Olympus C-60 Zoom
Olympus - 6.1 megapixel - 3 x optical zoom - ISO 400 - Built-in Flash - Optical Viewfinder
The performance features of the C-60ZOOM are as impressive as its stylish metal exterior. This 6.1 million pixel camera is packed full of innovative technology to make your shots come alive, including the new TruePic TURBO image processor and sunshine LCD. With its precision automatic functions, the 3x zoom model can take care of all the details for you. But it also allows you total creative control to discover new areas of expression. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Olympus C-60 Zoom photo ]
Olympus C-60 Zoom
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User reviews and opinions
|trasher77||4:32pm on Saturday, September 4th, 2010|
|Nice size, easy 2 use, good size screen. High quality photos Wish it had a little more zoom.|
|hoffmannzp||5:03pm on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010|
|wonderful Thank you for your prompt service and the accurate description of the goods sold. I am very satisfied with what I got from you! Disappointed My initial oppinion was good but as I used the camera I realized that it did not funciton well. Awesome camera! Olympus C60 is an awesome camera. I bought it a year ago and still works perfectly. The quality of the pictures is amazing.|
|quellerie||8:10am on Saturday, July 17th, 2010|
|This is one sweet camera. An impulse purchas... Great pictures, lots of flexibility and control.|
|mimi_s_mum||1:32pm on Saturday, June 19th, 2010|
|Forget everything the CNET reviewer told you.... Fits in my pocket. Easy to use. Videos are a plus. Forget Panorama, Needs a slider lock.|
|jerris86||8:52pm on Tuesday, June 15th, 2010|
|Disappointed My initial oppinion was good but as I used the camera I realized that it did not funciton well.|
|Zawiah||1:54pm on Thursday, June 10th, 2010|
|inexpensive for the features Will break quickly, consider it a disposable camera Great picture quality, easy to use Price, it cost more to get a good quality camera.|
|ChipperQ||9:19pm on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010|
|I purchased this camera a while ago and it works great. I bought this after my friend lost my Olympus D-565 which uses double A batteries.|
|Ergee||4:25pm on Sunday, April 18th, 2010|
|It has 13 shooting modes that I found very useful. The e outside mostly plastic and some stainless steel, very durable. Perfect for point-and-shoot.|
|arclights||8:15am on Friday, April 16th, 2010|
|I already have a olympus Stylus 400, nice camera, but blurs fast moving subjects. I bought this one (C-60) because of manual shutter option. this camera is great. you can take movies with a decent resolution and the sound is great! with a lot of memory.|
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UNPACKING THE BOX CONTENTS
It is strongly recommended that you follow these step-by-step numbered instructions to set up and quickly begin using your new Digital Camera.
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.
Strap Digital camera Basic Manual
CAMEDIA Master CD-ROM/ Software installation guide
Lithium ion battery charger (LI-10C)
Lithium-ion battery (LI-12B)
The following items are also included in this package: warranty card, registration card (not pvovided in some areas), and safety precautions booklet.
PREPARE THE CAMERA FOR USE
Before you begin using your Olympus digital camera Fully charge the battery on the provided charger before first use.
Insert the xD-Picture Card
The xD-Picture Card is where the camera stores your pictures and is available in a variety of memory capacities. The pictures you take with the camera remain on the xD-Picture Card even when the camera is turned off and/or the battery is removed. Insert the xD-Picture Card into the battery/card compartment as shown in the illustration. Push the card fully into the compartment. The card will lock into place when fully inserted. To remove, push down on the xD-Picture Card. The card will pop up. Pull to remove. Close the compartment cover.
Loading the battery
Battery/card compartment cover
Slide the battery/card compartment in the direction of the arrow A. The battery/card compartment cover unlocks and opens in the direction of the arrow B. Insert the battery in the direction shown in the illustration. Make sure the knob is locked securely.
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.
Close the battery/card compartment cover so that it pushes the battery down inside. While pressing the mark, slide the cover in the opposite direction of.
Attach the strap
Attach the strap as illustrated to make the camera easier to handle.
TIP: An optional Olympus AC adapter is available, and is recommended when downloading images to ensure a consistent power supply. See the Reference Manual for more information.
TURNING ON THE CAMERA
All you need to do is slide the lens barrier open or closed to turn the camera ON or OFF.
Orange lamp Viewfinder
(Flash mode) button (Erase) button (Macro/Spot) button (Protect) button
AF target mark
Turn the camera ON
Open the lens barrier fully until it clicks. The lens extends. To turn the camera off, slide the lens barrier until you feel the first click. Wait until the lens is fully retracted, then close the lens barrier all the way.
Monitor Card access lamp OK/Menu button ( ) DC-IN jack
Arrow pad ( )
A/V OUT jack (MONO) USB connector
TIP: To maximize battery life, this digital camera features a power saving mode in which the camera enters a sleep mode after approximately three (3) minutes of non-use. Press the shutter button to wake up the camera.
Battery/Card compartment cover
Connector vover Tripod socket
Set the Date and Time
Although this is not required, it is recommended that you set the date and time. This affects the way image file names are created, and will conveniently include this information with each picture. The date and time can also be set in MODE MENU. Set the mode dial to , then open the lens barrier. Press to display the top menu. Press to select. 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.
Monitor indications during shooting
Monitor indications during still picture playback
Monitor indications during movie playback
P 1/800 F2.8 +0.3 ISO 100 NR
100-0018 HQ SIZE: 2816x2112 F2.8 1/800 + 0.3 ISO100 04.07.01 12:30 18
twice to set the date and time and exit the menu.
100-0015 HQ SIZE: 320x240 + 0.3 WB AUTO 04.07.01 16:00 00:00/00:20
Camera Diagram and Controls
Now take a moment to familiarize yourself with the key areas of camera controls by reviewing the illustrations.
Self-timer/Remote control lamp Speaker
Power lamp Shutter button
Shooting mode Shutter speed Aperture value Exposure compensation Exposure differential AF target mark Record mode Resolution Number of storable still pictures/ Remaining recording time Memory gauge
Battery check Noise reduction Flash stand-by mark Green lamp Macro mode/Super macro mode Flash mode Flash intensity control Drive mode Self-timer/Remote control Sound record Spot metering ISO
White balance Print reservation Number of prints Protect File number Date Time Frame number Sound record Movie Movie playback time
Remote control receiver
Zoom lever (W /T
Note: The monitor indications differ depending on the cameras settings. You can select the amount of information displayed on the monitor.
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There are two ways to compose your subject: with the viewfinder or using the monitor. 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.
This digital camera features multiple flash modes.
Auto-flash Red-eye Reduction Flash Fill-in Flash
The camera automatically decides if the flash is needed. Reduces incidence of red-eye by emitting pre-flashes to shrink pupil size before firing the main flash. The strobe effect is normal operation for this mode. The flash always fires with every picture. Adjusts the flash for special situations requiring slow shutter speeds. Turns the flash off for times when flash photography is prohibited or not desired. The flash never fires.
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.
The digital camera confirms the focus and exposure are properly set when the green lamp next to the viewfinder lights steadily. The orange lamp informs you that the flash is recommended and/or 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.
SLOW Slow SLOW Synchronization Flash Off
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.
Press to cycle through the available flash modes. With the shutter button depressed halfway, the flash is ready to fire when the orange lamp next to the viewfinder and mark light steadily. When the orange lamp or is blinking, the flash is charging.
Taking a Picture with the Monitor
Open the lens barrier fully. Frame your subject using the monitor.
Push to zoom out
Push to zoom in
Number of Storable Pictures
Your digital camera can handle xD-Picture Card from 16 MB to 512 MB. The number of storable pictures depends on the image quality selected. See the Reference Manual for complete descriptions of each record mode and the storable frame capacity for the various resolution modes and xD-Picture Card capacities.
P 1/800 F2.8 +0.3
Push the zoom lever toward W to zoom out and get everything into the picture. Push the zoom lever toward T to choose telephoto shooting and get closer to the action.
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.)
VIEWING AND 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. Once erased, pictures cannot be restored. With the lens barrier closed, press and use the arrow pad to display the picture you want to erase. Press. Press to select YES, and then press.
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, this 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.
With this digital camera, you can easily view the photos you wantand delete the ones you dont.
With the lens barrier closed, press. Even if you press in the shooting mode, the camera enters the playback mode instantly.
The last picture taken appears in the monitor. Use to scroll though all the images saved on your xD-Picture Card. When you are finished reviewing your pictures: Press to turn the camera off. OR To return back to the shooting mode, press the shutter button halfway.
CONNECTING THE CAMERA TO A COMPUTER
TIP: Olympus recommends using the optional AC adapter to ensure a consistent power supply when downloading images.
Olympus makes it simple to connect this digital camera to your computer. Turn the camera off. Plug the supplied USB cable into the ports on your camera and computer as illustrated at right. Press the button if the camera does not turn on automatically. The camera starts communicating with the PC and the selection screen for the USB connector is displayed on the cameras monitor. Select PC and press.
USB PC PRINT
Make sure that the camera is turned off before connecting it to your computer. Windows 98 users must install the USB Driver for Windows 98 software before connecting this digital camera to the computer. Refer to the Software Installation Guide for complete information.
When the camera is recognized by the PC, a new icon appears on the desktop.
INSTALLING THE CAMERA SOFTWARE
Youve 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
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! Advanced photographic control: Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, and full Manual modes are available to give you complete control of your photography. 6 Scene Program Shooting Modes: This camera has 6 shooting modes to choose from depending on the shooting conditions and the effect you want to achieve. Macro Mode & Super Macro Mode: For close-ups as tight as 20 cm/7.9 inches, select Macro Mode. For shooting from as close as 4 cm/1.6 inches, select Super Macro Mode. Sequential Shooting: Take a rapid succession of still pictures. Still Picture Editing: Edit still pictures and store them as new pictures. Movie Mode: Yes, this digital camera records movies 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. Direct Printing: Connect directly to your PictBridge-compatible printer with the USB cable to print your favorite images easily.
TIP: Remember to complete and return your Registration Card, and keep all camera documentation handy.
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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. You are now ready to install the computer software. 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!
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5 Adjusting the image quality and exposure
Record mode. 79 Selecting still picture record modes. 81 Selecting movie record modes. 82 ISO sensitivity. 83 Exposure. 84 White balance WB. 85 SHARPNESS. 86 CONTRAST. 87 NOISE REDUCTION. 88
Viewing still pictures. 89 Close-up playback. 90 Index display. 91 Selecting the number of pictures. 91 Slideshow. 92 Picture rotation. 93 Viewing movies. 94 INDEX Creating an index. 96 Playback on a TV. 97 Recording sound. 98 Editing still pictures. 99 Protecting pictures. 100 Erasing pictures. 101 Single-frame erase. 101 All-frame erase. 102
7 Useful functions
ALL RESET Saving the cameras settings. 103 SHORT CUT. 105 Registering functions to the shortcut menus. 106 Using the shortcut menu. 107 MY MODE SETUP Registering customized settings in the mode. 108 INFO Displaying shooting information on the monitor INFO. 111 Histogram display Displaying the brightness distribution of still pictures. 113
CARD SETUP Formatting cards. 115 Monitor brightness adjustment. 117 Beep Setting the warning tone. 117 SHUTTER SOUND Setting the shutter sound. 118 VOLUME Adjusting the playback volume. 119 PW ON/OFF SETUP Power on/off display/ sound volume setting. 120 REC VIEW Checking the picture immediately after shooting. 121 SLEEP Sleep timer. 122 VIDEO OUT Selecting the video signal type. 122 FILE NAME Assigning a file name. 123 PIXEL MAPPING Checking the image processing functions. 124
8 Print setting (DPOF)
How to print pictures. 125 Applying print reservation to a card. 127
Using the direct printing function. 129 Connecting the camera to a printer. 130 Printing pictures. 131 Printing basics. 132 PRINT mode/MULTI PRINT mode. 133 ALL PRINT mode. 137 ALL INDEX mode/PRINT ORDER mode. 139 Exiting direct printing. 141 If an error code is displayed. 142
Error codes. 143 Troubleshooting. 145 Menu directory. 154 Camera maintenance. 161 How to replace the battery (CR2025) of the remote control device. 162 Specifications. 163 Glossary. 165 Index. 168
Names of parts
Flash ~P. 53 AF sensor Self-timer/Remote control lamp ~P. 65, 66 Microphone ~P. 75, 77, 98
Remote control receiver ~P. 66 Strap eyelet ~P. 15 Speaker
Power lamp ~P. 21 Zoom lever (W ~P. 51, 90, 91 /T )
Shutter button ~P. 40 Mode dial ~P. 35
Green lamp ~P. 40 Orange lamp ~P. 40, 55 Viewfinder
(Flash mode) button ~P. 55 (Erase) button ~P. 101 (Macro/Spot) button ~P. 62, 63 (Protect) button ~P. 100 (Playback) button ~P. 21, 89
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For a more accurate setting, press when the clock hits 00 seconds. The clock starts when you press the button.
8 To turn the camera off, close the lens barrier.
The current settings remain the same even when the power is turned off, unless they are readjusted. Note The date setting will return to the factory default setting if the camera is left with no battery for approximately one day. If this happens, you will need to set the date again. The setting will be canceled more quickly if the battery was only loaded in the camera for a short time before being removed.
You can select a language for on-screen display. Available languages vary depending on the area where you purchased this camera. This reference manual shows the English on-screen display in the illustrations and explanations.
the lens 1 Openthe mode barrier.any mode except Set dial to.
2 Press top.menu is displayed. The 3 Press MENU. 4 Press 5
Press. on the arrow pad to select MODE
SETUP CARD PIC CAM
to select the SETUP tab,. to select , then press
PW ON/OFF SETUP OFF REC VIEW ON LOW
6 Press press 7 Press
to select a language, then. again to exit the menu.
What are the menus?
When you turn on the camera and press , the top menu is displayed on the monitor. You can make a variety of function settings on this camera using the menus. This chapter explains how the menus work, using the P mode screens. Top menu Press the arrow pad to display the shortcut menus or MODE MENU.
Using the menus
MODE MENU MONITOR OFF
Shortcut menus Take you directly to the setting screens. Display operational buttons at the bottom of the screen. You can change the shortcut menus in any mode other than , and modes. ~ SHORT CUT (P. 105)
MODE MENU Lets you access various menu functions such as the ISO value, etc. Categorizes the functions under 4 tabs (CAMERA, PICTURE, CARD and SETUP). Displays the associated menu items when you press to select a tab.
SET CARD PICTURE CAM
SET CARD PIC CAMERA
WB SHARPNESS CONTRAST
TIFF SHQ HQ SQ1 SQ2
SCENE OFF DRIVE ISO AUTO 0.0
How to use the menus
The instructions below show how to use the menus using the P mode screen.
Press to display the top menu. Press. Top menu
to select a tab, then.
Press to return to the tab selection screen.
Camera movement can occur easily and subjects may be difficult to see in bright/dark places.The monitor uses more battery power than the viewfinder. Use the monitor when you want to shoot while checking the picture area that the camera actually records. Use also for close-up shots of people or flowers, or for macro shooting.
The camera records a wider area than the image in the viewfinder. As you get closer to the subject, the actual image recorded (striped area) becomes lower than the one in the viewfinder (see left).
How to turn off the monitor
You can set the monitor to turn on or off when the camera is powered on in the shooting mode. 1 Press top menu is displayed. The
2 Press. turns 3 The monitormonitoroff (MONITOR OFF).to To turn the back on, press
display the top menu and press to select MONITOR ON. MONITOR ON is displayed on the top menu when the monitor is set to off.
If correct focus cannot be obtained
When the subject you want to focus on is not in the center of the frame and you cannot position the AF target mark on it, you can focus the camera on another point at roughly the same distance (focus lock) and take the picture as explained below.
Determine the position of the subject after focusing (Focus Lock)
AF target 1 Position the focus on. mark on the subject you want to When shooting a hard-to-focus subject or a fast-moving subject, point the camera at an object about the same distance away as the subject.
the shutter button halfway and 2 Pressthe green lamp lights steadily. make sure When the focus and exposure are locked, the green lamp lights steadily. If the green lamp blinks, the focus and exposure are not locked. Release your finger from the shutter button, re-position the AF target mark on the subject and press the shutter button halfway again.
the shutter 3 Keeping recompose button pressed halfway, your shot.
Press the shutter button all the way (fully).
When Auto focus does not work (Subjects that are difficult to focus on)
Under the following conditions auto focus may not work properly. If this happens, focus on an object with high contrast at the same distance as the intended subject (~ P. 46, Focus Lock), recompose your shot and then take the picture. If the subject has no vertical lines, hold the camera vertically and lock the focus, then return the camera to the horizontal position to take the picture. The green lamp blinks: The subject cannot be brought into focus.
Mode indication OFF (Center-weighted metering)
2 Take the picture.
Factory default setting:
OFF (Center-weighted metering)
Macro mode shooting Taking close-up pictures
Macro shooting allows you to shoot from as close as 30 cm (1.0 ft) to a subject while the zoom lever is pressed to the maximum T position. You can fill the entire frame with a very small subject. As the center of the frame (within the AF target mark) is metered and optimal exposure is obtained when is set, the picture turns out well. ~ Selecting the metering area (P. 62)
Normal shooting Macro mode shooting
1 Press the until (macro/spot) button repeatedly (macro mode) or
(spot metering+ macro mode) appears.
P 1/800 F2.8 0.0
If is not pressed for 2 seconds, the selection screen disappears. picture while 2 Take theon the monitor.observing your subject Macro shooting range Wide (W) : 20 cm to 50 cm (0.7 ft to 1.6 ft) Tele (T) : 30 cm to 50 cm (1.0 ft to 1.6 ft) Factory default setting:
If you use the flash in macro shooting, shadows may be noticeable and the correct exposure may not be achieved. Note
Super macro shooting
This mode lets you shoot a small subject that macro shooting cannot capture. You can shoot from as close as 4 cm (1.6") to a subject with the zoom lever pressed to the maximum W position.
menu, select 1 In the top T T ON,MODE MENU T CAMERA and press.
~ How to use the menus (P. 28) Press again to exit the menu.
2 Take a picture while observing your subject on the monitor. 4
In the mode, the flash is set to the off mode. When taking pictures close to the subject, shadows may become Note noticeable, and the auto focus may not be able to maintain correct focus. Advanced shooting
This function is useful for taking pictures where you want to be included in the photograph.
menu, 1 In the top T select MODE MENU T CAMERA T. Press.
~ How to use the menus (P. 28) Press again to exit the menu. If is displayed on the top menu as a shortcut menu, press the arrow pad in the same direction as the arrow shown next to. ~ SHORT CUT (P. 105)
2 Take the picture. The self-timer starts.
Self-timer/Remote control lamp
The self-timer/remote control lamp lights up for approximately 10 seconds, then starts blinking. After blinking for approximately 2 seconds, the picture is taken. Movie recording starts approximately 12 seconds after pressing the shutter button. To stop recording, press the shutter button fully again. To stop the self-timer, press. The selftimer/remote control lamp will turn off.
Selecting still picture record modes
menu, select MODE 1 In the top T T TIFF, SHQ, MENU T or PICTURE HQ, SQ1 SQ2. Press. ~ How to use the menus (P. 28) To select a resolution for TIFF, SQ1 or SQ2, set the mode dial to any of the positions except. is displayed on the top menu as a shortcut menu, press the arrow pad in the same direction as the arrow shown next to. ~ SHORT CUT (P. 105) When you selected SHQ or HQ Go to step 3.
When you selected TIFF in step 1 Press to select a resolution.
TIFF 2816x2112 2560x1920 2272x1704 2048x1536
CANCEL SELECT GO
When you selected SQ1 or SQ2 in step 1
1 Press 2 Press
to select a resolution. Press to select HIGH or NORMAL.
SQ1 2560x1920 HIGH NORMAL 2272x1704 2048x1536 1600x1200
SQ2 1280x960 HIGH NORMAL 1024x768 640x480
to save the setting. again to exit the menu.
Selecting movie record modes
menu, select MENU 1 In the top T T HQ MODE Press T. PICTURE or SQ.
HQ 320 x 240 SQ 160 x 120
The higher the ISO value, the greater the cameras light sensitivity and the better its ability to shoot in low light conditions. However, higher values also introduce noise into the resulting image, which may give them a grainy appearance. AUTO : Sensitivity is automatically adjusted according to the light conditions and the subject brightness. 64/100/200/ : With a lower ISO setting, you can shoot clear, sharp images in 400 daylight. With a higher ISO setting, you can shoot in dark places.
menu, MODE 1 In the top T ISO,selectpress MENU T CAMERA then to choose the most suitable ISO sensitivity and press. ~ How to use the menus (P. 28) Press again to exit the menu. Modes & ISO Sensitivity
Modes ISO AUTO ISO
P 1/800 F2.8 0.0 ISO 100
: Available, : Not available, : Factory default setting * Available ISO sensitivities and the factory default settings depend on the shooting mode (P, A, S or M) registered in the mode.
Higher ISO settings produce more electrical noise. When ISO is set to AUTO and you are shooting in dark conditions Note without a flash, the sensitivity automatically increases, otherwise the shutter speed will be reduced, possibly resulting in camera movement and blurred images. If the subject is too far away for the flash illumination to reach when ISO is set to AUTO, the sensitivity is automatically increased. When using slow synchronization in the P, A or S mode, the slowest available shutter speed varies depending on the ISO setting.
In some situations, you may get better results when the exposure that the camera sets is compensated (adjusted) manually. You can adjust the exposure by selecting the exposure compensation value. After adjusting the exposure, you can check the picture on the monitor.
to compensate the exposure.
Adjusts towards (images become darker)
3 Select INDEX in step 3 on page 94. Press.
The INDEX screen appears. The card access lamp blinks while the movie is being accessed. to select OK, and 4 Pressindex is saved on the card. press The.
When CANCEL is selected, the MOVIE PLAY screen appears. To exit the MOVIE PLAY screen, press.
INDEX OK CANCEL
The interval between automatically selected frames varies depending on the recording time of the movie. Note INDEX is not available if there is not enough memory on the card.
Playback on a TV
Use the AV cable provided with the camera to play back recorded images on your TV. Both still pictures and movies can be played back. sure that turned off. Connect A/V 1 Makejack on thethe TV and camera areinput terminal on the the using OUT camera to the video TV the AV cable.
Connect to the TVs video input (yellow) and audio input (white) terminals. AV cable
A/V OUT jack (MONO)
on and set it video input mode. 2 Turn the TV of switching to to theinput, refer to your TVs instruction manual. For details video the (playback) button to turn 3 Press last picture taken is displayed on thethe camera on. pad to The TV. Use the arrow select the picture you want to display.
The close-up playback, index display, slideshow and other playback 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. ~ VIDEO OUT Selecting the video Note signal type (P. 122) The cameras monitor turns off automatically when the AV cable is connected to the camera. The picture may appear off-center on the TV screen. When pictures are compressed in order to fit the entire picture on the TV screen, a black frame appears around the picture. If the picture is output to a video printer via the TV, the black frame may be printed.
Sound can be added to a still picture that you have already taken. You can also re-record over the sound that has already been recorded. Total recording time per picture is approximately 4 seconds.
SETUP. 1 In the top menu, select CARD27) ~ What are the menus? (P.
menu, select 1 In the topCARD SETUP.MODE MENU T CARD T Press.
menu, select 1 In the topCARD SETUP.MODE MENU T CARD T Press. Press to select FORMAT, then press ~ How to use the menus (P. 28).
to select YES.
to start 3 Press BUSY bar is formatting. show the The displayed to progress of formatting.
Do not perform any of the following actions during formatting as they may render the card unusable: Note Open the battery/card compartment cover, remove the battery, connect or disconnect the AC adapter (regardless of whether or not the battery is loaded in the camera).
Monitor brightness adjustment
This function lets you adjust the brightness of the monitor.
1 In the top menu, select MODE MENU T SETUP T , and press.
to adjust the brightness of 2 Press the monitor, and when you have set the desired level, press. Pressing brightens the monitor, and pressing darkens it. Press again to exit the menu.
Beep Setting the warning tone
You can select the volume of the beep sound used for warnings from OFF, LOW, or HIGH. You can turn the sound off completely by setting OFF.
In menu, 1 or the topPress select MODE MENU T SETUP T HIGH.
T OFF, LOW
SHUTTER SOUND Setting the shutter sound
You can select from either one of 2 shutter sounds emitted when the shutter button is pressed. You can also select the volume of each kind of sound from LOW or HIGH. The factory default settings are 1 for the kind of sound and LOW for the volume. Select OFF when you want to turn the sound off completely.
MENU T 1 In the top menu, select MODEand press SETUP T SHUTTER SOUND,
or 2 and press 2 Select 1 and press. or HIGH
. Then select LOW
To turn the sound off completely, select OFF and press. Press repeatedly until the menu disappears.
SHUTTER SOUND OFF 1 LOW HIGH 2
VOLUME Adjusting the playback volume
You can adjust the volume when playing back a still picture with sound or a movie. You can select the volume from LOW or HIGH. Select OFF when you want to turn the sound off completely.
1 In the top menu, select MODE MENU T SETUP T VOLUME, and press.
2 Presspress then
to select the volume level,. again to exit the menu.
PW ON/OFF SETUP Power on/off display/sound volume setting
Press to set x (number of prints). Up to 10 can be set. 0 cancels print reservation.
Increases the number.
Decreases the number.
When setting is complete, press The screen appears.
To apply print reservation for other frames, press.
5 Press and press
to select NO, DATE or TIME. NO : Prints the frame without date/time. DATE : Prints the frame together with the shooting date. TIME : Prints the frame together with the shooting time.
NO DATE TIME
6 Check the number of print reservation frames, the total number of prints, and 8
Print setting (DPOF) date/time printing data. Press to select SET and press. CANCEL clears all print reserve data.
PRINT ORDERED 10 (16) DATE
to finish print reservation.
Using the direct printing function
By connecting the camera to a PictBridge-compatible printer with the USB cable, you can print out recorded pictures directly. With the camera connected to the printer, select the pictures you want to print and the number of prints on the cameras monitor. It is also possible to print out pictures using the print reservation data. ~ How to print pictures (P.125) To find out if your printer is compatible with PictBridge, refer to the printers instruction manual. What is PictBridge? It is a standard that allows connection of digital cameras and printers made by different manufacturers and enables direct printing. STANDARD All printers that support PictBridge have standard print settings. By selecting STANDARD on the settings screens (~ P. 132 to 139), you can print images according to these settings. For details on your printers standard settings, refer to the printers instruction manual or contact the printer manufacturer.
For details of printing paper types, ink cassettes, etc., refer to the printers instruction manual. You are recommended to use the optional AC adapter when printing pictures. If you use the battery, make sure that it is fully charged. If Note the camera stops operating while communicating with the printer, the printer may malfunction or image data may be lost. Movies cannot be printed. The camera will not enter sleep mode when connected to the USB cable.
SELECT SET GO
PRINT INFO 1 x WITHOUT DATE FILE NAME WITHOUT
x DATE ( )
FILE NAME (
Sets the number of prints. You can select up to 10 prints. If you select WITH, pictures are printed with the date and time. ) If you select WITH, pictures are printed with the file name.
DATE and FILE NAME are not available in MULTI PRINT mode.
When you have finished all the settings for MORE, press. The screen displayed in Step 5 appears.
To print more than one picture in PRINT and/or MULTI PRINT mode, repeat Steps 5 and 6 and make single and/or multiple print reservations for all the pictures you want to print. is displayed in MULTI PRINT mode. 7 Press PRINT screen is displayed. The
The settings you have made are displayed.
8 Print the pictures.
Press then press
to select OK or CANCEL,.
OK Printing starts. CANCEL The settings are canceled and the monitor returns to the PRINT MODE SELECT screen. When printing is finished, the monitor returns to the PRINT MODE SELECT screen. ~ Exiting direct printing (P. 141)
During data transfer
To cancel printing
Pressing during print data transfer displays the screen for selecting whether to continue or cancel printing. To cancel printing, press to select CANCEL, then press.
PRINT CONTINUE CANCEL
ALL PRINT mode
1 In the PRINT MODE SELECT screen, press. to select ALL PRINT, then press
Press to select the paper size, then press. When the PRINT PAPER screen is not displayed, SIZE and BORDERLESS are set to STANDARD. Go to Step 4. Use to select framed or unframed, then press. OFF ( ) The image is printed inside a blank frame. ON ( ) The image is printed filling the entire page. The PRINT INFO screen is displayed.
to select 4 Press then pressd. the item you want to set,
Press to select the item, then press. If PRINT INFO cannot be set with your SELECT GO SET printer, go to Step 6. Only one print of each image can be made at a time. DATE ( ) If you select WITH, pictures are printed with the date and time. FILE NAME ( ) If you select WITH, pictures are printed with the file name. Press. The PRINT screen is displayed.
6 Print the pictures.
ALL INDEX mode/PRINT ORDER mode
1 In the PRINT MODE SELECT screen, press to select ALL INDEX or PRINT
ORDER, then press. The PRINT PAPER screen is displayed.
Product type Recording system Still Digital camera (for shooting and displaying) Digital recording, JPEG (in accordance with Design rule for Camera File system (DCF)), TIFF (non-compression) Exif 2.2, Digital Print Order Format (DPOF), PRINT Image Matching II, PictBridge Wave format QuickTime Motion JPEG support xD-Picture Card, 16 MB to 512 MB 2816 x 2112 pixels (TIFF/SHQ/HQ) 2560 x 1920 pixels (TIFF/SQ1) 2272 x 1704 pixels (TIFF/SQ1) 2048 x 1536 pixels (TIFF/SQ1) 1600 x 1200 pixels (TIFF/SQ1) 1280 x 960 pixels (TIFF/SQ2) 1024 x 768 pixels (TIFF/SQ2) 640 x 480 pixels (TIFF/SQ2) Approx. 1 frame (TIFF: 2816x2112) Approx. 7 frames (SHQ: 2816x2112) Approx. 21 frames (HQ: 2816x2112) Approx. 66 frames (SQ1: 1600x1200 NORMAL) Approx. 398 frames (SQ2: 640x480 NORMAL) 6,070,000 pixels 1/1.76" CCD solid-state image pickup 6,370,000 (gross) Olympus lens 7.8 mm to 23.4 mm, f2.8 to f4.8, 7 elements in 6 groups (equivalent to 38 mm to 114 mm lens on 35 mm camera) Center-weighted metering system, Spot metering system W : f2.8 to f8.0 T : f4.8 to f8.0 Used with mechanical shutter 1 to 1/1000 sec. (M mode: 8 to 1/1000 sec.; during night scene shooting or when slow synchronization is used: 4 to 1/1000 sec.) 1/30 to 1/8000 sec.
Applicable standards Sound with still pictures Movie Memory Recording image resolutions
No. of storable pictures (When a 32 MB card is used/Without sound)
No. of effective pixels Image pickup device Lens
Photometric system Aperture Shutter speed Still
Normal: 50 cm to (1.6 ft to ) Macro mode: 20 cm (W) to 50 cm (0.7 ft to 1.6 ft) Super macro mode: 4 cm (W) to 20 cm (0.1 ft to 0.7 ft) Optical real image viewfinder 1.8" TFT color LCD display Approx. 134,000 pixels Dual autofocus (Contrast detection system, Passive autofocus system) DC-IN jack, USB connector (mini-B), A/V OUT jack 2000 up to 2099
Viewfinder Monitor Autofocus Outer connector Automatic calendar system Operating environment Temperature Humidity Power supply Dimensions (W) X (H) X (D) Weight
0C to 40C (32F to104F) (operation) 20C to 60C ( 4F to 140F) (storage) 30% to 90% (operation) 10% to 90% (storage) Only an Olympus LI-10B/12B lithium-ion battery AC adapter specified by Olympus (optional) 99.5 mm x 58.5 mm x 41.5 mm (3.9" x 2.3" x 1.6") (excluding protrusions) 194 g (0.4 lb) (without battery/card)
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT ANY NOTICE OR OBLIGATION ON THE PART OF THE MANUFACTURER.
A (Aperture Priority) Mode
You set the aperture yourself and the camera automatically varies the shutter speed so that the picture is taken with the best exposure.
AE (Automatic Exposure)
The cameras built-in exposure meter automatically sets the exposure. The 3 AE modes available on this camera are P mode, in which the camera selects both the aperture and shutter speed, A mode, in which the user selects the aperture and the camera sets the shutter speed, and S mode, in which the user selects the shutter speed and the camera sets the aperture. In M mode, the user selects both the aperture and the shutter speed.
The adjustable lens opening which controls the amount of light that enters the camera. The larger the aperture, the shorter the depth of field and the fuzzier the background. The smaller the aperture, the greater the depth of field and the sharper the background. Larger aperture values indicate smaller apertures, and smaller aperture values indicate larger apertures.
A light source to illuminate the monitor from behind the screen.
CCD (Charge-Coupled Device)
This converts light passing through the lens into electrical signals. With this camera, light is picked up and converted into RGB signals to build a single image.
Contrast Detection Method
This is used to measure the distance to the subject. The camera determines if the image is focused by the level of contrast in the subject.
This refers to images recorded using silver halide (the method for recording images in conventional, non-digital photography). This system is different from that used in still video and digital photography.
DCF (Design rule for Camera File system)
A standard for image files by the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA).
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format)
This is for saving desired print settings on digital cameras. By entering which images to print and the number of copies of each, the user can easily have the desired images printed by a printer or print lab that supports the DPOF format.
Dual Auto Focus
An auto focus system that uses two different focus detection systems in combination. This camera uses the CCDs contrast detection system in combination with the passive autofocus system, nullifying the shortcomings of each system.
EV (Exposure Value)
A system for measuring exposure. EV0 is when the aperture is at F1 and the shutter speed is 1 second. The EV then increases by 1 each time the aperture increases by one F stop or the shutter speed increases by one increment. EV can also be used to indicate brightness and ISO settings.
The amount of light used to capture an image. The exposure is determined by the time the shutter is open (shutter speed) and the amount of light that passes through the lens (aperture).
A method for indicating film speed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) (e.g. ISO100). Higher ISO values indicate greater sensitivity to light, so images can be exposed even in low-light conditions.
JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group)
A compression format for still images. Photographs (images) shot using this camera are recorded onto the card in JPEG format when the Record mode is set to SHQ, HQ, SQ1 or SQ2. By downloading these images to a personal computer, users can edit them using graphics application software or view the images using an Internet web browser.
Exposure compensation..84 Exposure differential.60
FILE NAME..123 File number..12 Fill-in flash.53 Flash..53 Flash intensity control.57 Flash mode..53 Flash off..54 Flash standby.55 Fluorescent light.85 Focus lock.46 FORMAT..115 Full press..40 FULLTIME AF.61 FUNCTION..74
Battery...16 Battery check..13 Battery/card compartment cover.9, 18 Beep..117 BKT...69 BLACK & WHITE.74
Green lamp.9, 40
Half press..40 HIGH (Record mode)..79 Histogram display.113 HQ..80
Monitor brightness adjustment..117 MOVIE PLAY..94 MOVIE PLAYBACK..94 Movie recording.37, 49 MY MODE SETUP.108 My mode.37
INDEX..96 Index display.91 INFO..111 ISO..83 Night-Scene shooting.35 NOISE REDUCTION..88 NORMAL (Record mode).79 NTSC..122, 166 Number of frames in an index display..91 Number of storable pictures.80
Landscape + Portrait shooting..36 Landscape + Scene shooting.36 Language selection.26 Lens..8 Lens barrier.8 Lithium ion battery.16
OK/Menu button..9, 27 Orange lamp..9, 40, 55 Overcast..85
PAL..122, 166 PANORAMA..71 PictBridge..129, 167 Picture rotation..93 PIXEL MAPPING.124 Pixels..167 Playback mode..21, 89 Playback on a TV..97 Portrait shooting.35 Print reservation.125 Program shooting P..37 Protect.100
Macro mode shooting.63 Manual shooting M..38, 60 Memory gauge..13 Microphone.8, 75, 77, 98 MODE MENU.31 Mode dial..8, 35 MONITOR OFF (MONITOR ON)..45 Monitor.9, 10, 41, 117
REC VIEW..121 Record mode..79 Recording sound..98 Recording sound with movies..77 Recording sound with still pictures..75 Red-eye reduction flash.53 Remaining recording time.49, 81 Remote control..66 Remote control receiver..66 Resizing..99 Resolution..79, 167
SCENE...36 Self-timer..65 Self-timer /Remote control lamp.8, 65, 66 SEPIA..74 Sequential shooting..68 SHARPNESS.86 Shooting mode..21, 35 SHORT CUT.105 Shortcut menus..30 SHQ...80 SHUTTER SOUND.118 Shutter button..8, 40 Shutter priority shooting S.38, 59 Shutter speed.59 Single-frame erase..101 Single-frame playback.89 Single-frame reservation.127
Single-frame shooting.68 Slideshow..92 Slow synchronization SLOW.54 Slow synchronization with red-eye reduction flash SLOW..54 Speaker..8 Sports shooting..36 Spot metering.62 SQ1...80 SQ2...80 STANDARD..129 Startup/shutdown screen.22 Strap..15 Strap eyelet..8, 15 Sunlight..85 Super macro shooting.64
Telephoto T..51 TIFF...80 Top menu..27 Tripod socket..9 Tungsten light..85
Underwater housing.78 USB..130 USB cable..130 USB connector..9, 130
VIDEO OUT..122 Viewfinder..9, 42 VOLUME..119
White balance.85 Wide-angle W.51
Zoom lever.8, 51, 90, 91
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The drive letter of the CD-ROM varies depending on the computer. To identify the drive letter, double-click My Computer on the desktop.
Click Continue. The installation of the USB driver will start.
Click OK to restart your computer and the installation is complete.
When the computer has restarted, installation is complete. If the Olympus Windows Installer screen appears, click Close and remove the CD-ROM from the CD-ROM drive.
Connecting the camera to the computer
Users running Windows 98/98SE need to install the USB drive before connecting the camera to your computer for the first time. ( p.9)
Some camera models have a USB setting in the menu. Make sure that PC is selected before connecting. This is not required if your camera [SETUP] tab Arrow pad does not have this setting. Menu button For details on how to operate the menu, refer to your camera's reference manual. Insert the marked end of the provided USB cable into the USB port on your computer as shown below.
Look for this mark.
SEtUP CARD EDIt PLAY
USB port The location of the USB port varies depending on the computer. For details, refer to your computers manual.
After making sure that the camera is turned off, connect the end of the USB cable to the USB connector on the camera. The location of the USB connector or multi connector varies depending on the camera model. Refer to the camera manual for details.
Computer Rectangular terminal USB port Smaller terminal USB cable
USB connector or multi connector
Turn the camera on in (playback) mode. Most cameras with a lens barrier turn on automatically in Step 3, with the exception of some models which require you to press the (monitor) button or button.
button or button
Power switch Mode dial
When the screen shown right appears on the monitor in Step 4, use the arrow pad to select PC and press the OK button.
OK button Lamp
The computer recognizes the camera as a new device. Depending on the camera model, when you connect the camera to the computer, the lamp on the right of the viewfinder or the self-timer lamp may light.
|Product Type||Digital camera - compact|
|Optical Sensor Type||CCD|
|Total Pixels||6,400,000 pixels|
|Effective Sensor Resolution||6,100,000 pixels|
|Optical Sensor Size||1/1.76"|
|Light Sensitivity||ISO 100, ISO 400, ISO 200, ISO 64|
|Digital Zoom||4 x|
|Shooting Modes||Frame movie mode|
|Shooting Programs||Landscape, portrait mode, landscape-portrait, self-portrait, panorama assist, night scene, sports mode|
|Special Effects||Black & White, Sepia|
|Max Shutter Speed||1/1000 sec|
|Min Shutter Speed||8 sec|
|Exposure Metering||Spot, matrix|
|Exposure Modes||Program, automatic, manual, aperture-priority, shutter-priority|
|Exposure Compensation||±2 EV range, in 1/3 EV steps|
|White Balance||Automatic, presets|
|White Balance Presets||Fluorescent, sunlight, tungsten light, overcast|
|Digital Video Format||QuickTime|
|Still Image Format||JPEG, TIFF|
|Continuous Shooting Speed||1.5 frames per second|
|Remote Control||Camera remote control - infrared|
|Video Capture||QuickTime - 320 x 240 - 15 fps - 84 sec - with 32MB card|
|Memory / Storage|
|Flash Memory||32 MB flash - xD-Picture Card|
|Supported Flash Memory||xD-Picture Card|
|Image Storage||TIFF 2816 x 2112 : 1 - with 32MB card Super-fine JPEG 2816 x 2112 : 7 - with 32MB card Fine JPEG 2816 x 2112 : 21 - with 32MB card TIFF 2560 x 1920 : 2 - with 32MB card Hi JPEG 2560 x 1920 : 8 - with 32MB card Normal JPEG 2560 x 1920 : 26 - with 32MB card TIFF 2272 x 1704 : 2 - with 32MB card Hi JPEG 2272 x 1704 : 11 - with 32MB card Normal JPEG 2272 x 1704 : 33 - with 32MB card TIFF 2048 x 1536 : 3 - with 32MB card Hi JPEG 2048 x 1536 : 13 - with 32MB card Normal JPEG 2048 x 1536 : 40 - with 32MB card TIFF 1600 x 1200 : 5 - with 32MB card Hi JPEG 1600 x 1200 : 22 - with 32MB card Normal JPEG 1600 x 1200 : 66 - with 32MB card TIFF 1280 x 960 : 8 - with 32MB card Hi JPEG 1280 x 960 : 35 - with 32MB card Normal JPEG 1280 x 960 : 104 - with 32MB card TIFF 1024 x 768 : 13 - with 32MB card Hi JPEG 1024 x 768 : 55 - with 32MB card Normal JPEG 1024 x 768 : 153 - with 32MB card TIFF 640 x 480 : 34 - with 32MB card Hi JPEG 640 x 480 : 142 - with 32MB card Normal JPEG 640 x 480 : 398 - with 32MB card|
|Camera Flash||Built-in flash|
|Guide Number (m / ISO 100)||8|
|Flash Modes||Fill-in mode, slow synchro, auto mode, flash OFF mode, red-eye reduction|
|Red Eye Reduction||Yes|
|Effective Flash Range||10 ft|
|Features||Flash +/- compensation|
|Type||Zoom lens - 7.8 mm - 23.4 mm - f/2.8-4.8|
|Focal Length||7.8 mm - 23.4 mm|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||38 - 114mm|
|Focus Adjustment||Automatic, manual|
|Auto Focus||TTL contrast and phase detection|
|Min Focus Range||19.7 in|
|Macro Focus Range||1.6 in - 19.7 in|
|Optical Zoom||3 x|
|Zoom Adjustment||Motorized drive|
|Lens Construction||6 group(s) / 7 element(s)|
|Self Timer Delay||12 sec|
|Additional Features||Audio recording, direct print, USB 2.0 compatibility, RGB primary color filter, auto power save, digital noise reduction, date/time stamp, DPOF support, PRINT Image Matching, PictBridge support, histogram display, AE lock, AF lock, resizing an image|
|Viewfinder Type||Optical - real-image zoom|
|Type||LCD display - TFT active matrix - 1.8" - color|
|Display Form Factor||Built-in|
|Display Format||134,000 pixels|
|Type||Microphone - built-in|
|Connector Type||1 x composite video/audio output 1 x USB 1 x DC power input|
|Expansion Slot(s)||1 x xD-Picture Card|
|Software||Drivers & Utilities, Olympus Camedia Master|
|System Requirements for PC Connection|
|Operating System Support||MS Windows XP, MS Windows 2000, MS Windows ME|
|Included Accessories||Wrist strap|
|Cables Included||1 x USB cable 1 x A/V cable|
|Power Device||Battery charger - external|
|Supported Battery Details||1 x Li-ion rechargeable battery ( included )|
|Min Operating Temperature||32 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||104 °F|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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