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Names of Working Parts
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# Exposure compensation dial (p.52) $ Exposure compensation dial release button (p.52) % Auto bracketing selector (p.53) & Hot shoe (p.68) ' Shutter speed dial release button ( Lens information contacts ) Lens unlock button (p.16) * Preview lever (p.74) + Drive mode selector (p.34, 38, 39) , Shutter release button (p.20) - Shutter release socket (p.51). Up / down buttons / AE lock button (p.57) 0 Main Switch (p.14) 1 LCD panel (p.3) 2 Metering mode selector (p.31, 55, 56) 3 AF frame selector (p.34.59) 4 Diopter adjustment ring (p.28) 5 Shutter speed dial
6 Battery holder release knob 7 External power supply socket (p.13) 8 Tripod socket (p.35) 9 Vertical tripod socket (p.35) : Multi-exposure switch (p.40) ; X-sync socket < Strap lug (p.11) = Film holder (p.18) > Film holder release knob (p.18) ? Mid-roll wind-up button (p.26) @ Electronic cable release socket (p.51) A Battery holder (p.12)
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FOR SAFE USE OF YOUR CAMERA
Although we have carefully designed this camera for safe operation, please be sure to follow precautions given on this page.
WARNING This mark indicates precautions that, if not followed, could result in serious injuries to the operator. CAUTION This mark indicates precautions that, if not followed, could result in minor or medium injuries to the operator or damage to the equipment.
WARNING Wrapping the strap around your neck is dangerous. Make sure that small children do not get the strap caught around their neck. Do not look directly at the sun through the camera, as viewing the sun for an extended period may damage your eyes. CAUTION Never try to disassemble, short or recharge the battery. Also, do not dispose of the battery in fire, as it may explode. Remove the batteries from the camera immediately if they become hot or begin to smoke. Be careful not to burn yourself during removal.
Detaching/Attaching Film Holder 645
Attaching 1. Align the red dots on the film holder knob and film holder, then insert the film holder into the camera chamber. Press both sides of the film holder until you hear a click.
2. Turn the film holder knob 90 to the right. After attaching the film holder to the camera, fold the film holder knob into its original position.
When inserting the film holder into the camera body, be sure that the film holder is inserted all the way in order to avoid any serious damage. Precautions are required when attaching the 220 film holder.
Detaching 1. Raise the film holder knob and turn until the red dot markings align and a click is heard. Continue to turn the film holder knob to the left; the locking mechanism will release and the film holder is now detached from the camera body.
Pressing the Shutter Release Button
Spool retainer (p.21) Film winding gear (p.21)
The shutter release button has two positions. Pressing it down halfway (first position) turns on the exposure meter and autofocus system. Pressing it fully (second position) releases the shutter. When taking a picture, press the shutter release button gently to prevent camera shake. Before loading a roll of film, slowly press the shutter release button to learn where the first position is. The LCD indication stays on for about 10 seconds after the button is released from the halfway position. The timer duration of the LCD indication can be changed from the initial 10 seconds to 20 or 30 seconds with Pentax function No.2 See page 78.
Pressure plate Start mark (p.22) After loading the film, be sure to set the proper film speed. See page 24 for setting the film speed.
pressed halfway down (first position)
pressed fully down (second position)
1. Install an empty to the spool retainer as illustrated. 2. Tear off the tape and install the spool to the film holder so that the black inner side of the leader must face outwards.
3. Draw the leader from the film roll, and insert the leader paper tip into the take-up spool's slit. 4. Slowly rotate the film winding gear in the direction of the arrow while lightly holding the leader paper.
Start mark 5. Wind the leader paper onto the take-up spool until the arrow on the leader paper aligns the holder's start mark S and the red line. 6. Attach the film holder into the camera body. 7. Set the main switch to [ON]. Press the stutter release button. The film automatically advances to the first frame. B is displayed on the LCD panel. 8. If A appears, it indicates that the film is not properly loaded. Detach the film holder from the camera and load the film once again.
Always load or unload a film in the shade or by using your body to shade the film holder. We suggest that you first operate the camera without a film to become familiar with its operations. The film counter indication advances one each time the shutter is released. With a 220 film loaded, the dot marks appear before the arrow marking. If the dot marks align the start mark on the film holder, the first 3 frames will not be exposed. The film counter indication can be set with Pentax Function No.7 to either count forward or backward each frame. If the leader paper is wound far over the start mark S or the red line, you may lose the last frame(s) on the roll. The film holder cannot be changed or removed when the film is in mid-roll. 15 pictures are taken with a 120 roll film and 32 pictures are taken with a 220 roll film. The number of pictures taken can be changed with Pentax function No.9. With the main switch set to U, the PCV signal beeps for two second when the film is left only one frame for film depleting warning
3. Turn the fixing screw to the right with a coin or similar object. When using accessories such as the Refconverter 645, remove the eyecup first. When turning the fixing screw with a coin, a large diameter coin is recommended to use. A small diameter coin touches the glass part of the eyepiece and causes scratching the eyepiece glass.
Adjusting the Viewfinder Diopter
The diopter adjustment range is +1.0D to -3.5-1m (per meter).
Aim the camera at a bright subject. While looking through the viewfinder, turn the diopter adjustment ring to the left or right until the autofocus frame l appears in the sharpest focus.
BASIC OPERATION (SHOOTING)
II. BASIC OPERATION (SHOOTING)
Using the Programmed AE Mode
Purpose For easy picture taking, use this mode. In the Programmed AE mode, the camera automatically selects the best combination of aperture and shutter speed settings allowing you to take pictures by simply pressing the shutter release button. To set 1. Turn the lens aperture ring to the b position as shown in the illustration. To move the lens aperture ring to the b position, turn the aperture ring while holding down the aperture-A lock button on the lens. The lens aperture ring can be released from the b position in the same manner.
2. Turn the shutter speed dial to b while holding down the shutter speed dial release button. The shutter speed dial can be released from b in the same manner. You can shift the program line of Programmed AE Mode with Pentax Function No.6. See page 80 for more details. See page 44, 46, 48, and 50 for other available exposure modes.
Using the Multi(6)-Segment Metering Mode
In the multi(6)-segment metering mode, the metering system automatically measures light in six different zones, enabling proper exposure in a wide variety of normal and adverse lighting conditions. Set the metering mode switch to L. The center-weighted metering mode and spot metering mode are also available in this camera. See page 55 and 56 for more details. When the Adapter 645 for 67 lens or Helicoid Extension Tube 645 attached, the center-weighted metering mode is automatically set even if you select the multi-segment metering mode. The multisegment mode cannot be used.
MULTI(6)-SEGMENT METERING This camera incorporates a high-precision six-segment TTL metering system. Light values are measured in six segments within the image field, enabling an optimal exposure to be made under a variety of lighting conditions. With conventional averaged metering systems, underexposure of the subject results from the brightness of the background affecting the overall metering. With multi(6)-segment metering, the camera records the brightness in six zones within the image field and uses these measurements to choose an exposure that will not underexpose the subject. The multi(6)-segment metering system also calculates exposure values for a scene to automatically compensate for high-contrast and other difficult lighting conditions. Even a beginner can achieve excellent results with ease.
Using Autofocus Mode
Switching between the autofocus mode and manual focus mode depends on the lens you use. For more details, read the operating manual of the lens. The camera does not provide the switch for switching between the autofocus mode and manual mode.
With the Pentax 645 FA lens attached, the lens automatically focuses when you press the shutter release button halfway down. Set the lens in the autofocus mode.
Using the Single AF Mode
Continuous AF Mode is also available in this camera. See page 58.
When you press the shutter button, the lens automatically focuses. As soon as the subject is in focus, the shutter is released. For normal use, select this position. The shutter cannot be released if the subject is out of focus. Set the AF mode selector to z.
Using the 3-Point AF Mode
Using the Single-Frame Drive Mode
In the 3-point autofocus system, the subject will be focused properly even if the main subject is slightly off-center of the AF frame. Set the AF mode selector to l.
One picture is taken each time the shutter release button is pressed. Set the drive mode dial to O.
Holding the Camera
Camera held horizontally Camera held vertically
For best results, be sure to hold the camera correctly as shown in the illustrations. Hold the camera firmly, with your left hand supporting the camera and lens as shown in the illustrations. While taking a picture, hold your breath and gently press the shutter release button. (Sudden force on the shutter release button will cause camera shake, making the picture blurred.)
To reduce camera shake, support your body or the camera on a solid object - a table, tree, or a wall for instance. Although there are individual differences among photographers, in general the shutter speed with a handheld camera is lower than the inverse of the focal length. For example, 1/75 second when the focal length is 75mm, and 1/150 second when the focal length is 75mm, and 1/150 second when it is 150mm. A tripod should be used for shutter speeds slower than this. When using an ultra-telephoto lens, a tripod that is heavier than the total weight of the camera and lens is recommended to avoid camera shake. This camera has provided two tripod sockets for vertical and horizontal format positions. When a tripod is used, use of an optional Cable SW CS105/CS-130 or Cable Release is also recommended.
Taking a Picture
When the shutter release button is pressed halfway down, the shutter speed and aperture setting are displayed in the viewfinder. Select the Spot AF Mode to critically focus on a specific spot of the subject. See details on page 59. When the subject is in focus, the audible PCV signal can be emitted. See details on page 14. During autofocus operation, the focusing ring should not be obstructed with your fingers, hands, or any other object. The focus indicator u blinks when the camera is not able to obtain proper focus for one of the following reasons. 1. The subject is too close. Adjust the camera to subject distance. 2. The subject is difficult to autofocus. See "HARD-TO-AUTOFOCUS" on page 63.
Set the lens to the autofocus position. 1. Focus on the subject with the 3-point AF frame l. When the shutter release button is pressed halfway down, the lens automatically focuses. 2. When the subject is in focus, the focus indicator u lights up. 3. To release the shutter, gently press the shutter release button fully.
The shutter cannot be released if the subject is out of focus. The film counter indication advances each time the shutter is released. Press the shutter release button halfway down. While is on, the camera-to-subject distance is fixed (focus lock). To refocus on another subject, lift your finger off the shutter release button. If the drive mode switch is set to the ConsecutiveFrame Mode with the Single AF Mode set, the camera focuses only the first picture. From the second picture, the pictures are taken consecutively with the focus locked at the first picture.
Selecting a Drive Mode
III. ADVANCED OPERATIONS
Consecutive-Frame Mode Consecutive pictures can be taken by holding down the shutter release button. Set the drive mode selector to P. if the AF mode selector is set to [S]. the camera focuses only the first picture. From the second picture, the pictures are taken consecutively with the focus locked at the first picture.
Self-Timer Mode The self-timer mode delays the shutter release, and is useful for taking group shots that include the photographer. The shutter will be released about 12 seconds after the shutter release button is pressed. 1. Set the drive mode selector to r. 2. Focus on the subject first using the autofocus frame and by pressing the shutter release button halfway down. Then press the shutter release button fully.
The shutter will be released about 12 seconds later. When the Self-Timer is in operation. The audible PCV signal is heard and the rate increases for the last two seconds. To cancel the Self-Timer operation after it has been activated, move the drive mode selector to a position other than r or set the main switch to the OFF position. The Self-Timer delay time can be set to 12 sec. or 2 sec. (with mirror lock-up) with Pentax Function No. 4.
Multiplex Exposure Mode
Procedure 1. Turn the multi-exposure switch in the direction of the arrow until it locks. 2. The frame counter on the LCD panel blinks.
3. Press the shutter release button to shoot an initial exposure. The film will not advance.
4. Return the multi-exposure switch to the original position to cancel the multi-exposure mode. Notes: To exposure the triple shot, leave the multi-exposure switch in the lock position and shoot the second shot. Then return the multi-exposure switch to the original position. The film does not advance at this stage. Press the shutter release button to shoot the third shot. The film will advance and the Single-Frame shooting will be restored.
3. Set the desired f-stop. 4. The f-stop that you have selected and appropriate aperture indication determined by the camera can be seen in the viewfinder when the shutter release button is pressed halfway. The approximate aperture indication appears in the viewfinder. It may not the same indication as that you selected with the lens aperture ring especially when the A645 150mm f/3.5 or A 645 4582mm Zoom f/4.5 is attached.
* Exposure Warning If the subject is too bright or too dark, the selected shutter speed will blink in the viewfinder and on the LCD panel as a warning as shown. When the subject is too bright, choose a smaller aperture, if available; when it is too dark, choose a larger aperture, if available. When the shutter speed indication stops blinking, you can take the picture. If both shutter and aperture blink, it means that the exposure is out of metering range and unable to obtain a correct exposure even if the aperture is adjusted. Select a darker subject if it is too bright, or use a flash if it is too dark.
Using the Shutter-Priority AE Mode Purpose When the desired shutter is selected, the appropriate aperture is automatically set by the camera for a proper exposure according to the brightness of the subject. This mode is suitable for freezing the action with a fast shutter speed or capturing a flowing dynamic image with a slow shutter speed.
To set 1. Set the lens aperture ring to b. 2. Set the shutter speed dial to a shutter speed other than b. To set the shutter speed dial to a position other than b, turn the shutter speed dial while holding down the shutter speed dial lock button. 3. Set the shutter speed dial to the desired shutter speed.
4. The shutter speed dial between 1/1000 to 4S can be set to 1/2 step by pressing the up/down button. The set shutter speed will be displayed on the LCD panel and in the viewfinder. If the shutter speed does not change to 1/2 step, confirm Pentax Function No. 1 When the shutter release button is pressed halfway down, the shutter speed and the aperture value will be displayed in the viewfinder. In flash photography, when you use flash sync shutter speed of 1/60 second or a non-dedicated external flash unit, set the shutter speed dial to the e (1/60 of second ) position.
* Exposure Warning If the subject is too bright or too dark, the shutter speed and aperture setting in the viewfinder blink. When the subject is too bright, choose a faster shutter speed. When the shutter speed indication stops blinking, you can take the picture. If both selected shutter speed and aperture blink, it means that the exposure is out of metering range and unable to obtain a correct exposure even if the shutter speed is adjusted. Select a darker subject if the subject is too bright. Use a flash if it is too dark.
with 1/3EV set
with 1/2EV set
with 1/3EV set with 1/2EV set
The camera automatically measures the exposure for each shot. The focus is locked at the first picture and remains locked until all pictures are taken. If you let go of the shutter release button during auto bracketing, the auto-bracketing will remain effective until the viewfinder indication goes off. After that, the camera returns to the shooting status before the first frame was taken. Auto Bracketing Exposure Mode combined with the Exposure Compensation function. You can combine the auto bracketing exposure mode with the exposure compensation function. The auto-bracketing will work in accordance with the exposure compensation value set. Auto Bracketing Exposure Mode combined with the Metered Manual Mode. You can combine the auto Bracketing exposure mode with the metered manual mode (except X sync speed). The auto-bracketing will work with changing only the shutter speed. The bar graph of the metered manual mode is only displayed in the viewfinder. The bar graph of the exposure compensation value is not displayed.
1. Set the auto bracketing selector to the desired exposure compensation value. 2. Press the shutter release button fully. Three pictures are taken consecutively according to the auto-bracketing switch you have set. Three pictures are taken consecutively as follows. First picture: Correct exposure Second picture: Underexposure Third picture: Overexposure The sequence of the auto bracketing exposures can be changed with Pentax Function No.3.
Switching the Metering Mode
The Spot metering or Center-Weighted metering mode can also be selected in this camera. Select the desired metering mode with the metering mode selector. Using the Center-Weighted Metering Mode This metering system does not automatically compensate for backlit or spotlit scenes like the Multi(6)Segment Metering Mode. Creative exposure control is decided by the user. To set Set the metering mode selector to the J position.
The metering pattern in the illustration above shows that the upper part of the pattern (in the center of the viewfinder) has more sensitivity to light than the lower part. In this metering mode, the camera does not automatically compensate the exposure in backlit or spotlighted scenes like the Multi (6)-Segment Mode. Creative exposure control is decided by the user.
Metering area Using the Spot Metering Mode The Spot Metering Mode measures light only in the small area in the center of the viewfinder. To set 1. Set the metering mode selector to I. 2. Measure the small area of the viewfinder as illustrated. If brightness is much different between the center and the other area of the photograph, exposure should be determined in consideration of the overall brightness. Otherwise, the picture will come out improperly exposed.
Using AE Lock
As soon as the AE lock button W is pressed, and the camera stores the measured exposure level for 20 seconds. The AE lock function remains while the AE lock button is pressed. If the shutter release button is pressed halfway down while the AE lock timer is operating, the memorized meter reading will remain even if the AE lock button is released. The AE lock function cannot be used when the camera is set in the Metered Manual Mode. The AE lock function memorizes an exposure before shooting. The AE lock function is very effective when used along with the spot metering. Use the AE lock function to get a correct exposure when the subject occupies only a small part of the viewfinder. Position the area to be measured in the spot metering area and press the AE lock button. The exposure level is memorized and n is displayed in the viewfinder. How to cancel To cancel the AE lock function, press the AE lock button again.
Setting the Focus Mode Switch to the Continuous Position
Predictive Autofocus Mode When the camera senses subject movement during the autofocus operation, the camera will automatically switch the focus mode to the predictive autofocus mode to measure the speed of a moving subject, and predict where it will be at the moment of shutter release to maintain sharp focus on the subject. If the subject is moving too fast, the shutter may not be released.
If the shutter release button is held at the halfway position, the lens focuses continuously to follow the subject. The shutter can be released even if the subject is out of focus. Set the focus mode switch to h.
When the exposure compensation is not enabled, E is imprinted. The exposure compensation Exposure compensation value value for the auto bracketing is also imprinted. If both auto-bracketing and exposure compensation are used, the sum is imprinted. Auto bracketing Metering mode AE lock Flash status Focal length of lens Focus mode Autofocus mode AF area Focus point Film speed X is imprinted when the pictures are taken in auto bracketing mode. Q (Multi-segment), R (Center-Weighted). S (Spot) W is imprinted with the AE-lock function used. s is imprinted when a Pentax dedicated flash is fired. [Focal length] is imprinted when the FA lens is attached. When the FA zoom lens is in use, [an approximate value of focal length] is imprinted. p is imprinted when an accessory such as the A-lens and rear converter is mounted. K is imprinted with the autofocus mode used. L is imprinted with the manual focus mode used. z is imprinted with Single AF mode used. h is imprinted with Continuous AF mode used. 8 is imprinted with the 3-point AF mode used. 4 is imprinted with the spot AF mode used. When the 3-point AF is set, the focus point used is imprinted with L (left), R (right), or C (center). The film speed set from ISO 6 to 6400 is imprinted.
To set 1. Set the exposure compensation dial to [D]. [D] will be displayed on the LCD panel. 2. Press the up/down button repeatedly until [on] appears on the LCD panel. If i is displayed on the LCD panel, the exposure data will be imprinted on the negative. With a 645 A- lens attached, the focal length of the lens will not be imprinted even if i is displayed on the LCD panel. With an accessory without the lens information contacts such as a helicoid extension tube attached, the focal length and aperture setting of the lens will not be imprinted even if i is displayed on the LCD panel. Since the exposure data are imprinted on the outside of picture frame, the data will not be seen on the actual photographs. The shutter cannot be released with the exposure compensation dial set to i.
To cancel the Exposure Data Imprint Mode 1. Set the main switch to [ON].
2. Set the exposure compensation dial to [D]. 3. Press the up/down button repeatedly to display [OFF] on the LCD panel.
Using a Pentax Dedicated External Flash
When the flash is fully charged, the ready lamp on the flash unit lights up. When the shutter release button is pressed halfway down, s appears in the viewfinder indicating the flash is ready. For more details, read the flash operating manual. Exposure Compensation with a Pentax TTL dedicated flash When the exposure compensation is set with a Pentax TTL flash in use, it makes possible to adjust the brightness of the background of the subject and the flash output at the same time.
Using the TTL Auto Flash 1. Remove the hot shoe cover and attach a Pentax dedicated flash unit. 2. Turn the flash ON. 3. Set the flash to TTL Auto mode. 4. Confirm that the flash is fully charged. 5. Focus on the subject and release the shutter. Auto Bracketing Exposure mode with a Pentax TTL dedicated flash When the auto bracketing exposure mode is selected with a Pentax dedicated TTL flash in use, only the amount of flash output is varied.
TYPE C N N*1
TYPE D N N
TYPE A: AF500FTZ (*3), AF360FGZ, AF330FTZ TYPE B: AF400FTZ, AF240FT TYPE C: AF400T, AF280T, AF220T, AF200T, AF080C, AF140C TYPE D: AF200SA, AF201SA Using other types of a flash Notes: Use of non-Pentax flash units may damage the camera. *1. When using a Type C flash (except AF220T) in the MS For the best results, use a Pentax dedicated flash unit. (Manual Sync) or M (Manual) modes, set the camera's Some large studio type flashes may have reversed conexposure mode to the Aperture-Priority AE Mode, Mantacts and may not fire with the 645NII camera. For further ual or Bulb. The Program and Aperture-Priority AE Modes cannot be used because the actual required information, contact the manufacturer or local supplier aperture value may change. of the flash unit. Also, some studio flash units may not be synchronized properly and a part of the image could *2. AF500FTZ and AF330FTZ do not have the auto flash capability. be blacked out by the second shutter curtain. It is rec*3. AF140C and AF080C do not have the auto flash capability. ommended, for safety's sake, to use a shutter speed *4. ln the MS (Manual Sync) or M (Manual) mode, the one step slower than the flash sync speed. Shutter-Priority AE cannot be used because the actual required aperture value may change.
Daylight- Sync Shooting
Purpose When taking a portrait in daylight, the subject's face may be covered by shadow. The use of a flash will help eliminate the unwanted shadow. Daylight-sync photography is accomplished in the same manner as normal flash photography, so you simply press the shutter release but-ton. lf the background is too bright, it may be overexposed.
Purpose It is possible to balance the exposure of a foreground subject against a dimly lit background by using the flash to properly expose the foreground subject and a slow-shutter-speed to expose the low light background. To set With the Metered Manual Mode set 1. Turn the flash on. 2. Set the camera's exposure mode to the Metered Manual Mode. 3. Select an appropriate shutter speed (lower than 1/60 second) and aperture combination for a correct exposure. 4. Release the shutter.
To set With the Shutter-Priority AE Mode set 1. Set the camera's exposure mode to the Shutter-Priority AE Mode. 2. Set the desired shutter speed. lf the aperture in the viewfinder blinks, a correct exposure will not be obtained for the background. Adjust the shutter speed until the blinking stops.
3. Turn the flash on. 4. Take the picture. lf the power is on before the desired shutter speed is selected, the proper exposure for the back-ground will not be obtained. Be sure to select the shutter speed before the flash is turned on. ln the slow-speed-sync shooting, use of a tripod is recommended to prevent camera shake.
Using the Preview Lever
To confirm the depth of field in the viewfinder, press the preview lever. 1. Turn the lens aperture ring to a position other than the b position.
2. Press the preview lever. The aperture will stop down to the preset value, and the depth of field can be confirmed through the viewfinder. The lens aperture is closed down while holding the preview lever. The shutter cannot be released while pressing the preview lever. The depth of field cannot be confirmed with the lens aperture set to b.
To set To cancel 1 To cancel 2
This camera is equipped with a mirror lock-up function. To set 1. Set the drive mode selector to q. 2. Press the shutter release button fully to swing up the mirror. 3. Press the shutter release button again. The shutter is released. The exposure is locked just before the mirror goes up. The audible PCV signal's beeping can be enabled and will be heard with the drive mode selector set to U. Mirror lockup cannot be used when using LS lenses with the lens shutter set. Mirror lockup cannot be operated when the batteries are exhausted or running low. The batteries run out quickly when using mirror lock-up for long hours.
To cancel 1. With the exposure mode set to the Aperture-Priority AE mode, Metered manual mode or Bulb exposure mode: Set the Drive mode selector to a position other than [M.UP] or set the main switch to [OFF]. 2. With the exposure mode set to the Programmed AE or Shutter- Priority AE mode: Set the multi-exposure switch to [ON]. Set the drive mode selector to a position other than [M.UP] or set the main switch to [OFF]. Set the multi-exposure switch to the original position. Note: Without setting the multi-exposure switch to the ON position, the film is advanced by 1 frame when the mirror returns to the original position.
SETTING PENTAX FUNCTIONS The camera provides 10 Pentax Functions so you can set the camera according to your preferences. To set: 1. Turn on the camera. Set the exposure compensation dial to M. A Function No. and the setting content will be displayed on the LCD panel. 2. Press the up or down button to display the Pentax Function (No.0 to No.9) you want to set. 3. Press the AE lock button to select the setting content. 4. The Pentax function No. and setting content will be set when the exposure compensation dial is set to other than M. The shutter cannot be released with the exposure compensation dial set to M.
Resetting the Pentax Function To reset all the Pentax Functions to the initial settings. 1. Set the exposure compensation dial to M. 2. Hold down the up and down buttons at the same time for more than 2 seconds. N will be displayed on the LCD panel and all Pentax Functions are reset to the initial settings.
Setting Pentax Function
[PF 2] Setting the metering timer The metering will stay on for 10 seconds but can be changed to 20 or 30 seconds. Pentax Function No.seconds (initial setting)
[PF 0] Imprinting the character (capital letters A - G) If the imprinting is enabled, a capital letter can be imprinted on the negative. If the user has more than two cameras, a different letter can be set to identify which camera was used with the film. Pentax Function No.0 [PF 1] Setting the shutter speed step For use with the Shutter-Priority AE or Metered Manual Mode set, the shutter speed step can be set to either 0.5 or 1 EV step. Pentax Function No.1 1/2EV step (initial setting)
[PF 3] Setting the auto-bracketing sequence You can set the sequence of the auto-bracketing exposures. Pentax Function No.3 Proper exposure Under exposure Over exposure Under exposure Proper exposure Over exposure Over exposure Proper exposure Under exposure
1.0EV step (follows the shutter speed dial)
[PF 4] Setting the self-timer delay time The self-timer delay time can be set to 12 sec. or 2 sec. If the 2 sec. self-timer is set, the mirror is locked up when the shutter release button is pressed and the shutter will be released after 2 seconds. Pentax Function No.4 Self-timer delay of 12 sec. (initial setting)
STATEMENT OF FCC COMPLIANCE
For Customers in Canada
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Pour les utilisateurs au Canada
Cet appareil numrique de la classe B est conforme la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
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