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*L753 2915*
Feature: Page List
2 New
To page through pictures in the 20- and 81-frame views (page
31) and date list, press the DISP. button. A list of pages will be
displayed.
New Features and Options for the GR DIGITAL III
Thank you for your purchase of a GR DIGITAL III. This document details new features and options for the GR DIGITAL III not described
in the supplied GR DIGITAL III Camera User Guide. Page numbers refer to the GR DIGITAL III Camera User Guide.
Feature: Date List
1 New
To view a list grouping pictures by date,
DISP. button
hold C/D to zoom in on the center of the display (page
60). The zoom ratio can now be selected from 2 : 1 and 4 : 1
using a Magnification Ratio (MF) option newly added to the
shooting menu (page 54).
Focus Option: Subject Tracking AF
7 New
A Subj. Tracking option is now available for Focus (page 59)
Thumbnail list
Page list
To page through pictures in 20- and 81-frame views, press !,
", #, or $, press the ADJ. lever left or right, or rotate the updown dial. In date-list view, press ! or " or use the up-down
dial to scroll through pictures a page at a time and press # or
$ or press the ADJ. lever left or right to scroll through pictures
by date. To view a picture full frame, press the DISP. button to
return to the thumbnail list, highlight the desired picture, and
press the ADJ. lever in or press the 8 button once (20-frame
view), twice (81-frame view), or three times (date list).
press 9 in the 81-frame view (page 31).
Pictures taken in the last seven days
are identified both by date and by the
number of days since the pictures were
taken.
Feature: Magnification Ratio (MF)
6 New
When MF is selected for Focus (page 59), you can press and
in 5, P, S, A, and M modes or when Cross Process is selected in
scene mode. When you press the shutter-release button halfway, the camera will focus on the subject in the focus frame
at the center of the monitor and a green target icon will be
displayed (the target icon will blink red if the camera is unable
to locate a subject to track). The camera will track the subject
while the shutter-release button is pressed halfway (if the subject leaves the frame, the target icon will blink red and tracking
will end). Tracking ends automatically when you remove your
finger from the shutter-release button or a picture is taken.
(page 112), and “Edit My Settings” (page 117) menus.
8
Scene: High-Contrast Black-and-White ( )
4 New
High Contrast B&W has been added to the options available in
Scene: Cross Process ( )
5 New
Cross Process has been added to the options available in
scene mode (page 46). Select this item to shoot grainy blackand-white images—similar to those produced by highly sensitive film or high gain film processing—with higher contrast
than that produced by standard black-and-white (page 66).
scene mode (page 46). Select this item to shoot photographs
with colors that differ markedly from those of the actual subject. The colors can be selected using the Hue option in the
shooting menu.
The following shooting menu options are available when High
Contrast B&W is selected:
The following shooting menu options are available when Cross
Process is selected:
Default
Page
MAX
— Flash Exposure Compensation
0.0
72
Hue
Vignetting
Off
— Manual Flash Amount
1/2
73
Contrast
Off
49 Flash Synchro Settings
1st Curtain
73
Vignetting
—
75
Plus Normal Shooting
Off
76
Picture Quality/Size
Plus Normal Shooting
Picture Quality/Size
Focus
Snap Focus Distance
Full Press Snap
Pre-AF
Exposure Metering
Default
Page
Option
N3648 (10M) 57 Interval Shooting
Multi AF
2.5 m
59 Date Imprint
Option
Default
Default
Page
— Flash Exposure Compensation
0.0
72
— Manual Flash Amount
1/2
73
Off
— Flash Synchro Settings
1st Curtain
73
Off
49 Interval Shooting
—
75
Off
76
0.0
77
Basic
Normal
Page
Option
N3648 (10M) 57 Date Imprint
Multi AF
64 Exposure Compensation
0.0
77
Focus
On
64 ISO Setting
Auto
84
Snap Focus Distance
Off
65 Magnification Ratio (MF)
2:1
—
Full Press Snap
On
64 White Balance Compensation
A: 0; G: 0
82
Pre-AF
Off
65 ISO Setting
Auto
84
65 Magnification Ratio (MF)
2:1
—
Multi
65
Caution
RAW picture quality (page 57) and noise reduction (page 74) are not
available.
Contrast: Choose the contrast for images recorded using High
Contrast B&W from MAX, –1, and –2.
Vignetting: Choose from Weak, Strong, and Off.
Exposure Metering
2.5 m
Multi
Noise Reduction Option: MAX
9 New
A MAX option has been added to the Noise Reduction menu
(page 74). Options other than Off are shown by an icon during
(Weak),
(Strong), or
(MAX).
shooting:
White Balance Options: Incandescent 1 and 2
10 New
The Incandescent option in the White
Balance menu (page 79) has been renamed Incandescent 2, and an Incandescent 1 option has been added. Both
options are suited to incandescent lighting; of the two, Incandescent 2 yields
the “warmer” colors.
Bracketing Options
11 New
The ON ±0.3 and ON ±0.5 options in the Auto Bracket menu
1
Choose a step size.
Highlight Auto Bracket in the shooting menu (page 54) and
press $ to display bracketing options. Highlight AE-BKT
1/3 EV or AE-BKT 1/2 EV and press $ to display bracketing
amounts.
3
Resume shooting.
Press C/D to exit to the shooting menu and then
press C/D to exit to the shooting mode, or press #
and then press C/D. The current bracketing option
is shown by an icon in the monitor.
Caution
• The camera may be unable to track subjects that are fast moving or
poorly lit.
• Focus/exposure and macro target selection (pages 61–63) are not
available when subject tracking is active. Auto Bracket (page 70) and
Interval Shooting (page 75) have no effect.
9
Option
menu (page 64). Select this option to set the snap focus distance to 1.5 m (4.9 ft.).
(page 70) have respectively been replaced by AE-BKT 1/3 EV
and AE-BKT 1/2 EV, allowing you to choose bracketing
amounts in steps of either 1⁄3 or ½ EV.
Feature: Menu Page Advance
3 New
Use 9 and 8 to page through the shooting (page 54), setup
Contrast
Snap Focus Distance Option: 1.5 m
8 New
A 1.5 m option has been added to the Snap Focus Distance
59 Exposure Compensation
64 White Balance
Multi-P AUTO 79
Caution
RAW picture quality (page 57) and noise reduction (page 74) are not
available.
2
3
Contrast: Choose the contrast for images recorded using Cross
Process from +2, +1, and Normal.
Vignetting: Choose from Weak, Strong, and Off.
Resume shooting.
Press C/D to exit to the shooting menu and then
press C/D to exit to the shooting mode, or press #
and then press C/D. The current bracketing option
is shown by an icon in the monitor.
A CONTRAST-BKT (contrast bracketing) item has also been
added to the Auto Bracket menu. The camera varies contrast
over three shots, taking one at the current value for contrast
and two more that “bracket” this value by from +4 to –4.
1
Select contrast bracketing.
Highlight Auto Bracket in the shooting menu (page
54) and press $ to display bracketing options. Highlight CONTRAST-BKT and press $ to display bracketing
amounts.
2
Choose the bracketing amounts.
Choose the amount the camera varies contrast for the second and third
shots. Press # or $ to highlight each
amount and press ! or " to change.
Hue: Choose from Basic, Magenta, and Yellow.
Caution
Depending on exposure and the option selected for white balance, Magenta and Yellow may not produce the desired results.
Choose the bracketing amount for each shot.
Choose the amount the camera varies exposure for the first, second, and
third shots. Press # or $ to highlight
each amount and press ! or " to
change the amount in steps of 1⁄3 EV
(AE-BKT 1/3 EV) or ½ EV (AE-BKT
1/2 EV; note that if the same value is selected for all three
shots, the camera will take only one photograph when the
shutter-release button is pressed).
Note
If Black & White, B&W (TE), Setting 1, or Setting 2 is selected for Image Settings (page 66) in the shooting menu (page 54), the bracketing
amounts available will vary with the option selected for Contrast.
Caution
Bracketing is not available in scene mode (page 46).
Feature: Shutter Speed Auto Shift
12 New
An Shutter Speed Auto Shift option has
been added to the shooting menu (page
54). When On is selected, the camera
will automatically adjust shutter speed if
optimal exposure can not be achieved at
the speed selected by the user in shutter
priority mode (mode S; see page 43).
Note
This option is available only in mode S and is not displayed in other
modes.
Feature: Trim
13 New
A Trim option has been added to the
• The size of the cropped copy varies with the size of the original and the
crop size (the crop displayed when you select Trim is the second largest; to select the largest crop, press 9):
playback menu (page 91). Use this option during playback to create a cropped
copy of the current photograph.
Original size
F3648 (10M)
N3648 (10M)
Selecting Trim in the playback menu
displays the options shown at right.
Press 8 or 9 to adjust the crop size and
press !, ", #, or $ to position the crop.
Press C/D to copy the crop to a
separate file (to exit without creating a
cropped copy, press DISP.).
F3 : 2 (9M)
N3 : 2 (9M)
F1 : 1 (7M)
N1 : 1 (7M)
Cautions
• You can only trim still images shot using this camera.
• You cannot trim movies or RAW images.
• While you can trim an image repeatedly, the image is recompressed
each time and there will be some decline in image quality.
N3264 (8M)
Notes
• Help can be displayed by pressing the Fn2 button; press the button
again to return to the crop display.
• Press the ADJ. lever in to choose from aspect ratios of 4 : 3 and 1 : 1 (3 : 2
is not available).
• The cropped copy is saved as a normal-quality image.
• The crop sizes available vary with the size of the original image.
N2592 (5M)
N2048 (5M)
N1280 (1M)
N640 (VGA)
ADJ. Lever Setting Option: ADJ Lever Setting 5
14 New
A new ADJ Lever Setting 5 option has
Crop size (1 : 1)
1–3
4–6
7–9
10–13
1, 2
3–5
6–9
10–13
1–3
4–6
7–9
10–13
1, 2
3–5
6–9
10–13
Size of copy
2304 × 2304
1536 × 1536
960 × 960
480 × 480
2304 × 2304
1536 × 1536
960 × 960
480 × 480
2304 × 2304
1536 × 1536
960 × 960
480 × 480
2304 × 2304
1536 × 1536
960 × 960
480 × 480
1–3
4–7
8–11
1536 × 1536
960 × 960
480 × 480
1, 2
3–6
7–10
1–3
4–8
1–4
1536 × 1536
960 × 960
480 × 480
960 × 960
480 × 480
480 × 480
ing you to switch between subject tracking and multi or spot
AF (5, P, S, A, M, and modes only). The settings that can be
accessed using the Fn buttons are listed below.
Scene modes
Option
M
Page
AF/MF
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
—
✔
121
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
—
✔
121
AF/Subj. Track
✔
✔
—
—
✔
—
—
—
—
AE Lock
✔
—
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
—
121
JPEG>RAW
✔
✔
—
—
—
—
—
—
121
Color>B&W
✔
✔
✔
—
—
✔
—
—
121
Color>TE
✔
✔
✔
—
—
✔
—
—
121
Exposure Comp.
✔
—
✔
✔
✔
✔
—
—
77
White Balance
✔
✔
✔
—
✔
✔
—
✔
79
WB Correction
✔
✔
✔
—
✔
—
—
✔
82
—
ISO
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
—
—
84
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
57, 89
ting item (page 119) in the key custom settings tab (page 112)
can now be accessed in scene mode. The settings available
in each mode are listed below; “NA” (not applicable) indicates
settings that can be selected but have no effect in that mode,
while asterisks indicate settings that are always assigned to the
ADJ. lever and can not be changed.
Scene modes
M
5, P, S, A
AF/Snap
to “ADJ Lever Setting”
15 Changes
The option assigned to the ADJ. lever using the ADJ Lever Set-
5, P, S, A
Size of copy
3264 × 2448
2592 × 1944
2048 × 1536
1280 × 960
640 × 480
2592 × 1944
2048 × 1536
1280 × 960
640 × 480
2592 × 1944
2048 × 1536
1280 × 960
640 × 480
3264 × 2448
2592 × 1944
2048 × 1536
1280 × 960
640 × 480
2592 × 1944
2048 × 1536
1280 × 960
640 × 480
2048 × 1536
1280 × 960
640 × 480
1280 × 960
640 × 480
640 × 480
Page
✔
NA
NA
✔
✔
NA
NA
77
Quality
✔
✔
NA
✔*
79
Focus
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
—
✔
59
NA
✔
NA
NA
✔*
82
Image Settings
✔
✔
✔
—
—
✔
—
—
66
✔
✔
✔
✔
NA
NA
84
Expo. Metering
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
—
—
65
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
NA
✔*
57
Cont. Mode
✔
✔
—
—
—
—
—
—
68
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
NA
✔*
59
Auto Bracket
✔
✔
—
—
—
—
—
—
70
Image
✔
✔
✔
NA
NA
✔
NA
NA
66
Macro Target
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
63
Expo. Metering
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
NA
NA
65
Flash Comp.
✔
✔
—
✔
✔
✔
—
—
72
✔
✔
—
✔
✔
—
—
—
73
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
—
26
✔
✔
Exposure Comp.
✔
NA
✔
✔
White Balance
✔
✔
✔
NA
WB Correction
✔
✔
✔
ISO
✔
✔
Quality
✔
Focus
Off
✔
✔
been added to the setup menu (page
112). If On is selected, ISO sensitivity
(page 84) can be adjusted by pressing
the ADJ. lever left or right when the camera is in shooting mode. The default setting is Off.
Caution
The ADJ. lever can be used to adjust sensitivity while the shutter button is pressed halfway in program shift and aperture priority modes (in
program shift mode, sensitivity can be adjusted even after the shutter
button is released, as long as shutter speed and aperture are displayed).
Note that once sensitivity has been adjusted in this manner, Auto and
Auto-Hi can not be re-selected.
✔
Cont. Mode
✔
✔
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
68
Flash Amount
Auto Bracket
✔
✔
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
70
Self-timer
Flash Comp.
✔
✔
NA
✔
✔
✔
NA
NA
72
Flash Amount
✔
✔
NA
✔
✔
NA
NA
NA
73
Density
—
—
—
—
—
—
✔*
—
56
to “ISO Auto-High Settings”
20 Changes
The ISO Auto-High Settings
option
(page 125) in the setup menu (page 112)
now contains the options listed below.
Option
Description
Choose the maximum value selected for Auto-Hi ISO: 200 (AUTO
Maximum ISO
200), 400 (AUTO 400), 800 (AUTO 800), or 1600 (AUTO 1600).
Change Shutter Choose the shutter speed below which the camera raises sensiSpeed
tivity from AUTO or values between ½ s and ½50 s.
Caution
The value selected for Change Shutter Speed is ignored when shutter
speed is adjusted manually.
Feature: Deleting “My Settings”
Feature: Spot Manual White Balance
18 New
21 New
A Delete My Settings option has been added to the setup
An Area Measured for Manual WB option has been added to
menu key custom settings tab (page 112). Use this option to
delete the contents of settings boxes (page 115) or to reset settings for the MY1, MY2, or MY3 position on the mode dial (page
53).
Feature: Restoring Defaults
19 New
A Restore Defaults option has been added to the setup menu
key custom settings tab (page 112). Use this option to restore
key custom settings to their default values.
Note
Settings saved with Reg. My Settings are not reset.
Fn Button Option
GF-1 Flash Unit
16 New
22 The
Subject tracking can now be assigned to the Fn buttons, allowThe camera now supports the Ricoh flash interface and offers
been added to the key custom settings
tab in the setup menu (page 112), bringing the number of options that can be
assigned to the ADJ. lever to five (page
119). The default is Exposure Metering.
Option
Crop size (4 : 3)
1
2, 3
4–6
7–9
10–13
1, 2
3–5
6–8
9–12
1, 2
3–5
6–8
9–12
1
2
3–5
6–9
10–13
1
2, 3
4–7
8–12
1, 2
3–6
7–10
1–3
4–8
1–4
Direct ISO Control
17 ADJ.
An ADJ. Direct ISO Control option has
TTL-auto flash control with optional GF-1 flash units. See the
GF-1 manual or “The GF-1 Flash Unit” on page 167 of the GR
DIGITAL III Camera User Guide for more information.
To choose a flash mode, press F (manual
flash mode is not available). Manual
flash mode must be selected with controls on the GF-1, but the flash amount
can be selected using the Manual Flash
Amount option (page 73) in the camera
shooting menu (page 54).
GL-1 Metal Lens Cap
23 The
The camera now supports optional GL-1 metal lens caps. The
GL-1 not only protects the lens but prevents the camera turning on with the lens cap in place (note that the lens cap can not
however be used with the soft case). See the documentation
provided with the GL-1 for more information.
Changes
24 Other
Optional flash units will not fire during interval shooting (page
75). Use the built-in flash.
the setup menu tab (page 112), allowing you to choose the
area measured for manual white balance (page 80).
Option
Description
Entire frame The camera measures white balance over the entire frame.
Spot
The camera measures white balance in a small area at the center
of the frame.
If Spot is selected, a target will be displayed at the center of the frame when
Manual Settings is chosen for white balance (page 80). Frame a blank piece of
paper or other white object so that it fills
the target and press the DISP. button to
measure white balance.
Memo
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