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|havrda||7:14pm on Monday, October 11th, 2010|
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DIGITAL CAMERA APPAREIL PHOTO NUMRIQUE DIGITALKAMERA CMERA DIGITAL
D-565ZOOM C-450ZOOM X-300
BASIC MANUAL MANUEL DE BASE EINFACHE ANLEITUNG MANUAL BSICO
ENGLISH FRANAIS DEUTSCH ESPAOL
CONTENTS/TABLE DES MATIRES/INHALT/CONTENIDO ENGLISH. 2 FRANAIS. 42 DEUTSCH. 82 ESPAOL. 122
CONTENTS GETTING STARTED. 4 MENU FUNCTIONS. 16 SHOOTING BASICS. 22 En ADVANCED SHOOTING. 29 PLAYBACK. 30 PRINT SETTINGS. 36 DOWNLOADING PICTURES TO A COMPUTER. 37 ERROR CODES. 39 SPECIFICATIONS. 40
These instructions are only for quick reference. For more details on the functions described here, refer to the Reference Manual on CD-ROM. For connection to the PC or installation of provided software, refer to the Software Installation Guide included in the CD-ROM package.
Before using your camera, read this manual carefully to ensure correct use. We recommend that you take test shots to get accustomed to your camera before taking important photographs. These instructions are only a basic manual. For more details on the functions described here, refer to the Reference Manual on the CD-ROM.
For customers in North and South America For customers in USA
Declaration of Conformity Model Number : D-565ZOOM/C-450ZOOM/X-300 Trade Name : OLYMPUS Responsible Party : Olympus America Inc. Address : 2 Corporate Center Drive, Melville, New York 11747-3157 U.S.A. Telephone Number : 1-631-844-5000 Tested To Comply With FCC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference. (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
For customers in Canada
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
For customers in Europe
CE mark indicates that this product complies with the European requirements for safety, health, environment and customer protection. CE mark cameras are intended for sales in Europe.
IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation. Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Computer Inc. All other company and product names are registered trademarks and/or trademarks of their respective owners. The standards for camera file systems referred to in this manual are the Design Rule for Camera File System/DCF standards stipulated by the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA).
NAMES OF PARTS
Shutter button Zoom lever (W/T Flash ) Self-timer lamp
Lens barrier Turns the camera on and off in the shooting mode.
Lens Extends automatically when you open the lens barrier. DC-IN jack/ VIDEO OUT jack cover
Strap eyelet USB connector Card slot VIDEO OUT jack Card cover DC-IN jack
Arrow pad Buttons on the arrow pad have their respective functions. They are also used as direction buttons. , , and indicate which button to be pressed. Macro button ( ) )
Flash mode button ( OK/Menu button ( Self-timer button (
Monitor button (QUICK VIEW ) Playback button ( ) Turns the camera on and off in the playback mode. Turns the monitor on and off in the shooting mode.
Arrow pad ( )
Battery compartment cover Tripod socket
Viewfinder Orange lamp Green lamp AF target mark
Indications , , , , , ,
1 Scene select/movie
2 Battery check 3 Green lamp 4 Flash stand-by Camera movement warning/Flash charge 5 Macro mode 6 Flash mode 7 Sequential shooting 8 Self-timer 9 Record mode 10 Resolution 11 Metering 12 Exposure compensation 13 White balance 14 AF target mark 15 Memory gauge 16 Number of storable still pictures Seconds remaining [ ] , , ,
SHQ, HQ, SQ1, SQ2 22881712, 1024768, 640480, etc.
-2.0, -1.5, -1.0, -0.5, +0.5, +1.0, +1.5, +2.0 , , ,
Playback mode Screens when the information display is set to ON are shown below.
Items 1 Print reservation, Number of prints 2 Battery check 3 Protect 4 Record mode 5 Resolution 6 Exposure compensation 7 White balance 8 Date and time
SHQ, HQ, SQ1, SQ1712, 1024 768, 640 480, etc -2.0, -1.5, -1.0, -0.5, +0.5, +1.0, +1.5, +2.0 WB AUTO, '03.04.01 12:30 , , ,
9 File number (still picture), Number of 100-0016, 16 frames Playing time/Total recording time (movie) 0"/15" 10 Movie
The memory gauge lights up when you take a picture or record a movie. While the gauge is lit, the camera is storing the picture or the movie on the card. The memory gauge indication changes as shown below depending on the shooting status. If the memory gauge is fully lit, wait a few seconds until it goes off to take the next shot. When taking still pictures
Shoot Shoot Shoot Wait No more pictures can be taken (Fully lit). Wait until the gauge returns to the status on the left to take the next shot.
Before shooting (Gauge is off)
One picture taken (Lit)
More than two taken (Lit)
When recording movies
If you continue shooting Shoot Wait Before shooting (Gauge is off)
During shooting (Lit) Shooting is not possible until the lit area goes off completely. Movie recording ends automatically when the memory gauge is full.
If the remaining battery power is low, the battery check indication on the monitor changes as follows while the camera is turned on.
No indication Lit (Green) (The indicator turns off after a while.) Remaining power level: high Blinks (Red) Green lamp and orange lamp on the right of the viewfinder blink. Remaining power level: exhausted. Replace with a new batteries.
Remaining power level: low Prepare new batteries.
ATTACHING THE STRAP 1 2
Thread the short end of the strap through the strap eyelet. Thread the long end of the strap through the loop that has already gone through the eyelet. Pull the strap tight, making sure that it is securely fastened and does not come loose.
LOADING THE BATTERIES 1
Make sure that:
The lens barrier is closed. The monitor is off. The lamp on the right of the viewfinder is off.
Slide the battery compartment cover in the direction of.
The battery compartment cover is unlocked and opened in the direction of. Use the ball of your finger to slide the cover. Do not use your fingernail as this could result in injury.
Battery compartment cover
Insert the batteries, making sure that they are correctly oriented as shown in the illustration.
When using AA (R6) batteries When using CR-V3 lithium battery pack
Battery insertion direction mark
There is a mark showing the correct way to insert the AA batteries on the bottom of the camera.
When using a lithium battery pack. Insert it in the direction as shown in the illustration.
Close the battery compartment cover, then press it down and slide it in the direction shown.
If the battery compartment cover seems hard to close, do not force it. With the battery compartment cover shut, press the mark firmly and push in the direction shown in the illustration.
CR-V3 lithium battery cannot be recharged. Do not peel off the label from a CR-V3 lithium battery pack. Manganese (zinc-carbon) batteries cannot be used.
INSERTING A CARD
Card in this manual refers to the xD-Picture Card. The camera uses the card to record pictures.
The monitor is off. The lens barrier is closed. The lamp on the right of the viewfinder is off.
Open the card cover. Face the card the correct way and insert it into the card slot as shown in the illustration.
Insert the card while keeping it straight. The card stops with a click when it is inserted all the way. Inserting the card the wrong way or at an angle could damage the contact area or cause the card to jam. If the card is not inserted all the way, data may not be written to the card.
Index area side of the card
Close the card cover securely.
The position of the card inserted correctly
Removing the card
The lens barrier is closed. The monitor is off. The lamp on the right of the viewfinder is off. Push the card all the way in to unlock it, then let it return slowly. The card is ejected a short way and then stops. Hold the card straight and pull it out. Note Releasing your finger quickly after pushing the card all the way in may cause it to eject forcefully out of the slot.
TURNING THE POWER ON/OFF
When shooting pictures (Shooting mode)
Power on: Open the lens barrier fully. The camera turns on in the shooting mode. The lens extends. If the lens does not extend when the lens barrier is opened, there is a possibility that the barrier is not fully open. Open the lens barrier fully until you feel it click.
En Power off: Close the lens barrier slightly until it almost touches the
lens barrel. The lens barrier stops just before it touches the lens and the lens retracts. Wait until the lens is fully retracted before closing the lens barrier completely. The camera turns off.
Do not push the lens barrier forcefully against the lens as this may damage the lens or cause it to malfunction.
When playing back pictures (Playback mode)
Power on: Press (Playback) with the lens barrier closed. The camera turns on in the playback mode. The monitor turns on and the last picture taken is displayed. If no pictures have been taken yet, or the xD-Picture card is empty, the message "NO PICTURE" is displayed on the monitor. Playback button ( )
Power off: Press. The monitor and the camera turn off. Playback button ( )
SELECTING A LANGUAGE 7 8
En Open the lens barrier fully. Press Press Press Press Press Press. on the arrow pad to select MODE MENU. to select the SETUP tab, and press to select , and press.
The top menu is displayed.
to select a language, and press again to exit the menu.
Close the lens barrier to turn the camera off.
SETTING THE DATE AND TIME 5 6
Open the lens barrier fully. Press Press Press Press. on the arrow pad to select MODE MENU. to select the SETUP tab, and press to select , and press.
. The top menu is displayed.
The green frame moves to the selected item.
Press to select one of the following date formats: Y-M-D (Year/Month/Day), M-D-Y (Month/Day/Year), D-M-Y (Day/Month/Year). Then press.
Move to the year setting. The following steps show the procedure used when the date and time settings are set to Y-M-D.
Press to set the year, and press month setting.
To move back to the previous setting, press The first two digits of the year are fixed.
to move to the
Repeat this procedure until the date and time are completely set.
The camera only displays the time in 24-hour time system (2 p.m would be 14:00).
For a more accurate setting, press when the time signal hits 00 seconds. The clock starts when you press the button.
10 Close the lens barrier to turn the camera off.
The date and time settings will be canceled if the camera is left without batteries for approximately 30 minutes.
TYPE OF MENUS
When you turn on the camera and press , the top menu is displayed on the monitor. The functions of this camera are set from the menus. This chapter explains how the menus work, using the shooting mode screens.
Press. The top menu is displayed.
Arrow pad ) Select a menu using the arrow pad.
Take you directly to the setting screens. Display operational buttons at the bottom of the screen.
Categorizes the settings into tabs. Displays the tabs of each menu. Select the desired tab on the left of the screen by pressing.
How to use the menus
Press Press Press Press setting. Press status.
to display the top menu. Press to select a tab, and press to select an item, and press to select a setting. Press.
. to complete
again to exit the menu and return to shooting
(Movie) Select this mode to record movies. It is displayed when the camera is in the still picture mode. (Still picture) Select this mode to take still pictures. This method is easy as all you have to do is to press the shutter button. It is displayed when the camera is in the movie mode.
Sets the image quality and resolution. Still picture : SHQ, HQ, SQ1, SQ2 Movie : HQ, SQ MODE RESET Resets all settings including the exposure compensation and white balance to the factory default settings. When the shooting mode is set to , this menu resets the mode to (Still picture).
Runs through all saved pictures one after another. It is displayed when the camera is playing back still pictures. MOVIE PLAY Plays back movies. It is displayed when a movie is selected. INFO Displays all the shooting information on the monitor. ERASE
Erases the selected still picture or movie.
The MODE MENU has 4 tabs. Press associated menu items. to select a tab and display the
These instructions are only for quick reference. For more details on the functions described here, refer to the Reference Manual on CD-ROM.
CAMERA tab PICTURE tab CARD tab SETUP tab
CAMERA tab SCENE SELECT
Selects the shooting mode from PROGRAM AUTO, (portrait), (landscape), (night scene) and (selfportrait). ESP/ Selects the metering method from ESP and. Adjusts the brightness of the image (Exposure compensation). DRIVE Selects a shooting mode from (Single-frame shooting) and (Sequential shooting). DIGITAL ZOOM Enables the zoom shooting at larger magnification than the maximum optical zoom. PANORAMA Allows panorama pictures to be taken with Olympus CAMEDIA-brand cards. 2 IN 1 Combines two still pictures taken in succession and stores them as a single picture. PICTURE tab WB
Shooting modes for still pictures
PROGRAM AUTO (Factory default setting) Used for regular photography. The camera automatically makes the settings for natural color balance. Other functions, such as the flash mode and metering, can be adjusted manually. (Portrait) Suitable for taking a portrait-style shot of a person. The camera automatically sets the optimal shooting conditions. (Landscape) Suitable for taking photos of landscapes and other outdoor scenes. The camera automatically sets the optimal shooting conditions. (Night scene) Suitable for shooting pictures in the evening or at night. The camera sets a slower shutter speed than is used in normal shooting. If you take a picture of a street at night in any other mode, the lack of brightness will result in a dark picture with only dots of light showing. In this mode, the true appearance of the street is captured. The camera automatically sets the optimal shooting conditions. If you use the flash, you can take pictures of both the subject and the background. (Self portrait) Enables you to take a picture of yourself while holding the camera. Point the lens towards yourself and the focus will be locked on you. The camera automatically sets the optimal shooting conditions. The zoom is fixed in the Wide position and cannot be changed.
TAKING STILL PICTURES
You can take still pictures using either the viewfinder or the monitor. Both methods are easy as all you have to do is to press the shutter button. If the camera is in the movie record mode, press , and from the top menu, select (Still picture).
Taking still pictures using the viewfinder
Slide the lens barrier open until it clicks.
Decide the composition while looking at the image in the viewfinder. Press the shutter button gently (halfway) to adjust the focus.
Focus and exposure are locked, when the green lamp lights steadily. (Focus Lock) When the flash is ready to fire, the orange lamp lights.
Press the shutter button all the way (fully).
The camera takes the picture, and a beep sounds. When the green lamp stops blinking, you can take the next picture. The orange lamp blinks while the picture is stored on the card.
Taking still pictures using the monitor
Slide the lens barrier fully open until it clicks.
The monitor turns on.
Decide the composition while looking at the image on the monitor. Take the picture by following the same procedure as for shooting using the viewfinder.
When you want to take pictures with the monitor off, press again.
IF CORRECT FOCUS CANNOT BE OBTAINED (FOCUS LOCK)
When correct focus cannot be obtained on the subject you want to shoot, you can focus the camera on another point at roughly the same distance (focus lock) and take the picture as explained below.
Position the AF target mark on the subject you want to focus on.
When shooting a hard-to-focus subject, point the camera at an object about the same distance away as the subject.
AF target mark
Press the shutter button halfway until the green lamp lights.
When the green lamp lights steadily, the focus and the exposure are locked. When the green lamp blinks, the focus and exposure are not locked. Release your finger from the shutter button, re-position your subject and press the shutter button halfway again.
Keeping the shutter button pressed halfway, recompose your shot.
Press the shutter button fully.
RECORDING MOVIES 3
. to select (movie).
The top menu is displayed. Movie recording is set and the menu is closed. The mark and the total recordable time depending on the card memory capacity are displayed on the monitor.
Decide the composition while looking at the image on the monitor.
The optical zoom can be used to enlarge the subject.
Press the shutter button halfway. Press the shutter button fully to start recording.
The orange lamp on the right of the viewfinder lights. When recording a movie, the camera automatically adjusts the focus and exposure according to the moving subject. During movie recording, lights red and the time you can shoot is displayed.
Press the shutter button again to stop recording.
The orange lamp blinks while the movie is stored on the card. When the remaining recording time has been used up, recording stops automatically. To return to the still picture shooting mode, press in the top menu, and select (Still picture). During movie recording, the flash is disabled. It takes longer to store movies than still pictures. The seconds remaining varies depending on the record mode. You cannot record movies with sound.
ZOOMING IN ON A SUBJECT (OPTICAL ZOOM)
Telephoto and wide-angle shooting are possible at 3 magnification (the optical zoom limit, equivalent to 35 mm - 105 mm on a 35 mm camera). By combining the optical zoom with the digital zoom, zoom magnification can be increased to a maximum of approximately 12.
Push/pull the zoom lever while observing the subject in the monitor or viewfinder. Take the picture.
Pictures taken with the digital zoom may appear grainy.
USING THE FLASH 5
). ) to change the flash mode to your desired setting.
, the flash mode changes in the following.
The current flash setting is displayed. Each time you press sequence: AUTO -
Press the shutter button halfway.
When the flash is set to fire, the orange lamp remains lit.
Press the shutter button fully to take the picture.
Auto-flash (No indication)
The flash fires automatically in low light or backlight conditions.
Displays the previous picture.
Displays the next picture.
Jumps to the picture 10 frames ahead.
to cancel playback.
The monitor and camera turn off.
This function lets you play back pictures while the camera is in the shooting mode. This is useful when you want to check shooting results and resume shooting quickly.
Press (QUICK VIEW) twice quickly (doubleclick) while in the shooting mode. Press the shutter button halfway to return to the shooting mode.
Pictures displayed on the monitor can be enlarged in steps up to 4 times the original size.
with the lens barrier closed.
The monitor turns on and displays the last picture taken.
Use the arrow pad to display the still picture you want to enlarge.
You cannot enlarge pictures with.
Pull the zoom lever toward
The magnification increases each time the zoom lever is pulled. To return the picture to the original size (1x), push the zoom lever toward.
This function lets you show several pictures at the same time on the monitor. The number of pictures shown can be 4, 9 or 16.
with the lens barrier closed. to enter the index display En
Push the zoom lever toward mode.
Use the arrow pad to select the picture. To return to single-frame playback, pull the zoom lever toward
MOVIE PLAY VIEWING MOVIES 5
Use the arrow pad to display the picture with Press Press Press. to select MOVIE PLAY. to select PLAYBACK, and press
The movie is played back. When playback ends, the display automatically returns to the beginning of the movie. The MOVIE PLAYBACK menu is displayed again after playback ends. PLAYBACK : Plays back the entire movie again. FRAME BY FRAME : Plays back the movie manually one frame at a time. EXIT : Leaves the movie playback mode. Press to select the desired operation, and press.
When FRAME BY FRAME is selected
: Displays the first frame of the movie. : Displays the last frame of the movie. : Displays the next frame. The movie can be played continuously by holding the button down. : Displays the previous frame. The movie can be played continuously in reverse by holding the button down. : Displays the MOVIE PLAYBACK menu.
VIDEO OUT jack
Turn the TV on and set it 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. 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 the TVs video signal type.
By specifying the desired number of prints of each picture on the card and whether or not the date and time are to be printed, you can print out the desired pictures according to the print reservation data with a DPOFcompatible printer or at a DPOF photo lab. What is DPOF? DPOF is short for Digital Print Order Format. DPOF is a format used to record automatic print information from cameras. By storing the print reservation data on the card, the pictures can be printed easily by a DPOF-compatible photo lab or on a personal DPOF-compatible printer.
Use this feature to print all the pictures stored on the card. Select the desired
En number of prints and whether you want the date and time included. Single-frame reservation
Use this feature to print only selected pictures. It is also used to change the reserved number of prints and the date/time settings. Display the frame to be printed and select the desired number of prints.
Resetting the print reservation data
This function allows you to reset all the print reservation data for pictures stored on the card.
For more details, refer to the Reference Manual on CD-ROM.
DOWNLOADING PICTURES 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 OSs (operating systems) may need a special setup before connecting to the camera for the first time. Follow the chart below. For details of the procedures in the chart, refer to the Reference Manual on the software CD. Also refer to the Software Installation Guide included in the CD-ROM package. Identifying the OS
Windows 98/ 98 SE (Second Edition) Installing the USB driver for Windows 98
Mac OS 9.0 - 9.1/ OSX
* For OS 8.6, see below.
Connecting the camera to the computer using the provided USB cable Confirming the computer recognizes the camera Downloading image files Disconnecting the USB cable * Even if your computer has a USB connector, data transfer may not function correctly if you are using one of the operating systems listed below or if you have an add-on USB connector (extension card, etc.). Windows 95/NT 4.0 Windows 98/98 SE upgrade from Windows 95 Mac OS 8.6 or lower (except Mac OS 8.6 equipped with USB MASS Storage Support 1.3.5 installed at the factory) Data transfer is not guaranteed on a home-built PC system or PCs with no factory installed OS. 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.
FOR OTHER OS USERS
Users running other OS cannot use the provided USB cable to 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 a PC card adapter.
Does your computer have a USB interface? Is there a port marked on your computer? No Yes Yes
No Is your OS one of the following? Windows 98 Windows 2000 Windows Me Windows XP Mac OS 9/X
Connect the camera directly to your computer using the provided USB cable. 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
Use the optional PC card adapter.
*Not supported by Windows NT4.0 or lower.
Consult your nearest Olympus representative.
For more details, refer to the Reference Manual on CD-ROM. For connection to the PC, refer to the Software Installation Guide included in the CD-ROM package.
Monitor indication Possible cause The card is not inserted, or it cannot be recognized. Corrective action Insert a card or insert a different card. Wipe the gold contacts with a commercially available cleaning paper and insert the card again. If the problem persists, format the card. If the card cannot be formatted, it cannot be used. This card cannot be used. Insert a new card. Read-only setting is applied to the card by a PC. Cancel the setting using the PC. Replace the card or erase unwanted pictures. Before erasing, download important images to a PC. The card contains no pictures. Record pictures.
There is a problem with the card. Writing to the card is prohibited.
WRITEPROTECT The card is full. No more pictures can be taken or no more information such as print reservation can be recorded. There are no pictures on the card.
The selected picture has a problem, therefore it cannot be played back on this camera. The card cover is open.
Use image processing software to view the picture on a PC. If that cannot be done, the image file is damaged. Close the card cover.
CARD COVER OPEN
CARD SEtUP POWER OFF FORMAt SELECt GO
The card is not formatted.
Format the card.
Product type Recording system Still picture : Digital recording, JPEG (in accordance with Design rule for Camera File system (DCF)), Exif 2.2 compatible, Digital Print Order Format (DPOF), PRINT Image Matching II compatible : QuickTime Motion JPEG support : xD-Picture Card (16 256MB) : Approx. 5 frames (SHQ: 2288 1712) Approx. 16 frames (HQ: 2288 1712) Approx. 76 frames (SQ1: 1024 768) Approx. 165 frames (SQ2: 640 480) : 4,000,000 pixels : 1/2.5" CCD solid-state image pickup, 4,230,000 pixels (gross) : Olympus lens 5.8 mm to 17.4 mm, f3.1 to 5.2, 5 elements in 3 groups (equivalent to 35 mm to 105 mm lens on 35 mm camera) : Digital ESP metering, spot metering : 1/2 to 1/1000 sec. (Night Scene mode: 2sec) : 50 cm (1.6 ft.) to (normal) 20 cm to 50 cm (0.7 ft. to 1.6 ft.) (macro mode) : Optical real image viewfinder : 1.8" TFT color LCD display, 85,000 pixels : DC-IN jack, USB connector (mini-B), VIDEO OUT jack : Up to 2099 : Digital camera (for shooting and displaying)
Movie Memory When a 16MB card used
No. of storable pictures
No. of effective pixels Image pickup device Lens
Photometric system Shutter speed Shooting range Viewfinder Monitor Outer connector Automatic calendar system Temperature
Operating environment : 0C to 40C (32F to 104F) (operation) -20C to 60C (-4F to 140F) (storage)
Humidity Power supply
: 30% to 90% (operation)/10% to 90% (storage) : 1 CR-V3 lithium battery pack, or 2 AA (R6) alkaline batteries or NiMH batteries. AC adapter (optional) Manganese (zinc-carbon) batteries cannot be used. : 108 mm (W) 57.5 mm (H) 40 mm (D) (4.2'' 2.2'' 1.6'') (excluding protrusions) : 170 g (0.4 lb.) (without batteries or card)
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT ANY NOTICE OR OBLIGATION ON THE PART OF THE MANUFACTURER.
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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 Digital camera 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 Digital camera.
AA (R6) alkaline batteries (2)
CAMEDIA Master CD-ROM
USB cable (gray color)
The following items are also included in the Digital camera package: Basic Manual, video cable,warranty card, registration card (not provided in some areas), and safety precautions booklet.
PREPARING THE CAMERA FOR USE
Before you begin using your Olympus Digital camera
b. Inserting the xD-Picture Card
a. Loading the battery
Note: The batteries and xD-Picture card compartments are accessed by opening the respective compartment covers.
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 batteries are removed.
Open the card cover. Face the card the correct way and insert it into the card slot. 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 securely.
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. Insert the batteries 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.
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.
To remove the batteries, make sure that the monitor and the lamp at the side of the viewfinder are off.
c. Attaching the strap
Attach the strap as illustrated to make the camera easier to handle.
TURNING ON THE CAMERA
Green lamp Orange lamp
All you need to do is slide the lens barrier open or closed to turn the camera ON or OFF.
a. Turning the camera ON
Slide the lens barrier open fully until it click. 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.
OK/Menu button Monitor button (QUICK VIEW Playback button ( ) Arrow pad (
Flash mode button
b. Setting the Date and Time
TIP To maximize battery life, the Digital camera 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 before 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 when the camera is in the shooting 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. 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.
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
USB connector Strap eyelet
twice to set the date and time and exit the menu.
Sequential shooting Self-timer 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.
Self-timer control lamp Flash DC-IN jack/VIDEO OUT jack cover
Camera Settings in Playback Mode as shown in Monitor
Print reservation Number of prints
Protect Record mode Resolution Exposure compensation White balance
Date and time File number (still picture) Card cover Battery compartment cover Lens barrier Lens VIDEO OUT jack DC-IN jack
Note: Depending on the camera settings, not all indicators will be displayed.
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a. 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.
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.
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.
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 Digital camera confirms the focus and exposure are properly set when the green lamp in the viewfinder lights steadily.The orange lamp lights up when it is recommended to use the flash and/or when the flash is recharging (when blinking) or ready to fire (when steady).
Press the shutter button completely to take the picture. A short beep confirms your picture has been taken.
This Digital camera 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
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.)
b. Taking a Picture with the Monitor
Pull to zoom in
Open the lens barrier fully. Press. Decide the composition while looking at the image on the monitor.
Push the zoom lever to zoom out and get everything into the picture. Pull the zoom lever to choose telephoto shooting and get closer to the action.
d. Flash Modes
This Digital camera 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 a Digital camera, 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 ERASE. 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.
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.
b. Erasing Pictures
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. This Digital camera offers two ways to permanently erase unwanted digital photos: Single-Frame Erase: Deletes only the picture currently displayed in the monitor.
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 Digital camera 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.
Windows 98 users must install the USB Driver for Windows 98 software before connecting the Digital camera to the computer. Refer to the Software Installation Guide for complete information.
Press the button if the camera does not turn on automatically. The camera starts communicating with the PC.
Make sure that the camera is turned off before connecting it to your computer.
Olympus makes it simple to connect the Digital camera 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.
INSTALLING THE CAMERA SOFTWARE
Additional Camera Features
This Digital camera 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! 4 Scene Program Shooting Modes: This camera has 4 scene shooting modes to choose from depending on the shooting conditions and the effect you want to achieve. 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, this Digital camera 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.
TIP Remember to complete and return your Registration Card (not provided in some areas), and keep all camera documentation handy.
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 locate the Software Installation Guide in the language you wish to use. 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.
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