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POINTS THAT MATTER Lens aperture - Exposure - Distance Depth of Field .'
2!2i .. HOW F0 JJ -Utl J1 XU J2 Xb! liLHE Distance - Lens aperture - Exposure - Zone Focusing - Focusing for Infra-red· Ope~~~ing the Film Winding and Shutter Cocking Mechanism;-=-i~~;~~;~_~e;."~_
FOUR FEATURES OF IMPORTANCE Depth of Field Scale - Fully-synchronized Shutter for Flash Shots Film Release - Film Indicator
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Loading the Film - The Exposure Counter - Taking the Picture Removing the Film
WIDEN YOUR SCOPE WITH ACCESSORIES Close-up Range Finder - Sports Finder Table Tripod - KODABLITZ - Lens Hood - Filters ~
TO SUM UP - Film Changing THE CAMERA PARTS
Do not force And the buttons haw f. .the camera carefully smaller opens until of the you Then it click the Before closing make sure that then the focusyou <.THE <H aw ta. the is set camera to 00 FIRST Ca mera button the bed (1) -. (12) It IS now close the easily. con camera. Only it..nthe A the front.o Close. hear slight two pressure buttons draw into on the underneath down position. close Release closing will locked 4 ing scale the (3) (inf. it bed by simultaneously (2) on up each side The of pressing the front release In the two plate..) . shutter once camera is closed. Ope..
with one hand something Also try gripping the camera only in case you have to hold on to else with the other. on. Just try this a few times until you have got the knack of holding the camera want the camera correctly. pictures. in both hands. for you are sure to in almost any place and to use your in any weather. 5 . The "Retina" nestles right it> body is shaped firmly and finger safely resting The camera with your release index on the body shutter (12) on top of the body.ST E PS How to Hold for horizontal for your grip. Get used to holding even with gloves "Retina" too.
the light. is a region in front depth of field. So in the latter with its varying must keep the lens open for a longer time to get the same amount the film.POINTS Lens To produce a correct negative. The shutter on a dull Winter " the lens. On a sunny Summer given time than. photographic also controls sharpness 6 the necessary It acts rather supply of light.the less light can come through important function. It not only regulates on which it is focused. close it down. In other words. will regulate However. for instance. THAT Time· lens in a case we on speeds of light through Aperture' Exposure the open the film must receive a definite amount day more light will pass through afternoon. Another i of light acting it is not the only means of doing Iike a water tap contf'Ol is the lens aperture you open the lens. And the more you. How does it do so? only the subjects so that there . the so-called The lens stop has yet another The lens defines really sharply decreases gradually. so. term goes . passes or lens stop. the more Iig ht or stop it down . but This maximum of and behind it. we need more exposure.as the the wider in a given time.
:: within which the picture not noticeably unsharp. good You is the right choice of lens aperture speed and distance will soon find the combination Until then you can mostly manage provide ready-made to suit your own photography with the focusing depths of field for a near with a little practice.:...J:p:.c:. 7 .. For the whole shutter secret of a technically setting.:.. when the lens is focused 9 feet to about 00 with the for from For instance.= :0= ·.t::a~n. from about --------~------------------------------------·······f • •••••• :::::::~ IS ••••••• :.I I ••••••• ••••••• ••••••• •• 11 •••• ~ .. ••••••• ._. the depth 00 (inf..:. . This depth focusing of field increases distance.F..l:. :c: •••• as you stop down the lens and also increases at f/8..:d=_ the focused subject is the depth of field.:e::. ....::s. That region • • ••••• . the depth of field extends 25 feet to 50 feet: at f!5. 13 which region and a distant zones recommended and adequate of subjects.:h:..6 with the lens focused 50 feet.).. for 15 feet..o=_:f.. some (inf.). on p.::e:.:e:.E R ~~~ . .. At 50 feet the depth at fl4 extends These facts negative are worth thought.i..:...:t:.:.:i. is from 20 feet to '. -=D:._=D:..= i: M A T T.
you bright knob of Turn into r o nqefi nder. round it in the one. look through area IS the finder in brighter rectangular exactly 8 . images fuse focusing The (4) until then lens IS sharply focu sed. To me ke sure th at the view th ro ug h the ti nder corresponds to so that that of the the camero lens. tina' Its is fitted use IS TO your "Re- with simple the a combined enough. viewWhen and you rangefinder.H OW nder accurate. sight will area your see of the subject a double the two through image eyepiece the smaller (14).
For such cases special correcting to screw info the eyepiece (14) are available No correcting lenses are available for to order.3. This is the parallax for it'. astigmatism. tilt the camera upwards a little the release. If your eyesight when see the IS defective the and finder you you do not wear may not be and lenses spectacles able to using images sharply in the view- rcnqefinder.5-6 feet] you cannot avoid a slight image and the picture error.Foe the picture. With U. 9 .. To compensate before pressing discrepancy between the finder on the film.S middle of the field of view when taking the close-ups (.
Turn the focusing knob (4) to bring this index mark opposite the figure corresponding to the distance of your subject from the camera. Your "Retina" is now sharply focused. 10 The focusing scale (3) shows distances in feet 3. For near subjects (remember the shallow depth of field) measure the distance between the lens and subject as accurately as possible. and so on to 00 (100 feet or beyond) with their corresponding divisions. Subjects more than 100 feet away count as infinity (00). In other words.H <With the focusing ••• ow T0 scale I I nfra-red Shots The depth of field scale carries a small red dot between the index mark and the figure 2 and 4 You use this dot in place of the black index mark when exposing infra-red film. For infra-rea shots you must use a suitable infra-red filter in front of the lens. Opposite this scale. 4. or pace it (one average pace is about 2. in the centre of the depth of field scale (11) you will find a heavy black line with a triangle at its end. For more distant subjects you may estimate the distance. turn the focusing knob to bring the red dot opposite the figure for your subject distance. The numbers are white an black to make them more easily readable.5--3 feet).5. .
provided the lighting conditions remain the same.. And now the Lens Aperture. The lower part of the shutter casing carries a scale with the figures 2. never attempt to screw the lens apart. Above all. The aperture numbers In between are so orranged that the I[ght the lens lets through is halved as you go from each number to the next higher one. If you wont clear a d sharp pictures. To set the lens aperture simply push the lever (5) to the required number. The lowest number (2) marks the largest lens ?perture.8. Do take care of It.16) the smallest aperture. long when you stop down from one aperture number to the next. saft. you must expose twice as. In all these cases the film will still receive the same amount of light. your lens must be clean. 8. Your "Retina" is fitted with a six-element "Retina"·Xenon or Heligon of fl2 maximum lens aperture and a focal lenrth of 50 mm. It for instance the exposure time at f/5.6 is I /100 second. Wait until this disappears rather than try to wipe it off. other things being equol. or l/!5 second at fIll. The best material for cleaning it is a clean. 2. 11 and 16. you wou Id need ~fr.6. . lintless cloth. e. This may easily lead to lack of sharpness and loss of quality in your negatives. 5. and the highest number (i.o second at f/8. This lens is h or d-coot ed (you can recognise that by its bluis -violet sheen to eliminate internal reflections and is specially corrected for colour photography: T e lens is the eye of your camera.Foe US The Lens Aperture First a few words about the lens itself. Sudden changes of temperature may condense moisture on [he lens surface. 4. This means that.
l/"t. 1/1t.. 5 means 1/. l/U' and l/fAltsecond.1/1. use a tripod or other firm support for exposures longer than II!. since for technicol reasons it is. The cable release screws into the thread of the body shutter release (12). 1/1$. although it will not harm the camera.osure Time The shutter of your "Retina" is a Synchro-Compur and offers exposure times (shutter speeds) of 1. Thus 2 means 1/=. easier to do so. you can get the correct exposure from an electric exposure meter. You will find these values engraved as whole numbers on the upper part of the shutter casing. 1/11. In addition you will also find the letter WSO for exposures of unlimited duration. The tripod head screws into the socket (20) underneath the camera. simply turn the milled shutter speed ri ng (6) until the dot in the cut-out is opposite the desired time. second. But set 11M. second after cocking requires a little additional effort. 12 . A further. second preferably before cocking. To set lIs.1/1. Alternatively. To avoid blurred pictures. You can adiust the shutter speeds before or after cocking the shutter. To let the exposure time. You will find an exposure guide at the end of this booklet. qu ite inexpensive accessory for making time exposures free of camera shake is the cable release with locking screw. and so on.
This gives a depth of field (zone of sharpness) from about 12 feet to co (inf. You will need a little experience to get this right every time. you often have to shoot without spending much time on working out the ideal combination (as in sports and action shots.). Near Subjects Set the focusing scale to the small circle between Band 10 feet. Use lens aperture fiB. Moreover. The "Retina" solves this problem for you with its settings for near and distant focusing zones.lone Focusing We mentioned before that a technically good negative depends on the skilled combination of distance setting.) if you do not wont to miss the picture oltogether. Distant Subjects Set the focusing scale to the small circle near 25 feet. This gives a depth of field (zone of sharpness) from about 7 to 15 feet. exposure time and lens aperture. . Use lens aperture fIB. Remember to set the focusing scale to co (inf. photographing children and animals etc.) before you close the camera.
the film. as for as This at and Pull it out in one movement. movement the same If the didn't and shutter it fly back. time winds does lever not fly back. 5) your .Operating When aperture doesn't it will the Film Winding set the distance. to hold If the described p. go. is ready now how on The winder until film will stay put in any position Now the camera you 14 know (as by camera to shoot. shutter are fully wound. then cocks shutter (the order winder. you pull it out completely. speed work the rapid let the lens you have and matter).
the refree of finder. the picture.and Shutter Cocking Mechanism in the right release (12) index finger will be resting place-on Compose range and the body the picture gently shutter in the view and press the release. how smoothly pictures works. making ·S·) the time You will lease camera When set to release. you have taken notice shake. ensuring exposures remains release (shutter open shutter as long as you press the body shutter Use a cable for time 15 . exposures.
then at f/8 the range the two lines marked 8 on the scale represents the depth the one 8-line will be in the middle between 8 and 10. scale In our is focused for 15 feet. your on the focusing of field. 4. of distances If. for instance. On it you can quickly read off the depth of field for any subject "Retina" between example distance and lens aperture. etc.FOUR ~. of the lens scale ring. This is the depth of field scale (11). 5. and the other opposite scale. FEATURES of Field Scale OF IMPORTANCE The Depth You will have noticed aperture on your "Retina· opposite that the numbers 2. This means that with the lens focused of field extends from about for 15 feet and set to 50 on the focusing lens aperture f/8 your depth 9 to 50 feet.6. 17 . to the left and scale are repeated the black focusing right of the index mark.
the plug of which is plugged socket (10) of the shutter. unit and The electrical the to the tripod connect ion bush ~20) of the between the flash of a Synchro-Compur shutter consists 1 1 flash cable. and the flash socket (10). into the flash 18 . The external distinguishing features of the shutter are the green synchronizing lever (8. The "KODABLITT (see page 33) is fixed camera.InIchronized The Synchro-Compur synchronized. details. with With shutter of your pages you can Shutter "Retina" is fully further shots at The following this shutter will make give flash the "KODABLlTZ" or an electronic flash unit 011 shutter speeds in ius! the same way as a press photographer. for the "X" and "M" settings (9).
I ( We defin)tely advise you against fixing a flash as gun in the accessory ory clip accessones. You can look up the required the tables enclosed tronic page suitable flash. refer to our table 20 which shows what I for which of the ·X· and MMM settings with various types of flash bulbs and electronic . exposure data and speeds in on are with flash bulbs shutter elec- f Also. 19 flash outfits. to take this type of unit is far too heavy for the accessis designed precision I IA Good speed Flash Shot the right lens aperture and and speed depends shutter on choosing > for the flash distance of the film used. which clip (21) of the "Refine".
prepares it for the flash With electronic delay. . the synchronizing simply push mark lever of the appropriate as for as it will go. flash units which usually have no firing the flash takes place simultan- eously with the release of the shutter (synchronizing lever set to "X").. 20 .To set your shutter to "X" or "M". since cocking the shutter automatically exposure. This is the only setting required. The process is different used by amateurs. ignites an explosive with flash bulbs as mainly current first and Here the battery paste within the bulb.
polished flash into gun than shiny surfaces pictures etc. background glass.) mirrors. There of IS thus release of the In- a cer t o rn delay of the shutter The between and .the moment brightness flash. bulbs rather are hot. Synchro-Compur a mechanism shutter which lever therefore o ilows for corporates firing delay this [synchronizing set to "M") Just three 1. might (windhighly the elector on 2. Never risk more points: In places where there is any use flash of explosion. furniture. The fired the flash 3. so use the your in the hands'. the behind which reflect lens. Avoid ows. 21 .this In turn fires the actual the peak flash.
xg) ~ en X CIl C W OJ~ L.. a..'0 C 0 CD~ s 0 ~ I ~ I ~ u c VI ~~~ 22 >- * With small bayonet cap (SoC.a .II . -.OJ t: G)".'" .~ c ~ :l OJ E '" e . a No.SUITABLE Closs F SHUTTER .2 t: > V'l >- ~ C a. Q. g c ..en XQlC QI t: (3 Not suitable for M-synchronization :8 1/ro_1/500 l/ro_1!too 1/25 _1/.: U ICIl SPEEDS (SECONDS) 5 .E >C w ..'0 " '" c Ql 0:: 0 ~ t: :lC ~ 1 _1/ro 1 _1/25 ..r::..E ~ t: ~ ...i: -". I- a. ..L.. . "'C~. Q) Q) > ..c. 11 t Press 50 No.._ -= ~ QIQI :....: V'l >- .a ~ til :) III ~ U CIl W - U ICIl I-:l . > C t: .._ ._ en . en W. o=..)... C 0 Ql c "'0- ._ . 0 0 Q) ell Q) .S! t: C -'" CIl C ~ C u: D ~ 00~~ >V'l cw u c . 00~~ ~w~Vi ~u co. 0 .c -OJ ~o C t: C .. >- SM* PF 14* SF* PF 25*t PF 60t Press 25~t No. . .:: C N • Cco. E! ~ C-'?: QlCIl t:'" C V'l >- > .0 Q) III .c . .. C :l.s: c....2 PF 100+ No.=: M U U:l Ix ~ C C F (1) en ~ a. .r=. t Also available tinted for colour film exposures ..r::.: II') VI QI .... 1 _1/25 1 _l/tO ..c -OJ ~ - ti w t-:o -'" ':l C.22t No.3 u ..50 No.c uwte+:: "0 .r::._ o.! ] to! ...5*t Press 40t No.
and your film is finished. and turn the inner radial ring until the index mark points to the type of film in the camera. It is used when p. changing partly exposed films (see In addition. 23 .' there is a small button (13) of great importance. pressure on the button does not release the winder. by simply depressing this button. you can rectify any jamming' which may lock the mechanism of the rapid winder. The Film Indicatov To remind you of what type of film you have in your camera.3.1. this automatically tells you that the exposure counter has reached No. The Film Release> On top of the camera. without losing a frame or risking double exposures. In that case proceed as described on p . [ 4. however. next to the shutter release. If. Hold the rewind knob with two fingers. the top of the rewind knob (17) carries a film indicator (18) with data on all generally available film types.38. 26.
r: 24 j . Open the back of your camera by lifting the lock for camera back (19) and draw out the rewind knob (17) to its fullest extent. Then turn the built-in take-up spool towards the back of the camera until the slot in the spool is at the top. -.SET <Loading .. Thread the trimmed end of the film protruding from its cassette into this slot as for as possible.~.... Close the back and lock it by folding down the lock (19).... at the same time turning it in the direction of the arrow. getting just enough film out of the cassette to allow you to insert the latter in the empty film chamber. Make sure that a tooth of the transport sprocket engages in a perforation hole of the film. Pull the film over the film-guides. This way of loading the film has proved to be the .. TING the Film I for Now that you know all the steps and controls working with your "Retina" let us put in a film. Now push the rewind knob (17) fully back into the camera body..
. 1 ·····1 . ~~ •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• • ••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• ••••• .. 38)..TO W 0 RK should you want to change a partly exposed simplest and also the most suitable film (p.... 25 •••••• •••••• •••••• ~ •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• ~ . ...
proceed as follows: After you have loaded the film..the film release button (13) each time) until the exposure counter points to No. of course. If the rewind knob turns in the direction opposite to the engraved arrow. -l! ~ 26 . 36 or 20 respectively. Once the exposure counter indicates one of these two numbers. next to the figure 36 points to the triangular mark[\. This is the exposure counter (15) which shows you how many frames on your film are still unexposed. or you will lose on exposure.<The' Exposu re Co unter The rapid winder (7) incorporates a window in which you can see numbers and markings engraved white on black. To set the ex posu re cou nter. you can be sure that the film is correctly loaded and advanced. set the diamond mark ()next to the figure 20 to the triangle /'>. release any more. do not.with the camero closed . When using 20-exposure cartridges. turn the milled ring (15) in the direction of the arrow until the diamond mark (. Now advance the film several times with the rapid winder (pressing the shutter release or .
•••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• • ••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• • ••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• • ••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• 2) When the exposure exposure. pull the film end out of the cassette.~----.1.. the rapid counter winder reaches No.. . and shutter Thus the camera you cannot reminds you that you have finished your film. exposure counter mechanism has the following practical advantages: 1} By shooting Experience fogged three blank exposures you are sure of a perfect first picture. You unlock •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• • ••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• r: accidentally again the mechanism of the arrow. In addition. I I J Your camera This ingenious is now ready for the first exposure. - _--- 27 . get i~ has shown that the very beginning of the film may easily by light leaking into the mouth of the cassette....... and you have thus made the last release are automatically locked. when you turn the milled ring (15) in the direction .
28 . length of the film is now wound back into the of the clutch knob more clearly. You can then easily take out the cassette.Removing When you have exposed the whole th"e Film> film and the ex- IJ II ! posure counter underneath shows No" 1. press in the clutch knob (16) Pull out the rewind easier rewinding. a black dot. to its first stop to allow it until the clutch knob (16) ceases to turn. To show the rotation it carries The whole its cassette. All you have to do now is to open back of the camera and fully pull out the rewind knob. knob (17) and turn I~ I II I the camera.
. . ... .... • ••• 1 •••••• . upsetting the film transport.. · ... the film in direct packing. • •••• • Do not load or remove the exposed Please case contains responding The proper of course... rewrap of your ever ready corOtherwise the clutch IIa does •••••• " • ••••• •••••• •••••• •••••• · ···1 · •••• . 1 •••••• 1 ' 1 •••••• ...... case for the "Retinc" allow for that.... . " · . ......... ever-ready make sure that the bottom If possible.. • ••••• • ••••• ....... · · ... . ·.. ... · · . .. film in its original a large enough to the clutch knob........ 29 ... or you may fog the first few exposures. 1 hole in a position •••••• 11 ••••• •••••• knob may be pressed in.. · .. .. . sunlight....
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to a fitted scale.ACCESSORIES The )Retina« This important fast-moving the camera. still on the can be folded up while When not in use. Its position on the camera parallax autowhile matically the vertical eliminates parallax aperture any lateral is compensated according by moving the viewing The finder camera. Sports Finder> very accessory for photographing subjects fits into the accessory clip of With it you can sight and follow your subject in full size before it enters the actual field of view. it is kept In a leather 31 . case.
versatile and TabJe_ Tl'lpodl piece of equipment with the to closeis a simplify This and work universal up-focusing useful research conveniently Interesting of three the table aid attachment to amateur the tripod alike scientist professional and turn the The can worker.5. With the table camera. to make which up to a scale the the reproduction field of whole "Retina" macro-photography. and tasks.The»Retinil_«_ practical widen the scope and of. Thus tripod combined and becomes a close-up copying 32 . pictures opens up in connection supplementary "Retina" of 0. cemented tripod of engineer successfully When high enables used quality the it to particularly wj t h a set lenses.
and extremely versatile flash gun can be fixed ta yaur "Retina" in a mament. With it yau can even take shats at the fastest shutter speeds in tatal darkness.~IT~h~e~I~)K~O~D~A~B~. Suitable for all flash bulbs with bayonet cap (S.c'c' or A. light·weight. The "KODABlITZ" can be used with a capacitar unit.q. It is fully pratected against short-circuits.L~IT~Z~<~( This handy.S. ~ 33 .C. Further advantages of this excellent unit are very light weight and an ejector mechanism for used bulbs.
mounts and are marked 34 . medium orange. effects green. or for special yellow. It can also be used lenses or supplementary supplementary lens plus filter. blue. The "Retina" lens hood can be attached to the lens even with together a filter with screwed on. They are fitted with F 1/32 to F VII/32 UV.<>KOdak« ma kes shots attract Lens ive ago Hood i nst-the-Iiq gain in ht pictures safe. red or as ultra-violet screw-in protective filter. use the No exposure should be made without it. <»Kodak«-FilterS for are correct available tone in reproduction pale yellow. when But you also brilliance really by side-light lens hood.
Set distance. thus cocking the shutter and advancing the film. Compose the picture in the view . Fundamentally there are only three things to take a picture.and range finder and release t:1e shutter. In fact photography is much simpler than it o e looks to the beginner.\ Wind the rapid winder. ® \V (..TO SUM UP It may be that all these technical data will strike you at first as a little confusing. Remember the focusing zones. . lens aperture and shutter speed.
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Count off a number of perforations from the film end .j_iiiii _ iiliiiiiil_~iliiiiiil _ •• fIii••••• . for instance up to No...and mark this perforation hole with a nick in the edge of the film.5. The method is really much simpler to carry out than to describe. The camera is now ready to shoot again. 38 . Open the camera. 36 for a 36-exposure cartridge...24). and wind the rapid winder until the exposure counter shows No.~ r~ ~. depress the film release button. or the one next to 20 for a 20-exposure cartridge such as Kodcchrome"}. Push in the film so far that the marked perforation hole engages in a tooth of the transport sprocket. . N . _ !II!!*-- ~g __ ~·Ii·i.. Make sure that the film rides properly in the path provided for it. and if you make a habit of loading in this way from the outset. 20 respectively. If the film was already partly exposed. g. Turn the built-in take-up spool against its normal winding direction until you can insert the film end into the slot..·iiliii.say 8. Now proceed as described under "Loodinq the Film" (p.IFilm Changing Made Easy I You may want to change from one partly exposed film to another (e. To avoid losing any exposures. Press the shutter release. Set the exposure counter to the appropriate 0 mark (the one next to No. you will never have any difficulties in changing partly exposed films... note these few additional points when loading the film. Continue winding on the film until the required picture number (the next unexposed frame) appears on the exposure counter.. . and wind the rapid winder. from blackand white to colour).. 36 or No. pulling just enough film out of the cassette so that you can insert the latter in the empty film chamber. You can then advance the film with the rapid winder without having to press the shutter release..
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