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User reviews and opinions
|fmw||7:19am on Thursday, October 28th, 2010|
|From the specs this looked a good camera, 5 x optical zoom, easy menu system, dual memory format and well constructed body.|
|Goffer||12:09am on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010|
|For the price, it is a good little camera. I love the size. It will fit in a shirt pocket. Comes will some great software to download. I took this cam a year ago i found this to be very good. Super Macro, Macro, Ease, Size, Lens, Picture Quality, no viewfinder. Olympus D-535 is a great little digital pocket camera that takes beautiful pictures. The Olympus D-535 is a very nice camera.|
|Shaverssa||4:30am on Wednesday, October 13th, 2010|
|How it works, than the Olympus FE-370 is the way to go. In conclusion. Olympus FE - 37 has ultra-thin fashionable metal fuselage, measurements for 94.7 (5.67 x 25.3 mm, weighed about 128g.|
|jerome||11:21am on Monday, August 30th, 2010|
|All in all I am very happy with the purchase, and my wife was very happy with the gift. For the money I paid Im happy. I am really enjoying the new camera. It is very small, yet tough, and easy to take anywhere. The battery also seems to last a long time.|
|Kirbarosiretort||3:45am on Thursday, July 8th, 2010|
|Like I said above this is a great starter! But, you definitely need some rechargeable batteries! Now the software.|
|Kutuzof||7:42am on Monday, April 26th, 2010|
|Features are basic, but what you would expect in this price range. Batteries do not last in this camera. Price low light capability For basic user. Holds many photos/videos.Has a screen on the back. Not for large hands. Battery hog. Not good for a travel trip.|
|merovech||3:55am on Thursday, April 8th, 2010|
|Its a great product for the price. No complaints here! It made my friend happy. She was very excited when she saw it was pink.|
|hbrody||3:19am on Wednesday, March 31st, 2010|
|Olympus FE-370 has 8,000,000 picture elements and 5 time of optics zoom lens, and embarks optics against to shake the function.|
|bodo||9:49am on Monday, March 22nd, 2010|
|Overall, a good camera. Being an Olymopus fan, the menu has a small learning curve, as they are all very similiar as far as that goes. I bought this for my wife just over a year ago as a P&S handbag camera. It does everything expected of it.|
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Items Indications ,
Ref. Page P.12 P.39
1 Battery check 2 Green lamp 3 Flash standby Camera movement warning/ Flash charge 4 Shooting mode 5 Macro mode 6 Flash mode 7 Self-timer 8 Exposure compensation 9 Record mode 10 Resolution 11 AF target mark 12 Current memory * 13 Number of storable still pictures Remaining recording time
(Lit) (Blinks) , , , , , , , ,
P.36 P.53 P.49 P.55
-2.0 +2.0 SHQ, HQ, SQ1, SQ2 20481536, 16001200, 640480, etc. [ ] [IN], [xD] 5 00:36
P.60 P.57 P.57 P.39 P.19 P.39 P.45
* The [IN] indicator is displayed when you are storing pictures in the cameras internal memory. The [xD] indicator is displayed when the card is inserted.
Items 1 Battery check 2 Current memory * 3 Print reservation, Number of prints 4 File number 5 Protect 6 Record mode 7 Resolution 8 Exposure compensation 9 Date and time SHQ, HQ, SQ1, SQ2 , [IN], [xD]
Indications Ref. Page P.12 P.19 P.84 P.84 P.73 P.57 P.57 P.60 P.28 P.71 P.71
20481536, 16001200, 640480, etc. -2.0 +2.0 04.10.10 12:30
10 Number of frames 18 Elapsed time/Total recording time (movie) 00:00/00:Movie
After the camera is left idle for 3 seconds, indications such as the number of frames, date and time disappear automatically. The indications that appear on a movie picture that has been selected and displayed from the index display are different from those that appear when the movie picture is displayed using the movie playback function.
If the remaining battery power is low, the battery check indication on the monitor changes as follows while the camera is turned on.
Lit (Green) (The indicator turns off after a while) Remaining power level: high. Blinks (Red) The green lamp and the orange lamp on the camera blink. Remaining power level: exhausted. Replace with new batteries.
Remaining power level: low. Prepare new batteries.
How to use this manual
Provides the operation procedures. Follow the steps in the order as indicated.
The buttons for functions and their location are clearly illustrated. and indicate which button to press on the arrow pad. (The up or down buttons are used in this example.) This sample page is only for your reference. It may differ from the actual page in this manual. Indications used in this manual Important information on factors which may lead to malfunctions or operational problems. Also warns of operations that should be absolutely avoided. Useful information and hints that will help you get the most out of your camera. Reference pages describing details or associated information.
Attaching the strap
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.
About the menus
Menu button ( ) OK button ( Arrow pad ( ) )
About the menu screen
Indicates 1st page of 2 pages.
Indicates there is an additional page to follow.
Press to exit the menu and return to the shooting status.
Press to select an item, and press or.
Press to select a setting. Press or to complete the setting. Press to exit the menu and return to the shooting status.
The selected item is displayed in yellow. Note
To return to select an item, press or.
Not all items can be selected depending on the status of the camera and the settings performed. Settings you have made in the menu screen are saved after the camera is turned off. [ ] can be set to the default setting. "RESET-Resetting the settings to the default" (P.76)
The menu items to be displayed differ depending on whether the camera is in the shooting mode or the playback mode.
Sets the image quality and resolution. Still picture : [SHQ], [HQ], [SQ1], [SQ2] Movie : [HQ], [SQ] Copies images stored in the internal memory to the card. This setting is not available when the card is not inserted. Sets the date and time. Selects a language for on-screen display. Sets the time period that the camera automatically enters to the sleep mode. Selects [NTSC] or [PAL] according to your TVs video signal type. TV video signal types differ depending on the region. Formats the internal memory or the card. Checks the CCD and image processing functions for errors. P.57
P.80 P.28 P.26 P.81
VIDEO OUT MEMORY FORMAT ( CARD FORMAT) PIXEL MAPPING
MEMORY SETUP (CARD SETUP)
Runs through all saved pictures one after another. Select a single slide show with [ ] or, [ ] for a continuous slide show. Copies images stored in the internal memory to the card. This setting is not available when the card is not inserted. Stores print reservation information on the card. This setting is not available when the card is not inserted. Protects pictures from accidental erasure. Rotates pictures [ ] (clockwise) or [ ] (counterclockwise). Erases all images/data stored in the internal memory or on the card. Sets the date and time. Selects a language for on-screen display.
P.84 P.73 P.65 P.75, 78 P.28 P.26
Sets the time period that the camera automatically enters to the sleep mode. Selects [NTSC] or [PAL] according to your TVs video signal type. TV video signal types differ depending on the region. Selects the number of frames in the index display.
A menu item common to the shooting and playback modes can be set in either of the modes, and the setting is effective in both modes.
Holding the camera Hold the camera firmly with both hands while keeping your elbows at your sides to prevent the camera from moving.
Green lamp Shooting mode (P.36) Flash standby/ Flash charge (P.50)
Number of storable still pictures (P.57) AF target mark
Keep your fingers and the strap away from the lens and flash.
Press the shutter button gently (halfway) to adjust the focus.
When the focus and exposure are locked, the green lamp on the monitor lights steadily (Focus Lock). When the flash is ready to fire, the mark lights.
Press the shutter button all the way (fully).
The camera takes the picture. The orange lamp blinks while the picture is being stored in the internal memory or on the card. The next shot is available when the orange lamp stops blinking. TIPS
Correct focus cannot be obtained on the subject you want to shoot. "If correct focus cannot be obtained" (P.42)
The distance to the subject is too close. Take the picture at least 50 cm/
The green lamp on the monitor blinks.
1.6 ft. away from the subject for wide-angle shooting. (For telephoto: 90 cm/3.0 ft.) If you use the super macro mode, you can take pictures as close as 2 cm/0.8". from the subject. "Macro mode shooting" (P.53) Depending on the subject, the focus may not be locked. "If correct focus cannot be obtained" (P.42)
The flash is charging. Wait until the lamp goes off.
The monitor turns off automatically.
mark blinks when pressing the shutter button halfway.
If the camera is not used for over 30 seconds, it enters to the sleep
mode, and the monitor turns off automatically. Press the shutter button or the to turn the monitor on. "SLEEP - Setting the time period to switch to the sleep mode" (P.81)
Bright light, such as direct sunlight, may cause vertical lines to appear
The monitor is hard to see.
on the monitor screen. (Note that this does not affect recorded pictures.)
Press the shutter button gently using the ball of your finger. If it is pressed hard, the camera may move, resulting in a blur. Never remove the batteries or disconnect the AC adapter while the orange lamp is blinking. Do not open the battery compartment/card cover. Doing so could destroy stored pictures and prevent storage of pictures you have just taken. When taking pictures against strong backlight, the area of the picture in shadow may appear colored.
If correct focus cannot be obtained
When the subject to be focused is not on the AF target mark (not positioned in the center of the composition), you can use the following steps to obtain the correct focus on the subject. This operation is referred to as "focus lock".
Determine the position of the subject after focusing (Focus Lock)
Turn the mode dial and select a shooting mode.
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, reposition your subject and press the shutter button halfway again.
Keeping the shutter button pressed halfway, recompose your shot.
Press the shutter button fully.
Subjects that are difficult to focus on
Under certain types of conditions, the auto focus may not work properly. If this happens, focus on an object with high contrast at the same distance as the intended subject (focus lock), recompose your shot and then take the picture. If the subject has no vertical lines, hold the camera vertically and focus the camera using the focus lock function by pressing the shutter button halfway, and return the camera to the horizontal position while keeping the button pressed halfway and take the picture.
The green lamp blinks. The subject cannot be brought into focus.
Subject with low contrast Subject with an extremely bright area in the center of the frame Subject without vertical lines
The green lamp lights, but the subject cannot be brought into focus.
Subjects at different distances Fast-moving subject The subject to be focused on is not in the center of the frame.
You can record movies with this camera. You can playback the recorded movies with this camera. Sound can not be recorded. The focus and zoom are locked. If the distance to the subject changes, focus may be compromised.
Power switch Shutter button
Turn the mode dial to
Varying the image brightness (Exposure compensation)
This function allows you to make fine changes to the automatic exposure 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 in the range of 2.0 in 1/3EV steps. When the setting is changed, you can check the result on the monitor.
The setting screen for the exposure compensation is displayed.
Exposure compensation button ( )
Press to select the exposure compensation value, and press.
Select a [ + ] value to brighten the image or a [ ] value to darken the image. If not used for about 3 seconds, the camera applies the current settings, and the setting screen disappears.
Often bright subjects (such as snow) will turn out darker than their natural colors. Adjusting toward [+] makes these subjects closer to their real shades. For the same reason, adjust toward  when shooting dark subjects.
If the flash is used, the image brightness (exposure) may differ from the intended brightness. Exposure compensation cannot correct the image if the surroundings of the subject are extremely bright or dark.
Viewing still pictures
When the card is inserted, the images stored on the card are displayed. To display the images stored in the internal memory, remove the card.
Press the power switch to turn the camera on, and press.
Playback mode is set. The green lamp on the camera lights.
The monitor turns on and displays the last picture taken (single-frame playback). Pressing or the shutter button switches to the shooting mode.
Single-frame playback display
Use the arrow pad to playback other pictures.
Jumps to the picture 10 frames back.
Displays the previous picture.
Displays the next picture.
Jumps to the picture 10 frames ahead.
The monitor and camera turn off. The green lamp on the camera goes out.
To save battery power, the camera automatically enters to the sleep mode and stops operating if not used for 30 seconds. The monitor switches off automatically. Press to turn the monitor on.You can select the length of time after which the camera automatically enters to the sleep mode. "SLEEP - Setting the time period to switch to the sleep mode" (P.81)
Pictures displayed on the monitor can be enlarged in steps up to 4 times the original size.
Playback button ( ) Power switch Zoom button
Use the arrow pad to select the still picture you want to enlarge.
You cannot enlarge pictures with. In the index display, press the zoom button toward T ( ) to display the selected picture in full-screen mode (single-frame playback).
Press the zoom button toward T (
The magnification increases each time the zoom button is pressed toward T ( ). To return the picture to the original size (1x), press the zoom button toward W ( ). By using the arrow pad while the enlarged picture is displayed, you can shift the picture in the desired direction, enabling you to view a different portion.
Pictures cannot be stored in an enlarged state.
Pictures taken with the camera held vertically are displayed horizontally. This function lets you turn such pictures 90 degrees clockwise or counterclockwise so that they are displayed vertically.
In the playback mode, select [ from the menu, and press.
to select an image to ] or [ ],
Menu button ( OK button Arrow pad )
Press to select [ and press.
The picture is rotated, and displayed vertically.
Picture when taken
to select [EXIT], and press
The following pictures cannot be rotated. Movies, protected pictures, pictures that have been edited on a PC and pictures taken with another camera. New picture orientations are saved even when the power is turned off.
This function lets you show several pictures at the same time on the monitor. You can select 4 or 9 frames to be displayed in the index. "Selecting the number of pictures" (P.67)
Press the zoom button toward W ( ) to switch to the index display.
Use the arrow pad to select the picture. : Moves to the next frame. : Moves to the previous frame. : Moves to the frame above. : Moves to the frame below. To return to the single-frame playback, press the zoom button toward T ( ) or
Selecting the number of pictures
Select 4 or 9 frames to be displayed in the index.
to select  or , and.
This function displays still pictures stored in the internal memory or the card one after another. Only the first frame of movies are played back.
Playback button ( ) Power switch
Select a still picture. Select [ ] from the menu, and press.
OK button Arrow pad )
Press to select [ [ ], and press.
The slide show starts. : Displays the stored images one after another for one cycle. : Displays the stored images one after another for unlimited cycles. CANCEL : Returns to the playback menu. Press to exit the slide show. TIPS
You are recommended to use the optional AC adapter when running a slideshow for a long period of time. If batteries are used, the camera stops the slide show 30 minutes later and turns off automatically.
Playback on TV
Use the video cable provided with the camera to playback recorded images on your TV. Both a still picture and a movie can be played back.
Make sure that the TV and camera are turned off. Connect the VIDEO OUT jack on the camera to the video input terminal on the TV using the video cable.
Video cable Connect to the TVs video input (yellow) terminal. 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.
Press the power switch to turn the camera on, and press
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. TIPS
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 - Setting the output signal type" (P.83) The cameras monitor turns off automatically when the video cable is connected to the camera. Be sure to use the video cable provided to connect the camera to the TV. The picture may appear off-center on the TV screen.
Use the arrow pad to display the picture with.
BACKUP - Copying pictures to a card
You can copy (backup) all the image data stored in the internal memory to the card. The image data in the internal memory is not erased by copying it to the card. The optional card is required to use the BACKUP function. Operate the camera with the card is inserted.
Select [BACKUP] from the menu, and press.
"How to use the menus" (P.31) This function can be set either in the shooting mode or the playback mode.
All image data stored in the internal memory is copied to the card. Press to exit the menu.
When the card has insufficient memory, CARD FULL is displayed and copying is canceled. When the mark is blinking, pictures cannot be backed up because of insufficient battery power. If the battery power runs out during copying, the image data may be lost or damaged. You are recommended to use the AC adapter. Never open the battery compartment/card cover, remove the batteries, or connect or disconnect the AC adapter during copying as this may cause malfunction of the internal memory or the card.
SLEEP - Setting the time period to switch to the sleep mode
The camera automatically switches to the sleep mode and stops operating if not used for the specified time period. You can specify the time period to switch to the sleep mode.
Select [SLEEP] from the menu, and press.
Press to select [30sec], [1min], [3min] or [10min] and press.
Press to exit the menu.
PIXEL MAPPING - Checking the image processing functions
The Pixel Mapping feature allows the camera to check and adjust the CCD and image processing functions. It is not necessary to operate this function frequently. Approximately once a year is recommended. Wait over a minute after the monitor is used or continuous shots are taken to allow for proper performance of the Pixel Mapping function.
In the shooting mode, select [PIXEL MAPPING] from the menu, and press.
to select [START], and.
The BUSY bar is displayed during Pixel Mapping. When Pixel Mapping is finished, the screen returns to the menu. Press to exit the menu.
If you accidentally turn the camera off during Pixel Mapping, start again from step 1.
VIDEO OUT - Setting the output signal type
You can select NTSC or PAL according to your TVs video signal type. Select the video signal type before connecting the camera to the TV. If you select the wrong video signal type, the recorded pictures will not be played back properly on your TV.
Select [VIDEO OUT] from the menu, and press.
Press to select [NTSC] or [PAL], and press.
TV video signal types & main region Check the video signal type before connecting the camera to your TV. NTSC : Japan, Taiwan, Korea, North America PAL : European countries, China
With print reservation
Print reservation allows you to save printing data (the number of prints and the date/time information) with the pictures stored on the card. Only the images stored on the card can be reserved to print. Insert the card recording the images into the camera before making print reservation. With print reservation, you can print out pictures easily either at home using a personal DPOF-compatible printer or at a print shop that supports DPOF. DPOF is a standard format used to record automatic print information from digital cameras. You can print out pictures automatically, at home or in a print shop, by storing such data as which pictures you wish to print and the number of prints on a card. Pictures taken with print reservation can be printed using the following procedures. Printing using a DPOF-compatible print shop You can print the pictures using the print reservation data. Printing using a DPOF-compatible printer Printing is possible directly from a card containing print reservation data without using a PC. For more details, refer to the printers instruction manual. A PC card adapter may also be necessary.
Print setting (DPOF)
Picture size and printing The resolution of a computer/printer is generally based on the number of dots (pixels) per inch. This is called dpi (dots per inch). The higher the dpi value, the better the printed results. Keep in mind, however, that the dpi of the picture does not change. This means that when you print an image with a higher resolution, the size of the printed picture will be smaller. Although you can print magnified images, picture quality will decrease. If you want to print large, high-quality pictures, set the record mode as high as possible when taking the pictures. "Selecting a record mode" (P.57) DPOF reservations set by another device cannot be changed by this camera. Make changes using the original device. If a card contains DPOF reservations set by another device, entering reservations using this camera may overwrite the previous reservations. The allowable number of pictures for DPOF reservation is 999 frames per card. Print reservation may not be available if there is insufficient card memory. In this case, the CARD FULL message is displayed. Not all functions may be available on all printers or at all print shops. Print reservation may take considerable time when saving printing data to a card.
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 without the use of a computer. With the camera connected to the printer, use the cameras monitor to select the pictures you want to print, and the number of prints you want to make. It is also possible to print out pictures using the print reservation data. "Print setting (DPOF)" (P.84) To find out if your printer is compatible with PictBridge, refer to the printers instruction manual. What is PictBridge? It is the standard for connecting digital cameras and printers of different makers and printing out pictures directly. STANDARD All printers that support PictBridge have standard print settings. Selecting [STANDARD] on the settings screens ( P.94 to 99), images are printed according to the default settings. See the instruction manual for your printer for its standard settings or inquire with the printer manufacturers. TIPS
For details of printing paper types, ink cassettes, etc., refer to the printers instruction manual.
You are recommended to use the optional AC adapter for the camera when printing pictures directly. If you are using batteries, make sure that there is sufficient remaining battery power. If the camera stops operating while communicating with the printer, the printer may malfunction or image data may be lost. Images recorded in movies cannot be printed. The camera will not enter the sleep mode when connected to the USB cable.
Direct printing (PictBridge)
Connecting the camera to a printer
Use the USB cable provided with the camera to connect the camera to a PictBridge-compatible printer.
Turn the printer on and plug the printer end of the USB cable into the printers USB port.
For details of how to turn the printer on and the position of the USB port, refer to the printers instruction manual.
Plug the other end of the USB cable into the cameras USB connector.
The camera turns on automatically. The monitor turns on and the selection screen for the USB connection is displayed.
Downloading and saving images
You can save camera images on your computer.
Click [Transfer Images] on the OLYMPUS Master main menu.
The menu for selecting the source is displayed.
The window for selecting images is displayed. All the images in the camera are displayed.
Select the image files and click [Transfer Images].
A confirmation dialog is displayed.
Click [Browse images now].
The downloaded images are displayed in the browse window. To return to the main menu, click [MENU] in the "Browse Images" window.
When pictures are being downloaded to the PC, the orange lamp on the camera blinks. Never remove the batteries or disconnect the AC adapter while the orange lamp is blinking. Do not open the battery compartment/ card cover. The file may be destroyed.
To disconnect the camera
You can disconnect the camera after downloading the images to your computer.
Make sure that the orange lamp on the camera is off.
Prepare to disconnect the cable. For Windows 98SE
1 Double-click the [My Computer] icon and right-click the [Removable Disk] icon to display the menu. 2 Click [Eject] on the menu.
For Windows Me/2000/XP
1 Click the Eject Hardware icon in the system tray. 2 Click the displayed message. 3 When a message is displayed saying that the hardware can be ejected safely, click [OK].
1 Drag the [Untitled] or [NO_NAME] icon on the desktop and drop it to the trash icon.
Disconnect the USB cable from the camera.
For Windows Me/2000/XP:
When you click Eject Hardware, a warning message may be displayed. Make sure that image data is not being downloaded from the camera and that all applications are closed. Click the Eject Hardware icon again and disconnect the cable.
Viewing still pictures and movies
Click [Browse Images] on the OLYMPUS Master main menu.
The "Browse Images" window is displayed.
Double-click the still picture thumbnail that you want to view.
The camera switches to the view mode and the picture is enlarged. To return to the main menu, click [MENU] in the "Browse Images" window.
To view a movie
Double-click the movie thumbnail that you want to see in the "Browse Images" window.
The camera switches to view mode and the first frame of the movie is displayed.
To play back the movie, click playback button ( bottom of the screen.
) at the
The names and functions of the controller parts are shown below.
1 Item 1 Playback slider 2 Time display Playback 3 (Pause) button 4 Back button 5 Forward button
2 Description Move the slider to select a frame.
P.74, 75, 78 P.15
Refer to the "Error codes".
The picture is out of focus. Move further away from the subject. To take pictures closer than 20 cm (7.9") with the zoom in the maximum WIDE position, use the super macro mode. Obtain the correct focus with the focus lock operation. Turn the camera off and wait until it dries before turning it on again. P.53
P.49 P.45, 53
Possible cause The camera is in the sleep mode. The monitor is exposed to direct sunlight. Vertical lines appear on the monitor screen.
Corrective action Operate the camera with the shutter button or the. Block the sunlight with your hand.
Ref. Page P.24
The monitor does not turn on.
The monitor is hard to see.
Bright light, such as direct sunlight, may cause vertical lines to appear on the monitor screen. This is not a malfunction. Set the date/time. The clock adjustment is not factory-preset. If the camera is left for about 1 day with the batteries removed, the date and time setting will revert to the factory default setting. Set the date/ time again. The battery performance decreases in cold areas. Protect the camera from the cold by using a cold protection gear, or by putting it inside your clothes. Batteries can run out without a warning message when the amount of power consumed increases considerably. Replace with new batteries.
The date recorded with the image data is wrong. The date/time is not set. The camera has been left with the batteries removed. P.28 P.28
The life of the batteries is short. The camera is being used in a cold area.
The correct battery level is not displayed.
Playback of recorded images
Possible cause The power is off. Corrective action Press the power switch to turn the camera on, and press the to switch to the playback mode. Press the to switch to the playback mode. Ref. Page P.24, 62 Pictures you have taken do not appear on the monitor.
The camera is in the shooting mode. There are no pictures in the internal memory or on the card. There is a problem with the card. The camera is connected to a TV. The pictures are protected.
NO PICTURE appears on the monitor. Record pictures. Refer to the "Error codes". The monitor does not function when the video cable is connected to the camera. Display the image with the mark and select [OFF] from the [ ] in the menu to release the protection. Set the video output signal according to the region where used. Set the TV to the video input mode.
Single-frame erase and all-frame erase cannot be performed. P.73
No picture is displayed on the TV when connected to the camera. The video output signal is incorrect. The TV video signal setting is incorrect. The picture is out of focus. The camera moved when the shutter button was pressed. Hold the camera correctly and press the shutter button gently. Camera movement occurs easily with slower shutter speeds. When you take a picture with the flash off mode in a night scene or a dark situation, use a tripod, or hold the camera firmly. Clean the lens. Use a commercially available blower blush and then wipe with a Lens cleaner to remove dust. Mold may form on the lens surface if the lens is left dirty. Determine the position of the subject after focusing the camera on an object about the same distance away as the subject. P.39 P.49 P.83 P.69
Television formats. NTSC is mainly used in Japan, North America and Korea. PAL is mainly used in Europe and China.
It is the standard for connecting digital cameras and printers of different makers and printing out pictures directly.
A pixel is the smallest unit (dot) used to make up an image. Clear large-sized printed images require millions of pixels.
The size of the picture expressed as the number of dots (pixels) that make up the image. For instance, a picture taken in 640 x 480 resolution is the same size as the PC screen when the monitor setting is 640 x 480. However, if the monitor setting is 1024 x 768, the picture only takes up part of the screen.
To get out of the sleep mode, press the shutter button, shooting button ( or playback button ( ). ),
TFT (Thin-Film Transistor) Color Monitor
A color monitor constructed using thin-film transistor technology.
A AC adapter. 17 AF target mark. 39,42 Alkaline batteries. 17 All-frame erase. 75 All-frame reservation. 86 Arrow pad. 9,31,62 Auto focus. 44 Auto-flash. 51 B BACKUP. 80 Batteries. 15 Battery compartment/card cover. 8,15,21 C Camera movement warning. 50 Card. 19,20 CARD FORMAT. 78 CARD SETUP. 75,78 CCD. 139 Close-up playback. 64 Connector cover. 8,17,69,92,112 Current memory. 19 D DCF. 139 DC-IN jack. 8,17 Digital zoom. 47 Direct printing. 91 DPOF. 84,139 E Elapsed time/Total recording time. 71 Erase button ( ). 9,74 Erasing pictures.74 Exposure. 40,139 Exposure compensation.60 Exposure compensation button ( ).9,60 F File number.11 Fill-in flash.51 Flash. 8,49 Flash charge.39 Flash mode.49 Flash mode button ( ). 9,49 Flash off.52 Flash standby.39 Focus Lock.42 G Green lamp (on the camera).9,12,25,62,92 Green lamp (on the monitor).39 H HQ.57 I Index display. 66,67 Internal memory. 19,57 J JPEG.139 L Landscape.37 Language.26 Lens.8 Lock button.8,15,21
M Macro mode. 53 Macro mode button ( ). 9,54 Macro shooting. 53 MEMORY FORMAT. 78 MEMORY SETUP. 75,78 Menu button ( ). 9,31 Menus. 31,33 Mode dial. 9,36 Monitor. 9,10 Movie. 38,45 Movie play. 71 N Night scene. 37 NiMH batteries. 15,17 NTSC. 83,139 Number of storable still pictures. 39,57 O OK button ( ). 9,31 OLYMPUS Master. 105 Optical zoom. 47 Orange lamp. 9,12,24,39,40 P PAL. 83,139 PictBridge. 91,139 Picture rotation. 65 PIXEL MAPPING. 82 Pixels. 139 Playback button ( ). 9,25,62 Playback mode. 25,62 Playback on TV. 69 Portrait. 36 Power switch. 8,24,39,62 Pressing fully. 40 Pressing halfway. 40
Print reservation.84 PROGRAM AUTO.36 Protect.73 R Rechargeable batteries.17 Record mode.57 Red-eye reduction flash.51 Remaining battery power.12 Remaining recording time. 45,57 RESET.76 Reset button (RESET). 9,76 Resetting print reservation data.90 Resolution. 57,140 S Self portrait.38 Self-timer.55 Self-timer button ( ). 9,55 Self-timer lamp. 8,56 Setting the date and time.28 Shooting button ( ).9,25,62 Shooting mode. 25,36 SHQ.57 Shutter button.8,39,40 Single-frame erase.74 Single-frame playback.62 Single-frame reservation.88 SLEEP.81 Sleep mode.24,81,140 Slideshow.68 SQ.57 Strap.14 Strap eyelet. 9,14 Super macro shooting.53
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