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Checking the Batteries
1) 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.
Batery power is sufficient.
Replace the batteries with new ones.
ï Even if one blinking bar mark or no bar mark appears on the display panel while checking the batteries, exposure will be correct as long as the shutter releases.
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This camera will not operate without batteries. Try to make a habit of checking the batteries at the following times.
ï After loading new batteries.
ï After storing the camera for a long time.
ï If the shutter does not release.
ï When you are using the camera in low temperatures.
ï Before shooting important events.
Use a new set of batteries as specified below or equivalent batteries of another brand.
1. Four AA size 1.5 V alkaline batteries LR6 (AM-3)
2. Four AA size 1.5 V carbon-zinc batteries R6 (SUM-3)
3. Four AA size 1.2 V Ni-Cd batteries
ï Always use four new batteries of the same brand and replace them at the same time.
ï Wipe the battery terminals and the camera contacts with a clean, dry cloth before loading, to ensure proper contact.
ï Remove the batteries if you do not expect to use the camera for about three weeks or longer.
ï When shooting in temperatures below 0°C (32°F), keep your camera and spare batteries close to your body or in a pocket to keep them warm until you are ready to take a picture. You can also use a set of Ni-Cd batteries which function well in low temperature. - approx. 15 rolls in the HIGH mode and 45 rolls. in the LOW mode at -20°C ( - 4°F) with 24-exp. film. (- p.34)
ï When using Ni-Cd batteries, please note that different brands have different types of terminals. Be sure to use a type which is suitable for the camera.
ï Refer to the manufacturer's instructions for recharging Ni-Cd batteries.
ï Three bars ( - ) may not appear on the display panel during the battery check, even if using fully charged Ni-Cd batteries, because of their low nominal voltage.
ï The battery naturally discharges even when not in use, so try to check the batteries regularly.
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