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Sonar range nder Film door release Film door Film exit Film shade Quintic, three-element, 125mm lens Programmed ash Photocell Self-timer indicator (1200si)
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Rear View Hand strap Release latch (open/close camera) Neck strap connector Tripod socket Viewnder System control panel (1200si shown) p Two-stage shutter button j k l m n o
Control Panel q r s t u v w x Feet or meters selector (1200si) Audio signal switch (1200si) Self-timer switch (1200si) Exposure control (1200si/1200i) Recharge indicator (1200si/1200i) Picture counter (1200si/1200i) Programmed ash override (1200si) Sonar autofocus override (1200si)
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Opening and Closing the Camera
To open, slide release latch (a) in direction of arrow. Camera opens automatically.
DO NOT force cover open as it will damage camera.
To close, slide release latch (a) in direction of arrow. Hold camera as shown. Close lid and let go of release latch.
DO NOT force cover closed as it will damage camera.
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Loading and Unloading the Film
Note: Use only Polaroid lm. Before use, check expiration date. This camera uses 1200 lm with 12 frames per pack, or Spectra or Image 990 lm with 10 frames per pack. 12-frame lm: Blank = no lm pack inserted S = start, numbers count up E = empty, 12 frames taken 10-frame lm: Blank = no lm pack inserted S = start, numbers count up 10 (orange) = empty, 10 frames taken 11, E (orange) = empty, camera cycled beyond last (10th) frame
To load the lm, press lm door release (a) to open. Hold lm by edges. Insert lm pack as shown. Push lm pack in until a "click" is heard.
Close lm door. Film cover ejects automatically.
To unload lm, press lm door release (a) to open. Pull tab to remove empty lm pack.
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Taking Pictures with the 1200si
For horizontal photos, hold camera as shown in a. For vertical photos, hold camera as shown in b.
1 Frame your subject in viewnder. 2 Press shutter button halfway. The distance to your subject (in meters or
feet) and a symbol are displayed. A green symbol indicates that it is okay to take photo.
3 Press shutter button all the way. The photo is automatically ejected.
Note: If ash or focus is not correct, camera beeps and/or a ashing yellow caution symbol appears. Adjust the camera or reposition your subject as described in the next section.
If the ash or focus is not correct.
When the caution symbol and the following error indicators appear: Your subject is too close. The number 0.1 is displayed. Release shutter button and stand at least 0.6 m (2 ft.) from subject. Your subject is beyond ash range. A number from 4.8 to 6.2 is displayed. Release shutter button and position your subject within the 0.6 m to 4.6 m (2-15 ft.) ash range. Your subject is within range, but the ash is off. A number from 4.8 to 6.2 is displayed. Slide the ash switch up to turn ash on. Note: Distance readings do not appear when subject is beyond 6.2 m (20 ft). 4
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Taking Pictures with the 1200i
1 Frame your subject in viewnder. 2 Press shutter button all the way. The photo is automatically ejected.
Use this feature to retake photo that was too light or too dark. To lighten dark photo, slide exposure control up (a). To darken light photo, slide exposure control down (b). Retake photo.
a Initial result (too dark)
a = corrective action
b Initial result (too light)
b = corrective action
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Place camera on tripod or other secure surface and set up photo. Press shutter button halfway and release button. Slide self-timer switch down. You have 12 seconds before self-timer activates shutter release. Camera beeps and red light ashes for 10 seconds, then beeps steadily and red light shines continuously for an additional two seconds before taking photo.
Slide self-timer up. Photo ejects automatically. Note: To avoid double exposure, do not close camera before sliding self-timer up.
Taking Photos Through Glass
Use these features To override autofocus and autoash slide their controls down to OFF position.
Always return controls to normal position after using.
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Do not touch lens. Clean camera lens with soft, lint-free cloth. If spots or banding appears on photos, camera may have dirty developer rollers.
To clean developer rollers, dampen clean cloth with tap water. Open lm door and thoroughly clean rollers. If lm is in camera, clean rollers in dimly lit area.
55 F 13 C
Do not shake. Do not bend. If temperature is below 55 F (13 C) place developing photo in warm location, such as your pocket.
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Guide to better pictures
Be sure soundwaves have clear path to your subject. If an object in foreground prevents soundwaves from reaching your subject, lens focuses on foreground object. Subject will be out of focus.
Cause When subject is not centered in the picture, the sound waves pass by the subject and measure the distance to the background. This causes the subject to be unclear because the lens focuses on the background.
Solution Center the subject in the picture. Or, if you want to keep your subject offcenter, frame your subject in the middle of the viewnder. Press and hold the shutter button halfway to lock in the correct lens setting. Then reframe your subject off center and press the shutter button all the way. The sound waves travel to the central part of the scene. Be sure there are no objects in front of your subject.
Object in foreground prevented sound waves from measuring correctly. Lens focuses on object, causing unclear and possibly dark subject.
Background was too far from subject. Subject may have been beyond ash range.
Place subject near a background and keep the exposure control in the normal position. Stay within ash range of 0.6 m to 4.6 m (2 to 15 ft), and keep the exposure control in the normal position.
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Repeated spots or bar pattern
Cause Developer rollers inside the lm door need to be cleaned.
Solution Open lm door in indirect light (do not remove lm). While turning rollers, clean them with a lint-free cloth dampened with water.
Cause Picture was shaken back and forth or bent shortly after it was ejected from the camera. Picture was left in the exit slot, and camera was set down on a table or other surface.
Solution During rst 60 seconds of development, handle print gently; hold it only by its wide white border, and do not wave or bend it. Remove print from exit slot as soon as it ejects.
Subject too dark
Cause Cameras photocell measured the bright window light, causing the subject to be too dark.
Solution Reposition subject away from the bright background.
When a bright source of light (lamplight, candlelight, etc.) is in the central part of the scene and in front of the subject, the cameras photocell will measure the bright light, causing the subject to be too dark.
Move the source of light to one side of your subject so it is not in the central part of the scene.
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Picture too blue or too red/yellow
Cause Picture taken at temperatures below 55F (13C) can have a blue tint.
Solution In cold weather, keep camera and lm as warm as possible. Immediately place developing picture in a warm pocket for at least a minute, being careful not to bend it. Avoid storing camera and lm in hot places, such as glove or luggage compartments of a car, or near a heat source, such as a radiator.
Pictures taken at temperatures above 95F (35C) can have a red or yellow tint.
Three-year limited warranty
Three-year limited warranty except in U. S., Latin America and Canada, where one-year limited warranty applies.
This camera is battery operated. Supervise children when camera is operated by them or used in their presence. To avoid electrical shock, do not expose to or immerse in water or other uids, disassemble, or operate if dropped or damaged.
Questions? Need Help?
Contact Polaroid Customer Care Center Toll Free at: 1-800-343-5000 www.polaroid.com
Copyright 2000 Polaroid Corporation, Cambridge MA 02139 U. S. A., Owner of trademarks Polaroid, Spectra, Polaroid 1200, Polaroid 990 and Image.
1200si Instant Camera
The 1200si Instant Camera offers great versatility with an electronic viewfinder that provides distance and light information, audio-visual signals that cue you to the right photographic conditions, and a control panel that allows control of exposure, auto-focus, auto-flash and self-timer. The camera produces vivid, sharp pictures and uses both 1200 film (12 frame) and Spectra/Image film (10 frame).
Features & Benefits
Sonar rangefinder Automatically focuses the camera before the picture is taken. When the shutter button is pressed halfway, the camera sends sound waves (within 10 thousandths of a second) to the central part of the scene. The sound waves are used to measure the distance to the person or object (in the central part of the scene) that is closest to the camera. A built-in computer measures the time it takes the sound waves to reach the scene and the echo to return. This measurement is used to provide the correct lens setting. Programmed flash Automatically blends light from the scene with just enough flash to provide the right lighting for the best possible picture. Audio signals Three audio signals: a warning tone when the caution symbol appears in the viewfinder display, beeps that signal the self-timer countdown, and chimes that indicate the film pack is empty. Flash rapid recharge Automatically charges every time you: load film into the camera take a picture press the shutter button halfway open the camera When the green light comes on, the flash is ready to fire. The light will stay on for 20 to 30 seconds. If you want to take a picture after the green light has gone off, lightly press and release the shutter button to turn the green light back on.
Viewfinder Enables you to frame your image. Electronic viewfinder display Helps you take the best possible picture. When the shutter button is pressed halfway, displays indicating distance to subject and symbols for good picture or caution appear in the viewfinder.
Green symbol (Good Picture) indicates conditions right for taking a good picture. Press the shutter button the rest of the way. Caution Flashing yellow and a warning tone indicates conditions not right for taking a picture. Problem should be corrected before taking the picture. The distance reading will help you identify the problem. 1 subject too close. Release the shutter button and stand at least 2 feet (.6m) from subject. 2 to 15 flash off. Slide the flash switch up to turn the flash on. 16 to 20 subject beyond flash range. Release the shutter button and move closer to the subject to keep within the 2 to 15 foot (0.6m to 4.6m) flash range. Note: Distance readings do not appear when subject is beyond 20 feet (6.2m).
Film ejection Automatic film ejection for self-developing of instant color or black and white pictures.
For more information on the Polaroid 1200si Instant Camera, call us toll-free at 1-800-343-5000. Or, visit our website - www.polaroid.com.
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Features & Benefits (cont)
Built-in self-timer Lets you get into the picture. To use this feature you must first press the shutter button halfway to make sure the green (good picture) symbol is displayed in the viewfinder. Then release the shutter button. Once the good picture condition is displayed, slide the self-timer switch down. You have 12 seconds to get in the picture before the self-timer activates the shutter release. Camera beeps and red light flashes for 10 seconds, then beeps steadily and red light shines continuously for an additional two seconds before taking photo.
After the picture is taken, the camera does not automatically eject the film until the self-timer switch is set to up. Note: To stop the self-timer 12-second countdown, slide the switch up to turn off the self-timer.
Two-stage shutter button Press halfway distance to your subject (in feet or meters) and a symbol are displayed. A green symbol indicates that it is okay to take photo.
Press all the way photo taken and automatically ejected. Note: If flash or focus is incorrect, camera beeps and/or a flashing yellow caution symbol appears. Adjust the camera or reposition your subject.
To delay ejecting the picture, hold the shutter button down.
Adjustable hand strap Accommodates different hand sizes and improves grip. Neck strap connector Accommodates a neck strap. Release Latch Opens and closes the camera. Tripod socket Attaches to a standard tripod.
Control panel flexibility Enables the user to set camera conditions.
Feet/meters selector sets the viewfinder distance reading to display feet or meters. Audio signal switch turns on/off the warning tone, beeps, or chimes. Self-timer slide switch enables/disables the self-timer. Sonar rangefinder override enables/disables the sonar rangefinder. Programmed flash turns on/off the flash. Exposure control lightens/darkens a picture. Rapid recharge indicator indicates green when flash is ready to fire. Picture counter counts down to show how many pictures are left in the film pack.
Close-up lens Close-up stand
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Film: Uses Polaroid 1200 film (12 frame) or Spectra/Image film (10 frame) Lens: Quintic, three-element, 125 mm Focus: Auto 10-zone focusing: 2 feet to infinity Aperture: f/10 to f/45 Shutter speed range: 1/245 sec. to 2.8 sec. Flash range: Indoors 2 ft. to 15 ft. (0.6 m to 4.6 m) Outdoors subject at least 2 ft. (0.6 m) from camera Power source: Self-contained 6.0 Vdc battery in film cassette Recharge time: Approximately 6 sec. Camera size: 6.82 in. x 5.46 in. x 3.07 in. (17.3 cm x 13.87 cm x 7.78 cm)
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