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|AnimalHarborVolunteer||6:49pm on Friday, October 22nd, 2010|
|I owned one of these for a few months, a few months ago. I was curious as to how it compared with modern cameras. My first digital camera. I am satisfied about the possibilities. not quick with compact flash card Owned mine now for over 2 years and have considered changing to an SLR but with all the potential problems of dust on the imager I am not so sure.|
|ryanrad||3:36pm on Thursday, September 16th, 2010|
|Of cool, neat-looking, ergonomic gadgets, Olympus Camedia E 20 ranks right up there with the iPod and iPhone. The Olympus Camedia E 20 is a stylish.|
|Linuxhippy||9:21pm on Friday, July 9th, 2010|
|Monaural earphones These earphones are fairly good for the price. I have a hearing problem to start with,so that may account for my 3 rating.|
|evilnick||7:21pm on Friday, May 14th, 2010|
|This is a real Pro level camera and has all the functions and picture qualitys of the Pro cameras.... This is a real Pro level camera and has all t... Have excellent picture quality. Resale value is HIGH Heavy and expensive This is a great camera, for those who can afford it. I have used it for the last year and it is great for portraits and catching beautiful scenery.|
|bartgymnast||5:05pm on Friday, May 14th, 2010|
|camera nice to look at, seal in resin for a nice $3,000 paperweight. Auto-focus malfunction since purchase. Camera painfully slow disk writing. I have used this model in a professional capacity for over a year now, mainly for shooting high school sports (both indoor and outdoor).|
|SteveTrimble||5:27am on Friday, May 7th, 2010|
|looks,feels, functions like a pro camera only 4 power zoom professional quality for beginners, easy to use lots of features, takes time to learn, short battery life professional quality for beginners, easy to use lots of features, takes time to learn, short battery life|
|shaddack||1:59am on Monday, May 3rd, 2010|
|Olympus Camedia E-20 continues to be one of the real powerhouses of the world digital photography Camedia E-20 SLR with built Multicoated elements wit...|
|xyb||10:07am on Saturday, May 1st, 2010|
|"This camera is really well equipped for the dollar. I compared to Cannon and Nikon and for your money, this one is the very best for price, features,...|
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Olympus E-20 SLR FAQs
Olympus E-20 Digital Camera Features and Benefits: Product Number: Shipping Date: Mid November 2001 Box Contents: * E-20N Camera * Lens Hood * Lens Cap * Video Cable * USB Auto-Connect Cable * Strap * 2 X LB-01 (CR-3V) Batteries * RM-1 Remote * 32 MB SmartMedia Card * User Registration Card * Limited Warranty (US/Canada/Latin America/South America) * QuickStart Guide * Basic Manual * Windows 98/98SE USB Driver installation Guide * Camedia Master 2.5 (Macintosh/Windows) * Adobe Photoshop Elements v1.0 (Macintosh /Windows) Olympus E-20N Digital Camera features and benefits * 5.0 megapixel, 2/3- inch RGB Interlaced CCD, 2240 x 1680 pixel image size delivers up to 11.4 Meg of image data. * Noise Reduction System - The noise reduction system allows for +/- 5-step sharpness and contrast control for clearer, more precise images. The camera compares similar images and uses that information to minimize background noise in pictures, even during long exposures or in low light conditions. * Automatic Pixel Mapping - Allows users to correct the rare occurrence of dead (black) pixels or stuck (white) pixels without returning the camera to service. * Setting menus have been added to the LCD monitor (viewfinder function priority display/exposure confirmation priority display * Return to 1:1 from magnified image playback image display can be performed with one action * Playback speed with magnified images has been improved. * Specifications changed so that RAW modes settings with the dial possible. * Limit of bulb mode shooting extended up to 8 minutes. * Manual mode shutter speed setting time extended to 60 sec. * Addition of a frame on the side cover to prevent accidentally pressing the exposure
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compensation button. * Addition of the CCD mode that allows switching between the Interlaced Scan mode and Progressive Scan mode. * 4x optical zoom lens (35-140mm equivalent in 35mm photography), f2.0 - f11, ED glass, 2 aspherical lens, multicoated elements is built to deliver the highest image quality of any lens built for a digital camera. * Focus and zoom rings on the lens barrel allow full manual control. * Fast and accurate dual focus system - IR-Active for initial focus and TTL passive focus for fine focus. * Macro, wide-angle, and telephoto add-on lenses (optional accessories) offer even more photographic focal length options. * Less than a 60 ms shutter lag time allows the photographer to instantly "capture the moment". * 32 MB SD-RAM buffer built- in allows 3 fps sequence mode up to 4 images with less than 1.2 second wait between sequences. * Variable tilt high resolution TFT LCD monitor allows the screen to be positioned to 20 degrees down, 0 degrees, and 90 degrees up. * Scene detecting iESP TTL Flash system allows the built- in flash and external FL-40 flash to produce accurate intelligent exposure even when the subject is off center in the photo. * Dual card slot for both SmartMedia and CompactFlash Type I II, and IBM Microdrive support offers maximum flexibility in storage choices. * SLR optical viewfinder with a bright focusing screen. Information and indicators are displayed inside the viewfinder. * Easy to reach dedicated function buttons on the camera permits fast access to changing important settings with out using the menus. * Heavy duty aluminum die-cast body and mirror housing (professional black color) means that the camera is rugged and built to last. * Durable shutter is built to withstand a 20,000 shot life cycle. * Dedicated TTL Hot-shoe (using the Olympus FL-40 flash) and a PC Sync socket for external flash connectivity. * Storage Class USB connectivity mounts as a standard hard drive permitting easy drag-n-drop downloads. * Optional Lithium Polymer (LiPO) battery and grip provides long lasting portable power. * $1,999 suggested street price. E-20N Specification Sheet: Model name Olympus CAMEDIA E-20N Professional Digital Camera Product Type Digital SLR Camera with 1.8 inch color TFT LCD monitor Memory 3V (3.3V) SmartMedia (SSFDC) Card (2M, 4M, 8M, 16M, 32M, 64M and 128MB) 3 V CompactFlash Type I, II and IBM Microdrive up to 1gig One 32 mb card included.
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Recording system Still Image: EXIF TIFF (non-compressed), EXIF JPEG, RAW (orf) DCF (design rule for Camera File system) Memory Card Storage Capacity (with supplied 32mb SmartMedia): TIFF 2560x1920 1:1 non-compressed 2-shots RAW 2560x1920 1:1 non-compressed 3-shots SHQ 2560x1920 1:2.7 EXIF JPEG 8-shots HQ 2560x1920 1:8 EXIF JPEG 20-shots SHQ (PS) 1792x1344 1:2.7 EXIF JPEG 17-shots SQ 1280x960 1:8 EXIF JPEG 94-shots Image pickup element 2/3 inch CCD/ xRGB 5 Million Pixel (Effective) Interlaced Scan Mode 2.5 Million Pixel (Effective) Progressive Scan Mode White balance Auto TTL, Preset Manual (3000, 3700, 4000, 4500, 5500, 6500, and 7500 degrees Kelvin) "One Touch" manual calibration Lens Olympus lens 9-36mm f2.0-2.4, (Equivalent to 35-140 mm lens on 35 mm camera).ED Glass Aspherical Zoom Lens (14 elements in 11 groups). Filter Size 62mm thread. Photometric system Digital- "ESP" Multi-Pattern metering system; Center-weighted and 1.2% Spot metering Exposure control Programmed auto exposure, Aperture priority, Shutter priority, Full Manual Program Auto: f2.0/2.4-11(2 sec to 1/640 IS) (2 sec to 1/4000 PS) Aperture priority: f2.0/2.4-11(2 sec to 1/640 IS) (2 sec to 1/4000 PS) Shutter priority: f2.0/2.4-11(2 sec to 1/640 IS) (2 sec to 1/4000 & 1/18000 PS) Manual: f2.0/2.4-11(Bulb, 60 sec to 1/640 IS) (Bulb, 60 sec to 1/4000 & 1/18000 PS), Bulb up to 8 minute exposure Exposure Compensation +/- 3 Steps EV by 1/3 stop settings Auto Bracketing 3 images +/- 3 Steps EV by 1/3, 2/3, and 1-stop settings Flash Exposure Compensation +/- 2 steps EV (FL-40 or Built in Flash) ISO Auto, user selectable, 80, 160, 320 equivalent ISO Focusing Dual AF (autofocus) TTL system (infrared and contrast detection) stepless Manual focus setting by focusing screen and lens barrel Camera setting for extension lenses Working range Auto and Manual focus: 23.6" - infinity: Macro mode: 8" - 23.6". Viewfinder Optical SLR viewfinder (Full Information: Aperture/Shutter Speed/Spot/Center Weighted/Digital ESP/+/-/AF/Flash) Focusing Screen (Shows Focus) LCD monitor 1.8 inch color TFT LCD (118,000 pixels) with brightness adjustment (made from Low- temperature poly-silicon) LCD adjustable 20, 0, 92 degrees. 95% accurate viewing area centered. Manual or Automatic LCD adjustment for display quality (auto shows brightest image, manual stops down due to aperture change for depth of field preview)
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Flash modes Built- in Flash: Auto-Flash (low-& back- light), Red-Eye Reduction Flash, Red-Eye Reduction Flash & Slow Synchronization, Fill- in Flash (forced on flash, built- in or external) Slow Synchronization (First-Curtain Sync effect, Second-Curtain Sync effect) Flash Off (built- in or external) Flash working range Wide; approx. 23.5" - 20.5', Tele; approximately 19.5" - 17' @ (ISO 80) Charging time for flash Less than 7 sec. (at normal temperature with new CR-3V batteries) Sequence mode 2.5 frames per second burst up to 4 frames in TIFF and JPEG modes 2.5 frames per second burst up to 3 frames in RAW 4.5 frames per sec burst up to 7 frames in the Progressive Scan mode JPEG TruePic Technology Available at all resolutions from SHQ-SQ Selftimer / Remote 12 second delay (selftimer)/3 sec. delay after (remote) RM-1 remote included Setting memorization User Set Outer Connector USB (Auto-Connect) interface, (NTSC) Video Out, DC input, RM-CB1 Remote Connector, PC Flash Connector, Hot-Shoe TTL (with FL-40 Flash) Operating environment Operation : 32F/0C - 104F/40C, 30 - 90 % Humidity Storage -4F/-20C -140F/ 60C, 10 - 90% Humidity Power Supply 4 x AA Ni- MH batteries / 2 x Lithium battery LB-01 (CR-V3); / 4 x AA Lithium batteries/Li-Po Battery with Optional Grip/4 x AA Ni- Cd batteries / Optional 7AU-AC adapter; Manganese batteries cannot be used. Date/Time/Calendar Simultaneous recording onto image data. Calendar Automatic up to year 2030 Dimensions 5" (128.5mm) (W) x 4.1" (103.5mm) (H) x 7" (161mm) (D) Weight 37-oz. (1056g) (without batteries and Compact Flash/SmartMedia Card) Question: Why does the Olympus E-20N have a built- in lens instead of having interchangeable lenses?. Answer: 1. The built- in lens "all- in-one" design is specifically matched to the CCD. Cameras offering interchangeable lenses are designed for 35mm film, which usually does not have sufficient resolution for a megapixel CCD sensor. 2. When interchangeable lenses are removed from the body, the CCD and internal mechanisms are exposed to dust in the environment. Contaminants are a much bigger problem on digital cameras since the CCD is much smaller that a 35mm film plane. 3. One of the primary reasons for using interchangeable lenses is for a wide variety of focal lengths. The E-20N contains a 4x optical zoom 9mm-36mm (35mm-140mm equivalent in 35mm photography) built- in lens. In addition, there are wide angle, telephoto and macro add-on lenses. This system offers great flexibility and will suit approximately 95% of most shooting needs. 4. Cost - Some interchangeable lenses cost as much as the E-20 camera itself.
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5. Other lenses that were originally designed for film cameras do not deliver same focal length on a film camera as a digital camera. For example, a wide-angle 28mm lens attached to a digital camera would only provide 56mm equivalence. Question: Can you use the IBM Microdrive with the E-20N came ra? Answer: Yes, the E-20N digital camera can use a type 1 or type 2 Compact Flash and the IBM Microdrive. Question: Why can you use the Microdrive on the E-20N and not the E-10 camera? Answer: The E-20N power supply circuitry is designed differently from the power supply circuitry of the E-10, enabling it to work with the IBM Microdrive. Question: What accessories lenses are available for the Olympus E-20N digital camera? Answer: Olympus offers the following add-on lens accessory options:. 1) MCON-35 Macro Extension Lens (equivalent to 1/4 life size, subject size that will fill the frame is approximately 1.4" x 1.9" f2.4 Tele/f2.0 Wide, 72mm filter size) minimum focusing distance - 4.75 inches. 2) WCON-08B Wide Extension Lens (equivalent to 28mm f2.0 in 35mm photography, 105mm filter size) minimum focusing distance - 3.6 inches 3) TCON-14B 1.45X Tele Extension Lens (equivalent to 200mm f2.4 in 35mm photography, 86mm filter size-tentative) minimum focusing distance -1 ft. 4) TCON-300S Tele Extension Lens (equivalent to 420mm f2.8 in 35mm photography, 49mm filter size) minimum focusing distance - minimum focusing distance - 3.9 ft. Question: What is the difference between the Interlace Scan (IS) mode and the Progressive Scan (PS) mode? Answer: The Interlace Scan (IS) mode the camera uses a mechanical shutter with shutter speeds up to 1/640th second. It also uses the maximum resolution that is possible with the CCD (5.0 MP). In the Progressive Scan (PS) mode the camera operates with the electronic shutter with shutter speeds up to 1/4000th second and a 1/18000 second shutter speed(1/18000 in Shutter or Manual Priority modes only). In this mode the resolution is reduced in half(2.5 MP).
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Question: What is the purpose of the RAW quality mode option in the Olympus E-20N camera? Answer: In the RAW mode, the image is compiled of raw data with no compression and no enhancing settings from the camera such as sharpness, contrast etc. It provides a higher dynamic range with the maximum image quality without being processed, so the user can apply his/her own changes to the file. The file will have a.ORF (Olympus Raw File) extension. It can be read using a supplied PhotoShop Plug- in or the Olympus Camedia 2.5 program. Question: Can you use filters with the Olympus E-20N camera?. Answer: Yes, the Olympus E-20N has a 62mm filter thread size. You can attach a standard 62mm lens filter directly on the lens. Color filters would not have an effect on the camera due to the auto white balance. Question: What type of batteries can be used with the Olympus E-20N Camera? Answer: You can use two LB-01E 3V lithium batteries, four B-01 4PE AA Ni- MH batteries (BU-40SU charger and batteries), four AA Ni- CD batteries, four AA Alkaline batteries the B-10LPB Lithium Polymer Battery or the New B-12LPB Lithium Polymer Battery. Please note: the B10LPB Lithium Polymer Battery, B-HLD10 Power Battery Holder and the B-20LPCE charger are included in the B-30 LBS kit, and the B-12LPB Lithium Polymer Battery, B-HLD10 Power Battery Holder and the B-20LPCE charger are included in the B-32 LBS kit. Question: How long do the batteries last? Answer: The Lithium batteries that are provided with the camera will supply approximately 200 images. The Ni-MH batteries will provide approximate 100 shots per charge. The B-10LPB Lithium Polymer battery will allow 500 - 700 shots per charge and can be recharged approximately 500 times. B-12LPB Lithium Polymer Battery will deliver twice the power allowing 1000- 1400 shots per charge and can be recharged approximately 500 times. The Alkaline batteries, although can be used, is not recommended due to very low battery life. Question: I am having a problem setting the year in the date/time feature on the E-20N. How do you set it? Answer: When setting the year portion of the date on the E-20N, there is two digits that need to be set separately. Please note: This was not the case with the E-10 camera.
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Question: Can I use my FL-40 flash off the E-20 camera and maintain full TTL settings? Answer: Yes, the FL-CB05 Shoe Mount TTL flash cable will allow full TTL capability with the FL-40 flash off camera. Question: How long is the new FL-CB05 Hot-shoe to Hot-shoe flash cable? Answer: The FL-CB05 Hot-shoe to Hot-shoe flash cable is approximately 3 feet (1 meter). Question: What is the file size at maximum resolution in TIFF quality mode? Answer: The file size in TIFF quality mode non-compressed at 2560x1920 resolution is approximately 15MB. Question: Why didn't I receive Photoshop Elements in with the purchase of my E-20 camera? Answer: Photoshop Elements is supplied in the box with the Olympus E-20N camera only. The software is not included with the E-20 (Olympus Japan model) or the E-20P (Olympus Europe model). Question: Can I zoom with the WCON or TCON lenses? Answer: No, the wide angle and telephoto extension lenses are specifically designed only to extend the focal length of the existing E-10/20N lens. Their specific purpose is to be a fixed focal length. Question: When I use my TCON 14B or TCON-300, my image appears in a small circle with black borders?. Answer: The focal length set on the camera is wrong. If you are using the TCON series extension lenses the focal length needs to be set at full telephoto, 36mm. Question: When I am in macro mode and I use my onboard flash I get a black semi circle at the bottom of my images? Answer: The lens shade is blocking light from the built- in flash, remove the lens shade.
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Question: When I use the WCON-08B with the onboard flash I get a dark semi circle at the bottom of my images? Answer: The built- in flash cannot be used with the WCON-08B. The WCON-08B blocks the path of light from the built- in flash. Fix: An external flash should be used, for example, the FL-40 sits much higher, therefore the path of light is not blocked by the extension lens. Question: I noticed when I take pictures with my E-10/20N there are two black vertical lines on the left and right sides of the image. Answer: The lens shade is on wrong. The longer pedals of the lens shade are blocking the cameras field of view. Ask the customer if the lens shade is on properly Olympus Lens Hood LH-1 should be aligned at the top of the camera. Question: Why is the file size small when I shoot in TIFF resolution?. Answer: Ask the customer if they are adjusting the Image Quality correctly on the camera. The Image Quality is adjusted by pressing the Record Mode Button and turning the Sub Dial until you see TIFF display at the Control Panel. Question: When I adjust my Image Quality to SHQ, why does the display show TIFF on the monitor menu. Answer: TIFF will always show up on the monitor when you scroll to it. If you adjust the Image Quality on the monitor, it will remember your setting even if it shows TIFF when you scroll back to it at another time. Question: When I am outside taking pictures, I noticed that all my images are washed out with white light? First ask the customer if they have the camera on a tripod or if they are using the camera remotely. Second, ask if the customers eye is away from the viewfinder when taking pictures. Answer: Light is entering the viewfinder from the eyepiece and is effecting the cameras ability to expose properly. Fix: Close the eyepiece shutter.
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Question: When I am taking time exposure pictures at night, I noticed that all my images are washed out with white light? First ask the customer if they have the camera on a tripod or if they are using the camera remotely. Second, ask if the customers eye is away from the viewfinder when taking pictures. Answer: Light is entering the viewfinder eyepiece and is effecting the cameras ability to expose properly. Fix: Close the eyepiece shutter. Question: Why do my images come out dark when using my studio strobes? Answer: Ask the customer if they are using optical slave units to fire off the main strobes and if they are using the E-10/20N built in flash or FL-40. If so, explain that the E-10/20Ns flash fires a preflash before the main flash to determine exposure, white balance information. The sensor on the optical slave is seeing the first flash and is firing off the studio lights prematurely. Unfortunately the pre- flash function on the camera cannot be disabled. Fix: You will need to hardwire a sync cord directly from the Flash synchro socket on the camera to the studio strobe. If the customer does not want to be tethered by a sync cord, they can use a Radio Slave (Quantum Radio Slave or Pocket Wizard). Question: I have my E-10/20N hardwired to my studio strobe with a sync cord, why are they not firing? Answer: In most cases this is a polarity issue. Ask the customer if the studio strobe sync cord connection is a household type (looks like a regular two-prong AC outlet plug). Fix: Remove the plug, turn it 180 and plug the sync cord back in. Question: I do not have a household type connector on my studio flash system sync cord, what can I do? Answer: You will need to purchase a sync cord that will separate apart (usually at the middle) with a standard two-prong connector. Just simply disconnect the sync cord, turn it 180 and plug it in. (These cords can be purchased at www.paramountcords.com) Question: I switched the polarity, my studio strobes still do not fire. Answer: Could be a defective sync cord Fix: Have the customer check the sync cord by inserting a pen point to short out the center pin to the outer conductor. If the studio strobes do not fire, the sync cord is defective. If the studio
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strobes fire, have the customer hook the cord back into the camera and try a different aperture/shutter speed. If the studio strobes still do not fire, the camera needs to be sent in to Olympus for repair. Question: Should I be concerned about sync switching voltage from my studio strobes or flash units damaging my E-10/20N? Answer: No, the E-10/20N has a built in filter that protects the camera from high switching voltage. Question: I already have a safe sync adapter, can I use it on my E-10/20N. Answer: Yes, the use of safe sync adapters will not effect the camera's ability to provide the proper switching voltage. Question: Why do my exposures come out inconsistent when using my studio strobes in Program Mode? Answer: You cannot use the E-10/20N in Program Mode with studio strobes. Studio strobes are not compatible with TTL (Through The Lens) metering. You will need to set the Mode Dial to Manual Mode. Exposure is determined by flash output , ISO and the distance from flash to subject. Proper exposure can be determined with a flash meter. Question: I am having trouble in low light with auto-focus, what is wrong with my camera? Answer: All auto- focus sys tems need a fair amount of light or contrast to work efficiently. Fix: If possible, raise the ambient light if indoors. Search for an area within the desired focusing point with contrast to focus on. Question: Can I view my images directly on the computer as I am shooting? Answer: Unfortunately no, however images can be displayed instantly to a TV using the supplied video cable. Question: Can I rotate my images in camera or on the display to TV? Answer: No, images can be downloaded to a computer rotated in CamediaMaster and uploaded back to the camera to be viewed.
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Question: Why does it take so long for my E-20N to write to the media? Answer: Ask the customer if they have Noise Reduction on. Noise reduction is most effective with shutter speeds of of a second or longer. Question: If I purchase a high performance CompactFlash card for my E-10/20N, will it reduce the time writing to the media. Answer: No, the writing time is controlled by the camera, not by the Media. Question: I noticed on the base of my E-10/20N, there are two holes in front and behind the tripod socket, what are they used for? Answer: These holes are used for mounting the Support Arm for the TCON-300 Tele Extension Lens. The Support Arm has two pins that align to the holes at the camera's base. Question: When I install my AA sized batteries into the battery holder they do not fit properly, they appear to be too short? Answer: The E-10/20N battery holders are designed to fit the longer type CRV-3 lithium batteries and conventional sized AA NiMH batteries. Once installed into the battery compartment the AA sized batteries will make an electrical contact with the camera. Question: Can I recharge the CRV-3 batteries that come with the E-10/20N? Answer: No, the CRV-3 batteries that come supplied with the E-10/20N are disposable.
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ReadMe file for Olympus CAMEDIA Master 4.2 Update
Thank you for downloading the CAMEDIA Master Update version 4.2. The installer downloaded with this document will update CAMEDIA Master 4.0.x/4.1 to version 4.2. Please note CAMEDIA Master 4.0.x/4.1 must be installed on your system before you can install this update. For installation instructions and release notes, please read the remainder of this document. Release notes: CAMEDIA Master 4.2 patch is available for Mac OS 9, Mac OS X and Windows 98/ME/2000 Pro/XP. Please download the appropriate patch for your operating system. A previous version of CAMEDIA Master 4 must be installed on your system. This update includes the following: RAW development function added Supports RAW data for the Olympus C-8080WZ, C-5060WZ, E-10, E-20, E-1 Improved speed of RAW development engine. General maintenance update. Installation instructions: 1. Open the folder containing the downloaded file and Double-click the Setup icon. For Macintosh, you must double-click the.sit file to uncompress, before you can click the Installer icon. 2. Carefully read the license agreement and then click Accept if you agree with the terms and would like to continue the installation. 3. Click Continue to proceed with the update. 4. Click Update and then click Continue to complete the installation. 5. When the installation is finished, click Quit.
Revision History: March 8th, 2004 - CAMEDIA Master Update version 4.2 Includes above + revisions in previous updates June 5th, 2003 - CAMEDIA Master Update version 4.1 Supports PIM (Print Image Matching), EXIF Print, QuickTime 6.0
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