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Thank you for purchasing the OLYMPUS OM-3Ti. This durable, lightweight SLR camera incorporates titanium a metal that's lighter than aluminum, yet six times stronger in the camera body. It is a single lens reflex camera with a mechanical shutter. Features include Multi Spot Metering, OTF Auto Flash and Super FP Flash Control System. Designed to facilitate serious photography with such professional-level techniques as daylight synchro-flash photography, the purpose of the OM-3Ti is to expand the sphere of creative photography. Before using the camera, we recommend that you read this instruction manual carefully, familiarizing yourself with the operating instructions so you can get the very best performance and service life from your new camera.
Note: All the components of the Olympus OM-3Ti are carefully designed and their production and assembly is strictly controlled to enhance the unmatched performance of the system. If any interchangeable lenses, flashes, or accessories other than Olympus products are used, Olympus cannot be responsible for poor results or damage of the OM-3Ti.




Operation order

Automatic operation


Press lightly

Lamp on

Lamp blinking

Single beep

Continuous beep

< Preparation before Taking Pictures >
Dioptric Correction Mounting the Lens < Taking Photographs (III) > Flash Photography Taking OTF Auto Flash Photographs
Loading the Batteries Checking the Batteries
Loading the Film Setting the ISO Film Speed < Taking Photographs (I) >
Taking Daylight Synchro-Flash Photographs
(Super FP Flash Mode) < Taking Photographs (IV) > Other Operations Exposure Compensation in the OTF Auto Flash Mode

Bulb Exposure

Center Weighted Average Light Metering
Center-Weighted Average Light Metering Rewinding the Film < Taking Photographs (II) > Spot Metering How to Use Spot Metering 19 22
Using the Viewfinder Illuminator
Changing the Focusing Screen
Changing the Camera Back Attaching the Grip
How to Clear Spot Metering
How to Use the Multi-Spot Metering Highlight Control Shadow Control
< For Your Creative Photography > The Fascinating Results of Creative Exposure and High-Speed Synchronization Center-Weighted Average Light Metering OTF Auto Light Metering


Flash Photography 56

OTF Auto Flash

Operation of T-Series Flash
Main Specifications of T-Series Flash
Main Specifications of F280 Using Electronic Flashes Other than the T-Series Flash Units Bounce Flash Shooting with a Motor Drive Motor Drive Group

SPOT Metering (1)

SPOT Metering (2) Shooting with One-Point Spot Metering Shooting with Multi-Spot Metering Sophisticated Multi-Spot Metering Highlight Control Shadow Control

Recordata Back 4


Viewfinder Information

Exposure Compensation
Chart of Photographic Ranges
Macro Photo Units Finder Group Units Selection of Filters Handling Care Questions and Answers Description of Controls

99 104

Depth of Field
Depth of Field Scale Preview Button Shutter Speeds
Bulb Exposure Multiple Exposures

Infrared Photography

< Preparations before Taking Pictures >

Dioptric Correction

The OM-3Ti permits dioptric adjustment according to your eyesight.

Remove the body cap.

Pull out the diopter adjustment knob.
Turn and adjust the knob so that the matscreen appears


Push the knob back in until it locks.

Mounting the Lens

Remove the rear lens cap.
Align the red dots and rotate the lens clockwise until it locks.
Remove the front lens cap. (Press in the mount tabs on the edges of the lens cap parallel with "OLYMPUS").

Removing the Lens

Press the lens release button and turn the lens counterclockwise.
Mounting of a third-party lens can damage the automatic clear button. This disables the spot function.

Loading the Batteries

Do not use different types of batteries or new and old batteries at the same time. If you are not likely to use the camera for a long period of time, remove the batteries before putting it away.
Remove the battery cover.
Wipe battery surfaces clean. Make sure that + signs are facing upwards.
Use two SR44 silver oxide or LR44 alkaline manganese batteries or one CR-1/3N lithium battery.

Checking the Batteries

Always check the batteries after inserting new batteries, when shooting in cold weather, or if the camera has not been used for a long time.
Press the BATTERY CHECK button.
The battery check indicator lights and the camera beeps to tell you that the batteries have enough power. As the battery power weakens, the signals will become intermittent then vanish completely when they are


Loading the Film
Pull up on the rewind knob to open the camera back.
Tear off the top of the film box and insert it into the memo holder. It will remind you which film you are using.
Insert the cartridge and push down the film rewind knob. (Always load the film in the shade.)
Insert the film leader into the take-up spool.
Wind the film and make sure the sprocket teeth catch both the upper and lower film perforations.
Take up the slack by turning the rewind crank clockwise.
Close the camera back until it clicks into place.
Face the camera toward light and take two blind shots.
This will bring the film to the first frame.
Setting the ISO Film Speed
Lift up the outer collar and rotate until the ISO speed

appears in the window.

Align the exposure line A with the index B.
If the exposure compensation dial does not turn to the desired ISO number, set it once at an intermediate value then repeat the procedure.
< Taking Photographs (I) > Center-Weighted Average Light Metering
The OM-3Ti's exposure mode employs center-weighted average light metering. This meets a wide range of shooting requirements.
Center-Weighted Average Light Metering
Press the shutter release lightly to activate the viewfinder display.

Focus on your subject.

Set the bar graph tip to the fixed point between the arrows by adjusting the aperture and/or shutter speed rings Fixed point

Bar display The shutter speed you have set will be displayed in the


Compose the shot and press the shutter release.
When the subject is too bright, select a faster shutter speed.
When the subject is too dark, select a slower shutter speed.
The viewfinder display will go out after about 60 seconds. To turn the display back on again, touch the shutter release button lightly.

Rewinding the Film

When the exposure counter indicates the end of your roll of film.
Push the "R" Rewind Release Button.
Fold out the rewind crank and wind it until the film tension is released.
Open the camera back by pulling up on the rewind knob and remove the film.
< Taking Photographs (II) > Spot Metering
The spot metering system of the OM-3Ti enables you to control the exposure as you like. It insures perfect
exposure of backlighted and high-contrast subjects and expands shooting possibilities for more creative photography.

How to Use Spot Metering


P 57-62

Align the microprism area with the area you want to measure. (The spot metering range is outlined by the
outer edge of the microprism.)

Spot metering range

If you move the camera, another

the spot metered value.

Press the spot button to take a meter reading. You will hear an electronic sound and the word "SPOT" will appear in the
viewfinder. The metered value is displayed by the
mark will indicate the exposure value in the center of the frame along with
Set the bar graph tip to the fixed point between the arrows by adjusting the aperture and/or shutter speed rings.
The shutter speed you have set will be displayed in the
Press the shutter release to take the picture.
The subject will turn out correctly exposed, regardless of
the brightness of the background.
The spot metering mode is automatically canceled after the shutter
releases or when 60 seconds has passed since it was engaged.
Center-weighted average metering will be restored.
How to Clear Spot Metering
Set the lever to CLEAR. "SPOT" and average metering.

mark will

disappear and the mode will return to center-weighted
How to Use the Multi-Spot Metering
Spot metering is possible in up to 8 spots. Reference


This sample photo shows a backlighted subject.
Take spot metering on the face (first spot)
Take spot metering on the lawn (second spot).
Take spot metering on the building in the background (third


Set the bar graph tip to the fixed point between the arrows
by adjusting the aperture and/or shutter speed rings.
Compose your picture and press the shutter release.

Exposure is achieved by averaging the brightness of the three metered points.
To cancel the metered value, operate the clear lever.

Highlight Control

If you want to render white objects as white.

P 67-68

In ordinary shooting, white objects will turn out grayish if the picture is taken in strong brightness over the

entire frame.

Take spot metering on the part of the subject which
you want to render in white.
Press the HI.LIGHT button.
The bar display shows 2-step automatic compensation.
Press the shutter release. Exposure is automatically
corrected to give 2-step overexposure, ensuring that white objects turn out white.
The highlight control is cleared by pressing the HI.LIGHT button once again. To cancel the metered value, use the clear lever.

Shadow Control

If you want to render black objects in black.

P 69-70

In ordinary shooting, black objects will turn out grayish
if it is very dark over the entire picture frame.
Take spot metering on the spot which you want to render in black.

Press the SHADOW button.

The bar display shows 2 / -step automatic compensation.
Press the shutter release. Exposure is automatically corrected to give 2/3-step underexposure, ensuring that black objects turn out black.
The shadow control is cleared by pressing the SHADOW button once
again. To cancel the metered value, use the clear lever.
< Taking Photographs (III) > Flash Photography
Taking OTF Auto Flash Photographs
The following describes flash operation procedure when using a T-Series flash. Reference

P 79-84

Slide a T-Series flash into the accessory shoe and secure it with the lock screw.
Mount the provided chart on the back of the flash and switch on its power.

Check the indicator.

Set the flash mode to TTL AUTO FLASH to take OTF auto flash photographs. (TTL auto flash and OTF auto flash are the same function.)
Select a shutter speed. The flash synchronization range is


Select an aperture.
Press the shutter release.
Check the green LED in the viewfinder. If it blinks, the photograph has been shot with correct exposure. If it is off, flash strength was insufficient.
Taking Daylight Synchro-Flash Photographs (Super FP Flash Mode)

Have you always been satisfied with the resulting images
when using the camera's meter or an automatic exposure that a film can reproduce (or an effective exposure range of a film ) is limited to about 4 - 5 EV. Therefore, in many
system? Chances are, most of the time you've been happy with the results. Occasionally, however, you may have been disappointed by photographs that didn't turn out as expected, especially shots with backlighting or other special lighting conditions, or those shots where you tried to capture a particular mood or express your own creativity.
Color reversal films, in particular, allow for only a narrow
cases it is impossible to accurately reproduce the subject
in its entire range on film.
latitude of exposure so that in many cases satisfactory results are not obtained with simple automatic exposure. Generally speaking, the results given by a camera's light
meter represent exposure values obtained by a metering
The automatic exposure system (AE) on ordinary cameras generally selects exposure using an exposure meter in combination with the film speed. However, if photography is to be a means of communication, the photographer must control the tone of the picture in order to most effectively emphasize the mood and expression of the subject. To do this, it is necessary to choose the exact spot on which you want to emphasize the desired
tone and match this spot to the effective exposure range of a film. To meet such exposure requirements, the following three
system that has been specifically adopted for that camera. They do not always represent data as the result of analytical measurement of various conditions such as
the subject's brightness range and distribution as well as
types of exposure are available.
Center-based exposure is the most commonly used type of exposure. By matching the center of the subject's brightness range to the center of the film's exposure
contrast. In actual shooting conditions, however, there is often a very wide brightness range (luminance range) from the brightest spot to the darkest spot in a picture. In
some landscapes, for example, there can be a difference
of as much as 8 exposure values (EV) in the brightness
range of an image, representing a brightness/darkness ratio of more than 1 : 200. The subject brightness range
range, the subject is reproduced with greater emphasis on the center-measured tone. If the brightness range is greater than the range of the film, the extremes will be ignored. Shadow-based exposure gives the highest priority to the shadow area in the subject brightness range. The tone in
the highlight area that is not covered may be ignored.

Highlight-based exposure, on the contrary, gives the
highest priority to the highlight area. This exposure allows
the shadow area to come out somewhat darker. Advanced photographers oriented for creative
photography base their exposure selection on these considerations. Measuring the values on several
with a wide open aperture can result in out-of-focus background, the subject can stand out to render a more dramatic or portrait-like effect.
All these flash capabilities are very attractive to photographers engaged in creative activities with 35mm SLRs. Additionally, those flashes with the Super FP
important spots of the image with a hand-held spot meter, they have to take all the troublesome and timeconsuming steps necessary to calculate the exposure
mentally. If everything goes well, the image will be
mode have a long emission duration which conventional
flash units don't have. If this is put to good use, it is possible to create a totally new photographic effect. It all depends on your creativity.
properly exposed. The OM-3Ti does all this automatically. Equipped with a spot metering system and built-in computer, it calculates
the correct exposure value and frees the photographer
from having to make numerous complicated exposure calculations. Now, with the OM-3Ti camera, it's easy for
everyone to obtain high-precision, "creative" exposure control. When combined with a T-Series flash, the OTF direct
light metering function offers total control of flash
strength, eliminating any bothersome calculation of exposure. When combined with the F280, Super FP flash
control is possible with a high speed shutter. This allows
for daylight synchro, offering the benefits of flash use in well-lit conditions and daylight synchro shooting of fast-
moving subjects. Moreover, because daylight synchro
The OM-3Ti uses center-weighted average light metering
for its basic light metering system. This system situations when front-lighting and contrast isn't too strong. Since the OM-3Ti has a light-receiving element in an
emphasizes measurement of brightness in the center of the screen, rather than averaging measurement of the

brightness of the entire screen. Thus, the main subject in
ideal position at the bottom of the mirror box, the amount of light that arrives at the light-receiving element doesn't
change even when the focusing screen is replaced. For this reason, the OM-3Ti achieves correct light metering
the center is unlikely to be insufficiently exposed, even when the background is too bright or too dark. This metering system thereby does an excellent job of handling most ordinary shooting situations such as
with all focusing screens. Additionally, there is no adverse effect from rear incidence light through the eyepiece.
Center-weighted average metering 3-dimensional sensitivity distribution


The OM-3Ti has manually selectable shutter speeds. But
combined with a T-series flash, the camera also provides
full control of flash lighting via OTF auto light metering.
aperture settings can be used. So advanced techniques such as multi-flash and bounce-flash are at your command, and are all fully automatic. Moreover,
troublesome exposure calculation in macro photography
This system automatically controls flash intensity while directly metering the flash lighting being exposed on film.
For this reason, there is no
deviation between the metering area of the flash sensor and the area actually

exposed. Moreover, all

is completely eliminated. C e n t e r - w e i g h ted average light metering is also used in flash


This spot metering system measures the brightness of the central spot of the picture frame (2% of the entire frame). The center-weighted average light metering provides correct exposure for subjects in follow light and in
pictures having a nearly uniform brightness throughout the entire frame. Exposure compensation is necessary,
would also be desirable to express subtle lighting effects according to the photographer's subject motive. To realize such sophisticated expressions, fine metering of various spots on the subject is required. If the "Spot" button of the OM-3Ti is pressed, the metering mode
switches to spot metering in which the brightness of the area (corresponding to the microprism section in the
however, for backlit subjects and in compositions using special lighting in which there is a difference in brightness
between the subject and background. In some cases, it
center of the viewfinder) is metered and stored in

guesswork have thus been completely eliminated to
This is a partial metering of two or more spots on the picture frame. It can be used to determine exposure by taking into account various spots that differ in brightness.
The picture above shows an example in which the
exposure of the background should also be considered while taking care to prevent underexposure of a girl. The first spot metering is made on her face by bringing it in the microprism section. Then the second spot metering is made on her dress by directing the camera. Exposure is determined from the average of the two metered values to meet the photographer's requirement. It is also possible to input more than two points in the same
procedure. Metering is possible as many times as you want, but the spot metering allows only up to eight points to be stored in memory. If more than eight points are input, the last eight points are stored as a basis for determining the exposure value.
The OM-3Ti's multi-spot metering system provides
highly sophisticated light measurements. Let us take an example in the picture above. If you want to place
emphasis on the exposure of the girl, taking the
sidered. This is now done without guesswork, in a straightforward easy to understand manner.
background brightness into consideration, too, you
can take two spot meterings on her face and one spot metering on the background, for instance. Exposure is determined from the average of these three values,
with greater emphasis on the girl (a 2:1 lighting ratio). With this system, photographers can weight their exposures so as to make sure the prime subject is exposed properly and the secondary subject is con65


The Highlight button enables white objects to come out white. It is very useful for copy work and shooting light or white subjects on the whole. After spot
metering is made on the white subject, then press the
Highlight button. The exposure value needed for rendering it in true white will be automatically calculated and set. In the example picture, the brightest spot of the tableware has been metered on spot metering. Pressing the Highlight button increases exposure and provides the correct overall exposure to make the tableware white and not a dullish gray.
If the Highlight button is pressed again after the "highlight control" is once set up, only the "highlight control" is released and the camera returns to spot metering. To reset center-weighted averaging light metering, operate the Clear lever. *lf the Highlight button is pressed after several spots have been measured the exposure value for the brightest spot only will be adjusted.


The Shadow button enables black objects to accurately come out black. It is very useful for shooting dark or blackish subjects on the whole.


Interchangeable camera back for data imprinting. Data imprinting is possible in the following forms:
(1) Yearmonth day (Japanese date description),
(2) Monthdayyear (American date description),
(3) Daymonth year (European date description), (4) Hourminute, (5) Counter (additive type), (6) Classification number up to 6 digits. Provided with an imprint clear switch to be used when data imprinting
is unnecessary. This Recordata Back can also be used as a clock which indicates the hour, minute and
second via a Time Button. Control panel cover

Display window

Battery Check/

Record switch

Time button


The world of macrophotography is filled with marvellous discoveries. However, macrophotography has
been generally considered difficult; calculations of correct exposure, in particular, have been a difficult job even for professionals.
Equipped with an OTF auto metering, the OM-3Ti
has solved this problem to always provide correct exposure, regardless of the magnification and aperture. All complicated exposure calculations for multi-lamp flashing are now quite unnecessary. The OM-3Ti also provides a complete macro system including a wide choice of macro lenses that offer excellent life-size and magnified pictures as well as extension units that enable you to take handheld macro pictures.


Simplified Macro System It allows you to take close-ups up to life size with ease. With this macro system, you will come upon unexpected and wonderful discoveries in tiny things

Basic System

This is a complete macro system that permits low to high magnifications. It will produce a brilliant image
around you such as writing instruments, printed letters, flowers in a vase, etc.
Close-up Lenses 49mm f = 40mm. Simply screw
of the marvelous world of tiny things such as the geometric beauty of the compound eye of a dragon fly and close-ups of flowers. An indoor type and
outdoor type are available.
them in the front of the standard lens, and you can take up to 0.63X close-ups. Auto Extension Tubes 7, 14 and 25 These adapters are placed between the lens and camera
body and available in three thicknesses: 7mm,
Indoor type: This system uses an auto bellows, macro photo stand, top-light illumination device, etc. in combination with various macro lenses. It is suited for taking high-magnification pictures in a

room or studio.

1-5 Microprism-clear field type

(for wide angle &

standard lenses)
This transparent screen provides an exceptionally bright finder image. Highly suitable for snapshots using wide angle lenses. The lack of matte surface means depth-of-field effects cannot be ascertained.
This screen provides an extremely bright finder image. Focusing is done on the microprism spot. The lack of matte surface means depth-of-field effects cannot be ascertained. Developed primarily for use with super telephoto lenses this clear field screen
1-6 Microprism-clear field type (for standard & telephoto lenses)
Microprism-clear field type

(for super

provides an extremely bright finder image. The micro-prism spot remains
bright even with a lens whose maximum speed is F11. The lack of matte

telephoto lenses)

surface means depth-of-field effects cannot be ascertained.
This screen is ideal for use with super telephoto lenses of 300mm or more in
All matte type (for telephoto lenses & astronomical telescopes)
focal length, or for astrophotography. The extreme fineness of the matte surface permits outstanding field definition. More accurate focusing may be achieved by the use of the Varimagni Finder.
1-9 Clear field type (for endoscopic


FEATURES Designed for use with OLYMPUS fiberoptic endoscopes. This condenser type screen without fresnel lens requires no focusing when a special adapter couples the camera with the fiberscope. Exposure is made automatically by

the light supply.

1-10 Checker-matte type (for shift lens) 1-11 Cross hairs-matte type
The grid lines engraved on the all-matte surface are used for vertical and horizon-
tal picture alignment. Though originally designed for architectural photography with the shift lens, it is also suitable for general and super-telephotography, and
close-up/macrophotography with macro lenses and Auto Bellows.
(for close-up & macrophotography)
Highly advantageous for close-up and macrophotography with Auto Bellows and extension tubes. For focusing in low magnification close-up photography, use the matte area and in macrophotography greater than life size, use the double cross hairs the same way as with the 1-12. The transparent screen offers the photographer focusing with an unusually bright finder image. To focus, first correct your diopter using a dioptric correction lens or Varimagni Finder so that each line of the double cross hairs can be seen clearly and separately. Then bring the Spacemen into focus. Most suitable for normal photography, this screen assures pinpoint focusing. The central split-image rangefinder is encircled by a microprism collar. Since the outer area has a matte surface, the screen can be used in the same way as the standard 1-1 and 1-3 Screens. When a lens with a maximum speed of F5.6 or slower is used, the prisms darken and the focusing must be made on the matte area.

Most suitable for normal photography. The central split-image range finder,
Cross hairs-clear field type (for photomicrography

& macrophotography

greater than life size)

1-13 Microprism/split

image-matte type

1-14 Microprism/split

encircled by a microprism collar, is inclined 45 degrees to allow easy focusing on subjects with vertical or horizontal lines. When a lens with a maximum speed of F5.6 or slower is used, the prisms darken and focusing must be made on the matte area. The meter needle gives correct light readings.


With the aperture and shutter, the camera can control the amount of light, but not the quality of light. ND2/ND4: Neutral gray filter for reducing the light
Therefore, it is necessary to filter the light components that are not wanted for visual expressions. Filters are useful for this purpose.
Filters for color and B&W films Skylight (1A): For absorbing ultraviolet rays. It yields
quantity without affecting the color and contrast. Use this filter if you want to open the aperture for a
blurred background, or produce special "blur" effects with a slow shutter speed, or to reduce the light
intensity without increasing the shutter speed on a reflex telephoto lens which has no aperture control
mechanism. Available in two types: ND2 for reducing the light intensity by one stop and ND4 for reducing
natural colors on the part of a subject in the shade under a blue sky by filtering the light from the sky.
It can be used to protect the lens, but it is not
recommended to use this filter for subjects which are not affected by ultraviolet rays or a blue sky because the color balance may be impaired. L3 (UV): In the open air on a bright day, there are a lot of ultraviolet rays to which photographic films are sensitive although they are invisible to the human eye. Affected by these rays scattering in the air, distant landscapes may turn out whitish and unclear. The skylight filter cuts off detrimental ultraviolet rays. It can always be used for lens protection.
it by two stops. C-POL (circularly polarizing filter): For blocking the light reflected from the surface of glass, water and tile to take sharp pictures of fish in the water, subjects behind a show window, etc. It can also be used as a contrast filter for color pictures of landscapes, because it cuts off the light reflected from dust or vapor under a blue sky as well as the surface

nization won't be achieved even if the flash fires. Select 1/60-sec. or slower shutter speed. Q: Why did the viewfinder displays disappear
suddenly? A: Due to its power-saving design, the OM-3Ti turns off the displays when no operation occurs for more than 60 seconds. To resume the display, press the shutter release halfway, press the battery check button fully, or operate the clear lever.
of a luminance mediated between the bar tip and the adjacent particle, the bar tip will blink.
In actual exposure determinations, however, variations of light are averaged, causing no problem. Q: After operating the highlight (or shadow) button, I have pressed the spot button by error. A: If the new spot exceeds the highest value (or falls below the lowest value) that was already input after the highlight (or shadow) button has been operated,
Q: The tip of the shutter speed display bar blinks frequently during light metering. A: This occurs mostly in the case of metering under a
fluorescent lamp. Though the fluorescent lamp
exposure is changed according to that value. At this time, the bar display shows the calculation result after showing the highest (or lowest) value again. If the
calculated result is over the display's highest value, or
appears to the human eye as it were lighting continuously, it is in fact blinking repeatedly at a
frequency of cycles a second. Each particle of the shutter speed bar display represents 1/3 EV.
under its lowest value, the bar display won't change. Q: When I used the highlight (shadow) button, the picture did not come out with the desired colors.
A: Colors on negative film may sometimes be corrected
Therefore, if the luminosity is unstanble or in the case
automatically in the printing process.
Q: Why won't the shutter release button move when I
press it? A: The film advance lever may not have been fully advanced or the film may have come to its end.
button is pressed. Q: What type of batteries should I buy?
A: Purchase two SR44 silver-oxide or LR44 alkaline

A: The motor cover should always be attached if you are not shooting with the motor drive. It will prevent entry
portion of the picture may be eliminated in the
laboratory. It is recommended, therefore, to leave some margin in composing your picture.
Q: How do I clean the camera and lens?
A: Clean the camera using a clean, soft lintless cotton
of dust and exposure to direct light. Q: I took pictures with the aperture ring set at a
cloth. Clean the lens only with a hand powered air
blower, antistatic brush or lend tissue. NEVER rub the
lens surfaces with your finger, clothing or other
abrasive material. Take care not to permit water to enter the camera when taking pictures in the rain or snow, especially near seawater spray. After use near the ocean, wipe

Other cautions

The Recordata Backs 1 and 2 cannot be used. The shutter speed range that can be used for motor
drive continuous shooting is 1/2 ~ 1/2000 sec.
the camera surfaces clean and never leave salt

residue on the camera.

The Motor Drive Socket Cap on the camera side cannot be stored in the Motor Drive 1 or Winders 1 and 2.
Q: Is spot metering possible in the flash mode?
A: No, spot metering is not possible.
If you want to use a polarizing filter, always use a circularly polarizing filter. If other filters are used,
exposure may vary in the case of spot metering.
Q: I want to use a flash that is not of the T-series and
A: Set the flash mode to X and select a shutter speed.
The flash synchronization range is B.1~1/60 sec. The flash ready signal and correct exposure confirmation will not turn on in the viewfinder. Read the instruction manual of your flash carefully before using it.

Description of Controls

Finder Light Window


OTF Auto Cord Socket Shoulder Strap Eyelet
Lens Lens Release Button Depth of Field Scale
Aperture Ring Focusing Ring

Grip Lock Screw

Automatic Clear Button Accessory Shoe

Shutter Speed Ring

Flash Mode Selector Lever
Viewfinder Illumination Button
HI.LIGHT Button SPOT Metering Button

Rewind Crank

Rewind Knob

Shutter Release Button

Film Speed Dial/Exposure Compensation Dial

Exposure Counter

Rewind Release Button ISO/ASA Film Speed Window

Film Advance Lever

SHADOW Button Viewfinder Display Contact X Contact
Dioptric Adjustment Knob Flash Control Contact

Super FP Contact

Viewfinder Eyepiece Frame
Sprocket Film Take-up Spool

Film Rewind Shaft

Camera Back Release Pin
Camera Back Pressure Plate

Film Chamber



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