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|taff32||12:27am on Monday, October 25th, 2010|
|Overall a very excellent digital camera. After my initial bobble, it has been very dependable. Great images. A great value for the price. I paid $499. My Olympus C 2100 just arrived from an Ebay seller who sold it to me for only $135 in mint condition with five 64mb Smartmedia cards and a UV filter. extraordinary it s my first digital camera and really the best it s out to date now but it image quality is quite better than any bridge camera you ...|
|jstn29306||10:05am on Tuesday, August 24th, 2010|
|i love my camera and this is the 3rd one and i take a lot of pictures and print a lot too.|
|Vidar||4:39am on Wednesday, June 30th, 2010|
|Incredible camera I now use an Oly E-500 dSLR. I have more money in filters and toys for my slr than the original C2100 cost me.|
|cooked||1:15am on Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010|
|Shocked But Not Surprized My Olympus C 2100 just arrived from an Ebay seller who sold it to me for only $135 in mint condition with five 64mb Smartmed...|
|nodra||7:08pm on Sunday, March 21st, 2010|
|Incredible camera. Only 2.1 Mp but still excellent pictures. Very, very easy to use. 10x optical zoom with stabilization is great. Image stabilization is one of my favorite features. This is a remarkable camera & I have been very pleased with the quality shots. I bought this camera when it first came out and loved it then, but things move on and I upgraded regularly over the years so eventually 2.|
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DOCUMENT NUMBER 3099
C-2100 ULTRA ZOOM FAQS The Olympus C-2100 Ultra Zoom digital camera is a full-featured 10x optical zoom/2.6x digital zoom, EVF filmless digital camera. The 2.1 megapixel CCD and lens are matched and designed for the best digital photographic performance. Advancing the technology of its predecessors, the C-2100 Ultra Zoom is the first Olympus filmless camera to offer a 10x image stabilized all-glass aspherical zoom lens from 7- 70mm (38-380mm equivalent in 35mm film photography) to remove unwanted user camera shake for a clearer image. For extended range, the 2.6x digital produces a 35mm equivalent telephoto over 980mm to bring the action closer. At f2.8 -3.5, the lens is fast and bright with 1/3 step aperture control to f11 throughout the zoom range to maximize camera control. The C-2100 Ultra Zoom eliminates the need for the photographer to carry heavy attachable telephoto lenses. The C-2100 Ultra Zoom is made for the photographer who wants an all-in one camera with the ease of a point and shoot with flexibility and advanced features, including many automatic and manual controls like exposure, focus, white balance and flash. New advanced features built into the C-2100 Ultra Zoom include fast performance times with the 16mb SD-RAM buffer for a burst mode of 3 frames per second and 1.2 second shot to shot performance for unlimited standard quality images; an electronic viewfinder (EVF) SLR viewfinder design; and iESP TTL or spot autofocus and focusing illuminator to focus from macro to infinity. White Balance is also included in the new iESP multi-pattern full-automatic TTL system with 4 preset manual selections. The metering system features the Digital ESP multi-patterned metering system, center weighted, spot or multi-spot metering of up to 8 spot readings. The popular QuickTime Movie feature provides the ability to film short movies, to post on the internet or view through the camera's LCD. No external microphones are needed as sound is recorded directly from the camera's built-in microphone. The video with sound can also be viewed on any television with the included NTSC A/V cable. The C-2100 Zoom employs SmartMedia storage cards and comes with an 8mb SmartMedia card (it accepts cards of up to 64mb). A built-in USB connection provides the easiest and fastest solution for downloading images. Other choices for downloading include the optional "FlashPath" floppy disk adapter, USB reader, PC Card Adapter for laptops, or by using the SmartMedia card slot in the P-330N printer.
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Last updated on August 13, 2001
The manual exposure mode allows the shutter and aperture to be selected independently giving greater creative control power to the photographer. The fast and flexible automatic exposure modes include Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, Program Auto and the new S-Program mode with Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Night Scene, and Custom setup modes for greater control. Exposure compensation is available in +/- 2 steps EV by 1/3 step increments and Auto Bracketing from 1/3, 2/3 or 1 stop increments for 3 or 5 shots. The C-2100 Ultra Zoom provides 4 resolution levels of recording in TIFF or Low and Normal JPEG compressions for photographic images, for a total of 12 different settings (see attached spec sheet for details). The C-2100 Ultra Zoom includes an 8 mb Olympus brand panorama SmartMedia card, 4 Ni-MH batteries and charger, lens cap, strap, USB cable for Windows and Power Macintosh PCs, NTSC audio/video connection cable for TV or VCR, Olympus Camedia Master Utility Software for downloading images from the camera, Adobe PhotoDeluxe image manipulation and creation software and instruction manuals. The C-2100 Ultra Zoom will be available September 2000 with an expected street price of $999. All software supports Windows 95/98/2000 Pro and NT 4.0 and Power Macintosh computer systems.
C-2100 Ultra Zoom specification sheet: Olympus CAMEDIA C-2100 Ultra Zoom Digital Camera Digital EVF (Electronic Viewfinder) SLR Camera with 4.5cm/1.8inch color TFT LCD monitor Memory: 3V (3.3V) SmartMedia (SSFDC) Card (2M,4M,8M,16M 32M and 64MB) One 8 mb card including Panorama function is supplied with camera Recording system: Still image ; JPEG (DCF: "Design rule for Camera File system"), TIFF (non-compress), DPOF support QuickTime JPEG Motion (160 X 120 or 320 X 240) Number of storable pictures: 1: TIFF 1600 X 1200 2: TIFF 1280 X 960 3: TIFF 1024 X 768 8: TIFF 640 X 480 5: SHQ JPEG 1600 X 1200 Normal Quality JPEG 16: HQ JPEG 1600 X 1200 Normal Quality JPEG 8: SQ 1280 X 960 High Quality JPEG 31: SQ 1280 X 960 Normal Quality JPEG 13: SQ 1024 X 768 High Quality JPEG 38: SQ 1024 X 768 Normal Quality JPEG Model name: Product Type:
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33: SQ 640 X 480 High Quality JPEG 82: SQ 640x480 Normal Quality JPEG 35 sec. 15 fps Motion JPEG 320 X sec. 15 fps Motion JPEG 160 X 120 Image pickup element:1/2 inch CCD solid-state images pickup 2.11 Million Pixel White balance: iESP full-auto TTL, Preset Manual (Daylight, Cloudy, Florescent and Tungsten) Lens: Olympus lens 7-70 mm 2.8-3.5, Glass Aspherical Zoom Lens (Equivalent to 38- 380 mm lens on 35 mm camera) Image Stabilized Filter Size: 49mm (To attach accessory lens an filters) 49 > 55mm Step-up ring needed for thick filters Photometric system: Digital-"ESP" Multi-Pattern metering system, Center-weighted, spot and, multi-spot metering (8 area memorized) Exposure control: Programmed auto exposure, Aperture priority, Shutter priority S-Program mode with Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Night Scene, Custom Setup modes: Manual Exposure +/- 2 steps EV by 1/3 steps EV exposure compensation Auto Bracketing: Selectable from +/- 1/3EV, 2/3 EV and 1EV; 3 or 5 images Aperture priority: Wide ; F2.8 - 11.0, Tele ; 3.8 - 11.0, 1/3EV steps Shutter priority: Still image: 1/2 - 1/750 sec. (used with mechanical shutter), 1/3EV steps Manual exposure: shutter speed 16 sec. -1/750 sec. ISO: Auto, user selectable, 100, 200, 400 equivalent ISO Focusing: iESP TTL or spot system autofocus (contrast detection system) with focusing illuminator aid. Focusing range: 24"/0.6 m- (infinity) Wide/ 78"/2 m- (infinity) Telephoto stepless Macro Focusing 4.3"/0.1m - 24"/0.6m Wide/ 39"/1m- 78"/2m Telephoto. iESP AF is off in rapid shooting mode. Manual focus: 4.3"/0.1 m- (infinity) Wide 39"/1m- (infinity): 240 steps AF Illuminator: Working Range: 2'/0.6m-10'/3m Viewfinder: EVF (Electronic Viewfinder) viewfinder (Full Information/Mode AV,SV/Spot/CW/ESP/+/-/AF/Flash/Buffer).55" Color LCD EVF LCD monitor: 4.5cm/1.8inch wider angle color TFT LCD monitor with 113,500 pixels, brightness adjustment is possible Flash modes: Built-in Flash: Auto-Flash (low-& back-light), Red-Eye Reducing Flash, Off, Fill-in Flash, Slow Syncro, and Slow Syncro with Red-Eye Reducing Flash modes. External terminal: Off, Auto, Forced activation, Slow Synchronization (First-Curtain Synchronization effect, Second-Curtain Synchronization effect)
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5 pin TTL connector for FL-40 or PC sync, (Optional Bracket and cable needed) Flash working range: Wide; approx. 24"/0.6m - 18'/5.6m, telephoto; approximately. 8"/0.2m -9'/2.8m (ISO 100) Charging time for flash: Less than 6 sec. (at normal temperature with new battery) Sequence mode: 1.7 frames per sec. up to 5 SHQ, 16 HQ, or 86 VGA SQ frames 1.2 second shot to shot at all times (unlimited quantity) Selftimer / remote controller: 12 second delay / 2 sec. after optional remote controller operation Setting memorization Possible Outer Connector: DC input terminal, Data input/output USB interface/ RS-232C Serial Video Output terminal (NTSC) external flash terminal for FL-40 (not shoe type) or PC sync with optional cables and bracket. Operating environment: Operation : 32F/0C -104F/40C, 30 - 90 % Humidity Storage: -4F/-20C -140F/ 60C, 10 - 90% Humidity Power Supply: 4 x AA Ni-MH batteries / 2 x Lithium battery LB-01(CR-V3); / 4 x AA Lithium batteries / Optional 7AU-AC adapter only high capacity AA Alkaline battery should be used (Manganese batteries cannot be used.) Date/Time/Calendar: Simultaneous recording onto image data. Automatic calendar system: Up to year 2030 Dimensions: 4.25"/10.8cm (W) x 3.25"/8.25cm (H) x 5.6"/14.23cm (D) (excluding projections)
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DOCUMENT NUMBER 2739 HOW TO DOWNLOAD PICTURES USING AN OLYMPUS USB AUTO CONNECT CAMERA
Introduction USB Auto Connect is a feature that allows an Olympus digital camera to emulate a disk drive when connected to a computer. This feature makes it simple to copy the pictures to your computer by using standard drag-and-drop procedures. There is no need to install drivers (except for Windows 98) since the camera is supported by the operating system. Note: The C211/3000/3030 Zoom and C-2100 Ultra Zoom are not USB Auto Connect cameras. These models use a standard USB driver. These instructions will walk you though step-by-step instructions to connect an Olympus USB camera and download pictures to your computer. For camera software installation procedures, please refer to the Software Installation Guide document included with the camera package.
Installing the USB Driver for Windows 98 NOTE: A USB driver only needs to be installed if the computer is running Windows 98/98 SE. If you have a Camedia Master 4.0 CD-ROM 1) Insert the Camedia Master 4.0 disc into your CD-ROM drive. A selection menu should automatically be displayed. If the menu does not start, go to Start>Run. Type in d:\setup.exe where d: is your CD-ROM drive. 2) Choose USB Driver for Windows 98 from the selection menu. 3) Choose Continue at Install USB Driver for Windows 98. 4) Choose OK to reboot the computer. If you do not have a Camedia Master 4.0 CD-ROM 1) Download the USB Auto-Connect Driver for Windows 98 from http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/AutoConnDriv_Win98SE.exe. 2) Double-click the downloaded file to extract its contents. Type in a folder location of your choice in the Extract to text box. For example: c:\windows\temp. 3) Using Windows Explorer, open the folder you noted in step 2. Double-click on the install.exe file. 4) Choose Continue at Install USB Driver for Windows 98. 5) Choose OK to reboot the computer.
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Preparing to download pictures to your computer 1) Connect the camera to the USB port of the computer using the provided USB cable. Refer to your camera documentation for specific details on your camera model.
2) Turn the camera ON. For an Olympus digital camera that have a front lens barrier, open the cover. For digital cameras models with a mode dial, choose any selection. If you have the E-10 or the E-20N camera turn the mode dial to Setup/Connection mode.
How to transfer pictures with a USB Auto Connect digital camera To discover the drive that represents the Olympus digital camera, follow the outlined procedures below: 1) Turn the camera off and connect the cameras USB download cable. For a Windows-based PC, open My Computer on the desktop; for a Macintosh computer, start on the desktop. 2) Turn the camera on and then carefully watch the computer screen (for detailed instructions, please refer to the cameras users guide). For Windows, a new Removable Disk drive letter should appear (see fig. A below). Make note of the drive letter of this disk. For Mac, an Untitled drive should appear on the desktop (see to fig. B below).
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(Fig. A Windows)
(Fig. B - Macintosh)
3) Double-click on the cameras disk drive icon, then the DCIM folder, and then the 100OLYMP folder. The pictures will be located in this folder. To copy the pictures, start by selecting the desired pictures. To select a single picture, single-click on the desired filename. To select multiple pictures, hold down the <Ctrl> key (or the <Shift> key on a Macintosh) and click on the desired filenames. To select all pictures, go to Edit > Select All. 4) Drag-and-drop the pictures to the desired folder on the computer hard disk or other storage device. Please refer to your operating system or computer users guide for instructions on creating a new folder.
Downloading pictures using the Olympus Camedia Master 4.0 program The Camedia Master 4.0 program that is included with Olympus digital camera models allows you to view, edit, and print your pictures. You can use Camedia Master 4.0 to download pictures from your USB Auto Connect camera by following the diagram and procedure below: 1) Choose From Camera to connect to the digital camera.
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2) If you would like to save images to an existing folder on your hard drive or create a new folder, click on the floppy disk icon for the Media tab in the right window.
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3) Navigate to the folder where you would like to save your pictures to and then single-click to highlight it. If you want to create a new folder, click the location of where to create the new folder and then click the New Folder button. Type in a name for the new folder and then click OK.
4) Find the newly created folder and single-click to highlight it. Choose Get Images to download the images to the folder.
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5) A progress bar will be displayed while the images download to your computer. Click Browse Images Now once the images have copied to view the pictures stored on your computer.
6) Your pictures are now stored on your computer. You can begin to view, edit, or print your images.
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Downloading pictures using the Olympus Camedia Master 2.5 program The Camedia Master 2.5 program that is included with some Olympus digital camera models allows you to view, edit, and print your pictures. To download pictures from your USB Auto Connect camera using Camedia Master 2.5, follow the diagram and procedures below:
1) In the Olympus Camedia Master program, look at the directory tree in the upper left pane. a) For Windows, find the Removable Disk drive letter under My Computer that represents the camera. (the drive letter noted in step 2 of the procedures above). Double-click the [ + ] symbol next to the cameras disk drive icon, and then the DCIM folder. The pictures will be located in the 100OLYMP folder (this folder may be named differently). Click on this folder to display the thumbnails on the right-side window pane. b) For Macintosh, find the Untitled disk icon. Double-click the [ > ] symbol next to the cameras disk drive icon, and then the DCIM folder. The pictures will be located in the 100OLYMP folder (this folder may be named differently). Click on this folder to display the thumbnails on the right-side window pane.
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2) To copy the pictures, start by selecting the desired pictures. To select a single picture, singleclick on the desired thumbnail. To select multiple pictures, hold down the <Ctrl> key (or the <Shift> key on a Macintosh) and click on the desired thumbnails. To select all pictures, go to Edit menu and choose Select All. 3) Drag-and-drop the pictures to the desired folder in the directory tree window on the left. To create a new folder in Windows, right-click on the directory tree in the left pane, then select New Folder. To create a new forlder on a Macintosh, select File > New Folder. NOTE: The following menus/features in Camedia Master 2.5 do not apply to USB Auto Connect cameras. These features were designed to for serial or standard USB connected cameras that do not use an emulated disk drive. Standard USB cameras include the C-3000/3030 Zoom, C-2100 Ultra Zoom and the C-211 Zoom Digital Printing Camera. My Camera All functions located under the Camera menu
Disconnecting the camera from the computer After the pictures have been completely downloaded to your computer, disconnect the camera from your computer by following the procedures below: For Windows ME/2000/XP 1. Verify that media card access indicator is not blinking. Some camera models have either a lamp on the right of the viewfinder or a card access lamp. The location varies depending on the model. Refer to examples shown below.
2. Single-click the Unplug or Eject Hardware icon on the task bar. The message saying that the drive has been stopped appears. 3. Click on the message. The Unplug or Eject Hardware window appears. 4. When a confirmation message appears, click OK.
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5. Remove the USB cable from the camera. You may also remove the USB cable from your computer, but this is not usually necessary.
For Macintosh 1) Verify that media card access indicator is not blinking. Some camera models have either a lamp on the right of the viewfinder or a card access lamp. The location varies depending on the model. Refer to examples shown below.
2) Drag the untitled icon on the desktop to Trash.
3) Remove the USB cable from the camera. You may also remove the USB cable from your computer, but this is not usually necessary.
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