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Better "Pictures - faster and easier
Removing the Back - Inserting the Cartridge
Setting Film Counter and Film Indicator
Closing the Back - Opening the Front Doors
Preparing the Film for Exposing
SETTING THE CONTROLS
Aperture or Stop - Shutter Speed
Combi-Plunger - Shutter Release - Automatic Lock...
Single Shots - Rapid Sequence Shots
Closing the Camera .
Rewinding the Film - Changing partly exposed films..
Filters - Lens Hood - Close-Up Lenses
Aperture and Depth of Field
Care of Camera and Lens
|FRONT VIEW - Front doors open
A Aperture Scale
|BACK VIEW - Front Doors Open
L View- and Rangefinder Eyepiece
M Camera Back (Removed)
The upper edge of the film must touch the inside of the upper rim of the
spool (5). Now pull the cartridge across the transport shaft and the film aperture and insert it in the
film chamber (6). Then turn back the latch and fold it down (14). Only now is the camera
fully closed and light tight.
Hold the camera in your left hand, with the four fingers
lying against the lower edge of the front doors 10. Lift up the latch and give it a quarter turn so that it points to
"Off" (2) , grip the latch and pull the camera back off the body (3), using your left thumb which lies against the
back to help in pushing it off.
Turn the film transport shaft by the cogs until the slit in
the take-up spool next to it faces upward (4).
Turn the milled edge of the film counter disc in the direction of the arrow until the. mark
is opposite the index line on the body (9). Finally, set the film indicator in the back (10). To avoid errors later on, decide from
the start on the colour marks you propose to use for the different films, and make a note of them.
Hold the camera with your left hand to stop the cartridge from
Push the camera body and back together again
(11). If the back will not close completely (12), move the latch and the open rewind
crank slightly to and fro (13).
Hold the camera in both hands, point it slightly downwards, and press the release button (15). The two doors
will spring open and expose the shutter and lens. The fully open camera appears as shown in illustration
Caution: It is advisable to use the left index finger for braking slightly the movement of the combi-plunger as it slides out at the same time. If the lens does not come forward all the way, gently pull one of the front doors outwards.
Press down the combi-plunger as far as it will
go and allow it to spring up again v. Press down the release button and keep it
depressed is. Work the combi-plunger once more 19. Now take your finger off the release button
and push down the combi-plunger for the third time.
To set the aperture or stop turn the semi-circular wheel
To set the shutter speed, turn the large, milled shutter
speed ring Ts. All the settings are easily read off from above ©. Set the red dot on the shutter speed ring opposite the required shutter speed (ill.
(7)= 1/2 sec).
The figures on the shutter speed scale stand for fractions of a second, except for the "1"/
which means one second. Intermediate speeds can be set EXCEPT between '/,o
and 1/25 second, and between 1/250 and 1/500 second.
The upper edge of the film must touch the inside of the upper rim of the spool (5). Now pull the cartridge across the transport shaft and the film aperture and insert it in the film chamber (6).
Then turn back the latch and fold it down (14). Only now is the camera fully closed and light tight.
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