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I need a manual because I don't know how to change from ASA 400 to ASA 100

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In terms of ASA ratings, it would depend on whether the model has DX coding (which you would find as a set of gold pins in the bay where you put the film cassette.... If it has, then the asa range would be 50 - 1600 asa. If it hasn't, then Vivitar used to put a small selector on the baseplate of the camera to switch between 100 and 400 asa.

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I can't find a specific manual (no one seems to stockpile them), but if you can read a generic one, try the Vivitar point and shoot here :
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