Capacity: 750 mAh Voltage: 3.7V Battery type: Li-ion Compatible part numbers: ZT005032 Compatible models: Olympus m:robe MR-100
Part Number: CS-MR100SL-72106860
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|faall||2:10pm on Thursday, October 14th, 2010|
|New Egg is the only site to purchase electronics! I shopped arouond for a week, read reviews and decided to use New Egg. This cam is absolutely incredible! My wife always wanted little to do with a computer until we bought this camera.|
|whosafraid||7:59pm on Sunday, October 3rd, 2010|
|Olympus C-750 is a 4 MP digital camera. Facilities have almost the same as the C-730, C-730 but 3.2 MP resolution. C-750 also has a hot shoe. The C-750UZ is the first Olympus Ultra Zoom to have a metal body for maximum durability. Because it uses the miniature xD-Picture Card exclusively.|
|obisghost||6:44am on Tuesday, August 17th, 2010|
|I just want add the last comment for this camera which I have used it for 5 excellent years before my son drop it and broke the lense. This camera can do great photos most of the time especially extreme close ups. Ease of use and its features are easy to familiarize.|
|rkts||3:09pm on Thursday, August 12th, 2010|
|little metal jewel this camera from olympus is made mostly by metal not like todays cameras made of plastic they feel like toys they give you more meg... Good while I the cards were still being made...Find something newer I bought this camera four years ago.|
|Ouroboros||12:43am on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010|
|SHARP lens, excellent telephoto, every mode you could hope for. Trouble focusing in low light without accessory flash, needs wider wide angle.|
|dorgad||10:17pm on Wednesday, July 14th, 2010|
|Olympus C-750 is 4 MP camera digitam. Facilities have almost the same as the C-730, but C-730 resolution 3.2 MP. C-750 also has a hot shoe.|
|Chessalavakia||5:56pm on Thursday, June 17th, 2010|
|I wish I could have taken more photos with th... Takes great pictures and easily hooks up to my PC Battery is absolutely horrible I love my camera!|
|Trackow Polaras||7:39am on Tuesday, May 25th, 2010|
|I wish I could have taken more photos with this camera because it takes crisp clear pics. I love my camera! It is like fortress - it fe... Excellent pictures - great sharpness and when white balance is corectly configured perfect colors.|
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An irresistible attraction. Powerful zoom and blur-free images.
Ultra-Compact 5x Zoom 3x 5x 5x
Olympus combines the latest in zoom lens technology with a sleek and stylish body to bring you an ultra-compact 5x optical zoom digital camera.
5x Optical Zoom Its amazing to see 5x optical zoom in a digital camera this thin. Plus, you get 5.6x digital zoom, for a total seamless zoom capability of 28x. Dual Image Stabilization Olympus brings you the latest in anti-shake image technology to capture crisp, clear pictures. Mechanical CCD-shift Image Stabilization from Olympus keeps your images clear by adjusting the CCD to compensate for camera shake. Digital Image Stabilization prevents blurry images caused by moving subjects. All-Weather Shoot in rain or shine, at the beach or on the slopes. Sealed and coated in all the right places, the Stylus 750 resists water, snow and dust. Bright Capture Technology Low light is no problem. Even when its too dark for your eyes to see, you can preview your subject clearly on the LCD, then capture an image thats clear and bright without having to use a flash. Plus, Bright Capture Movie lets you record the moments in the dark even after the candles are blown out! 7.1 Megapixel CCD Capture subtle detail in high resolution and create larger printed images without loss of clarity. 2.5 LCD Previewing, composing, shooting and sharing are so much easier and more enjoyable with this bright, premium-sized LCD. TruePic TURBOTM Image Processor With this exclusive technology, you not only get truer colors you also get quicker start-up and shutter release times so you can shoot faster.
Dual Image Stabilization
Without With Olympus takes the shake out of photos with a new mechanical image stabilization feature that adjusts the cameras CCD. Plus.
Without With If your subject moves just as you snap, its no problem. Digital Image Stabilization eliminates the blur.
27 Shooting Modes including QuickTime Movie with Sound Take the best shots in any situation with advanced shooting options such as Landscape, Portrait, Indoor, Night Scene and more. Built-In Help Guide A brief in-camera description helps you quickly choose the ideal setting for each situation and purpose. An improved Shooting Guide even sets the camera for you automatically. One-Touch Easy Print Connect to any PictBridgeTM-enabled printer and enjoy photo lab quality prints, fast. No computer needed.
Bright Capture Technology
Without With See what youre shooting even in the dark. When youre ready, just frame it and take the picture.
7.1 5x 28x
Optical & Digital
Olympus Stylus 750 Specifications
Stock No. 225850
7.1 Megapixel (effective), 7.4 Megapixel gross, 1/2.3 (1.10cm) CCD Lens: 6.4 32.0 mm (36 180mm equivalent in 35mm photography), 6 lenses in 4 groups, 4 aspherical lenses Zoom: 5x Optical Zoom + 5.6x Digital Zoom (seamless to 28x) Aperture Range: f3.3 f5.0 LCD: 2.5 (6.4cm) Color LCD, approx. 215,000 pixels Focus System: CCD Contrast Detection Focus Range: Normal Mode: 27.6 infinity (0.7m infinity) Macro Mode (Wide): 7.9 infinity (0.2m infinity) Macro Mode (Tele): 23.6 infinity (0.6m infinity) Super Macro Mode: 1.2 7.9 (3 20cm) Focus Mode: iESP Auto, Spot AF Shutter Speed: 1/1000 sec. 1/2 sec. (up to 4 sec. in Night Scene mode) ISO: Auto, 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600*1 (equivalent) Metering Mode: Digital ESP Auto Multi-Pattern TTL, Spot Metering White Balance: iESP2 Multi-Pattern Auto TTL, Pre-Set (Daylight, Overcast, Tungsten, Fluorescent1, Fluorescent2, Fluorescent3) Exposure Compensation: 2 EV steps in 1/3 EV steps Recording Modes: Still Image: JPEG Movie: QuickTime motion JPEG Adjustment Resolutions: 3,072 x 2,304, SHQ / HQ 2,560 x 1,920, SQ1 2,304 x 1,728, SQ1 2,048 x 1,536, SQ1 1,600 x 1,200, SQ2 1,280 x 960, SQ2 1,024 x 768, SQx 480, SQ2 Shooting Modes: 27 Shooting Modes: Auto, Program Auto, Scene Preset (Portrait, Landscape, Landscape & Portrait, Night Scene, Night & Portrait, Sport, Indoor*1, Candle*2, Self-Portrait, Available Light Portrait*2, Sunset, Fireworks, Museum, Cuisine, Behind Glass, Documents, Auction*3, Shoot & Select1, Shoot & Select2, Beach & Snow, Under Water Wide1, Under Water Wide2, Under Water Macro), CCD-Shift Image Stabilization, Movie Panorama: Up to 10 frames automatically stitchable with OLYMPUS Master Software when using Olympus brand xD-Picture Card Sequential Shooting: High speed: 3.5 frames per second up to 11 frames in SQ1 mode Normal speed: 0.9 frames per second, 6 frames or more in HQ mode Shooting Assist Functions: Histogram, Frame Assist Movie Mode: QuickTime Movie with Sound: 640x480/15fps, SHQ; 320x240/15 fps, HQ; 160x120/15fps, SQ Image Processing: TruePic TURBO Image Processor Pixel Mapping: Automatic Pixel Mapping (APM) available via menu setting Noise Reduction: Set automatically at shutter speeds of 0.5 seconds or longer Image Playback: Still Image: Single, Index Display (4/9/16/25), Up to 10x Enlargement, Slideshow, Rotation, Calendar, Album, Histogram Movie: Normal, Reverse, Frame-By-Frame Playback Edit Effects: Still Image: Resize, Rotation, Red-Eye Fix, Black & White, Sepia, Frame, Label, Calendar, Brightness, Saturation Movie: Frame Index Direct Printing Options: PictBridgeTM and DPOF Flash: Built-in Flash Modes: Auto (for low-light and backlit conditions), Red-Eye Reduction, Fill-In, Off Flash Working Range: Wide: 12.5 ft. (3.8m), Tele: 8.9 ft. (2.7m) Self-Timer: 12 Seconds/Auto Settings Memorization: On/Off (Hold changes/Reset to default settings) Date/Time Calendar: Simultaneous recording into image data, Automatic up to 2099 Memory: 17MB internal memory Removable Media Card: xD-Picture Card (16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512MB, 1GB or 2GB) Outer Connectors: Multi-terminal (USB connecter, Audio/Video output, DC input*) *Optional DC coupler (CB-MA1) is required. Auto-Connect USB: 2.0 Full Speed (USB mass storage) System Requirements: Auto-Connect USB: Windows 98SE/ME/2000PRO/XP with USB Port, Mac OS 9.0-9.2x/OS X 10.1-10.4 with USB port Software: Windows 98SE/ME/2000PRO/XP, Mac 10.2 and higher Operating Environment: Operation: 32 104F (0 40C), 30% 90% humidity Storage: -4 140F (-20 60C), 10% 90% humidity Power Supply: Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery (LI-42B), AC Adapter (D-7AC) with the Optional DC Coupler (CB-MA1) Size: 3.8 W x 2.1 H x 0.96 D (96mm x 54mm x 24.3mm) Weight: 4.2 oz. (120g) without battery and media card
* Works with Bright Capture. * Works with Bright Capture. Image size is automatically changed to 2,048 x 1,536. * Image quality is limited to 640 x 480.
Olympus xD-Picture CardTM 256MB 512MB 1GB 2GB
MAUSB-200 xD-Picture Card USB Reader/Writer 202049
Leather Case (Vertical, Top-Loading) 200398
LI-42B Lithium Ion Battery 202034
PT-034 Underwater Housing 202070
Neoprene Compact Camera Case Metal Neck Strap MAUSB-10 xD-Picture Card/ SmartMedia USB Reader/Writer POL-34 O-ring for PT-034 LI-40C Replacement Charger D-7AC AC Adapter CB-MA1 DC Coupler (For Use With D-7AC) CB-USB6 Digital Camera USB Cable (Replacement) CB-AVC3 Digital Camera A/V Cable (Replacement) 2-Year Extended Digital Warranty Stylus Digital Accessory Kit Includes Case, Battery and Metal Neck Strap
Stylus 750 Digital Camera LI-42B Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery and Charger USB Cable, Audio/Video Cable Wrist Strap Manual CD-ROM (OLYMPUS Master Software) Warranty Card
Olympus Digital Still Cameras can be used with confidence wherever you go. They are backed by a oneyear repair warranty service that is available worldwide. Please contact our service center or check the Authorized Distributors list for service and applicable areas of service. May not be available in all areas. Specifications subject to change without notice or obligation on the part of the manufacturer. 2006 Olympus Imaging America Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. Olympus and Stylus are trademarks or registered trademarks of Olympus Corporation, Olympus Imaging America Inc. or their affiliated entities. All trademarks and registered trademarks listed herein are the property of their respective holders. D1348-0806
The memory gauge lights up when you take a still picture. While the gauge is lit, the camera is storing the picture on the card. The memory gauge indication changes as shown below depending on the shooting status. The indication is not displayed during movie recording.
Before shooting (Gauge is off)
One picture taken (Lit)
More than two taken (Lit)
No more pictures can be taken (Fully lit) Wait until the gauge returns to the status on the left to take the next shot.
If the remaining battery power is low, the battery check indication changes as follows when the camera is turned on or while the camera is in use.
Lights (green) (Goes off after a while) Remaining power level: high
Blinks (red) Remaining power level: low Ready new batteries.
Remaining power level: exhausted Replace with new batteries.
How to use this manual
Set the mode dial to any of the marks shown here. Follow the arrows to perform menu operations. For details on operating procedures, see How to use the menus (P.33).
This represents the arrow pad. Only arrows applicable to the operation are shown. This sample page is only for your reference. It may differ from the actual page in this manual.
Attaching the strap
Pass the lens cap string through the hole in the lens cap, then pass the other end through the loop and pull tight. Pull the ends of the strap out of the stopper and ring.
Thread one end of the strap (A) through the string loop (attached to the lens cap in step 1). Then thread it through the strap eyelet on the camera. Thread the end of the strap back through the ring and stopper as indicated by the arrows. Adjust the strap to the desired length. Pull the strap through the stopper (B) to make sure it is fastened securely. Attach the strap to the other eyelet following steps 3 to 5.
Be careful with the strap when you carry the camera, as it can easily catch on stray objects, causing injury or damage. Attach the strap correctly as shown above so that the camera does not fall off. If the strap is attached incorrectly and the camera falls off, Olympus is not responsible for any damages.
Set the mode dial to h and press the power switch.
The camera and the viewfinder turn on.
While looking through the viewfinder, slowly turn the diopter adjustment dial.
Viewfinder Diopter adjustment dial
Turn the dial until the AF target mark can be seen clearly.
AF target mark
Holding the camera
Hold the camera firmly with both hands while keeping your elbows at your sides to prevent the camera from moving. When taking pictures in the vertical position, hold the camera so that the flash is higher than the lens. Keep your fingers and the strap away from the lens and flash. Horizontal grip Vertical grip
Top view Do not hold this part of the lens.
Clear pictures cannot be obtained if the camera moves as the shutter button is pressed. Hold the camera correctly, and press the shutter button gently.
About the menus
When you turn on the camera and press e, the top menu is displayed on the monitor (or viewfinder). The functions of this camera are set from the menus. This chapter explains how the menus work, using the P mode screens.
The top menu is displayed.
Using the menus
Use the arrow pad to select a menu.
Take you directly to the setting screens. Display operational buttons at the bottom of the screen. The functions registered in the shortcut menus can also be accessed from the MODE MENU. The shortcut menus can be replaced in modes other than hnq. gSetting the shortcut menu (P.143)
Lets you access the menu selections to set the ISO, sharpness, etc. Categorizes the settings into 4 tabs. Press ac to select a tab and display the associated menu items. There is no mode menu in h mode.
SEt CARD PIC CAMERA
ISO A/S/M SLOW HI AF BKt
DRIVE ISO A/S/M SLOW SLOW1
How to use the menus 1 Press e to display the top
menu. Press d. Top menu
2 Press ac to select
a tab, then press d. CAMERA tab
Press b to return to the tab selection screen. continued overleaf)
SEt CARD PICtURE CAM HQ WB SHARPNESS CONtRASt AUtO
Arrow pad OK/Menu button
SEt CARD PIC CAM
SEtUP CARD PIC CAM ALL RESEt PW ON/OFF SEtUP REC VIEW SLEEP ON 3 MIN
How to use the menus
3 Press ac to select an
item, then press d.
SEt CARD PIC CAMERA DRIVE ISO A/S/M SLOW SLOW1
4 Press acto select a
setting. Press e to complete setting. Press e again to exit the menu and return to shooting status.
DRIVE ISO A/S/M SLOW
AUtO 200 SLOW 400
DRIVE ISO A/S/M
b or e To return to select an item, press b or e.
Select the shooting mode to be used when the mode dial is set to p.
In the top menu, select MODE A, MENU CAMERA A/S/M S or M, and press e.
SEt CARD PIC CAMERA DRIVE ISO A/S/M SLOW A S M
Aperture priority shooting
Select A mode.
gA/S/M mode (P.67)
Press ac to set the aperture value.
a : The aperture value increases. c : The aperture value decreases.
If the aperture value is displayed in red, the aperture setting is unsuitable for the conditions. Take the following steps. (When the aperture value is displayed in green, the setting will provide optimum exposure.) Aperture value
1/1000 F2.8 4"
appears : The image is overexposed. Press a to increase the aperture value.
appears : The image is underexposed. Press c to decrease the aperture value.
Aperture range :Toward W : f2.8 to f8.0 Toward T : f3.7 to f8.0
When the flash is set to the auto-flash mode, the shutter speed is fixed at 1/30 sec. in the maximum wide angle, or 1/320 sec. in the maximum telephoto, and will not go slower.
Shutter priority shooting
Select S mode.
Press ac to set the shutter speed.
a : Sets a faster shutter speed. c : Sets a slower shutter speed. ac
If the shutter speed is displayed in red, the setting is unsuitable for the conditions. Take the following steps. (When the shutter speed is displayed in green, the setting will provide optimum exposure.) Shutter speed
1/50 1/800 F2.8
appears : The image is overexposed. Press a to set a faster shutter speed.
appears : The image is underexposed. Press c to set a slower shutter speed.
Shutter speed range : 1 to 1/1000 sec.
Shutter speeds that can be set differ according to the flash setting.
Select M mode.
Use the arrow pad to set the aperture value and shutter speed.
d b a c : : : : The aperture value increases. The aperture value decreases. Sets a faster shutter speed. Sets a slower shutter speed.
x AEL Custom button Arrow pad
When the shutter button is halfway pressed, the difference (ranging from -3.0 to +3.0 EV) between the exposure determined by the currently selected aperture and shutter speed compared to the exposure level considered optimal by the camera is displayed. If the exposure differential appears in red, it indicates that the exposure differential is less than -3.0 EV or more than +3.0 EV. When you press x, the screen on the right appears with the bar indicating current exposure settings.
If the remote control receiver is exposed to strong light, the effective signal distance may be reduced or shooting may not take place. To shoot sequential shots using the remote control device, press and hold the shutter button on the remote control device. If the camera does not receive the remote control signal properly, sequential shooting may stop. Read the remote control devices instruction manual for information on playback by remote control device.
There are 4 sequential shooting modes: sequential shooting, high speed sequential shooting, AF sequential shooting and auto bracketing. Sequential shooting modes can be selected from the DRIVE mode menu. Sequential shooting cannot be performed when the record mode is set to TIFF. Drive mode o : Shoots 1 frame at a time when the shutter button is pressed. (Normal shooting mode, single-frame shooting) j : Focus, exposure and white balance are locked at the first frame. Approx. 8 frames at 1.3 frames/sec. (in HQ mode) i : Pictures can be taken at a faster speed than normal sequential shooting. The sequential shooting speed varies depending on the record mode setting. 2 frames at 1.8 frames/sec. k : Focus is individually locked for each frame. The AF sequential shooting speed is slower than for normal sequential shooting. BKT : gAuto bracketing BKT (P.90)
Sequential shooting, high speed sequential shooting and AF sequential shooting j i k
In the top menu, select MODE MENU CAMERA DRIVE j, i or k, and press e.
Press the shutter button fully and keep it pressed. The camera will take pictures in sequence until you release the button. During sequential shooting, the subject does not appear on the viewfinder and monitor.
SEt CARD PIC CAMERA DRIVE ISO A/S/M SLOW HI AF BKt
Auto bracketing BKT
Under some conditions, you may obtain better results shooting with exposure compensation than by using the exposure setting considered optimal by the camera. When auto bracketing is set, the exposure is changed automatically for each frame when you start shooting. The exposure differential and number of frames can be selected in the menus. The focus and white balance are locked at the first frame. Ex: When BKT is set to 1.0 3
The highest quality mode. As the images are Clearer Larger saved as uncompressed data, this is the best mode for printing or image-processing on a PC. This mode has different resolutions to choose from, depending on your purpose. Selecting 3:2 lets you print the entire image without losing its borders - almost the same image size as that used by photo labs. A high quality mode using the JPEG format. Because the compression rate is very low, high quality can be maintained. Selecting 3:2 lets you print the entire image without losing its borders - almost the same image size as that used by photo labs. The ENLARGE SIZE function is useful when printing on large-format paper. A high quality mode with medium compression. Because the compression rate is higher than SHQ, file sizes are smaller, so more images can be saved to a card. Like SHQ, resolution can be changed by using 3:2 or the ENLARGE SIZE function. The most compressed modes. For each resolution, you can choose HIGH (to reduce noise) or NORMAL (to save more images). Select the best setting for your purpose Normal Smaller (printing, Internet pages, etc.).
Adjusting the image quality and exposure
Still Picture Record Modes
Record mode Resolution Compression File format Memory capacity in no. of shots 32MB With sound Without sound 12
3:1200 Uncompressed TIFF Low 3:1520 compression ENLARGE SIZE 3:1520 NORMAL ENLARGE SIZE HIGH JPEG NORMAL HIGH NORMAL HIGH NORMAL HIGH NORMAL HIGH NORMAL HIGH uses low compression/NORMAL uses normal compression
Movie Record Modes
Record mode HQ SQ Resolution (15frames/sec.) (15frames/sec.) 32MB With sound Without sound 93 sec. 96 sec. 374 sec. 424 sec.
The card memory capacity listed in the table is approximate. The number of remaining pictures may change according to the subject or factors like whether print reservations have been made or not. In certain instances, the number of remaining pictures does not change even when you take pictures or stored images are erased. If movies are shot with VIDEO OUT set to PAL and the AV cable connected, the movie recording time will differ from the time listed in the Movie Record Modes table.
The card access lamp blinks while the camera is reading the movie from the card. Reading of movies may take considerable time. Do not open the card cover while the card access lamp is blinking, as this may cause not only the data on the card to be damaged, but may also render the card unusable.
This function lets you create indexes as well as edit movies. However, you cannot edit movies of the following lengths: Movies without sound : Longer than approximately 30 seconds in HQ mode Longer than approximately 150 seconds in SQ mode Movies with sound : Longer than approximately 30 seconds in HQ mode Longer than approximately 130 seconds in SQ mode INDEX 9 frames extracted from a movie are displayed as an index to show the movie at a glance. Indexes can be stored on the card as a still picture. This function lets you erase parts of the movie that you do not want.
Use the arrow pad to select a picture with n.
In the top menu, select MOVIE PLAY, then choose each item.
gHow to use the menus (P.33) Select INDEX gP.124 Select EDIT gP.126
INDEX - Creating an index
Press ac to select INDEX, then press e.
When there is insufficient card memory, a warning screen appears and the display returns to the setting screen.
MOVIE PLAY MOVIE PLAYBACK INDEX EDIt SELECt GO
Use the arrow pad to select the first frame of the index and press e.
a: Jumps to the first frame of the movie. c : Jumps to the last frame of the movie. d : Displays the next frame. The movie can be played continuously by holding the OK button down. b : Displays the previous frame. The movie can be played continuously in reverse by holding the button down.
As in Step 4, use the arrow pad to select the last frame of the index and press e.
Press ac to select OK, then press e.
OK The 9 frames extracted from the movie appear as an index display, then the RESEt camera returns to the playback mode. The CANCEL index is stored as a new picture. GO SELECt If you want to select different frames, select RESET and press e and repeat the procedure from Step 4. To quit the editing function, select CANCEL and press e.
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: HIGH) SQ2 (pixels: HIGH)
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.
EDIT - Editing a movie
Press ac to select EDIT, then press e.
MOVIE PLAY MOVIE PLAYBACK INDEX EDIt
Use the arrow pad to select the first frame of the part you want to keep and press e.
OPTICAL ZOOM WIDE
#SLOW NOISE REDUCTION MULTI METERING
P.101 P.101 P.101
DIGITAL ZOOM OFF P.54 INFO OFF P.150 This sets whether the monitor turns on or not when the camera is turned on.
Functions listed in the table below can be assigned to the custom button on the camera. This makes it easy to jump to frequently used functions simply by pressing the custom button without having to select a shortcut menu or MODE MENU from the top menu.
Available functions AE LOCK (factory default setting) AF LOCK DRIVE ISO A/S/M #SLOW NOISE REDUCTION DIGITAL ZOOM FULLTIME AF AF MODE % FUNCTION INFO u K WB R (still pictures)
Ref. Page P.82 P.75 P.89 P.104 P.67 P.61 P.113 P.54 P.73 P.72 P.85 P.96 P.150 P.114 P.99 P.106 P.97
o, j, i, k, BKT AUTO, 50, 100, 200, 400 A, S, M #SLOW1, HSLOW1, #SLOW2 OFF, ON OFF, ON OFF, ON iESP, SPOT OFF, ON OFF, BLACK & WHITE, SEPIA, WHITE BOARD, BLACK BOARD OFF, ON OFF, ON TIFF, SHQ, HQ, SQ1, SQ2 AUTO, 5, 3, 1, w, x, y OFF, ON
Setting the custom button
In the top menu, select MODE MENU SETUP CUSTOM BUTTON, and press d.
Press ac to select a function, then press d.
Press e again to exit the menu.
CUStOM BUttON AE LOCK AF LOCK DRIVE ISO SELECt GO
Using the custom button
The monitor turns on and the function currently set to the custom button appears.
Ex: When DRIVE is set on the custom button
Set by repeatedly pressing the button.
TIPS When ISO is set to the custom button but you want to use AE lock The AE lock function cannot be used when a different function is set to the custom button. Reset AE lock to the custom button by following Setting the custom button (P.140).
You cannot set the custom button separately in each time.
You can set three shortcut menus (A, B, C) on the top menu in a still picture shooting mode (except h). This is useful when you want to go quickly to frequently used functions.
A Default setting A : DRIVE B: K C: WB
Functions that can be set in the shortcut menu DRIVE ISO A/S/M r1/2/3/4 w #SLOW NOISE REDUCTION
Ref. Page P.89 P.104 P.67 P.71 P.62 P.61 P.113 P.80 P.54 P.73 P.72 P.85
Functions that can be set in the shortcut menu PANORAMA 2 IN 1 FUNCTION AF AREA INFO u K WB > SHARPNESS CONTRAST SATURATION R (still pictures)
Ref. Page P.92 P.94 P.96 P.74 P.150 P.114 P.99 P.106 P.109 P.110 P.111 P.112 P.97
MULTI METERING DIGITAL ZOOM FULLTIME AF AF MODE %
Setting the shortcut menu
You can set the three shortcut menus designated by A, B and C on the diagram shown right.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU SETUP SHORT CUT, and press d.
Press ac to select A, B or C, then press d.
SHORt CUt DRIVE WB SELECt GO SHORt CUt DRIVE ISO A/S/M 1/2/3/4 SELECt GO
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.
This function lets you display detailed shooting information on the monitor for approx. 3 seconds in the playback mode. For details of the information displayed, see Viewfinder and monitor indications (P.12).
In the top menu, select MODE MENU CAMERA INFO ON or OFF, and press e.
Pressing b in the top menu displays the full amount of shooting information on the monitor (ON).
Ex. Playback mode
To turn INFO off, press e to display the top menu and press b again.
When INFO is ON
When INFO is OFF
If the picture has been taken with a different camera, setting INFO to ON in q mode may still not display all the information. If u is set, the histogram is displayed regardless of whether INFO is set to ON or OFF.
Monitor/viewfinder brightness Adjustment
This function lets you adjust the brightness of the monitor and viewfinder respectively.
In the top menu, select MODE s, and press MENU SETUP d.
Press ac to adjust the brightness while looking in the monitor or viewfinder, and when you have set the desired level, press e.
Pressing a brightens the monitor or viewfinder, and pressing c darkens it. Press e again to exit the menu.
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. Pressing the shutter button halfway during Rec View lets you resume shooting immediately. 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 top menu, select MODE MENU SETUP REC VIEW OFF or ON, and press e.
SLEEP - Sleep Timer
The camera automatically enters the sleep mode and stops the operation when the preset time has elapsed with no operations performed. The camera activates again as soon as you touch the shutter button or arrow pad.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU SETUP SLEEP 30 SEC, 1 MIN, 3 MIN, 5 MIN or 10 MIN, and press e.
The sleep mode is not activated when using the AC adapter. In q mode, the sleep mode is activated after 3 minutes regardless of the setting and the monitor turns off. If a slideshow lasts more than 30 minutes, the camera automatically enters the sleep mode and the monitor turns off.
You can set the kind of beep sound used for button operations or warnings. You can also set the volume of each kind of sound to LOW or HIGH. The factory default settings are 1 for the kind of sound and LOW for the volume. You can turn the sound off completely by setting OFF.
The flash was set to the fill-in flash mode. The subject was excessively illuminated. Select a flash mode other than fill-in flash. Adjust the exposure compensation toward minus () or change the camera position. P.55 P.105
The picture is too dark.
The flash was blocked by your finger. The subject was out of the working range of the flash. The flash was not enabled. The subject was too small and was backlit. The sequential shooting mode was used. When shooting a bright subject such as a landscape, the picture comes out darker than the actual colors. Hold the camera correctly, keeping your fingers away from the flash. Shoot within the flash working range. P.31
Push the flash lever up to make the flash pop up. Set the flash to fill-in mode, or use the spot metering mode. Higher shutter speeds are used when the sequential shooting mode is selected, which may result in pictures that are darker than usual. Select o in the DRIVE menu. Adjust the exposure compensation toward plus (+).
P.55 P.55, 79
The colors of pictures taken indoors look unnatural.
Indoor lighting can affect the pictures colors. No white in frame. The white balance setting is wrong. Set the white balance according to the lighting. P.106
Include something white in the picture, or shoot using the fill-in flash mode. Adjust the white balance according to the light source.
The picture has obscured edge(s).
The lens was partly blocked by your finger or the strap. Hold the camera correctly, keeping your fingers and the strap away from the lens. P.31
The picture is out of focus.
The camera moved when the shutter button was pressed. The subject was too close. Hold the camera correctly and press the shutter button gently. Move further away from the subject. To take pictures closer than 7 cm (2.8") with the zoom in the maximum WIDE position, use the super macro mode. Push the flash lever up to make the flash pop up. Camera movement occurs easily with slower shutter speeds. Use a tripod, or hold the camera firmly. Clean the lens. Use a commercially available blower blush and then wipe with a lens cleaner to remove dust. Mold may form on the lens surface if the lens is left dirty. Focus the camera on an object at the same distance as the intended subject using the focus lock function before composing your shot. P.31
The flash was not enabled in a lighting condition requiring use of the flash. The lens was dirty.
The picture was out of focus even though the green lamp was lit.
Halation produces unnatural colors in the picture.
This may be caused by excessively bright ultraviolet light on the subject, such as sunlight shining through the leaves of trees, window frames in bright light at night, reflection of metal in direct sunlight, etc. Use a UV filter. As this may upset the overall color balance, it should only be used in the conditions described on the left. Process the picture on a PC using a graphics application (Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro, etc.). For example, after picking up unnatural colors with a syringe tool, etc. you can select color areas, and try color conversion or saturation adjustment. For details, refer to the manual for the graphics application you are using.
The batteries soon run down.
The camera is being used in a cold environment. The camera misread the remaining battery power. Battery performance deteriorates in low temperatures. Keep the camera warm by putting it inside your coat or clothing. When the power consumption fluctuates greatly, the camera may turn off without displaying the low battery warning. Replace with new batteries.
List of menus
Top menu DRIVE K X CARD SETUP Setting o, j, i, k SHQ 2288 1712, HQ 2288 1712, SQ960, SQ480 YES, NO Ref. Page P.89 P.99 P.28 P.148
Top menu MODE MENU Tab CAMERA Function DRIVE1 ISO A/S/M2 r1/2/3/43 Setting Ref. Page o, j, i, P.k, BKT AUTO, 50, 100, 200, P.A/S/M P.67 MY MODE 1 P.71 MY MODE 4 -2.0 +2.0 P.62 #SLOW1, P.61 HSLOW1, #SLOW2 OFF, ON P.113 OFF, ON P.80 OFF, ON P.54 OFF, ON P.73 iESP, SPOT P.72 OFF, ON P.85 P.92 P.94 OFF, BLACK & P.96 WHITE, SEPIA, WHITE BOARD, BLACK BOARD P.74 OFF, ON P.150 OFF, ON P.114 OFF, ON P.97 TIFF, SHQ, HQ, P.99 SQ1, SQ2 AUTO, PRESET, P.106 V -7 +7 P.109 -5 +5 P.110 -5 +5 P.111 -5 +5 P.112 YES, NO P.148
#SLOW NOISE REDUCTION4 MULTI METERING5 DIGITAL ZOOM6 FULLTIME AF AF MODE %6 PANORAMAIN 1 FUNCTION
AF AREA INFO u5 R (still pictures) K WB > SHARPNESS CONTRAST SATURATION CARD SETUP
CARD To the next page
Top menu MODE MENU Tab SETUP Function ALL RESET8 W Setting Ref. Page OFF, ON P.137 ENGLISH, P.26 FRANCAIS, DEUTSCH, ESPAOL OFF, 1, 2 P.157 OFF, ON P.SEC, 1 MIN, 3 P.153 MIN, 5 MIN, 10 MIN PRESENT, RESET, P.145 CUSTOM RESET, AUTO P.159 P.160 P.151 P.28 m, ft P.161 NTSC, PAL P.162 A, B, C P.142 P.139 OFF, 1, 2 P.154 OFF, 1, 2 P.155 Functions set as shortcuts
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.
Double-click the Macintosh HD icon on the desktop.
The Hard Disk window is displayed.
Drag & drop the image you want to save in the computer (in this case, P1010012.JPG) to the Hard Disk window. The image is saved in the computer (in the Hard disk). To select all images, click Edit > Select all.
When the image file has been copied to the computer, you can view images by double-clicking the image files in the Hard Disk folder. The files will be opened in the default image viewer of the operating system. If you want to view the image a different size or process it, you will need to open the image with software that supports JPEG or TIFF images files, such as Paint Shop Pro, Photoshop or CAMEDIA Master software. The lamp on the right of the viewfinder or the card access lamp blinks while the image is being copied. Never open the card cover on the camera, load or remove the batteries, or connect or disconnect the AC adapter while the lamp is blinking as the image files may be destroyed.
Indications used in this manual Important information on factors which may lead to a malfunction or operational problems. Also warns of operations that should be absolutely avoided. Useful information and hints that will help you get the most out of your camera. Reference pages describing details or associated information. Reference pages describing details or associated information in the CD reference manual. See the ENGLISH Reference manual.
1 Functions changed by updating the firmware 4
Camera display language..4 Connection to a computer. 5 Direct printing function. 6
2 Direct printing
Using the direct printing function. 7 Connecting the camera to a printer. 8 Printing pictures. 9 PRINT mode/MULTI PRINT mode. 9 ALL PRINT mode. 13 ALL INDEX mode/PRINT ORDER mode. 15 Trim the picture. 17 Exiting direct printing. 19 If an error code is displayed. 20 Troubleshooting. 21
1 Functions changed by updating the firmware
Camera display language
Since you selected ENGLISH for the cameras display on the web sites firmware update page, only ENGLISH is displayed. It is not possible to switch to other languages (see below). Before updating
Top menu MODE MENU
Menu List (P.184 to 187)
Tab SETUP Function Setting ENGLISH, FRANCAIS, DEUTSCH, ESPAOL
Top menu MODE MENU Tab SETUP Function Setting ENGLISH
Connection to a computer
When the USB cable is used to connect the camera to a computer, follow the procedure below to select PC in the camera settings.
The location of the USB port varies depending on the computer. For details, refer to your computers manual.
Set the cameras mode dial to q. Plug the other end of the USB cable into the cameras USB connector. Press the power switch to turn the camera on.
The selection screen for the USB connection (shown right) is displayed on the monitor. Press ac to select PC and press e. The computer recognizes the camera as a new device.
When you connect the camera to the computer for the first time, the computer automatically recognizes the camera. Click OK when the message saying that the installation is completed appears. The computer recognizes the camera as a Removable Disk.
Direct printing function
The size of the printed picture varies depending on the printer settings. If the trimmed picture size is small, printing magnification increases accordingly, resulting in a printed picture with lower resolution. For best results with close-up prints, you are recommended to use the TIFF, SHQ or HQ mode.
Exiting direct printing
When you have finished printing, disconnect the camera from the printer.
In the PRINT MODE SELECT screen, select b.
The message is displayed.
TURN OFF THE POWER
Press the power switch to turn the camera off.
Remove the USB cable from the printer
If an error code is displayed
If an error code appears on the cameras monitor during direct print setting or printing, see the following table. For more details, refer to the printers instruction manual. Monitor indication NO CONNECTION Possible cause The camera is not connected to the printer correctly. There is no paper in the printer. Corrective action Disconnect the camera and connect it again correctly. Load some paper in the printer.
The printer has run out of Replace the ink cartridge ink. in the printer. NO INK The paper is jammed. JAMMED Remove the jammed paper.
The printers paper Do not manipulate the cassette has been printer while making removed or the printer settings on the camera. SETTINGS CHANGED has been manipulated while making settings on the camera. There is a problem with the printer and/or camera. Turn off the camera and printer. Check the printer and remedy any problems before turning the power on again.
TIPS If an error code other than those shown above is displayed, refer to Error codes ( P.174).
If you have trouble connecting the camera to a printer after updating the firmware, take the action described below.
The printer fails to connect Possible cause PC was selected on the monitor after connecting to the printer with a USB cable. Corrective action Disconnect the USB cable from the camera and start again from the beginning. Ref. Page g P.8
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