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Custom menu....92 AF / Shutter release priority setup...94 Focus-hold button setup....94 AF / MF button setup....94 AEL button setup....95 AF with shutter-release button...95 Auto AF setup....96 Control-dial setup....96 Control-dial (exposure compensation) setup...96 Control-dial lock.....97 Exposure-compensation setup....97 AF illuminator.....97 Shutter lock.....97 AF area setup....98 Monitor display setup....98 Recording display setup....98 Anti-Shake viewfinder display setup....98 ISO button setup....99 Zone Matching....99 ISO menu setup....100 M-SET button setup....100 Creating a menu shortcut....100 Custom menu reset....101 Setup menu.....102 LCD brightness.....104 Transfer mode....104 Video output....105 Viewing images on a television...105 Audio signals....106 Language....106 Date and time setup....107 File number memory....107 Folder name....108 Select folder....108 New folder.....109 LCD backlight....109 Auto power save....109 Menu section memory....110 Delete confirmation....110 Clean CCD.....110 Reset default....112 11
Accessory notes....114 AC Adapter AC-11 (sold separately)...114 About the battery charger cord...114 Vertical Control Grip VC-7D (sold separately)...115 Focusing-screen compatibility....115 Lens shadowing....115 Smooth focus....116 Focal-length conversion....116 CCD-plane indicator....117 Lens compatibility.....117 Attaching an accessory flash...117 Flash compatibility....118 High-Speed Sync. (HSS)...118 Using the flash terminal....119 Data-transfer mode....120 System requirements...120 Connecting the camera to a computer...121 Connecting to Windows 98/98 second edition...122 Automatic installation....122 Manual installation....123 Auto power save (Data-transfer mode)...125 Memory card folder organization...126 Disconnecting the camera from the computer...128 Windows 98/98 second edition...128 Windows Me, 2000 Professional, and XP...128 Macintosh.....129 Changing the memory card (data-transfer mode)...130 Windows 98/98 second edition...130 Windows Me, 2000 Professional, and XP...130 Macintosh.....130 Removing the driver software - Windows....131 PictBridge....132 Notes on printing errors....133 Navigating the PictBridge menu...134 Batch print....135 Index print.....135 Paper size.....136 Layout....136 Print quality....137 Data print....137 DPOF print....137 12
Troubleshooting.....138 Care and storage....141 Camera care....141 Cleaning.....141 Storage.....141 Operating temperatures and conditions...142 Memory card care and handling...142 Batteries.....142 LCD monitor care....143 Copyright....143 Before important events or journeys...143 Questions and service....143 Technical specifications....144
NAMES OF PARTS
* This camera is a sophisticated optical instrument. Care should be taken to keep these surfaces clean. Please read the care and storage instructions in the back of this manual (p. 141).
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.
Front control dial Shutter-release button Exposure-mode dial (p. 39) Dial Lock Release Flash (p. 31) Exposure-compensation dial (p. 48) Flash-compensation dial (p. 48) Flash sync. terminal (p. 119) Strap eyelet (p. 18) DC terminal (p. 114) Remote-control terminal (p. 45)
12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.
Focus-mode dial (p. 52) Lens release (p. 19) Lens mount Mirror* Lens contacts* Self-timer lamp (p. 57) Tripod socket Depth-of-field preview button (p. 53) Battery-chamber release (p. 22) Battery-chamber door (p. 22)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.
Main switch Eyepiece sensors* Viewfinder* (p. 17) Eyepiece cup (p. 59) Accessory shoe Diopter-adjustment dial (p. 20) Drive-mode dial (p. 56) AE lock button (p. 46) Metering-mode dial (p. 50) White-balance button (p. 60) White-balance dial (p. 60) AF/MF button (p. 53) Rear control dial USB port/Video-out terminal (p. 105, 121)
15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.
Card-slot door (p. 24) Controller & Spot-AF button (p. 54) Focus-area switch (p. 54) Access lamp Anti-Shake switch (p. 32) Camera-sensitivity (ISO) button (p. 51) Memory set button (p. 63) LCD monitor* (p. 16, 34) Playback button (p. 34) Delete button (p. 36) Magnification button (p. 38) Display button (p. 33, 37) Menu button
Names of parts
RECORDING MODE DISPLAY
The recording display shows information on camera operation in panels. The information displayed varies with the functions set. As the camera is rotated to a vertical position, the display automatically rotates to compensate for the camera position.
Wide focus frame
Spot AF area (p. 54)
1. Memory / exposure mode / exposure panel 2. Flash panel 3. Digital Effects panel 4. Metering / AF area / AF mode / Release priority / Drive mode panel 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. AE lock / battery condition panel Ev scale Color mode / camera-sensitivity panel Image size / quality panel White-balance panel Frame counter
Local focus areas (p. 55)
Spot-metering area (p. 50)
The spot AF area and local focus areas are illuminated briefly to indicate the point of focus when the focus is locked.
The subject is near a very bright object or area.
FOCUS LOCK 1
The focus-lock function is used when the subject is off-center and outside the focus frame. Focus lock may also be used when a special focusing situation prevents the camera from focusing on the subject. Place the subject within the focus frame. Press and hold the shutter-release button partway down. The focus signals indicates that the focus is locked. When the focus is set, an AF area is illuminated briefly to indicate the point of focus. Focus signal
USING THE BUILT-IN FLASH
The built-in flash is designed to be used with lenses with focal lengths from 24mm or longer. When using lenses shorter than 24mm, the corners of the image are not be fully illuminated. The lens hood and certain lenses can cause shadowing, see page 115. The shutter will not release while the flash is charging.
To use the flash, simply pull up the unit by the tabs on each side. The flash position must be set manually, and once up, the flash unit always fire regardless of the amount of ambient light. The flash mode is changed with the recording menu (p. 71). Push down the built-in flash when the camera is not in use. The flash is also used as an AF illuminator, see page 97.
Without lifting your finger from the shutter-release button, recompose the subject within the viewfinder. Press the shutter-release button all the way down to take the picture.
The viewfinder flash signal indicates the status of the flash.
Signal steady - flash charged and ready to fire. Signal blinking - flash output was sufficient for exposure. If the flash signal does not blink after taking the picture, the subject was not within the flash range. The flash range depends on the aperture used for the exposure. The follow chart shows the range when camera sensitivity is set to ISO 100. See page 51 for the flash range with other camera sensitivity settings.
If the shutter speed falls below the point where the camera can be hand held safely, the camerashake warning indicator appears in the viewfinder. Camera shake is slight blurring caused by subtle hand motion and is more pronounced with telephoto lenses than wide angle. Although the warning appears, the shutter can still be released. If the warning appears, place the camera on a tripod or use the built-in flash.
Aperture f/2.8 f/3.5 f/4.0 f/5.6
Flash range (ISO 100) 1.0m ~ 4.3m (3.3 ft. ~ 14.1 ft.) 1.0m ~ 3.4m (3.3 ft. ~ 11.1 ft.) 1.0m ~ 3.0m (3.3 ft. ~ 9.8 ft.) 1.0m ~ 2.1m (3.3 ft. ~ 6.9 ft.)
Digital Effects panel
RECORDING MODE RESET
The recording mode functions can be reset in section 1 of the recording menu (p. 64). When selected, a confirmation screen appears; choosing Yes resets the following functions and settings, No cancels the operation.
The flash mode can be changed in section 2 of the recording menu (p. 64). For the flash to fire, the built-in unit must be manually raised; lower the flash to prevent it from firing. The auto-white-balance setting gives priority to the flashs color temperature. If another type of white balance is used, priority is given to the active settings color temperature.
Focus area selection Preset white balance Color temperature Digital Effects (FX) Flash mode Flash control Manual flash power ratio Exposure bracketing setup Flash bracketing setup
Spot AF area Daylight 0 5500K All reset to 0 Fill flash or red-eye reduction1 ADI 1/1 0.3Ev / 3 frames 0.3Ev / 3 frames
p. p. p. p. p. p. p. p. p.
Fill-flash - used as the main or supplementary light. In low-light conditions, the flash acts as the main source of illumination and overpowers the ambient light. Under strong sunlight or in backlit situations, the fill-flash can reduce harsh shadows. Fill-flash Red-eye reduction - used when taking photographs of people or animals in low-light conditions. The red-eye effect is caused by light reflected from the retina of the eye. The camera fires several pre-flashes before the main flash burst to contract the pupils of the subjects eyes. Rear sync. Rear flash sync - used with long exposures to make trailing lights or blurring appear to follow rather than proceed the subject. The effect is not apparent if the shutter speed is too fast and stops the subjects motion. When the shutter is released, a pre-flash fires. This pre-flash is not for exposure, but for metering. The flash fires again just before the shutter closes.
1. The flash mode is reset to whichever of the two modes was last set.
The bracketing increment and the number of frames in a exposure and flash bracket is selected in section 2 of the recording menu (p. 64). The bracketing increment is in Ev (p. 81). For information on the bracketing drive mode, see page 58.
The order in which the bracketing frames is captured selected in section 2 of the recording menu (p. 64). For information on the bracketing drive mode, see page 58. Bracketing order Flash bracket setup Exposure bracket setup
Activate the playback menu with the menu button. Tab 1 at the top of the menu is highlighted.
To select images for DPOF printing (p. 89). To print the date of capture with each print (p. 90) To create an index print with the DPOF order (p. 90) To cancel DPOF print orders on the memory card (p. 90).
When the required menu section is displayed, use the up/down key to scroll through the menu options. Highlight the option whose setting needs to be changed.
When a marked-frames setting is chosen on a menu, the frame-selection screen appears so multiple files can be selected. The index format of the screen can be changed in section 1 of the playback menu (p. 87).
Use the up/down key to highlight the new setting. If Enter is displayed, press the central button of the controller to continue. The left/right keys of the controller move the yellow border to select the image. Press the central button of the controller to select the highlighted setting. The up key selects the frame; when selected, an indicator appears on the thumbnail. The down key deselects the image removing the indicator.
Once a setting has been selected, the cursor returns to the menu options and the new setting is displayed. Changes can continue to be made. To return to the playback mode, press the menu button.
Press the central button of the controller to complete the operation. Pressing the menu button cancels the screen and any operation made. 82
Deleting permanently erases the image. Once deleted, an image cannot be recovered. Care should be taken when using the delete function.
When a memory card is formatted, all data on the card is erased. The formatting function in section 1 of the playback menu is used to erase all data on a memory card. Before formatting a card, copy the data to a computer or storage device. Locking files will not protect them from being deleted when the card is formatted. Always format the memory card using the camera; never use a computer to format a card. When the format option is selected and entered, a confirmation screen appears. Choosing Yes formats the card, choosing No cancels the operation. Never remove the card while it is being formatted. A screen appears to indicate the card has been formatted.
Single, multiple, or all images in a folder can be deleted with the playback menu. Before an image is deleted, a confirmation screen appears; choosing Yes executes the operation, No cancels it. Only the images in the view-folder option in section 1 of the playback menu (p. 82) can be viewed and deleted with the marked frames and all-in-folder options. Delete has three options:
Delete Format View folder Folder name Lock Index format
All folders 100KMframes
Marked frames - to delete multiple images. When this setting is chosen, the frame-selection screen is displayed. Use the left/right keys of the controller to highlight the first image to be deleted. Pressing the up key marks the thumbnail with the delete indicator. To deselect an image for deletion, highlight it with the yellow border and press the down key; the delete indicator disappears. Continue until all the images to be deleted are marked. Press the controller to continue (the confirmation screen appears), or press the menu button to cancel the operation and return to the playback menu. On the confirmation screen, highlighting and entering Yes deletes the marked images. All in folder - to delete unlocked images in a single folder specified by the view-folder option. All on card - all unlocked images on the card are deleted. The delete function can only erase unlocked images. If an image is locked, it must be unlocked before it can be deleted.
Only the images in the folders specified with the view-folder option in section 1 of the playback menu (p. 82) can be viewed or edited in playback. Two options are available: All folders - to view and edit all images on the memory card. Single folder - to view and edit images in a specific folder. The folder is selected in the folder-name option below the view-folder option. For more on memory card organization, see page 126. Folders can be created and selected in section 2 of the setup menu (p. 108, 109).
Delete Format View folder Folder name Lock Index format Single folder 100KMframes
Single, multiple, or all images on the memory card or in a folder specified with the view-folder option can be locked. A locked image cannot be deleted by either the playback menu functions or the delete button. Important images should be locked. Images are locked in section 1 of the playback menu (p. 82). The lock has five options: Marked frames - to lock or unlock multiple images. When this is chosen, the frame-selection screen (p. 83) is displayed. Use the left/right keys of the controller to highlight the image to be locked. Pressing the up key marks the thumbnail with the lock indicator. To unlock an image, highlight it with the yellow border and press the down key; the lock indicator disappears. Continue until all the images are marked. Press the controller to lock the marked frames, or press the menu button to cancel the operation and return to the playback menu. All in folder - to lock images in a single folder specified by the view-folder option. All on card - all images on the memory card are locked. Unlock folder - to unlock images in a single folder specified by the view-folder option. Unlock card - all images on the memory card are unlocked. Locking an image protects it from a delete function. However, the formatting function erase all files on a memory card whether locked or not.
INDEX PLAYBACK FORMAT
The index-format option in section 1 of the playback menu can specify a four, nine, and sixteen image display for index playback (p. 37) and frame-selection screens (p. 83). A file browser can also be used in place of the index playback display mode; a 9-frame display is used for the selection screens.
9-frame index After selecting the file-browser option in the menu, press the display button in the playback mode to display the file browser. The up/down keys of the controller switch between the folder tabs and images; a tab or images is highlighted.
The left/right keys of the controller select the folder tabs or images.
Section 2 of the playback menu starts the slide-show function. This function automatically displays images every five seconds on the card or in the folder specified with the view-folder option in section 1 of the menu. Highlight Enter in the slide-show option in section 2 of the playback menu and press the center of the controller to begin the slide-show playback.
Slide show DPOF set Date imprint Index print Cancel print Enter
The DPOF-set option is used to set an order for standard prints from digital images. Single, multiple, or all images on the memory card or in a folder specified with the view-folder option can be printed (p. 85). DPOF setup has three options:
Press the central button of the controller to pause and restart the presentation. Use the left/right keys of the controller to advance to the next image or return to the previous one. To cancel the presentation, press the down key of the controller or the menu button.
Marked frames - to choose a group of images to be printed or when the number of copies for each image varies. When selected, the frame-selection screen appears (p. 83). Use the left/right keys of the controller to highlight an image to be printed. Pressing the up key marks the image with the printer indicator. The number next to the indicator indicates the number of copies of that image will be printed. Pressing the up key increases the number of copies, pressing the down key decreases the number. A maximum of nine copies can be ordered. To deselect an image for printing, press the down key until the the number of copies reaches zero and the printer indicator disappears. Continue until all the images to be printed are marked. Press the controller to create the DPOF file, or press the menu button to cancel the operation and return to the playback menu. All in folder - to select images in the folder specified by the view-folder option. All on card - to select all images on the memory card for printing. When the all-in-folder or all-on-card option is chosen, a screen appears requesting the number of copies of each image; a maximum of nine copies can be ordered. Use the up/down keys of the controller to set the number of copies. If the all-on-card option was used to create a print order, any additional images saved afterwards in the folder are not be included in the order. DPOF files created with another camera are deleted when a DPOF file is created.
The custom menu controls operation preferences. See page 91 on how to open the custom menu.
Priority setup FocusHoldButt. AF/MF button AEL button AF w/ shutter Auto AF setup AF Focus hold Hold AE hold On Auto AF
To set AF or shutter-release priority (p. 94). To set the operation of a lens focus-hold button (p. 94). To set the operation of the AF/MF button (p. 94). To set the operation of the AEL button (p. 95). To set AF with the shutter-release button (p. 95). To set the operation of the Auto AF focus mode(p. 96). When the required menu section is displayed, use the up/down key to scroll through the menu options. Highlight the option whose setting needs to be changed. To specify exposure control with the control dials (p. 96).
Ctrl dial set Exp. comp. Ctrl dial lock SS Off Off Ambient&flash On F/no.
Use the left/right keys of the controller to highlight the appropriate menu tab; the menus change as the tabs are highlighted.
To assign exposure comp. to the control dials (p. 96). To lock the control dials before AF and AE (p. 97). To specify flash output with exposure comp. (p. 97). To turn the AF illuminator on and off (p. 97).
Exp. comp. set AF illuminator
Use the up/down key to highlight the new setting. If Enter is displayed, press the central button of the controller to continue.
Shutter lock AF area setup On 0.3s. display Automatic Auto rotate On
To lock the shutter when no lens is mounted (p. 97). To control the viewfinder AF-area illumination (p. 98). To control how the monitor is turned on and off (p. 98). To set the recording display orientation (p. 98). To turn the Anti-Shake scale on and off (p. 98).
Monitor disp. Rec. display AS finder disp.
Once a setting has been selected, the cursor returns to the menu options and the new setting is displayed. Changes can continue to be made.
To switch between ISO and Zone Matching (p. 99).
ISO button set ISO menu setup M set button Custom reset ISO Memory
To set the ISO range (p. 100). To select between memory and menu shortcut (p. 100). To reset the custom functions (p. 101).
AF/SHUTTER RELEASE PRIORITY SETUP
This custom function has two options: AF - AF priority. The shutter will not release until the camera focuses. Release - shutter-release priority. The shutter releases even if focus cannot be confirmed. The RP indicator is displayed on the monitor when this option is selected.
Highlight Enter and press the center of the controller to create a new folder. The new folder name is displayed briefly. Every time a new folder is created, the folder number increases automatically by one greater than the highest folder number on the memory card.
101KM023 folder created.
The LCD monitor backlight turns off to conserve power after a certain period. Press a camera button to restore the display. This period can be set to 5, 10, 30, or 60 seconds in section 3 of the setup menu (p, 102).
File # memory Folder name Select folder New folder Off Std. form 100KM023 LCD backlight Power save Delete conf. Clean CCD Reset default 5 sec. 3 min. No
This option specifies in which folder images are saved. Only folders with a standard folder name can be selected. If the date folder name option is used, images are placed in a folder with the corresponding date of recording. Select folder is in section 2 of the setup menu (p. 102).
The camera shuts down to conserve battery power if no operation is made within a certain period. The length of this period can be changed to 1, 3, 5, 10, or 30 minutes. To restore power, press the shutter-release button partway down. When the camera is connected to the computer, the autopower-save period is set to ten minutes. This period cannot be changed.
MENU SECTION MEMORY
The camera can remember which menu section was lasted opened. If the menu section memory function is on, when the menu button is pressed, the last menu section that was last displayed is opened. When menu section memory is off, section 1 of the recording or playback menu is displayed when the menu button is pressed.
LCD backlight Power save Delete conf. Clean CCD Reset default 5 sec. 3 min. No
The battery should be fully charged before cleaning the CCD. If battery power is low, this function cannot be used. The use of the optional AC adapter is recommended over the use of the battery. Cleaning the CCD without sufficient power will cause permanent damage. Highlight Enter and press the center of the controller to begin the cleaning routine.
LCD backlight Power save MenuSec.Memory Delete conf. Clean CCD Reset default Enter
Each time a delete command is used a confirmation screen appears confirming the action to erase the image data. When this screen opens, the no button is highlighted. This function allows the yes button to be initially highlighted to make deleting images easier. Care should be taken when deleting images as the data cannot be retrieved once erased.
Read this section carefully before connecting the camera to a computer. Details on using and installing the DiMAGE Viewer software are found in the supplied software manual. These manuals do not cover the basic operation of computers or their operating systems; please refer to the manual supplied with your computer.
CONNECTING THE CAMERA TO A COMPUTER
A fully charged battery should be used when the camera is connected to a computer. The AC adapter (sold separately) is recommended over the use of batteries. For users with Windows 98, read the section on how to install the necessary driver before connecting the camera to a computer.
For the camera to be connected directly to the computer and used as a mass-storage device, the computer must be equipped with a USB port as a standard interface. The computer and the operating system must be guaranteed by their manufacturers to support USB interface. The following operating systems are compatible with the camera: Windows 98, 98SE, Me, 2000 Professional, and XP Macintosh OS 9.0 ~ 9.2.2 and Mac OS X 10.1.3 ~ 10.1.5, 10.2.1 ~ 10.2.8, 10.3 ~ 10.3.5 Compatibility with Windows XP is with the home or professional editions only. Check the Konica Minolta web site for the latest compatibility information: North America: http://www.konicaminolta.us/ Europe: http://www.konicaminoltasupport.com Users with Windows 98 or 98 second edition will need to install the driver software on the included DiMAGE software CD-ROM (p. 122). No special driver software is required for other Windows or Macintosh operating systems. Customers who have bought a previous DiMAGE digital camera and have installed the Windows 98 driver software must repeat the installation procedure. The updated version of the driver software included on the supplied DiMAGE software CD-ROM is required for the operation of the this camera with a computer. The new software will have no affect on the performance of DiMAGE cameras. A remote camera driver is supplied in the Windows edition of the DiMAGE Viewer CD-ROM. This driver is not compatible with this camera.
1. Turn off the camera. 2. Change the memory card. 3. Turn on the camera to remake the USB connection.
Windows XP: from the start menu go to the control panel. Click on the performance and maintenance category. Click System to open the system properties window. 3. Windows 2000 and XP: select the hardware tab in the properties window and click the devicemanager button. Windows 98 and Me: click the device-manager tab in the properties window. 4. The driver file will be located in the universal-serial-bus-controller or other-devices location of the device manager. Click on the locations to display the files. The driver should be indicated with Konica Minolta, the camera name, or USB Mass Storage Device. Under certain conditions, the driver name may not contain these names. However, the driver will be indicated by either a question mark or exclamation point. 5. Click on the driver to select it. 6. Windows 2000 and XP: click on the action button to display the drop-down menu. Select uninstall. A confirmation screen will appear. Clicking Yes will remove the driver from the system. Windows 98 and Me: click the remove button. A confirmation screen will appear. Clicking Yes will remove the driver from the system. 7. Disconnect the USB cable and turn off the camera. Restart the computer.
1. 2. 3. 4. Stop the USB connection using the unplug-or-eject-hardware routine (p. 128). Turn off the camera. Change the memory card. Turn on the camera to remake the USB connection.
1. 2. 3. 4. Stop the USB connection by dragging the drive icon into the trash (p. 129). Turn off the camera. Change the memory card. Turn on the camera to remake the USB connection.
Confirm the transfer-mode option in section 1 of the setup menu is set to PTP. Connect the camera to a PictBridge compatible printer using the cameras USB cable. The larger plug on the cable is connected to the printer. Slide open the video out / USB port cover and insert the smaller plug of the cable into the camera. Turn the camera on; the PictBridge screen is displayed automatically.
No. of prints: 5 Printer setup Printer setup Printer setup Printer setup
The number of prints in the print run are displayed as well as the print parameters selected with the menu. See the menu navigation section for more information (p. 134). Press the central button of the controller to begin printing, or press the menu button to return to the PictBridge screen.
Subject is too close. Focus signal is blinking. A special situation is preventing the autofocus system from focusing (p. 29)
Make sure the subject is within the focus range of the lens.
Pictures are not sharp.
Use the focus-lock function to focus on an object at the same distance as the subject (p. 30) or use manual focus (p. 52).
Err displayed on the monitor.
The camera is hot or it has been left in a very hot environment.
Pictures are Use Anti-shake or a tripod, change taken indoors or Slow shutter speeds result in the camera sensitivity to a higher in low-light blurred images when the setting (p. 51), or use the flash (p. situations without camera is hand-held. 31). flash.
Memory card is full and 0000 is unable to store an image at displayed on the the image-quality or imageframe counter. size setting on the camera. Shutter will not release.
Insert a new memory card (p. 24), delete some images (p. 36), or change the image-quality or image-size setting (p. 64).
While using flash, the The subject is beyond the pictures are too flash range (p. 51). dark.
Move closer to the subject or change the camera sensitivity to a higher setting (p. 51).
---- is No memory card in the displayed on the camera. frame counter.
Insert a memory card (p. 24).
Focus signal blinks. 138
AF/Shutter release priority in See page 94 for more on this the custom menu is set to custom function. AF
A shadow Lens hood appears on the mounted when bottom of the using flash. image.
The lens hood blocks the light from the built-in flash.
Always remove the lens hood when using the built-in flash. Also see the lens shadowing section on page 115.
Symptom Shutter speed and/or aperture display blink.
Cause Subject or scene is outside the exposure control range of the camera.
Solution Adjust the exposure until the display stops blinking or change camera sensitivity (p. 51).
CARE AND STORAGE
Read this section in its entirety to get the best results from your camera. With proper care, your camera will provide years of service.
Do not subject the camera to shock or impact. Turn off the camera when transporting. This camera is neither waterproof nor splashproof. Inserting or removing batteries or the memory card, or operating the camera with wet hands may damage the camera. When at the beach or near water, take care not to expose the camera to water or sand. Water, sand, dust, or salt can damage the camera. Do not leave the camera under direct sunlight. Do not point the lens directly at the sun; the CCD may be damaged.
7.4V, 1500mAh 85g (3.0 oz.) 56.0 (W) X 39.5 (H) X 21.0 (D) mm 2.20 (W) X 1.56 (H) X 0.83 (D) in
Specifications are based on the latest information available at the time of printing and are subject to change without notice.
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TAKE YOUR BEST SHOT, WITH THE MINOLTA DYNAX SYSTEM
The Dynax System features Konica Minoltas most innovative optical technology in a full range of exceptional lenses and accessories. Each is designed for optimum power, flexibility and compactness, to further expand your photographic horizons.
AF Wideangle Lenses
AF Wideangle Lenses offer an increased depth-offield perspective not possible with the human eye. They are ideal for photographing large group shots, landscapes or architecture.
AF 28 mm f/2
With a large maximum aperture of f/2, this wideangle lens is the perfect choice for high-speed photography and when working in dark situations.
Maximum Close Focus: 0.3 m Maximum Magnification: 13/100 life-size
AF 16 mm f/2.8 Fisheye
This fisheye lens covers a full 180 degrees view, from corner to corner of the picture. Four filters (normal, 056, FLW, B12) are built in.
Maximum Close Focus: 0.2 m Maximum Magnification: 3/20 life-size
AF 28 mm f/2.8
One of the most popular lightweight wide-angle lenses, featuring a compact design for ideal portability and mobility. Equipped with a built-in hood.
AF 20 mm f/2.8
This ultra-wideangle lens has a rear-focusing floating optical system that ensures quick, precise autofocusing and virtually eliminates close-focus aberrations. Its seven-blade aperture produces a circular opening to provide round, natural background highlights.
Maximum Close Focus: 0.25 m Maximum Magnification: 13/100 life-size
AF 35 mm f/1.4 G
This lens features a large maximum aperture that produces exceptionally bright viewfinder images. And its aspherical element and rear-focusing system contribute to the superb sharpness and high contrast of the lens.
Maximum Close Focus: 0.3 m Maximum Magnification: 1/50 life-size
AF 24 mm f/2.8
Compact and lightweight, this ultra-wideangle lens provides fast and precise autofocusing while virtually eliminating close-focus aberrations with a rear-focusing floating optical system. The seven-blade aperture provides round, natural-looking highlights with its circular opening.
Maximum Close Focus: 0.25 m Maximum Magnification: 4/25 life-size
Circular 7- or 9 -Blade Aperture
AF Standard Lenses
AF Standard Lenses were designed to closely duplicate the natural angle of the human eye. Their versatility, wide-angle coverage, and unmatched cost performance make them the most popular lenses used.
AF Telephoto Lenses
Commonly used for sports photography and portraits, AF Telephoto Lenses help isolate your subject while affording you greater shooting distance from your subject.
(D) indicates the distance encoder system. When attached to the Dynax 7D, 7, 60, 5, 40, 4 or 3L, the D lens makes features such as ADI (Advance Distance Integration) flash metering possible with Program Flash 5600 HS(D), 3600 HS(D) and 2500(D), as well as with each respective camera's built-in flash.
AF 300mm f/2.8 Apo G (D) SSM
This versatile and durable telephoto lens employs new ultrasmooth and ultra-quiet supersonic-wave motor technology for superior AF operation. 3 AD (anomalous dispersion) lenses, which bring outstanding sharpness to focused images, are incorporated. A circular aperture (9 aperture blades) is featured to give you smooth defocused images from the lens' widest aperture setting. This lens also has the shortest minimum focus distance in its class. Plus, you get Direct Manual Focus, a Focus Range Limiter, 4-Focus hold buttons and a Prefocus function, for greater overall telephoto lens performance.
Autofocus cannot be used with the camera models introduced before the Dynax 7 (excluding the updated Dynax 9). Available functions depend on lens and body combination. Maximum Close Focus: 2 m Maximum Magnification: 9/50 life-size
AF 300 mm f/4 Apo G
This telephoto lens uses two AD (Anomalous-Dispersion) glass elements to provide apochromatic correction for high quality images. Its circular aperture provides a natural-looking background, while its internal focusing system assures you of high-speed autofocus.
Maximum Close Focus: 2.5 m Maximum Magnification: 7/50 life-size
AF 600 mm f/4 Apo G
A large aperture, extreme-telephoto lens with an internal focusing design for outstanding telephoto effects. This lens uses AD (Anomalous-Dispersion) glass to reduce chromatic aberration to a level that places it in the distinguished apochromat class. A focus-hold button is conveniently located on the side of the lens barrel, and adjusting the focusing range is made possible by using the focusing range ring.
Maximum Close Focus: 6.0 m Maximum Magnification: 11/100 life-size
AF 400 mm f/4.5 Apo G
Two AD (Anomalous-Dispersion) glass elements on this lens correct chromatic aberrations. Its circular aperture gives you a natural-looking background, and the focus-hold button and focusing range ring improve speed-shooting performance.
Maximum Close Focus: 3.0 m Maximum Magnification: 3/20 life-size AF 1.4X Tele Converter Apo (D) AF 2X Tele Converter Apo (D)
AF 1.4X Tele Converter Apo (D) AF 2X Tele Converter Apo (D)
These new high-performance tele converters effectively extend the focal length of high-speed lenses, including SSM lenses, by 1.4X / 2X without compromising the quality of the master lens. The following is a list of compatible lenses: 300mm f/2.8 Apo G (D) SSM*1. 70-200mm f/2.8 Apo G (D) SSM*1, 200mm f/2.8 Apo G, 300mm f/2.8 Apo G, 300mm f/4 Apo G*2, 400mm f/4.5 Apo G*2, 600mm f/4 Apo G*2. 200mm f/4 Macro Apo G*3, and STF 135mm f/2.8 [T4.5]*3.
*1 With the combination of these tele converter and camera models introduced before the Dynax 7 (excluding the updated Dynax 9), only manual focus is available. *2 When attached to the AF 2X Tele Converter Apo (D), only manual focus can be activated. *3 When these tele converters are combined, only manual focus is available.
AF Reflex 500 mm f/8
The worlds first compact and lightweight autofocus reflex-type telephoto lens. A convenient built-in focus-hold button is located on the side of the lens barrel for quick and sure operation. It can also be used on the Dynax 3000i, 9000, 7000, and 5000 in manualfocusing mode (autofocusing and focus indicator will not function).
Maximum Close Focus: 4.0 m Maximum Magnification: 13/100 life-size
AF Macro Lenses
AF Macro Lenses are for people who enjoy close-up photography. These lenses allow you to take life-size pictures without having to use additional equipment, thus offering a new world of photographic possibilities.
AF 100 mm f/2.8 Macro (D)
This new medium telephoto Macro lens is capable of continuous shooting from infinity to 1:1 magnification ratio without the aid of attachments. The advanced focus ring has been widened and will not rotate while in AF. The lens is equipped with a focus-hold button and focus-range limiter for reduced focusing time and improved operation. Plus, it has a circular aperture, and utilizes a doublefloating element focusing design. It is ideal for macro shots of foliage, small wildlife, portraits and scenic photography.
Maximum Close Focus: 0.35 m Maximum Magnification: 1/1 life-size
AF 50 mm f/2.8 Macro (D)
This standard Macro lens comes with a double-floating element focusing design, and focuses from infinity to a 1:1 magnification ratio without the aid of attachments. The seven-blade circular aperture produces a softer, more natural-looking background. A focus-hold button and focus-range limiter enhance focusing operations.
Maximum Close Focus: 0.2 m Maximum Magnification: 1/1 life-size
AF 50 mm f/3.5 Macro
Compact and lightweight, this lens features a floating element focusing design that virtually eliminates aberrations in closefocus situations. This lens allows you to focus from infinity to a 1:2 magnification ratio.
Maximum Close Focus: 0.23 m Maximum Magnification: 1/2 life-size
AF Zoom Lenses
Less is more with Konica Minolta AF Zoom Lenses. Compact and lightweight, plus the flexible and high performance characteristics of several lenses in one.
AF 200 mm f/4 Macro Apo G
The 200mm Telephoto Macro lens can focus from infinity to a 1:1 magnification ratio using no attachments. Excellent contrast is achieved by use of AD (Anomalous-Dispersion) glass. And the circular aperture provides a pleasing, natural defocusing effect. Comprehensive and absolute focus control is obtained with a detachable tripod-mounting collar, focus-hold button and a focus range-limiter. Moreover, the focusing ring is automatically deactivated while the camera is in AF mode.
Maximum Close Focus: 0.5 m Maximum Magnification: 1/1 life-size
AF 17-35mm f/2.8-4 (D) AF Macro Zoom 3X-1X f/1.7-2.8
This is the world's first and only AF lens able to operate in the 3X to 1X magnification range. It also provides motorized zooming and framing for quick set-up. This compact and lightweight 2X zoom covers a wide-angle range from 17 to 35mm. It features a maximum aperture of f/2.8, a short minimum focus distance of 30cm, and a circular aperture (7 aperture blades).
Maximum Close Focus: 0.3m Magnification: 1/5.4 life-size
AF mm f/3.5 G
This flexible zoom gives you the freedom to compose in the superwide angle ranges as close as 0.3 metres to your subject. With aspherical lenses and Anomalous-Dispersion (AD) glass you can be assured of sharp, distortion-free images throughout the field - even at maximum wide angle at full-open aperture.
Maximum Close Focus: 0.3 m Maximum Magnification: 17/100 life-size
AF 20-35 mm f/3.5-4.5
With this ultra-wide angle zoom lens, you can capture landscapes, architecture, or interior photography in narrow rooms. Aspherical elements within the lens let you take high-quality pictures, while keeping it light and compact.
Maximum Close Focus: 0.5 m Maximum Magnification: 2/25 life-size
AF 2870 mm f/2.8 G
This lens allows you to use a maximum aperture of f/2.8 at any focal length from 28 to 70mm. It also has a nine-bladed circular aperture that produces rounded, more natural background highlights, in addition to a moving mask that blocks flare-causing light at any focal length.
Maximum Close Focus: 0.85 m Maximum Magnification: 9/100 life-size
AF 2485 mm f/3.5-4.5
This lens provides high image quality by using two compound aspherical elements to reduce aberrations common at wide focal lengths. Its wide 3.5X zoom range includes an ultra-wide 24mm focal length.
Maximum Close Focus: 0.5 m Maximum Magnification: 17/100 life-size
AF 28-75mm f/2.8 (D)
The AF 28-75mm f/2.8 (D) lens gives you a great performance with a portable body. It employs a maximum aperture of f/2.8 at any focal length between 28 to 75mm. This lens also delivers a short minimum focus distance of 33cm at any focal length.
Maximum Close Focus: 0.33m Magnification: 1/3.9 life-size
AF 24105 mm f/3.5-4.5 (D)
This lightweight and compact 3X telephoto zoom lens has a circular aperture and two AD (Anomalous-Dispersion) glass elements to correct chromatic aberrations. It delivers defocusing effects and photographic results that feature remarkable high contrast and high resolution. The advanced focus ring has been widened and will not rotate while in AF. The lens is equipped with a focus-hold button and focus-range limiter for reduced focusing time and improved operation.
Maximum Close Focus: 1.5 m Maximum Magnification: 6/25 life-size
G-Series AF lenses stand out for the distinctive level of image quality and photographic performance they provide serious photographers. Circular aperture design, double-floating and floating focusing systems, AD (Anomalous Dispersion) glass, aspherical lens elements and a focushold button, are advanced G-Series design features that help produce a unique soft and natural defocusing effect, as well as enabling you to take truly high quality photos with the sharpness and vividness you expect.
SSM (Supersonic-wave Motor) Lenses
The supersonic-wave motor uses the nature of piezo-electric element, which changes shape when voltage is applied. Compared to conventional DC motors, the supersonic-wave motor has characteristics that fit the lens drive, such as producing high torque from slow rotation and providing quick start and stop responses. By employing this motor, the SSM lenses provide ultra-quiet, ultra-smooth and superior AF operation.
AD (Anomalous Dispersion) glass decreases chromatic aberration more than normal optical glass, to prevent a decrease in resolving power which occurs when the focal length increases. The unique AD glass developed by Konica Minolta enables vivid reproductions when using large diameter telephoto lenses and telephoto zoom lenses.
AF 100-400 mm f/4.5-6.7 Apo
This ultra-telephoto features a light and compact 400mm zoom lens with wide-ranging 4X zoom. Two AD (AnomalousDispersion) glass elements correct chromatic aberrations, and the circular aperture provides natural-looking backgrounds.
Maximum Close Focus: 2.0 m Maximum Magnification: 1/4 life-size
Konica Minolta retains a distinct advantage in the use of aspherical optics. With ordinary spherical lenses, the focal point varies according to whether the incident light passes through the central or peripheral part of the lens, thus producing spherical aberration. While perfect compensation has never been achieved, and is particularly difficult to compensate for in large diameter lenses, decreasing the lens curve or combining dispersion lenses are methods commonly used in an attempt to compensate for spherical aberration. Konica Minoltas aspherical lenses are developed not only to correct spherical aberration in large diameter lenses, but also to take high Focal plane contrast images with less blotting Spherical lens effects while in the largest aperture. Konica Minoltas aspherical lenses are effective in correcting distortion while Focal plane using wide and standard zooms. Whats more, the use of aspherical lenses Aspherical lens decreases the total number of lenses required to produce a complete lens. This Spherical aberration of spherical technology has enabled Konica Minolta lenses and corrected images using aspherical lenses. to create more compact lenses.
Circular 7- or 9 - Blade Aperture
G-Series Lenses Aspherical Lens
AD AD Glass SSM Lenses Circular 7- or 9 -Blade Aperture
The closer the aperture shape is to becoming a perfect circle, the more beautiful your defocused effect will be. Thats why Konica Minoltas specially-designed aperture blades produce a circular opening from their widest setting down 1.5 steps to help smooth a scenes out-of-focus areas. When you take a picture with sunlight shining through foliage, a picture at sunset or a picture of neon lights, the source of the light can be defocused beautifully. The number of aperture blades must be maximized to make the aperture as perfectly circular as possible. Conversely, each blade can be curved to produce a circular aperture, and thus a desired blurring effect.
Angle Of View
Standards, Telephotos, Wideangles, Macros and Zooms. They change the way your camera sees a scene. They provide you with the right degree of coverage for each photographic situation.
Your lens choice affects the size, position and importance of a pictures subjects in relation to each other. The wider your wide angle lens is, the larger the difference in size your subjects foreground and background will be. Further, the larger the telephoto lens used, the more your foreground and background will overlap.
The choice of lens influences the area of sharp focus in front of, and/or behind the main subject. The wider your aperture, the shallower your depth-of-field will be. This will allow you to further defocus your background. Whats more, the narrower your aperture, the deeper your depth-of-field will be. This enables you to capture a clear shot of your subject, as well as your background.
85 mm 200 mm
AF Lens Specifications
Lens AF 16/2.8 Fisheye AF 20/2.8 AF 24/2.8 AF 28/2 AF 28/2.8 AF 35/1.4 G AF 50/1.4 AF 50/1.7 AF 85/1.4 G (D) AF 100/2.8 SOFT FOCUS STF 135/2.8 [T4.5] (5) AF 200/2.8 Apo G AF 300/2.8 Apo G (D) SSM (7) AF 300/4 Apo G AF 400/4.5 Apo G AF Reflex 500/8 (6) AF 600/4 Apo G AF 1.4X Tele Converter Apo (D) (3) AF 2X Tele Converter Apo (D) (4) AF 50/2.8 Macro (D) AF 50/3.5 Macro AF 100/2.8 Macro (D) AF 200/4 Macro Apo G AF Macro Zoom 3X-1X/1.7-2.8 AF 17-35/2.8-4 (D) NEW AF 17-35/3.5 G AF 20-35/3.5-4.5 AF 24-85/3.5-4.5 AF 24-105/3.5-4.5 (D) AF 28-70/2.8 G AF 28-75/2.8 (D) NEW AF 28-80/3.5-5.6 (D) AF 28-100/3.5-5.6 (D) AF 35-80/4-5.6 II AF 70-200/2.8 Apo G (D) SSM (7) AF 70-210/4.5-5.6 II AF 75-300/4.5-5.6 (D) AF 100-300/4.5-5.6 Apo (D) AF 100-400/4.5-6.7 Apo Elements/ Groups 11/8 10/9 8/8 9/9 5/5 10/8 7/6 6/5 7/6 7/7 8/6 8/7 13/12 9/7 9/7 7/5 10/9 5/4 6/5 7/6 5/5 8/8 13/8 7/5 14/11 15/12 13/11 14/12 12/11 16/11 16/14 8/7 10/8 8/8 19/16 10/10 13/10 11/10 14/11 Angle of View 28.410 3X: 8 x 12 mm (1), 1X: 24 x 36 mm (1) 7532 75-248.Minimum Focus 0.2 m 0.25 m 0.25 m 0.3 m 0.3 m 0.3 m 0.45 m 0.45 m 0.85 m 0.8 m 0.87 m 1.5 m 2.0 m 2.5 m 3.0 m 4.0 m 6.0 m 0.2 m 0.23 m 0.35 m 0.5 m Working Distance 3X: 25 mm, 1X:40 mm 0.3 m 0.3 m 0.5 m 0.5 m 0.5 m 0.85 m 0.33 m 0.4 m 0.48 m 0.38 m 1.2 m 1.1 m 1.5 m 1.5 m 2.0 m
G designates Konica Minolta's exclusive G-Lens Series. (D) indicates the distance encoder system. When attached to the Dynax 7D, 7, 60, 5, 40, 4 or 3L, the D lens makes features such as ADI (Advance Distance Integration) flash metering possible with Program Flash 5600 HS(D), 3600 HS(D) and 2500(D), as well as with each respective camera's built-in flash.
Minimum Aperture f/22 f/22 f/22 f/22 f/22 f/22 f/22 f/22 f/22 f/32 f/2.8 (T4.5)-31 (T32) f/32 f/32 f/32 f/32 f/32 f/32 f/32 f/32 f/32 3X: f/16, 1X: f/27 f/22-32 f/22 f/22-27 f/22-27 f/22-27 f/22 f/32 f/22-38 f/22-38 f/22-32 f/32 f/22-27 f/32-38 f/32-38 f/32-45
Filter (dia.) integral 72 mm 55 mm 55 mm 49 mm 55 mm 55 mm 49 mm 72 mm 55 mm mm integral 42 mm integral integral integral 55 mm 55 mm 55 mm 72 mm 72 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm
Dimensions (dia. x length) 75 x 66.5 mm 78 x 53.5 mm 65.5 x 44 mm 66.5 x 49.5 mm 65.5 x 42.5 mm 68 x 76 mm 65.5 x 43 mm 65.5 x 39 mm 81.5 x 72.5 mm 71.5 x 78 mm 80 x 99 mm 86 x 134 mm 122 x 242.5 mm 91 x 220.5 mm 109 x 275 mm 89 x 118 mm 169 x 449 mm 64 x 20 mm 64 x 43.5 mm 71.5 x 60 mm 66 x 55 mm 75 x 98.5 mm 79 x 195 mm 86 x 117 x 94.5 mm 83 x 88.5 mm 82.5 x 90.5 mm 77.5 x 69.5 mm 74 x 73 mm 71 x 69 mm 83 x 114.5 mm 73 x 94 mm 63 x 68 mm 66 x 78 mm 63 x 66 mm 87 x 196.5 mm 69.5 x 93 mm 71 x 122 mm 73.5 x 101.5 mm 79.5 x 149 mm
Weight 400 g 285 g 215 g 285 g 185 g 490 g 235 g 170 g 560 g 440 g 730 g 790 g 2,310 g 1,410 g 1,920 g 665 g 5,500 g 170 g 200 g 295 g 240 g 510 g 1,130 g 1,100 g 430 g 600 g 325 g 415 g 395 g 850 g 510 g 190 g 240 g 150 g 1,340 g 320 g 460 g 485 g 840 g
(1) Size of image that fills the film plane. (2) W x D x H. (3)(4) For use with AF 300/2.8 Apo G (D) SSM*1, AF 70-200/2.8 Apo G (D) SSM*1, AF 200/2.8 Apo G, AF 300/4 Apo G*2, AF 400/4.5 Apo G*2, AF 600/4 Apo G*2, AF 200/4 Macro Apo G*3, and STF 135/2.8 [T4.5]*3 lenses only. Autofocus cant be used in the following combinations: AF 1.4X / AF 2X Tele Converter Apo (D), lenses displaying this sign (*1) and camera models introduced before Dynax 7 (excluding the up-dated Dynax 9). AF 2X Tele Converter Apo (D) and lenses displaying this sign (*2). AF 1.4X / AF 2X Tele Converter Apo (D) and lenses displaying this sign (*3). (5) Manual focus only.
(6) When attached to the 3000i, 9000, 7000 and 5000, neither AF nor Focus Indicator can be used. Focusing must be manual. (7) Autofocus cannot be used in the following combinations: With the camera models introduced before the Dynax7 (excluding the updated Dynax 9). With the former tele converters AF 1.4X Tele Converter II Apo / AF 2X Tele Converter II Apo. Notice: When used with si- and xi-Series cameras, all AF lenses can be operated in either autofocus or manual focus mode. Expert Autozoom features cannot be used. The above specifications are determined based on Konica Minolta test standards. The specifications are based on the information available at the time of printing and are subject to change without notification. The colour of the products shown may differ slightly from the actual units due to the printing proccess.
The versatility and flexibility of Konica Minoltas flash systems offer you a multitude of creative options. Experiment with light and shade using the high performance Program Flash 5600HS(D)/3600HS(D), or the compact and highly capable Program Flash 2500(D).
(D) indicates the distance encoder system. It makes features such as ADI (Advanced Distance Integration) flash metering with the Dynax 7D, 7, 60, 5, 40, 4, 3L and D lenses, as well as DiMAGE A2, A1, 7Hi, 7i, 7 and 5.
Program Flash 3600HS(D)
New and improved features take the Program Flash 3600HS(D) to another level in lighting photography simplicity. This unit provides the maximum guide number of 36 in metres (at 85mm and ISO 100). It offers high-speed synchronization in all shutter speeds. And it is equipped with a built-in auxiliary light. It boasts improved flash-metering performance that reduces or eliminates the effects of background conditions, all from an ultra-compact body.
Off-Camera Cable OC-1100
Triple Connector TC-1000
Exposure Control Guide Number single-burst flash conventional flash at ISO 100, in meters Power Level Power Source Recycling Time approx. Dimensions Macro Controller Twin Flash Unit Macro ring flash Weight (w/o batteries) Macro Controller Twin Flash Unit Macro Ring Flash *Wide-angle Adapter
Auto-electronic flash with direct TTL OTF flash metering Ring flash Twin flash power level flashtube flashtube flashtube flashtube flashtube flashtube w/adapter* w/diffuser 1/1 Selectable from seven levels (1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, 1/64) Alkaline Ni-MH Lithium 0.2-6 0.2-5 0.2-x 123 x 91 mm 43 x 41 x 37 mm 98 x 121 x 22 mm 245 g (w/o batteries) 30 g (w/o batteries) 120 g (w/o batteries)
Off-Camera Shoe OS-1100
3600HS(D) 5600HS(D) 5600HS(D)
A cable between flashes to enable use of multiple flash units.
Wireless/Remote Flash Controller
This compact unit simplifies and improves off-camera flash operation. It attaches to the cameras hot shoe to control a combination of two off-camera flash units with a lighting ratio of 2:1, or any variety of flash unit combinations. An infrared light conveys signals. Remote off-camera flash control can be used even in macro photography as close as 20cm, the minimum working range of the AF 50mm f/2.8 Macro, without effecting the exposure.
Flash Shoe Adapter FS-1100
A special shoe adapter to mount Program Flash units 4000AF, 2800AF, and 1800AF to Dynax si-Series, xi-Series or i-Series camera bodies*.
*Automatic switch-over and the flash's built-in AF illuminator cannot be used.
A multiple flash mounting accessory to connect up to three Program Flashes* to the camera. The Program Flash 3600HS(D)/2500(D) 3500xi/2000xi/3200i/2000i are connected to the TC-1000 with a OS-1100 off-camera shoe and an extension cable. The 5600HS(D)/5400HS/5400xi/ 5200i are connected with an extension cable.
*Except for D-314i/316i
To use the Program Flash 5600HS(D)/3600HS(D)/2500(D) or other xi-/i- Series Program Flash separated from the camera, mount the flash on the OS-1100 and connect the flash and camera with the off-camera cable OC-1100.
Bounce Reflector II set I (5400HS/5400xi/5200i) / IV set (3500xi) V set (5600HS(D), 3600HS(D))
External Battery Pack EP-2
The ultra-compact and portable external battery pack is compatible with the Program Flash 5600HS(D). The unit requires the use of 6 AA size batteries.
This compact accessory attaches to the Program Flash 5600HS(D), 3600HS(D)/5400HS/5400xi, 5200i or 3500xi and provides a desirable bounce surface for a soft, natural effect, even outdoors. The direct TTL autoflash metering controls flash duration for proper exposure.
Used in combination with the off-camera shoe OS-1100 to use the Program Flash 3600HS(D)/2500(D)/3500xi/2000xi/3200i/2000i removed from the camera body, or can be used by itself to connect the Program Flash 5600HS(D), 5400HS, 5400xi or 5200i directly to the camera. Since the flash can be positioned at any angle to the subject, special light-dark contrast effects, close-up photography, and precise control of the lighting balance are possible.
Macro Flash Adapter Ring
A convenient ring that allows you to attach the AF Apo Tele-Macro 200mm f/4 G to the Macro Flash 1200 AF SET (N).
Flash Compatibility With AF Cameras
FL ASH FEATURE 9 7D 4 3L
800si/ 600si 505si 500si/ 300si SUPER 404si 700si/
9xi/ 7xi/ 5xi
8000i/ 5000i 3000i 7000i
5600 HS (D)
3600 HS (D)
2000xi Macro Ring Flash Twin Flash
Program Reset Advanced Distance Integration Auto Zoom Ratio High Speed Sync Remote High Speed Sync Slow-shutter Sync Remote Off-camera Flash Modeling Multi-burst Manual Flash Control AF Illuminator Program Reset Advanced Distance Integration Auto Zoom Ratio High Speed Sync Remote High Speed Sync Slow-shutter Sync Remote Off-camera Flash AF Illuminator Advanced Distance Integration Ratio Slow-shutter Sync AF Illuminator Program Reset AF Illuminator Slow-shutter Sync Program Reset Slow-shutter Sync Modeling (4) Manual Flash Control
(6) (1) (6)
Remote Flash Controller
(1) 4 segment flash metering (2) for 9xi wireless function is available only when used with 5600HS, 5400xi or the wireless remote controller (3) possible only with customised setting (4) only with twin flash (5) 9xi only (6) The zoom position is a slightly smaller focal length than when attached to the 35mm film SLR camera
Flash Meter VI
Konica Minolta brings a new dimension to integrated exposure meters with the Flash Meter VI. It provides unsurpassed balance and feel, as well as a large LCD readout, which displays incident or reflected-light Spot meter readings for ambient, flash or combinations with analysis of flash. Its unique Exposure Navigation System enables the displaying of the latitude of the final medium, while also displaying both incident and reflected-spot readings. This ensures that important details will be recorded as you envision them.
Viewfinder 5 degree Flat diffuser Reflected-Light Attachment II Mini Receptor Sync Cord III
Auto Meter V F
Auto Meter V F provides exposure analysis for flash measurements, showing the ratio of flash light to overall exposure. Additional easy-to-use functions that are included are the Brightness Difference function for adjusting lighting balance, the Memory With Analog Scale for previsualising results by measuring multiple points and the Calculation function for averaging stored measurements of biasing exposure readings for shadows or highlights.
The Colour Meter III F is a compact colour meter which measures both ambient and flash illumination. It has a 9 channel memory and displays measured values in LB and CC index, filter number and CC index, or photographic colour temperature to simplify the process of colour measurement and filtration.
Colour Meter II F I
Minolta system accessories are designed to further complement and enhance the performance of your Dynax camera.
Eyepiece Corrector 1000
Eyepiece correctors adjust the viewfinder focus for varying degrees of hyperopia and myopia. Simply mount the eyepiece correctors on the finder to enable use without glasses. Nine strengths are available.
Slide Copy Unit 1000
This convenient unit can be quickly and easily coupled with the AF Macro Zoom 3X-1X lens for copying 35mm transparencies in mounts or strips. Magnifications up to 3X are easily set. Provision is made for easy attachment of the lighting unit of the Macro Flash 1200 AF as a transillumination source.
Ideal for close-up, macro, copying, and telephotography, this magnifier enlarges the viewfinder image approximately 2.3 times.
800si 700si 600si
8000i 7000i 5000i 3000i
Angle Finder VN
Used to look through the finder when the camera is in hard-to-view positions, including chest level or low angles. Can be rotated to view from the top, sides or back for copy photography. Selectable 1X or 2X magnification.
Dynax Wide Strap WS-1500
Usable with Dynax 9/7D/7/60/5/40/4/3L/800si/700si/600si/505si/500si/ 404si/303si/300si/9xi/7xi/5xi/3xi/2xi/SPxi/8000i/7000i/5000i/3000i.
Focusing Screen 9 (9) / Focusing Screen Type M* DM-9 Type ML* Type S
matte field with vertical/ horizontal scales
matte field with grid
Data Memory Back DM-9
Data Memory Back DM-9 can store up to 18 items of photographic data from each of 400 rolls of 36 exposure film on SmartMedia, and offers data imprinting on the outside of the film frame.
Focusing Screen 7
Quartz Data Back QD-9
Dynax Quartz Data Back 9 lets you imprint the date or time on your pictures. It gives you the choice of printing the data as day/month/year, month/day/year or year/month/day. You can also print the time of exposure in 24-hour time format. Data imprinting may also be turned off if you wish.
Close-up Diffuser CD-1000
Attached to the cameras accessory shoe, the Close-up Diffuser provides soft lighting and helps produce natural close-up pictures with a builtin flash.
700si 600si 505si 500si 404si 303si
AA Battery Pack BP-200
This optional, external battery pack operates your camera with common AA-size batteries, so no matter where you are your Dynax 5, Dynax 4 and Dynax3L will always have power.
Remote Cord RC-1000 S (50cm)
Remote Cord RC-1000 L (5m)
Remote Cords RC-1000 S/L
Enables remote control of the shutter-release from a hidden location or apart from the camera to prevent blurring. Also provides remote autofocus control.
3L 9 7D 4 800si 700si 600si
Indicates 505si and 505si SUPER
Konica Minolta invites you to experience the world of quality digital image creation, with its full lineup of high-performance film scanners.
DiMAGE Scan Elite 5400
Max.5400dpi input resolution Automatic image enhauncement with Digital ICETM, Pixel Polish and more Easy-to-adjust manual focus button High-speed USB 2.0 compatible Sophisticated design with slim body Quick Scan Button, and Easy Scan Utility equipped for the beginners
DiMAGE Scan Multi PRO
Max. 4,800dpi input resolution 16bit A/D conversion and wide 4.8 dynamic range Wide film format compatibility Automatic image enhancement with Digital ICE3 TM technology Ultra SCSI and IEEE1394 (FireWire) interface Multi sample scanning Colour Matching
DiMAGE Scan Dual IV
Max.3200dpi input resolution Automatic image enhauncement with Digital ICETM, Pixel Polish and more Easy-to-adjust manual focus button High-speed USB 2.0 compatible Quick Scan Button, and Easy Scan Utility equipped for the beginners
Film Scanners Specifications
Usable Film Type DiMAGE Scan Multi PRO 35mm film Medium format film (120/220) 16mm film*, TEM film* *With the optional Multi Format Set 35mm film: 4,800dpi 120/220 film: 3,200dpi 16bits 4.8 Ultra SCSI IEEE1394 (FireWire) 168 x 128 x 377 mm DiMAGE Scan Elite 5400 35mm film DiMAGE Scan Dual IV 35mm film APS film
Optical Resolution A/D Conversion Dynamic Range Interface Dimensions (W x H x D)
5,400 dpi 16 bits 4.8 USB IEEE1394(FireWire) 65 x 163 x 360 mm
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