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Publication No. SM7648-1


11NOV05

SERVICE MANUAL
for the
Kodak EasyShare P850 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
Service Code: 7648

Important
Qualified service personnel must repair this equipment.

Confidential
Restricted Information
© Eastman Kodak Company, 2005

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PLEASE NOTE The information contained herein is based on the experience and knowledge relating to the
subject matter gained by Eastman Kodak Company prior to publication.
No patent license is granted by this information.
Eastman Kodak Company reserves the right to change this information without notice, and
makes no warranty, express or implied, with respect to this information. Kodak shall not be liable
for any loss or damage, including consequential or special damages, resulting from any use of
this information, even if loss or damage is caused by Kodak’s negligence or other fault.

This equipment includes parts and assemblies sensitive to damage from electrostatic
discharge. Use caution to prevent damage during all service procedures.

Table of Contents
Description Page

Illustrated Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4


Necessary Materials. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Configurations for the CAMERA DOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Reference Table for New CAMERAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Reference Table for Adjustment Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Visual Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Equipment Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
BACK and SIDE COVER AYs, and CARD DOOR AY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
FRONT COVER, VIEWFINDER, and MONITOR LCD AYs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
CP1 BOARD - MCU, TOP COVER AY, and TB1 BOARD - SHUTTER AND
MODE DIAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
STROBE, BATTERY COMPARTMENT, and LENS AYs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Alphabetical Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Diagnostics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Checkout Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Checking the General Functions of the CAMERA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Checking the ACTUATION, FLASH, and POWER-ON COUNTERS Without the
SERVICE SOFTWARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Checking the “Self-Timer” Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Checking the “Burst” Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Checking the Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Checking the Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Checking the Internal Components of the CAMERA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Checking the External Components of the CAMERA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
LENS - “Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) Shift Lens Adjustment” . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
LENS - “EIS Confirmation and Adjustment” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
LENS - “Lens Adjustment (90 cm)” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
LENS - “Lens Adjustment (Infinity)” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
CCD - “Auto White Balance (AWB)”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
CCD - “White Point Defect Detect”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
CCD - “Black Point and White Point Defect Detect”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
PAF SENSOR - “Up and Down”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
PAF SENSOR - “Uniform” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
PAF SENSOR - “Parallax” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
PAF SENSOR - “Distance” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Setting the Defaults for the CAMERA - “Set Default” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Setting the ID for the CAMERA - “USB Storage” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Replacements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66

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BACK COVER AY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
MONITOR LCD AND VIEWFINDER AYs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
FRONT COVER AY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
CP1 BOARD - MCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
BATTERY COMPARTMENT AY, TB1 BOARD - SHUTTER AND MODE DIAL, AND
ST1 BOARD - CAPACITOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
LENS, STROBE AY, MICROPHONE AY, and ST2, TB2, TB3 BOARDS . . . . . . . . . 73
Additional Service Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Installing the SERVICE SOFTWARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Connecting to the SERVICE SOFTWARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Preparing the Test Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Using the PATTERN BOX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Using the CAMERA NEST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Upgrading the Firmware Using the MEMORY CARD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Upgrading the Firmware Using the Internal Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
System Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
CA1 CIRCUIT - CCD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
CP1 BOARD - MCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
LENS FPC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
STROBE CIRCUIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Functional . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Power Distribution. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Subsystem Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Schematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
CP1 BOARD - MCU, 1 of 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
CP1 BOARD - MCU, 2 of 6 and ST2 BOARD - STROBE POSITION . . . . . . . . 89
CP1 BOARD - MCU, 3 of 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
CP1 BOARD - MCU, 4 of 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
CP1 BOARD - MCU, 5 of 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
CP1 BOARD - MCU, 6 of 6 and ST1 BOARD - CAPACITOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
CA1 BOARD - CCD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
ST3 BOARD - HOT SHOE STROBE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
TB1 BOARD - SHUTTER AND MODE DIAL and TB4 BOARD - BATTERY
SENSOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
TB2 BOARD - FOCUS AND STROBE MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
TB3 BOARD - AC ADAPTER/USB CONNECTOR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Component Locator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
All BOARDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
CA1 BOARD - CCD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
CP1 BOARD - MCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
ST1 BOARD - CAPACITOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
ST2 BOARD - STROBE POSITION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
ST3 BOARD - HOT SHOE STROBE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
TB1 BOARD - SHUTTER AND MODE DIAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
TB2 BOARD - FOCUS AND STROBE MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
TB3 BOARD - AC ADAPTER/USB CONNECTOR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
TB4 BOARD - BATTERY SENSOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Publication History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106

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Section 1: Illustrated Parts List

Necessary Materials
Primary Tools:
Description Part No.
ESD MAT Region Provided
TWEEZERS Region Provided
SOLDER REMOVAL TOOL Region Provided
FLASH CAPACITOR DISCHARGE TOOL - resistor minimum, 1.2 kW TL-5336
DIGITAL VOLTMETER TL-4114
LIGHT BOX - Arrowin LBF, 2001 -------
DC POWER SUPPLY - 0 - 12 V, 5.0 A with clip leads, ez or alligator Region Provided
TRIPOD - Bogen, Model 3021s TL-5176
TRIPOD HEAD - Bogen, Model 3047 TL-5206
OPTRONICS PHOTOMETER/DETECTOR - Graseby -------
COLOR TEMPERATURE METER - Gossen Color Pro 3F, or equivalent -------
AIR HOSE - optional Region Provided
Computer: Region Provided
• Microsoft Windows XP OPERATING SYSTEM
• IBM computer or IBM compatible with a Pentium PROCESSOR, 233 MHz or
higher
• 256 MB RAM minimum recommended
• 200 MB hard disk space
• CD-ROM DRIVE
• USB PORT
• 21-in. color MONITOR
• 24-bit XGA VIDEO CARD
• Color VIDEO MONITOR
FEEDBACK SOFTWARE Region Provided
Kodak LENS CLEANING PAPER Region Provided
Kodak LENS CLEANER 1C8000
COVER CLEANER - Johnson SHINE-UP FURNITURE WAX TL-5182
LAMP - Arrowin LBF, 2001 light box, EVC/FGX, Phillips, 6958 Region Provided
FLASH METER TL-5205
STATION - Weller, soldering, 50 W TL-5412
TIP - soldering iron, standard ST1 TL-5413
TIP - soldering iron, single flat ST5 TL-5414
TIP - soldering iron, conical ST7 TL-5415
SCREWDRIVER - Milwaukee, cordless, with battery and charger, optional TL-5424
HEX ADAPTER - 0.40 mm (0.02 in.) bit, optional TL-5421
BATTERY for a POWER SCREWDRIVER - 2.4 V, optional TL-5422
BIT - power, 00 x 80 mm (3.14 in.), 4 mm (0.15 in.) drive, optional TL-5423
TWEEZERS - special TL-5338

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Description Part No.


PAINT - 18% gray, interior, flat Region Provided
Vendor:
RC Shaheen
1400 St. Paul Blvd.
Rochester, NY 14621
Telephone: 585-266-1500
MUR1597
TARGET - 18% gray TL-5845
SCREWDRIVER - Phillips, No. 00 x 40 mm (1.57 in.) TL-5429
SCREWDRIVER - Phillips, No. 000 x 40 mm (1.57 in.) TL-5430
SCREWDRIVER - Phillips, No. 2 x 40 mm (1.57 in.) TL-5431
SCREWDRIVER - Phillips, No. 0 x 50 mm (1.97 in.) TL-5432
GEN 2 CAMERA POST - optional TL-5416
GEN 2 CUSTOM TEXT FIXTURE - optional 5E8164
GEN 2 CAMERA POST FABRICATION DRAWING - optional 5E8161
GEN 2 CUSTOM TEST FIXTURE FABRICATION DRAWING - optional 5E8163

Special Tools
Description Part No.
PATTERN BOX - color viewer VJ8-0190
COLLIMATOR Region Provided
TARGET - Siemens, star TL-5884
TARGET - shift lens adjustment TL-5888
TARGET - up and down adjustment TL-5885
TARGET - parallax adjustment TL-5886
TARGET - distance adjustment TL-5887
CAMERA NEST TL-5866
Kodak Li-Ion RECHARGEABLE DIGITAL CAMERA BATTERY KLIC-5001- 106 4062
1700 mA-hour
Kodak EasyShare CAMERA DOCK SERIES 3 includes the 5 V AC ADAPTER 188 6597
Kodak DOCK ADAPTER KIT D-22*** 175 6824
USB CABLE, Model U-8, 8-pin, for Kodak EasyShare DIGITAL CAMERAS 195 5137
A/V CABLE, Model AV-8, 8-pin, for Kodak EasyShare DIGITAL CAMERAS 811 8390
SERVICE SOFTWARE - “DsCalDi.exe”, “camapi32.dll”, and “PTPApi32.dll” **
Firmware file - “KP850100.FW” **
Kodak EasyShare SOFTWARE - Version 4.0 or higher *

* This item is provided by the region. If using Microsoft Windows XP and Kodak EasyShare SOFTWARE, Version
5.0, load only the DRIVERS for the CAMERA.
** These files are on the Kodak Partner Web site at https://partner.kodak.com/.
*** See “Configurations for the CAMERA DOCK” on Page 6.

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Configurations for the CAMERA DOCK

CUSTOM CUSTOM
DOCK DOCK
INSERT INSERT

CAMERA
DOCK
DOCK ADAPTER SERIES 3
KIT D-22

CAMERA
DOCK
6000

Figure 2
Figure 1 P252_0075BA

Note
• You must use the Kodak DOCK ADAPTER KIT D-22 when connecting the Kodak EasyShare P850 ZOOM
DIGITAL CAMERA to the Kodak EasyShare CAMERA DOCK 6000.
• The Kodak EasyShare P850 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA is compatible with:
– Kodak EasyShare CAMERA DOCK SERIES 3
– other 26-PIN DOCKS

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Reference Table for New CAMERAS

Important
You must use the following catalog numbers to order a replacement CAMERA if the CAMERA is under warranty and
cannot be repaired, or to order a MASTER CAMERA.

Region Language Catalog No.


Americas and Canada - SENSORMATIC and • English 172 0614
CHECKPOINT TAGS • French
• Spanish
Americas and Canada - Non-OFM, SENSORMATIC • English 165 9432
and CHECKPOINT TAGS • French
• Spanish
Brazil • Italian 894 3060
• Spanish
• Portuguese
Europe, Africa, and the Middle East • English 889 3901
• French
• German
Europe, Africa, and the Middle East • Italian 392 8835
• Spanish
• Portuguese
Europe, Africa, and the Middle East Nordic 392 8843
Europe, Africa, and the Middle East Emerging 392 8850
Greater China and Taiwan • English 867 3428
• Chinese
– simplified
– traditional
• Korean
People’s Republic of China • English 145 2200
• Chinese
– simplified
– traditional
• Korean
Asia Pacific and Korea • English 824 5219
• Korean
• Chinese
– simplified
– traditional
Japan Japanese 870 6467
Kodak Service & Support - bulk, class A English SP854 4561
Kodak Service & Support - retail, class A English SP172 0614
Kodak Service & Support - bulk, class B English SP168 9801
Kodak Service & Support - retail, class B English SP881 8296

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Reference Table for Adjustment Procedures


After installing: Do:
• CP1 BOARD - MCU 1. LENS - “Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) Shift Lens Adjustment” on Page 30
• MONITOR LCD AY 2. LENS - “EIS Confirmation and Adjustment” on Page 33
• LENS AY 3. LENS - “Lens Adjustment (90 cm)” on Page 36
4. LENS - “Lens Adjustment (Infinity)” on Page 38
5. CCD - “Auto White Balance (AWB)” on Page 40
6. CCD - “White Point Defect Detect” on Page 43
7. CCD - “Black Point and White Point Defect Detect” on Page 46
8. PAF SENSOR - “Up and Down” on Page 49
9. PAF SENSOR - “Uniform” on Page 52
10. PAF SENSOR - “Parallax” on Page 55
11. PAF SENSOR - “Distance” on Page 58
12. Setting the Defaults for the CAMERA - “Set Default” on Page 62
13. Setting the ID for the CAMERA - “USB Storage” on Page 64

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Visual Index
1

A
4
B

P264_1011DC_

Item Description
1 “BACK and SIDE COVER AYs, and CARD DOOR AY” on Page 10
2 “FRONT COVER, VIEWFINDER, and MONITOR LCD AYs” on Page 12
3 “CP1 BOARD - MCU, TOP COVER AY, and TB1 BOARD - SHUTTER AND MODE DIAL”
on Page 14
4 “STROBE, BATTERY COMPARTMENT, and LENS AYs” on Page 16

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Equipment Parts

Caution
• Dangerous Voltage
• You must do a discharge of the STROBE CAPACITOR 1 after removing the BACK COVER AY.
Figure 1 BACK and SIDE COVER AYs, and CARD DOOR AY

44 55
1
88
77

11

22
6

9
9

1
1

11
11 66

10
10

66
14
14 13
13 12
12
P264_1000DCA
P264_1000DC

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Figure 1 BACK and SIDE COVER AYs, and CARD DOOR AY


Item Part No. Description Quantity Notes
1 3F9180 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 4.0 1 6
2 3F9127 SHAFT - card door 1 1
3 3F9126 SPRING - card door 1 1
4 3F9125 DOOR - card 1 1
5 3F9133 COVER - hot shoe 1 1
6 3F9172 SCREW - PCS, 1.7 x 3.0 1 5
7 3F9134 COVER - viewfinder ay 1 1
8 3F9176 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 3.0 1 1
9 3F9124 BACK COVER AY 1 1
10 3F9108 COVER - side 1 1
11 3F9174 SCREW - PCS, 1.7 x 3.5 1 2
12 3F9109 PLATE 1 1
13 3F9173 SCREW - PCS, 1.7 x 4.0 1 2
14 3F9111 HOLDER - side cover 1 1
---- 3F9187 CUSTOM INSERT - dock 1 1 Not visible in the graphic.
---- 3F9188 CAP - lens 1 1 Not visible in the graphic.
---- 3F9189 STRAP - lens cap 1 1 Not visible in the graphic.
---- 3F6447 STRAP - shoulder, black 1 1 Not visible in the graphic.

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Caution
• Dangerous Voltage
• You must do a discharge of the STROBE CAPACITOR 2 after removing the MONITOR LCD AY.
Figure 2 FRONT COVER, VIEWFINDER, and MONITOR LCD AYs
3
3
4
4

55
22

66

77

10

88

9 P264_1001DCA
P264_1001DC

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Figure 2 FRONT COVER, VIEWFINDER, and MONITOR LCD AYs


Item Part No. Description Quantity Notes
1 3F9177 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 3.0 2 2
2 3F9176 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 3.5 2 3
3 3F9123 VIEWFINDER AY 2 1
4 3F9175 SCREW - PCS, 1.7 x 2.5 2 2
5 3F6121 SCREW - PCS, 1.7 x 2.5 2 3
6 3F9120 MONITOR LCD AY 2 1
7 3F9107 TRIPOD MOUNT 2 1
8 3F9172 SCREW - PCS, 1.7 x 3.0 2 1
9 3F9173 SCREW - PCS, 1.7 x 4.0 2 3
10 3F9106 FRONT COVER AY 2 1

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Caution
• Dangerous Voltage
• You must do a discharge of both of the STROBE CAPACITORS after removing the TOP COVER AY and TB1
BOARD.
Figure 3 CP1 BOARD - MCU, TOP COVER AY, and TB1 BOARD - SHUTTER AND MODE DIAL

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Figure 3 CP1 BOARD - MCU, TOP COVER AY, and TB1 BOARD - SHUTTER AND MODE DIAL
Item Part No. Description Quantity Notes
1 3F9178 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 3.5 3 2
2 3F9117 BOARD - TB1, shutter and mode dial 3 1
3 3F9181 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 4.5 3 1
4 3F9119 COVER - top 3 1
5 3F9166 FLEXIBLE CIRCUIT - CP1 to TB1 3 1
6 3F9184 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 4.5 3 2
7 3F9170 BUTTON - 5-way, joystick 3 1
8 3F6121 SCREW - PCS, 1.7 x 2.5 3 3
9 3F9168 BOARD - CP1, MCU 3 1
---- 3F9185 FUSE 5.0 A, 32 V 3 2 See:
• “CP1 BOARD - MCU, 1 of 2” on
Page 101
• “CP1 BOARD - MCU, 2 of 2” on
Page 102
---- 3F6051 FUSE 2.0 A, 32 V 3 3 See “CP1 BOARD - MCU, 2 of 2” on
Page 102.

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Figure 4 STROBE, BATTERY COMPARTMENT, and LENS AYs

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Figure 4 STROBE, BATTERY COMPARTMENT, and LENS AYs


Item Part No. Description Quantity Notes
1 3F9148 STROBE AY 4 1 Includes:
• 2 SCREWS
• STROBE COVER
• STROBE
2 3F9177 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 3.0 4 4
3 3F9149 COVER - strobe 4 1
4 3F9115 BOARD - TB4, battery sensor 4 1
5 3F9165 BATTERY COMPARTMENT AY 4 1
6 3F9178 SCREW - TPG, 1.7 x 3.5 4 1
7 3F9163 BOARD - ST1, capacitor 4 1
8 3F6121 SCREW - PCS, 1.7 x 2.5 4 1
9 3F9146 BOARD - TB2, focus and strobe mode 4 1
10 3F9174 SCREW - PCS, 1.7 x 3.5 4 2
11 3F9158 BOARD - CA1, CCD 4 1
12 3F9183 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 4.0 4 2
13 3F9160 FLEXIBLE CIRCUIT - CP1 to CA1 4 1
14 3F9162 SPACER - CA1, flexible 4 1
15 3F9157 SPACER 4 1
16 3F9156 FILTER - optical 4 1
17 3F9155 SPACER - LPF 4 1
18 3F9154 LENS AY 4 1
19 3F9153 RING - adhesive 4 1
20 3F9152 LENS - DEC 4 1
21 3F9175 SCREW - PCS, 1.7 x 2.5 4 3
22 3F9176 SCREW - TPG, 1.7 x 3.5 4 1
23 3F9139 FLEXIBLE CIRCUIT - CP1 to TB3 4 1
24 3F9138 BOARD - TB3, AC adapter/USB connector 4 1
25 3F9142 SPEAKER AY 4 1
26 3F9182 SCREW - STPG, 1.4 x 3.0 4 1
27 3F9145 BOARD - ST2, strobe position 4 1
28 3F9151 PAF SENSOR - parallax auto focus 4 1

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Section 2: Alphabetical Index


Alphabetical Index
Part No. Description Figure No.
3F9124 BACK COVER AY 1
3F9165 BATTERY COMPARTMENT AY 4
3F9158 BOARD - CA1, CCD 4
3F9168 BOARD - CP1, MCU 3
3F9163 BOARD - ST1, capacitor 4
3F9145 BOARD - ST2, strobe position 4
3F9117 BOARD - TB1, shutter and mode dial 3
3F9146 BOARD - TB2, focus and strobe mode 4
3F9138 BOARD - TB3, AC adapter/USB connector 4
3F9115 BOARD - TB4, battery sensor 4
3F9170 BUTTON - 5-way, joystick 3
3F9188 CAP - lens 1
3F9133 COVER - hot shoe 1
3F9108 COVER - side 1
3F9149 COVER - strobe 4
3F9119 COVER - top 3
3F9134 COVER - viewfinder ay 1
3F9187 CUSTOM INSERT - dock 1
3F9125 DOOR - card 1
3F9156 FILTER - optical 4
3F9160 FLEXIBLE CIRCUIT - CP1 to CA1 4
3F9166 FLEXIBLE CIRCUIT - CP1 to TB1 3
3F9139 FLEXIBLE CIRCUIT - CP1 to TB3 4
3F9106 FRONT COVER AY 2
3F6051 FUSE 2.0 A, 32 V 3
3F9185 FUSE 5.0 A, 32 V 3
3F9111 HOLDER - side cover 1
3F9152 LENS - DEC 4
3F9154 LENS AY 4
3F9120 MONITOR LCD AY 2
3F9151 PAF SENSOR - parallax auto focus 4
3F9109 PLATE 1
3F9153 RING - adhesive 4
3F6121 SCREW - PCS, 1.7 x 2.5 2, 3, 4
3F9175 SCREW - PCS, 1.7 x 2.5 2, 4
3F9172 SCREW - PCS, 1.7 x 3.0 1, 2
3F9174 SCREW - PCS, 1.7 x 3.5 1, 4
3F9173 SCREW - PCS, 1.7 x 4.0 1, 2
3F9182 SCREW - STPG, 1.4 x 3.0 4
3F9176 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 3.0 1
3F9177 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 3.0 2, 4
3F9176 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 3.5 2
3F9178 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 3.5 3
3F9180 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 4.0 1
3F9183 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 4.0 4
3F9181 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 4.5 3

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Alphabetical Index
Part No. Description Figure No.
3F9184 SCREW - STPG, 1.7 x 4.5 3
3F9176 SCREW - TPG, 1.7 x 3.5 4
3F9178 SCREW - TPG, 1.7 x 3.5 4
3F9127 SHAFT - card door 1
3F9157 SPACER 4
3F9162 SPACER - CA1, flexible 4
3F9155 SPACER - LPF 4
3F9142 SPEAKER AY 4
3F9126 SPRING - card door 1
3F9189 STRAP - lens cap 1
3F6447 STRAP - shoulder, black 1
3F9148 STROBE AY 4
3F9107 TRIPOD MOUNT 2
3F9123 VIEWFINDER AY 2

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Section 3: Diagnostics

Checkout Procedures
Checking the General Functions of the CAMERA

Important
You must do these procedures before returning the CAMERA to the customer.
[1] Check:
• MODE/POWER SWITCH is in the “OFF” position
• MODE DIAL is in the “AUTO” position
[2] Install:
• RECHARGEABLE BATTERY in the CAMERA
• 5 V AC ADAPTER to:
– CAMERA DOCK
– source of power
• CAMERA in the CAMERA DOCK. See “Configurations for the CAMERA DOCK” on Page 6.
[3] Check that one or more of the 3 LEDs for the BATTERY on the CAMERA DOCK illuminate green.
[4] Energize the CAMERA.
[5] Check that the CAMERA energizes.
[6] De-energize the CAMERA.
[7] Remove:
• CAMERA from the CAMERA DOCK
• BATTERY from the CAMERA
[8] Connect the 5 V AC ADAPTER to the “DC IN 5V” port on the CAMERA.
[9] Energize the CAMERA.
[10] Check that the CAMERA energizes.
[11] De-energize the CAMERA.
[12] Remove the 5 V AC ADAPTER from the CAMERA.
[13] Install a RECHARGEABLE BATTERY in the CAMERA.
[14] Energize the CAMERA.
[15] Check that the CAMERA energizes.
[16] De-energize the CAMERA.
[17] Insert the MEMORY CARD into the CAMERA.
[18] Connect the 5 V AC ADAPTER to the CAMERA DOCK.
[19] Install the CAMERA on the CAMERA DOCK. See “Configurations for the CAMERA DOCK” on Page 6.
[20] Energize the CAMERA.
[21] Check the energize sequence:
• POWER LED illuminates green
• MONITOR LCD:
– displays “Kodak EasyShare System” for 2 seconds
– displays the “AUTO” mode for 4 seconds
– does not display error codes
• LENS moves to the default “Wide” position

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[22] De-energize the CAMERA.


[23] Check the de-energize sequence:
• MONITOR LCD displays black
• LENS moves in
• POWER LED de-energizes
[24] Remove the CAMERA from the CAMERA DOCK.
[25] Install a new BATTERY that has a full charge.
[26] Energize the CAMERA.
[27] Check the energize sequence. See Step 21.
[28] Press:
• “EVF/LCD” BUTTON to check that the view moves from the MONITOR LCD and the VIEWFINDER AY
• “EVF/LCD” BUTTON again to illuminate the MONITOR LCD

Important
The default position is “Wide”.
[29] Move the ZOOM LEVER to check that the LENS moves from “Wide” to “Tele” position.
[30] Check:
• ZOOM indicates on the MONITOR LCD
• MONITOR LCD is in focus when the LENS stops moving from “Wide” to “Tele” position
[31] Press the SHUTTER BUTTON to capture an image.
[32] Check that the MONITOR LCD displays:
• image
• number of additional images that can be captured
• icons:
– “Flash” mode
– quality of the image
– type of memory
[33] Press the “EVF/LCD” BUTTON to move the view to the VIEWFINDER AY.
[34] Check that the view is in focus.
[35] Move the ZOOM LEVER to check that the LENS moves from “Tele” to “Wide” position.
[36] Check:
• ZOOM indicates on the VIEWFINDER AY
• VIEWFINDER AY is in focus when the LENS stops moving from “Tele” to “Wide” position
[37] Press the SHUTTER BUTTON to capture an image.
[38] Check that the VIEWFINDER AY displays:
• image
• number of additional images that can be captured
• icons:
– “Flash” mode
– quality of the image
– type of memory
[39] Press the “EVF/LCD” BUTTON to move the view to the MONITOR LCD.

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[40] Check the following BUTTONS and SWITCHES:


BUTTON/SWITCH Do:
• “MENU” 1. Press the “MENU” BUTTON.
• JOYSTICK 2. Check that the MONITOR LCD displays options.
• OK 3. Press:
• JOYSTICK up or down to move through the menu
• JOYSTICK right to display additional options
• JOYSTICK in for the OK BUTTON to select an option
• “MENU” BUTTON to quit
• “REVIEW” 1. Press the “REVIEW” BUTTON.
• “SHARE” 2. Check that the MONITOR LCD illuminates.
3. Press:
• JOYSTICK left and right to display images
• JOYSTICK down to display a menu of the images
• JOYSTICK left and right to select an image
• OK BUTTON in to display the image
• “SHARE” BUTTON
4. Check that options display.
5. Press:
• JOYSTICK left and right to display other images
• “REVIEW” BUTTON
• “REVIEW” BUTTON again to quit
INFO 1. In “Liveview” mode, press the INFO BUTTON.
2. Check that only the “Battery” icon and the FRAMING MARKS display on the
MONITOR LCD.
3. Press the INFO BUTTON again.
4. Check that only the FRAMING MARKS display.
5. Press the INFO BUTTON again.
6. Check that the icons display.
7. Press:
• “REVIEW” BUTTON to display an image
• INFO BUTTON
8. Check that the MONITOR LCD displays data about the image.
9. Press the INFO BUTTON 3 times.
10. Check that the MONITOR LCD does not display the icons.
“DELETE” 1. Press the “DELETE” BUTTON.
2. Use the JOYSTICK to select “PICTURE”.
3. Press:
• OK BUTTON to delete the image
• “REVIEW” BUTTON
4. Check that the image is deleted.
5. Press the “REVIEW” BUTTON to quit.

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BUTTON/SWITCH Do:
ZOOM LEVER, “T” 1. Move the ZOOM LEVER to the “T” for “Tele”.
2. Check:
• MONITOR LCD is in focus from the “Wide” to “Tele” positions
• LENS moves from the “Wide” to “Tele” positions
ZOOM LEVER, “W” 1. Move the ZOOM LEVER to the “W” BUTTON.
2. Check:
• MONITOR LCD is in focus from the “Tele” to “Wide” positions
• LENS moves from the “Tele” to “Wide” positions
• FLASH 1. Move the MODE DIAL to “P”.
• “SET” 2. Press the FLASH BUTTON to check that the menu displays:
• COMMAND DIAL • “Auto”
• “Fill”
• “Redeye”
• “Slow front sync”
• “Off”
3. Select the “Off” position.
4. Check that the “Exposure Compensation” icon displays on the MONITOR
LCD.
5. Move the COMMAND DIAL left and right to select the “Exposure
Compensation” icon.
6. Press the “SET” BUTTON.
7. Check that the icon changes color.
8. Move the COMMAND DIAL to change the setting of the icon.
9. Press the “SET” BUTTON.
10. In low light, press the SHUTTER BUTTON to the “S1” position.
11. Check that the “AE” and “AF” icons display on the MONITOR LCD.
12. Move the MODE DIAL to “AUTO”.
13. Press the FLASH BUTTON.
14. Select the “Auto” option.
SHUTTER 1. Press the SHUTTER BUTTON to capture an image.
2. Check:
• STROBE AY opens and the STROBE flashes
• an image displays on the MONITOR LCD

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BUTTON/SWITCH Do:
“FOCUS” 1. Press:
• “FOCUS” BUTTON
• JOYSTICK down to set the mode to “Macro AF”
• OK BUTTON
2. Check that the “Flower” icon displays on the MONITOR LCD.
3. Press:
• “FOCUS” BUTTON
• JOYSTICK down to set the mode to “Landscape”
• OK BUTTON
4. Check that the “Mountain” icon displays on the MONITOR LCD.
5. Press:
• “FOCUS” BUTTON
• JOYSTICK up to set the mode to “Manual”
• OK BUTTON
6. Check that the “0 - ∞” icon displays.
7. Move the JOYSTICK left and right to see the focus window.
8. Press:
• “FOCUS” BUTTON
• JOYSTICK down to set the mode to “Normal AF”
• OK BUTTON
9. The options should not be displayed and the focus is returned to automatic.
“EVF/LCD” 1. Press the “EVF/LCD” BUTTON.
2. Check that the view is through the VIEWFINDER AY.
3. Press the “EVF/LCD” BUTTON again.
4. Check that the view is displayed on the MONITOR LCD.
MODE DIAL The MODE DIAL has 10 options.
[41] Check each of the options on the MODE DIAL.
Selected MODE DIAL
Option Do:
“AUTO” 1. Move the MODE DIAL to “AUTO”.
2. Check that “Auto:” displays on the MONITOR LCD.
3. Press the SHUTTER BUTTON to the “S1” position.
4. Check that the following information displays on the MONITOR LCD:
• aperture setting
• SHUTTER speed
“P”, “A”, “S”, “M”, “C1”, 1. Move the MODE DIAL to each option.
“C2”, “C3” 2. Check that the corresponding option name displays on the MONITOR LCD.
3. Use the COMMAND DIAL to select the icons of the settings.
4. Select an icon and press the “SET” BUTTON.
5. Check:
• icon changes color
• COMMAND DIAL changes the setting

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Selected MODE DIAL


Option Do:
“Video” 1. Move the MODE DIAL to the “Video” icon.
2. Check:
• “Video:” displays on the MONITOR LCD
• FRAMING MARKS are disabled
3. Press and release the SHUTTER BUTTON.
4. During the video file recording, check:
• “REC” on the MONITOR LCD flashes
• recording time displays on the MONITOR LCD
5. Speak some words.
6. Press and release the SHUTTER BUTTON.
7. Check that the MONITOR LCD displays an icon for playing back.
8. Press the OK BUTTON.
9. Check that the video file begins to play back.
10. Press the JOYSTICK to the right.
11. Check that the video file plays back at a faster speed.
12. Press the OK BUTTON.
13. Check that the video stops.
14. Press the “MENU” BUTTON.
15. Check that the MONITOR LCD displays a list of options.
16. Press:
• “MENU” BUTTON to quit
• OK BUTTON
17. Check:
• video file continues
• audio plays back
18. Press the “REVIEW” BUTTON to quit.
“SCN” 1. Press the “SCN” BUTTON to display the 16 “scene” icons at the bottom of
the MONITOR LCD.
2. Check that the selected “scene” is identified with:
• name of the “scene”
• one of the 16 icons has blue edges indicating the selected icon
• additional icon in the lower right corner of the MONITOR LCD
3. Move the JOYSTICK:
• left
• right
4. Check that the selected icon changes.
5. Press the OK BUTTON.

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[42] Check one of the icons in the “SCN” position. For example,
Selected “SCN” Icon: Do:
Backlight 1. Check:
• “Backlight:” displays on the MONITOR LCD
• FLASH is in “Fill” mode
2. Press the SHUTTER BUTTON.
3. Check that the CAMERA flashes once, then flashes again.

[43] To check the operation of the FAVORITES SWITCH, move the MODE/POWER SWITCH to the “Favorites”
position.
BUTTON/SWITCH Do:
“Entering Favorites...” 1. Check that “Entering Favorites...” displays on the MONITOR LCD.
2. Any images labeled with the “Favorites” icon display automatically.
3. Press:
• “REVIEW” BUTTON to view images
• “SHARE” BUTTON
4. Check that the MONITOR LCD displays a list of options.
5. Press the “REVIEW BUTTON” to quit.
“DRIVE” 1. Move the MODE DIAL to “AUTO”.
2. Press the “DRIVE” BUTTON.
3. Check that a list of options display for:
• “Single”
• “Self timer”
• “burst” modes
• “Exposure bracketing” modes
• “Time Lapse”
4. Press the “DRIVE” BUTTON again to quit.
“PROG.” 1. Move the MODE DIAL to “P”.
2. Press the “PROG.” BUTTON.
3. Check that a list of options display for the flash.
4. Press the “PROG.” BUTTON again to quit.
EXPOSURE 1. Move the MODE DIAL to any of the “P”, “A”, “S”, “M”, “C1”, “C2”, “C3”
METERING positions.
2. Press the EXPOSURE METERING BUTTON.
3. Check that a list of options display for the exposure and light.
4. Press the EXPOSURE METERING BUTTON again to quit.

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Diagnostics

BUTTON/SWITCH Do:
“AE/AF”
Important
“Automatic Exposure” is the default mode.
1. Press:
• “MENU” BUTTON
• JOYSTICK once to the right to display a menu for settings
2. Move the JOYSTICK to “AE/AF button set”.
3. Press:
• OK BUTTON once to display the options
• OK BUTTON again to select the “AE lock” option
• “MENU” BUTTON
• “AE/AF” BUTTON to lock the exposure setting
4. Check that “AEL” displays on the MONITOR LCD.
5. Press the “AE/AF” BUTTON again to allow adjustment of the exposure
setting.

Checking the ACTUATION, FLASH, and POWER-ON COUNTERS Without the SERVICE
SOFTWARE
[1] Energize the CAMERA.
[2] Press:
• “MENU” BUTTON
• JOYSTICK to the right
• JOYSTICK up to be on the “ABOUT...” option
[3] At the same time, press:
• “DELETE” BUTTON
• OK BUTTON
[4] Read what displays on the MONITOR LCD:
Display Description
“Firmware version” 1.0000 or greater
“PC” Power-on Count
“TC” Total Captured
“SC” Strobe Count
“SN” Serial Number

[5] Press:
• OK BUTTON
• “MENU” BUTTON to quit

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Checking the “Self-Timer” Function


[1] Press the “DRIVE” BUTTON.
[2] Check that the MONITOR LCD illuminates.
[3] Use the JOYSTICK and the OK BUTTON to select “Self timer 10 sec.”.
[4] Press the SHUTTER BUTTON to the “S2” position.
[5] Check that an image is captured in 10 seconds.
[6] Press the “DRIVE” BUTTON.
[7] Use the JOYSTICK and the OK BUTTON to select “Single”.
[8] Press the “DRIVE” BUTTON again to quit.

Checking the “Burst” Function


[1] Press the “DRIVE” BUTTON.
[2] Check that the MONITOR LCD illuminates.
[3] Use the JOYSTICK and the OK BUTTON to select “First Burst”.
[4] Press and hold the SHUTTER BUTTON to the “S2” position for 3 seconds.
[5] Release the SHUTTER BUTTON.
[6] Press:
• “REVIEW” BUTTON to check that up to 5 images are captured
• “REVIEW” BUTTON again to quit
• “DRIVE” BUTTON
[7] Use the JOYSTICK and the OK BUTTON to select “Single”.

Checking the Communication


[1] Connect the CAMERA DOCK to the computer with the USB CABLE.
[2] Download the images and the video file with the USER SOFTWARE.
[3] Check the quality of the images.
[4] Do “Connecting to the SERVICE SOFTWARE” on Page 75. If successful, the USB interface on the DOCK
CONNECTOR is operating correctly.
[5] Remove the CAMERA from the CAMERA DOCK.
[6] Disconnect the USB CABLE from the CAMERA DOCK.
[7] Connect the USB CABLE to the CAMERA.
[8] Download the 2 images with the USER SOFTWARE. If successful, the USB CONNECTOR on the TB3 BOARD
is operating correctly.

Checking the Accessories


VIDEO CABLE
[1] Disconnect the USB CABLE from the CAMERA.
[2] Connect the VIDEO MONITOR to the CAMERA with the VIDEO CABLE.
[3] If you are not using the internal memory, insert a MEMORY CARD with image files into the CAMERA.
[4] Energize the CAMERA.
[5] Press the “REVIEW” BUTTON.
[6] Check that the MONITOR LCD de-energizes and the image displays on the VIDEO MONITOR.
[7] De-energize the CAMERA.
[8] Remove the MEMORY CARD.

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Diagnostics

[9] Energize the CAMERA.


[10] Check that the green LED next to the VIEWFINDER blinks.

Kodak P20 ZOOM FLASH

Important
If the customer sends a P20 ZOOM FLASH with the CAMERA, you must do this procedure.
[1] Install the P20 ZOOM FLASH onto the HOT SHOE on the CAMERA.
[2] Energize:
• P20 ZOOM FLASH
• CAMERA
[3] Set the mode to “AUTO”.
[4] Wait until the READY LIGHT on the P20 ZOOM FLASH remains illuminated.
[5] Press the SHUTTER BUTTON to the “S2” position.
[6] Check that the FLASH operates.
[7] Use:
• MANUAL ZOOM RING
• ZOOM LENS
[8] Set the zoom to 140 mm.
[9] Do Step 4 - Step 6 again.

Checking the Internal Components of the CAMERA

Important
For operations of the “Warranty Channel Returns” department, do not do LENS - “Lens Adjustment (90 cm)” on
Page 36.
[1] Connect the CAMERA DOCK to the computer with the USB CABLE.
[2] Install:
• MEMORY CARD in the CAMERA
• CAMERA on the CAMERA DOCK
[3] Do:
• Checking the ACTUATION, FLASH, and POWER-ON COUNTERS Without the SERVICE SOFTWARE on
Page 27
• Setting the Defaults for the CAMERA - “Set Default” on Page 62
• Setting the ID for the CAMERA - “USB Storage” on Page 64

Checking the External Components of the CAMERA


[1] Check the COVERS of the CAMERA for scratches.
[2] If necessary, install new COVERS.
[3] Clean:
• COVERS
• SCREEN on the MONITOR LCD
• VIEWFINDER WINDOW
• FLASH COVER
[4] Check and clean the LENS.

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Section 4: Adjustments

LENS - “Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) Shift Lens Adjustment”


Adjustment Specification

Purpose: To set the value for the position of the image on the LCD to the position of the LENS.
Do When: After installing a new:
• CP1 BOARD - MCU
• MONITOR LCD AY
• LENS AY
Specification: None
Special Tools: • SERVICE SOFTWARE
• Computer
• 5 V AC ADAPTER
• USB CABLE
• TARGET - shift lens adjustment

Prerequisites:
None

To Check:
[1] Do Step 1 - Step 5 of the procedure “To Adjust:” on Page 30.

To Adjust:
[1] Set the CAMERA 114 +/- 1 cm (44.9 +/- 0.4 in.) from the TARGET by using:
• SLOT 6
• red holes
• CAMERA NEST in the red hole for the TRIPOD
[2] Do “Connecting to the SERVICE SOFTWARE” on Page 75.

[3] Click “Test” to display the menu.


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[4] Select “Monitor”.

the center of the screen


the center of the cross symbol

SHIFT LENS ADJUSTMENT TARGET


P264_9002AA

Note
• This is an example of the TARGET.
• The actual TARGET does not have the lines or DOTS.
[5] Check that the MONITOR LCD displays the TARGET.
[6] Adjust the position of the CAMERA to align the center of the MONITOR LCD a small distance up and to the left
of the center of the symbol on the TARGET.

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[7] Click “Test” to display the menu.

[8] Select “EIS Adj”.


[9] After the test, check:
• result and adjustment value display
• does not display “NG”
[10] Click [OK].

Postrequisites:
None

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LENS - “EIS Confirmation and Adjustment”


Adjustment Specification

Purpose: To provide calibration information for the CP1 BOARD - MCU to adjust the position of the
LENS.
Do When: After installing a new:
• CP1 BOARD - MCU
• MONITOR LCD AY
• LENS AY
Specification: “FOCUS OK” displays.
Special Tools: • SERVICE SOFTWARE
• Computer
• 5 V AC ADAPTER
• USB CABLE
• TARGET - shift lens adjustment

Prerequisites:
None

To Check:
You cannot check this adjustment.

To Adjust:
[1] Set the CAMERA 114 +/- 1 cm (44.9 +/- 0.4 in.) from the TARGET by using.
• SLOT 6
• red holes
• CAMERA NEST in the red hole for the TRIPOD
[2] Do “Connecting to the SERVICE SOFTWARE” on Page 75.

[3] In the “Cal Data” field, type: 2

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[4] Click [OK].


[5] In the “Cal Mode” field, type: 156
[6] Click [OK].

[7] In the “Cal Mode” field, type: 155


[8] Click [OK].
[9] Check that the “Dsc Calibration” window:
• displays “Data1=155”
• does not display “NG”
[10] Click “Test” to display the menu.

[11] Select “EIS Check”.


[12] Check that the “Dsc Calibration” window:
• displays
– “Data1=155”
– “ManualAdj OK”
• does not display “NG”

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[13] Click [OK].

Postrequisites:
None

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LENS - “Lens Adjustment (90 cm)”


Adjustment Specification

Purpose: To measure and store the values for the focus.


Do When: After installing a new:
• CP1 BOARD - MCU
• MONITOR LCD AY
• LENS AY
Specification: The test results must comply with the specification values.
• “AF_WIDE: ZW” focus at zoom position “Wide”
– -50<=ZW<=50
• “AF_MID1: ZM1” focus at zoom position center 1
– -25<=(ZM1-ZW)<=25
• “AF_MID2: ZM2” focus at zoom position center 2
– -35<=(ZM2-ZW)<=35
• “AF_MID3: ZM3” focus at zoom position center 3
– -25<=(ZM3-ZW)<=25
• “AF_MID4: ZM4” focus at zoom position center 4
– -25<=(ZM4-ZW)<=25
• “AF_MID5: ZM5” focus at zoom position center 5
– -30<=(ZM5-ZW)<=30
• “AF_MID6: ZM6” focus at zoom position center 6
– -30<=(ZM6-ZW)<=30
• “AF_TELE: ZT” focus at zoom position “Tele”
– -35<=(ZT-ZW)<=35
Special Tools: • SERVICE SOFTWARE
• Computer
• 5 V AC ADAPTER
• USB CABLE
• TARGET - Siemens star

Prerequisites:
None

To Check:
You cannot check this adjustment.

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To Adjust:

STAR TARGET

P264_9001AA

[1] Set the CAMERA 90 +/- 0.5 cm (35.4 +/- 0.2 in.) from the TARGET by using:
• SLOT 4
• yellow holes in the CAMERA NEST
• TRIPOD MOUNT
[2] Do “Connecting to the SERVICE SOFTWARE” on Page 75.

[3] Click [Focus].

[4] Click [Yes] to continue.


[5] Check that the “Dsc Calibration” window:
• displays the adjustments within the specifications
• does not display “NG: X”
[6] Click [OK].

Postrequisites:
None

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LENS - “Lens Adjustment (Infinity)”


Adjustment Specification

Purpose: To measure and store the values for the focus.


Do When: After installing a new:
• CP1 BOARD - MCU
• MONITOR LCD AY
• LENS AY
Specification: The test results must comply with the specification values.
• “AF_I_WIDE: ZIW” focus at zoom position “Wide”
– -50<=ZIW<=50
• “AF_I_MID1: ZIM1” focus at zoom position center 1
– -25<=(ZIM1-ZIW)<=25
• “AF_I_MID2: ZIM2” focus at zoom position center 2
– -35<=(ZIM2-ZIW)<=35
• “AF_I_MID3: ZIM3” focus at zoom position center 3
– -25<=(ZIM3-ZIW)<=25
• “AF_I_MID4: ZIM4” focus at zoom position center 4
– -25<=(ZIM4-ZIW)<=25
• “AF_MID5: ZIM5” focus at zoom position center 5
– -30<=(ZIM5-ZIW)<=30
• “AF_MID6: ZIM6” focus at zoom position center 6
– -30<=(ZIM6-ZIW)<=30
• “AF_I_TELE: ZIT” focus at zoom position “Tele”
– -35<=(ZIT-ZIW)<=35
Special Tools: • SERVICE SOFTWARE
• Computer
• 5 V AC ADAPTER
• USB CABLE
• COLLIMATOR

Prerequisites:
None

To Check:
You cannot check this adjustment.

To Adjust:
[1] Energize the COLLIMATOR.
[2] Set:
• COLLIMATOR to “infinity”
• CAMERA in the center of the screen of the COLLIMATOR without the LENS touching the COLLIMATOR
[3] Do “Connecting to the SERVICE SOFTWARE” on Page 75.

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[4] Click “Test” to display the menu.

[5] Select “Infinity Cal.”.


[6] Check that the “Dsc Calibration” window:
• displays the adjustments within the specifications
• does not display “NG: X”
[7] Click [OK].

Postrequisites:
None

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CCD - “Auto White Balance (AWB)”


Adjustment Specification

Important
Do not use the CAMERA DOCK in this procedure.

Purpose: To measure and store the values for the color balance of red, green and blue for the CCD.
Do When: • The color of the images is not correct.
• After installing a new:
– CP1 BOARD - MCU
– MONITOR LCD AY
– LENS AY
Specification: The test results must comply with the specification values.
• “AGC”
– a1<1023
– a2<1023
– a3<1023
– a4<1023
– a5<1023
• “CHECK”
– wc0=128+/-2
– wc1=128+/-2
– wc2=130+/-40
• “MS”
– 2400<ms1<3500
– 2600<ms2<3800
• “MS_M”
– 2400<ms3<3600
– 2600<ms4<3700
Special Tools: • SERVICE SOFTWARE
• Computer
• USB CABLE
• 5 V AC ADAPTER
• PATTERN BOX

Prerequisites:
None

To Check:
You cannot check this adjustment.

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To Adjust:
[1] Energize the PATTERN BOX.

CAMERA

PATTERN BOX
(COLOR VIEWER)
P264_9003AA

[2] Set the PATTERN BOX:


• color temperature: 3100 +/- 20 K
• luminance: 900+/- 20 cd/m2

Important
• The CAMERA LENS moves during the test.
• Hold the CAMERA against the PATTERN BOX carefully to stop light from entering.
[3] Place the CAMERA 0 cm (0 in.) from the PATTERN BOX without entering any light.
[4] Do “Connecting to the SERVICE SOFTWARE” on Page 75.

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[5] Click [AWB].

[6] Click [Yes].


[7] Check that the “Dsc Calibration” window:
• displays values that are within the specifications
• does not display “NG”
[8] Click [OK].

Postrequisites:
None

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CCD - “White Point Defect Detect”


Adjustment Specification

Important
Do not use the CAMERA DOCK in this procedure.

Purpose: To measure and store the values for the number of white pixels.
Do When: • The image has pixels that should not be white.
• After installing a new:
– CP1 BOARD - MCU
– MONITOR LCD AY
– LENS AY
Specification: The “Dsc Calibration” window displays the number of pixels that have a malfunction.
Special Tools: • SERVICE SOFTWARE
• Computer
• USB CABLE
• 5 V AC ADAPTER
• PATTERN BOX

Prerequisites:
None

To Check:
You cannot check this adjustment.

To Adjust:
[1] Energize the PATTERN BOX.

CAMERA

PATTERN BOX
(COLOR VIEWER)
P264_9003AA

[2] Set the PATTERN BOX:


• color temperature: 3100 +/- 20 K
• luminance: 900+/- 20 cd/m2

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[3] Place the CAMERA 0 cm (0 in.) from the PATTERN BOX without entering any light.
[4] Do “Connecting to the SERVICE SOFTWARE” on Page 75.

[5] Click “Test” to display the menu.

[6] Select “CCD Defect”.

[7] Click [Yes].

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[8] Check that the “Dsc Calibration” window:


• displays values that are within the specifications
• does not display “detect_ng”
[9] Click [OK].

Postrequisites:
None

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CCD - “Black Point and White Point Defect Detect”


Adjustment Specification

Important
Do not use the CAMERA DOCK in this procedure.

Purpose: To measure and store the values for the number of black pixels.
Do When: • The image has pixels that are not correct.
• After installing a new:
– CP1 BOARD - MCU
– MONITOR LCD AY
– LENS AY
Specification: The “Dsc Calibration” window displays the number of pixels that have a malfunction.
Special Tools: • SERVICE SOFTWARE
• Computer
• USB CABLE
• 5 V AC ADAPTER
• PATTERN BOX

Prerequisites:
None

To Check:
You cannot check this adjustment.

To Adjust:
[1] Energize the PATTERN BOX.

CAMERA

PATTERN BOX
(COLOR VIEWER)
P264_9003AA

[2] Set the PATTERN BOX:


• color temperature: 3100 +/- 20 K
• luminance: 900+/- 20 cd/m2

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Important
• The CAMERA LENS moves during the test.
• Hold the CAMERA against the PATTERN BOX carefully to stop light from entering.
[3] Place the CAMERA 0 cm (0 in.) from the PATTERN BOX without entering any light.
[4] Do “Connecting to the SERVICE SOFTWARE” on Page 75.

[5] Click “Test” to display the menu.

[6] Select “CCD Black”.

Note
The test runs automatically.

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[7] Check that the “Dsc Calibration” window:


• displays values
– “number=0”
– “BK=0”
– “WT=0”
• does not display “detect_ng BLACK x, y”
[8] Click [OK].

Postrequisites:
None

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PAF SENSOR - “Up and Down”


Adjustment Specification

Important
Do not use the CAMERA DOCK in this procedure.

Purpose: To measure and store the values for the up and down positions.
Do When: • The image is not correctly aligned vertically.
• After installing a new:
– CP1 BOARD - MCU
– MONITOR LCD AY
– LENS AY
Specification: The PAF SENSOR adjusts to match the TARGET.
Special Tools: • SERVICE SOFTWARE
• Computer
• USB CABLE
• 5 V AC ADAPTER
• TARGET - up and down adjustment
• TRIPOD

Prerequisites:
None

To Check:
You cannot check this adjustment.

To Adjust:
[1] Place the CAMERA on the TRIPOD and tighten the connection.
[2] Set the conditions for the TARGET:
• rotation is within +/- 10 degrees
• luminance: BV2-6
• temperature: 25 +/- 5° C
[3] Place the PAF SENSOR on the CAMERA 300 +/- 1 cm (118.1 +/- 0.4 in.) from the TARGET.
[4] Do “Connecting to the SERVICE SOFTWARE” on Page 75.

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[5] Click [PAF Cal.].

[6] Check that the “PAF Calibration Dialog” window displays.


[7] Select “ON”. The GRAPH displays.

UP AND DOWN ADJUSTMENT TARGET

P264_9004AA

[8] Align the AF FRAME next to the center of the MONITOR LCD with the gray line in the TARGET.
[9] Adjust the PAF SENSOR to the correct up and down positions at the same time checking the GRAPH and
values.

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[10] After adjusting the up and down positions, click [Up/Down Cal.] to set the adjustment value.
[11] Check that the value displays “PAF_up_down: OK”.
[12] Click [OK].

Postrequisites:
None

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PAF SENSOR - “Uniform”


Adjustment Specification

Important
Do not use the CAMERA DOCK in this procedure.

Purpose: To measure and store the values to provide a uniform focus and light of the image.
Do When: • The image focus and light are not uniform.
• After installing a new:
– CP1 BOARD - MCU
– MONITOR LCD AY
– LENS AY
Specification: The PAF SENSOR adjusts to match the TARGET in the PATTERN BOX.
Special Tools: • SERVICE SOFTWARE
• Computer
• USB CABLE
• 5 V AC ADAPTER
• PATTERN BOX

Prerequisites:
None

To Check:
You cannot check this adjustment.

To Adjust:
[1] Energize the PATTERN BOX.

CAMERA

PATTERN BOX
(COLOR VIEWER)
P264_9003AA

[2] Set the PATTERN BOX:


• color temperature: 3100 +/- 20 K
• luminance: 900+/- 20 cd/m2
[3] Place the CAMERA 0 cm (0 in.) from the PATTERN BOX (COLOR VIEWER).

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[4] Do “Connecting to the SERVICE SOFTWARE” on Page 75.

[5] Click [PAF Cal.].


[6] Check that the “PAF Calibration Dialog” window displays.

[7] Click [Uniformity].

[8] Click [Yes].

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[9] Check that the value displays “State=Unif OK”.


[10] Click [OK] to set and display the adjustment values.

Postrequisites:
None

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PAF SENSOR - “Parallax”


Adjustment Specification

Important
Do not use the CAMERA DOCK in this procedure.

Purpose: To adjust the automatic focus feature of the CAMERA to prevent distortion or skew.
Do When: • The image has skew.
• After installing a new:
– CP1 BOARD - MCU
– MONITOR LCD AY
– LENS AY
Specification: The PAF SENSOR adjusts to match the TARGET.
Special Tools: • SERVICE SOFTWARE
• Computer
• USB CABLE
• 5 V AC ADAPTER
• TARGET - parallax adjustment
• TRIPOD

Prerequisites:
None

To Check:
You cannot check this adjustment.

To Adjust:
[1] Place the CAMERA on the TRIPOD and tighten the connection.
[2] Set the conditions for the TARGET:
• rotation is within +/- 10 degrees
• luminance: BV2-6
• temperature: 25 +/- 5° C
[3] Place the PAF SENSOR on the CAMERA 300 +/- 1 cm (118.1 +/- 0.4 in.) from the TARGET.
[4] Do “Connecting to the SERVICE SOFTWARE” on Page 75.

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[5] Click [PAF Cal.].

[6] Check that the “PAF Calibration Dialog” window displays.


[7] Select “ON”.

Note
The GRAPH displays.

PARALLAX ADJUSTMENT TARGET


P264_9006AA

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[8] Align the AF FRAME next to the center of the MONITOR LCD with the TARGET.

[9] Click [Parallax].

[10] Click [Yes] to continue.

[11] Check that the values display.


[12] Click [OK] to set the adjustment value.

Postrequisites:
None

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PAF SENSOR - “Distance”


Adjustment Specification

Important
• Do not use the CAMERA DOCK in this procedure.
• If the adjustment does not complete, the test starts again using the first temperature value.

Purpose: To adjust the automatic focus feature of the CAMERA for distance.
Do When: • The distance in the image is not correct.
• After installing a new:
– CP1 BOARD - MCU
– MONITOR LCD AY
– LENS AY
Specification: The test results must comply with the specification values.
• Temperature when “TEMP” = a 2 point adjustment. For example, 25.0 - 250.
• L=XX:F=XX, each of the 7 series of adjustment values are “OK”
• DIST L, each of the 7 series of adjustment values are “OK”
Special Tools: • SERVICE SOFTWARE
• Computer
• USB CABLE
• 5 V AC ADAPTER
• TARGET - distance adjustment
• TRIPOD

Prerequisites:
None

To Check:
You cannot check this adjustment.

To Adjust:
[1] Place the CAMERA on the TRIPOD and tighten the connection.
[2] Set the conditions for the TARGET:
• rotation is within +/- 10 degrees
• luminance: BV2-6
• temperature: 25 +/- 5° C

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Important
The TARGET is in 3 sections with the labels “1”, “2”, “3”.

DISTANCE ADJUSTMENT TARGET

P264_9005AA

[3] Assemble and adhere the TARGET to the wall.


(a) Align the sections of the TARGET with the labels “1”, “2”, “3” from right to left.
(b) Check that there are no spaces between the sections of the TARGET.
(c) Adhere the TARGET using tape.
[4] Place the PAF SENSOR on the CAMERA 300 +/- 1 cm (118.1 +/- 0.4 in.) from the TARGET.
[5] Do “Connecting to the SERVICE SOFTWARE” on Page 75.

[6] Click [PAF Cal.].

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[7] Check that the “PAF Calibration Dialog” window displays.


[8] Click [Calibration].

[9] Click [Yes].

[10] Check that the distance value displays.

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[11] Determine if the adjustment value is within the specification.

Note
The test is not within specification if:
• any of the 7 series display “NG”
• “TEMP=0” displays
[12] Click [OK].

Postrequisites:
None

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Setting the Defaults for the CAMERA - “Set Default”


Adjustment Specification

Purpose: This feature allows the CAMERA to:


• reset to the defaults
• prepare for user mode
Do When: After doing maintenance on the CAMERA.
Specification: “Initialize Complete !!” displays.
Special Tools: • SERVICE SOFTWARE
• Computer
• USB CABLE

Prerequisites:
None

To Check:
You cannot check this adjustment.

To Adjust:
[1] Do “Connecting to the SERVICE SOFTWARE” on Page 75.

[2] Click “Test” to display the menu.

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[3] Select “Set Default”.

Note
All user values are reset to the defaults.

[4] Check that “Initialize Complete !!” displays in the field.

Postrequisites:
None

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Setting the ID for the CAMERA - “USB Storage”


Adjustment Specification

Purpose: This feature allows the values to be written to the CAMERA:


• VID
• PID
• serial number
Do When: After doing maintenance on the CAMERA.
Specification: The values match the CAMERA.
Special Tools: • SERVICE SOFTWARE
• Computer
• USB CABLE

Prerequisites:
None

To Check:
[1] Do Step 1 to Step 3 in the “To Adjust” procedure.

To Adjust:
[1] Do “Connecting to the SERVICE SOFTWARE” on Page 75.

[2] Click [Get] in “USB Storage”.

Note
The ID values in the CAMERA display.
[3] Compare the serial numbers in the “Serial” field and on the LABEL on the CAMERA.
[4] If the serial numbers are not the same, enter the serial number from the CAMERA in the “Serial” field.
[5] Click [Set].
[6] If the “VID” field does not have “Kodak”, type: Kodak
[7] Click [Set].

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[8] If the “PID” field does not have “Digital Camera”, type: Digital Camera
[9] Click [Set].
[10] If the “Rev.” field does not have “1.00”, type: 1.00
[11] Click [Set].

Postrequisites:
None

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Section 5: Replacements

Important
You must see the “Equipment Parts” on Page 10 for all parts information.

BACK COVER AY
Prerequisites:
None

To Remove:
[1] Remove:
HOT SHOE COVER • COVER from the side
F E COVER • PLATE
CN193
D
• 2 SCREWS A
• 2 SCREWS B
• HOLDER
• HOT SHOE COVER
C
• 2 SCREWS C
BACK • COVER
COVER AY
F • SCREW D

G
• SCREW E
• 6 SCREWS F
• 2 SCREWS G
[2] Disconnect the CONNECTOR CN193.
B [3] Remove the BACK COVER AY.

COVER

G
HOLDER
A
P264_1004GCA
P264_1004GC PLATE

To Install:
[1] Reverse the steps in the removal procedure.

Postrequisites:
None

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MONITOR LCD AND VIEWFINDER AYs


Prerequisites:
[1] Remove the BACK COVER AY.

To Remove:
[1] Remove the 3 SCREWS A.
B CN502
[2] Disconnect the CONNECTORS:
CN801 • CN501
• CN171
[3] Remove:
• MONITOR LCD AY
A
• 2 SCREWS B
[4] Disconnect the CONNECTORS:
• CN502
VIEWFINDER AY B • CN801
A [5] Remove the VIEWFINDER AY.
MONITOR
LCD AY

CN171

CN501 P264_1005GCA
P264_1005GC

To Install:
[1] Reverse the steps in the removal procedure.
[2] Install the BACK COVER AY.

Postrequisites:
None

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FRONT COVER AY
Prerequisites:
[1] Remove:
• BACK COVER AY
• MONITOR LCD AND VIEWFINDER AYs

To Remove:
[1] Remove:
• 4 SCREWS A
• 2 SCREWS B
• FRONT COVER AY
A

A
B

FRONT COVER AY

P264_1006GCA
P264_1006GC

To Install:
[1] Reverse the steps in the removal procedure.
[2] Install:
• MONITOR LCD AND VIEWFINDER AYs
• BACK COVER AY

Postrequisites:
None

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CP1 BOARD - MCU


Prerequisites:
[1] Remove:
• BACK COVER AY
• MONITOR LCD AND VIEWFINDER AYs
• FRONT COVER AY

To Remove:

STROBE AY
CN303 CN191
TB2 ST1
MICROPHONE

SPEAKER
RD GY
WT PK
CP1 BOARD - MCU BL RD
CN302 WT BK GY
ST2 B
CN103 RD

CN702
A
GY
PK
BAT PK GY

WT
A TB3 B
CN192
A
CN301
TB1 CN701
CN101
CN951

P264_1007HCA
P264_1007HC

Caution
• Dangerous Voltage
• You must discharge the CAPACITOR at wires “GY” and “RD from the ST1 BOARD - CAPACITOR”.
[1] Remove SOLDER from wires:
• STROBE AY
– “WT”
– “BK”
– “GY”
– “PK”
• ST1 BOARD - CAPACITOR
– “GY”
– “RD”

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• MICROPHONE
– “RD”
– “BL”
• SPEAKER
– “WT”
– “RD”
• TB3 BOARD - AC ADAPTER/USB CONNECTOR
– “PK”
– “GY”
[2] Disconnect the CONNECTORS:
• CN191
• CN303 from TB2
• CN103
[3] Remove:
• 3 SCREWS A
• 2 SCREWS B
[4] Carefully pull the CP1 BOARD - MCU toward you a small distance.
[5] Remove SOLDER from wires from the BATTERY:
• “GY”
• “PK”
• “WT”
[6] Disconnect the CONNECTORS:
• CN302 from ST2
• CN702
• CN301 from TB1
• CN701
• CN101
• CN951
• CN192
[7] Remove the CP1 BOARD - MCU.

To Install:
[1] Reverse the steps in the removal procedure.
[2] Install:
• FRONT COVER AY
• MONITOR LCD AND VIEWFINDER AYs
• BACK COVER AY

Postrequisites:
None

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Replacements

BATTERY COMPARTMENT AY, TB1 BOARD - SHUTTER AND MODE DIAL,


AND ST1 BOARD - CAPACITOR
Prerequisites:
[1] Remove:
• BACK COVER AY
• MONITOR LCD AND VIEWFINDER AYs
• FRONT COVER AY
• CP1 BOARD - MCU

To Remove:
[1] Remove 2 SCREWS A.
CN601 [2] Disconnect CN301.
GY
RD [3] Remove:
• SOLDER from BATTERY COMPARTMENT
AY at:
– “GY”

GY – “PK”
– “WT”
PK
• SOLDER from ST1 BOARD - CAPACITOR
– “GY”
WT
CN301 – “RD”
• SCREWS
TOP COVER
B – B
D – C
A – D
• TOP COVER

TB1
BOARD Caution
C • Dangerous Voltage
• You must discharge the CAPACITOR at the 4
SOLDER JOINTS on the top of the ST1 BOARD -
CAPACITOR.
E
[4] Remove:
• TB1 BOARD - SHUTTER AND MODE DIAL
• SCREW E
• ST1 BOARD - CAPACITOR

BATTERY
COMPARTMENT
AY
ST1 BOARD
CAPACITOR
P264_1010CCA
P264_1010CC

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To Install:
[1] Reverse the steps in the removal procedure.
[2] Install:
• CP1 BOARD - MCU
• FRONT COVER AY
• MONITOR LCD AND VIEWFINDER AYs
• BACK COVER AY

Postrequisites:
None

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Replacements

LENS, STROBE AY, MICROPHONE AY, and ST2, TB2, TB3 BOARDS
Prerequisites:
[1] Remove:
• BACK COVER AY
• MONITOR LCD AND VIEWFINDER AYs
• FRONT COVER AY
• CP1 BOARD - MCU
• BATTERY COMPARTMENT AY, TB1 BOARD - SHUTTER AND MODE DIAL, AND ST1 BOARD -
CAPACITOR

To Remove:

Important
The CONNECTOR NUMBERS described in the graphic are for your reference and are used in the preceding
procedures.

STROBE AY
MICROPHONE
STROBE AY
CN302
CN702
RD
WT BL CN303 WT PK CN701
BK GY CN191
CN101
RD C
CN702
CN951
CN303

CN103
CN701
PK A
GY CN191 TB2 BOARD
CN302
TB3 BOARD
PAF AY
SPEAKER CN101
ST2 BOARD
F G CN951
B
SPEAKER

MICROPHONE E LENS AY

CN103

P264_1009HCA D
P264_1009HC TB3 BOARD
[1] Remove:
• 3 SCREWS A
• LENS AY
• SCREW B
• STROBE AY
• SCREW C
• TB2 BOARD - FOCUS AND STROBE MODE

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• SCREW D
• TB3 BOARD - AC ADAPTER/USB CONNECTOR
• SCREW E
• MICROPHONE AND SPEAKER AY
• SCREW F
• ST2 BOARD - STROBE POSITION
• SCREW G
• PAF AY

To Install:
[1] Reverse the steps in the removal procedure.
[2] Install:
• BATTERY COMPARTMENT AY, TB1 BOARD - SHUTTER AND MODE DIAL, AND ST1 BOARD -
CAPACITOR
• CP1 BOARD - MCU
• “FRONT COVER AY” on Page 68
• “MONITOR LCD AND VIEWFINDER AYs” on Page 67
• “BACK COVER AY” on Page 66

Postrequisites:
None

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Additional Service Procedures

Section 6: Additional Service Procedures

Installing the SERVICE SOFTWARE


[1] Which version of the Microsoft Windows OPERATING SYSTEM are you using?
Windows 98, ME, 2000 Windows XP
a. Install the Kodak EasyShare SOFTWARE. Continue with Step 2.
b. Advance to Step 3.

[2] Which version of the Kodak EasyShare SOFTWARE are you using?
Version 4 Version 5
a. Install the Kodak EasyShare SOFTWARE. a. Select the “Custom” installation.
b. Continue with Step 3. b. Load only the connection DRIVERS for the
CAMERA.
c. Continue with Step 3.

[3] From the Kodak Partner Site, make a copy of the .zip file of the “Software and Firmware” for the CAMERA.
[4] Decompress 3 files from the .zip file.
• “DscCalDi.exe”
• “camapi32.dll”
• “PTPApi32.dll”
[5] Make a folder on your HARD DRIVE for the software.
[6] Place the 3 files into the folder.

Connecting to the SERVICE SOFTWARE


[1] Connect to the SERVICE SOFTWARE.
To connect without the CAMERA DOCK To connect with the CAMERA DOCK
1. Connect: 1. Connect:
• USB CABLE between the CAMERA • USB CABLE between the CAMERA DOCK and the
and the computer computer
• 5 V AC ADAPTER to the CAMERA • 5 V AC ADAPTER to the CAMERA DOCK
2. Energize the CAMERA. 2. Place the CAMERA on the CAMERA DOCK.
3. Energize the CAMERA.
4. Press the TRANSFER BUTTON on the CAMERA DOCK.

[2] Check:
• “Transfer” window displays
• green LED at the “ON” SWITCH of the CAMERA illuminates

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[3] Click [Cancel].


[4] Double-click the “DscCalDi.exe” icon.

[5] Check that the screen for the SERVICE SOFTWARE displays.

[6] If the “Can not get version.” window displays when you run the SERVICE SOFTWARE:
• Click [OK].
• Check:
– CAMERA is energized
– connections for the USB CABLE
– connections for the 5 V AC ADAPTER
– connections to the CAMERA DOCK
– all of the SERVICE SOFTWARE files are installed in the folder. See “Installing the SERVICE
SOFTWARE” on Page 75

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Additional Service Procedures

Preparing the Test Equipment


Using the PATTERN BOX
[1] Energize the PATTERN BOX.
[2] Wait 30 minutes for the equipment to warm before using.
[3] Adjust:
• color temperature to 3100 +/- 20 K
• luminance to 900 +/- 20 cd/m2

Using the CAMERA NEST

Placement of Color of STICKERS for


Distance CAMERA NEST Placement of PINS Placement of TARGET
300 cm (118.1 in.) TRIPOD Green On the wall.
40 cm (15.7 in.) GEN II FIXTURE Yellow SLOT 4
114 cm (44.9 in.) GEN II FIXTURE Red SLOT 6

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SERVICE MANUAL

Upgrading the Firmware Using the MEMORY CARD

Important
When you install a new CP1 BOARD - MCU, the correct version of the firmware file must be installed.
[1] Connect the 5 V AC ADAPTER to the CAMERA.
[2] Energize the CAMERA.
[3] Check that “AUTO...” is selected for the “IMAGE STORAGE”.
[4] De-energize the CAMERA.
[5] Insert:
• MEMORY CARD in a CARD READER
• CARD READER in the computer
[6] Format the MEMORY CARD.
[7] Make a folder in the root directory on the MEMORY CARD with the name “System”.
[8] Obtain the firmware file “KP850nnn.FW” from the https://partner.kodak.com/ Web site.
[9] Make a copy of the new version of the “KP850nnn.FW” file.
[10] Install the “KP850nnn.FW” file into the “System” folder on the MEMORY CARD.
[11] Remove the MEMORY CARD from the computer.
[12] Install the MEMORY CARD into the CAMERA.

Important
Do not select any other mode during the energizing.
[13] Energize the CAMERA.
[14] Check that the CAMERA energizes.
[15] Do the steps that display on the MONITOR LCD using the JOYSTICK to select:
• “Upgrade”
• “Continue”
[16] Check that downloading begins.
[17] Wait until downloading completes.
[18] When the downloading is completed, select either “Delete upgrade file” or “Exit”.
[19] De-energize the CAMERA.
[20] Remove the MEMORY CARD.
[21] Energize the CAMERA.
[22] Check that the firmware on the CAMERA is the correct version.
[23] If either of the following conditions occur, do this procedure again:
• upgrading the firmware was not successful
• 5 V AC ADAPTER is disconnected from the CAMERA during the downloading

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Additional Service Procedures

Upgrading the Firmware Using the Internal Memory


[1] Obtain the firmware “KP850nnn.fw” from the https://partner.kodak.com/ Web site.
[2] Make a copy of the “KP850nnn.fw” file.
[3] Remove the MEMORY CARD from the CAMERA.
[4] Connect a USB CABLE to:
• CAMERA
• computer
[5] Energize the CAMERA.
[6] On the “EasyShare Transfer” window, click [Cancel].
[7] Select:
• “KP850nnn.FW” file
• Edit>Copy
[8] Double-click:
• “My Computer” icon
• “P850 Camera” icon
• “Internal Memory” folder
[9] Select:
• firmware file in the “Internal Memory” folder
• Edit>Paste
[10] De-energize the CAMERA.
[11] Disconnect the USB CABLE from:
• CAMERA
• computer
[12] Energize the CAMERA.
[13] Do the steps that display on the MONITOR LCD using the JOYSTICK to select:
• “Upgrade”
• “Continue”

Note
The upgrading of the firmware file completes in less than 2 minutes.
[14] Select “Exit”.
[15] De-energize the CAMERA.
[16] Energize the CAMERA.
[17] Check that the firmware on the CAMERA is the correct version.

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System Overview

Block

Section 7: Diagrams
SERVICE MANUAL
DC+ , DC-
PON
PWA BLOCK BATT+ CN562 CN951 CP1(TCA)
ASPAON STROBO UNIT IC732 IC733
CAMPWR IMAGE STABILIZER IC726 BA5962FVM
ASPAON3A ACPR HOT SHOE LENS BLOCK AMP
TC7WU04FU
LCDON DCIN ST3 BOARD IC951 IC751 INV
LCDON2
EVFON POWER BLOCK
BATTEMP
STA BLOCK
CN561 UPD168117AFC
LENS DRIVER
EMC-03MA-R
GYRO H IC730
M62354AGP
IC721
NJU7043RB1
AMP LENS
LCDBL CN193 IC729 IC724 IC722
DC-DC Converter PAF UNIT Electronic 4Flash IC752 D/A C
AD8542ARMZ
EVFBL FICTL EMC-03MB-R
IC731 AMP
VRON GYRO V
IC197 TC74MH244FK
CHG
TC7SZ125FU BUFFER IC728 IC725 IC723
NJM12904R
CN701
LCD Back-Light CHGSEL BUFFER IC754 AMP
EVF Back-Light CN191 VMONIT
TC7W66FK IC703
TEMP IC198 SWITCH TC7SET08FU
SELFLED TC7SZ125FU AND DOCSK DOSB DOOPS
BUFFER USBCNT_C
19.6608MHz IC701 USBCNT_D
PST3646RL
ASFLOUT X7001 ZJACKIN
IC191 IC192 IC702 RESET
ADCS7477AIMFX ZCARD
TC7MH273FK 16bit TEMP
POWER SUPPLY A/D C IC753
(D-FF) IC199
CPU AD8542ARMZ DCIN
TC7PA17FU AMP
SCHMITT ACPR
VMONIT
BATTEMP
PAFSDATA
PAFEND

IC121 DP USB+
FLCTL

PPCS
ZCS0 DM USB-
Address A[1:21]
TV00058002AQGH PON
Data D[0:15] SDI SYA BLOCK SELFLED
PROGRAM SDO
X3002
SREQ IC301 VRON
FLASH IC103 SD[0:31]
SA[0:13]
SCK
MRST
32.768kHz
8bit
LCDON
LCDON2
EDS2532AABH-E X3001 EVFON
+ SDRAM SRCLK COMREQ BACK UP
4MHz CPU LCDBL
NAND EVFBL

IC101 JOG
IC302
BD4289FVM
CHG
CHGSEL
CHGCTL
ZCARD ASSHUT1
ASSHUT2
SX8 DIAL

CN141 Q1402 MB87Q1201BGL-G-SANE1 TB4 BOARD FOCUS SW POWER LED

CN303
BAT SW FLASH
LCD/EVF SW
SD Card SYSTEM

CN301
MODE DAIL
TB2 BOARD
Socket SDWP,CDET ASIC CA1 BOARD CMD DIAL
ZOOM SW
X1101 X IN IC901
ASFLOUT IC903 SHUTTER SW
48MHz
CN101

CN901

ASPAON,ASPAON3 IC195 CXD3443GA ICX495AQF


TC7MH273FK X OUT V. DRIVER CCD TB1 BOARD
VMUTE
(D-FF)
CLK2ON

FICTL ASSHUT1
IC906
AUDSD

IC194
AUDCK
AUDLD
A OUT
V OUT

IC106 AVDD HD49353NP TC7PA17FU


A IN

TILT SENSOR TILTON TK11126CSCL A/D C, IC904


(AUDIO) TK11130CSCL SCHMITT ASSHUT2
REG H. DRIVER
IC193 CCD BLOCK REG
SPEAKER
TS0002
IC181 IC182
BH6412KN-E2 NJM2860F3-03 MIC
REG DC+ , DC-
USB+ JK671
DMA(LCD)CIRCUIT IC171 Audio Amp Driver
CN103

USB-
CN671
CN171

LCD Back-Light CN501 SN74LVC1G08DCKR USBCNT_C

CN672
Audio out
LCD IC172 AND
2.5 inch LM8261M5X/NOPB IC152 TB3 BOARD
ZJACKIN OR
VCOM AMP LA73073CL
EVF Back-Light VFA CIRCUIT Y+C
CN502
CN801

Video Out CN102


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Driver USB+
EVF IC801 USB-
0.24 inch DOCSK DOSB DOOPS
KCD-A210-BA-TP CAMPWR
VMUTE DOCK
IC131 USBCNT_C BATT+
TC7SH86FU USBCNT_D CONNECT
USBCNT_D
EXOR CHGCTL
P264_0001FC_

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CA1 CIRCUIT - CCD


+3.45V(A) +3.25V(D)

5 CA1 DMA(MAIN)
IC195
IC904 1 9
TK11130CSCL ASPAON3
REG
4
-7.7V(A) +15.2V(A) +3.0V
IC101
15 7,25
26

16

Y1
DVdd3 DVdd12,AVdd12 D[0:9] AD2
VDD
VL

15 Q9001 21
LENS O_LPF VOUT CDS_in
IC906 R2 AD11
28 11
IC903 H2A H2A HD49353NP CS
29 P9 CCDEN
27 10 30 M9
H1A H1A Sdata CCDSD
ICX495AQF 19 13
CDS, AGC, A/D C 31 U10
H2B H2B H. DRIVER
SCK CCDCK
CCD 18 12 19 AD5
H1B H1B VD_in TGVD
17 18 Y6
RG
16
RG
HD_in TGHD
17 V1
CLK_in ADCK
24 CSUB

23 SUB

1,2,3

4,5,6

13,10,11,12
V1A,V1B,V2

7,8,9

14
V3A,V3B,VST

VHLD,V6,V7A,V7B
V4,V5A,V5B

V8

+3.45V(A) -7.7V(A) +15.2V(A)

A3 J2 R9
V8 XV8
XV8

A2,B3,B4,B9 IC901 D2,K1,J10,E2,E1,J11 T9,AC1,W2, XVH,XV6,XV7,


VHLD,V6,V7A,V7B CXD3443GA XVH,XV6,XV7,XSG3B,XSG2C AD3,Y5 XSG3B,XSG2C
B8,A5,B7 V. DRIVER E10,F2,H10,F1,H11 V6,U9,AD4,AA6 XV4,XV5,
V4,V5A,V5B XV4,XV5,XSG1B,XSG2B XSG1B,XSG2B
B6,A7,C10 G10,G2,F11,H1,K11 AB2,W6,AA5,Y7 XV3,XVS,
V3A,V3B,VST XV3,XSG3A,XSG1C,XVS XSG3A,XSG1C
A8,B5,A9 F10,H2,E11,J1,D11 AA7,AE3,W5,AC2 XV1,XV2,
V1A,V1B,V2 XV1,XSG1A,XSG2A,XV2 XSG1A,XSG2A

C2 B1 N9
XSUB
XSUB
SUB

T6
Q9002
SUBGT
W21
SUBGT2

P264_0002FC_

CA1 CIRCUIT - CCD

Diagrams
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CP1 BOARD - MCU

SERVICE MANUAL
PAF UNIT IC192
A/D SRCLK IC103
Converter 256Mbit TILT IC121 IC121
CP1 BLOCK
PAF SD Card
SDRAM 256Mbit 32Mbit
from SYA Slant1 Slant2 NAND Frash
SELF LED SELFLED Address2 Data2

CA1 BLOCK Data1


ADCK
Address1
AD DATA JPEG
Controller Card CPU
IC906
SDRAM Control
CDS AGC IC901
CCD SG/TG Controller USB+
12bitA/D C V. Driver JPEG
USB USB-
AF/AE.AWB
SRAM Signal
IC903 Integrator UART
48.0MHz Controller Processor
IS-CCD
5Mega Pixcel CLK.
GEN JTAG
Encoder

LENS IC951 IC101 PIO


To CA1
LENS 8bit 8bit 8bit
Driver SYSTEM D/A D/A A/D To LCD
SIO
ASIC To EVF MIC
To AUDIO

TCA BLOC K ASPAON3A TO PAF UNIT


ASPAON SELFLED
IC181
Shift LENZ IC702 32.768
IC301 KHz Y+C Audio
Driver A OUT
Driver 16bit JOG Dial 8bit IC152
CPU IC801 Video V OUT SPEAKER
PO CPU 4MHz EVF Driver
H,V Driver
Gyro DOSCK DOSB DOOPS TB3 BLOCK
Sensor USB
SYA BLOCK

USB+AV
JACK

DC JACK
STA BLOCK
DC-DC MODE Dial FOCUS
Battery Converter Electoronic CMD Dial DOCK
SW FLASH
Flash ZOOM SW LCD/EVF
Extra Flash CONNECTOR
SHUTTER SW
TB2 BLOCK ST3 BLOCK

POWER LED
PWA BLOCK LCD EVF
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BAT SW Display Display


ST1 BLOCK TB1 BLOCK 2.5inch 0.24inch
TB4 BLOCK

P264_0004FC_
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Diagrams

LENS FPC

UNREG
IC531 BOOST5.25V
PON DD CONV.

LENS BLOCK
CN951

PICTL VCC ZOOM 7


(IC101 R21pin) Q9502

ZOOM
ZPI SENS ZOOM 6 PI
(IC101 M25pin)
FPI Q9503 IRED ZOOM 8
(IC101 M20pin)

11
VM VCC FOCUS
FOCUS
IC951 SENS FOCUS 9 PI
UPD168117AFC
MODE2 45 IRED FOCUS 10
MODE2
(IC101 U20pin)
MODE3 59
MODE3
(IC101 AA24pin)
MODE4 47
MODE4/IN4B
(IC101 AB25pin)

ZOE 60 10 ZOOM A 3
(IC101 G25pin) OE21/IN3A OUT3A
ZCW 29 9 ZOOM /A 1
(IC101 V21pin) CW2/IN4A OUT3B
ZM.M
ZCLK 48 14 ZOOM B 4
(IC101 U24pin) CLK2/IN3B OUT4A
13 ZOOM /B 2
OUT4B
ZOOM DRIVER
FOE 31 17 FOCUS A 14
(IC101 AE4pin) OE1 OUT1A
FCW 49 16 FOCUS /A 12
CW1 OUT1B
(IC101 AA25pin)
FC.M
FCLK 30 21 FOCUS B 13
CLK1 OUT2A
(IC101 V25pin)
41 20 FOCUS /B 15
FB1 OUT2B
FICTL Q9504
(IC195 16pin) 40
FB2
FOCUS DRIVER
IIN1 57 25 IG A 20
(IC101 AA1pin) IN5A OUT5A
IIN2 50, 61, 62, 63, 64 23 IG /A 18
(IC101 V5pin) IN5B OUT5B
IR.M
IIN3 44 27 IG B 19
(IC101 U6pin) IN6A OUT6A
IIN4 58 28 IG /B 21
(IC101 Y2pin) IN6B OUT6B
IRIS DRIVER

SIN1 52 5 SH DRV+ 16
(IC101 AA2pin) IN7A OUT7A
ST.M
SIN2 34 4 SH DRV- 17
(IC101 AB1pin) IN7B OUT7B
SHUTTER DRIVER

LENS DRIVER
P264_0003EC_

LENS FPC

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STROBE CIRCUIT

SERVICE MANUAL
CHARGING CIRCUIT

C5407 D5402, D5403 C5412(ST1)


Q5402
Q5406 C5414(ST1)
POWER FILTER OSCILLATION RECTIFIER
UNREG(ST)
BLOCK TRANSFORMER CIRCUIT
TO PWA

CHG
VOLTAGE
VMONIT
MONITOR
FLCTRL CIRCUIT
CHGSEL
TO DMA(MAIN)

Q5405, D5406 Q5409


OSCILLATION EMISSION
CIRCUIT CONTROL
CIRCUIT LIGHT EMITTING
ELEMENT
(XENON TUBE)

TRIGGER
CIRCUIT

LIGHT EMISSION CIRCUIT


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P264_0007FC_
STROBE CIRCUIT

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Power Distribution

Functional
Q5003 F5003
DC+ UNREG(ST)
TO STA
TO TB3
IC531,Q5301
F5001 Q5004 F5004
BAT+ DC/DC Q5303,Q5304
CONVERTER
TO BATTERY F5005
UNREG(SY)
F5002 L5008, Q5006 +15.2V(A)
STEP UP -7.7V(A)
DL1 CIRCUIT
INVERTING +15V(L)
CIRCUIT
ONSD

VDD3
ONM

+5V(L)
ONSU

PVSD BOOST5.25V
L5007, Q5007 Q5010
DL2 5.25V(T)
18 14 8 7 STEP UP
36 34 CIRCUIT IC503 3.6V(E)
IC501 REGULATOR +3.45V(A)

27 LXM L5006 +1.25V(D)


SWITCHING
CONTROL STEP DOWN
24 CIRCUIT IC502
MAX1566ETL+T REGULATOR
22
LXSU L5005 VRON
Q5018
35 6 VR STEP UP PON
40 29 4 28 CIRCUIT
VR501 ASPAON
ON3
ON2
ON1

LCDON
LXSD L5004
LCDON2
STEP DOWN
CIRCUIT EVFON
ASPAON3A
LCDBL
Q5012
L5009, Q5008 EVFBL
DL3 Q5013
STEP UP
CIRCUIT TO DMA(MAIN)
CN501
CURRENT 1 LED_AN
DEDECTOR
CIRCUIT 2 LED_CA
TO LCD
CN502
1 EVFAN
2 EVFCA
TO EVF

Diagrams
P264_0005FC_
Power Distribution
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Subsystem Control

SERVICE MANUAL
UNREG(SY)
BOOST5.25V BOOST5.25V
ALWAYS3.2V TO DMA(MAIN)

59 VDD1
IC302 9 VDD2 ACPR
AL3.2V 8
UNREG 7
VDD 6
RESET 5

CAMPWR 26
BATTERY 36 VDD3
BACKUP
Q3001 53 RESET DOSCK
DOCK SCK 4
DOSB
DOCK SB 3
BAT_OFF DOOPS
OFF

49
4 BAT

OP SERIAL 52
3 LI

CHGCTL
DOCK CHG 18
1
2

60 BATTERY USBCNT_D
BACK UP DOCK USB 62
USBCNT_C
USB_CONNECT 30
Z3001 2 BACKUP_CTL

11 SCAN IN0 CHG


CHG ON 6
12 SCAN IN1
13 SCAN IN2
IC301 VMONIT 61
VMONIT
TO DMA(MAIN)
25 SCAN IN3 8bit MICRO XCIN 54
29 SCAN IN4
23 SCAN IN5
PROCESSOR X3002
32KHz
87F5932AU-TQFP7-E XCOUT 55

XOUT 58
X3001
FAVORITE S1 -- PROG DRIVE PROG RAM PROG EXP 44 SCAN OUT0 4MHz
XIN 57
PWSW -- TELE1 TELE2 WIDE1 WIDE2 43 SCAN OUT1
CN301, SREQ TO DMA(MAIN)
SREQ 50
CN302, REVIEW MENU INFO SET DELETE AE/AF LOCK 42 SCAN OUT2 SDO
CN303 SI 64
SDI
SHARE LEFT OK DOWN UP RIGHT 41 SCAN OUT3 SO 63
SCK
S3001 SCK 1
~

FLASH FOCUS AVJACK -- CARD BAT_SW 34 SCAN OUT4


S3008 MRST
MAIN RESET 17
LCD/EVF POP UP -- -- PW_TEST TEST 33 SCAN OUT5 LCD ON 21
LCDON

Q3002 LCDBL
LCD BL 31
BACKUP3.2V SW3.2V P ON 19
PON
28 SW3.2V ON LCDON2
LCD ON2 8

CN301 Q3003 COMREQ


COMREQ_BOOT 45
PWLED 5 PW LED
PW LED 12 EVFON
14 SHUTTER 2nd EVF ON 15
S2 11
EVFBL
20 CMD IN2 EVF BL 16
CMD IN 2 16 CHGSEL
CMD IN 1 15 51 CMD IN1 CHGSEL 22
VRON
MODE SW_AD 10 46 MDSW_AD VR ON 32
DCIN
DC IN 40
TO TB1 CN601 TEMP
PAF TEMP 48
Q3003
SELFCTL SELFLED
SELF LED 24

TH ON 27
11NOV05 – SM7648-1

BATTEMP
BT TEMP 47

Q3002
AL3.2V

P264_0008FC_
Subsystem Control

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87 SM7648-1 – 11NOV05

P264_0009FC_
CA1
Z2

XV6
XV7
XV5
XV3
XV1
XV8
XV2
XV4

AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7
AD8
AD9
XVS

BAT_SW
XVH

TB4
AD10
AD11

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

-7.7V(A)
+3.45(A)

CN901
XSUB
+3.25(D)

TGVD
ADCK

TGHD
Z1

XSG3B
XSG2A
XSG1B
XSG2B
XSG3A
XSG1A

+15.2V(A)
XSG1C
XSG2C
SUBGT

CCDEN
CCDSD
CCDCK
SUBGT2
ASPAON4

ASPAON3

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
DOCK

9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10

Z1
Z1

Z2
D-
D+
SB
NC
NC
NC
NC
XV6
XV7
XV5
XV3
XV1
XV8
XV2
XV4

AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7
AD8
AD9

CD1
CD3
CD2
XVS

SCK
XVH

AD10
AD11

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

BAT+
BAT+
-7.7V(A)

CN102
XSUB

TGVD
ADCK

VIDEO
TGHD

AUDIO
Z2
CN101

VBUS2
VBUS1
+15.2V(A)
XSG3B
XSG2A
XSG1B
XSG2B
XSG3A
XSG1A
+3.45V(A)

XSG1C
XSG2C
+3.25V(D)

SUBGT

Z3
AVJDET
CCDEN
CCDSD
CCDCK
SUBGT2
ASPAON4

CHG_CTL
ASPAON3

CAMPWR
CAMPWR

OP_SERIAL

Z4
CN141

DMA
DMA
DATA3 1
Z2 Z1
CN301 COMMAND 2
SCAN OUT 1 19 1 SCAN OUT 1 VSS 3
SCAN IN 0 18 2 SCAN IN 0 VDD 4
S1 17 3 S1 CLOCK 5
SCAN IN 2 16 4 SCAN IN 2 VSS 6

DMA
SCAN IN 3 15 5 SCAN IN 3 DATA0 7
SCAN OUT 0 14 6 SCAN OUT 0 DATA1 8

SD
SCAN IN 4 13 7 SCAN IN 4 DATA2 9
SCAN IN 5 12 8 SCAN IN 5 WP 10
SCAN OUT 4 11 9 SCAN OUT 4 COMMON W 11
MODE SW_AD 10 10 MODE SW_AD COMMON C 12

SYA
S2 9 11 S2 CARD 13
PW LED 8 12 PW LED Z2 Z1
ALWAYS3.2V 7 13 ALWAYS3.2V
BOOST5.25V 6 14 BOOST5.25V
5 15

TB1
CMD IN 1 CMD IN 1
CMD IN 2 4 16 CMD IN 2
GND 3 17 GND
GND 2 18 GND Z2 Z1
GND 1 19 GND
CN601 SELFLED 13
Z1 Z2
AL3.2V 12
AFDATA 11
THEMISTER 10
AGND 9
VDD 8
DGND 7

DMA
END 6
RESET 5

PAF
RWCLK 4
AFCEN 3
ADEXTEND 2
NC 1
CN191

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CN951
ZOOM /A 1
ZOOM /B 2
ZOOM A 3
SCAN OUT 4 CN303 ZOOM B 4
1 SCAN OUT 4 NC 5
SCAN OUT 5 2 SCAN OUT 5 SENS ZOOM 6

SYA
3 SCAN IN 0 VCC ZOOM 7
SCAN IN 0 4 SCAN IN 1 IRED ZOOM 8
SENS FOCUS 9
SCAN IN 1 Z1 Z2
IRED FOCUS 10
VCC FOCUS 11

DMA

TB2
FOCUS /A 12
FOCUS B 13
FOCUS A 14
FOCUS /B 15
SH DRV+ 16
SH DRV- 17
IG /A 18
IG B 19
IG A 20
IG /B 21

Z2 Z1
LENS

Z2 Z1

Y DRIVE B 13
Y DRIVE A 12
P DRIVE B 11
CN671 CN103 P DRIVE A 10
GND 1 1 GND GND 9
+D 2 2 +D P HALL IN- 8
-D 3 3 -D P HALL OUT+ 7
TCA

VCC 4 4 VCC P HALL OUT- 6


5 5 5

DMA
VIDEO VIDEO P HALL IN+
GND 6 6 GND Y HALL IN- 4
AUDIO 7 7 AUDIO Y HALL OUT- 3
AVDET(G) 8 8 AVDET(G) Y HALL OUT+ 2
Y HALL IN+ 1
Z2 Z1 Z1 Z2

TB3
CN701

(STA)
(VFA)
(SYA)
(TCA)
CP1
(DMA)

(PWA)
DC+ DC+ CN171
NC 1

PWA
DC- DC- NC 2
NC 3
NC 4

Z4
NC 5
NC 6

Z3
NC 7

JK671
8

-D
VDD

+D

VCC

GND
GND
CN672

VIDEO

AUDIO

Z2
VSS 9

AVDET(G)
VGH 10

DC JACK
2
3
1

Z1
CP1 11

8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CP2 12
VGL 13
D00 14
D01 15
D02 16
D03 17
DMA

D04 18
USB/AV D05 19
D06 20
D07 21
CLK 22
CSYNC(VD) 23
VSS(HD) 24
LORD 25
SCLK 26
SDATA 27
RESET 28
POL 29
VDD 30
31
LCD

VSH
VSS 32
VCOM 33
CN302
Z2 Z1
1 SCAN IN 1F

SYA
2 SCAN OUT 5
Z1 Z2

POP UP
CN501
LCDAN 1

ST2
2
PWA

LCDCA
Z2 Z1

Z2 Z1

STA
VEE 20
VIDRH 19
VIDGH 18
VIDBH 17
VIDRL 16
VIDGL 15
VIDBL 14
HS 13
CN561 CN193 VS 12
VDD3 1 1 VDD3 INV 11
X 2 2 X DWN 10
VFA

GND 3 3 GND RGT 9

DMA
CAFLCE 4 4 CAFLCE SLEEP 8
CAFLCLK 5 5 CAFLCLK CK0 7
TRANS

ST3
CAFLDT 6 6 CAFLDT CK1 6
3
1 TRIGGER
2

VDD 5
Z2 Z1 Z1 Z2
DMA
DMA

PWA

VSS 4
TOUT1 3

X
TOUT2 2
1

CN562
VEE

CAFLDT
CAFLCLE
CAFLCLK

HOT SHOE
EVF

CN801

W1-02300/SX823-WKO
SP-

BAT-

4
3
2
1
SP+

BAT_T
BAT+
MIC-
MIC+

CN502
EVFAN 1
2
PWA

EVFCA
ST1

Z2 Z1

TO EXT STROBO
XKT
TRG
XAN

CN192
SOLE+ 1
DMA

MIC

SOLE- 2

Z2 Z1
FLASH
SPEAKER
SOLENOID

REFLECTOR
BATTERY

System
System

Schematics
Diagrams
88

CP1 BOARD - MCU, 1 of 6

SERVICE MANUAL
DMA (LCD)
3.25
VDD3

DMA (MAIN)

8
RB141
10K
1

7
CN141
1AV4J11B7580G
TO CA1 CN901 FD3 R1402
68;1/16J 1 DATA3 VOLTAGE: VIEW MODE, LCD ON
CN101 D1-02300/SX823-WKO RB142
CMD R1403
68;1/16J 2 COMMAND
1AV4J11VE510G 1
10K
2 3 VSS
GND 1
3 4 4 VDD
GND
ASPAON4
2
3
ASPAON4 VOLTAGE: VIEW MODE, LCD ON 5 6
SDCLK
5
6
CLOCK
VSS R1710
7 8
2.2;1/20J
+3.45V(A) 4 +3.45V(A) FD0 R1404
7 DATA0 L3V
68;1/16J VDD3 CN171
+3.25V(D) 5 VDD3 FD1 R1405
8 DATA1 0603

33K;1/20J
ASPAON3 68;1/16J 1AV4J11VE330G

R1711

0603
R1015
ASPAON3 6 0;1/20Z
FD2 R1406
9 DATA2
SUBGT2 68;1/16J 1 NC
SUBGT2 7 0603
10 WP

4
5
6
SUBGT CK1E105KGQBNG 2 NC
SUBGT 8 1608

EMD12
11 COMMON W

Q1402
XV4
C1701
1;B
3 NC
XV4 9 SDWP 12 COMMON C
XV2 4 NC
XV2 10 13 CARD RB521S-30 H=0.9

3
2
1
DTA144EM
5 NC

BK1005LL241
XV8 ZCARD Q1401 D1701
XV8
A_VDD1.2

11
A_VDD3

100;1/20J
XSG1A Z1 Z2 6 NC

R1016
XSG1A 12 TO SD

C1704
0603
L1005

1608
NC

1;B
7

RB521S-30
XV1
XV1 13

D1702
H=0.9
R1712
XSG3A
CDET
2.2;1/20J
8 VDD
XSG3A 14 15.0 L15V IC172
XV3 VDD3 +15V(L) 9 VSS
POPUPON

COMREQ

SDWP

MODE2

MODE3

MODE4
LCDRESET
STABON

XV3

PAFSDATA

ZSWE
PAFEND

CMD

FCW

ZCW
CLK2ON
EVFHD

LCDSD

LCDEN

LCDCK

SDCLK
EVFSLEEP

LCDLBRT
PPCS

LMCLK

EVFVD

TRXD

CDET

CRZB
ASFLCE

LCDD0

LCDD1

LCDD2

LCDD3

LCDD4

LCDD5

LCDD6

LCDD7

15
ZOE

TOK

ZSRE

ZSCE
Z1 Z2

LCDVCOMD

CD0

CD1

CD2

CD3

CD4

CD5

CD6

CD7

SCLE

TSHT
SLANT1

SLANT2

FLCTRL
PICTL

FCLK

SALE
0603 QXXAGB004---P

STX

TSTB

C1712
FD0

FD1