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|Tagg3rX||2:22pm on Saturday, October 30th, 2010|
|Compact, Lightweight, Stylish and 4.0 megapixels means you can print up to A3, still with a high quality printout. I originally bought this Olympus µ[MJU:] 400 in Malaysia (after dropping my previous camera in the sea!|
|technobie||3:12am on Sunday, October 17th, 2010|
|I gave the stylus 400 a rating of a 2 because I was able to take some beautiful images with this... I gave the stylus 400 a rating of a 2 because... Sometimes excellent pictures Read below about failure solid. wireless remote unless you are planning to film in pouring rain, there are products in which you can spend your money for better features.|
|harys||2:13am on Tuesday, August 24th, 2010|
|I bought this camera a couple of years ago now and while technology has moved on and has made this nowhere near as good as some of the other cameras a... Of photography, return camera to Olympus for replacement. This is , after all, supposed to be a weatherproof camera.|
|cpbl||3:51pm on Monday, August 16th, 2010|
|Good solid camera design with great features, incl. Lithium-ionbattery with recharger unit! A great buy!|
|chrisa||7:09am on Sunday, May 9th, 2010|
|This is the third Olympus I have bought. Got this for the 10x zoom, want to shoot long shots, this is the one. Great pictures.|
|jsacksteder||8:40am on Monday, April 5th, 2010|
|This camera is light and has extras that come in handy None that I can see Very good pictures, compact size and easy to use 16 meg memory Camera is compact, weather resistant and takes great pics So far I have not found any cons|
|lbdyck||6:58am on Thursday, March 25th, 2010|
|I enjoyed using this camera for about a month until I began to have problems Contacting Olympus was a nightmare.|
|artur_rnd82||10:03pm on Sunday, March 21st, 2010|
|Weather resistant, durable, simple to use. Slow shutter speed, sensitive to light,2 stage shutdown.|
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Quick Start Guide
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UNPACKING THE BOX CONTENTS
For more detailed instructions on advanced features, please refer to the printed Basic Manual included in your package, or the Reference Manual on the CD-ROM.
Gather your Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/400 DIGITAL) and the parts as shown in the illustration. Youll need these to complete the steps for the camera set-up procedures that follow.
It is strongly recommended that you follow these step-by-step numbered instructions to set up and quickly begin using your new Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ([mju:] 300/400 DIGITAL).
Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/ 400 DIGITAL)
LI-10B lithium ion battery
LI-10C battery charger
Battery charger AC cable
CAMEDIA Master CD-ROM
USB cable (gray color)
The following items are also included in the Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/400 DIGITAL) package: Basic Manual, video cable, RM-2 remote control, warranty card, registration card (not provided in some areas), and safety precautions booklet. Close the lens barrier. Slide the battery compartment cover in the direction of the arrow, and lift open the cover as shown in the illustration. (the direction indicated by the mark on the cover) Insert the battery into the compartment. Close the battery compartment cover so that it pushes the battery in and slide the cover while pressing the mark. Note: If the battery compartment cover is hard to close, do not force it. Press on the cover firmly to close the cover, and then slide it into position. To remove the battery, make sure that the monitor and the lamp at the side of the viewfinder are off. Return the camera to the upright position and tip the battery out.
PREPARING THE CAMERA FOR USE
Before you begin using your Olympus Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/400 DIGITAL)
a. Charging the battery
The Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/400 DIGITAL) uses an Olympus Lithium ion battery (LI-10B) and dedicated charger (LI-10C). This is the only battery/charger designed for use with the Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/400 DIGITAL). The battery cannot be charged while in the camera.
c. Inserting the xD-Picture Card
The xD-Picture Card is where the camera stores your pictures and is available in a variety of memory capacities. The pictures you take with the camera remain on the xD-Picture Card even when the camera is turned off and/or the battery is removed.
b. Loading the battery
Note: The Lithium ion battery is not fully charged when the camera is purchased. You must fully charge the battery using the charger before first use. Insert the Lithium ion battery into the charger as indicated in the illustration. Connect the battery charger AC cable as shown to a standard wall outlet. To fully charge the battery requires approximately 2 hours. The charge indicator light will be red when charging, and will turn green when the charging process is complete.
Note: The battery and xD-Picture card compartments are accessed by opening the respective compartment covers.
d. Attaching the strap
Confirm you have installed the battery and xD-Picture Card properly by pressing. The NO PICTURE message should be displayed in the monitor. Turn the camera off by pressing again.
Open the connector cover while pressing the mark as in the illustration. Open the card cover by pulling the card cover catch towards you. Insert the xD-Picture Card into the spring-loaded card slot as shown in the illustration. Push the card fully into the slot. The card will lock into place when fully inserted. To remove, push the card all the way in to unlock it, then let it return slowly. Close the card cover before closing the connector cover. Press to close the connector cover.
Attach the strap as illustrated to make the camera easier to handle.
Shutter button Zoom button
TURNING ON THE CAMERA
All you need to do is slide the lens barrier open or close to turn the camera ON or OFF.
Green lamp Orange lamp
a. Turning the camera ON
Slide the lens barrier fully until it clicks. The lens extends. To turn the camera off, slide the lens barrier until you feel the first click. Wait until the lens is fully retracted, then close the lens barrier all the way.
Monitor button (QUICK VIEW Arrow pad (
Shooting mode button
Flash mode button
b. Setting the Date and Time
TIP :To maximize battery life, the Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/400 DIGITAL) features a power saving mode in which the camera enters a sleep mode after approximately three (3) minutes of non-use. (OPTIONAL)
Set the date and time when using the camera for the first time. This affects the way image file names are created, and will conveniently include this information with each picture.
With the front lens barrier closed, press once. The monitor will turn on with NO PICTURE displayed in the monitor. The date and time can also be set from the playback mode. Press to display the top menu. Press to select MODE MENU. Press to select SETUP, and then press. Press to select , and then press. Use to select the date format (usually M, D, Y). Adjust the date and time in the appropriate fields by using to select the field, and to set the proper value. Repeat this step until all date/time fields have been set.
Note: Time is entered using the 24-hour format. Press to store the date and time.
Battery component cover Tripod socket
Camera Settings in Shooting Mode as shown in Monitor
Shooting mode Battery check Green lamp Flash stand-by Macro mode Flash mode Exposure compensation Metering White balance AF target mark
c. Camera Diagram and Controls
Card cover Card cover catch
Sequential shooting Self-timer/Remote control Memory gauge Record mode Resolution Number of storable still pictures
Now take a moment to familiarize yourself with the key areas of camera controls by reviewing the illustrations.
Flash Self-timer/ Remote control lamp
Camera Settings in Playback Mode as shown in Monitor
Print reservation Number of prints Battery check Protect Record mode Resolution Exposure compensation White balance
Date and time File number (still picture) USB connector VIDEO OUT jack Lens barrier Remote control receiver Lens DC-IN jack DC-IN jack cover
Note: Depending on the camera settings, not all indicators will be displayed.
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a. Taking a Picture with the Monitor
Open the lens barrier fully. Frame your subject using the monitor.
There are two ways to compose your subject: using the monitor or with the viewfinder. Depending upon the shooting situation, there may be advantages to each method. Please refer to the printed Basic Manual for more information.
The Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/400 DIGITAL) confirms the focus and exposure are properly set when the green lamp in the viewfinder lights steadily.
Press the shutter button completely to take the picture. A short beep confirms your picture has been taken.
The camera automatically decides if the flash is needed.
Red-eye Reduces incidence of red-eye by emitting pre-flashes to Reduction Flash shrink pupil size before firing the main flash. The strobe effect is normal operation for this mode. Fill-in Flash The flash always fires with every picture. Flash Off Turns the flash off for times when flash photography is prohibited or not desired. The flash never fires.
The Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/400 DIGITAL) features a zoom lens, allowing you to get closer to action, or capture wide-angle shots and get everything into the picture.
Push to zoom out Push to zoom in
With the shutter button depressed halfway, the flash is ready to fire when the indicator in the monitor or the orange lamp next to the viewfinder lights. When the orange lamp is blinking, the flash is charging.
e. Number of Storable Pictures
Your digital camera can handle xD-Picture Cards from 16 MB to 256 MB. The number of storable pictures depends on the image quality selected. See the Reference Manual for complete descriptions of each recording mode and the storable frame capacity for the various resolution modes and xD-Picture Card capacities.
TIP :To find out how many frames you have left, turn on the monitor and look for the number in the lower right corner. Remember, you can always delete unwanted pictures to make room for more. (See Step 5.)
Icons representing camera settings appear on the monitor, telling you important information such as the Flash and record modes, battery life, and the number of frames remaining.
Press the shutter button halfway. The green lamp will light steadily when the focus and exposure are set. Press the shutter button completely to take the picture. A short beep confirms your picture has been taken.
Push the zoom button to zoom out and get everything into the picture. Push the zoom button to choose telephoto shooting and get closer to the action.
b. Taking a Picture with the Viewfinder
Open the lens barrier fully. Frame your subjects using the AF target mark in the viewfinder. Press the shutter button halfway.
d. Flash Modes
The Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/400 DIGITAL) features multiple flash modes. Please note that not all flash modes are available depending on the shooting mode selected.
VIEWING AND ERASING PICTURES
When you are finished reviewing your pictures: Press to turn the monitor off. OR To return to the shooting mode, press the shutter button halfway.
a. Viewing Pictures
With the Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/400 DIGITAL), you can easily view the photos you wantand delete the ones you dont.
With the lens barrier closed, press and use the arrow pad to display the picture you want to erase. Press. Press to select. Press to select YES, and then press.
TIP :Images can also be erased while in the Quick View mode described in step 5a. This makes it easy to quickly erase a picture that you just took.
b. Erasing Pictures
There are two ways to access the Playback mode: If the camera is OFF and the lens barrier closed, press once. OR If the camera is in the shooting mode with the lens barrier fully open, press twice in rapid succession (QUICK VIEW). The last picture taken appears in the monitor. Use to scroll though all the images saved on your xD-Picture Card.
The beauty of digital photography is your ability to keep the photos you want, delete the rest, and reuse empty memory space to take new pictures. The Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/400 DIGITAL) offers two ways to permanently erase unwanted digital photos: Single-Frame Erase: Deletes only the picture currently displayed in the monitor. Once erased, pictures cannot be restored.
All-Frame Erase: Deletes all pictures on the xD-Picture Card in one operation, except for pictures you have protected. Once erased, pictures cannot be restored.
With the lens barrier closed, press. Press , then press to select MODE MENU. Use to select the CARD tab, then press twice to access the CARD SETUP screen. ALL ERASE should be highlighted. Press. As a safeguard, the Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/ 400 DIGITAL) will ask you to select YES or NO to confirm erasing, as this process permanently deletes all unprotected pictures. Select YES and press.
CONNECTING THE CAMERA TO A COMPUTER
TIP :Olympus recommends using the optional AC adapter to ensure a consistent power supply when downloading images.
Make sure that the camera is turned off before connecting it to your computer.
Olympus makes it simple to connect the Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/400 DIGITAL) to your computer. Turn the camera off. Plug the supplied USB cable into the USB connector on your camera and computer as illustrated at right.
Windows 98 users must install the USB Driver for Windows 98 software before connecting the Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/400 DIGITAL) to the computer. Refer to the Software Installation Guide for complete information.
Press the button when the camera does not turn on
automatically. The camera starts communicating with the PC.
INSTALLING THE CAMERA SOFTWARE
Additional Camera Features
The Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/400 DIGITAL) offers a host of advanced features to expand your creativity. Heres just a small sampling. See the Basic Manual for details on these capabilities, and more! 7 Scene Program Shooting Modes: By using the on-line mode dial (virtual dial), you can easily select the camera settings that most closely match your shooting situation. Sequential Shooting: Take a rapid succession of still pictures. Still Picture Editing: Edit still pictures and store them as new pictures. Macro Mode: For close-ups as tight as 0.7 ft. (0.2m), select Macro Mode. Movie Recording: Yes, the Stylus 300/400 DIGITAL ( [mju:] 300/400 DIGITAL) records movies! (Movies cannot be recorded with sound.) Two-in-one Pictures: Combine two separate images taken in succession and store them as a single picture. Close-up Playback: Enlarge the pictures in the monitor to check details of the selected image. Index Display: View several thumbnail pictures on the monitor at once. Protecting Pictures: Prevents you from accidentally erasing photos. Video Playback: View your pictures and movies on a television monitor. Panorama Shooting: Connect overlapping images into a single picture using the panorama mode and Olympus Camedia Master software.
You've now mastered the basic functionality of your new Olympus Digital Camera! You are now ready to begin exploring the possibilities that digital photography brings to your computer. Activities such as photo editing, printing, and much more are only steps away!
About the Olympus CAMEDIA Master CD-ROM
Your Olympus Digital Camera comes bundled with a suite of software and documentation. The CD includes: CAMEDIA Master: To download pictures from the camera, view, organize, retouch and print your digital photos and movies. USB Driver for Windows 98: This utility must be installed to allow the camera to communicate with your computer if it uses the Microsoft Windows 98 operating system. Olympus Digital Camera Reference Manual: A complete reference guide in digital form, saved on the CD in PDF format.
Open the CAMEDIA Master CD-ROM package and insert the CD-ROM into your computer. In the first window, click How to install. Begin following the Software Installation Guide. Continue to follow the step-by-step instructions for installing the software, and enjoy your new digital photo processing capabilities!
You are now ready to install the computer software.
TIP :Remember to complete and return your Registration Card (not provided in some areas), and keep all camera documentation handy.
In addition to the lithium ion battery provided with the camera, you can also use an AC adapter. Choose the power source best suited to the situation. An optional Olympus AC adapter allows you to power your digital camera from a common AC wall outlet. Be sure to use the specified AC adapter. An AC adapter is useful for time-consuming tasks such as image downloads. Use an AC adapter designed to operate on the AC voltage in the area the camera is being used. Consult your nearest Olympus dealer or Service center for details.
AC wall outlet
Power plug DC-IN jack
AC adapter Connection cord plug Open the DC-IN jack cover and plug in the AC adapter.
If the battery power runs out while the camera is connected to a PC, the image data may be lost or damaged. You are recommended to use the AC adapter when transferring images to a PC. Do not connect or disconnect the AC adapter while the camera is communicating with the PC. Do not remove or load the batteries or connect or disconnect the AC adapter while the camera is turned on. Doing so could affect the cameras internal settings or functions.
Power is consumed continuously during the conditions described below. This could mean that the battery runs down faster. When the monitor is in the playback mode for an extended period of time. Repeated zoom adjustments. Repeated auto-focus by depressing the shutter button halfway. When the camera is connected to a PC. Carefully read the separate-volume Safety Precaution before use. When using an AC adapter, power is supplied to the camera by the AC adapter even if batteries are loaded in the camera. The AC adapter does not charge batteries in the camera.
Inserting a card
Card in this manual refers to the xD-Picture Card. The camera uses the card to record pictures.
The card corresponds to normal camera film for recording the pictures you have taken. Pictures recorded and stored on the card can easily be erased, overwritten, and/or edited on a PC. Index area You can write down the cards contents. Contact area Comes into contact with the cameras signal read contacts.
xD-Picture Card (16 to 256 MB)
This camera may not recognize a non-Olympus card or a card that was formatted on another device (such as a PC, etc.). Before use, be sure to format the card on this camera. Formatting cards (Card setup) (P.103)
Shortcut menus are frequently used menus that can be accessed from the top menu. Still picture/Movie
Adjusts the brightness of the picture.
Sets the image quality and resolution. Still picture : SHQ, HQ, SQ1, SQ2 Movie : HQ, SQ
Sets the appropriate white balance according to the light source.
Still picture Movie
MOVIE PLAY INFO MODE MENU ERASE INFO MODE MENU ERASE
Runs through all saved pictures one after another as slide show. MOVIE PLAY MOVIE PLAYBACK INDEX INFO Displays all the shooting information on the monitor. ERASE Erases the selected still picture or movie. P.94 P.105 Plays back movies. Creates an index picture of a movie in 9 frames. P.91 P.99 P.88
The MODE MENU is divided into tabs. Press display the associated menu items. to select a tab and
CAMERA tab CARD tab SETUP tab
CAMERA tab ESP/ DRIVE DIGITAL ZOOM PANORAMA 2 IN 1 Selects the metering method from ESP or SPOT ( ). Selects the shooting mode from (single-frame shooting) or (sequential shooting). Extends the maximum optical zoom, making possible up to approx. 5x zoom. Allows panorama pictures to be taken with Olympus CAMEDIA-brand cards. Combines two still pictures taken in succession and stores them as a single picture. P.69 P.70 P.60 P.71 P.73
CARD tab CARD SETUP SETUP tab ALL RESET
Formats a card.
Selects whether to keep the current camera settings when you turn off the power. Selects a language for on-screen display. Turns the beep sound (used for warnings, etc.) on and off. Selects whether to display pictures on the monitor while saving them to a card.
P.101 P.28 P.108 P.107
Checks the CCD and image processing functions for errors. Adjusts the brightness of the monitor. Sets the date and time. Selects NTSC or PAL according to your TVs video signal type. TV video signal types differ depending on the region.
P.109 P.106 P.30 P.110
PLAY tab EDIT tab CARD tab SETUP tab
PLAY tab Protects pictures from accidental erasure. Rotates pictures 90 degrees clockwise or counterclockwise. Stores print reservation information on the card. EDIT tab BLACK&WHITE SEPIA Creates a black and white picture and saves it as a new picture. Creates a sepia-toned picture and saves it as a new picture. Makes the file size smaller and saves it as a new picture. P.96 P.97 P.97 P.93 P.90 P.111
Taking still pictures using the monitor (P.50) TIPS The green lamp blinks. You are too close to the subject. Take the picture at least 50 cm/ 1.6 ft. away from the subject. When the distance from the camera to the subject is less than 50 cm/1.6 ft, select the macro mode. Macro mode shooting (P.65) Depending on the subject, the focus may not be locked. Subjects that are difficult to focus on (P.55) The orange lamp blinks slowly when the shutter button is pressed halfway. The flash is charging. When the orange lamp blinks quickly after shooting, the picture you just took is being stored. Wait until the lamp goes off. To check the picture you have just taken immediately. Set REC VIEW to ON. Viewing a picture immediately after shooting (Rec View) (P.107)
Press the shutter button gently using the ball of your finger. If it is pressed hard, the camera may move and pictures may come out blurred. Recorded pictures will be saved on the card regardless of whether the camera is turned off or the battery is changed or removed.
Never open the card cover, remove the battery or disconnect the AC adapter while the orange lamp is blinking. Doing so could destroy stored pictures and prevent storage of the pictures you have just taken. When taking pictures against strong backlight, the area of the picture in shadow may appear colored. When you point the camera lens toward a bright subject, smears (lines like beams of light) may appear on the image in the monitor. This does not affect recorded pictures.
Comparison of the viewfinder & monitor
Viewfinder Camera movement does not occur easily and subjects can be seen clearly even in bright places. Little battery power is used. Disadvantages When close to a subject, the image in the viewfinder is a little different from the picture that the camera actually records. Advantages Tips Use the viewfinder for general snapshots (landscape pictures, casual shots, etc.). Monitor You can check the picture area that the camera actually records more accurately.
Camera movement can occur easily and subjects may be difficult to see in bright/dark places. The monitor uses more battery power than the viewfinder. Use the monitor when you want to shoot while checking the picture area that the camera actually records. Use when taking macro pictures or close-ups of a person or flower.
The camera records a wider area than the image in the viewfinder. As you get closer to the subject, the actual image recorded becomes lower than the one in the viewfinder (see left).
If correct focus cannot be obtained
When the subject you want to focus on is not in the center of the frame and you cannot position the AF target mark on it, you can focus the camera on another point at roughly the same distance (focus lock) and take the picture as explained below.
Turn the TV on and switch to the video input mode.
For details of switching to video input, refer to your TVs instruction manual.
The last picture taken is displayed on the TV. Use the arrow pad to select the picture you want to display. The close-up playback, index display and slideshow functions can also be used on a TV screen. TIPS You are recommended to use the optional AC adapter when using the camera with a TV. Make sure that the cameras video output signal type is the same as Video output selection (P.110) the TVs video signal type. The cameras monitor turns off automatically when the Video cable is connected to the camera. Be sure to use the Video cable provided to connect the camera to the TV. The picture may appear off-center on the TV screen. When pictures are compressed in order to fit the entire picture on the TV screen, a black frame appears around the picture. If the picture is output to a video printer via the TV, the black frame may be printed.
Pictures taken with the camera held vertically are displayed horizontally. This function lets you turn such pictures 90 degrees clockwise or counterclockwise so that they are displayed vertically.
In the playback mode top menu, select MODE MENU PLAY , and press. Press 90. and select +90 or
The picture is rotated and displayed vertically. To close the menu, press twice.
Picture when taken
The following pictures cannot be rotated. Movies, protected pictures, pictures edited on a PC, pictures taken with another camera New picture orientations are saved even when the camera is turned off.
Use the arrow pad to display the. picture with
Viewing still pictures (P.83)
. to select MOVIE PLAY.
MOVIE PLAY INFO MODE MENU ERASE
MOVIE PLAYBACK The movie is played back. When playback ends, the display automatically returns to INDEX the beginning of the movie. Press again after playback ends GO SELECt CANCEL to display the MOVIE PLAYBACK menu. PLAYBACK : Plays back the entire MOVIE%PLAYBACK movie again. PLAYBACK FRAME BY FRAME : Plays back the movie FRAME%BY%FRAME manually one frame at a EXIt time. SELECt GO EXIT : Leaves the movie playback mode. Press to select from PLAYBACK, FRAME BY FRAME or EXIT, then press.
320*240 CANCEL SELECt GO
Resizing is not possible in the following cases. Movies, pictures edited on a PC, or when there is insufficient memory space on the card. If the size of the selected picture is 640 480, you cannot select 640 480.
Creating an index
9 frames extracted from the movie are displayed as an index to show the movie at one glance. Indexes can be stored on the card as still pictures.
Use the arrow pad to select a. picture with
In the top menu, select MOVIE PLAY INDEX.
MOVIE PLAY INFO MODE MENU ERASE MOVIE%PLAY MOVIE PLAYBACK INDEX
SELECt INDEX INDEX
to select INDEX, then.
To cancel the editing, select CANCEL and press.
The 9 frames extracted from the movie appear as an index display, then the camera returns to the playback mode. The index is stored as a new picture.
TIPS The index is stored as a still picture in a different record mode from the original movie. Record mode when the movie was shot HQ SQ Record mode when stored as an index SQ2 (pixels) SQ2 (pixels)
The interval between the frames that are automatically picked out varies depending on the length of the movie. An index consists of 9 frames. You cannot create an index if there is insufficient memory space on the card.
Saving the settings (All Reset)
This function lets you choose whether or not to save the current camera settings after the power is turned off. The settings affected by All Reset are listed on the next page. The All Reset setting (ON/OFF) applies to all the modes. If All Reset is set to OFF in one mode, this setting applies to all the other modes, both shooting and playback. ON : All settings are returned to the factory default settings after the power is turned off. OFF : The settings made before the power is turned off are saved.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU SETUP ALL RESET. OFF or ON, and press
Mode menu tab functions (ALL RESET, , return to factory default settings with ALL RESET. , etc.) do not
Functions that All Reset affects
Function LCD Shooting mode DRIVE DIGITAL ZOOM FLASH ESP/ WB Factory default setting ON P (PROGRAM AUTO) (for still pictures) OFF (1) AUTO 0 ESP AUTO HQ OFF OFF Ref. page P.50 P.47 P.70 P.60 P.62 P.79 P.69 P.81 P.75 P.65 P.67
Formatting cards (Card setup)
This function lets you format a card. Formatting prepares cards to receive data. Before using non-Olympus cards or cards which have been formatted on a PC, you must format the card with this camera. All existing data, including protected pictures, are erased when the card is formatted. Make sure that you save or transfer important data to a PC before formatting a used card.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU CARD CARD SETUP,. and press
How to use the menus (P.40) Shooting mode The FORMAT screen is displayed. Playback mode The CARD SETUP screen is displayed.
If the FORMAT screen is to select displayed, press YES.
FORMAt YES NO SELECt GO CARD%SEtUP ALL%ERASE FORMAt CANCEL SELECt GO
If the CARD SETUP screen is to select displayed, press FORMAT, then press. FORMAT screen When the to select YES. appears, press
The BUSY bar is displayed and the card is formatted.
FORMAt CAUtION ERASING%ALL YES NO SELECt GO
Never do the following during formatting, as they may cause the card to malfunction. Open the card cover. Remove the battery. Connect or disconnect the AC adapter.
Displaying shooting information
This function lets you display detailed shooting information on the monitor for 3 seconds in the playback mode. For details of the information displayed, see Monitor indications (P.10).
Pressing in the playback mode top menu displays the full amount of shooting information on the monitor (ON).
To turn INFO off, press (OFF).
to bring up the top menu and press
When INFO is ON When INFO is OFF
If the picture has been taken with a different camera, only the date, frame number and battery level are displayed when INFO is set to ON.
In the top menu, select MODE , and MENU SETUP press.
Press to adjust the brightness of the monitor, and when you have set the desired. level, press
Viewing a picture immediately after shooting (Rec View)
You can choose whether or not to display the picture you have just taken on the monitor. ON : The picture being recorded to the card is displayed. This is useful for making a brief check of the picture you have just taken. You can resume shooting anytime during Rec View. : The picture being recorded to the card is not displayed. This is useful when you want to prepare for your next shot while the previous picture is being recorded.
In the shooting mode top menu, select MODE MENU SETUP REC VIEW OFF or ON, and. press
REC VIEW PIXEL MAPPING OFF ON
Turning the beep sound off
This function lets you turn on/off the beep sound used for warnings, etc. The beep sound can be adjusted in either the shooting mode or the playback mode.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU SETUP OFF or. ON, and press
ALL RESEt ON REC VIEW PIXEL MAPPING OFF
The Pixel Mapping feature allows the camera to check and adjust the CCD and image processing functions. It is not necessary to operate this function frequently. Approximately once a year is recommended. Wait a few minutes after the monitor is used or continuous shots are taken to allow for proper performance of the Pixel Mapping function.
In the shooting mode top menu, select MODE MENU SETUP. PIXEL MAPPING, and press
START is displayed. How to use the menus (P.40)
The BUSY bar is displayed during Pixel Mapping. When Pixel Mapping is finished, the screen returns to the mode menu.
If you accidentally turn the camera off during Pixel Mapping, start again from step 1.
Video output selection
You can select NTSC or PAL according to your TVs video signal type. You can change the NTSC/PAL setting in either the shooting mode or the playback mode.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU SETUP VIDEO OUT. NTSC or PAL, and press
How to use the menus (P.40) Press again to exit the menu. The factory default setting varies depending on the area where you purchased this camera.
VIDEO OUt PAL
TIPS TV video signal types & main regions Check the video signal type before using the camera. NTSC : Japan, Taiwan, Korea, North America PAL : European countries, China
How to print pictures
Several different printing options are available when you want to print out pictures.
Printing at a photo lab that supports DPOF or printing on a DPOF-compatible printer
Store the print reservation data on the card. Print reservation allows you to save printing data (number of prints, date/time information, etc.) with the pictures stored on the card. What is DPOF? DPOF is short for Digital Print Order Format. DPOF is the format used to record automatic print information from digital cameras. If a card containing print reservation data is taken to a photo lab that supports the DPOF format, the pictures can be printed according to the DPOF reservations. Or pictures can be printed out at home on a personal DPOFcompatible printer.
Shooting mode menus(
Top menu MODE MENU Tab CAMERA
Ref. page P.69 P.70 P.60 P.71 P.73 P.103 P.101 P.28
Function ESP/ DRIVE DIGITAL ZOOM PANORAMA 2 in 1 CARD SETUP ALL RESET
Setting ESP, , OFF, ON
YES, NO OFF, ON , ENGLISH, FRANAIS, DEUTSCH, ESPAOL OFF, ON OFF, ON
NTSC, PAL SHQ, HQ, SQ1, SQ2 -2.0 +2.0 (in 1/3 EV steps) AUTO, PRESET ( , , , )
P.108 P.107 P.109 P.106 P.30 P.110 P.75 P.79 P.81
Shooting mode menus (
Top menu MODE MENU Tab CAMERA CARD SETUP
Setting Ref. page ESP, P.69 OFF, ON P.60 YES, NO P.103 OFF, ON P.101 , ENGLISH, P.28 FRANAIS, DEUTSCH, ESPAOL OFF, ON P.108 P.109 P.106 P.30 NTSC, PAL P.110 HQ, SQ P.75 -2.0 +2.0 P.79 (in 1/3 EV steps) AUTO, PRESET ( , P.81 , , )
Function ESP/ DIGITAL ZOOM CARD SETUP ALL RESET
Playback mode menus (Still picture)
Top menu MODE MENU Tab PLAY Function Setting OFF, ON Ref. page P.93
CARD SETUP ALL RESET
0, +90, -90 P.90 , P.111 BLAC&KWHITE, P.96 CANCEL SEPIA, CANCEL P.480, 320 240, P.97 CANCEL ALL ERASE, FORMAT P.95, 103 OFF, ON P.101 , ENGLISH, P.28 FRANAIS, DEUTSCH, ESPAOL OFF, ON P.108 P.106 P.30 NTSC, PAL P.110 4, 9, 16 P.87 P.88 P.105 YES, NO P.94
Playback mode menus (
Top menu MODE MENU Tab PLAY CARD SETUP
Setting OFF, ON Ref. page P.93
VIDEO OUT MOVIE PLAY MOVIE PLAYBACK INDEX INFO
ALL ERASE, FORMAT P.95, 103 OFF, ON P.101 , ENGLISH, P.28 FRANAIS, DEUTSCH, ESPAOL OFF, ON P.108 P.106 P.30 NTSC, PAL P.110 4, 9, 16 P.87 PLAYBACK, FRAME P.91 BY FRAME, EXIT INDEX, CANCEL P.99 P.105 YES, NO P.94
Factory default settings
AUTO OFF Shooting mode Zoom Monitor ESP/ P Wide On ESP HQ 0 DRIVE DIGITAL ZOOM PANORAMA 2 in 1 WB REC VIEW OFF OFF OFF AUTO ON OFF (Single-frame shooting)
OFF OFF INFO OFF 0 9
ON ALL RESET ON ENGLISH 0 2003.01.01 VIDEO OUT
Settings differ according to the region where the camera is sold.
List of functions by shooting mode
Optical zoom Virtual dial ESP/
DIGITAL ZOOM PANORAMA 2 IN 1 WB CARD SETUP ALL RESET
VIDEO OUTPUT * The optical zoom cannot be changed during shooting.
: not available
Close the lens barrier.
Cleaning the camera Close the lens barrier to turn the camera off.
Make sure that the monitor is turned off.
Remove the battery ( P.19). (If you are using an AC adapter, unplug the AC adapter from the camera first before removing the plug from the wall outlet.) Exterior:
Wipe gently with a soft cloth. If the camera is very dirty, soak the cloth in mild soapy water and wring well. Wipe the camera with the damp cloth and then dry it with a dry cloth. If you have used the camera at the beach, use a cloth soaked in clean water and well wrung.
Monitor and viewfinder:
Wipe gently with a soft cloth.
Blow dust off the lens with a commercially available blower, then wipe gently with a lens cleaning paper.
Wipe gently with a soft, dry cloth.
Do not use strong solvents such as benzene or alcohol, or chemically treated cloths. Cleaning should be done only after the battery has been removed or the AC adapter has been disconnected. Mold may form on the lens surface if the lens is left dirty.
How to replace the battery (CR2025) of the remote control device Turn the screw on the bottom of the remote control device counterclockwise to loosen.
Turn the remote control device over, and remove the cover. With the battery facing up, remove the old battery and insert a new battery as shown. Replace the cover, turn the remote control device over, and turn the screw on the bottom clockwise to tighten.
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Do not use the remote control device underwater. Do not apply excessive force to the remote control device. Never heat the remote control device or dispose of it in fire. Do not wash the remote control device with water. The temperature range in which the remote control device can be used is -10C to 40C (14F to 104F).
Product type Recording system Still picture : Digital recording, JPEG (in accordance with Design rule for Camera File system (DCF)), Exif 2.2, Digital Print Order Format (DPOF), PRINT Image Matching II : QuickTime Motion JPEG support : xD-Picture Card (16 256MB) : Resolution Record mode/ No. of storable pictures Stylus/[mju:] 400 DIGITAL SHQ HQ SQ24 SQResolution (Frames/sec) (15 frames/sec) (15 frames/sec) SQ2 Stylus/[mju:] 300 DIGITAL SHQ HQ SQ99 Memory capacity in sec. per movie : Digital camera (for shooting and displaying)
Movie Memory No. of storable pictures (when a 16 MB Card is used)
Record mode HQ SQ
No. of effective pixels Stylus/[mju:] 300 DIGITAL Stylus/[mju:] 400 DIGITAL : 3,200,000 pixels : 4,000,000 pixels
Image pickup device Stylus/[mju:] 300 DIGITAL Stylus/[mju:] 400 DIGITAL Lens : 1/2.5'' CCD solid-state image pickup, 3,340,000 pixels (gross) : 1/2.5'' CCD solid-state image pickup, 4,230,000 pixels (gross) : Olympus lens 5.8 mm to 17.4 mm (equivalent to 35 mm to 105 mm lens on 35 mm camera), F3.1 to F5.2 : 1/2 to 1/1000 sec. (max. 4 sec. in Night scene mode) : 0.5 m (1.6 ft.) to 0.2 m (0.7 ft.) to (normal) (macro mode)
Photometric system : Digital ESP metering, Spot metering Shutter speed Shooting range Viewfinder Monitor Outer connector
: Optical real image viewfinder : 1.5'' TFT color LCD display, 134,000pixels : DC-IN jack, USB connector (mini-B), VIDEO OUT jack
When connecting the camera to the computer, make sure that there is sufficient remaining battery power. When connected (transmitting) to the computer, the camera does not enter the sleep mode nor will the cameras power turn off automatically. Depending on the camera model, when the battery power runs out or the internal temperature rises, the camera may stop operating automatically. This could cause the computer to malfunction, and any image data (file) being transmitted may be lost. Be careful when downloading files for a long period of time. Use the AC adapter (optional) when downloading files. If you connect or disconnect the AC adapter when the camera is connected to the computer and is running on battery power, it may result in the loss of image data on the card or cause a malfunction in the computer. Before connecting or disconnecting the AC adapter, disconnect the camera from the computer and make sure that the camera is turned off. To avoid computer malfunctions, do not turn off the camera when the camera is connected to a computer. If the camera is connected to the computer via a USB hub, operation may not be stable if there are any compatibility problems between the computer and the hub. In such cases, do not use the hub and connect the camera directly to the computer. You can view images using: graphics applications that support the JPEG file format (Paint Shop Pro, Photoshop, etc.); Internet browsers (Netscape Communicator, Microsoft Internet Explorer, etc.); CAMEDIA Master software; or other software. For details on using commercial graphics applications, refer to their instruction manuals. QuickTime is needed for playing back movies. QuickTime is included on the provided software CD. If you want to process images, make sure to download them to your computer first. Depending on the software, image files may be destroyed if the images are processed (rotated, etc.) while they are on the card.
Identifying the OS
Identify the OS on your computer before connecting the camera. How to identify the OS depends on the computer.
Double-click the My Computer icon on your desktop. When the My computer icon is not on your desktop, click Control Panel from the Start menu.
Double-click the Control Panel icon.
Double-click the System icon.
The way the file icons inside the folder appear may vary depending on your version of Windows. If you dont see the icon you are looking for, click on view all Control Panel options on the left of the window.
A System Properties window will appear. Note and record the System: information. Confirm that your system is Windows 98, 98 SE, Me, 2000 Professional or Windows XP, then press OK to close the window.
If your OS is Windows 98/98 SE, proceed to Installing the USB driver for Windows 98 ( p.9). Users running Windows Me/2000/XP p.11 Users running other OS p.31
Mac OS (Macintosh)
Select About This Computer from the Apple menu on the menu bar. A window appears with the name of the computers OS. Confirm that the OS is OS 9.0-9.1 or OS X.
Users running Mac OS 9/X Users running other OS
Using Windows 98/Me/2000/XP
Your computer is turned on and Windows is running. If you are running any applications, quit them all. You are recommended to power the camera using the optional AC adapter. If the battery power runs out while the computer is accessing the card in the camera, the camera will turn off in the middle of the operation and this could destroy image files (data). If you are using batteries, make sure that there is sufficient remaining battery power.
Installing the USB driver for Windows 98 (When using Windows 98/98 SE).... 9 Connecting the camera to the computer.. 11 Confirming the computer recognizes the camera. 14 Confirming the USB driver is installed. 15 Downloading images to your computer.. 17 Disconnecting the camera from your computer. 20
Installing the USB driver for Windows 98 (When using Windows 98/98 SE)
If your OS is Windows 98/98 SE, you must install the USB driver. Follow the instructions below to install the USB driver in your computer. Once it is fully installed, you do not need to repeat the procedure again. If your OS is Windows Me/2000/XP, you do not need to install the USB driver. Proceed to Connecting the camera to the computer ( p.11).
Connecting the camera to the computer.. 24 Downloading images to your computer.. 26 Disconnecting the camera from your computer. 30
Insert the marked end of the USB cable into the USB port on your computer as shown below.
Computer Rectangular terminal USB port Smaller terminal
Turn the camera on. Camera with a lens barrier The power turns on automatically, with the exception of some models which require you to press the (monitor) button. When the camera is turned on, the green lamp on the right of the viewfinder lights up. Camera with a mode Set the mode dial to. (If the camera has a power switch as well as a mode dial, turn the power switch to ON.)
(monitor) button Mode dial
The computer recognizes the camera as a new device. The computer recognizes the camera automatically and an Untitled icon appears on the desktop. If you cannot find this icon, turn off the camera and connect again. Mac OS X When the computer has recognized the camera, the Apple Image Capture software automatically launches. p.29
Mac OS 9
You can download images from the camera and save them in your computer (in this case, in the Hard Disk).
Double-click the Untitled icon displayed on the desktop when the camera is connected to the computer.
If you cannot find this icon, or if an error message appears when you doubleclick the icon, there may be a problem with one of the following: the cameras power source (the AC adapter is not properly connected or the battery power is low) the card (there is no card in the camera or there is a problem with the card) Check that you can play back pictures on the monitor of your camera. the USB cable (the camera is not properly connected to the computer by the USB cable). Apple File Exchange extension is not enabled. Please refer to your Apple operating system manual for instructions on how to enable this extension.
Double-click the 100OLYMP folder.
Image files (JPEG files) with files names such as P1010001.JPG are displayed.
(For other OS users)
Users running other OS cannot connect the camera directly to a computer. Windows 95 Windows NT Mac OS before OS 9 You can download images directly to your computer using an optional floppy disk adapter or PC card adapter.
Does your computer have a USB interface? Is there a port marked on your computer? No Yes
Connect the camera directly to your computer using the provided USB cable.
Is your OS one of the following? Windows 98 Windows 2000 Windows Me Windows XP Mac OS 9/X
Use the optional USB reader/writer.*
*Certain card readers may not be compatible with Mac OS X. Check the Olympus website for the most up-to-date compatibility information.
Does your computer have a built-in PC card slot? No Yes *Not supported by Windows NT4.0 or lower Does your computer have a built-in floppy disk drive? No Yes
Use the optional PC card adapter*.
Use the optional FlashPath floppy disk adapter. (For SmartMedia only)
Consult your nearest Olympus representative.
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