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Remaining Frames Display
The number of frames are displayed below the LCD display in the viewfinder, so it can be checked while shooting. The number of frames remaining is shown as "F" until 9 frames is reached. At which point it begins the count down. Non DX coded film is shown only as "F".
PLEASE USE the MAIN MAP for the viewfinder and LCD display for cross reference in this site.
Viewfinder Display Selector All the viewfinder information can be turned off to save the batteries. The dark spot setting means all information iIs turned on. "O " means all information is off. The bulb light icon means the Display Panel and viewfinder information on the right are illuminated.
Film-Load Check Window You can directly check the film loaded in the camera through the window. Film loaded can also be verified with the bar marks on the Display Panel.
Shooting Mode Selector To select a mode, while pressing the Shooting Mode Selector, turn the Electronic Input Dial until the desired shooting mode appears on the Display Panel.
Metering Mode Selector While pressing the Metering Mode Selector turn the Electronic Input Dial until the desired metering mode appears on the Display Panel.
Auto Film Speed Setting The T90 automatically sets film speed by reading the DX Codes printed on the film cassette. The film speed value will appear on the Display Panel while the camera is advancing the film toward the first usable frame. Manual film speed setting is also possible.
Exposure Compensation Press the Exposure Compensation Button. The Exposure Compensation Index will then appear on the Display Panel.
While pressing the Exposure Compensation Button, use the Electronic Input Dial to move the "Bar" dot to the desired point on the Exposure Compensation Index.
Eyepiece Shutter Lever This lever is used to open and close the Eyepiece Shutter. Closing the Eyepiece Shutter prevents ambient light from entering the camera when you are doing self-timer photography.
Remote Control Photography
Remote control Socket: This is the connecting terminal for accessories such as the wireless controller Or the remote switch (60T3). The LC-2 remote control device uses infrared rays to control the T90 from up to 5 meters (16 ft.) away. Particularly useful for wildlife photography or news coverage, the Wireless Controller LC-2 consists of a transmitter and a receiver. You can also use it instead of the self timer when you want to be in the picture.
An Auto Sensing Mode Using Infrared Light
The Wireless Controller LC-2 has three operating modes: the Standard Mode, the 2 sec. Delay Mode and the Auto Sensing Mode. The Auto Sensing Mode trips the shutter when an object blocks the light path between the transmitter and the receiver. It makes possible unmanned wildlife photography.
Spot Metering Display
When shooting with the one spot metering mode, both the shutter speed and the aperture setting are displayed at the bottom of the viewfinder. The fixed dot will then appear at the position of the triangle index on the right of the viewfinder.
Film Winding Mode Open the Palm Wing and set the Film Winding Mode Self Timer Selector to "S-C". Press and release the Film Winding Mode Button to set the desired film winding mode on the Display Panel.
Manual Film Rewind If you want to rewind the film before the end of the roll, open the Palm Wing and press the Manual Rewind Button. The T90 starts to rewind the film from any point.
Self timer Open the Palm Wing and set the Film Winding Mode / Self Timer Selector to Timer Icon. Press and release the Self Timer Button to set either 2 or 10 sec. on the Display Panel. Press the Shutter Button when you are ready to take the picture.
Battery Check Open the Palm Wing on the side of the camera and press the Battery Check Button. Battery voltage is then shown on the Display Panel. A single blinking bar mark or no bar mark means batteries should be replaced with fresh ones.
DX coded film can be read by the T90. While manual setting of the film speed to override the auto DX coding is also possible.
What Does these Symbols mean ?
When the stopped down AE mode is used with the lens set to the "A" mark, "EEEE EE" indicates that operation is wrong. While "HELP" may also appear in case of malfunction or as an operational error warning.
Concept | Capabilities
Its Metering, Exposure modes, Flash, Film Backs options, and the brains, oohs...lastly, full specifications with details illustrations of its various controls, available in HTML / PDF format.
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