that this information requires attention (“im- Do not change, heat or unduly twist or pull the connection cord and do not portant”). place heavy objects on the connection cord. Circular icons with a diagonal bar tell you that the action indicated is prohibited (“Prohibited”). Filled circles with an exclamation mark tell you an action that must be performed (“Required”). 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. WARNING WARNING Never attempt to take pictures while in motion. Do not use the camera while you are walking or driving a vehicle. This can result in you falling down or being involved in a traffic accident. Do not touch any metal parts of the camera during a thunderstorm. Unplug from power This can cause an electric shock due to induced current from the lightning discharge. socket. Do not use the battery except as specified. Load the battery as aligned with the indicator. If a problem arises, turn the camera off, remove the battery, 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. • Contact your FUJIFILM dealer. For Your Safety WARNING WARNING Do not heat, change or take apart the battery. Do not drop or subject the bat- tery to impacts. Do not store the battery with metallic products. Do not use chargers other than the specified model to charge the battery. Any of these actions can cause the battery to burst or leak and cause fire or injury as a result. Use only the battery or AC power adapters specified for use with this camera. Do not use voltages other than the power supply voltage shown. The use of other power sources can cause a fire. If the battery leaks and fluid gets in contact with your eyes, skin or clothing. Flush the affected area with clean water and seek medical attention or call an emergency number right away. Do not use the charger to charge batteries other than those specified here. The Ni-MH battery charger is designed for FUJIFILM HR-AA Ni-MH batteries. Using the charger to charge conventional batteries or other types of rechargeable batteries can cause the battery to leak fluid, overheat or burst. Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. Do not use in the presence of flammable objects, explosive gases, or dust. When carrying the battery, install it in a digital camera or keep it in the hard case. When storing the battery, keep it in the hard case. When discarding, cover the battery terminals with insulation tape. Contact with other metallic objects or battery could cause the bat- tery to ignite or burst. Keep Memory Cards out of the reach of small children. Because 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 electric shock. CAUTION CAUTION Do not leave this camera in places subject to extremely high 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. Do not pull on the connection cord to disconnect the AC power adapter. This can damage the power cord or cables and cause a fire or electric shock. Do not use the AC power adapter when the plug is damaged or the plug socket connection is loose. This could cause a fire or electric shock. Do not cover or wrap the camera or the AC power adapter in a cloth or blanket. This can cause heat to build up and distort the casing or cause a fire. When you are cleaning the camera or you do not plan to use the camera for an extended period, remove the battery and disconnect and unplug the AC power adapter. 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 photographing infants and young chil- dren. When a memory card is removed, the card could come out of the slot too quick- ly. Use your finger to hold it and gently release the 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 2 years. • Please note this is not a free of charge service. Remove your fingers from the flash window before the flash fires. Failure to observe this precaution could result in burns. Keep the flash window clean and do not use the flash if the window is ob- structed. Failure to observe these precautions could cause smoke or discolor- ation. v

vi For Your Safety Power Supply and Battery * Confirm your battery type before read- ing the following descriptions. The following explains proper use of batteries and how to prolong their life. Incorrect use of batteries can cause shorter battery life, as well as leakage, excessive heat, fire or explo- sion. 1 Camera uses the Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery * When shipped, the battery is not fully charged. Always charge the battery before using it. * When carrying the battery, install it in a digital camera or keep it in the soft case. ■ Battery Features • The battery gradually loses its charge even when not used. Use a battery that has been charged recently (in the last day or two) to take pictures. • To maximize the life of the battery, turn the camera off as quickly as possible when it is not being used. • The number of available frames will be lower in cold locations or at low temperatures. Take along a spare fully charged battery. You can also increase the amount of power pro- duced by putting the battery in your pocket or another warm place to heat it and then loading it into the camera just before you take a picture. If you are using a heating pad, take care not to place the battery di- rectly against the pad. The camera may not operate if you use a de- pleted battery in cold conditions. ■ Charging the Battery • You can charge the battery using the battery charger (included). - The battery can be charged at ambient temperatures be- tween 0°C and +40°C (+32°F and +104°F). Refer to the Owner’s Manual for the time of charging battery. - You should charge the battery at an ambient temperature be- tween +10°C and +35°C (+50°F and +95°F). If you charge the battery at a temperature outside this range, charging takes longer because the performance of the battery is impaired. - You cannot charge the battery at temperatures of 0°C (+32°F) or below. • The Rechargeable Lithium-ion Bat- tery does not need to be fully dis- charged or exhausted flat before being charged. • The battery may feel warm after it has been charged or immediately after being used. This is perfectly normal. • Do not recharge a fully charged battery. ■ Battery Life • Dispose of used battery promptly. At normal temperatures, the bat- • Do not drop the battery or other- tery can be used at least 300 times. wise subject it to strong impacts. If the time for which the battery • Do not expose the battery to wa- provides power shortens markedly, ter. this indicates that the battery has • Always keep the battery terminals reached the end of its effective life clean. and should be replaced. • Do not store batteries in hot plac- ■ Notes on storage • If a battery is stored for long periods while charged, the performance of the battery can be impaired. If the battery will not be used for some time, run the battery out before storing it. es. Also, if you use the battery for a long period, the camera body and the battery itself will become warm. This is normal. Use the AC power adapter if you are taking pictures or viewing images for a long period of time. • If you do not intend to use the camera for a long period of time, remove the battery from the cam- era. • Store the battery in a cool place. - The battery should be stored in a dry location with an ambient 2 Camera uses AA-size alkaline or Ni-MH (nickel-metal hydride) rechargeable batteries * For details on the batteries that you can use, refer to the Owner’s Manual of your camera. temperature between +15°C and ■ Cautions for Using Battery +25°C (+59°F and +77°F). • Do not heat the batteries or throw - Do not leave the battery in hot or them into a fire. extremely cold places. • Do not carry or store batteries with ■ Handling the Battery Cautions for Your Safety: • Do not carry or store battery with metal objects such as necklaces or hairpins. • Do not heat the battery or throw it into a fire. • Do not attempt to take apart or change the battery. • Do not recharge the battery with chargers other those specified. metal objects such as necklaces or hairpins. • Do not expose the batteries to wa- ter, and keep batteries from getting wet or stored in moist locations. • Do not attempt to take apart or change the batteries, including battery casings. • Do not subject the batteries to strong impacts. • Do not use batteries that are leak- ing, deformed, discolored.

For Your Safety • Do not store batteries in warm or humid places. • Keep the batteries out of reach of babies and small children. • Make sure that the battery polarity (C and D) is correct. • Do not use new with used batter- ies. Do not use charged and dis- charged batteries together. • Do not use different types or brands of batteries at the same time. • If you do not intend to use the camera for a long period of time, remove the batteries from the camera. Note if the camera is left with the batteries removed, the time and date settings are cleared. • The batteries feel warm right af- ter being used. Before removing the batteries, turn the camera off and wait for the batteries to cool down. • Since batteries do not work well in cold weather or locations, warm the batteries by placing them in- side your garments before use. Batteries do not work well when cold. They will work again when the temperature returns to normal. • Soil (such as fingerprints) on the battery terminals makes the bat- teries charge less reducing the number of images. Carefully wipe the battery terminals with a soft dry cloth before loading. If any liquid at all leaks from CAUTION CAUTION the batteries, wipe the battery Do not use the “Discharging re- compartment thoroughly and chargeable batteries” function when then load new batteries. alkaline batteries being used. If any battery fluid comes into contact with your hands or clothing, flush the area thor- oughly with water. Note that battery fluid can cause loss of eyesight if it gets into your eyes. If this occurs, do not rub your eyes. Flush the fluid out with clean water and contact your physician for treatment. • To charge Ni-MH batteries, use the quick battery charger (sold sepa- rately). Refer to the instructions supplied with the charger to make sure that the charger is used cor- rectly. • Do not use the battery charger to charge other batteries. • Note that the batteries feel warm after being charged. • Due to the way the camera is con- ■ Using the AA-size Ni-MH batteries structed, a small amount of current correctly is used even when the camera is • Ni-MH batteries left unused in turned off. Note in particular that storage for long periods can be- leaving Ni-MH batteries in the come “deactivated”. Also, repeat- camera for a long period will over- edly charging Ni-MH batteries discharge the batteries and may that are only partially discharged render them unusable even after can cause them to suffer from the recharging. “memory effect”. Ni-MH batteries • Ni-MH batteries will self-discharge that are “deactivated” or affected even when not used, and the time by “memory” suffer from the prob- for which they can be used may be lem of only providing power for a shortened as a result. short time after being charged. To • Ni-MH batteries will deteriorate prevent this problem, discharge rapidly if over-discharged (e.g. and recharge them several times by discharging the batteries in a using the camera’s “Discharging flashlight). Use the “Discharging re- rechargeable batteries” function. chargeable batteries” function pro- Deactivation and memory are spe- vided in the camera to discharge cific to Ni-MH batteries and are not the batteries. in fact battery faults. See Owner’s Manual for the proce- dure for “Discharging rechargeable batteries”. • Ni-MH batteries have a limited service life. If a battery can only be used for a short time even after repeated discharge-charge cycles, it may have reached the end of its service life. ■ Disposing of Batteries • When disposing of batteries, do so in accordance with your local waste disposal regulations. 3 Notes on both models ( 1 , 2 ) ■ AC Power Adapter Always use the AC Power Adapter with the camera. The use of an AC Power adapter other than FUJIFILM AC Power Adapter can be damaged to your digital camera. For details on the AC power adapter, refer to the Owner’s Manual of your camera. • Use the AC power adapter for in- door use only. • Plug the connection cord plug se- curely into the DC input terminal. • Turn off the FUJIFILM Digital cam- era before disconnecting the cord from the DC input terminal. To dis- connect, pull out the plug gently. Do not pull on the cord. • Do not use the AC power adapter with any device other than your camera. • During use, the AC power adapter will become hot to the touch. This is normal. vii viii For Your Safety • Do not take apart the AC power adapter. Doing so could be dan- gerous. • Do not use the AC power adapter in a hot and humid place. • Do not subject the AC power adapter to strong shocks. • The AC power adapter may emit a humming. This is normal. • If used near a radio, the AC power adapter may cause static. If this happens, move the camera away from the radio. Before 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. ■ Test Shots Prior to Photography For important photographs (such as weddings and overseas trips), always take a test shot and view the im- age to make sure that the camera is working normally. • FUJIFILM Corporation cannot ac- cept liability for any incidental losses (such as the costs of photog- raphy or the loss of income from photography) incurred as a result of faults with this product. ■ Notes on Copyright Images recorded using your digital camera system cannot be used in ways that infringe copyright laws without the consent of the owner, unless intended only for personal use. Note that some restrictions ap- ply 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 Card containing images or data pro- tected under copyright laws is only permissible within the restrictions imposed by those copyright laws. ■ Handling Your Digital Camera To ensure that images are recorded correctly, do not subject the camera to impact or shock while an image is being recorded. ■ Liquid Crystal If the LCD monitor is damaged, take particular care with the liquid crystal in the monitor. If any of the follow- ing situations arise, take the urgent action indicated. • If liquid crystal comes in contact with your skin: Wipe the area with a cloth and then wash thoroughly with soap and running water. • If liquid crystal gets into your eye: Flush the affected eye with clean water for at least 15 minutes and then seek medical assistance. • If liquid crystal is swallowed: Flush your mouth thoroughly with water. Drink large quantities of wa- ter and induce vomiting. Then seek medical assistance. Although the LCD panel is produced with highly sophisticated technolo- gies, there may be black spots or permanently lit spots. This is not a malfunction, and does not affect re- corded images. Although the LCD panel is produced with highly sophisticated technolo- gies, there may be black spots or permanently lit spots. This is not a malfunction, and does not affect re- corded images. Although the LCD panel is produced with highly sophisticated technolo- gies, there may be black spots or permanently lit spots. This is not a malfunction, and does not affect re- corded images. Although the LCD panel is produced with highly sophisticated technolo- gies, there may be black spots or permanently lit spots. This is not a malfunction, and does not affect re- corded images. ■ Trademark Information ■ Trademark Information ■ Trademark Information • E and xD-Picture CardTM are trademarks of FUJIFILM Corpora- tion. • E and xD-Picture CardTM are trademarks of FUJIFILM Corpora- tion. • E and xD-Picture CardTM are trademarks of FUJIFILM Corpora- tion. • IBM PC/AT is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corp. of the U.S.A. • IBM PC/AT is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corp. of the U.S.A. • IBM PC/AT is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corp. of the U.S.A. • Macintosh, QuickTime, and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S.A. and other countries. • Macintosh, QuickTime, and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S.A. and other countries. • Windows 7, Windows Vista and the Windows logo are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies. • Windows 7, Windows Vista and the Windows logo are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies. • IrSimpleTM Trademark is owned by the Infrared Data Association®. • IrSimpleTM Trademark is owned by the Infrared Data Association®. • IrSimpleTM Trademark is owned by the Infrared Data Association®. • IrSSTM Trademark or IrSimpleShotTM Trademark is owned by the Infra- red Data Association®. • IrSSTM Trademark or IrSimpleShotTM Trademark is owned by the Infra- red Data Association®. • IrSSTM Trademark or IrSimpleShotTM Trademark is owned by the Infra- red Data Association®. • The SDHC and SDXC logos are trademarks of SD-3C, LLC. • The SDHC and SDXC logos are trademarks of SD-3C, LLC. • HDMI logo is a trademark. • HDMI logo is a trademark. • YouTube is a trademark of Google Inc. • YouTube is a trademark of Google Inc. • YouTube is a trademark of Google Inc. • Other company or product names are trademarks or registered trade- marks of the respective compa- nies. • Other company or product names are trademarks or registered trade- marks of the respective compa- nies. • Other company or product names are trademarks or registered trade- marks of the respective compa- nies. • Other company or product names are trademarks or registered trade- marks of the respective compa- nies. ■ Notes on Electrical Interference If the camera is to be used in hos- pitals or aircrafts, please note that this camera may cause interference to other equipment in the hospital or aircraft. For details, please check with the applicable regulations. ■ Notes on Electrical Interference If the camera is to be used in hos- pitals or aircrafts, please note that this camera may cause interference to other equipment in the hospital or aircraft. For details, please check with the applicable regulations. ■ Notes on Electrical Interference If the camera is to be used in hos- pitals or aircrafts, please note that this camera may cause interference to other equipment in the hospital or aircraft. For details, please check with the applicable regulations. ■ Notes on Electrical Interference If the camera is to be used in hos- pitals or aircrafts, please note that this camera may cause interference to other equipment in the hospital or aircraft. For details, please check with the applicable regulations. ■ Notes on Electrical Interference If the camera is to be used in hos- pitals or aircrafts, please note that this camera may cause interference to other equipment in the hospital or aircraft. For details, please check with the applicable regulations. ■ Notes on Electrical Interference If the camera is to be used in hos- pitals or aircrafts, please note that this camera may cause interference to other equipment in the hospital or aircraft. For details, please check with the applicable regulations. ■ Explanation of Color Television System NTSC: National Television System Committee, color television telecasting specifications adopted mainly in the U.S.A., Canada and Japan. ■ Explanation of Color Television System NTSC: National Television System Committee, color television telecasting specifications adopted mainly in the U.S.A., Canada and Japan. ■ Explanation of Color Television System NTSC: National Television System Committee, color television telecasting specifications adopted mainly in the U.S.A., Canada and Japan. ■ Explanation of Color Television System NTSC: National Television System Committee, color television telecasting specifications adopted mainly in the U.S.A., Canada and Japan. ■ Explanation of Color Television System NTSC: National Television System Committee, color television telecasting specifications adopted mainly in the U.S.A., Canada and Japan. ■ Explanation of Color Television System NTSC: National Television System Committee, color television telecasting specifications adopted mainly in the U.S.A., Canada and Japan. ■ Explanation of Color Television System NTSC: National Television System Committee, color television telecasting specifications adopted mainly in the U.S.A., Canada and Japan. ■ Explanation of Color Television System NTSC: National Television System Committee, color television telecasting specifications adopted mainly in the U.S.A., Canada and Japan. PAL: Phase Alternation by Line, a color television system ad- opted mainly by European countries and China. PAL: Phase Alternation by Line, a color television system ad- opted mainly by European countries and China. PAL: Phase Alternation by Line, a color television system ad- opted mainly by European countries and China. PAL: Phase Alternation by Line, a color television system ad- opted mainly by European countries and China. PAL: Phase Alternation by Line, a color television system ad- opted mainly by European countries and China. ■ Exif Print (Exif ver. 2.3) Exif Print Format is a newly revised digital camera file format that con- tains a variety of shooting informa- tion for optimal printing. ■ Exif Print (Exif ver. 2.3) Exif Print Format is a newly revised digital camera file format that con- tains a variety of shooting informa- tion for optimal printing. ■ Exif Print (Exif ver. 2.3) Exif Print Format is a newly revised digital camera file format that con- tains a variety of shooting informa- tion for optimal printing. ■ Exif Print (Exif ver. 2.3) Exif Print Format is a newly revised digital camera file format that con- tains a variety of shooting informa- tion for optimal printing. ■ Exif Print (Exif ver. 2.3) Exif Print Format is a newly revised digital camera file format that con- tains a variety of shooting informa- tion for optimal printing. ■ Exif Print (Exif ver. 2.3) Exif Print Format is a newly revised digital camera file format that con- tains a variety of shooting informa- tion for optimal printing. 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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Read Before Using the Software Direct or indirect export, in whole or in part, of licensed software without the permission of the applicable governing bodies is prohibited. IMPORTANT NOTICE: Read Before Using the Software Direct or indirect export, in whole or in part, of licensed software without the permission of the applicable governing bodies is prohibited. IMPORTANT NOTICE: Read Before Using the Software Direct or indirect export, in whole or in part, of licensed software without the permission of the applicable governing bodies is prohibited.

About This Manual Before using the camera, read this manual and the warnings on pages ii–viii. For information on spe- cific topics, consult the sources below. ✔ Camera Camera Q Q & & A A ...................................................... ......................................................pg. xpg. x ✔ Table Table of of Contents Contents ............................................. .............................................pg. xiiipg. xiii Know what you want to do but don’t know the The “Table of Contents” gives an overview of the name for it? Find the answer in “Camera Q & A.” entire manual. The principal camera operations are listed here. ✔ Troubleshooting Troubleshooting ............................................. .............................................pg. 109pg. 109 ✔ Warning Warning Messages Messages and and Displays Displays ...................... ...................... pg. 116pg. 116 Having a specific problem with the camera? Find Find out what’s behind that flashing icon or error the answer here. message in the display. ✔ Glossary Glossary ......................................................... .........................................................pg. 120pg. 120 The meanings of some technical terms may be found here. Memory Cards Pictures can be stored in an optional SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory cards (pg. 10), referred to in this manual as “memory cards”. ix

x Camera Q & A Find items by task. Camera Setup Camera Setup Question Question Key phrase Key phrase See page See page How do I set the camera clock? Date and time 14 Can I set the clock to local time when I travel? Time difference 101 How do I keep the display from turning off automatically? Auto power off 104 How do I make the display brighter or darker? LCD brightness 104 How do I stop the camera beeping and clicking? Operation and shutter volume 99 Silent mode 18 Can I change the sound the shutter makes? Shutter sound 99 What do the icons in the display mean? Displays 4 How much charge is left in the battery? Battery level 16 Can I increase the capacity of rechargeable Ni-MH batteries? Discharge 105 Can I add shooting date and time to the pictures? Date stamp 105 Sharing Pictures Sharing Pictures Question Question Key phrase Key phrase See page See page Can I print pictures on my home printer? Printing pictures 62 Camera Q & A Taking Pictures Taking Pictures Question Question Key phrase Key phrase See page See page How can I avoid blurred pictures? Dual IS mode 17 How can I make good portraits? Intelligent Face Detection 31 Can the camera automatically adjust settings for different scenes? M mode 15 Can I choose my own settings for different scenes? Scene position 21 How can I be sure my subject is smiling when I take a photograph? Smile detection 22 How can I be sure that nobody blinked when the photo was taken? Blink detection 32 Can I prioritize to focus the specified person’s face? Face Recognition 82 How do I shoot close-ups? Macro mode (close-ups) 35 How do I keep the flash from firing? Flash mode 36 How do I stop my subjects’ eyes glowing red when I use the flash? How do I “fill-in” shadows on back-lit subjects? How do I take a series of pictures in a single burst? Continuous Shooting mode 40 How do I take a group portrait that includes the photographer? Self-timer mode 38 How do I shoot a panorama? Motion panorama 24 Can I choose shutter speed and aperture? P, S, A, and M modes 26 Can I save and recall camera settings? C mode 30 How do I adjust exposure? Exposure compensation 44 How do I keep a moving subject in focus? Tracking 82 How do I shoot movies? Recording movies 57 How do I frame pictures in the viewfinder? EVF/LCD button 5 xi xii Camera Q & A Viewing Pictures Viewing Pictures Question Question Key phrase Key phrase See page See page How do I view my pictures? Single-frame playback 46 How can I delete pictures easily? The b button 20 How can I select and delete individual pictures or delete all pictures at once? Deleting pictures 54 Can I zoom in on pictures during playback? Playback zoom 47 Can I mark images with favorite (I) rating? I Favorites 47 How do I view a lot of pictures at once? Multi-frame playback 49 Can I create photobooks from my favorite pictures? Photobook assist 51 How do I find pictures? Image search 53 Can I protect my pictures from accidental deletion? Protect 92 Can I hide the icons in the display when viewing my pictures? Choosing a display format 46 Can I select pictures for upload to YouTubeTM? Uploading pictures 89 Can I select pictures for upload to Facebook?

Table of Contents For Your Safety ................................................................................. ii IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...................................... ii Safety Notes .................................................................................... iv About This Manual ......................................................................... ix Camera Q & A ..................................................................................... x Before You Begin Before You Begin Introduction ....................................................................................... 1 Symbols and Conventions .......................................................... 1 Supplied Accessories .................................................................... 1 Parts of the Camera ....................................................................... 2 Camera Displays .......................................................................... 4 The Mode Dial .............................................................................. 6 First Steps First Steps The Strap and Lens Cap ................................................................ 7 Inserting the Batteries .................................................................. 8 Inserting a Memory Card ...........................................................10 Turning the Camera On and Off ..............................................13 Shooting Mode ............................................................................. 13 Playback Mode .............................................................................. 13 Basic Setup .......................................................................................14 Basic Photography and Playback Basic Photography and Playback Taking Pictures in M (Scene Recognition) Mode ...15 Viewing Pictures ............................................................................20 More on Photography More on Photography Shooting Mode ...............................................................................21 M SCENE RECOGNITION..................................................21 B AUTO ..........................................................................................21 SP SCENE POSITION ....................................................................21 N MOTION PANORAMA .....................................................24 P: PROGRAM AE ............................................................................26 S: SHUTTER PRIORITY AE ...........................................................27 A: APERTURE PRIORITY AE ........................................................28 M: MANUAL ....................................................................................29 C: CUSTOM MODE ........................................................................30 Intelligent Face Detection .........................................................31 Blink Detection .............................................................................32 Focus Lock.........................................................................................33 F Macro and Super Macro Modes (Close-ups) ................35 N Using the Flash (Intelligent Flash) .....................................36 J Using the Self-Timer ...............................................................38 I Continuous Shooting (Burst Mode) ................................40 c Instant Zoom ............................................................................42 d Exposure Compensation .....................................................44 xiii xiv Table of Contents More More on on Playback Playback Playback Options ...........................................................................46 Playback Zoom ..............................................................................47 I Favorites: Rating Pictures ....................................................47 Viewing Photo Information ......................................................48 Multi-Frame Playback .................................................................49 Viewing Panoramas ......................................................................50 k PhotoBook Assist ....................................................................51 Creating a PhotoBook ................................................................51 Viewing PhotoBooks ..................................................................52 Editing and Deleting PhotoBooks .........................................52 b Image Search ............................................................................53 A Deleting Pictures ....................................................................54 Deleting One Picture ..................................................................54 Deleting Multiple Pictures .......................................................55 Deleting All Pictures ...................................................................56 MoviesMovies F Recording Movies ...................................................................57 a Viewing Movies ........................................................................59 Connections Connections Viewing Pictures on TV ...............................................................60 Printing Pictures via USB ............................................................62 Connecting the Camera ............................................................62 Printing Selected Pictures ........................................................62 Printing the DPOF Print Order .................................................63 Creating a DPOF Print Order ....................................................65 Viewing Pictures on a Computer ............................................68 Installing the Software ...............................................................68 Connecting the Camera ............................................................72 MenusMenus Using the Menus: Shooting Mode .........................................74 Using the F-Mode Menu ..........................................................74 F-Mode Menu Options .............................................................75 N ISO ............................................................................................75 O IMAGE SIZE ............................................................................76 P FINEPIX COLOR ....................................................................77 Using the Shooting Menu .........................................................77 Shooting Menu Options ............................................................78 T IMAGE QUALITY ..................................................................79 D WHITE BALANCE .................................................................79 H SHARPNESS ...........................................................................80 C PHOTOMETRY ......................................................................81 F AF MODE ................................................................................81 S FACE RECOGNITION ...........................................................82 J AE BKT EV STEPS .................................................................85 I FLASH ......................................................................................85 Table of Contents Using the Menus: Playback Mode ..........................................86 Using the F-Mode Menu ..........................................................86 F-Mode Menu Options .............................................................86 I SLIDE SHOW .........................................................................87 Using the Playback Menu..........................................................88 Playback Menu Options .............................................................88 j MARK FOR UPLOAD ...........................................................89 B RED EYE REMOVAL .............................................................91 D PROTECT ................................................................................92 G CROP........................................................................................93 O RESIZE .....................................................................................94 C IMAGE ROTATE .....................................................................95 F VOICE MEMO ........................................................................96 J DISP. ASPECT ........................................................................97 The Setup Menu .............................................................................98 Using the Setup Menu................................................................98 Setup Menu Options ...................................................................99 N TIME DIFFERENCE .............................................................101 K FORMAT................................................................................102 A IMAGE DISP. ........................................................................102 B FRAME NO. ......................................................................... 103 I PLAYBACK VOLUME ........................................................ 104 J LCD BRIGHTNESS ............................................................. 104 M AUTO POWER OFF ........................................................... 104 D DIGITAL ZOOM ................................................................. 104 P DISCHARGE (Ni-MH Batteries Only) ......................... 105 S DATE STAMP ...................................................................... 105 Technical Technical Notes Notes Optional Accessories................................................................. 106 Accessories from FUJIFILM .....................................................107 Caring for the Camera .............................................................. 108 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Troubleshooting ......................................................................... 109 Warning Messages and Displays ..........................................116 Appendix Appendix Glossary ...........................................................................................120 Memory Card Capacity .............................................................121 Specifications ................................................................................122 xv

xvi Memo Introduction Symbols and Conventions Symbols and Conventions The following symbols are used in this manual: 3 Caution: This information should be read before use to ensure correct operation. 1 Note: Points to note when using the camera. 2 Tip: Additional information that may be helpful when using the camera. Menus and other text in the camera monitor are shown in bold. In the illustrations in this manual, the monitor display may be simplified for explanatory purposes. Supplied Accessories Supplied Accessories The following items are included with the camera: AA alkaline (LR6) batteries (×4) USB-A/V cable Strap • Basic Manual Lens cap CD-ROM 1 2 Introduction Parts Parts of of the the Camera Camera For more information, refer to the page listed to the right of each item. 1 Strap eyelet .................................................... 7 7 F (photo mode) button ......................74, 86 12 Flash pop-up button..............................36 2 Zoom control ...............................16, 47, 49 8 Indicator lamp ............................................19 13 Microphone .........................................57, 96 3 Shutter button ...........................................19 9 Mode dial ........................................................ 6 14 Speaker ...................................................59, 97 4 g (Intelligent Face Detection) button .......31 10 AF-assist illuminator ...............................34 15 Lens .........................................................13, 122 5 I (burst mode) button ..............................40 Self-timer lamp ..........................................39 6 G switch ..........................................13 11 Flash ..................................................................36 * Illustrations in this manual may be simplified for explanatory purposes. Introduction 16 Electronic viewfinder ....................5 24 EVF/LCD (display selection) button ....5 17 Selector button (see below) 25 d (exposure compensation/photo info) 18 Monitor ...................................................4 button .......................................... 44, 48 19 DISP (display)/BACK button 26 Terminal cover ..................60, 62, 72 ....................................................17, 18, 46 27 Memory card slot ...........................11 20 a (playback) button ................20, 46 28 Connector for USB-A/V cable 21 Tripod mount ...................................................60, 62, 72 22 Battery-chamber cover ................8 29 HDMI Mini Connector ................ 60 23 Battery-chamber latch ..................8 The Selector Button Move cursor up c (instant zoom) button (pg. 42) b (delete) button (pg. 20) MENU/OK button (pg. 14) Move cursor left Move cursor right F (macro) button (pg. 35) N (flash) button (pg. 36) Move cursor down J (self-timer) button (pg. 38) 3 4 Introduction Camera Camera Displays Displays The following indicators may appear during shooting and playback. The indicators displayed vary with camera settings. ■ Shooting Shooting SET 1 Number of available frames ........... 121 13 Focus frame .................................................81 2 Image size .....................................................76 14 Blur warning ............................36, 112, 116 3 Focus warning ...........................................18 15 Date and time .............................................14 4 Date stamp ................................................105 16 Shutter speed and aperture .............26 5 Silent mode .................................................18 17 Sensitivity ......................................................75 6 Burst mode ..................................................40 18 Image quality ..............................................79 7 Metering ........................................................81 19 FinePix color ................................................77 8 Intelligent Face Detection 20 White balance ............................................79 indicator .........................................................31 21 Battery level .................................................16 9 Shooting mode .........................................21 22 Dual IS mode ..............................................17 10 Flash mode...................................................36 23 Exposure indicator ................................. 44 11 Macro (close-ups) mode .....................35 24 Exposure compensation 12 Self-timer indicator .................................38 indicator ........................................................44 ■ Playback Playback 10:00 10:00 AM AM 1919 DATEDATE 12/31/2050 12/31/2050250 F3. 1 100N 10:00 AM 1 Gift image .....................................................46 7 DPOF print indicator ..............................65 100-0001 100-0001 2 Silent mode .................................................18 8 Voice memo indicator ...........................96 3 Red-eye removal indicator.................91 9 Photobook assist indicator ................51 4 Intelligent Face Detection 10 Mark for upload to ...................................89 indicator .........................................................31 11 Frame number ........................................103 5 Playback mode indicator ............20, 46 12 Rating ...............................................................47 6 Protected image .......................................92 12/31/2050 12/31/2050 100 N4:3 1/2501/250 F3.1F3.1 Introduction The Electronic Viewfinder (EVF) The electronic viewfinder provides the same information as the monitor, and can be used when bright light- ing conditions make the display in the monitor difficult to see. To switch between the monitor and electronic viewfinder, press the EVF/LCD button (your selection remains in effect when the camera is turned off or the mode dial is rotated to another setting). EVF LCD 5 6 Introduction The The Mode Mode Dial Dial To select a shooting mode, align the mode icon with the mark next to the mode dial. P, S, A, M: Select for full control over cam- B (AUTO): A simple “point-and-shoot” era settings, including aperture (M and A) mode recommended for first-time users and/or shutter speed (M and S) (pg. 26). of digital cameras (pg. 21). C (CUSTOM): Recall stored settings for M (SCENE RECOGNITION): A “point- modes P, S, A, and M (pg. 30). and-shoot” mode in which the camera automatically adjusts settings to suit the scene (pg. 15). F (MOVIE): Record movies with sound (pg. 57). SP (SCENE POSITION): Choose a scene suit- N (MOTION PANORAMA): Take a series of ed to the subject or shooting conditions photographs and combine them to form and let the camera do the rest (pg. 21). a panorama (pg. 24).

The Strap and Lens Cap Attaching the Strap Attaching the Strap Attach the strap to the two strap eyelets as shown below. 3 Caution To avoid dropping the camera, be sure the strap is cor- rectly secured. The Lens Cap The Lens Cap Attach the lens cap as shown. To avoid losing the lens cap, pass the supplied string through the eyelet (q) and secure the lens cap to the strap (w). 7

8 Inserting the Batteries The camera takes four AA alkaline, lithium, or rechargeable Ni-MH batteries. A set of four alkaline bat- teries is supplied with the camera. Insert the batteries in the camera as described below. 1 Open Slide the the battery-cham- battery-chamber cover. ber latch in the direc- tion shown and open the battery-chamber cover. 1 Note Be sure the camera is off before opening the bat- tery-chamber cover. 3 Cautions • Do not open the battery-chamber cover when the camera is on. Failure to observe this pre- caution could result in damage to image files or memory cards. • Do not use excessive force when handling the battery-chamber cover. 2 Insert Insert the the batteries batteries. in the orientation shown by the “+“ and “–“ marks inside the battery chamber. 3 Cautions • Insert the batteries in the correct orientation. • Never use batteries with peel- ing or damaged casing or mix old and new batteries, batter- ies with different charge levels, or batteries of different types. Failure to observe these precautions could result in the batteries leaking or overheating. • Never use manganese or Ni-Cd batteries. • The capacity of alkaline batteries varies with the manufacturer and drops at temperatures below 10 °C/50 °F; Ni-MH batteries are recommended. • Fingerprints and other soil on the battery termi- nals can shorten battery life. Battery Battery casing casing

Inserting the Batteries 3 Close Close the the battery-chamber battery-cham- cover. ber cover and slide it in until the latch clicks into place. 3 Caution Do not use force. If the bat- tery-chamber cover does not close, check that the batteries are in the correct orientation and try again. 2 Tip: Using an AC Power Adapter The camera can be powered by an optional AC power adapter and DC coupler (sold separately). Choosing the Battery Type After replacing the batteries with batteries of a different type, select the battery type using the T BATTERY TYPE option in the setup menu (pg. 100) to ensure that the battery level is displayed correctly and the camera does not turn off unexpectedly. SET-UP 5/5 GUIDANCE DISPLAY VIDEO SYSTEMLITHIUM CUSTOM RESET ALKALINE BATTERY TYPE NI-MH DISCHARGE 9

10 Inserting a Memory Card The camera can store pictures on SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory cards (sold separately). ■ Compatible Memory Cards Compatible Memory Cards FUJIFILM and SanDisk SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory cards have been approved for use in the cam- era. A complete list of approved memory cards is available at fujifilm.com/products/digital_ cameras/index.html. Operation is not guaranteed with other cards. The camera can not be used with xD-Picture Cards or MultiMediaCard (MMC) devices. 3 Caution Memory 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 posi- tion. Write-protect Write-protect switchswitch Inserting a Memory Card ■ 1 Inserting Inserting Open a a the Memory Memory battery-chamber Card Card cover. 1 Note Be sure the camera is off before opening the bat- tery-chamber cover. 2 Insert Holding the the memory memory card. card in the orientation shown below, slide it in until it clicks into place at the back of the slot. Click Be sure card is in correct orienta- tion; do not insert at an angle or use force. 3 Close Close the the battery-chamber battery-cham- cover. ber cover and slide it in until the latch clicks into place. Removing Memory Cards After confirming that the camera is off, press the card in and then release it slowly. The card can now be removed by hand. 3 Cautions • The memory card may spring out if you remove your finger immediately after pushing the card in. • Memory cards may be warm to the touch after be- ing removed from the camera. This is normal and does not indicate a malfunction. 11 12 Inserting a Memory Card 3 Cautions • 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 SD/SDHC/SDXC 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 102. • 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 representative. 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 y card or better when shooting HD movies. • Formatting a memory card in the camera creates a folder in which pictures are stored. Do not rename or delete this folder or use a computer or other device to edit, delete, or rename image files. Always use the camera to delete pictures from memory cards; before editing or renaming files, copy them to a computer and edit or re- name the copies, not the originals.

Turning the Camera On and Off Shooting Shooting Mode Mode Slide the G switch in the direction shown below. The lens will extend automatically. Slide the G switch to turn the camera off. 2 Tip: Switching to Playback Mode Press the a button to start playback. Press the shutter button halfway to return to shooting mode. 3 Cautions • Be sure that the lens cap is removed before turning the camera on. • Forcibly preventing the lens from extending could cause damage or product malfunction. • Pictures can be affected by fingerprints and other marks on the lens. Keep the lens clean. • The G button does not completely disconnect the camera from its power supply. Playback Playback Mode Mode To turn the camera on and begin playback, press the a button for about a second. Press the a button again or slide the G switch to turn the camera off. 2 Tip: Switching to Shooting Mode To exit to shooting mode, press the shutter button halfway. Press the a button to return to playback.

2 Tip: Auto Power Off The camera will turn off automatically if no operations are performed for the length of time selected in the M AUTO POWER OFF menu (see page 104). To turn the camera on, use the G switch or press the a button for about a second. 13 14 Basic Setup A language-selection dialog is displayed the first time the camera is turned on. Set up the camera as described below (for information on resetting the clock or changing languages, see page 99). 1 Choose a language. START MENU SET NO 1.1 Press the selector up or down to highlight a language. ENGLISH FRANCAIS DEUTSCH ESPAÑOL PORTUGUÊS 1.2 Press MENU/OK. 2 Set the date and time. SET NO 2.1 Press the selector 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, high- light the date format and press the selector up or down. 2.2 Press MENU/OK. A battery type message will be displayed; if the type differs from the type inserted in the camera, use the setup menu T BATTERY TYPE option (pg. 100) to specify the cor- rect type. 2 Tip: The Camera Clock If the batteries are removed for an extended period, the camera clock and battery type will be reset and the lan- guage-selection dialog will be displayed when the camera is turned on. If the batteries are left in the camera for about 10 hours, the battery can be removed for about 24 hours without resetting the clock, language, or battery type. DATE / TIME NOT SET 2013 YY. MM. DD 2012 2011 1. 1 12 : 00 2010 AM 2009 Taking Pictures in M (Scene Recognition) Mode This section describes how to take pictures in M mode. 1 Turn Slide the the camera G on. switch to turn the camera on. 2 Select Rotate M the mode mode. dial to M. M In this mode, the camera au- tomatically analyzes the com- position and selects a scene according to shooting condi- tions and the type of subject: • b (PORTRAIT): Human portrait Selected scene subject. • c (LANDSCAPE): Man-made or natural landscape. • d (NIGHT): Poorly-lit landscape. • e (MACRO): Subject close to camera. • f (NIGHT PORTRAIT): Poorly-lit portrait subject. • g (BACKLIT PORTRAIT): Back-lit portrait subject. a (AUTO) is selected if none of the above are detected. 15 16 Taking Pictures in M (Scene Recognition) Mode 3 Check Check the the battery battery level level. in the display. q w Indicator Indicator Description Description NO ICON Batteries are partially discharged. q B (red) 4 Frame Use the the zoom picture. control to frame the picture in the display. Select W to zoom out Select T to zoom in Zoom indicator Batteries are low. Replace as soon as possible. w A (blinks red) 2 Tip: Focus Lock Use focus lock (pg. 33) to focus on subjects that are not in the focus frame. Batteries are exhausted. Turn cam- era off and replace batteries. 1 Note A battery warning may not be displayed before the camera turns off, particularly if batteries are reused after having once been exhausted. Power consumption varies greatly from mode to mode; the low battery warning (B) may not be dis- played or may be displayed only briefly before the camera turns off in some modes or when switching from shooting to playback mode. Taking Pictures in M (Scene Recognition) Mode Holding the Camera Hold the camera steady with both hands and brace your elbows against your sides. Shaking or unsteady hands can blur your shots. To prevent pictures that are out of focus or too dark (un- derexposed), keep your fin- gers and other objects away from the lens and flash. Shooting Information To choose the shooting information and guides dis- played, press the DISP/BACK button. Indicators displayed Indicators hidden HD framing Best framing To use best framing, position the main subject at the intersection of two lines or align one of the horizontal lines with the horizon. When HD framing is used, 16:9 aspect ratio guide lines are displayed to make it easy to frame HD shots. Use focus lock (pg. 33) to focus on subjects that will not be in the center of the frame in the final photograph. Avoiding Blurred Pictures If the subject is poorly lit, blur- ring caused by camera shake can be reduced using the L DUAL IS MODE option in the setup menu (pg. 100). In B mode, blur caused by sub- ject movement is also reduced (dual IS mode). Sensitivity is raised when dual IS is in effect. Note that blurring may still occur depending on the scene. We recommend that you turn dual IS off when using a tripod. SET-UP 3/5 LCD BRIGHTNESS EVF/LCD MODE CONTINUOUS AUTO POWER SHOOTING OFF ONLY DUAL IS OFF MODE RED EYE REMOVAL BLINK_DETECTION 17 18 Taking Pictures in M (Scene Recognition) Mode Silent Mode In situations in which camera sounds or lights may be unwelcome, hold the DISP/BACK button down until o is displayed (note that silent mode is not available during movie or voice memo playback). The camera speaker and AF-assist illuminator/self- timer lamp turn off and volume (pg. 99) can not be adjusted (note that the AF-assist illuminator may still light when C is selected in scene mode). To restore normal operation, press the DISP/BACK button until the o icon is no longer displayed. 5 Focus. Press the shutter button halfway to focus. 1 Note The lens may make a noise when the camera fo- cuses; this is normal. In M mode, the cam- era continuously adjusts focus, increasing the drain on the batteries. If the camera is able to focus, it will beep twice and the indicator lamp will glow green. If the camera is unable to focus, the focus frame will turn red, s will be displayed, and the indicator lamp will blink green. Change the composition or use focus lock (pg. 33). Taking Pictures in M (Scene Recognition) Mode 6 Shoot. Smoothly press the shutter button the rest of the way down to take the picture. 2 Tip: The Shutter Button The shutter button has two positions. Pressing the shutter button halfway (q) sets focus and exposure; to shoot, press the shutter button the rest of the way down (w).q w Press halfway Press the rest of the way down The Indicator Lamp Indicator lamp The indicator lamp shows camera status as follows: Indicator Indicator lamp lamp Camera Camera status status Glows green Focus locked. Blinks green Blur, ture can focus, be or exposure warning. Pic- taken. Double beep Click Blinks green Recording pictures. Additional pic- and orange tures can be taken. Glows orange 1 Note If the subject is poorly lit, the AF-assist illuminator may light to assist focus (pg. 34). For information on using the flash when lighting is poor, see page 36. Recording pictures. No additional pic- tures can be taken at this time. Blinks orange Flash picture charging; is taken. flash will not fire when Blinks red Lens or memory error (memory card full or not formatted, format error, or other memory error). 2 Tip: Warnings Detailed warnings appear in the display. See pages 116–119 for more information. 19 20 Viewing Pictures Pictures can be viewed in the monitor. When taking important photographs, take a test shot and check the results. 1 Press the a button. The most recent picture will be displayed in the monitor. 100-0001 100-0001 2 View additional pictures. Press the selector right to view pictures in the order recorded, left to view pictures in reverse order. Press the shutter button to exit to shooting mode. Deleting Pictures To delete the picture currently displayed in the monitor, press the selector up (b). The following dialog will be displayed. • Select FRAME and press MENU/ ERASE OK. FRAME SELECTED FRAMES ALL FRAMES SETBACK • To delete the picture, press ERASE OK? MENU/OK. YES CANCEL To exit without deleting the picture, press DISP/BACK. 2 Tip: The Playback Menu Pictures can also be deleted from the playback menu (pg. 54). Shooting Mode Choose a shooting mode according to the scene or type of subject. To choose a shooting mode, rotate the mode dial to the desired setting (pg. 6). The following modes are available: M SCENE SCENE RECOGNITION RECOGNITION The camera automatically analyzes the composi- tion and selects the appropriate scene mode ac- cording to the subject and shooting conditions (pg. 15).B AUTO AUTO Choose for crisp, clear snapshots. This mode is recommended in most situations. SPSP SCENE SCENE POSITION POSITION The camera offers a choice of “scenes,” each adapted to particular shooting conditions or a specific type of subject, which can be assigned to the SP position on the mode dial: 1 Rotate the mode dial to SP. 2 Press ing menu. MENU/OK to display the shoot- 3 Press highlight the A selector SCENE up POSITION. or down to 4 Press list of scenes. the selector right to display a 5 Press highlight the a selector scene. up or down to 6 Press lighted MENU/OK option. to select the high- Until the setting is changed as described above, the chosen scene will be selected whenever the mode dial is rotated to SP. 21 22 Shooting Mode SceneScene Description Description B ZOOM BRACKETING The camera takes zoomed in 2 ×. three shots: one at the current zoom ratio, a second zoomed in 1.4 ×, and a third C NATURAL & N Get good results with backlit subjects and other difficult lighting. The camera takes two shots: one without the flash and one with. D NATURAL LIGHT Capture natural light indoors, under low light, or where the flash can not be used. C PORTRAIT Choose this mode for soft-toned portraits with natural skin tones. D BABY MODE Choose for natural skin tones when taking portraits of infants. The flash turns off automatically. K SMILE&SHOOT The shutter is released automatically when Intelligent Face Detection detects a smiling face. M LANDSCAPE Choose this mode for crisp, clear daylight shots of buildings and landscapes. N SPORT Choose this mode when photographing moving subjects. Priority is given to faster shutter speeds. O NIGHT Choose this mode for poorly lit twilight or night scenes. Sensitivity is automatically raised to reduce blur caused by camera shake. H NIGHT (TRIPOD) Choose this mode for slow shutter speeds when shooting at night. Use a tripod to prevent blur. P FIREWORKS Slow shutter speeds are used to capture the expanding burst of light from a firework. Press the d button to display a shutter-speed selection dialog and press the selector up and down to choose a shutter speed. Q SUNSET Choose this mode to record the vivid colors in sunrises and sunsets. R SNOW Choose for crisp, clear shots that capture the brightness of scenes dominated by shining white snow. S BEACH Choose for crisp, clear shots that capture the brightness of sunlit beaches. U PARTY Capture indoor background lighting under low-light conditions. V FLOWER Choose for vivid close-ups of flowers. The camera focuses in the macro range. W TEXT Take clear pictures of text or drawings in print. The camera focuses in the macro range.

Shooting Mode B Zoom Zoom Bracketing Bracketing Each time the shutter button is pressed, the cam- era takes three pictures: one at the current zoom ratio with an image size of O, a second zoomed in 1.4 × and cropped to P, and a third zoomed in 2 × and cropped to Q (pictures will only be taken if there is enough memory for three images). Two frames are displayed to show the areas that will be included in the second and third pictures; the outer frame shows the area that will be recorded at 1.4 × zoom, the inner frame the area that will be recorded at 2 × zoom. Press the 6 button to choose from wide and tall crops. C Natural Natural & & N This mode helps ensure good results with backlit subjects and in other situations with difficult light- ing. Before shooting, raise the flash; pictures can only be taken when the flash is raised. Each time the shutter button is pressed, the camera takes two shots: one shot without the flash to preserve natural lighting, followed immediately by a sec- ond shot with the flash. Do not move the camera until shooting is complete. 1 Notes • Do not use where flash photography is prohibited. • Only available if memory remains for two pictures. Wide Tall 1 Notes • Digital zoom can not be used. If digital zoom is active when B mode is selected, zoom will be set to the maximum optical zoom position. • Burst shooting options are limited to I and OFF. • Burst mode is not available. D Natural Natural Light Light Capture natural light indoors, under low light, or where the flash can not be used. The flash turns off and sensitivity is raised to reduce blur. 23

24 Shooting Mode N MOTION MOTION PANORAMA PANORAMA In this mode, you can take up to three pictures and join them together to form a panorama. Use of a tripod is recommended to assist in composing overlapping shots. 1 Rotate N. the mode dial to 2 Press MENU/OK to display the shooting menu. 3 Select P MODE C in AUTO the shoot- from ing menu (pg. 78). 6 Frame ous picture the next by superimposing shot to overlap y with on the previ- + so that they form a solid circle (z). The camera will release the shutter automatically. Pan direction SHOOTING MENU 2/2 MODE 1 2 3 1 2 3 MANUAL SET 4 Press the selector the selector left or up right to to select highlight a frame. a pan Press di- rection and press MENU/OK. 5 Take posure a and photograph. white balance Ex- for the panorama are set with the first shot. END CANCEL END CANCEL Display after 1st shot Shutter released 7 Take the last shot as described in Step 6. 1 Note To end shooting and create a panorama after the first or second shot, press the multi selector up after completing Step 5 or Step 6 and proceed to Step 8. 1 Note The camera zooms all the way out and zoom re- 8 Press MENU/OK to save the picture. mains fixed at the widest angle until shooting is complete. AUTO

Shooting Mode 3 Cautions • Panoramas are created from multiple frames. The camera may in some cases be unable to stitch the frames together perfectly. • The desired results may not be achieved with mov- ing subjects, subjects close to the camera, unvarying subjects such as the sky or a field of grass, subjects that are in constant motion, such as waves and wa- terfalls, or subjects that undergo marked changes in brightness. Panoramas may be blurred if the subject is poorly lit. For Best Results For best results, be careful not to tilt the camera back- ward or forward or to either side and try not to move the camera while y and + are aligned to form a solid circle. Printing Panoramas Depending on the page size and the size of the panorama, panoramas may print with their edges cropped out or with wide margins at the top and bottom or at both sides. Framing Panoramas Manually Follow the steps below if the desired results are not achieved with C AUTO selected for P MODE: 1 Select menu. D MANUAL for P MODE in the shooting 2 3 Select Press the picture MENU/OK a frame you to and have display take just a the taken. guide first showing Take shot. the an next edge shot, of framing it to overlap with the previous picture. Guide Display after 1st shot Frame next shot 4 Repeat MENU/OK Step to display 3 to take the the completed third shot panorama. and then press 5 Press MENU/OK to save the picture. 25 26 Shooting Mode P: : PROGRAM PROGRAM AE AE In this mode, the camera sets exposure automati- cally. If desired, you can choose different combi- nations of shutter speed and aperture that will produce the same exposure (program shift). Program Shift Press the d button to choose the desired combina- tion of shutter speed and aperture. Values that differ from those automatically selected by the camera are shown in yellow. The default values can be restored by raising the flash or turning the camera off. Pro- gram shift is not available when the flash is raised. 3 Caution If the subject is outside the meter- ing range of the camera, the shut- ter speed and aperture displays will show “---”. Press the shutter button halfway to measure expo- sure again. Shutter speed P PROGRAM SHIFT ---- F--- 250 SET F3. 1 Aperture

Shooting Mode S: : SHUTTER SHUTTER PRIORITY PRIORITY AE AE In this mode, you choose the shutter speed while the camera adjusts aperture for optimal exposure. 1 Rotate the mode dial to S. 2 Press and aperture the d button. will be displayed. Shutter speed 250 F3.1 4 Press ing mode. the d button to exit to shoot- 5 Take be achieved pictures. at If the correct exposure can not the selected shutter speed, ap- erture will be displayed in red when the shut- ter button is pressed halfway. Adjust shut- S ter speed until the correct exposure can be Shutter speed achieved. SET 3 Caution If the subject is outside the metering range of the cam- 3 Press choose the the selector shutter speed. up or down to era, the aperture display will show “---”. Press the shut- ter button halfway to measure exposure again. 27

28 Shooting Mode A: : APERTURE APERTURE PRIORITY PRIORITY AE AE In this mode, you choose the aperture while the camera adjusts shutter speed for optimal exposure. 1 Rotate the mode dial to A. 2 Press and aperture the d button. will be displayed. Shutter speed SET F3. 1 4 Press ing mode. the d button to exit to shoot- 5 Take be achieved pictures. at If the the selected correct exposure aperture, can not shutter speed will be displayed in red when the shut- ter button is pressed halfway. Adjust aperture A until the correct exposure can be achieved. Aperture 3 Caution If the subject is outside the metering range of the cam- 250 era, the shutter speed display will show “---”. Press the 3 Press choose the the selector aperture. up or down to shutter button halfway to measure exposure again.

Shooting Mode M: : MANUAL MANUAL In this mode, you choose both shutter speed and aperture. If desired, exposure can be altered from the value suggested by the camera. 1 Rotate the mode dial to M. 2 Press and aperture the d button. will be displayed. Shutter speed SET 250 F3. 1 5 Press ing mode. the d button to exit to shoot- 6 Take pictures. The Exposure Indicator MThe amount the picture will be under- or over-ex- posed at current settings is shown by the exposure Shutter speed indicator. Pictures taken with the indicator to the left of center (“–“) will be underexposed, pictures taken Aperture with the indicator is to the right of center (“+”), over- 3 Press choose the the selector shutter speed. up or down to exposed. M 4 Press choose the the selector aperture. left or right to SET 250 F3. 1 Underexposed Overexposed Exposure indicator 29

30 Shooting Mode C: : CUSTOM CUSTOM MODE MODE In P, S, A, and M modes, the K CUSTOM SET option in the shooting menu (pg. 78) can be used to save current camera and menu settings. These settings are recalled whenever the mode dial is rotated to C (cus- tom mode). Menu/setting Menu/setting Settings Settings saved saved F-mode -mode menu menu N ISO, O IMAGE SIZE, P FINEPIX COLOR Shooting Shooting menu menu T J IMAGE AE BKT QUALITY, EV STEPS, C S PHOTOMETRY, FACE RECOGNITION D WHITE BALANCE, F AF MODE, H SHARPNESS, I FLASH, Setup Setup menu menu A IMAGE DISP, L DUAL IS MODE, C AF ILLUMINATOR, D DIGITAL ZOOM, E EVF/LCD MODE OtherOther Shooting mode (P, S, A, or M), continuous shooting mode, Intelligent Face Detection, instant zoom, macro mode, exposure compensation, flash mode, shutter speed, aperture, display type (EVF/LCD), indicators/best framing

Intelligent Face Detection Intelligent Face Detection allows the camera to automatically detect human faces and set focus and exposure for a face anywhere in the frame for shots that emphasize portrait subjects. Choose for group portraits (in horizontal or vertical orientations) to prevent the camera from focusing on the back- ground. 1 Turn Intelligent Intelligent Face Detection Face Detection is turned on. on or off each time g (Intelligent Face Detection) is pressed. 2 Frame If a face the is picture. detected, it will be indicated by a green border. If there is more than one face in the frame, the camera will select the face clos- est to the center; other faces are indicated by white borders. 3 Focus. Press the shutter button halfway to set focus and exposure for the subject in the green border. 3 Caution If no face is detected when the shutter button is pressed halfway (pg. 111), the camera will focus on the subject at the center of the display and red-eye will not be removed. 4 Shoot. Press the shutter button all the way down to shoot. 3 Caution If the subject moves as the shutter but- ton is pressed, their face may not be in the area indicated by the green border when the picture is taken. If the number of faces is large, additional time may be required for processing. Green border 31

32 Intelligent Face Detection Intelligent Face Detection Intelligent Face Detection is recommended when using the self-timer for group- or self-portraits (pg. 38). 7 When a picture taken with Intelligent Face Detection is displayed, the camera can automatically select faces for red-eye removal (pg. 91), playback zoom (pg. 47), slide shows (pg. 87), image search (pg. 53), image disp. (pg. 102), printing (pg. 62), and cropping (pg. 93). Blink Blink Detection Detection If an option other than OFF is selected for A IM- AGE DISP. (pg. 102), a warning will be displayed if the camera detects subjects who may have blinked when the picture was taken. If ZOOM (CONTINUOUS) is selected, you can press the g button to zoom in on these subjects. BLINK DETECTION BLINK DETECTION ZOOM UP NEXT STORE ERASE STORE ERASE 3 Caution Blink detection is not performed if the camera fails to detect a face or when OFF is selected for A IMAGE DISP.. 2 Tip: Blink Detection Blink detection can be turned on or off in the setup menu (pg. 100).

Focus Lock To compose photographs with off-center subjects: 1 Position the subject in the focus frame. 2 Focus. Press the shutter button halfway to set fo- cus and exposure. Focus and exposure will remain locked while the shutter button is pressed halfway (AF/AE lock). Press halfway Repeat steps 1 and 2 as desired to refocus before taking the picture. 3 Recompose the picture. Keeping the shutter button pressed halfway, recompose the picture. 4 Shoot. Press the shutter-release button the rest of the way down to take the picture. Press the rest of the way down 33 34 Focus Lock Autofocus Although the camera boasts a high-precision autofo- cus system, it may be unable to focus on the subjects listed below. If the camera is unable to focus using autofocus, use focus lock (pg. 33) to focus on another subject at the same distance and then recompose the photograph. The AF-Assist Illuminator If the subject is poorly lit, the AF-assist illuminator will light to assist the focus operation when the shutter button is pressed halfway. 1 Notes • Avoid shining the AF-assist illuminator directly into your subject’s eyes. • Very shiny subjects such as mirrors or car bodies. • Fast-moving subjects. your subject’s eyes. your subject’s eyes. • The camera may be unable to focus using the AF- assist illuminator in some cases. If the camera is un- able to focus in macro mode (pg. 35), try increasing the distance to the subject. • The camera may be unable to focus using the AF- assist illuminator in some cases. If the camera is un- able to focus in macro mode (pg. 35), try increasing the distance to the subject.

• Subjects photographed through a window or other reflective object. • Dark subjects and subjects that absorb rather than reflect light, such as hair or fur. • Insubstantial subjects, such as smoke or flame. • Subjects that show little contrast with the back- ground (for example, subjects in clothing that is the same color as the background). • Subjects positioned in front of or behind a high- contrast object that is also in the focus frame (for example, a subject photographed against a back- drop of highly contrasting elements). F Macro and Super Macro Modes (Close-ups) For close-ups, press the selector left (F) to choose from the macro options shown below. Choose from F (macro mode), G (super macro mode), or OFF (macro mode off) When macro mode is in effect, the camera focuses on subjects near the center of the frame. Use the zoom control to compose pictures. In super macro mode, optical zoom can not be adjusted and the flash can not be used. 1 Notes • Use of a tripod is recommended to prevent blur caused by camera shake. • Flash compensation may be required when using the flash (pg. 85). • Using the flash at close range may cast a lens shadow. Zoom a little or have more distance from the subject. 35 36 N Using the Flash (Intelligent Flash) When the flash is used, the camera’s 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. 1 Raise Press the the flash flash. pop-up button to raise the flash. Turning the Flash Off Lower the flash where flash photography is prohibited or to capture natural lighting under dim light. At slow shutter speeds, k will be displayed to warn that pictures may be blurred; use of a tripod is recommended. 2 Choose Press the a selector flash mode. right (N). The flash mode changes each time the selector is pressed. ModeMode Description Description A/K (AUTO FLASH) The flash fires when required. Recommended in most situations. N/L (FORCED FLASH) The flash fires whenever a picture is taken. Use for backlit subjects or for natural coloration when shooting in bright light. O/M (SLOW SYNCHRO) Capture both the main subject and the background under low light (note that brightly lit scenes may be overexposed). N Using the Flash (Intelligent Flash) 3 Focus. Press the shutter button halfway to focus. If the flash will fire, p will be displayed when the shutter button is pressed halfway. At slow shutter speeds, k will appear in the display to warn that pictures may be blurred; use of a tripod is recommended. 4 Shoot. Press the shutter button the rest of the way down to shoot. 3 Caution The flash may fire several times with each shot. Do not move the camera until shooting is com- plete. 1 Note The peripheral part of an image may be dark when using the flash. Red-Eye Removal When Intelligent Face Detection is active (pg. 31), and ON is selected for B RED EYE REMOVAL in the setup menu (pg. 91), red-eye removal is available in K, L, and M. Red-eye removal minimizes “red-eye” caused when light from the flash is reflected from the subject’s retinas as shown in the illustration at right. 37 38 J Using the Self-Timer The camera offers a ten-second timer that allows photographers to appear in their own photographs, and a two-second timer that can be used to avoid blur caused by the camera moving when the shutter button is pressed. 1 Set Press the the timer. selector down (h), and then press the selector left or right to highlight an option and press MENU/OK. OFFOFF Choose from OFF (self-timer off), S (10 s delay), or R (2 s delay) 2 Focus. Press the shutter button halfway to focus. 3 Caution Stand behind the camera when using the shutter button. Standing in front of the lens can inter- fere with focus and exposure. 3 Start Press the timer. the shutter button the rest of the way down to start the tim- er. The display shows the number of seconds remaining until the shutter is released. To stop the timer before the picture is taken, press DISP/BACK. 9 J Using the Self-Timer The self-timer lamp on the front of the camera will blink immediately before the picture is taken. If the two-second timer is selected, the self-timer lamp will blink as the timer counts down. Intelligent Face Detection Because it ensures that the faces of portrait subjects will be in focus, Intelligent Face Detection (pg. 31) is recom- mended when using the self-timer for group portraits or self-portraits. To use the self-timer with Intelligent Face Detection, select S 10 SEC or R 2 SEC in the self-timer menu and then press the shutter button all the way down to start the timer. The camera will detect faces while the timer is counting down and adjust focus and ex- posure immediately before the shutter is released. Be careful not to move until the picture has been recorded. 1 Note The self-timer turns off automatically when the picture is taken, a different shooting mode is selected, playback mode is selected, or the camera is turned off. 39 40 I Continuous Shooting (Burst Mode) Capture motion in a series of pictures. 1 Choose Press the a I continuous button to shooting display continuous mode. shooting options. Press the selec- tor g or h to highlight the desired option and press MENU/OK. ModeMode Description Description OFF Continuous shooting mode off. One picture is taken each time the shut- ter button is pressed. I (TOP 6) The camera takes up to 6 pictures while the shutter button is pressed. L (FINAL 6) The camera takes up to 40 pictures while the shutter button is pressed, but only the last 6 frames are recorded. N (N LONG PERIOD) The camera takes pictures while the shutter button is pressed. Shooting ends when the shutter button is released or memory is full. K (K TOP 20) The camera takes up to 20 pictures while the shutter button is pressed. J (J TOP 40) The camera takes up to 40 pictures while the shutter button is pressed. O (AE BKT) Each time the shutter-release button is pressed, the camera takes three shots: one using the metered value for exposure, the second overex- posed by the amount selected for J AE BKT EV STEPS in the shoot- ing menu (pg. 85), and the third underexposed by the same amount (the camera may not be able to use the selected bracketing increment if the amount of over- or under-exposure exceeds the limits of the exposure metering system). CONTINUOUS OFF TOP6 I Continuous Shooting (Burst Mode) 2 Focus. Press the shutter button halfway to focus. 3 Shoot. Pictures will be taken while the shutter button is pressed. Shooting ends when the shutter button is released, memory is full, or the selected number of shots has been taken. 1 Notes • Focus and exposure are determined by the first frame in each series. The flash turns off automatically; the previ- ously-selected flash mode is restored when continuous shooting is turned off. • Frame rate varies with shutter speed. • If the self-timer is used when L and N are selected, only one picture will be taken when the shutter button is pressed. • At a setting of J, white lines may appear in bright areas of the image; these can be avoided by choosing K mode. • The number of pictures that can be recorded depends on the memory available. AE bracketing is only available if there is sufficient memory for three pictures. Additional time may be required to record pictures when shoot- ing ends. 41 42 c Instant Zoom In instant zoom, the area surrounding the frame is visible in the display. Use to frame erratically moving subjects such as children, pets, and athletes at sporting events. 1 Position the subject in the focus frame. Use the zoom control to frame the subject in the center of the display. 2 Choose a frame. Press the selector up (c) to cycle through framing options as shown below. No zoom Horizontal, low zoom Vertical, high zoom Horizontal, high zoom Vertical, low zoom The frame is displayed as shown at right. The com- position can be adjusted using the zoom control. 3 Focus and shoot. The framed area will be enlarged to create a full-sized picture. 2 Tip: Intelligent Face Detection Intelligent Face Detection will not detect faces outside the selected frame. 3 Caution Only horizontal (landscape-orientation) framing is available when I, L, N, or O is selected for con- tinuous shooting mode. c Instant Zoom ■ Digital Zoom Digital Zoom 1 Enable digital zoom. Select ON for the D DIGITAL ZOOM op- tion in the setup menu (pg. 104). 2 Choose a subject. Frame the subject in the center of the display using digital zoom. 3 Press the selector up (c). The camera will zoom to the maximum opti- cal zoom position with the area that will be recorded using digital zoom indicated by a frame at the center of the display. 4 Frame the picture. Use the zoom control to choose the area that will be included in the final photograph. 5 Focus and shoot. The framed area will be enlarged to create a full-sized picture. 3 Caution Pictures taken using the instant zoom are lower quality than pictures taken using normal zoom. 43 44 d Exposure Compensation Use exposure compensation when photographing very bright, very dark, or high-contrast subjects. 1 Press The exposure the d button. indicator will be displayed. P Exposure indicator SET250 F3.1 2 Choose Press the a selector value. left or right. The effect is visible in the display. Choose negative values to reduce exposure (“–” sign turns yellow) Choose positive values to increase exposure (“+” sign turns yellow) 3 Return to shooting mode. Press the d button to return to shooting mode. 4 Take pictures. 1 Note A d icon and exposure indicator are displayed at set- tings other than ±0. Exposure compensation is not reset when the camera is turned off; to restore normal exposure control, choose a value of ±0. d Exposure Compensation Choosing an Exposure Compensation Value • Backlit subjects: choose values from +2/3 EV to +12/3 EV (for an explanation of the term “EV”, see the Glossary on page 120) • Highly reflective subjects or very bright scenes (e.g., snowfields): +1 EV • Scenes that are mostly sky: +1 EV • Spotlit subjects (particularly if photographed against dark backgrounds): –2/3 EV • Subjects with low reflectivity (pine trees or dark-colored foliage): –2/3 EV 45 46 Playback Options To view the most recent picture in the monitor, press the a button. 100-0001 100-0001 Press the selector right to view pictures in the order recorded, left to view pic- tures in reverse order. Keep the selector pressed to scroll rapidly to the desired frame. 100-0001 100-0001 12/31/2050 12/31/2050 10:00 AM 10:00 AM 1 Note Pictures taken using other cameras are indicated by a m (“gift image”) icon during playback. Choosing a Display Format Press the DISP/BACK button to cycle through playback display formats as shown below. Information on Information off 100-0001 100-0001 12/31/2050 12/31/2050 1/2501/250 100100 N4:34:310:00 10:00 AM AM F3.1F3.1 Favorites (pg. 47) 3 Playback Options Playback Zoom Playback Zoom Select T to zoom in on pictures displayed in sin- gle-frame playback; select W to zoom out. When the picture is zoomed in, the selector can be used to view areas of the image not currently visible in the display. Zoom indicator Navigation window shows portion of image currently displayed in monitor Press DISP/BACK to exit zoom. 1 Note The maximum zoom ratio varies with image size. Playback zoom is not available with copies resized or cropped to a size of a or smaller. Intelligent Face Detection Pictures taken with Intelligent Face Detection (pg. 31) are in- dicated by a g icon. Press the g button to zoom in on the subject selected with Intelli- ZOOM BACK gent Face Detection. You can then use the zoom control to zoom in and out. I Favorites: Favorites: Rating Rating Pictures Pictures To rate the picture currently displayed in full-frame playback, press DISP/BACK and press the selector up and down to select from zero to five stars. 2 Tip: Favorites Ratings can be used for image search (pg. 53). 47

48 Playback Options Viewing Photo Information Viewing Photo Information To view or hide the photo information listed below in single-frame playback, press d. 100-0001 4:3 N q Image quality and size, w Sensitivity, e Shutter speed/ aperture, r FinePix color, t Flash mode, y White bal- ance, u Exposure compensation, i Frame number, o Picture (overexposed areas blink on and off), !0 Histo- gram ISO 400 1/250 F3.5 : STD : OFF ::-1 2 3 12/31/2050 10:00 AM 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. Optimal exposure: Pixels are distributed in an even curve throughout the tone range. Overexposed: Pixels are clustered at the right side of the graph. Underexposed: Pixels are clustered at the left side of the graph. Underexposed: Pixels are clustered at the left side of the graph. Playback Options Multi-Frame Playback Multi-Frame Playback To change the number of images dis- played during playback, select W. 10:00 AM 10:00 AM 12/31/2050 12/31/2050 Use the selector to highlight images and press MENU/OK to view the highlighted image full frame. In the nine- and hundred-frame displays, press the selector up or down to view more pictures. 2 Tip: Two-Frame Display Two-frame display can be used to compare pictures taken in C mode. Select W to increase the number of pictures displayed to one frame with previ- ous and next, two, nine, or a hundred. Select T to reduce the number of im- ages displayed. 49

50 Viewing Panoramas To view a panorama, display in single-frame view and press the selector down. PLAY STOP PAUSE The following operations can be performed during playback: Operation Operation ButtonButton Description Description Start/pause playback Press the selector down to start playback. Press again to pause. End playback Press the selector up to end playback.

k PhotoBook Assist Create books from your favorite photos. Creating Creating a a PhotoBook PhotoBook 1 Select back menu. k PHOTOBOOK ASSIST in the play- 2 Highlight NEW BOOK. 3 Press book dialog. MENU/OK to display the new 4 Choose pictures for the new book. • SELECT FROM ALL: Choose from all the pictures available. • SELECT BY IMAGE SEARCH: Choose from pictures matching selected search conditions (pg. 53). 1 Note Neither photographs a or smaller nor movies can be selected for photobooks. 5 Scroll through the images and press the selec- tor up to select or deselect the current image for inclusion in the book. To display the current image on the cover, press the selector down. 1 Note The first picture selected automatically becomes the cover image. Press the selector down to select a different picture for the cover. 6 Press is complete. MENU/OK to exit when the book 7 Highlight COMPLETE PHOTOBOOK. SELECT IMAGES FOR PHOTOBOOK SELECT ALL COMPLETE PHOTOBOOK EXIT 1 Note Choose SELECT ALL to select all photos, or all pho- tos matching the specified search conditions, for the book. 51

52 k PhotoBook Assist 8 Press added MENU/OK. to the list The in new the book photobook will be assist menu. 3 Cautions • Photobooks can contain up to 300 pictures. • Books that contain no photos are automatically deleted. PhotoBooks Photobooks can be copied to a computer using the supplied MyFinePix Studio software. Viewing Viewing PhotoBooks PhotoBooks Highlight a book in the photobook assist menu and press MENU/OK to display the book, then press the selector left and right to scroll through the pictures. Press DISP/BACK to return to the photo- book assist menu. Editing Editing and and Deleting Deleting PhotoBooks PhotoBooks 1 Display MENU/OK the to view photobook book edit and options. press 2 Choose from the following options: • EDIT: Edit the book as described in “Creating a PhotoBook” on page 51. • ERASE: Delete the current photobook. 3 Follow the on-screen instructions.

b Image Search Search for pictures by date, subject, scene, file type, and rating. 1 Select menu. b IMAGE SEARCH in the playback 2 Highlight press MENU/OK: one of the following options and OptionOption Description Description BY DATE Find all pictures taken on a selected date. BY FACE Find all pictures based on specified face information. BY I FAVORITES Find all pictures with a specified rating (pg. 47). BY SCENE Find all pictures that match a selected scene. BY TYPE OF DATA Find all still pictures or all movies. BY UPLOAD MARK Find all pictures selected for upload to a specified destination (pg. 89). 3 Select match a the search search condition. condition Only will be pictures displayed. that To delete or protect selected pictures or to view the selected pictures in a slide show, press MENU/OK and choose from the following options: OptionOption See See page page A ERASE 54 D PROTECT 92 I SLIDE SHOW 87 4 To end the search, select EXIT SEARCH. 53

54 A Deleting Pictures In the playback menu, you can select and delete individual pictures or delete all pictures at once. Note that deleted pictures cannot be recovered. Copy important pictures to a computer or other storage device before proceeding. Press the MENU/OK button to display the playback menu, and then select the desired method for de- leting pictures on the A ERASE screen. PLAYBACK MENU 1/2 PHOTOBOOK ASSIST SLIDE SHOW BACK Delete one picture IMAGE SEARCH FRAME ERASE SELECTED FRAMES MARK FOR ALL UPLOAD FRAMES Delete multiple pictures RED EYE REMOVAL Delete all pictures Deleting One Picture Deleting One Picture Press g or h to select the desired picture and then press the MENU/OK button to delete the pic- ture that is displayed. 2 Tips • The picture is deleted when the MENU/OK button is pressed, so be careful not to accidentally delete pictures. • Pressing the MENU/OK button repeatedly will delete consecutive pictures. Press g or h to select the picture that you want to delete before you press the MENU/OK button.

A Deleting Pictures Deleting Deleting Multiple Multiple Pictures Pictures All pictures marked with a checkmark can be deleted at once. 2 Tip Pictures that have been selected for a DPOF print order and protected pictures are in- dicated by u. 1 Select lete and each press picture the MENU/OK you want button. to de- • Each picture will be marked with a checkmark . • Press the MENU/OK button again to remove the checkmark. 2 After want selecting to delete, all the pictures you press the DISP/BACK button. A confirmation screen is displayed. 3 Select button OK to delete and press the selected the MENU/OK pic- tures. 55

56 A Deleting Pictures Deleting All Pictures Deleting All Pictures You can delete all the pictures. 2 Tips • You can press the DISP/BACK button to cancel, however, pictures that were deleted before you pressed the DISP/ BACK button cannot be recovered. • Protected pictures cannot be deleted. Remove protection from any pictures that you want to delete (pg. 92). • A message is displayed if you try to delete pictures that have been selected for a DPOF print order. To delete the pictures, press the MENU/OK button. 1 Rotate the mode dial to F (movie mode). 12s Time available STANDBY STANDBY is displayed in monitor 2 Press from the the O F QUALITY button and menu. select Select a frame h 1280 size (1280 × 720) for an aspect ratio of 16 : 9 (High Definition), f (640 × 480) to record standard definition movies, or g (320 × 240) for lon- ger movies. Press DISP/BACK to exit to movie mode. 3 Press MENU/OK and select F AF MODE. • r CENTER: The camera focuses on the sub- ject in the center of the screen. • u CONTINUOUS: Use when shooting a moving subject. The camera continuously focuses on the subject as it moves within the AF frame. F Recording Movies Shoot short movies at 30 frames per second. Sound is recorded via the built-in microphone; do not cover the microphone during recording. 4 Press DISP/BACK. The camera returns to the movie recording screen. Zooming While Recording a Movie The zoom can be used while recording a movie. In the setup menu, select 1 DIGITAL or 2 OPTICAL (pg. 100). 1 DIGITAL: Image quality may deteriorate when the zoom is used. 2 OPTICAL: The sound of the camera zooming may be heard when playing movie. Avoiding Blurred Pictures If the subject is poorly lit, blurring caused by camera shake can be reduced using the L DUAL IS MODE option in the setup menu (pg. 100). Sensitivity is raised when dual IS is in effect. Note that blurring may still occur depending on the scene. We recommend that you turn dual IS off when using a tripod. 57 58 5 Press the shutter button all the way down to start recording. REC 12s z REC and time remaining are dis- played in monitor 1 Note Exposure and white balance are adjusted automatically throughout recording. The color and brightness of the image may vary from that displayed before recording begins. 2 Tip There is no need to keep the shutter button pressed during recording. 6 Press the shutter button halfway to end recording. Recording ends au- tomatically when the movie reaches maximum length or memory is full. F Recording Movies 3 Caution The indicator lamp lights while movies are being re- corded. Do not open the battery chamber during shooting or while the indicator lamp is lit. Failure to observe this precaution could prevent the movie from being played back. 1 Notes • Vertical or horizontal streaks may appear in movies containing very bright subjects. This is normal and does not indicate a malfunction. • The E EVF/LCD MODE option in the setup menu is fixed at 30 fps in movie mode. • Recording movies for a long time or using the camera at high ambient temperatures may increase the cam- era temperature. This is normal and does not indicate a malfunction. a Viewing Movies During playback (pg. 46), movies are displayed in the monitor as shown at right. The following operations can be performed while a movie is displayed: 100-006 100-006 12/31/2050 12/31/2050 10:00 10:00 AM AM PLAY Operation Operation Description Description Start/pause playback Press the selector down to start playback. Press again to pause. End playback/ delete Press the selector up to end playback. If playback is not in progress, pressing the selector up will delete the current movie. Advance/ rewind Press the selector right to advance, left to rewind. If playback is paused, the movie will advance or rewind one frame each time the selector is pressed. Adjust volume Press MENU/OK to pause playback and dis- play volume controls. Press the selector up or down to adjust the volume; press MENU/OK again to set the volume. Progress is shown in the monitor during play- back. 15s15s STOP PAUSE Progress bar 2 Tip: Viewing Movies on a Computer Copy movies to the computer before viewing. 3 Caution Do not cover the speaker during playback. 59 60 Viewing Pictures on TV Connect the camera to a TV to show pictures to a group. 1 Turn the camera off. 2 Connect the supplied USB-A/V cable as shown below. Insert into USB-A/V cable connector Connect yellow plug to video-in jack Connect white plug to audio-in jack HDMI An HDMI cable (available from third-party suppliers; pg. 125) can be used to connect the camera to High Definition (HD) devices (playback only). The USB cable can not be used while an HDMI cable is connected. Insert into HDMI Insert into HDMI connector connector HDMI Mini Connector Viewing Pictures on TV 3 Tune the television to the video or HDMI input channel. See the documentation supplied with the television for details. 4 Press the a button for about a second to turn the camera on. The camera monitor turns off and pictures and movies are played back on the TV. Note that the camera volume controls have no ef- fect on sounds played on the TV; use the television volume controls to adjust the volume. 1 Note Image quality drops during movie playback. 3 Caution When connecting the cable, be sure the connectors are fully inserted. 61 62 Printing Pictures via USB If the printer supports PictBridge, the camera can be connected directly to the printer and pictures can be printed without first being copied to a computer. Note that depending on the printer, not all the functions described below may be supported. Connecting Connecting the the Camera Camera 1 Connect and turn the the supplied USB-A/V cable as shown printer on. 2 Press the camera the a on. button t for USB about will a second to turn be displayed in the monitor, followed by the PictBridge display shown below at right. USB 00 FRAME OK Printing Printing Selected Selected Pictures Pictures 1 Press play a the picture selector you left or right to dis- wish to print. 2 Press choose the the selector number up of copies or down (up to to 99). 3 Repeat pictures. steps Press 1–2 MENU/OK to select to additional display a confirmation dialog when settings are complete. PRINT THESE FRAMES TOTAL: 9 SHEETS PICTBRIDGE TOTAL: 00000 YES CANCEL SHEETS SET 4 Press MENU/OK to start printing. Printing Pictures via USB 2 Tip: Printing the Date of Recording To print the date of recording on pictures, press DISP/ BACK in steps 1–2 to display the PictBridge menu (see “Printing the DPOF Print Order,” below). Press the se- lector up or down to highlight PRINT WITH DATE s and press MENU/OK to return to the PictBridge display (to print pictures without the date of recording, select PRINT WITHOUT DATE). 1 Note If no pictures are selected when the MENU/OK button is pressed, the camera will print one copy of the current picture. Printing Printing the the DPOF DPOF Print Print Order Order To print the print order created with K PRINT ORDER (DPOF) in the playback F-mode menu (pg. 86): 1 In BACK the to PictBridge open the PictBridge display, press menu. DISP/ PICTBRIDGE PRINT WITH DATE PRINT WITHOUT DATE PRINT DPOF 2 Press highlight the u selector PRINT up or down to DPOF. 3 Press tion dialog. MENU/OK to display a confirma- PRINT DPOF OK? TOTAL: 9 SHEETS YES CANCEL 63

64 Printing Pictures via USB 4 Press MENU/OK to start printing. 1 Notes • Print pictures from a memory card that has been for- matted in the camera. During Printing The message shown at right is displayed during printing. Press DISP/BACK to cancel be- fore all pictures are printed (depending on the printer, printing may end before the current picture has printed). • If the printer does not support date printing, the PRINTING PRINT WITH DATE s option will not be available in the PictBridge menu and the date will not be printed on the pictures in the DPOF print order. PRINT WITH DATE s option will not be available in the PictBridge menu and the date will not be printed on the pictures in the DPOF print order. • When pictures are printed via direct USB connection, CANCEL page size, print quality, and border selections are made using the printer. page size, print quality, and border selections are made using the printer.

If printing is interrupted, press a to turn the camera off and then on again. Disconnecting the Camera Confirm that “PRINTING” is not displayed in the moni- tor and turn the camera off. Disconnect the USB cable.


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