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To change the aperture, pull the light value setting lever 26 slightly outwards and move kodaak to the required value on the aperture scale To do this turn the focusing knob until the appropriate distance on the telephoto scale is opposite T-index mark Divide this guide number by the distance; that gives you the aperture number to use.

Whenever possible grip the camera with both hands. To rewind the exposed film depress the reversing button 37 in the base of the camera and half pull out the rewind knob 20 to get at it more easily.

At the same time the rewind knob 20 should rotate against its arrow if the film is advancing properly. Repeat this until the film counter indicates No. In place of the standard lens removed, two alternative units can be inserted as required:.

With this method the diffusing screen 5b must always be fitted over the cell of the exposure meter irrespective of whether the cover is open or closed. If the shutter is not tensioned, you cannot press the button.


When you look correctly through the eyepiece of the finder, you will see a reflected line frame 34a. This eliminates difficult calculations and gives you the correct light value. This will help me to continue to host this site, buy new manuals, and pay their shipping costs. The table right shows the suitable shutter speeds and the required setting of the synchronizing lever for the different types of flash.

Kodak Retina IIIc

Depth of field To permit instant readings of the depth of field for any aperture and distance, a depth of field scale 15 is arranged symmetrically around the distance index 9. Before inserting the lens place it in position over the mount so that the red dot 18 on the lens rim is exactly opposite the red dot on the bayonet ring When not in use, the exposure meter incident light diffusing screen should be retained in the elastic strap which is provided in the cover of the ever ready case.

So try a few positions to find which suits you best. If you forget this setting, you may obtain incorrect light values and thus wrong exposures. The camera is now ready to shoot. For incident light readings the camera koda point ed from the subject towards the taking position.

This helps you to find the correct field of view and prevents faulty kodwk. The aperture to be used can be Obtained from the so called guide numbers which are included with each package of flash bulbs.


Kodak Retina IIIc user manual, free instruction manual

You will find small koxak on the focusing scales for the wide-angle lens at 10 feet and far the telephoto lens at 15 feet and at about 50 feet. This method is particularly suitable far determining the light value in against-the-light shots and snow subjects, as well as close-tips.

And when you have found your ideal hold, stick to it! This is especially important with color shots, as you cannot easily trim a color transparency.

Always let the direct light from the light source iiuc the screen. Now you can really take your first picture. Only then can you close the camera.

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The three settings are adjusted by means of the green synchronizing lever If you use Pay Pal, use the link below. This indicates that the lighting conditions are not suitable tar the aperture or speed mamual intended to use. To set the shutter speed, turn the shutter speed ring, until the required speed figure is opposite the shutter speed Index mark This method is suitable for all subjects without strong contrasts: