Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro User Manual

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OWNER’S MANUAL
This manual will show you how to use 
your FUJIFILM DIGITAL CAMERA 
FinePix S5 Pro correctly.
Please follow the instructions carefully.
BL00577-201(1)
Getting Ready
Using the Camera
Advanced Features
• Photography
Settings
Camera Connection
Software
Installation
• Playback
Appendices
Troubleshooting

Summary of Contents of user manual for Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro

  • Page 1

    Getting Ready Using the Camera Advanced Features • Photography • Playback OWNER’S MANUAL This manual will show you how...

  • Page 2: Warning

    Warning To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain For customers in Canada or...

  • Page 3: IMPORTANT

    IMPORTANT Be sure to read this page before using the software. 4. Ownership. NOTICE All copyrights and other proprietary...

  • Page 4: EC Declaration of Conformity

    EC Declaration of Conformity We Name: FUJIFILM Europe GmbH Address: Heesenstrasse 31 40549 Dusseldorf, Germany declare that the product...

  • Page 5: Private Households

    Disposal of Electric and Electronic Equipment in Private Households Disposal of used Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the...

  • Page 6: Contents

    Contents Warning................................................................. 2 Taking Pictures at Default Settings .................... 47 IMPORTANT ......................................................... 3 Viewing the Images ............................................ 50 EC...

  • Page 7

    Flash exposure compensation .................... 84 Two-Button Reset............................................. 120 FV lock ........................................................ 85 Non-CPU Lenses ............................................. 121 Lenses that can...

  • Page 8

    Contents MAINTENANCE................................... 176 Cleaning the CCD ............................................ 204 TIME .................................. 177 Power Supply and Battery................................ 208 SYSTEM .............................................. 179...

  • Page 9: Preface

    Preface Z Test Shots Prior to Photography Z Liquid Crystal For important photographs (such as weddings and If the...

  • Page 10

    Preface Z Notes on Electrical Interference If the camera is to be used in hospitals or aircrafts, please note...

  • Page 11: About this Manual

    About this Manual CAUTION Connecting Camera Directly to Printer — PictBridge Function This mark denotes issues that may affect...

  • Page 12: Accessories Included

    Accessories Included • Rechargeable battery NP-150 (1) • Camera body cap (1) Fitted on the camera body • Battery...

  • Page 13: Camera Parts and Features

    Camera Parts and Features A Accessory shoe (p.91) B Built-in flash (p.78) C Lens release button (p.24) D Focus-mode selector...

  • Page 14

    Camera Parts and Features N AF-assist illuminator (p.64)/Self-timer lamp (p.101)/ Red-eye reduction lamp (p.82) O Sub-command dial P Strap...

  • Page 15

    V QUAL (image quality/size) button (p.93, 94)/ Reset button (p.120) W Release mode dial unlock button (p.66) X WB (white...

  • Page 16

    Camera Parts and Features & Viewfinder eyepiece cup (p.102) * (erase) button (p.53)/ Format button (p.35) ( BKT (bracketing)...

  • Page 17: Monitor

    Example of Control Panel, Viewfinder and LCD Monitor Z Control panel A Color temperature indicator (p.97) I White balance...

  • Page 18

    Example of Control Panel, Viewfinder and LCD Monitor Q Flash compensation indicator (p.84) X Bracketing indicator (p.103) R Exposure...

  • Page 19

    Z Viewfinder A Framing grid O ISO sensitivity (p.92) (Displayed when [ON] is selected for the [GRID DISPLAY] P Number...

  • Page 20

    Example of Control Panel, Viewfinder and LCD Monitor Z LCD Monitor ABCD A D-RANGE (p.112) Photo information 1 B...

  • Page 21

    Z Large-capacity memory cards CAUTION When enough memory remains on the memory card to • When the battery is totally...

  • Page 22

    Example of Control Panel, Viewfinder and LCD Monitor About advanced focusing screen display The new advanced focusing screen display...

  • Page 23: Mounting the camera lens

    Attaching the Strap and Lens Attaching the strap Mounting the camera lens Getting Ready Attach the strap to the...

  • Page 24

    Attaching the Strap and Lens 4 Position the lens in the camera’s bayonet Detaching lenses mount so that the...

  • Page 25

    Z Lens compatibility Use a CPU lens (except IX-Nikkor) with this camera. D- or G-type AF lenses give you access...

  • Page 26

    Attaching the Strap and Lens *6 Manual exposure mode only. *7 Compatible with AF-I Nikkor lenses and with all...

  • Page 27

    Z G-type Nikkor and other CPU Nikkor lens The G-type Nikkor lens has no aperture ring; aperture should be selected...

  • Page 28

    Attaching the Strap and Lens Z Nikkor lenses/accessories that cannot be attached to the FinePix S5 Pro The following...

  • Page 29: Attaching the LCD cover

    Attaching the LCD cover Removing the LCD cover Getting Ready To prevent soiling or damage to the LCD monitor,...

  • Page 30: Charging the Battery

    Charging the Battery The battery is not fully charged at shipment and must be CAUTION fully charged before being...

  • Page 31

    CAUTION 1 Plug the battery charger BC-150 (included) Unplug the battery charger from the power outlet when it Getting...

  • Page 32: Loading the Battery

    Loading the Battery 1 Set the power switch to OFF to turn the Removing the battery camera off (➝p.36)....

  • Page 33: Checking the battery charge

    Checking the battery charge CAUTION • Due to the nature of the battery, the battery level Getting Ready Check...

  • Page 34: Inserting Memory Cards

    Inserting Memory Cards Photographs are stored on CompactFlash/Microdrive CAUTION (available separately). Never open the slot cover while the camera...

  • Page 35: Formatting the memory card

    Formatting the memory card D After formatting is completed, the control panel shows the number of available frames. Getting...

  • Page 36: Setting the language, date, and time

    Turning On and Off Set the power switch to ON to turn the camera on. Setting the language, date,...

  • Page 37

    2 Set the date and time. 3 Change the date format. Getting Ready DATE / TIME NOT SET DATE /...

  • Page 38

    Turning On and Off MEMO [START MENU] screen also appears when the battery have been removed and the camera...

  • Page 39: Correcting the Date and Time

    Correcting the Date and Time 1 Open the [SET UP] menu. 2 Display the [DATE/TIME] screen. Getting Ready SET...

  • Page 40: Adjusting Viewfinder Focus

    Adjusting Viewfinder Focus Photographs are framed in the viewfinder. Before shooting, make sure that the display in the viewfinder...

  • Page 41: Selecting the Language

    Selecting the Language 1 Open the [SET UP] menu. 2 Display the [ ] screen. Getting Ready SET UP...

  • Page 42: Basic Operation Guide

    Basic Operation Guide This section describes the camera’s buttons and functions. Shutter button (p.49) Power switch (p.36)/Illuminator switch (p.18)...

  • Page 43

    Release mode dial unlock button (p.66) QUAL (image quality/size) button (p.93, 94) Hold down this button to move the release...

  • Page 44

    Basic Operation Guide Sub-command dial 10-pin remote terminal Changes the aperture and other settings. Used for connecting a 10-pin...

  • Page 45

    BKT (bracketing) button (p.103) (erase) button (p.53) Used with the command dials to select auto exposure bracketing. Used to delete...

  • Page 46

    Basic Operation Guide AE-L/AF-L (AE / AF lock) button (p.62, 69) AF-ON button (p.55) The exposure and focus is...

  • Page 47: Taking Pictures at Default Settings

    Taking Pictures at Default Settings This section describes how to take pictures at default settings. 2 Adjust camera settings....

  • Page 48

    Taking Pictures at Default Settings Holding the camera correctly 3 Focus on the main subject in the center Hold...

  • Page 49

    Z Number of available frames 4 Press the shutter button fully. The exposure count in the control panel and...

  • Page 50: Setting the camera to playback mode

    Viewing the Images Playback your images to check them. For important Select the screen display. photographs, always take a...

  • Page 51: Single-frame playback

    Single-frame playback MEMO Press DISP/BACK to cancel playback zoom. 2 Display another part of the image. Using the Camera...

  • Page 52

    Viewing the Images Zoom in face 2 Display another part of the image. New feature for images captured with...

  • Page 53: Using the erase button

    Multi-frame playback Using the erase button Multi-frame playback screen (9 frames) appears on the When performing single-frame playback, use...

  • Page 54: Focus mode

    Focus This section describes the options that control how your camera focuses: focus mode, focus-area selection, and C (Continuous-servo...

  • Page 55: AF-area mode

    Z The AF-ON button AF-area mode For the purpose of focusing the camera, pressing AF-ON has the AF-area mode determines...

  • Page 56

    Focus Z AF-area mode display in the control panel Group dynamic-AF Single-area AF User chooses focus area group (see...

  • Page 57: Focus zone selection

    Focus zone selection Wide frame (7 Areas) Control panel Viewfinder When (single-area AF) or (dynamic-area AF) is selected for...

  • Page 58

    Focus Z Setting the focus zone in the [SET UP] menu Z Setting the focus zone using FUNC. button...

  • Page 59: Focus area selection

    Focus area selection MEMO • The focus area cannot be changed when auto power At default settings, the FinePix...

  • Page 60: Manual focus

    Focus Manual focus Focal plane mark Use manual focus in situations where autofocus may not To determine the distance...

  • Page 61: Focus lock

    Z Focus aid Focus lock This allows you to check the focus of your shot using the focus indicator l...

  • Page 62

    Focus 2 Lock the focus. 3 Move the camera to recompose while Single-servo AF pressing the shutter button halfway,...

  • Page 63: Getting good results with autofocus

    Getting good results with The focus area contains areas of sharply contrasting brightness. autofocus Example: subject is half in...

  • Page 64: The AF-assist illuminator

    Focus The AF-assist illuminator MEMO • For the AF-assist illuminator to function correctly, the The built-in AF-assist illuminator enables...

  • Page 65: Depth-of-field preview button

    Z Nikon flash units and active assist illuminator Depth-of-field preview button Under the conditions described above, the Nikon SB-800 and...

  • Page 66: Release

    Release The shooting operation can be selected from (single- frame), (continuous low speed), (continuous high Continuous high speed speed),...

  • Page 67

    Z Buffer Size MEMO • The number of shots available before the memory • In continuous mode, the orientation recorded...

  • Page 68: Metering

    Metering Normally, the matrix metering system will provide the optimum exposure for your shot. However, you can Center-weighted choose...

  • Page 69: Taking Pictures with AE Lock

    Taking Pictures with AE Lock MEMO • While AE lock is in effect, exposure will not be changed AE...

  • Page 70: Programmed auto

    Exposure Mode Four modes are available: programmed auto (P), shutter- MEMO priority auto (S), aperture-priority auto (A), and manual...

  • Page 71

    Z Program chart Flexible program The program chart shows exposure control in flexible In mode , different combinations of...

  • Page 72: Shutter-priority auto

    Exposure Mode Shutter-priority auto MEMO • Shutter-priority auto is only available with CPU lenses. In shutter-priority auto, you choose...

  • Page 73: Aperture-priority auto

    Aperture-priority auto MEMO • When a non-CPU lens is attached and if the maximum In this mode, the photographer...

  • Page 74: Manual

    Exposure Mode Manual Aperture: Use the sub-command dial to set. In this mode, the photographer is free to set...

  • Page 75

    Z Electronic analog exposure display [EV CONTROL STEPS] set to [1 EV STEP] At shutter speeds other than , the...

  • Page 76: Exposure compensation

    Exposure Mode MEMO Exposure compensation • At a shutter speed of , the shutter will remain open while the...

  • Page 77

    When the exposure compensation is set, D appears on the control panel. The compensation value can be checked by pressing...

  • Page 78: Built-in flash

    Flash Photography Built-in flash Standard i-TTL Flash for Digital SLR This camera is equipped with a guide number 12...

  • Page 79: Using the Built-in flash

    Using the Built-in flash C Set the flash sync mode. (➝p.82). To use the built-in flash: A Choose a...

  • Page 80

    Flash Photography MEMO Z The shutter speeds and apertures available when • If the d flash-ready indicator blinks for...

  • Page 81

    Z Effective range of the built-in flash The effective range of the built-in flash varies depending on the ISO sensitivity...

  • Page 82: Synchro modes and their features

    Flash Photography Synchro modes and their d Front-curtain sync features Recommended for most situations. In programmed auto You can...

  • Page 83

    d SLOW Slow sync d REAR Rear-curtain sync Flash is combined with speeds as slow as 30 s to capture...

  • Page 84: Flash exposure compensation

    Flash Photography Flash exposure compensation To release flash exposure compensation Flash exposure compensation can be used to increase or...

  • Page 85: FV lock

    FV lock D Press the FUNC. button. This feature is used to lock flash output, allowing photographs to be...

  • Page 86

    Flash Photography Z Using FV lock with Nikon Speedlights Z Using FV Lock with the built-in flash FV lock...

  • Page 87: flash

    Lenses that can be used with the built-in flash The built-in flash can be used with any CPU lens...

  • Page 88: Nikon Speedlights that can be used

    Flash Photography Nikon Speedlights that can be used The Nikon flash models listed in the table below can be...

  • Page 89

    *7 Available only if non-CPU lens is used without specifying lens data in the [NON-CPU LENS DATA] (➝p.121) under [...

  • Page 90

    Flash Photography Z Notes on using Nikon Speedlights • In programmed auto, the maximum aperture (minimum • Refer to...

  • Page 91

    ISO sensitivity (SB-800/SB-600) Z The sync terminal When used with optional SB-800 and SB-600 A sync cable can be connected...

  • Page 92: Changing the Sensitivity Setting ( ISO)

    Changing the Sensitivity Setting ( ISO) ISO sensitivity is the digital equivalent of film speed. The Z Setting the...

  • Page 93: ( QUALITY)

    Changing the Image Quality Setting ( QUALITY) The camera supports the following image quality options Z Setting the image...

  • Page 94: ( RECORDING PIXELS)

    Changing the Image Size Setting ( RECORDING PIXELS) Sets the size of the photographed image. Z Setting the image...

  • Page 95: (T WHITE BALANCE)

    Adjusting Color Balance (T WHITE BALANCE) Change the settings when you want to set the white dFLASH balance to...

  • Page 96

    Adjusting Color Balance (T WHITE BALANCE) Z Setting the color balance in the [SHOOTING Z Setting the color balance...

  • Page 97: CHOOSE COLOR TEMP.

    CHOOSE COLOR TEMP. Z Setting the color temperature using WB and the command dials For taking a picture in...

  • Page 98: WB FINE TUNE

    Adjusting Color Balance (T WHITE BALANCE) WB FINE TUNE AWB/PRECET WB FINE TUNE R(RED)-Cy: Enhances the redness of an...

  • Page 99: Preset White Balance

    Preset White Balance E Hold up a sheet of white paper, reflectivity of 18% grey card, etc., under the...

  • Page 100

    Adjusting Color Balance (T WHITE BALANCE) Z Setting the preset white balance using WB and the E If the...

  • Page 101: Self-Timer Mode

    Self-Timer Mode You can use the self-timer when you want to be in the photograph. Use a tripod or...

  • Page 102

    Self-Timer Mode 4 The picture is taken in the selected time. To cancel the self-timer To turn the self-timer...

  • Page 103: Using Auto Bracketing

    Using Auto Bracketing The camera provides two types of auto bracketing. In exposure bracketing, the camera varies exposure 1...

  • Page 104

    Using Auto Bracketing • Modifications to exposure are added to those made with 3 While pressing BKT, rotate the...

  • Page 105

    Z Exposure Bracketing MEMO The camera modifies exposure by varying shutter speed • In single frame and self-timer modes, one...

  • Page 106

    Using Auto Bracketing Z Bracketing Programs The programs available when [AE & FLASH], [AE ONLY] or [d: FLASH ONLY]...

  • Page 107

    1/2 Step Selected for EV Step Control panel display No. of shots Exposure increment Bracketing order (EVs) 3 +1/2 +0.5,...

  • Page 108: Setting the [SHOOTING MENU]

    Using SHOOTING MENU Use these menus to adjust image quality or focus. You can take pictures in a wide...

  • Page 109: List of [SHOOTING MENU] options

    Setting the menu (➝p.108) List of [SHOOTING MENU] options Menu Functions Settings Sets the image formation parameters for images....

  • Page 110

    Using SHOOTING MENU Setting the menu (➝p.108) Menu Functions Settings QUALITY Sets the quality of images. RAW / FINE...

  • Page 111: FILM SIMULATION

    SHOOTING MENU Setting the menu (➝p.108) FILM SIMULATION Z Fine tuning the film simulation Enables fine tuning the film...

  • Page 112: D-RANGE

    SHOOTING MENU Setting the menu (➝p.108) MEMO D-RANGE Depending on the selected film simulation mode, the fine tune value...

  • Page 113: TONE

    Setting the menu (➝p.108) COLOR TONE Sets the density of the color used when shooting images. Use this setting...

  • Page 114: COLOR SPACE

    SHOOTING MENU Setting the menu (➝p.108) SHARPNESS COLOR SPACE Use this setting to soften or sharpen the outlines in...

  • Page 115: MULTIPLE EXPOSURE

    Setting the menu (➝p.108) ISO MULTIPLE EXPOSURE See p.92 for details. A series of two to ten exposures is...

  • Page 116

    SHOOTING MENU Setting the menu (➝p.108) C Perform subsequent shooting. MEMO The image is displayed after the shooting. When...

  • Page 117: LIVE VIEW DISPLAY

    Setting the menu (➝p.108) CAUTION LIVE VIEW DISPLAY • Do not remove or replace the memory card while recording...

  • Page 118

    SHOOTING MENU Setting the menu (➝p.108) MEMO 4 Enlarge an image for focusing. • While LIVE VIEW DISPLAY is...

  • Page 119: NOISE REDUCTION

    Setting the menu (➝p.108) SHOOTING MENU RESET NOISE REDUCTION The [SHOOTING MENU] can be reset to the factory Set...

  • Page 120: Two-Button Reset

    Two-Button Reset The camera settings easily can be restored to the Z The [SHOOTING MENU] options to be reset...

  • Page 121: Non-CPU Lenses

    Non-CPU Lenses By specifying lens data (lens focal length and maximum Specifying both the focal length and maximum aperture),...

  • Page 122: Specifying lens focal length

    Non-CPU Lenses Specifying lens focal length FOCAL LENGTH (mm) 15 The following lens focal lengths are available. 13 6,...

  • Page 123: Specifying maximum aperture

    Z Setting the lens focal length using the FUNC. Specifying maximum aperture button and main-command dial A Select [FV LOCK/LENS...

  • Page 124

    Non-CPU Lenses Z Setting the maximum aperture using the FUNC. • Set the focal length before setting the maximum...

  • Page 125

    Memo 125

  • Page 126: Setting the [PLAYBACK MENU]

    Using PLAYBACK MENU Use these menus to playback photographed images. Setting the [PLAYBACK MENU] A Press w to set...

  • Page 127: Erasing the images ( ERASE)

    PLAYBACK MENU Setting the menu (➝p.126) Erasing the images ( ERASE) Erasing all frames (ALL FRAMES) Use this mode...

  • Page 128: ( PRINT ORDER (DPOF))

    PLAYBACK MENU Setting the menu (➝p.126) DPOF set frame WITH DATE / WITHOUT DATE ( PRINT ORDER (DPOF)) Selecting...

  • Page 129

    Setting the menu (➝p.126) MEMO MEMO To cancel DPOF setting • When DPOF settings were specified on another A...

  • Page 130

    PLAYBACK MENU Setting the menu (➝p.126) RESET ALL To cancel all DPOF settings: RESET DPOF OK? YES CANCEL Select...

  • Page 131

    Setting the menu (➝p.126) Z u PRINT ORDER (DPOF) DPOF stands for Digital Print Order Format and refers to...

  • Page 132: Protecting the images ( PROTECT)

    PLAYBACK MENU Setting the menu (➝p.126) Protecting the images SET ALL ( PROTECT) SET ALL OK? Use this mode...

  • Page 133: ( SLIDE SHOW)

    Setting the menu (➝p.126) MEMO Setting automatic playback To stop the procedure midway ( SLIDE SHOW) Use this mode...

  • Page 134: ( LCD BRIGHTNESS)

    PLAYBACK MENU Setting the menu (➝p.126) Increasing monitor brightness Cropping the images ( LCD BRIGHTNESS) ( CROPPING) Use this...

  • Page 135

    Setting the menu (➝p.126) 2 Specify cropping part of an image. C Press n, o, p, or q to...

  • Page 136

    PLAYBACK MENU Setting the menu (➝p.126) CAUTION • The image cannot be cropped if: - The image was originally...

  • Page 137

    Memo 137

  • Page 138: Using the [SET UP] menu

    U SET UP Using the [SET UP] menu A Press n or o to select the item. 1 Open...

  • Page 139: List of [SET UP] menu options

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) List of [SET UP] menu options Setting Setting (Display) Description Page...

  • Page 140

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) ROTATE IMAGE Sets for displaying vertical images in...

  • Page 141

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) FOCUS AREA Specifies using the “wrap around” function when pressing the...

  • Page 142

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) FLASH/BKT 1/250*-1/60 Sets the flash sync speed in...

  • Page 143

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) BUTTON ASSIGNMENT Specifies the function performed by the AE-L/AF-L button. AE/AF...

  • Page 144

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) BUTTON AND DIAL DEFAULT* / HOLD Enables using...

  • Page 145

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) TIME DATE/TIME – Corrects the date or time. 36 TIME DIFFERENCE...

  • Page 146: SHOOTING

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) SHOOTING Z Manually enter a comment 1 Activate...

  • Page 147

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) 2 Enter a comment. BARCODE READER/GPS Store information from a barcode...

  • Page 148

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) • When the [BCR 1 SHOT] or [BCR...

  • Page 149

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) When the camera establishes communication with a GPS device, a icon...

  • Page 150: DISPLAY

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) DISPLAY GRID DISPLAY IMAGE DISPLAY Displays grid lines...

  • Page 151: ROTATE IMAGE

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) ROTATE IMAGE AUTO IMAGE ROTATION Photographs taken while [ON] (the default...

  • Page 152: HAF

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) HAF FOCUS AREA FRAME See p.57 for details....

  • Page 153

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) [P2: CLOSEST SUBJECT] AF LOCK-ON This option controls how autofocus adjusts...

  • Page 154: SEXPOSURE

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) AF AREA ILLUMINATION SEXPOSURE This option controls whether...

  • Page 155

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) [ISO AUTO CONTROL] [MIN.SHUTTER SPEED] To change the setting, select an...

  • Page 156

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) Z ISO auto control indicator EV CONTROL STEPS...

  • Page 157

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) EASY EXPOSURE COMP. CENTER-WEIGHT AREA This option controls whether the D...

  • Page 158: FLASH/BKT

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) FLASH/BKT C Press MENU/OK. FLASH SYNC SPEED This...

  • Page 159

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) FLASH Tv SPEED BUILT-IN FLASH This option determines the slowest shutter...

  • Page 160

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) Z Setting the manual flash mode Z Setting...

  • Page 161

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) [OUTPUT] Z Times Highlight flash output (expressed as fraction of full...

  • Page 162

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) Z Setting the commander mode [A GRP.] Choose...

  • Page 163

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) 1 Set the menu. 2 Shooting. A Compose shot and arrange...

  • Page 164

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) C Press flash pop-up button to raise built-in...

  • Page 165

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) MODELING FLASH AUTO BKT IN M EXP.MODE At the default setting...

  • Page 166: BUTTON ASSIGNMENT

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) AUTO BKT ORDER BUTTON ASSIGNMENT This option controls...

  • Page 167

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) CENTER BUTTON MULTI-SELECTOR This option determines what operations can be performed...

  • Page 168

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) [CENTER–WEIGHTED] FUNC. BUTTON Center-weighted metering activated while FUNC....

  • Page 169

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) These functions can be specified by the [SELECTED FUNCTION LOCK FUNCTION]...

  • Page 170

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) Z Making the Lock Setting Z Setting the...

  • Page 171

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) Z Setting the password FUNCTION SELECTION LOCK CHANGE PASSWORD FORMAT UNLOCK...

  • Page 172

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) MEMO COMMAND DIALS To change the password If...

  • Page 173

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) [CHANGE MAIN/SUB] [APERTURE SETTING] Exchanges functions of main and sub-command dials...

  • Page 174

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) [MENUS AND PLAYBACK] Controls functions performed by command...

  • Page 175: MISC.

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) MISC. AF-ON FOR MB-D200 This option controls the function assigned to...

  • Page 176: MAINTENANCE

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) [DPI SETTING] MAINTENANCE Sets the number of pixels...

  • Page 177: TIME

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) FIRMWARE VERSION TIME View the camera firmware version. DATE/TIME MAINTENANCE COUNTER...

  • Page 178

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) CHECK 2 Move to [TIME DIFFERENCE] screen. Available...

  • Page 179: USB MODE

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) SYSTEM USB MODE Before connecting the camera to a computer via...

  • Page 180: FRAME NO.

    U SET UP How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) CHECK FRAME NO. Frame number Use this function...

  • Page 181: SET-UP RESET

    How to use the SET UP menu (➝p.138) AUTO POWER SAVE BEEP When this function is active and the...

  • Page 182: Connecting to a TV

    Connecting to a TV For easier viewing, you can connect to a TV so the images can be displayed...

  • Page 183: Connecting to a printer

    Connecting Camera Directly to Printer — PictBridge Function When a printer that supports PictBridge is Connecting to a printer...

  • Page 184: DATE / PRINT WITHOUT DATE)

    Connecting Camera Directly to Printer — PictBridge Function B Connect the camera to a printer and turn the printer...

  • Page 185: (u PRINT DPOF)

    Printing with DPOF setting PRINT THESE FRAMES TOTAL : 9 SHEETS (u PRINT DPOF) PICTBRIDGE PRINT WITH DATE YES...

  • Page 186

    Connecting Camera Directly to Printer — PictBridge Function MEMO PRINT DPOF OK? TOTAL : 9 SHEETS PRINTING YES CANCEL...

  • Page 187

    CAUTION • In PictBridge function, images photographed anything other than a digital camera may not print properly. • The camera...

  • Page 188: Installation on a Windows PC

    Installation on a Windows PC Pre-installation checklist Z Hardware and software requirements To run this software, you must have...

  • Page 189

    Z Recommended system Operating System Windows XP CPU 2 GHz Pentium 4 or better recommended RAM 512 MB or better...

  • Page 190

    Installation on a Windows PC Do not connect the camera to your PC Installing other applications until the software...

  • Page 191: Installation on a Mac OS X

    Installation on a Mac OS X Pre-installation checklist Z Hardware and software requirements To run this software, you must...

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    Installation on a Mac OS X CAUTION 1 Turn your Macintosh on and start up Mac For more information...

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    9 The ImageMixer VCD2 LE for FinePix 13 Select “Other...” from “When a camera is installer automatically starts up and...

  • Page 194: Connecting to a PC

    Connecting to a PC By connecting the camera to a PC, your system can be C Select [ MTP(PTP)]...

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    • If the camera communicates with the PC successfully, CAUTION will be displayed in the control panel and viewfinder. •...

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    Connecting to a PC G Set a PC. Windows XP Windows 98 SE / Me / 2000 Professional /...

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    Disconnecting the camera 2 A Set the Power switch to OFF to turn the camera off. 1 Windows B Unplug...

  • Page 198: Using FinePixViewer

    Connecting to a PC Using FinePixViewer Uninstalling the software Only perform this operation when you no longer require Mastering...

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    E When the message appears, click the [OK] button. Check your selection carefully since the process cannot be canceled once...

  • Page 200: System Expansion Option

    System Expansion Option By using FinePix S5 Pro together with other optional accessories, your system can be expanded to...

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    Z Usable Nikon accessories Speedlights Nikkor lens** SB-800 Speedlight** SB-600 Speedlight** SU-800/SB-R200** Remote terminal accessories MC-36 Remote Cord** Studio flash***...

  • Page 202: Accessories Guide

    Accessories Guide Visit the FUJIFILM web site for the latest information on camera accessories. http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital/index.html Accessory availability may vary...

  • Page 203: Using Your Camera Correctly

    Using Your Camera Correctly Read this information and the “Safety Notes” (➝p.238), to Z When the Camera is Not...

  • Page 204: Cleaning the CCD

    Cleaning the CCD This camera is equipped with a CCD photosensitive Checking the condition of the element. This CCD...

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    E Hold the camera so that the sun shines on the CCD MEMO and check the surface for dust. To...

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    Cleaning the CCD B Check whether the dust has been removed from the C Moisten the bottom 5 mm...

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    E Wipe using the other side of the swab across the full width of the CCD from left to right...

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    Power Supply and Battery Notes on the Battery (NP-150) Z Charging the Battery • You can use the battery...

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    Notes on storage To make sure that you obtain optimum battery performance, observe the following: The rechargeable lithium-ion battery NP-150...

  • Page 210

    Power Supply and Battery AC Power Adapter Always use the AC power adapter AC-135VN with the camera. The use...

  • Page 211: Notes on the Memory Card

    Notes on the Memory Card Z Protecting Your Data Z Using CompactFlash • Images may be lost or destroyed...

  • Page 212: panel and viewfinder

    Warning Displays Warning messages displayed in the control panel and viewfinder Control panel Viewfinder Explanation Remedy Lens aperture ring...

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    Control panel Viewfinder Explanation Remedy Memory insufficient to record further • Reduce quality or size. photos at current settings, or...

  • Page 214: monitor

    Warning Displays Warning messages displayed in the LCD monitor Warning Displayed Explanation Remedy NO CARD Memory card is not...

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    Warning Displayed Explanation Remedy An attempt was made to erase a protected file. Protected files cannot be erased. Remove...

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    Warning Displays Warning Displayed Explanation Remedy Displayed for PictBridge. • See the user manual supplied with the printer and...

  • Page 217

    Memo 217

  • Page 218: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Z Getting ready Matters Problems Possible causes Solutions Page The battery has run out. Charge the battery or...

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    Z Shooting Matters Problems Possible causes Solutions Page The memory card is full. Insert a new memory card or erase...

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    Troubleshooting Matters Problems Possible causes Solutions Page The shutter button was pressed while the Wait until the charging is...

  • Page 221

    Z Playing back Matters Problems Possible causes Solutions Page The function Some frames may be protected. Unprotect frame(s). which erases...

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    Troubleshooting Matters Problems Possible causes Solutions Page The USB cable (mini-B) is not correctly Set up the camera, and...

  • Page 223: Specifications

    Specifications System Model Digital camera FinePix S5 Pro Effective pixels 12.34 million (S-pixel: 6.17 million, R-pixel: 6.17 million) pixels...

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    Specifications System White balance Automatic scene recognition, Fine, Flash, Shade, Fluorescent(1-5), Incandescent, Choose color TEMP., Preset custom(1-5) *Can be...

  • Page 225

    Input/Output Terminal Video output NTSC/PAL-type Digital interface USB 2.0 High-Speed, MTP/PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol) DC input socket AC Power Adapter...

  • Page 226

    Specifications Z Memory card capacity and image quality/size The following table shows the approximate number of pictures that can...

  • Page 227

    [D-RANGE] set to WIDE (other than [100%(STD)]) Image quality Image size File size No. of images Buffer capacity Minimum shooting...

  • Page 228: Explanation of Terms

    Explanation of Terms EV A number denotes Exposure Value. The EV is determined by the brightness of the subject...

  • Page 229

    Adobe RGB (1998) A color space introduced as the working color space for Adobe Photoshop 5.0. AdobeRGB encompasses almost all...

  • Page 230: Network

    FUJIFILM Digital Camera Worldwide Network If you have technical questions or if you need repair service, ask the following...

  • Page 231

    Ecuador Importaciones Espacri Cia. Ltda. Simón Bolivar 5-69 y Hno. Miguel - Cuenca Technical support & TEL +593 783 5526...

  • Page 232

    FUJIFILM Digital Camera Worldwide Network Cyprus Doros Neophytou 28B, Agiou Demetriou, Acropoli, Nicosia CAMERA REPAIRS TEL 35722314719 FAX 35722515562...

  • Page 233

    Malta Ciancio (1913) Co.Ltd. Fuji Tech Centre, Ciancio House, Cannon Road, Qormi, QRM05 Technical support & TEL 0356-21-480500 FAX 0356-21-488328...

  • Page 234

    FUJIFILM Digital Camera Worldwide Network Sweden Fujifilm Sverige AB Sveavägen 167 104 35 Stockholm Technical support TEL 46 8...

  • Page 235

    Syria Film Trading Company Al-Shahbandar P.O. Box:31180 Damascus SYRIA Technical support TEL + 963 11 2218049 FAX + 963 11...

  • Page 236

    FUJIFILM Digital Camera Worldwide Network Indonesia PT Modern Photo Tbk Jl.Matraman Raya 12, Jakarta Timur 13150 Technical support &...

  • Page 237

    Memo 237

  • Page 238: Safety Notes

    Safety Notes • Make sure that you use your S5 Pro camera correctly. Read these Safety Notes and your...

  • Page 239

    WARNING WARNING Do not change, heat or unduly twist or Do not heat, change or take apart the pull...

  • Page 240

    Safety Notes WARNING CAUTION When carrying the NP-150, install it in a Do not use this camera in locations...

  • Page 241

    CAUTION When you are cleaning the camera or you do not plan to use the camera for an extended...

  • Page 242

    Memo 242

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    Memo 243

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