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Comments to date: 11. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
tracey002 3:51am on Monday, October 11th, 2010 
I bought this camera used, to replace my point and shoot and fill a niche in my camera arsenal.
jfdamico 8:37pm on Thursday, September 9th, 2010 
Excellent digital camera. Has many nice features that are very easy to learn once you start taking pictures.
notinthisworld 10:32am on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010 
A couple of weeks ago I decided to replace my 5 year old C-770 with a Canon SX20IS. Just in case I had some trouble with the new camera.
jansoft 5:58pm on Monday, August 23rd, 2010 
Bought mine for the good price of £199 in Jul...  Great image quality. Full manual controls - feature-packed.
Cheap tramadol 180.5 7:56am on Wednesday, July 21st, 2010 
Excellent Value, Quality, and Pictures! Okay... since i have to come up with one... lets go with the size, since it wont fit in my shirt pocket.
magicrobotmonkey 1:19am on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010 
hot shoe flash mount, capable built-in flash, nice glass 10x optical zoom somewhat bouncy auto focus, xD memory cards less than desirable. great lens, sturdy body the mode select wheel got loose and is easily knocked out of place
John Smit 5:32pm on Saturday, July 17th, 2010 
Great photos, Very good ease of menus, excellent zoom.Excellent Mpeg4 movie mode.The LCD display is good. I like the fact that it has such a great zoom. It takes nice pictures outside on sunny days, but indoor pictures are not up to par. I have this product, Olympus CAMEDIA C-770 Ultra Zoom... With 4 Megapixels i can store my memorable moment, such as my graduation, party etc.
kemu 1:23pm on Saturday, June 19th, 2010 
Professional Camera in amateur prices I bought this camera around three years ago and later on moved to a digital SLR. LOVE the shots, hate the machine I bought this camera in November 2005 and have taken some of the most incredible shots of my life with it. However.
RJ 4:58pm on Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 
This is my second Ultra Zoom. Man, they have really come a long way. I really like the burst mode. The Zoom is smooth and fast. I am a serious photographer. And after owning this camera after a series of Canons and Ricohs and Kodaks, I can finally say: I hit on my dream cam. Lens cap Included Software: Drivers & Utilities.
Nicolas_P 10:07am on Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 
Great image quality. Full manual controls - feature-packed. Very well made/well designed. Poor indoors or in low light. The C-770 is by far the best camera I have ev...  Excellent Value, Quality, and Pictures Okay... since i have to come up with one...
JensK 10:20am on Saturday, March 20th, 2010 
The Olympus CAMEDIA C-770 Ultra Zoom, I believe, is a great piece of technology. I have been using it since last 2 years.

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Indications used in this manual Important information on factors which may lead to a malfunction 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. g Reference pages describing details or associated information.

Names of parts

Camera
Remote control receiver gP.93 Zoom lever (W/TGU) gP.58, 126, 127 Shutter button gP.51 Mode dial gP.47 Self-timer/Remote control lamp gP.92, 93 Flash gP.61 Hot shoe gP.69
Strap eyelet gP.18 Microphone gP.103, 104, 139 Speaker
DC-IN jack gP.24 USB connector gP.185 A/V OUT jack (MONO) gP.137 Connector cover gP.24, 137, 185
Viewfinder gP.14, 32, 51, 161 Diopter adjustment dial gP.32 AE Lock/Custom button (x) gP.81, 86, 88, 149 Rotation button (y) gP.138 Self-timer/Remote control button (Z) gP.92, 93 Erase button (S) gP.145 Flash mode button (#) gP.61 Protect button (0) gP.143 Flash button gP.61 Card access lamp gP.51 QUICK VIEW button gP.125
Arrow pad (acbd) gP.34, 124 OK/Menu button (e) gP.34 Monitor button (f) gP.51 Power switch gP.25 Monitor g P.14, 51, 161

Tripod socket

Battery compartment/card cover gP.21
Viewfinder and monitor indications
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.160)

Shooting modes

HQ 2288 1712
Still picture Item 1 Shooting modes 2 Shutter speed 3 Aperture value Indications
Movie Ref. Page P.47 P.75 P.74 P.112 P.76 P.17 P.52 P.63 P.90 P.91 P.83 P.120
P, A, S, M, N, o, m, L, K, J, I, s, P 15" 1/1000 F2.8 F8.0
4 Exposure compensation -2.0 +2.0 Exposure differential -3.0 +3.Battery check 6 Green lamp # (Lights) 7 Flash stand-by Camera movement # (Blinks) warning/Flash charge & 8 Macro mode Super macro mode % Manual focus MF 9 Noise reduction O e, f
Item 10 Flash mode 11 Flash intensity control 12 Drive 13 Self-timer Remote control 14 Sound record 15 Record mode 16 Resolution 17 AF target mark
Indications !, #, $, #SLOW1, HSLOW1, #SLOW2 w -2.0 +2.0 o, j, i, k, BKT Y < R TIFF, SHQ, HQ, SQ1, SQ2, MPEG1712, 1280 960, etc. [ ]
Ref. Page P.61 P.68 P.95 P.92 P.93 P.103, 104, 139 P.106 P.108 P.51 P.108 P.56 P.88 P.85 P.111 P.113 P.116 P.119 P.117 P.118 P.17
18 Number of storable 30 still pictures Time remaining 00:AE lock AE memory 20 Spot metering 21 ISO 22 White balance 23 White balance adjustment 24 Saturation 25 Sharpness 26 Contrast 27 Memory gauge B C n ISO64, 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

Playback mode

Startup/Shutdown screen (Factory default setting)
If the card is not recognized (card check)
When the power is turned on, the camera checks the card automatically. If there is no card in the camera or a card that is not supported by this camera is inserted, the following screen is displayed. Monitor indication Corrective action There is no card in the camera or the card is not inserted properly. Insert a card or remove the card and insert it again correctly. The card cannot record, play back or erase pictures. Format the card or replace it with a new one. Press ac to select POWER OFF, then press e. Replace the card with a new one. Format the card. Press ac to select I FORMAT, then press e to display the confirmation screen. Select YES and press e. Formatting starts. If the card was successfully formatted, the camera is ready to take pictures.

NO CARD

CARD%SEtUP POWER%OFF FORMAt SELECt GO FORMAt CAUtION ERASING%ALL YES NO SELECt GO
All data stored on the card is erased when the card is formatted.

Selecting a language

You can select a language for on-screen display. This reference manual shows the English on-screen display in the illustrations and explanations. Available languages vary depending on the area where you purchased this camera.
Slide the power switch to K to turn the camera on.
Set the mode dial to any setting except h.

Arrow pad

OK button

Press e.

The top menu is displayed.
Press d on the arrow pad to select MODE MENU.

ESP MODE MENU

Top menu

SEtUP CARD PIC CAM

Press ac to select the SETUP tab, then press d.
ALL RESEt PW ON/OFF SEtUP REC VIEW SLEEP

ON ENGLISH ON 3 MIN

SETUP tab
The green frame moves to the selected item.
Press ac to select W, then press d.
Press ac to select a language, then press e.
ENGLISH FRANCAIS DEUtSCH ESPAOL SELECt GO
Press e again to exit the menu. To turn the camera off, slide the power switch to OFF.

e button

Setting the date and time

Power switch Mode dial

When the mode dial is set to h, press c and go to Step 6.
Press ac to select X, then press d.
MY MODE SEtUP FILE NAME PIXEL MAPPING '04.01.01 00.00 RESEt
Press ac to select one of the following date formats: Y-M-D (Year/Month/Day), M-D-Y (Month/ Day/Year), D-M-Y (Day/Month/Year). Then press d.

2004 Y

Move to the year setting. SELECt SEt The following steps show the procedure used when the date and time settings are set to Y-M-D.

In the top menu, select MODE MENU CAMERA SUPER ZOOM ON, and press e.
g How to use the menus (P.35) When ON is selected, the record mode is automatically set to 1600 1200. Press e again to exit the menu.

Arrow pad OK button

Pull the zoom lever toward T until the optical zoom reaches its limit.
When 10 magnification is reached, zoom adjustment stops. To zoom in further, keep pulling the zoom lever toward T.
Super zoom range Normal zoom range
The cursor turns orange when inside the super zoom field.
Push the zoom lever toward W to zoom out.
When the zoom reaches 10 magnification, zoom adjustment stops. To zoom out further, keep pushing the zoom lever toward W.
Setting DIGITAL ZOOM to ON or changing the record mode setting automatically disables the super zoom.
DIGITAL ZOOM Using the digital zoom
In the top menu, select MODE MENU CAMERA DIGITAL ZOOM ON, and press e.
g How to use the menus (P.35) Press e again to exit the menu.
In the top menu, select DIGITAL ZOOM ON, and press e.
Pull the zoom lever toward T.
The white area of the zoom indicator indicates the optical zoom. If the digital zoom is set to ON, a red area appears on the zoom indicator. When you reach the limit of the optical zoom, the digital zoom is enabled.
The cursor moves up and down on the zoom indicator according to the zoom magnification. The cursor turns orange when inside the digital zoom field.
Pictures taken with the digital zoom may appear grainy.

Flash shooting

Select the flash mode best suited to the light conditions and the effect you want to achieve. You can also adjust the amount of light emitted using the flash intensity control. This camera is equipped with two flashes. The camera automatically selects which flash to fire depending on the zoom magnification.
Press the flash button. ( )

The flash pops up. ( )

Flash button Shutter button
Select a flash mode by repeatedly pressing #.
The flash mode changes in the sequence shown below (when all modes are available). Auto (Auto-flash) ! (Red-eye reduction flash)
#SLOW (Slow synchronization)

#(Fill-in flash)

If no operation is performed for about 3 seconds, the flash mode is set and the mode selector screen is automatically exited. To prevent the flash from firing, press down on the top of the flash to retract it.
Press the shutter button halfway.

The fill-in flash may not have the desired effect under excessively bright light.

Flash off ($)

The flash does not fire even in low light conditions. Use this mode in situations where flash photography is not desired or is prohibited. You can also use this mode when you want to shoot a natural-looking twilight or night scene. Since a slow shutter speed is automatically selected in low light situations when in the flash off mode, the use of a tripod is recommended to prevent your pictures from being blurred by camera movement.
Slow Synchronization (#SLOW1 #SLOW2 HSLOW1)
The slow synchronization flash is designed for slow shutter speeds. Normally, when shooting with a flash, shutter speeds cannot go below a certain level to prevent camera movement. But when shooting a night scene background, fast shutter speeds can make the background too dark. Slow synchronization flash allows both a slow shutter speed for the background and a flash for the subject. Since the shutter speed is slow, make sure you stabilize the camera by using a tripod. Otherwise, camera movement may cause the picture to be blurred.
1st curtain (front curtain) #SLOW1
Usually, regardless of the shutter speed, the flash fires right after the shutter fully opens. This is called 1st curtain. Unless you change it, this is how the flash always fires. The slow synchronization factory default setting is # SLOW1.
2nd curtain (rear curtain) #SLOW2
With 2nd curtain, the flash fires just before the shutter closes. Changing the flash timing can create interesting effects in your picture, such as expressing the movement of a car by showing the tail-lights streaming backwards. The slower the shutter speed, the better the effects turn out. The slowest possible shutter speed depends on the shooting mode: M mode : 15 sec. P, A, S, m mode : 4 sec. When the shutter speed is set to 4 sec.
4 sec. rear curtain 4 sec. 0 front curtain
2nd curtain flash fires 1st curtain flash fires Shutter closes Shutter fully opens
1st curtain with red-eye reduction HSLOW1
This mode is for when you want to use slow synchronization, yet also reduce the red-eye phenomenon. For instance, when shooting a person against a brightly lit night background. A normal flash might make the persons eyes red, but 1st curtain with red-eye reduction lets you capture the background correctly and reduce the red-eye phenomenon at the same time. 2nd curtain with red-eye reduction is not available.
Using the slow synchronization flash
In the top menu, select MODE MENU CAMERA #SLOW #SLOW1, HSLOW or #SLOW2, and press e.
gHow to use the menus (P.35) Press e again to exit the menu.

AF AREA Changing the position of the AF target mark
You can select the area you want to focus on by changing the position of the AF target mark.

Set the AF MODE to SPOT.

gAF MODE Changing the focus range (P.78)
In the top menu, select MODE MENU CAMERA AF AREA, and press d.
Use the arrow pad to move the AF target mark to the area you want to focus on.
The AF target mark at the center of the screen can be moved vertically or horizontally.

AF AREA

CANCEL

Take the picture.

To restore the AF target mark to its original position (at the center), press e. Press e again to exit AF target mark selection mode.
AF AREA is not available when the super zoom or digital zoom is set to ON. The location of the AF target mark cannot be saved.
AF LOCK Locking the focus
Registering the AF lock function on the x in advance enables easy locking of the focus.
Register the AF lock function on x.
gSetting the custom button (P.150)
Position the AF target mark on the subject you want to focus on and press x.
The focus is locked and the AF LOCK mark is displayed. To reset the AF LOCK, press x again to cancel the AF LOCK. Each time you press x, AF lock is alternately engaged and canceled. When x is pressed

F2.8 AF LOCK

When focus is locked

AF LOCK mark

TIPS How to save the locked focus after shooting (AF MEMORY) Hold down x for more than 1 second. The AF MEMORY mark appears.When the mark appears, the locked focus is memorized. To cancel AF MEMORY, press x again.

AF MEMORY mark

F2.8 AF MEMORY
AF lock was canceled. Do not operate any of the buttons or the mode dial after performing AF LOCK. AF LOCK will be canceled. The camera had emerged from sleep mode or the power was turned off.
The focus may be compromised by operating the zoom after setting the AF LOCK. Complete zoom operations before setting the AF LOCK. AF lock is not available when a menu is displayed on the screen. Exit the menu. gHow to use the menus (P.35)

Noise reduction is always fixed to ON in the m mode. When noise reduction is set to ON, the camera implements noisereducing processes after each shot to produce clearer images. However, shooting time is approximately twice as long as usual. During this time, the next shot cannot be taken. When noise reduction is set to ON, sequential shooting (j, i, k, 7) and 2 IN 1 are not possible. This function may not work effectively with some shooting conditions or subjects. As the shutter speed is relatively slow, the use of a tripod is recommended.

REDUCE FLICKER

This function reduces the flickering that may appear on the monitor when recording movies under fluorescent light.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU CAMERA REDUCE FLICKER ON, and press e.
When REDUCE FLICKER is ON, picture quality may be affected. The correct exposure may not be obtained if REDUCE FLICKER is set to ON in sunny weather. When REDUCE FLICKER is ON, the ISO sensitivity is automatically set to AUTO.

Histogram display

During shooting and playback of still pictures, you can display a histogram showing the brightness and contrast of your subject in the viewfinder or monitor. Checking the histogram enables precise exposure control when taking pictures. During playback, you can display a histogram showing the brightness and contrast of recorded pictures. The histogram display can be set separately for shooting mode and playback mode. Ex: When a histogram is displayed in P mode
The part indicated in green in the histogram shows the luminance distribution within the AF target mark. When the image is dark

When the image is bright

If the peak fills too much of the right frame, the image will appear mostly white.
If the peak fills too much of the left frame, the image will appear mostly black.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU CAMERA u ON or OFF, and press e.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU PLAY u ON or OFF, and press e.
gHow to use the menus (P.35) When ON is selected, the histogram is displayed. Press e again to exit the menu.

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The histogram is not displayed in the following situations even if histogram display is set to ON. During M mode, panorama shooting, 2 IN 1 shooting and multimetering The histogram displayed during shooting may differ from the histogram displayed during playback. A histogram may not appear when you play back pictures shot on another camera.

Viewing still pictures

Slide the power switch to q.
gPower on/off (P.25) The monitor turns on and displays the last picture taken. (Single-frame playback)
Use the arrow pad to play back other pictures.
Jumps to the picture 10 frames back.

Playback

Displays the previous picture.
Displays the next picture.
Jumps to the picture 10 frames ahead.
If the camera is not used for over 3 minutes, the camera enters the sleep mode and the monitor turns off.

The slideshow will not stop until you cancel it by pressing e.
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 will enter the sleep mode after about 30 minutes and stop the slideshow automatically.

Viewing movies

This function lets you play back movies. You can fast forward the movie, play it back one frame at a time or save selected frames as still pictures (capture, MPEG4/SHQ only).
Use the arrow pad to display the picture with n you want to play back.
gViewing still pictures (P.124)
MOVIE PLAY INFO MODE MENU
Press a to select MOVIE PLAY. Press ac to select MOVIE PLAYBACK, then press e.
The movie is played back. When playback ends, the display automatically returns to the beginning of the movie.
SWItCH FRAME MOVIE PLAY MOVIE PLAYBACK INDEX EDIt CANCEL SELECt GO
The following operations can be performed during movie playback.
H appears on movies that have sound recorded. Pressing ac lets you adjust the sound volume during playback. a : Increases the volume. c : Reduces the volume. 00:30/00:36 d : Plays the movie at double the normal speed. Holding the button down increases the speed to 20 times the Playing time/ total normal speed. recording time b : Plays the movie in reverse at double the normal speed. Holding the button down increases the speed to 20 times the normal speed. e : Pauses the movie and displays the MOVIE PLAYBACK menu.
The MOVIE PLAYBACK menu is displayed. MOVIE%PLAYBACK PLAYBACK Plays back the entire movie PLAYBACK again. FRAME%BY%FRAME FRAME BY FRAME CAPtURE Plays back the movie EXIt manually one frame at a time. CAPTURE Takes one frame from the SELECt GO movie and saves it as a still picture. If the movie is recorded in the record mode other than MPEG4/SHQ, this cannot be selected. EXIT Leaves the movie playback mode.
Press ac to select PLAYBACK, FRAME BY FRAME, CAPTURE or EXIT, then press e. When FRAME BY FRAME is selected
a : Displays the first frame of the movie. c : Displays the last frame of the movie. d : Displays the next frame. The movie can be played continuously by holding the button down. b : Displays the previous frame. The movie can be played continuously in reverse by holding the button down. e : Displays the MOVIE PLAYBACK menu.

00:00/00:36

If you selected CAPTURE
Play back the movie one frame at a MOVIE%PLAYBACK time until the frame you want to save PLAYBACK as a still picture is displayed. FRAME%BY%FRAME Press e. CAPtURE Press ac to select CAPTURE, then EXIt press e. SELECt GO Press ac to select OK, then press e. A still picture is created from the extracted movie frame and is displayed on the screen. TIPS Movies can also be played back in the shooting mode using QUICK VIEW. gQUICK VIEW (P.125) Pictures created from movies are saved in resolution. Pictures may appear grainier than still pictures of the same size. You cannot create an index if there is insufficient memory space on the card. The card access lamp blinks while the camera is reading the movie from the card. Reading of movies may take considerable time. Do not open the battery compartment/ card cover while the card access lamp is blinking, as this may cause not only the data on the card to be damaged, but may render the card unusable. When playing back movies shot in MPEG4 format, the following restrictions apply. The playback functions are slow to start. The movie does not play back smoothly in reverse. Movie frames are captured in 0.5-second intervals.

Ex. Playback mode

To turn INFO off, press e to display the top menu and press b again.

When INFO is ON

When INFO is OFF
If the picture has been taken with a different camera, setting INFO to ON in q mode may still not display all the information. If u is set, the histogram is displayed regardless of whether INFO is set to ON or OFF. If you are using a print service without DPOF, the specified file numbers are displayed when INFO is set to ON in q mode. gHow to print pictures (P.173)
Monitor/viewfinder brightness adjustment
This function lets you adjust the brightness of the monitor and viewfinder respectively.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU SETUP s, and press d.
Press ac to adjust the brightness while looking in the monitor or viewfinder, and when you have set the desired level, press e.
Pressing a brightens the monitor or viewfinder, and pressing c darkens it. Press e again to exit the menu.

REC VIEW

You can choose whether or not to display the picture you have just taken on the monitor. ON The picture being recorded to the card is displayed. This is useful for making a brief check of the picture you have just taken. Pressing the shutter button halfway during Rec View lets you resume shooting immediately. The picture being recorded to the card is not displayed. This is useful when you want to prepare for your next shot while the previous picture is being recorded.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU SETUP REC VIEW ON or OFF, and press e.

SLEEP Sleep Timer

The camera automatically enters the sleep mode and stops the operation when the preset time has elapsed with no operations performed. The camera activates again as soon as you touch the shutter button or arrow pad.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU SETUP SLEEP 30 SEC, 1 MIN, 3 MIN, 5 MIN or 10 MIN, and press e.
The sleep mode is not activated when using the AC adapter. In q mode, the sleep mode is activated after 3 minutes regardless of the setting and the monitor turns off. If a slideshow lasts more than 30 minutes, the camera automatically enters the sleep mode and the monitor turns off.
You can set the kind of beep sound used for button operations or warnings. You can also set the volume of each kind of sound to LOW or HIGH. You can turn the sound off completely by setting OFF.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU SETUP 8, and press d.
Select 1 or 2 and press d. Then select LOW or HIGH and press e.

TIPS Picture size and printing The resolution of a computer/printer is generally based on the number of dots (pixels) per square 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. gRecord mode (P.106) 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. If there is not enough space in the card memory, you may not be able to enter the reservation data. CARD FULL will be displayed. You can make DPOF print reservations for up to 999 images per card. Even if an image appears with the message PICTURE ERROR, it may be possible to make print reservations. In this case, the print reservation icon (<) does not appear when the image is displayed for full view. < appears when multiple images are displayed (index display), allowing you to confirm the print reservation. Not all functions may be available on all printers, at all print shops, or at all photo labs. Some TIFF images cannot be printed. Print reservation may take considerable time when saving printing data to a card.

All-frame reservation

Use this feature to print all the pictures stored on the card. Select the desired number of prints and whether you want the date and time included.
Play back a still picture.
gViewing still pictures (P.124) You cannot make the print reservation for pictures with n.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU PLAY <, and press d.
gHow to use the menus (P.35) If print reservation data is already stored on the card, the < PRINT ORDER SETTING screen appears, giving you the choice of resetting the data or keeping it.

PRINt%ORDER

Press ac to select U, then press e. Press acto select < (number of prints) or X (date/ time), then press d.
Perform each setting as illustrated.

Select <.

* NO DAtE tIME

Select X.

Set the number of prints
Press ac to set the number of prints, then press e. a : Increases the number. c : Decreases the number.

Exiting direct printing

When you have finished printing, disconnect the camera from the printer.
In the PRINT MODE SELECT screen, select b.
The message is displayed.

TURN OFF THE POWER

Slide the power switch to OFF to turn the camera off.
Remove the USB cable from the camera.
Remove the USB cable from the printer.
If an error code is displayed
If an error code appears on the cameras monitor during direct print setting or printing, see the following table. For more details, refer to the printers instruction manual. Monitor indication NO CONNECTION Possible cause The camera is not connected to the printer correctly. There is no paper in the printer. Corrective action Disconnect the camera and connect it again correctly. Load some paper in the printer.

NO PAPER

The printer has run out of Replace the ink cartridge ink. in the printer. NO INK The paper is jammed. JAMMED Remove the jammed paper.

SETTINGS CHANGED

The printers paper Do not manipulate the cassette has been printer while making removed or the printer settings on the camera. has been manipulated while making settings on the camera. There is a problem with the printer and/or camera. Turn off camera and printer. Check the printer and remedy any problems before turning the power on again.

PRINT ERROR

TIPS If an error code other than those shown above is displayed, refer to Error codes (P.200).

Error codes

Monitor indication Possible cause Corrective action The card is not inserted, Insert a card or insert a different card. or it cannot be recognized. If the problem persists, format the card. If the card cannot be formatted, it cannot be used. There is a problem with the card. Writing to the card is prohibited. Use a different card. Insert a new card. The recorded image has been protected (read-only) on a PC. Download the image to a PC and cancel the read-only setting. Replace the card or erase unwanted pictures. Before erasing, download important images to a PC.

CARD ERROR

WRITEPROTECT

CARD FULL

The card is full. No more pictures, movies or information such as print reservations can be recorded. There are no pictures on the card. There is a problem with the selected picture and it cannot be played back on this camera. The battery compartment/card cover is open. The card is not formatted.

NO PICTURE

The card contains no pictures. Record pictures. Use image processing software to view the picture on a PC. If that cannot be done, the image file is damaged. Close the battery compartment/card cover.

PICTURE ERROR

Miscellaneous

CARD-COVER OPEN

CARD%SEtUP POWER%OFF FORMAt SELECt GO
Format the card. All data on the card is deleted.

Troubleshooting

Preparatory operations
Possible cause Corrective action Ref. page
The camera does not turn on or function buttons do not respond.
The power is off. The battery is exhausted. The battery is temporarily unable to function because of the cold. The camera is in the sleep mode. The camera is connected to a PC. Slide the power switch to K or n to turn the camera on. Charge the battery. Warm the battery by putting it in your pocket for a while. Operate the camera (press the shutter button or turn the zoom lever). The camera will not operate while it is connected to a PC. P.25 P.19

Shooting

No picture is taken when the shutter button is pressed.
The battery is exhausted. The camera is in the playback mode. The flash has not finished charging. Charge the battery. Slide the power switch to K or n. Remove your finger from the shutter button, and wait until the #(flash standby) indication stops blinking. Press the shutter button again. Erase unwanted pictures or insert a new card. Before erasing, download important images to a PC. Charge the battery. (Wait until the card access lamp turns off when flashing.) P.19 P.25 P.61

The card is full.

The battery ran out of power during shooting or while the images were being written to the card. (Monitor turns off or the battery check indicator blinks.)
P.17 P.200 Refer to Error codes.
The memory gauge is full. Wait until there is room in the memory gauge. There is a problem with the card.

Possible cause

Corrective action

Ref. page

The viewfinder does not turn on.
The monitor is turned on. Press f to turn the viewfinder on. P.51
The monitor does not turn on.
The viewfinder is turned on. Press f to turn the monitor on. P.51
The viewfinder or monitor is hard to see.
The diopter is not adjusted properly. There is condensation* inside the camera. The brightness of the viewfinder or monitor is not adjusted properly. The monitor is exposed to direct sunlight. Vertical lines appear in the viewfinder or on the monitor screen during shooting. Adjust the diopter so that the AF target mark is clearly visible. Wait until the camera dries before turning it on again. Select s in the mode menu tab and adjust the brightness. Block the sunlight with your hand or use the viewfinder. Aiming the camera at a bright subject in sunlight may cause vertical lines to appear on the screen. This is not a malfunction. P.32 P.161
The date recorded with the image data is wrong.
The date/time is not set. The camera has been left with the battery removed. Set the date/time. The clock adjustment is not factory-preset. If the camera is left for one day with the battery removed, the date/time setting is canceled. Set the date/time again. P.30 P.19, 30

The settings are returned to the factory default settings when the camera is turned off.
ALL RESET is set to ON. Select the SETUP tab in the mode menu and set ALL RESET to OFF. P.147
The picture is out of focus.
The subject was too close. Move further away from the subject. To take pictures closer than 7 cm (2.8") with the zoom in the maximum WIDE position, use the super macro mode. Use manual focus or focus lock to focus on the subject and then shoot. Turn the camera off and wait until it dries before turning it on again. P.90, 91
Auto focus is not possible. There is condensation* on the lens.

P.83, 54

The monitor goes off.
The camera is in the sleep mode. The power is turned off with the monitor off. Operate the camera (press the shutter button or turn the zoom lever). If ALL RESET in the mode menu is set to OFF, the camera settings before the power was turned off remain unchanged. Turn on the monitor, and turn off the power. P.25 P.51, 147

* Condensation:

When it is cold outside, the water vapor in the air is rapidly cooled and turns to droplets of water. Condensation occurs when the camera is suddenly taken from a cold place into a warm room.

The flash does not fire.

The flash was closed. The subject is illuminated. Auto bracketing is set. Press the flash button to make the flash pop up. If you want the flash to fire on a brightly illuminated subject, set the flash to fill-in mode. The flash does not fire in the auto bracketing mode. Set another mode in the DRIVE menu. The flash does not fire in the movie mode. Slide the power switch to K. The flash does not fire in the BLACK/WHITE BOARD mode. P.61 P.61
The camera is in the movie mode. FUNCTION is set to BLACK/WHITE BOARD.

P.56 P.102 P.91 P.98

Super macro mode is set. The flash does not fire in the super macro mode. Cancel the super macro mode. Panorama mode is set. The flash does not fire in the panorama mode. Cancel the panorama mode.
The battery run time is brief.
You are using the camera in a cold environment. The remaining battery power is not indicated correctly. Battery performance deteriorates in low temperatures. Keep the camera warm by putting it inside your coat or clothing. When battery consumption fluctuates considerably, the camera may turn off without displaying the battery warning indicator. Charge the battery.

P.17, 19

Playback of recorded images
A subject unsuited to AF was taken. The camera moved when the shutter button was pressed. The flash was closed in a lighting condition requiring use of the flash. The lens was dirty. Use manual focus or focus lock to focus on the subject and then shoot. Hold the camera correctly and press the shutter button gently. Press the flash button to make the flash pop up. Camera movement occurs easily with slower shutter speeds. Use a tripod, or set the flash to AUTO. 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. P.83, 54 P.33

Viewfinder and monitor:

Wipe gently with a soft cloth.
Blow dust off the lens with a commercially available blower, then wipe gently with a lens cleaner.
Wipe gently with a soft, dry cloth.
Storage When storing the camera for extended periods, remove the battery and card, and keep in a cool, dry place that is ventilated well. Periodically, replace the battery, and test camera functions.
Do not use strong solvents such as benzene or alcohol, or chemically treated cloth. Cleaning should be done only after the battery has been removed or the AC adapter has been disconnected. Mold may form on the lens surface if the lens is left dirty. Avoid leaving the camera in places where chemical products are handled since this may result in corrosion.
How to replace the battery (CR2025) of the remote control device
Turn the screw on the bottom of the remote control device counterclockwise to loosen.
Turn the remote control device over, and remove the cover. With the battery facing up, remove the old battery and insert a new battery (CR2025) as shown. Replace the cover, turn the remote control device over, and turn the screw on the bottom clockwise to tighten.
Do not apply excessive force to the remote control device. Never heat the remote control device or dispose of it in fire. The working temperature range for the remote control can be used is -10C to 40C (14F to 104F).

Specifications

Product type Recording system Still picture : Digital recording, TIFF (non-compression), JPEG (in accordance with Design rule for Camera File system (DCF)) : Digital camera (for shooting and displaying)
Applicable standards : Exif 2.2, Digital Print Order Format (DPOF), PRINT Image Matching II, PictBridge Sound with still pictures : Wave format Movie Memory Resolution : MPEG-4, QuickTime Motion JPEG support : xD-Picture Card (MB) : pixels pixels pixels pixels pixels pixels pixels pixels (ENLARGE SIZE: SHQ, HQ) (TIFF, SHQ, HQ) (3:2 TIFF, SHQ, HQ) (TIFF, SQ1) (TIFF, SQ1) (TIFF, SQ1) (TIFF, SQ2) (TIFF, SQ2)
No. of storable pictures when using a 16 MB : Approx. card (without sound) Approx. Approx. Approx. Approx. 1 frame (TIFF: 2288 1712) 5 frames (SHQ: 2288 1712) 16 frames (HQ : 2288 1712) 49 frames (SQ1 : NORMAL) 165 frames (SQ2: NORMAL)

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Windows Compatibility for Digital Products Windows compatibility with Olympus digital products is supplied below by model. This information will be updated as additional testing is completed. Windows Compatibility For Camedia Master Software Versions Software Version Remarks Camedia Master 4.3 Windows 98, 98SE, 2000, ME, and XP are fully supported with Camedia Master 4.3 Camedia Master 4.2 Windows 98, 98SE, 2000, ME, and XP are fully supported with Camedia Master 4.2 Camedia Master 4.1 Windows 98, 2000, ME, and XP are fully supported with Camedia Master 4.1 Camedia Master 4.0 Windows 98, 2000, ME, and XP are fully supported with Camedia Master 4.0. In order to use the drag and drop functionality in Windows XP you will need to download and install the Camedia Master 2.51 patch for Windows XP compatibility located at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/cm251_update.exe This patch will not work on any Camedia Master 2.5 other operating system. While you can download images using Camedia Master 2.0, you may experience incompatibilities when using the drag and drop Camedia Master 2.0 feature in Windows 98, 2000, ME, and XP. Digital Vision 3.0 The Digital Vision 3.0 software is functio nal but not officially supported with Windows 98, 2000, ME, and XP.

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Last updated on July 14, 2004
Model C-755 Zoom C-725 Zoom C-8080 Wide Zoom C-765 Ultra Zoom C-770 Ultra Zoom * C-725 Ultra Zoom Stylus 410 Digital D-540 Zoom D-575 Zoom Ferrari AZ-1 Stylus 300 Digital Stylus 400 Digital Stylus 410 Digital D-390 D-560 Zoom D-565 Zoom D-580 Zoom C-740 Ultra Zoom C-750 Ultra Zoom C-5000 Zoom C-5060 Wide Zoom
Windows Compatibility For Auto Connect USB Digital Cameras Original Software Remarks

Camedia 4.2

The C-770 Ultra Zoom is shipped with Camedia Master 4.2SE. Ferrari AZ-1 ships with Camedia master 4.2 with the Fo.rmula 1 World Champion 1999-2003 Photo Collection.

Camedia 4.1

Olympus autoconnect USB Digital cameras are designed under USB storage-class specifications. This means that the camera's driver is included and automatically installed with Windows. Autoconnect USB cameras are recognized by Windows 2000, ME, and XP as a separate drive, which is listed as a "Removable Disk Drive". It is also assigned it's own unique drive letter in addition to your C drive and any other drive you may have. Because it is a separate drive, the Camedia Software is not necessary to download images. You can easily drag and drop images directly from the camera's assigned drive to any folder on your computer. *** See the Windows 98, 2000, ME, and XP Camedia version Compatibility Chart for further details regarding software compatibility.

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D-380 D-520 Zoom D-550 Zoom C-50 Zoom C-720 Ultra Zoom C-730 Ultra Zoom C-4000 Zoom C-5050 Zoom
Windows 98 users need to download and install the driver located at: http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/AutoConnDriv_Win98SE.exe. Camedia 4.0
Windows Compatibility Chart For Auto Connect USB Digital Cameras (continued) Model Brio D-100 Brio D-230 Brio D-150 Zoom D-370 D-510 Zoom D-40 Zoom C-700 Zoom C-2040 C-3020 C-3040 C-4040 Zoom E-100 RS E-10 E-20N Original Software Remarks

Camedia 2.0-2.5

Autoconnect USB cameras are recognized by Windows 2000, ME, and XP as a separate drive, which is listed as a "Removable Disk Drive". Because it is a separate drive, the Camedia Software is optional to download images. You can easily drag and drop images directly from the camera's assigned drive to any folder on your computer. *** See the Windows Windows 98, 2000, ME, and XP Camedia version Compatibility Chart for further details regarding software compatibility. Windows 98 users need to download and install the Autoconnect USB driver located at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/AutoConnDriv_Win98SE.exe.

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Windows Compatibility Chart For Standard USB Digital Cameras Model C-211 Zoom C-2100 Zoom C-3000 Zoom C-3030 Zoom Original Software Remarks Olympus standard USB digital cameras require installation of Windows 2000 USB device driver before 2000, ME, and XP can recognize the camera. The driver is located on the Camedia Master CD, or it can be downloaded at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/win2000.exe. Windows 98 users need to download and install the Standard USB driver located at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/Win_98.exe Windows Compatibility Chart For Serial Port Digital Cameras Original Software Remarks

Camedia Master 2.0-2.5

Model D-320L D-340L D-360L D-340R D-500 D-600 D-620L D-400 D-450 D-460 D-490 Zoom C-2000 C-2020 Zoom C-2500L C-21
Olympus Serial Port Digital Cameras can connect using Windows 98, 2000, ME, Digital Vision 3.0 - Camedia Master and XP but require Camedia Master 2.51, or Camedia Master 4.x to download 2.0 images.

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Windows Compatibility For Digital Camera Accessories Accessory Flashpath Adapter Model MAFP-1 MAFP-2 Remarks The Windows 2000/XP Driver for the Flashpath Adapters can be installed using the download located at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/FP_Win2kXP.exe. The Windows 95/98/ME Driver for the Flashpath Adapters can be installed using the download located at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/FP-Win9x_ME.exe The Windows XP operating system includes and will automatically install the necessary drivers for the PC Card Adapters. The Windows XP Driver for the MAUSB-1 USB Reader/Writer can be installed using the driver located at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/MAUSB_1_WinXP.exe. MAUSB-1 The Windows 98/2000/ME Driver for the MAUSB-1 USB Reader/Writer can be installed using the driver located at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/MAUSB1.exe MAUSB-4W The Windows Driver for the MAUSB-4W USB Reader/Writer can be installed using the driver located at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/MAUSB4W_XP.exe The Windows ME and XP operating systems include and will automatically install the necessary drivers for the MAUSB-5W USB Reader/Writer. MAUSB-5W The Windows 98 Driver for the MAUSB-5W USB Reader/Writer can be installed using the driver located at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/MAUSB5W_98.exe The Windows 2000 Driver for the MAUSB-5W USB Reader/Writer can be installed using the driver located at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/MAUSB5W_2K.exe MAUSB-10 The Windows Driver for the MAUSB-10 USB Reader/Writer can be installed using the driver located at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/MAUSB10_Win.exe
MA-1E PC Card Adapter MA-2E MAPC-10 USB Reader/ Writer

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MAUSB-100
The Windows ME/2000/XP operating system includes and will automatically install the necessary drivers for the MAUSB-100 Reader/Writer. Windows 98 drivers are provided on the CD supplied with the MAUSB-100. The device is USB 2.0 Compatible.

Microtech Zio! The Windows XP driver for the Microtech Zio! Reader can be downloaded from Reader http://www.microtechint.com/downloads. xD Compact Flash Adapter MACF-10 The Windows XP operating system includes and will automatically install the necessary drivers for the xD Compact Flash Adapter.
Windows Compatibility For Photo Printers Model P-440 P-400 P-10 P-300 P-330N P-330 P-200 The Windows 98/ME/NT compatible driver can be downloaded at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/p400_Win98MENT.exe. The Windows 98/ME/2000/XP; Mac OS 10.2 to 10.3.x. Windows drivers are included on the CD supplied with the printer, Mac drivers were developed July, 2004 and are available on the web. The Windows 95/98/ME compatible driver can be downloaded at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/p300_win_95.exe The Windows 95/98/ME compatible driver can be downloaded at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/P330N_98.exe. Please contact Olympus Digital Technical Support for more information. Remarks The Windows 98/ME/2000/XP compatible driver can be downloaded at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/P440-Windows-98Me-2000-XP.exe The Windows 2000/ XP compatible driver can be downloaded at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/p400_win2000XP.exe

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DIGITAL TECHNICAL SUPPORT CONSUMER PRODUCTS GROUP ( ) 3- 8 Windows Compatibility For 8Digital 4Voice Recorders
Model DS-660 W-10 DM-10 DM-20 DW-90 DS-2000 DS-2200 DS-3000 DS-4000 VN-240PC DS-330

Remarks

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These digital voice recorders are compatible with all Windows based operating systems.
These digital voice recorders are compatible with Windows 98, ME, 2000, and XP.
These digital voice recorders are compatible with Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP and NT with Service Pack 4. To download files from the D-1000 to a computer with Windows NT, the optional Miniature Card Reader is required. The driver for the Miniature Card Reader is located at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/minicardnt.zip.
D-1000 To download files from the D-1000 to a laptop with Windows 95 or 98, the optional PC Card Adapter is required. The driver for the PC Card Adapter is located at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/pccard98.zip These digital voice recorders are compatible with Windows 95, 98 and NT with Service Pack 4. The DM-1 cannot connect to the Windows 95, 98, or NT operating system. The latest version of Musicmatch and the Olympus DM-1 plug in can be downloaded at http://www.musicmatch.com. We recommend downloading and installing the "DM-1 SmartMedia Update for Windows 2000/XP at http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/DM1SmartMediaupdate_2000XP.exe. V-90 VN-90 VN-900 VN-180 VN-1800 VN-3600

DS-150

These stand-alone Digital Voice recorders cannot connect to a computer.

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