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DESCRIPTION OF PARTS,1 Film Rewind,Knob Back Cover Lock. Release Knob,2 Film Rewind Crank,3 Film Speed Dial. ASA Exposure,Compensation Dial,4 Film Speed Lock Button. 5 Flash Ready Signal,6 Hot Shoe Flash,Contact4www butkus org. 7 Shutter Speed Index,8 Shutter Speed Dial,9 Automatic Exposure.
Lock Button,10 Cable Release Socket,11 Shutter Release. Button 16 Neck Strap Eyelet,12 Shutter ON OFF 17 Self timer Lever. Index Mark,18 Depth of Field Preview Button,13 Film Advance Lever. 19 Lens Release Lever,14 Battery Check Ring,15 Exposure Counter. 20 Lens Locator Node,21 Focusing Ring,22 Distance,Scale4www butkus org.
23 Depth of Field Scale,24 F Stop Ring,25 Aperture Relay Port. 26 Sprocket Teeth,27 Multi exposure Button,28 Multi exposure Lock. 29 Viewfinder Eyepiece,Blind Lever,30 Viewfinder Eyepiece. update I have been,told a Olympus or Pentax,eyecup and other. accessories will work on,XR cameras,31 Flash LED 41 Winder Coupler.
32 Film Rail 42 Positioning Hole,33 X Flash Terminal 45 Film Pressure Plate. 34 Film Rewind Shaft 43 Film Take up spool,35 Film Chamber 44 Back Cover. 36 Battery Compartment 46 Microprism image Band,47 Split image Spot. 37 Tripod Socket,48 Exposure Meter Needle,38 Winder Contacts. 49 Shutter Speed Indicator,39 Shutter Release,Connection.
50 Battery Power Check Zone,40 Film Rewind Release. 51 Aperture Readout Window, We are most gratified that you have selected the XR 2s which we are sure will give you many delightful years. of picture taking pleasure, The XR 2s is a 35 mm fully automatic electronically controlled exposure system aperture priority SLR. camera which assures you of superb optics and outstanding mechanical performance and reliability and which. will justify your choice for years to come,Before Using Your XR 2s. Please read this instruction booklet carefully and familiarize yourself with the equipment and its features. thoroughly Your pleasure in using your XR 2s will be greater if you know your camera properly. If you press a shutter release button without batteries in the camera a mirror will stay up. Therefore please do not forget to insert batteries into the camera first. BATTERY LOADING, The built in through the lens CdS exposure metering system of your XR 2s operates on power activated by two.
1 5V LR 44 alkaline batteries which are supplied together with your camera. 1 Remove Battery,Compartment Cover 36 by,unscrewing it counterclockwise. with a coin Fig 1,2 Place the two batteries into,the compartment with the plus. side down as illustrated in,the battery holder of Battery. Compartment Cover 36 Fig,2 Make sure that the batteries. are correctly placed If,incorrectly placed Exposure.
Meter Needle 48 in the,viewfinder will not move at all. 3 Replace Battery Compartment Cover 36 by screwing it clockwise until it stops but do not force 4www butku s org. Tips for Better Results, If the shutter release button is pressed when there are no batteries or they are worn out the mirror will. stay up and the shutter cannot be released To put the mirror back to its proper position turn the shutter. speed dial to X or B and be sure to insert new batteries immediately If you wish to take pictures. without using batteries use X 1 90 sec or B, Before loading wipe off the surfaces of the batteries with a clean and dry cloth to ensure they are free. of fingerprints or stains, When your camera is not used for a long period remove the batteries and keep them in a cool dry. The batteries will last for about half a year in normal use. The batteries may explode if disposed of in fire,BATTERY CHECK.
Check the power of the silver oxide batteries after loading them. 1 Turn Battery Check Ring 14,clockwise until it stops Fig 3. 2 If Exposure Meter Needle 48 in the,viewfinder swings into Battery Power. Check Zone 50 the batteries have,sufficient power Fig 4. 3 If Exposure Meter Needle 48 does not move or stays below Battery Power Check Zone 50 the. batteries must be replaced For replacement use two new Mallory MS76 Eveready S76 or equivalent. Tips for Better Results, Do not turn Battery Check Ring 14 often in order to avoid unnecessary consumption of the. 4www bu t kus org,FILM LOADING, Your XR 2s is designed to accept any standard 35 mm color or black and white film roll in cartridge.
12 20 24 or 36 exposures,1 First of all press Shutter. Release Button 11 to see that,the shutter has been released. Refer to METER SHUTTER,ON OFF CONTROL,2 Pull up Film Rewind Knob 1. until Back Cover 44 snaps open,Fig 5 Then pull it out all the. way to allow for insertion of the,film cartridge, 3 Swing open Back Cover 44 and place a film cartridge into Film Chamber 35 Fig 6.
4 Push down Film Rewind Knob 1 to its,original position by turning Film Rewind. Crank 2 clockwise or counterclockwise so,that Film Rewind Shah 34 engages the film. cartridge and that the film cartridge is seated,in place Fig 7. 5 Draw the film leader across the camera,back and insert it into one of the slits of Film. Take up Spool 43 Fig 8 To bring the slit,into a convenient position rotate Film Take.
up Spoof 43 in the direction of arrow with,your finger. 6 Rotate Film Take up Spool 43 by,advancing Film Advance Lever 13. to take up any slack in the film and,check to see that the film tip is firmly. hooked onto Film Take up Spool 43,Fig 9 and that sprocket holes on the. film are fully engaged on Sprocket,Teeth 26 Fig 10.
7 Close and press Back Cover 44 firmly until it snaps shut. 8 Advance Film Advance Lever 13,two or three times after depressing. Shutter Release Button 11 each time,until the number 1 is opposite the. index line in Exposure Counter 15,Fig 11 because the first portions of. the film can not be used for picture,taking as they have already been. exposed to light and two or three,blank exposures should be made.
before taking your first picture Now it,is ready for your first picture. Tips for Better Results, Always load your camera in the shade or in a poorly lit place never in direct sunlight or other bright. As you advance the Film Advance Lever 13 the Film Rewind Knob 1 will simultaneously rotate. counterclockwise indicating that the film is advancing properly. When making blank exposures with Shutter Speed Dial 8 set at AUTO set F Stop Ring 24 to the. smallest f stop the largest lens opening so that you can make next blank exposure quickly otherwise a. slower shutter speed will be result which could be an annoyance. SETTING FILM SPEED, Each type of film color or black and white has its own sensitivity to light This sensitivity is assigned by a. numerical value described as an ASA rating U S A Standard or a DIN rating Europe and most other. countries In most cases both ASA and DIN ratings are imprinted on the film package as well as the data sheet. packed with the film and the film cartridge itself The higher the film speed rating the more sensitive the film is. to light that is less light is required for a proper exposure The film speed therefore is an important element in. insuring that the through the lens metering system of your camera determines the correct shutter speed and f. stop combinations for a given lighting situation,1 Depress Film Speed Lock Button 4. Fig 12 and rotate Film Speed Dial 3,until the ASA number of your film is.
exactly opposite the index line and click,stops For example if the film is ASA. 100 make the correct setting at 100,2 Take your finger off Film Speed Lock. Button 4 to lock the film speed setting,in the camera. Tips for Better Results, Each time a film with a new film speed rating is loaded in you camera the film speed must be set to. assure accurately expose photographs, The scale represents the relation between ASA and DIN number is illustrated on the inside of Back.
Cover 44 4www b ut ku s org,METER SHUTTER ON OFF CONTROL. Film Advance Lever 13 controls shutter release LOCK UNLOCK to protect your camera from accidental. shutter release when not taking pictures and Shutter Release Button 11 controls exposure meter. ON OFF to avoid unnecessary depletion of the batteries. 1 When Film Advance Lever 13 is,moved to ON position Fig 15. Shutter Release Button 11 is,2 When Shutter Release Button 11 is. pressed half way down the electric,circuit is switched on and Exposure. Meter Needle 48 in the viewfinder,starts to move,Tips for Better Results.
Whenever picture taking is completed be sure to move Film Advance Lever 13 to OFF position. To prevent unnecessary consumption of the batteries do not press Shutter Release Button 11 often. The Film Advance Lever can be set at two angles in click stage positions Choose the one suitable for. your own shooting style,SETTING SHUTTER SPEED DIAL. The shutter controls the length of time the light is allowed to strike the film The speed at which the shutter. opens and closes is measured by the numbers on Shutter Speed Dial 8 In automatic exposure operation. correct shutter speed is set automatically, Simply turn Shutter Speed Dial 8 until the desired shutter speed is set opposite Shutter Speed Index Line 7. 1 AUTO stands for AUTOMATIC Setting the dial at AUTO makes the camera ready for. automatic exposure control, 2 The numbers 1000 500 etc to 2 stand for 1 1000 sec 1 500 sec etc to 1 2 sec. 3 The numbers 1 2 4 stand for 1 sec 2 sec and 4 sec 4www bu t kus org. 4 This button locks the dial at AUTO setting When you move the dial off AUTO press the button. and rotate the dial, 5 X stands for mechanical shutter for the speed of 1 90 sec This setting is used when the. batteries have not sufficient power or taking picture without batteries Flash photography is also. possible at this setting, 6 B stands for Bulb The B setting is used for long night exposure using street lights or.
electric signs as a light source or under poor lighting conditions when flash can not be used. When set at B the shutter will remain open as long as Shutter Release Button 11 is depressed. preferably by a cable release,Tips for Better Results. Do not set Shutter Speed Dial 8 between marked speeds but at a click stop in. accordance with indicated speeds only, Shutter Speed Dial 8 does not revolve between AUTO and B. When Shutter Speed Dial 8 is set at B or X set the desired f stop and expose. manually because metering with the built in exposure meter is not possible. When making extremely long time exposure at B setting remove the batteries to. avoid unnecessary consumption of the batteries,SETTING APERTURE. The lens opening determines the amount of light entering the lens and exposing the film The smaller the f stop. f 2 0 f 2 8 etc the wider the lens opening and the greater the amount of light entering the lens The larger the. f stop f 16 f 11 etc the smaller the lens opening and the smaller the amount of light entering the lens As the. lens opening is moved from F 16 to f 11 the amount of light entering the lens is doubled As the lens opening is. moved from f 2 0 to f 2 8 the amount of entering light is cut in half Fig 17. Tips for Better Results,Rotate F Stop Ring 24 until the. desired f stop is opposite the aperture,index line Fig 18 Click stops are.
provided to prevent accidental,movement from the setting made. If necessary you may set F Stop Ring 24 between two f stops. CORRECT EXPOSURE,Automatic Exposure, Your XR 2s has a built in through the lens full aperture CdS exposure meter coupled to aperture priority. automatic exposure control system which selects and sets correct shutter speed automatically for correct. Set the camera to AUTO,1 Turn Shutter Speed Dial,8 until the AUTO is set. opposite Shutter Speed Index,Line 7 Fig 19 Shutter. Speed Indicator 49 in the,viewfinder indicates A,showing that the camera is.
set for automatic exposure,control Fig 20,Preselect the aperture. 2 Preselect the desired aperture by rotating F Stop Ring 24 Fstop is visible through Aperture Readout. Window 51 For preselecting the aperture refer to the following rough guide when using ASA 100. Outdoors in bright sunlight f 8 0 f 16,Cloudy weather or in shade f 2 8 f 5 6. Indoors f 1 4 f 4 0,Exposure checking,3 After moving Film Advance Lever. 13 to ON position press Shutter,Release Button 11 lightly half way. down until the Exposure Meter,Needle 48 begins to move The.
Exposure Meter Needle 48 in the,viewfinder indicates the shutter. speed you will be shooting at,1000 is 1 1000 sec 125 is. 1 125 sec 4 is 1 4 sec 1 is one,full second and 2 is 2 seconds If. the needle goes above 1000 Fig,21 close down the aperture until the. needle moves below 1000 If the,needle goes below B X Fig 22.
open up the aperture until the needle,moves above B X. Tips for Better Results, At slow speeds below 1 30 sec use a tripod or other firm support to prevent camera movement and. blurred pictures In shooting with a telephoto lens be careful to minimize the camera shake especially. When using telephoto lenses a good rule of thumb is use a shutter speed faster than 1 focal length of. the lens For example with a 135 mm lens use a shutter speed faster than 1 125 sec Otherwise a. tripod is suggested, Coupling range of the exposure control for ASA 100 film is from 2 sec at f 1 4 to 1 1000 sec at f 11. 5lfrk 5 v 7klv fdphud pdqxdo oleudu lv iru uhihuhqfh dqg klvwrulfdo sxusrvhv doo uljkwv uhvhuyhg 7klv sdjh lv frsuljkw e 0 xwnxv 1

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