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Olympus C-40zoom Additional Instructions
Olympus C-40zoom Quick Start Guide
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|ekopelowitz||4:29pm on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010|
|Style and substance This camera manages to combine great styling with a performance that matches its stunning looks. Smart and compact - a great camera !! This is my second digital camera - I upgraded from a 2. Mighty mini Good pointsQuality of images, small size AND good handling.|
|glsarto||12:16pm on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010|
|Smart and compact - a great camera !! This is my second digital camera - I upgraded from a 2.|
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|Ok so I am new to this ciao thing. Small, many facilities, good quality photos, good quality build Takes time to learn menu functions.|
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Startup/Shutdown image (factory default setting)
Chapter 1 Card check
When the power is turned on, the camera checks the card automatically. Control panel Monitor TIPS There is no card in the camera or the card is not locked into place. T Insert a card. If a card is already inserted, remove it and insert it again.
Card error mark
There is a problem with the card. T Use a new card.
CAUTION ERASING ALL
The card cannot record, play back or erase pictures. T Format the card. 1 Press to select FORMAT, then press. The FORMAT screen appears. 2 Press to select FORMAT, then press to start formatting. When formatting is complete, the monitor will display the subject you are shooting.
It is possible to set the date/time of the built-in clock. Since the date/time is saved with recorded pictures, be sure to set it correctly.
1 Open the lens barrier to turn 2 Press on the camera and enter the (P. 44).
to display Menu turns on
The monitor automatically.
on 3 Press MENU. the arrow pad to select MODE
In this step and the following steps, the screens show examples of the menus displayed in the P mode.
SETUP CARD PIC CAM
4 Press to select SETUP, then press.
The items in the SETUP menu appear.
PW ON SETUP PW OFF SETUP
5 Press to select
, then press.
m/ft SHORT CUT
Date/time setting (Cont.)
is selected in green on 6 When the screen, press to select the date format. Select any one of the following formats: DMY (Day/Month/Year) MDY (Month/Day/Year) YMD (Year/Month/Day) This step and the following steps show the procedure used when the date and time settings are set to Y-M-D.
7 Press to move to the year (Y) setting.
to 8 Press (M) set the year. When the year is set, press to move to the month setting. Repeat this procedure until the date and time are completely set. To move back to the previous setting, press.
. off the 9 Press camera returns to the menu 10 To turn barrier. camera, close The the lens screen. If is pressed again, the menu will disappear. For a more accurate setting, don't press until the clock hits 00 seconds. The clock starts when you press the button. The lens is retracted.
towards subject while viewing through the 1 Point the camerasubject onathe AF target mark. monitor. Place the button 2 Press the shutterexposurehalfway. are locked, the green lamp lights. When focus and (brightness)
Viewfinder Orange lamp
the shutter all the way. 3 Press orange lamp buttonup during movie recording. The lights
During movie recording, sound is recorded simultaneously. T See Recording sound with movies (P. 100).
Seconds remaining* * The displayed seconds remaining shows the time you can shoot continuously by holding down the shutter button.
Recording movies (Cont.) 4 Press the shutter button all the way to stop recording.
The card access lamp blinks and the camera begins storing the movie on the card. You cannot record another movie as long as the card access OK lamp is blinking. When the card access lamp stops blinking, the camera has finished writing the movie to the card. If there is any space left on the card, the number of seconds remaining is displayed. You Card access lamp can start shooting another movie. When you the remaining time displayed has been used up, shooting stops automatically and the camera starts writing the movie to the card. This will happen regardless of whether or not you press the shutter button to stop shooting.
If you take pictures continuously, the indication changes as shown below.
Shooting finishes automatically.
After shooting, these indications may still be on the screen. Shooting is not possible until they are gone.
Shooting is not possible. T Shooting is not possible while the camera is saving pictures to the card. If the memory gauge goes off, you can take another shot. T If CARD FULL appears, there is no space left on the card. Delete pictures (P. 134, 135), replace with a new card (P. 29) or transfer pictures to a computer (P. 175 178, 181).
Recording movies (Cont.)
In the mode, the default setting for is OFF. During movie recording, you can use the optical zoom unless is set to ON in which case the optical zoom is not available. However, if DIGITAL ZOOM is set to ON, the digital zoom is available.
Zoom Telephoto/Wide-angle shooting
Telephoto/Wide-angle shooting is possible at up to 2.8x magnification (optical zoom limit). By combining the digital zoom with the 2.8x optical zoom, zoom magnification up to approx. 7x (equivalent to 35 mm245 mm on a 35 mm camera) is possible. Shoot a wider view picture (wide-angle) Press the zoom lever toward W to zoom out. Zoom in on a subject (telephoto) Press the zoom lever toward T to zoom in.
1 P A/S/M
: In the top menu, select DIGITAL ZOOM T ON. : In the top menu, select MODE MENU T CAMERA T DIGITAL ZOOM T ON.
Zoom Telephoto/Wide-angle shooting (Cont.)
the zoom lever 2 Pressmonitor turns on. towards T. The
If the monitor turns off, the digital zoom returns to 1x.
Indicates digital zoom
Indicates optical zoom
Digital zoom ON
The cursor moves on the zoom indicator according to the zoom magnification.
Factory default setting: OFF
In the mode, the factory default setting of is OFF. During movie recording, you can only use the optical zoom. Zoom in/out during (movie record) mode When is set to ON in the menu during the mode, only digital zoom can function while shooting. For this reason, it is necessary to select the optical zoom magnification level by using the zoom lever before shooting. If DIGITAL ZOOM is set to OFF in the mode, zooming is not possible.
In the mode, you cannot use both the optical zoom and digital zoom. Images captured with the Digital Zoom may appear grainy. Camera movement is likely to happen at higher magnifications. Stabilize the camera with a tripod, etc. to avoid camera movement.
Select a flash mode appropriate to the lightning conditions and the effect you want to achieve. You can also adjust the amount of light emitted using the flash intensity control (P. 89). The flash modes are as follows:
Automatically fires in low-light and backlight conditions.
Red-eye reduction flash
This mode significantly reduces the phenomenon of red-eye by emitting about 10 preflashes before firing the regular flash. This mode works the same as the auto-flash except for the pre-flashes.
The subjects eyes appear red.
After the pre-flash, it takes about 1 second before the shutter is released, so do not move the camera and hold it firmly. Effectiveness may be limited if the subject is not looking directly at the preflashes, or if the shooting range is too far. Individual physical characteristics may also limit effectiveness.
The flash fires regardless of available light. This mode is useful for eliminating shadows on the subjects face or for correcting the color shift produced by artificial lighting (especially fluorescent light). Fill-in flash may not have the desired effect under excessively bright light.
Flash shooting (Cont.)
The flash does not fire even in low-light conditions. Use this mode in situations where flash photography is not desired or is prohibited, or when you want to shoot a natural-looking twilight or night scene. Since a slow shutter speed is automatically selected in low-light situations when in the flash off mode, the use of a tripod is recommended to prevent your pictures from being blurred by camera movement.
The Slow Synchronization flash is designed for slow shutter speeds. Normally, when shooting with a flash, shutter speeds cannot go below a certain level to prevent camera movement. But when shooting a night scene background, fast shutter speeds can make the background too dark. Slow Synchronization flash allows both a slow shutter speed for the background and a flash for the subject.
SLOW1: 1st curtain (front curtain) Usually, regardless of the shutter speed, the flash fires right after the shutter fully opens. This is called 1st curtain. Unless you change it, this is how the flash always fires.
SLOW2: 2nd curtain (rear curtain) In contrast to 1st curtain, 2nd curtain fires the flash just before the shutter closes. Changing the flash timing can create interesting effects in your picture, such as expressing the movement of a car by showing the taillights streaming backwards. The slower the shutter speed, the better the effects turn out. Slowest possible shutter speed depends on the shooting mode: M mode : 16 sec. P/A/S mode : 4 sec. (depending on the ISO setting.) When the shutter speed is set to 4 sec.
4 sec. 4 0
2nd curtain flash fires
1st curtain flash fires
Shutter fully opens
SLOW: 1st curtain with red-eye reduction This is for when you want to use Slow Synchronization yet also reduce redeye. For instance, when shooting a person against a brightly lit night background. A normal flash might make the persons eyes red, but 1st curtain with red-eye reduction lets you capture the background correctly and reduce red-eye at the same time. 2nd curtain with red-eye reduction is not available.
Using the Slow Synchronization flash
Use the menu to select one of the 3 Slow synchronization flash modes above.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU T CAMERA T SLOW1, SLOW2 or SLOW.
Using the flash Chapter 4
the (flash mode) 1 Press indication appears. button repeatedly until the desired flash mode The flash mode changes as follows (if all modes are available): Auto-flash (no indication) Red-eye reduction flash Fill-in flash
Flash mode Control panel
SLOW Slow synchronization flash
Orange lamp Viewfinder
shutter 2 Press thethe flash button halfway. lamp Before fires, the orange blinks. the 3 Pressflash shutter button all the way. The fires. Flash working range W (max.): Approx. 0.8 m 3 m (2.6 ft 9.8 ft) T (max.): Approx. 0.25 m 1.8 m (0.8 ft 5.9 ft)
Modes & Flash mode Mode Flash mode Auto-flash, , Auto-flash, SLOW, All modes A S M All modes SLOW, All modes*
* Depending on the shooting mode selected.
Factory default setting Auto-flash Auto-flash SLOW Auto-flash Auto-flash SLOW Auto-flash
If the flash dose not fire T Flash does not fire in the following situations: When shooting a bright subject, in the movie record mode, during Sequential shooting ( , , BKT) (P. 96, 97), when FUNCTION is set to WHITE BOARD/ BLACK BOARD (P. 103), during Panoramic shooting (P. 101). The orange lamp blinks. T The flash is charging. Remove your finger from the shutter button. When the lamp stops blinking, press it again. Camera movement warning (Auto, Red-eye reduction, Fill-in) When the orange lamp lights, the shutter speed locks at its current level. This helps prevent camera shake problems (shutter speeds that are too slow can cause blur). However, if the zoom magnification is increased while the orange lamp is lit, the camera will increase the locked shutter speed accordingly. Zoom position & Shutter speed W (max.): 1/30 sec., T (max.): 1/100 sec.
the shutter button on the remote control. 4 Press cameras self-timer/remote control lamp blinks for about 3 seconds The before taking the picture. Factory default setting: OFF
If the cameras self-timer/remote control lamp does not blink after pressing the shutter button on the remote control. T The remote control may be too far from the camera. Move closer to the camera and press the shutter button again on the remote control. T There is signal interference. Change the signal as described in the remote controls instructions. How to cancel the remote control mode. T The remote control mode is not canceled automatically after shooting. Perform step 2 on page 94: Set to OFF.
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 in the still picture shooting mode ( , , , , , P, A/S/M, ) using the remote control, press and hold the shutter button on the remote control. If the camera does not receive the remote control signal properly, sequential shooting may stop. Read the remote controls instructions for information on playback with the remote control. If you are diagonally below the camera and you point the remote control at the remote control receiver on the monitor side, the remote control signal will have difficulty reaching the receiver.
There are 3 Sequential shooting modes: Sequential shooting , AF Sequential shooting and Auto bracketing BKT. Sequential shooting modes can be selected from the DRIVE mode menu. Drive mode Single-frame shooting : Shoots 1 frame at a time when the shutter button is pressed all the way. (normal shooting) Sequential shooting : Sequential shooting & AF Sequential shooting T See below. AF Sequential shooting : Sequential shooting & AF Sequential shooting T See below. Auto bracketing BKT : Auto bracketing T P. 97
Sequential shooting & AF Sequential shooting
Sequential shooting : Shoots pictures sequentially. Focus, exposure and white balance are locked at the first frame. AF Sequential shooting : Shoots pictures sequentially. Focus is locked for each frame automatically. The AF Sequential shooting speed is lower than normal sequential shooting.
1 In the. top menu, select MODE MENU T CAMERA T DRIVET 2 Take pictures. button all the way and Press the shutter
keep it pressed. The camera will take pictures in sequence until you release the button. Sequential shooting speed (HQ mode): 2 frames/sec. approx., number of pictures: 8 max.
1 In the top menu, select MODE MENU T CAMERA T shutter button. When 2 Press the starts, turn the camera recording
microphone towards the subject you want to record. The sound recording screen appears.
Factory default setting: OFF If the camera is more than 1 meter (3.3ft) away from the subject, sound cannot be recorded clearly. It is not possible to take another picture during sound recording. Sound recording is not possible if: the TIFF record mode is on. (However, sound can be added later to a picture recorded in TIFF.) (P. 132) the drive mode is set to sequential shooting ( , , BKT). Sound recording may also pick up camera noises (e.g. buttons clicking, shutter movement, etc.). Also read TIPS on the next page.
Recording sound with movies
Sound can be recorded while shooting a movie. When zoom during shooting is not available. is ON, Optical
1 In the top menu, select MODE MENU T CAMERA T 2 Shoot.
During playback, sound is output from the speaker (P. 131). Sound can be added later to still pictures (P. 132). Recorded sound can also be changed.
During movie recording, you can only use the digital zoom. If is set to OFF, you can use both the optical zoom and digital zoom during movie recording. (P. 82)
You can take advantage of panorama shooting with Olympus CAMEDIAbrand SmartMedia cards. (Non-Olympus cards do not support this feature.) Panorama shooting lets you connect images with overlapping edges into a single panoramic image, using the provided CAMEDIA Master software.
1 In the top menu, select MODE MENU T CAMERA T PANORAMA. 2 Press PANORAMA mode is set. The
arrow pad to choose 3 Press theto connect images. at which edge (top/bottom/right/left) you want The direction is displayed.
Connects a series of pictures from left to right. Connects a series of pictures from bottom to top.
edges of then 4 Make sure that theand white images overlap,by thetake your pictures. Focus, exposure balance are set first picture. Do not select an extremely bright subject (such as the sun) for the first picture. Do not adjust the zoom after the first picture. Pictures with differently sized images cannot be connected. Panorama shooting is possible for up to 10 pictures.
Shutter button Shutter button
Take pictures so that their edges (right/left/top/bottom) overlap.
Panorama shooting (Cont.)
to shooting. 5 Press on finish panorama screen disappear, and the camera returns Frames the edges of the to the normal shooting mode.
During panorama shooting, the flash is disabled. The Panorama mode is only available with the OLYMPUS CAMEDIA-brand SmartMedia cards. The camera itself cannot edit panorama pictures. To connect each picture, the CAMEDIA Master software is necessary. Your computer's memory may be insufficient if you take too many panorama pictures in the HQ/SHQ modes. Images are saved in JPEG format when panorama shooting is done in the TIFF mode. The size of the image does not change. If the mode dial is moved during panorama shooting, the camera cancels the panorama mode and returns to normal shooting.
Adjusts towards +
0.0 (Factory default setting) Control panel
Modes & Exposure Compensation Mode Exposure compensation Available A/S M Available Available (Only in P/A/S) Available
Often, white objects (such as snow) will turn out darker than their natural colors. Adjusting towards + makes these objects closer to their real shades. For the same reason, adjust towards when shooting black objects.
Color reproduction differs depending on the lighting conditions. For instance, when daylight, the setting sun, or indoor lighting are reflected on white paper, the shade of white produced will be slightly different for each. By setting the WB (white balance), you can achieve more natural-looking color.
P A/S/M : In the top menu, select MODE MENU T PICTURE T WB, then select the best WB (AUTO, PRESET, ) for your shooting conditions. : In the top menu, select WB T AUTO, PRESET or.
AUTO (auto white balance)
Automatically adjusts the white balance for any light source.
PRESET (preset white balance)
Choose from four white balance settings depending on the type of light: :Sunlight :Overcast :Tungsten :Fluorescent You can also preview different color tones by trying the different PRESET WB settings under the actual light source, and checking the result on the monitor.
PRESET WB screen
(One-Touch white balance)
This function is useful when you need more precise white balance than PRESET WB can give. To set the proper white balance for the shooting conditions, point the camera at a white object under the light source you want to use and adjust the white balance.
White Balance (Cont.) 1 Select page.
The appears. as shown on the previous ONE TOUCH WB screen
ONE TOUCH WB screen
ONE TOUCH WB
the camera at a sheet of 2 Point paper. white Position the paper so that it fills the screen entirely. Be sure there is no shadow or background showing around the paper.
to 3 Press setting.store balance To cancel.
the new white
ONE TOUCH WB, press
White balance When white balance is set to AUTO, this does not appear.
repeatedly until the menu disappears.
Factory default setting: AUTO Set white balance to AUTO for normal shooting. When setting the white balance by pointing the camera at white paper, the setting may be incorrect if the light reflected by the paper is too bright or dark. White balance may not be effective under some special light sources. After setting the white balance, playback the image and check the color on the monitor.
The camera automatically enters the power saving mode if the time you have set has passed with no operations being performed.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU T SETUP T SLEEP, then select a setting from the following: 30SEC, 1MIN, 3MIN, 5MIN or 10MIN Factory default setting: 3MIN
In the , , , , , or mode, this function's setting is the same as that selected in the other shooting modes. The sleep timer can only be changed in the shooting mode. In the playback mode, the sleep timer is always set at 3 minutes. Sleep does not work when using the AC adapter. If a slide-show lasts more than 30 minutes, the camera automatically enters the sleep mode.
The camera automatically creates file names and folder names for images to be stored in. Files can be numbered from 0001 to 9999 and folders can be numbered from 100 to 999. Examples are shown below.
Month: Jan. - Sep. = 1 - 9, Oct. = A, Nov. = B, Dec. = C There are two choices here: RESET or AUTO. Choose the one that is best for you when transferring images to a computer. RESET When RESET is selected, the file number and folder number are reset every time a new card is inserted in the camera. The folder number returns to No. 100, and the file number returns to No. 0001. This is useful when grouping files on separate cards. AUTO When AUTO is selected, the same folder number is retained, but the file number continues from the previous card, so that the same file number is not used on different cards. This helps you to manage multiple cards. This is useful when a group of files stretches over more than one card.
File name (Cont.)
menu, select 1 In the top T FILE NAME. MODE MENU T SETUP
2 Select RESET or AUTO, then press
Factory default setting: RESET
When the File No. reaches 9999. The file number returns to 0001, and the folder number changes, for example, from No. 100 to No. 101. When the both Folder/File No. reach each maximum number (999/9999). The number of storable pictures becomes 0, even if the card is not full yet. No more pictures can be taken. Replace the card with a new one.
In the , , , , , or mode, this function's setting is the same as that selected in the other shooting modes.
The Pixel Mapping feature allows the camera to check a CCD and image processing circuit automatically. 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.
menu, select MODE 1 In the top T PIXEL MAPPING. MENU T SETUP
ON REC VIEW MY MODE SETUP 3MIN MIN SLEEP FILE NAME RESET PIXEL MAPPING
2 Press.appears. START
3 Press. bar appears during Pixel A progress
SINGLE PRINT END MORE CANCEL
Single-frame print reserve (Cont.)
set prints), 5 In the screen, settingxis(number of press (trimming). When complete, A picture is played back.
Select x (number of prints) or (date/time).
0 DATE DATE NO
Decreases the number.
To Trimming setting (P. 164).
to 6 Press END. display the top menu again (as in Step 4). Press to select The PRINT ORDER screen appears. To perform Print Reserve for more pictures, repeat steps 3 6. Press 7 The top repeatedly until the PRINT ORDER screen disappears. menu appears. to exit the top 8 Press sure that the Printmenu. mark, number of prints and date/time Make Reserve are displayed on the selected images. If the number of prints is set to 1, no number is displayed; is displayed instead.
It is possible to enlarge a part of a recorded picture and to print out the enlarged section only. 1 Do isteps -1f r a5mof S ngle e print reserve. In step 5, select (P. 162, 163). If has been set already, the screen appears. Select RESET and press. If you select OK or CANCEL, then press , the screen returns to the screen, which is displayed in step 5 on P. 163. To save the current trimming size T OK To set a new trimming size T RESET (Go to step 2.) To cancel the trimming size T CANCEL
SETUP CANCEL OK RESET
If is not set on the desired picture, a screen appears giving you the choice of setting trimming (SETUP) or canceling trimming (CANCEL).
screen appears. Set the top left corner point of 2 The trim Move the vertical and horizontal lines using the desired picture. one of the following methods:
When the zoom lever is moved toward W, the intersection point (green) moves toward the top left corner of the display. When the zoom lever is moved toward T, the intersection point (green) moves toward the bottom right corner of the display. Moves the horizontal line up.
Moves the vertical line to the right. Moves the vertical line to the left. When the lever is moved, frame lines (white) appear on opposite sides from the trimming lines (green).
Moves the horizontal line down.
Trimming setting (Cont.) 3 Press to save the top left corner point. changes to the one for setting 4 The screenmethods for moving the vertical the bottom right corner point. The and horizontal lines are
the same as described in step 2.
When the zoom lever is moved toward W, the intersection point (green) moves toward the top left corner of the display.
When the lever is moved, frame lines (white) appear on opposite sides from the trimming lines (green).
When the zoom lever is moved toward T, the intersection point (green) moves toward the bottom right corner of the display.
to 5 Press point. save the bottom right corner The trimming size is displayed for approx. 1 second.
6 Select OK on the
screen, which is displayed in step 1. The screen returns to the screen.
OK RESET CANCEL
Trimming setting (Cont.)
7 To complete setting, press twice. Press to 8 The PRINTselect END. appears. ORDER screen
Press 9 The top repeatedly until the PRINT ORDER screen disappears. menu appears.
to exit from the top menu.
The size of the printed picture varies depending on the printer setting. 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, it is recommended to use the TIFF, SHQ or HQ mode. The vertical to horizontal ratio in the trimming screen can be changed using the arrow pad, but if the zoom lever is used, the ratio is fixed at 4:3.
Resetting Print Reserve Resetting Print Reserve
Allows you to reset all Print Reserve settings for pictures stored on a card.
1 Play back a still picture. Press to display the top menu. 2 Select PRINT ORDER in the top. menu to display the PRINT ORDER SETTING screen by pressing
If Print Reserve data is NOT stored on the card, the PRINT ORDER SETTING screen does not appear.
3 Select RESET.
Remove selected pictures only 1 Select KEEP, then set the number of prints to 0 on the (single-frame print reserve) screen. T See Step 2 - 5 of Single-frame print reserve (P. 162, 163) 2 Press to display the menu. Press to select END. Do the following steps.
4 Press to return to the top menu. Press menu.
to exit from the top
Pictures stored on the card can also be viewed on a computer. This chapter shows you how to transfer pictures to a computer for viewing and image processing.
Transferring images to a computer
By connecting the camera to a computer with the provided USB cable, images on a card can be transferred to the computer. Some OS's (operating systems) may need a special setup when connecting to the camera for the first time. Follow the chart below.
Identifying the OS (P.171)
Windows 98/98 SE
Windows 2000 Professional/Me
Mac OS 9.0 - 9.1
Read the provided SOFTWARE INSTALLATION GUIDE.
If the window returns the following message when attempting to disconnect the camera, close all applications and try again.
Downloading directly from a card
Card adapters enable you to save images on your personal computer without having to connect your camera directly to your computer. For the latest information on available adapters, consult our Customer Support Center. Computer operating environment Personal computer equipped with a 3.5" floppy disk-drive Required devices Floppy disk adapter
Personal computer equipped with a PC card slot (PCMCIA) or an external PC card reader/writer Personal computer equipped with a USB port
PC card adapter
Olympus-brand removable media reader/writer
Note: Check for compatibility. Depending on the computer operating environment and/or the card memory capacity, the above devices may not function properly. For details on operating the above devices, read the instructions provided with the device.
An optional Olympus CAMEDIA-brand AC adapter allows you to power your digital camera from a common AC wall outlet. Be sure to use the specified AC adapter. 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.
1 Turn off the camera. 2 Plug the AC adapter into a power outlet. 3 Open the jack cover and plug the connection cord into the DC-In jack.
camera, 4 To disconnect, turn off thethe outlet.and unplug the AC adapter first from the camera then from
3 DC-IN jack (Black)
AC wall outlet
Connection cord plug
If you shoot using the monitor for a long time, noise may appear on pictures. Read carefully the GENERAL PRECAUTIONS included in the package and the AC adapters instructions. Never connect or disconnect the AC adapter when the card access lamp is blinking. Even when a battery is loaded, power is supplied via the AC adapter. The battery loaded in the camera is not charged. Do not disconnect/connect the AC adapter while using the camera with the battery loaded. First turn off the camera, then disconnect/connect the AC adapter. Otherwise, image data stored on the card may be destroyed or a malfunction may occur. If a malfunction occurs, turn off the camera and turn it on again.
This chapter includes helpful information about troubleshooting camera operations, error codes, etc.
POSSIBLE CAUSES CORRECTIVE ACTION REF. PAGE
The camera does not turn on or function buttons do not respond. 1 The power is off. 2 The batteries are loaded incorrectly. 3 The batteries are exhausted. 4 The batteries are temporarily unable to function. 5 It is connected to a personal computer. 6 The camera is in the sleep mode. 7 The camera is too hot and has turned off automatically. 1 Open the lens barrier to turn on the camera. 2 Reload the batteries correctly. 3 Replace the batteries with new ones. 4 The batteries may be too cold. Keep them warm while using the camera. 5 The camera will not operate while it is connected to a personal computer. 6 Operate the camera (press the shutter button, turn the mode dial, etc.) 7 Wait until the camera cools down before using it again. P. 30 P. 25 P. 25
No picture is taken when the shutter button is pressed. 1 The lens barrier is closed. 2 The memory gauge is full. 3 The flash has not finished charging. 1 Open the lens barrier. 2 Wait until there is room in the memory gauge. 3 Release your finger from the shutter button. When the orange lamp stops blinking, shoot again. 4 The recorded movie image data is being written to the card. You can start shooting again when the card access lamp stops blinking. P. 30 P. 79, 81 P. 88
4 The card access lamp blinks after shooting in the mode.
No picture is taken when the shutter button is pressed. 5 There is a problem with the card. 6 The card is full. 7 The batteries ran out of power. 8 The control panel/ monitor indications disappear, or only the battery check blinks. 9 A write-protect adhesive seal is placed on the card or there is no card in the camera. 5 See the error code chart. 6 Replace the card or delete unwanted pictures, etc. 7 Replace the batteries with new ones. 8 Replace the batteries with new ones. (Do not open the battery compartment cover when the card access lamp is blinking.) 9 Insert a new card in the camera. P. 193 P. 29, 134, 135 P. 25 P. 25
The date recorded with the image data is wrong. 1 The date is not set. 1 Set the date. The clock adjustment is not factorypreset. 2 Set the date again. P. 33
2 The camera has been left for approx. 1 hour with the batteries removed and the date setting is canceled.
POSSIBLE CAUSES CORRECTIVE ACTION The flash does not fire. 1 The flash is set to the off mode. 2 The subject is lighted. 3 Sequential shooting is on. 4 You are recording movies. 5 Panorama shooting is performed. 6 FUNCTION is set to BLACK/WHITE BOARD. 1 Press the button to select a flash mode other than. 2 Set the flash to Fill-In mode. 3 Set DRIVE to in the menus. 4 Set the mode dial to any position other than. 5 Set PANORAMA to OFF in the menus. 6 Set FUNCTION to OFF in the menus. P. 87 P. 84 P. 96 P. 61 P. 101 P. 103 REF. PAGE
Record mode..105 Recording movies.64, 80 Red-eye reduction flash.84 Remaining battery power.14, 26 Removable media reader/writer.181 Resetting print reserve.167 Rotating and displaying pictures 138
2nd-CURTAIN..86 Self-timer..93 Sequential shooting.9698 Shutter speed.66, 67 Single frame playback.119 Sleep mode..31 Slide-show..120 Slow synchronization.85, 86 SmartMedia..28 Specifications..195, 196 Spot metering..91
Taking a still picture.7579 Telephoto shooting.82 TIFF (non-compression).105, 108 Top menu.45 Transferring pictures to a computer.175178
White balance, Auto..112 White balance, PRESET.112 White balance, (overcast).112 White balance, (daylight).112 White balance, (tungsten light).112 White balance, (fluorescent) 112 White balance, (One touch white balance).112, 113 Wide-angle shooting..82
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Two Corporate Center Drive, Melville, NY 11747-3157, U.S.A. Tel. 631-844-5000 Technical Support (USA) 24/7 online automated help: http://support.olympusamerica.com/ Phone customer support: Tel. 1-888-553-4448 (Toll-free) Our phone customer support is available from 8 am to 10 pm (Monday to Friday) ET E-Mail: email@example.com Olympus software updates can be obtained at: http://olympus.com/digital/ Adobe [Photoshop] Support Adobe software updates and technical information can be obtained at: http://www.adobe.com/support/
OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO. (EUROPA) GMBH.
Premises/Goods delivery: Wendenstrasse 14-18, 20097 Hamburg, Germany Tel. 040-237730 Letters: Postfach 08, 20034 Hamburg, Germany Hotline Numbers for customers in Europe: Tel. 01805-83 for Germany Tel. 00800-for Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom Tel. +5-83 for Finland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Czech Republic Tel. +49 40-899 for Greece, Croatia, Hungary, and the rest of Europe Our Hotline is available from 9 am to 6 pm (Monday to Friday) E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 2001 OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO., LTD.
Battery cover Front cover
CF card slot&pcb
Lcd assy FG2-9650-000 wg2-5213-000 wg2-5213-000 wg2-5213-000 wg2-5213-000 ck9-1022-000 ck9-1022-000 ck9-1050-0000 cm1-2222-000 ck9-1050-000 ck5-0051-000 ck5-0051-000 CK9-1075-000
Battery cover FC2-9410-000 FC2-8681-000 cm1-1176-000 cm1-1166-000 cm1-1388-000 cm1-1375-000 FC3-0005-000 cm1-2100-000 cm1-2105-000 cm1-2290-000
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cm1-2559-000 cm1-2560-000 cd1-4124-000 cm1-1307-000 cd1-4124-000 cm1-1440-000 CD3-0412-000 CY1-6321-000
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FC3-0072-000 FG3-0576-000 CM1-1237-000 Cm1-1298-000
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CD1-3987-000 CM1-1258-000 cm11472-0000 cm1-1617-000 cm1-1607-000
CD1-3244-000 CM1-1256-000 CM1-1077-000 cm1-4837-000
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WG2-5226-000 CG2-0721-000 CG2-0721-000 CG2-0933-000
cd1-4238-000 cd1-4238-000 CM1-1458-000 CB3-0203-000 CB3-0203-000 CG2-0942-000 CG2-0940-000
CG2-1017-000 CY1-6062-000 CG2-0782-000 Lcd Assy
CF1-5103-000 CG2-1011-000 CG1-3785-000 CB2-0652-000 CG2-0778-000 Battery cover Frontcover
CB3-1196-000 CH9-1037-000 CG1-3800-000 CG2-0783-000 CG1-1968-000 Rear Cover CF card slot&pcb
CG2-1439-000 CG1-3774-000 CG2-0786-000 Top cover
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vj247100 vj366900 vj385700 vc215800 vc221300
ve087400 vc872300 vc868000 vj316200(pal) vc864400 vc883600 vc864400 vc883600 vc886800 vc872300 vc886800 vj530200 vc899700
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ve348000 vc104500 vc108900 vc106000 D340LKIT vc110800 vc884600 vc891600
d100kit d150kit vc107100
vccardcover shutter button
vc206200 vc112200 vc11700
d360lkit d370kit vc181800 vc220800
d450kit d460kit d490kit
dec monitor dec monitor
vc868000 ve143000 vc114500 vc114500 vc155400 vc137200 vc130000 VJ140200 vc886800 vc872300 vc240500 part of rear cover vj325300 vc246600 hotshoe cover hotshoe cover vc248100 vj322800 vc242200 ve316900
vc872300 vc868000 vc864400 vc883600
Lcd assy vj392900 vj392900 vj568000
assembly hood Battery cover Front cover Rear cover CF card slot&pcb vj463700 mju 400ve521800mju 400 vj471600 vj453600 blue 300 E52100 styules 300 V vj456300 VJ72100 VJ620500 vj567500
76130-0500 76130-A10 76130-0-A100 io 550 are available as individual parts.
2776-1303-01 2776-0131-01 2776-1301-01 2777-0131-01
Lcd assy 645-033-1305
Battery cover Front cover 636-054-3881 636-054-4918
Rear cover CF card slot&pcb 636-054-3867
636-063-0161 645-033-1305 645-040-7338 645-040-7338 645-047-2640 645-028-0498 645-028-0498 645-033-8809 645-040-4832 645-045-8590 VEK9783
636-061-1863 636-054-3881 636-054-3881 636-057-9828 636-061-8343 636-052-1827
636-061-1849 636-054-4918 636-055-9585 636-057-9804 636-061-8336 636-051-8339
636-0611856 636-054-3867 636-055-9592 636-057-9811
636-061-1870 636-054-0484 636-054-4079 636-058-0251 636-061-6790
636-054-4482 636-057-4106 636-057-4335, grip housing 636-060-8092 VYF2846 VKM5913 VYK0H33
645-052-5896 645-065-0093 645-055-9174 645-055-9174 645-052-6992 636-064-9262 645-052-6992
636-064-4670 636-073-6405 636-073-6115 636-061-8503 636-064-4618 636-066-6139 636-066-6115 636-065-1043 636-065-0961 636-063-4558 636-065-2743 636-066-8164
636-064-5752 636-073-6382 636-064-4625 636-064-4878 636-066-6092 636-066-2728 636-065-0978 636-063-4565 636-063-4862 636-065-2750
636-064-4670 636-073-6245 636-066-7570
Battery cover Front cover L102-1052
1-803-036-21 (md73) #x-3949-918-1 x-3949-574-1 1-803-036-21 #x-3949-587-1 x-3948-761-1
Battery cover Front cover 5947S Battery cover Front cover
Battery cover Front cover 1c5323 1c5376 1C5392 5E8029 3c5841 5e8113 3C5841 3E1010 1E5909 1e8029
3e1183 5e8198 5e8113 5e8320 5e8320 5e8265 5e8390 5e8390 5e8407 5e8407 5e8051 5e8328 5e8068 3f2068
Lith.bat.cov. cf cardcover FC2-8687-000 FC2-9435-000 Fc2-8687-000 FC2-8682-000 cm1-1179-000 cd1-3478-000 cd1-3449-000 cm1-1168-000 cd1-3478-000 cd1-4254-000 cm1-1383-000 cd1-4262-000 cd1-4261-000 cd1-4254-000 cm1-1383-000 cd1-4262-000 cd1-4261-000 FC2-8687-00 FC2-8682-000
cy1-6111-000 cy1-6110-000 cy1-6134-000 cy1-6133-000
cd3-1800-000 cy1-6323-000 CM1-2119-000 cy1-6347-000 cd1-4126-000 cy1-6156-000 cd1-4126-000 cy1-6156-000 CD3-0417-000 Cy1-6283-000
Fg3-0559-000 CM1-1296-000 CM1-1297-000 cm1-1592-000 cm1-1601-000 CM1-2406-000 CM1-1219-000 CM1-1219-000
Fc3-0073-000 FG3-0589-000 CM1-1218-000 CM1-1296-000 cm1-1574-000 CM1-2521-000 cd1-3107 cd1-4236-000 cm1-1333-000 CM1-1143-000 cd3-0699-000 cm1-2062-000 cy2-8123-000 FB3-5041-000 CY1-6054-000
cd13988-000 cy1-6114-000 cd1-4780-000 cm1-1484-000 cd1-5010-000 cm1-1602-000
cm1-1249-000 cm1-1417-000 cm1-2074-000
cm1-1143-000 cd1-3646-000 cm1-1416-000 cm1-2062-000 cd3-2361-000 cm1-2365-000 cd3-2326-000 cm1-2365-000
cm1-145 2-000 cm1-2022-0000
CG2-0773-000 Power Pcb Battery case
Lith bat.cover cf cardcover
vj363101 vj363101 vj420200 vc180200 vc220700 vc161100 vj363301
terminal cover terminal cover vc9333800 vc129700 terminal cover connector cover vc164100
ve044300 veo44300 ve044300 ve181000
connector cover connector cover VC863300
vj572600 Grip asssy vj325800 vc155200
Lens Barrier power pcb vj463900silver vj463900silver vj712200 blue
CF Cover optical unit vj454500 vj437600 vj454500 vj437600 vj620900 cham vj437600 gold
CF Cover card cover
power pcb batter case 636-054-1467
636-061-3041 636-061-2006 636-054-6638 636-058-0275 636-061-6813
636-061-1870 6b100-192B-1 636-054-3928 636-057-9835
6B100-185 636-060-8115 6b100-190 VKF3568
636-064-4700 636-064-1945 a3a-07321 636-073-6450 636-066-6405 636-065-4433 636-073-6412
636-066-6153 636-065-1067 636-063-4862 636-066-9093
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