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|victor_cl||3:14am on Saturday, September 4th, 2010|
|Being an avid photographer it took me a long time to plunge from 35mm to digital, and longer again to go from SLR to compact...|
|aobrien||6:20am on Saturday, July 24th, 2010|
|Not good value for money The camera has some focussing problems. It is not good for all conditions so I wont recommend it for anyone.|
|p_arulraj||12:31am on Thursday, July 1st, 2010|
|When it works this Olympus C-70Z digital camera produces very fine images. This Olympus C-70Z is a great digital camera with bags of features.|
|jimbob||1:24pm on Monday, June 21st, 2010|
|The Olympus C-70Z is my first digital camera and its like a gadget from star trek. The ability to change speed. This Olympus C-70Z digital camera is a very good camera at a very good price.|
|commanda||3:09pm on Saturday, April 3rd, 2010|
|I bought this camera thinking Olympus was good quality. We traveled to Egypt and the camera lost 400+ photos.|
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Basic Manual Advanced Manual This manual helps you get used to the camera. It gives you easy-tofollow explanations on how to take pictures and view them. This manual introduces you to the cameras many functions after you have mastered the basics. It will help you to use the cameras capabilities to take much more creative pictures, with more fun!
Composition of the manual
A quick guide to the cameras capabilities. How to use the camera Table of Contents P.2 P.6 P.11
Read this part before using the camera.
Tips before you start taking pictures
Basic shooting functions
Explanation of techniques from basics to advanced, giving you an understanding of all the functions related to taking pictures.
Advanced shooting functions More useful functions
To view, edit and sort the pictures you have taken. Settings to make your camera easier to use. To print the pictures you have taken. To enjoy the pictures you have taken on a computer. To use OLYMPUS Master. Troubleshooting For when you want to know the names of parts, see a list of menus, or find what you are looking for.
Connecting the camera to P.139 a computer
The title page of each chapter gives a short description of the contents. Be sure to check it out.
Table of Contents
How to use this manual... 4 Composition of the manual... 5
1 Basic operation - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11
Mode dial... 12 Direct buttons... 13 Using the direct buttons in shooting mode.. 13 Using the direct buttons in playback mode.. 15 Menus.... 17 About the menus... 17 How to use the menus... 19
2 Tips before you start taking pictures - - - - - - 21
Holding the camera... 22 Turning the monitor on/off... 23 If correct focus cannot be obtained... 24 How to focus (focus lock).. 24 Subjects that are difficult to focus on.. 25 Record mode.... 26 Still picture record modes.. 26 Movie record modes... 27 Card capacity in number of pictures/recording time.. 28 To change the record mode... 30
3 Basic shooting functions- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 31
Selecting a shooting mode according to the situation.. 32 Zooming in on a distant subject... 34 Using the optical zoom... 34 Using the digital zoom... 35 Taking close-up pictures (macro/super macro mode).. 36 Flash shooting... 37 Flash intensity control... 41 Slow synchronization.. 41
Top menu [MODE MENU] [CAMERA] [FULLTIME AF] [ON] / [OFF] gMenus (P.17)
Battery consumption increases when Fulltime AF is used. Fulltime AF cannot be used when [R] is set to [ON] in n mode.
You can select the area you want to focus on by changing the position of the AF target mark.
AE/AF AE:ESP ESP MULTI METERING SELECT AF:AREA
Select [AREA] for the AF mode and press e.
SPOT AREA GO OK
Use the arrow pad to move the AF target mark to the area you want to focus on. Take the picture.
Press the e button again to exit AF target mark selection mode.
AF area is not available when the [DIGITAL ZOOM] is set to [ON]. The location of the AF target mark cannot be saved.
To change the aperture value, shutter speed or exposure while moving the AF target mark Holding down the e button for more than 1 second lets you change the aperture value, shutter speed and exposure with the arrow pad while moving the AF target mark. To return to the screen for selecting the AF area, press the e button again.
This function enables you to focus on dark subjects with the auto focus. ON (factory default setting) When you press the shutter button halfway, the AF illuminator lights automatically to illuminate the subject. The AF illuminator does OFF not light.
Top menu [OFF] [MODE MENU] [SETUP] [AF ILLUMINATOR] [ON] / gMenus (P.17)
When taking close-ups at less than 80 cm (2.6 ft.), the AF illuminator lights but the subject may not be in focus.
This feature is for locking the focus easily. Register the AF lock function to the x button. gCustom button (P.119)
Position the AF target mark on the subject you want to focus on and press the x button.
The focus is locked and the AF lock mark is displayed. To reset AF lock, press the x button again to cancel AF lock. Each time you press the x button, AF lock is alternately engaged and canceled.
When the x button is pressed
1/1000 F2.8 AF LOCK 0.0
When focus is locked
AF lock mark
How to save the locked focus after shooting (AF memory) Hold down the x button for more than 1 second. The AF memory mark appears. When the mark appears, the locked focus is memorized. To cancel AF memory, press the x button again.
AF memory mark
1/1000 F2.8 AF MEMORY 0.0
30 HQ AF lock was canceled. Do not operate any of the buttons or the mode dial after performing AF lock. Doing so will cancel AF lock. The camera was reactivated from sleep mode or the power was turned off.
This function lets you take pictures using the self-timer. Fix the camera securely on a tripod for self-timer shooting. This function is useful for taking pictures when you want to be included in the photograph.
Select [Y] by repeatedly pressing the Z button.
gDirect buttons (P.13) If no operation is performed for about 3 seconds, the self-timer mode is set and the mode selection screen is automatically exited.
Function shooting (black & white/sepia)
Pressing the shutter button halfway locks the focus and exposure. The self-timer/remote control lamp lights for approximately 12 seconds, then starts blinking. After blinking for approximately 2 seconds, the picture is taken. To stop shooting while in n mode, press Self-timer/ the shutter button fully again. Remote control lamp To cancel the self-timer, press the Z button. The self-timer mode is automatically canceled after one shot.
If sequential shooting is attempted in self-timer mode, the camera shoots 5 frames at most regardless of the setting.
This feature lets you add a special black & white or sepia effect to your pictures.
Top menu [MODE MENU] WHITE] / [SEPIA] / [OFF] [CAMERA] [FUNCTION] [BLACK & gMenus (P.17)
White balance, white balance compensation and saturation cannot be used during function shooting.
You can take advantage of panorama shooting with Olympus cards (xDPicture Card). Panorama shooting lets you connect pictures with overlapping edges into a single panoramic picture, using the OLYMPUS Master software.
The part of the previous picture where it will be joined to the next picture does not remain in the frame on the edge of the screen. You have to remember what the part in the frame looked like and take the next picture so it overlaps. Compose your shots so that the right edge of the previous picture overlaps with the left edge of the next picture if you are connecting pictures from left to right (or vice versa if you are connecting pictures from right to left).
Top menu [MODE MENU] [CAMERA] [PANORAMA] gMenus (P.17)
Use the arrow pad to choose at which edge you want to connect the pictures.
d b : The next picture is connected at the right edge. : The next picture is connected at the left edge.
Connects pictures from left to right
a : The next picture is connected at the top. c : The next picture is connected at the bottom.
Connects pictures from bottom to top
Make sure that the edges of the pictures overlap, then take the pictures.
The focus, exposure and white balance are set by the first picture. Do not select an extremely bright subject (such as the sun) for the first picture. You cannot adjust the zoom after the first picture. Panorama shooting is possible for up to 10 pictures. When you have taken 10 pictures, a warning mark appears.
Press e to exit panorama shooting.
The panorama mode is only available with Olympus cards. Your computers memory may be insufficient if you take too many panorama pictures in HQ or SHQ mode. You are recommended to use SQ mode for panorama shooting. During panorama shooting, the flash and sequential shooting modes are not available. Panorama images are saved in HQ (compressed) format which has the same image size as RAW (uncompressed) and TIFF (uncompressed) when the record mode is set to [RAW] or [TIFF]. If the mode dial is operated during panorama shooting, the camera cancels the panorama mode and returns to normal shooting. The camera itself cannot connect panorama pictures. The OLYMPUS Master software is necessary to connect the pictures.
Remote control shooting (optional)
This function lets you take pictures using the optional remote control device (RM-1E). This is useful when you want to take a picture with yourself in it or a night scene without touching the camera.
Mount the camera on a tripod or place it on a stable, flat surface. Select [<] by repeatedly pressing the Z button.
gDirect buttons (P.13) If no operation is performed for about 3 seconds, the remote control mode is set and the mode selection screen is automatically exited.
Remote control receiver
Press the shutter button on the remote control device.
The focus and exposure are locked and the self-timer/remote control lamp blinks for about 2 seconds before taking the picture.
Self-timer/ Remote control lamp
The self-timer/remote control lamp does not blink after the shutter button on the remote control device is pressed. The remote control device may be too far from the camera. Move closer to the camera and press the shutter button on the remote control device again. The remote control signal is jammed. Refer to the instruction manual for the remote control device and change the channel. To operate the zoom from the remote control device. Aim the remote control device at the receiver on the camera and press the W or T button on the remote control device. The self-timer/remote control lamp blinks during zoom operation. How to cancel the remote control mode. The remote control mode is not canceled automatically after shooting. Go to Step 2 and set the mode to [OFF].
Select the still picture that you want to edit and display the top menu. To use the [RAW DATA EDIT] function, select a picture taken in raw data record mode.
Editing raw data
Top menu [MODE MENU] [EDIT] [RAW DATA EDIT] gMenus (P.17)
Select an editing option and press e.
RAW DATA EDIT WB SHARPNESS CONTRAST AUTO PRESET
When you have finished editing the data, press e.
Raw data can be edited using the following functions. Function K WB > SHARPNESS CONTRAST SATURATION Settings SHQ, HQ, SQ1, SQ2 AUTO, PRESET, V* RED7 BLUERef. page P.26 P.58 P.61 P.62 P.63 P.63
* Only available when the picture is taken with [WB] set to [V].
Select [OK] and press e.
The [BUSY] bar is appears and after the image is saved, the camera returns to the playback mode. The edited picture is stored as a separate picture from the original. To edit the data again, select [RESET], or to cancel editing, select [CANCEL]. Press e.
RAW DATA EDIT OK RESET CANCEL SELECT GO
Top menu [MODE MENU] [EDIT] [Q] gMenus (P.17)
Select an image size and press e.
The [BUSY] bar appears and after the image is saved, the camera returns to the playback mode. CANCEL The resized picture is stored as a separate picture from the original. CANCEL SELECT GO OK To cancel resizing, select [CANCEL] and press e. Resizing is not possible in the following cases. Movies, pictures taken in raw data format, pictures that have been edited on a computer, when there is insufficient memory space on the card, or pictures taken with another camera. If the image size of the selected picture is 640 480, you cannot select [640 480].
Top menu [MODE MENU] [EDIT] [P] gMenus (P.17)
Select [P] and press e.
Use the arrow pad and zoom lever to decide the trimming position and size.
Press acbd to move the trimming frame. Move the zoom lever toward W or T to select the trimming size from small horizontal frame, large horizontal frame, small vertical frame, and large vertical frame.
The [BUSY] bar appears and after the image is saved, the camera returns to the playback mode. The trimmed picture is stored as a separate picture from the original. If you want to trim the picture again, select [RESET] and press e. Repeat the procedure from Step 2. To quit the trimming function, select [CANCEL] and press e.
OK RESET CANCEL SELECT GO
Trimming is not possible in the following cases. Movies, pictures taken in RAW data format, or when there is insufficient memory space on the card. If a trimmed picture is printed out, it may appear grainy.
Top menu [MODE MENU] [EDIT] [REDEYE FIX] gMenus (P.17)
When [START] appears, press e.
After the [BUSY] bar, a screen asking whether or not you want to save the corrected image is displayed. The camera returns to the playback mode. The corrected picture is stored as a separate picture from the original.
When viewing still pictures, you can display a histogram showing the luminance components. The histogram display can be set separately for shooting mode and playback mode. gHistogram (P.65)
Top menu [u] gMenus (P.17)
Each time you select [u], the histogram display is alternately turned on and off.
HQ F2.8 2.8 1/100 +2.0 V ISO100 ISO100 04. 04. 12.11 15:30 30
The histogram displayed during shooting may differ from the histogram displayed during playback. The histogram may not appear when you play back pictures shot on another camera.
You are recommended to protect important pictures to avoid accidentally erasing them. Protected pictures cannot be erased by the single-frame/allframe erase function, but they are all erased by formatting.
Select the picture you want to protect and press the 0 button.
gDirect buttons (P.13), Single-frame playback (P.81) To cancel protection, press the 0 button again.
Displayed when a picture is protected.
This function erases recorded pictures. Pictures can be erased either one at a time or all the pictures on the card. Note
You cannot erase protected pictures. Cancel protection before erasing such pictures. Once erased, pictures cannot be restored. Check each picture before erasing to avoid accidentally erasing pictures you want to keep. gProtecting pictures (P.98)
Select the picture you want to erase and press the S button.
gDirect buttons (P.13), Single-frame playback (P.81) The [S ERASE] screen is displayed.
ERASE YES NO GO
Select [YES] and press e.
The picture is erased and the menu is exited. To cancel single-frame erase, select [NO] and press e or press the S button again.
This function erases all the pictures on the card.
Top menu [MODE MENU] [CARD] [ALL ERASE] gMenus (P.17)
All the pictures are erased.
ALL ERASE CAUTION ERASING ALL YES NO SELECT GO
This function lets you format the memory card. Formatting prepares cards to receive data. Before using non-OLYMPUS cards or cards which have been formatted on a computer, you must format them with this camera. All existing data, including protected pictures, are erased when the card is formatted. Make sure that you save or transfer important data to a computer before formatting the card.
\DCIM\***OLYMP\Pmdd****.jpg Folder No. (100 999) Month (1 C) File No. (0001 9999)
Day (01 31) Month: Jan. Sep. = 1 9, Oct. = A, Nov. = B, Dec. = C
There are two settings from which you can choose: [RESET] or [AUTO]. Choose the one that is best for you when transferring images to a computer. File name settings RESET The file number and folder number are reset every time a new card is inserted in the camera. The folder number returns to No. 100 and the file number returns to No. 0001. This method is useful when grouping files on separate cards. AUTO Even if a new card is inserted, the folder number and file number are retained from the previous card, so the same file number is not used on different cards. This helps you to manage multiple cards. This method is useful when you want to manage all your files with sequential numbers.
Top menu [MODE MENU] [SETUP] [FILE NAME] [RESET] / [AUTO] gMenus (P.17)
When the File No. reaches 9999, the file number returns to 0001 and the folder number changes. When both the Folder and File No. reach their respective maximum number (999/9999), the number of storable pictures becomes 0 even if the card is not full. No more pictures can be taken. Replace the card with a new one.
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 at least one minute after taking or viewing pictures to allow for proper performance of the pixel mapping function.
Top menu [MODE MENU] [SETUP] [PIXEL MAPPING] gMenus (P.17)
The [BUSY] bar is displayed during pixel mapping. When pixel mapping is finished, the screen returns to the mode menu.
m/ft VIDEO OUT
If you turn the camera off during pixel mapping, start again from Step 1.
Monitor brightness adjustment
This function lets you adjust the brightness of the monitor to make it easier to see the image.
Pictures you have taken do not appear on the monitor. Set the mode dial to q, then press the POWER switch to turn the camera on. Press the QUICK VIEW button or set the mode dial to q. NO PICTURE is displayed on the monitor. Record pictures. See Error codes. The monitor does not function when the AV cable is connected to the camera. Display pictures with 9 and press the 0 button to cancel protection. Set the video output signal according to the region where used. Set the TV to the video input mode. P.12 P.12, 13 P.156 P.96
Single-frame erase and all-frame erase cannot be performed. P.98
No picture is displayed on the TV when connected to the camera. P.97 P.96
The monitor is hard to see. Select [s] in the mode menu and adjust the brightness. Block the sunlight with your hand or use the viewfinder. P.114
(When the camera is connected to a computer or printer
Possible cause PC was selected on the monitor after connecting the camera to the printer with the USB cable. The printer does not support PictBridge. The USB driver has not been installed. The camera has not been turned on. Corrective action Remove the USB cable, and start again from Step 1 of Connecting the camera to a printer. Refer to the printers instruction manual or contact the manufacturer. Install OLYMPUS Master. Set the mode dial to q, then press the POWER switch to turn the camera on. Ref. page P.123
The printer fails to connect.
The camera is not recognized by the computer. P.142 P.12
(Cleaning the camera
Wipe gently with a soft cloth. If the camera is very dirty, soak the cloth in mild soapy water and wring well. Wipe the camera with the damp cloth and then dry it with a dry cloth. If you have used the camera at the beach, use a cloth soaked in clean water and well wrung.
Viewfinder and monitor:
Wipe gently with a soft cloth.
Blow dust off the lens with a commercial blower, then wipe gently with a lens cleaner.
Wipe gently with a soft, dry cloth.
Do not use strong solvents such as benzene or alcohol, or chemically treated cloth. Mold may form on the lens surface if the lens is left dirty.
When storing the camera for extended periods, remove the battery, AC adapter and card, and keep in a cool, dry place that is well ventilated. Periodically replace the battery and test the camera functions.
Avoid leaving the camera in places where chemical products are handled since this may result in corrosion.
AC adapter (optional)
An AC adapter is useful for time-consuming tasks such as image downloads to a computer. An optional Olympus AC adapter (D-7AC) allows you to power your digital camera from a common AC wall outlet.
AC wall outlet Power plug
AC adapter (D-7AC)
Connection cord plug
DC-IN jack (black) Connector cover
If you use the AC adapter when the camera is turned on, the battery in the camera will be charged. The battery charges in approximately 6 hours. The self-timer/remote control lamp blinks slowly while charging.
If the battery power runs out while the camera is connected to a computer or printer, the image data may be lost or damaged. It is recommended that you use the optional AC adapter when connecting the camera to a computer or printer. Do not connect or disconnect the AC adapter while the camera is connected to a computer or printer. Do not remove or load the battery or connect or disconnect the AC adapter while the camera is turned on. Doing so could affect the cameras internal settings or functions. Be sure to read the instruction manual for the AC adapter. If an error occurs while the battery in the camera is charging, the self-timer/ remote control lamp blinks quickly. Check that the battery and plug are inserted correctly.
DANGER If the product is used without observing the information given under this symbol, serious injury or death may result. If the product is used without observing the information given under this symbol, injury or death may result. If the product is used without observing the information given under this symbol, minor personal injury, damage to the equipment, or the loss of valuable data may result.
Handling the Camera
( Do not use the camera near flammable or explosive gases.
To avoid causing a fire or explosion, never use the camera near flammable or explosive gases.
( Do not use the flash on people (infants, small children, etc.) at close range.
Use caution when taking flash pictures at close range. When you fire the flash, you must be at least 1 m (3 ft.) away from the faces of your subjects, especially when taking pictures of infants and small children. Firing the flash too close to the subjects eyes could cause a momentary loss of vision.
Before loading, always inspect the battery carefully for leaks, discoloration, warping, or any other abnormality. Olympus lithium ion batteries are intended for use only with Olympus digital cameras. To find out whether your camera can be used with these batteries, read your cameras manual. Always charge lithium ion batteries when using them for the first time, or if they have not been used for a long period. The battery may become hot during prolonged use. To avoid minor burns, do not remove it immediately after using the camera. When operating the camera with battery power at low temperatures, try to keep the camera and spare batteries as warm as possible. Batteries which run down at low temperatures may be restored after they are warmed at room temperature. Always unload the battery from the camera before storing the camera for a long period. Before using a rechargeable battery, be sure to read the instructions. The number of pictures you can take may vary depending on the shooting conditions or battery. Before going on a long trip, and especially before traveling abroad, purchase an ample supply of extra batteries. A recommended battery may be difficult to obtain while traveling.
CAUTION FOR USAGE ENVIRONMENT
To protect the high-precision technology contained in this product, never leave the camera in the places listed below, no matter if in use or storage: Places where temperatures and/or humidity are high or go through extreme changes. Direct sunlight, beaches, locked cars, or near other heat sources (stove, radiator, etc.) or humidifiers. In sandy or dusty environments. Near flammable items or explosives. In wet places, such as bathrooms or in the rain. When using products with weatherproof designs, read their manuals as well. In places prone to strong vibrations. Never drop the camera or subject it to severe shocks or vibrations. When mounted on a tripod, adjust the position of the camera with the tripod head. Do not twist the camera. Do not touch electric contacts on cameras. Do not leave the camera pointed directly at the sun. This may cause lens or shutter curtain damage, color failure, ghosting on the CCD, or may possibly cause fires. Do not push or pull severely on the lens. Before storing the camera for a long period, remove the battery. Select a cool, dry location for storage to prevent condensation or mold from forming inside the camera. After storage, test the camera by turning it on and pressing the shutter release button to make sure that it is operating normally. Always observe the operating environment restrictions described in the cameras manual.
Self-timer/Remote control lamp gP.73, 77 DC-IN jack gP.165
Multi-connector gP.96, 123, 145
Connector cover gP.96, 123, 145
Connector cover gP.165
Battery compartment/card cover
Flash button gP.39 Viewfinder gP.23 AE lock/Custom button (x) gP.14, 49, 52, 54, 119 Rotation button (y) gP.16, 86 AE/AF button gP.13, 46, 47, 52 Erase button (S) gP.15, 99 Self-timer/Remote control button (Z) gP.13, 73, 77 Print reservation button (<) gP.16, 133 Flash mode button (#) gP.14, 39 Protect button (0) gP.16, 98
Strap eyelet Mode dial gP.12 Card access lamp gP.150 QUICK VIEW button gP.15 Arrow pad (acbd) gP.19, 81 OK/Menu button (e) gP.14, 19 Monitor gP.23, 114, 188
Orange lamp gP.40 Green lamp gP.24
The [INFO] setting allows you to select how much information to display on the screen. Screens with the information display set to [ON] are shown below. gInformation display (P.97)
1/1000 F2.8 +2.0 2.0 ISO100 B2 +2 +2 +2.0 +2
Movie Ref. page P.12 P.44 P.43 P.57 P.45 P.24
Item 1 Shooting mode 2 Shutter speed 3 Aperture value
Indications P, A, S, M, f, N, s i, j, k, Q, R 15" 1/2000 F2.8 F8.0
4 Exposure compensation -2.0 +2.0 Exposure differential -3.0 +3.0
5 Battery check 6 Green lamp 7 Flash stand-by Camera movement warning, Flash charge 8 Macro mode Super macro mode Manual focus 9 Noise reduction 10 Flash mode
e, f # (Lights) # (Blinks) & % MF O !, #, $, #SLOW1, HSLOW1, #SLOW2
P.36 P.36 P.50 P.64 P.37
Item 11 Flash intensity control 12 Drive Timelapse 13 Self-timer Remote control 14 Sound record 15 Record mode 16 Image size 17 AF target mark w -2.0 +2.0
Ref. page P.41 P.70 P.72 P.73 P.77 P.78, 79, 92 P.26 P.28 P.24 P.28 P.69 P.54 P.52 P.56 P.58 P.61 P.63 P.62 P.63
o, j, i, 7 L Y < R RAW, TIFF, SHQ, HQ, SQ1, SQ2304, 2592 1944, 1280 960, etc. [ ]
18 Number of storable still 30 pictures Remaining recording time 00:AE lock AE memory 20 Spot metering 21 ISO 22 White balance 23 White balance compensation 24 Saturation 25 Sharpness 26 Contrast 27 Memory gauge B C n ISO80, ISO100, ISO200, ISO400 5, 3, 1, w, x, y, V B1 B7, R1 R-5 +5 N -5 +5 J -5 +5 a, b, c, d
10 100-0030 HQ SIZE : F2.8 1/100 +2.0 2.ISO400 ISO400 04. 04. 12.11 15:30 30
100-0030 HQ SIZE : 12.30 04.15:30 00:00/00 00/00:36 / 7
Still picture Item 1 Battery check 2 Print reservation/ number of prints Movie 3 Sound record 4 Protect 5 Record mode 6 Image size 7 Aperture value 8 Shutter speed e, f <10 n H 9 Indications
Movie Ref. page P.133 P.87 P.78 P.98 P.26 P.28 P.43 P.44 P.57 P.58 P.56 P.115 P.132 P.87 P.113 P.132
RAW, TIFF, SHQ, HQ, SQ1, SQ2304, 2592 1944, 1280 960, etc. F2.8 F8.0 15" 1/2000 WB AUTO, 5, 3, 1, w, x, y, V ISO80, ISO100, ISO200, ISO400 04.12.00:00/00:36 M 15:30
9 Exposure compensation -2.0 +2.White balance
11 ISO 12 Date and time 13 Frame number Playing time/Total recording time 14 File number
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.
For reference page numbers relating to camera parts, see Names of parts.
m SETUP. 85 1st curtain #SLOW1. 38, 41 1st curtain with red-eye reduction HSLOW1. 39, 41 2nd curtain #SLOW2. 38, 41 3:2. 27 Compression. 27 CONTRAST J. 63 CUSTOM BUTTON z. 14, 119
AC adapter. 165 AE. 172 AE lock B. 14, 54 AE memory C. 55 AE mode. 13, 52 AF ILLUMINATOR. 48 AF LOCK. 49 AF MEMORY. 50 AF mode. 13, 46 AF target mark. 24, 47 ALL INDEX. 124, 126 ALL PRINT. 124, 126 ALL RESET. 103 All-frame erase R. 100 All-frame reservation U. 133 Aperture priority shooting A. 12, 43 Aperture value. 43 AREA. 48 Auto bracketing 7. 70, 71 Auto focus AF. 14, 25 Auto white balance. 59 Auto-flash. 14, 37 AV cable. 96
Date and time X. 115 DCF. 172 DIGITAL ZOOM. 35 Direct printing. 122 DIRECT (Histogram). 65 DPOF. 132, 172 DRIVE. 70
EDIT. 93, 94 Error codes. 131, 156 ESP metering. 52, 173 EV. 41, 173 Exposure. 24, 54, 173 Exposure compensation. 57 Exposure differential. 45, 70
FADER. 85 File name. 113 FILE NAME. 113 File No. 113, 132 Fill-in flash #. 14, 37 Flash charging. 40 Flash intensity control w. 41 Flash mode #. 14, 37 Flash off $. 14, 37 Flash stand-by. 39 Fluorescent lamp >. 58 Focus. 24, 46 Focus Lock. 24 Folder name. 113 FORMAT I. 100 FRAME ASSIST. 67 FULLTIME AF. 47 FUNCTION. 74
Battery. 168 Battery check. 188, 190 BEEP BEEP. 109 Beep sound 8. 108 BLACK & WHITE. 74
Calendar display. 83 Camera movement warning. 40 Card. 28, 170 CCD. 114, 172 Close-up playback U. 81 Cloudy day 3. 58
HIGH. 26 High speed sequential shooting i. 70, 71
Histogram u. 65, 98 HQ. 26, 30 ORF. 28
iESP. 46 Image size. 26, 173 INDEX. 93 Index display G. 82, 83 INFO INFO. 66, 97 ISO. 56, 173
JPEG. 26, 173
LANDSCAPE Q. 32 LANDSCAPE+PORTRAIT k. 32 Lithium ion battery. 168
Macro mode shooting &. 36 Manual focus MF. 14, 50 Manual shooting M. 12, 45 Measurement unit m/ft m/ft. 116 Metering. 52 MODE MENU. 17 Monitor brightness adjustment s. 114 MONITOR OFF. 23 MONITOR ON. 23 Motion-JPEG. 27, 28 MOVIE PLAYBACK q. 87 Movie recording n. 12, 69 MULTI METERING. 52 MULTI PRINT. 124, 126 My Mode r. 12, 46 MY MODE SETUP r. 110
PAL. 97, 173 PANORAMA. 75 PC. 145 PictBridge. 122, 174 Picture rotation y. 16, 86 PIXEL MAPPING. 114 Pixels. 26, 174 Playback mode q. 12, 81 Playback on a TV. 96 PORTRAIT i. 32 Preset white balance. 58, 59 Press fully. 25 Press halfway. 24 PRINT. 123, 124 PRINT ORDER. 124, 126 Print settings <. 16, 132 Program shooting P. 12, 173 Protect 0. 16, 98 PW OFF SETUP. 105 PW ON SETUP. 105
RAW. 27, 30 RAW DATA EDIT. 88 REC VIEW. 106 Record mode K. 26, 30 Recording sound R. 78, 79, 92 Recording sound with movies R. 79 Recording sound with still pictures R. 78 REDEYE FIX. 88, 91 Red-eye reduction flash !. 14, 37 Remaining recording time. 28 Remote control <. 13, 77 Resizing Q. 88, 89 SATURATION 6. 63 SCENE. 32 Scene mode shooting f. 12, 32 SCREEN SETUP. 107 Selecting a language W. 105 Self-timer Y. 13, 73 SEPIA. 74 Sequential shooting j. 70, 71 SHARPNESS N. 62 Shooting mode. 12 SHORT CUT. 117
NIGHT SCENE R. 33 NOISE REDUCTION O. 64 NORMAL. 85 NORMAL (Record mode). 26 NTSC. 97, 173 Number of storable still pictures. 28
OLYMPUS Master. 141, 147 One-touch white balance V. 58, 60 Optical zoom. 34
Shortcut Menus. 17, 117 SHQ. 26, 30 Shutter priority shooting S. 12, 44 SHUTTER SOUND. 109 Shutter speed. 44 Single-frame erase S. 15, 99 Single-frame reservation <. 133, 138 Single-frame shooting o. 70 Sleep mode. 81, 174 SLIDE. 85 Slideshow m. 85 Slow synchronization #SLOW. 14, 38, 41 SPORT j. 32 SPOT (AF mode). 46 Spot metering 5. 52 SQ. 26, 30 STANDARD <. 122 Sunny day 5. 58 Super macro shooting %. 36
TIFF. 26, 30, 174 TIMELAPSE L. 72 Top menu. 17 Trimming P. 88, 90, 129, 136 Tungsten light 1. 58
USB cable. 123, 145, 154 USB driver. 142, 154
VIDEO OUT. 97 VOLUME. 108
White balance WB. 58 White balance compensation >. 61 WINDOW. 86
xD-Picture Card. 170
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Technical Support (USA)
24/7 online automated help: http://www.olympusamerica.com/support Phone customer support: Tel. 1-888-553-4448 (Toll-free) Our phone customer support is available from 8 am to 10 pm (Monday to Friday) ET E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Olympus software updates can be obtained at: http://www.olympus.com/digital
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Quick Start Guide
S T E P
UNPACK THE BOX CONTENTS
Please gather the items shown in the illustration. Youll need these to complete the procedures that follow.
REVIEW THE DOCUMENTATION
It is strongly recommended that you follow these step-by-step instructions to set up and quickly begin using your new Digital Camera.
CD-ROM (OLYMPUS Master software)
The following items are also included in the Digital Camera package: Basic Manual, warranty card, Advanced Manual on CD-ROM and registration card.
CHARGE AND INSERT THE BATTERY
AC wall outlet LI-12B lithium ion battery Power cable LI-10C battery charger
a. Insert the xD-Picture Card into the slot next to the battery as shown. b. Close the battery compartment/card cover.
2 Lift 1 Slide Contacts Notch 2 Slide 1 Close
a. Insert the battery into the charger and charge
completely (when fully charged, the indicator turns green - approx. 120 min.).
b. Make sure the camera is off. c. Open the battery compartment/card cover on the bottom
of the camera and insert the battery.
TURN ON THE CAMERA
a. Set the mode dial to P and
press the POWER switch. The lens extends and the monitor turns on.
Flash button Flash
a. With the camera on, press e. b. Use the arrow pad to select [MODE MENU] on the
b. Press the flash button. The
flash pops up. Note: To turn the camera off, press the POWER switch again. The lens retracts and the monitor turns off. Push the flash into the camera.
SETUP CARD PIC CAM
and press d.
c. Select the [SETUP] tab, and press d. Select [X],
PIXEL MAPPING 04.01.01 00:00 ft NTSC
d. Select the date format and press d.
e. Use a c to set each item and press d to move
to the next item.
f. Press e when you have finished entering the date
REVIEWING A PICTURE
QUICK VIEW button
a. Press the QUICK VIEW
button. The last picture taken is displayed.
b. Use the arrow pad to display the picture you want. c. Press the QUICK VIEW button again when you are ready to take another picture.
a. Select the picture you want to erase
and press S.
b. Select [YES] and press e.
VERIFY CAMERA CONNECTION
WINDOWS: a. From the desktop (Start menu for XP), open My Computer.
b. Verify that the Removable Disk icon representing the camera is displayed.
MACINTOSH: a. Verify that the NO_NAME icon representing the camera is displayed.
Now that youve mastered the basic functionality of your new Olympus Digital Camera, you are 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! CD-ROM1 OLYMPUS Master software: Download pictures from the camera, view, organize, retouch, e-mail and print your digital photos and movies and more! This CD also contains the complete software users manual in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. CD-ROM2 Advanced Manual: A complete camera guide in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. This manual contains detailed instructions on the cameras features and functions which are not covered in the printed Basic Manual or Quick Start/Quick Reference Guides.
The above steps confirm that the camera has been installed correctly. You can transfer your images immediately using the standard drag and drop procedure, or enhance your experience using OLYMPUS Master (included).
Quick Start Guide (this document) Getting started with your digital camera.
LI-12B Lithium Ion Battery xD-Picture Card Strap
Quick Reference Guide (reverse side of this document) Quick guide to using common features and functions. Basic Manual (printed booklet) Guide to mastering the basics of taking and viewing pictures. Advanced Manual (CD-ROM) Detailed instructions on all camera features and functions. Software Installation Guide (Separate document on OLYMPUS Master CD-ROM) Detailed instructions on installing the OLYMPUS Master software.
LI-10C Battery Charger
INSERT THE xD-PICTURE CARD
ATTACH THE STRAP
SET THE DATE AND TIME
TAKING A PICTURE
a. Place the AF target mark on your subject using
the monitor or viewfinder.
MODE MENU MONITOR OFF
P 1/1000 F2.8
b. Press the shutter button halfway to lock the focus and exposure, then press the shutter button completely to take the picture.
HQ 3072 2304
AF target mark
m/ft VIDEO OUT
2004. 01. 01 Y M D 00 : 00 SET GO OK
ERASING A PICTURE
CONNECTING THE CAMERA TO A COMPUTER
a. Make sure the camera is off. b. Connect the camera to the computer using the USB cable (included). The
camera turns on automatically.
ERASE YES NO SELECT GO
c. Select [PC] on the cameras monitor and press e.
USB P C PRINT EXIT SELECT GO
ABOUT THE CD-ROM DISCS
INSTALLING THE CAMERA SOFTWARE
a. Insert the OLYMPUS Master
CD-ROM into your computers CD-ROM drive.
b. For Windows: Click the OLYMPUS Master button in the Setup window.
For Macintosh: Double-click the Installer icon.
c. Follow the on-screen instructions. For more details, click Please Read First.
Please refer to the Quick Reference Guide on the reverse side of this sheet to familiarize yourself with the commonly used features and functions of your new Olympus Digital Camera. Printed in Japan
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Quick Reference Guide
CAMERA DIAGRAM AND CONTROLS
Green lamp Orange lamp Flash button Viewfinder Shutter button Zoom lever (W/TGU) Flash mode button (#) Protect button (0) Self-timer/Remote control button (Z) Print reservation button (<) Mode dial AE/AF button Erase button (S) Arrow pad (acbd)
1. Camera Diagram and Controls 2. Shooting Modes 3. Using the Zoom 4. How to Use the Autofocus 5. Flash Modes 6. Image Quality Modes 7. Recording a Movie 8. Viewing Pictures/Movies on a TV 9. How to Erase All Pictures 10. E-mailing a Picture 11. Printing a Picture
POWER switch AF illuminator Remote control receiver Flash
AE lock/Custom button (x) Rotation button (y) Speaker Monitor QUICK VIEW button OK/Menu button (e)
Self-timer/ Lens Remote control lamp
DC-IN jack Tripod socket Battery compartment/ Card cover
Shooting modes: Set the mode dial to one of these positions to take pictures or movies.
Shooting Mode Descriptions P A S Program - The camera sets the optimal settings automatically. Aperture priority - Lets you set the aperture, giving you control over the depth of field. The camera sets the other settings. Shutter priority - Lets you set the shutter speed, giving you the control to capture moving subjects. The camera sets the other settings. Manual - Lets you set both the aperture and shutter speed giving you more creative control over your pictures. My modes - Lets you use your own customized settings when taking pictures.
USING THE ZOOM
This camera features a zoom lens, letting you get closer to the action or capture wide-angle shots.
Turn the mode dial to the mode you want. M r
Playback mode: Set the mode dial to this position to view pictures or movies.
Zoom out: Push the zoom lever toward W
Zoom in: Pull the zoom lever toward T
f Scene modes - Lets you select the optimal settings for specific situations. You can select from: Portrait; Sports; Landscape+Portrait; Landscape; and Night Scene. n Movie - Lets you record movies.
Note: You can change the mode dial when the camera is on or off.
Push toward W to zoom out and get more into the picture. Pull toward T to zoom in and get closer to the action.
HOW TO USE THE AUTOFOCUS
This camera features multiple flash modes. You can select the appropriate flash mode to the suit the situation.
IMAGE QUALITY MODES
Your camera is equipped with multiple image quality modes, which determine the quality and image size of the pictures you take. Below is a general description of the commonly used modes. For a detailed description of all quality modes, refer to the Advanced Manual included on the CD-ROM.
Image becomes clearer Image size becomes larger
a. While positioning the AF target over the subject, press
and hold the shutter button halfway.
b. The green lamp, which indicates the focus and exposure are locked, remains lit as long as the shutter button is kept depressed halfway.
AUTO-FLASH - The camera decides if the flash is needed. RED-EYE REDUCTION - Reduces the incidence of red-eye by emitting pre-flashes to shrink pupil size before taking the picture. # FILL-IN FLASH - The flash always fires. Suitable for shooting pictures into strong light. #SLOW SLOW SYNCHRONIZATION - Allows you to use the flash with a slow shutter speed. $ FLASH OFF - The flash is turned off. Suitable for when flash photography is not permitted.
Compression Application Select according to print size
Low compression SHQ SQ1 HIGH
High compression HQ SQ1 NORMAL SQ2 NORMAL
JPEG For small-sized prints and websites
a. With the mode dial set to any mode other than q,
a. Set the mode dial to any mode other than n or q. b. Raise the flash. Otherwise, the flash will not fire. c. Press the # button repeatedly to toggle through the
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b. Use the arrow pad to select [K] on the monitor. c. Select the record mode. Use the arrow pad and e to make further settings.
c. Press the shutter button completely to take the
RAW TIFF SHQ HQ SET GO OK
RECORDING A MOVIE
VIEWING PICTURES/MOVIES ON A TV
HOW TO ERASE ALL PICTURES
WARNING - PERFORMING THESE STEPS WILL DELETE ALL PICTURES STORED IN YOUR CAMERA!
a. Set the mode dial to n.
a. Make sure that the camera and TV are off. Connect the camera to the TV
using the AV cable (included).
Connector cover Connect to the TVs video input (yellow) and audio input (white) terminals.
a. Set the mode dial to q, then press e. b. Use the arrow pad to select [MODE MENU] on the monitor. c. Select the [CARD] tab, and press d.
SET CARD EDIT PLAY MODE MENU MONITOR OFF
b. Press the shutter button to start recording (video and audio).
00:00:36 00: 0:36 0:00:36
Remaining recording time
AV cable (multiconnectorcompatible)
Select [ALL ERASE], and press d.
c. Press the shutter button again to stop.
ALL ERASE FORMAT
b. Turn on the TV and set to video input.
Note: You can use features such as the digital and optical zooms while recording; however, you need to set the record sound function off to use the optical zoom. See the Advanced Manual to learn more about these settings.
c. Set the mode dial to q and turn on the camera. Use the arrow pad to display
the picture you want. Note: If the pictures are not displayed, consult your TV manual to set up the video source.
d. Select [YES] and press e.
ALL ERASE CAUTION ERASING ALL YES NO SELECT GO
E-MAILING A PICTURE
PRINTING A PICTURE
Two Corporate Center Drive, PO Box 9058, Melville, NY 11747-9058 Using the OLYMPUS Master software (included), you can share your pictures with others by using the built-in e-mail feature. Using the OLYMPUS Master software (included), you can make prints of your pictures using your own photo printer. After installing OLYMPUS Master, open the program and click the Print Images icon on the main menu. You can create many different types of prints such as an index print, photos, albums, or calendars. Simply select the image(s) and add them to one of the many layouts within OLYMPUS Master. For detailed instructions, please refer to the Help menu in the software. You can also order prints online using the Print Online feature in OLYMPUS Master. Alternatively, you can print your pictures by connecting your PictBridge*compatible camera directly to a PictBridge*-compatible printer, such as the Olympus P-10 Digital Photo Printer. This permits fast, easy printing without using a computer. * For detailed instructions on using PictBridge, please refer to your cameras Advanced Manual included in digital format on the CD-ROM.
Technical Support (USA):
24/7 online automated help: http://olympusamerica.com/support Phone customer support: 1-888-553-4448 (toll free) Our phone customer support is available from 8am - 10pm, (Monday to Friday) ET E-mail: email@example.com Olympus software updates can be obtained at: http://olympus.com/digital
After installing OLYMPUS Master, open the program and click Browse Images. From the Browse Images window, select the picture(s) you want to send and click the E-mail tool button.
At this time, you can resize your pictures to make them more manageable for email. This helps you stay within the e-mail capacity limitations set by your e-mail provider.
When finished, click the Launch Mailer button at the bottom of the window. Your default e-mail program will open, and the selected picture(s) will automatically be attached to a new message.
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