Pentax 645Z Digital SLR Camera Operating Manual

Approx. 51.4 million effective pixels, 43.8 x 32.8mm large CMOS image sensor
Capture everything reflected in the eyes and felt by the heart. The medium format CMOS image sensor meets the ideals of the photographer. This sensor is approximately 1.7 times larger compared to the dimension of a full-frame 35 mm format. The effective pixels are approximately 51.4 million. Together with the optical performance of PENTAX 645 lenses, this produces unsurpassed resolution and smooth gradation representations and the three-dimensional feeling and atmosphere that will overwhelm the viewers.

Before Using Your Camera

Checking the Contents of the Package
Names and Functions of Working Parts
Operating Controls
Adjusting the Angle of the Monitor
Display Indicators

Getting Started

Attaching the Strap
Attaching a Lens
Using the Battery and Charger
Inserting a Memory Card
Initial Settings
Diopter Adjustment
Testing Your Camera
How to Change Function Settings

Shooting Functions

Exposure Setting
Movie Recording
White Balance
Drive Mode
Flash Mode
Custom Image

Playback and Processing Functions

Setting the Playback Functions
Displaying a Single Image
Changing the Playback Method
Editing and Processing Images
Protecting Images
Connecting the Camera to an AV Device

Using a Computer

Connecting to a Computer
Using the Provided Software


Optional Accessories
Error Messages

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