The Olympus Evolt E300 takes great shots right out of the Box, but understanding the controls and features of the camera can really unleash its potential. This video explains how the camera's controls are designed to work together to capture the best image under all conditions. Each subject is contained in a separate chapter, so you can proceed at your own pace and later come back to an individual topic. Cut weeks or months off your learning curve. This DVD not only gets you up and running w... Read more
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Part Numbers: BC104, DVD: Training DVD, DVIE300
UPC: 0186102000022, 186102000022
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Olympus E-300 Digital Camera, size: 6.3 MB
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User reviews and opinions
|ptomsic||7:05am on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010|
|Quality, looks professional, extras that come with it Bit hard to figure it out how to use it at first|
|sas||6:05am on Wednesday, October 13th, 2010|
|Like other digital SLRs because Olympus has eliminated the bulky pentaprism found on the top of traditional SLR cameras. Of 8 megapixels and Kodak, Olympus employs ultrasound exclusive Dust Reduction system created for professionals in E-1 SLR-organism. Olympus E300 rubber handle give you a very great feel, the little protuberance make it just right. Thumb handle also has a rubber.|
|foxcole||1:00am on Thursday, September 30th, 2010|
|The photo is superb. No regret problem when u want to take a picture at night or in the dark|
|hop-frog||6:52am on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010|
|You wrote: "The only thing I hope it has is the feature to use LCD instead of just viewfinder when taking picture. I love it. The only thing I hope it has is the feature to use LCD instead of just viewfinder when taking picture.|
|DonttPanic||10:31am on Friday, September 10th, 2010|
|I love it. I use this camera with 14-54 and 40-150/3.5-4.5, but also with macro 50/2. Great performance. Noise. I like it. Not so much.|
|JoshuaNewman||8:24pm on Thursday, May 27th, 2010|
|Awesome picture quality, rugged construction, superior optics and the amazing dust-buster! Can be somewhat shaky on exposures.|
|benito80||9:07pm on Sunday, April 25th, 2010|
|The E-300 is ok, and has an odd look about it, but the images are uninspiring...as is the handling. If you want old Kodak-sensor Oly... Compared to some others I know it was a bit expensive at the time a bought it, but I consider it a very nice medium size reflex camera.|
|RS||5:25am on Tuesday, April 20th, 2010|
|i love it :) umm i love it!! The E300 has given me perfect results every time Reasonable price, feels and looks solid.|
|as70||9:22am on Sunday, April 11th, 2010|
|I bought this camera for the freelance photog... Live View, Super Sonic Wave Filter, swivel LCD, lightweight.|
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04.10.22 10:34 AM
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.
Quick Start Guide (this document) Getting started with your digital camera. Quick Reference Guide (reverse side of this document) Quick guide to using common features and functions. Advanced Manual Detailed instructions on all camera features and functions. Software Installation Guide (Separate document on OLYMPUS Master CD-ROM) Detailed instructions on installing OLYMPUS Master software.
Lithium ion battery (BLM-1)
Lithium ion battery charger (BCM-2)
CD-ROM (OLYMPUS Master)
The following items are also included in this package: body cap, eyepiece cover, Quick Start Guide, Advanced Manual, warranty card and registration card.
CHARGE AND INSERT THE BATTERY
a. Attach the battery to the charger.
Charging indicator Red : Charging Green : Charging completed Connect the AC cable. Charger Align the battery with the arrow. Remove the protection cap from the battery.
INSERT THE COMPACT FLASH
ATTACH THE STRAP
Strap eyelet Ring
To the AC wall outlet
This camera can use a Compact Flash or Microdrive (optional). An xD-Picture Card can also be used with a card adapter (optional). a. Insert the card fully with the mark side facing toward the monitor side (the cameras rear side) as illustrated. b. Close the card cover.
a. Thread one end of the strap through the strap eyelet on the camera. b. Thread the end of the strap through the ring, then thread it through the stopper as indicated by the arrows. c. Thread the strap back through the other hole of the stopper. d. Pull the other side of the strap tight, making sure that it is fastened securely. e. Repeat steps a. - d. to attach the other end of the strap to the other eyelet.
b. Slide the battery compartment lock to and open the battery compartment cover. Load the battery as shown in the illustration. Unloading the battery: Tilt the camera while holding in the battery. Carefully remove the battery without dropping it. c. Slide the battery compartment lock to.
Mark Eject button
ATTACH A LENS
TURN ON THE CAMERA
Set the mode dial to P.
Set the power switch to ON.
SET THE DATE AND TIME
a. Remove the body cap from the camera.
a. With the camera on, press the MENU button. b. Press Press to select the 2 tab, then press to select , then press.
CARD SETUP DRIVE 0.0
CANCEL MENU SELECT
b. Remove the rear cap from the lens.
c. Align the lens attachment mark (red) on the camera with the alignment mark (red) on the lens, then insert the lens into the cameras body. Rotate the lens clockwise until you hear it click. d. Remove the lens cap. lens.
Lens attachment mark (Red) Alignment mark (Red)
While looking though the viewfinder, rotate the diopter adjustment dial little by little. When you can see the AF frame clearly, adjustment is complete.
c. Press press.
to select the date format, then
d. Press to set each item and press move to the next item.
ALL RESET FILE NAME REC VIEW
AUTO ON OFF
e. Press the OK button when you have finished entering the date and time.
2004. 01. 01
00 : 00
CANCEL MENU SELECT GO
Lens cap Viewfinder
TAKING A PICTURE
REVIEWING AND ERASING A PICTURE
CONNECTING THE CAMERA TO A COMPUTER
a. Place the AF frame on the subject while viewing through the viewfinder. b. Press and hold the shutter button halfway to lock the focus and exposure, then press the shutter button completely to take the picture.
AF frame Shutter button
a. Press the (playback mode) button. The last picture taken is displayed. b. Use the arrow pad to select images you want to view. c. To return to the shooting mode, press the shutter button halfway.
a. Make sure the camera is off. b. Connect the camera to the computer using the USB cable (included). Set the cameras power switch to ON.
ERASING A PICTURE a. Select the picture you want to erase and press. b. Press to select YES, then press the OK button.
to select PC. Press the OK button.
PC PRINT EXIT
VERIFY CAMERA CONNECTION
ABOUT THE CD-ROM DISC & ADVANCED MANUAL
INSTALLING THE CAMERA SOFTWARE
WINDOWS: a. From the desktop (Start menu for XP), open My Computer.
Youve now mastered the basic functionality of your new Olympus Digital Camera! You are now 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! OLYMPUS Master software: To 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. Advanced Manual: This manual contains detailed instructions on the cameras features and functions which are not covered Quick Start/Quick Reference Guides.
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.
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b. Verify that the Removable Disk icon representing the camera is displayed. MACINTOSH: a. Verify that the untitiled (or NO_NAME) icon representing the camera is displayed.
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 Reference Guide
CAMERA DIAGRAM AND CONTROLS
Monitor Viewfinder (Flash mode) button WB (White balance) button MENU button (Playback) button (Flash) switch AEL button Flash Strap eyelet
Diopter adjustment dia
USB connector (AF frame selection) button Card access lamp Arrow pad
OK/ (Protect) button ISO button (Metering) button (Exposure compensation) button AF button
Mirror Self-timer/ Remote control lamp/Remote control receiver
1. Camera Diagram and Controls 2. How to use the mode dial 3. How to use the buttons and control dial 4. How to Use the Autofocus 5. Flash Modes 6. Image Quality Modes 7. Viewing Pictures on a TV 8. How to Erase All Pictures. 9. E-mailing a Picture 10. Printing a Picture
(Record mode) button (Erase) button INFO (Information display) button
Lens lock pin Lens release button
Mount (Attach the lens after removing the body cap from the camera to prevent dust and dirt from entering the camera body.)
VIDEO OUT jack Connector cover
Lens attachment mark
Control dial Mode dial Power switch
Battery compartment lock
Shutter button SSWF indicator
Battery compartment cover
Card slot Tripod socket Eject button
HOW TO USE THE MODE DIAL
P Program shooting Allows you to shoot using an aperture and shutter speed that the camera sets. A Aperture priority shooting Allows you to set the aperture manually. The camera sets the shutter speed automatically. S Shutter priority shooting Allows you to set the shutter speed manually. The camera sets the aperture automatically. M Manual shooting Allows you to set the aperture and shutter speed manually. PORTRAIT Suitable for shooting a portrait-style image of a person. LANDSCAPE Suitable for shooting landscapes and other outdoor scenes. MACRO Suitable for taking close-up pictures (macro shooting). SPORT Suitable for capturing fast-moving action without blurring. NIGHT SCENE Suitable for shooting images of outdoor scenes in the evening or at night. SCENE More than 10 different shooting modes are available to suit a wide range of shooting situations. When the mode dial is set to this mode, the shooting mode selection screen is displayed.
HOW TO USE THE BUTTONS AND CONTROL DIAL
This camera has a variety of functions to enable you to optimize settings for various shooting conditions. You can set the functions using the buttons and the control dial while viewing the monitor. (Exposure compensation) button : Sets the exposure compensation value. WB (White balance) button : Selects the white balance appropriate to the light source from the following options: Auto, preset white balance settings, customized white balance settings or registered white balance. (Record mode) button : Selects image quality. (AF frame selection) button : Selects the AF frame, allowing you to perform multiple AF or to perform AF using one of the 3 frames. ISO button : Sets the ISO sensitivity. (Metering) button : Selects the metering mode. AF (focus mode) button : Selects the focus mode. (Flash mode) button : Selects a flash mode from auto-flash, red-eye reduction flash, slow synchronization or fill-in flash.
a. Press the button for the function you want to set. The selected function indicator lights in green. b. Rotate the control dial to select the setting. The selection is complete after a few seconds. The indicator is turned off. Other buttons (Erase) button : Erases unwanted images.
S-AF FOCUS AF ILLUMINATOR
HQ 3264 2448
INFO (Information display) button : Shooting : Displays shooting information on the control panel screen. Playback : Displays shooting information or histogram of the recorded image. Each time this button is pressed, the information display is changed. (flash) switch : Raises the flash. AEL button : Locks the exposure. (Playback mode) button : Plays back images on the monitor. MENU button : Displays the menu. OK/ (Protect) button : Shooting : Allows you to use the function that you previously assigned to the menus CUSTOM OK. Playback : Protects images from being accidentally erased.
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 file 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.
Image becomes clearer Number of pixels increases (Number of storable pictures decreases) Quality (Compression) Application Number of pixels Select for the print size 3254 x x x x x x x 480 Noncompression 1/1 TIFF Low compression 1/2.7 SHQ High compression 1/4 High compression 1/8 HQ
a. While positioning the AF frame over the subject, press and hold the shutter button halfway.
b. The AF confirmation mark indicating that the focus and exposure are locked remains lit as long as the shutter button is kept depressed.
AF confirmation mark
c. Press the shutter button completely to take the picture.
Auto-flash - The camera decides if the flash is needed. Red-eye reduction flash - Reduces the incidence of red-eye by emitting pre-flashes to shrink pupil size before taking the picture. SLOW Slow synchronization (1st curtain) - The flash fires right after the shutter fully opens. SLOW2 Slow synchronization (2nd curtain) - 2nd curtain flash fires just before the shutter closes. Slow synchronization + Red-eye reduction flash - This mode is for SLOW when you want to use slow synchronization, yet also reduce the redeye phenomenon. Fill-in flash - The flash always fires. Suitable for taking subjects lit from behind by strong light. Fill-in flash + Red-eye reduction flash - This mode makes it possible to fire the flash regardless of the light conditions and also to reduce red-eye phenomenon. Fill-in flash + Slow synchronization (2nd curtain) - The flash fires regardless of the light conditions at the timing of the 2nd curtain. Flash off - The flash is turned off. Suitable for when flash photography is not permitted.
For smallsized print and website
VIEWING PICTURES ON A TV
HOW TO ERASE ALL PICTURES
WARNING - PERFORMING THESE STEPS WILL DELETE ALL PICTURES STORED IN YOUR CAMERA!
E-MAILING A PICTURE
a. Turn the camera and TV off, and connect the video cable as illustrated. b. Turn on the TV and set it to the video input mode. For details on switching to the video input mode, refer to the TVs instruction manual. c. Turn the camera on and press the (playback mode) buttton. Note: If the pictures are not displayed, consult your TV manual to set up the video source.
a. Press the
(playback mode) button. to select ,
CARD SETUP ALL ERASE
b. Press the MENU button. Press then press. c. Press
Using the OLYMPUS Master software (included), you can share your pictures with others by using the built-in e-mail feature.
to select CARD SETUP, then press to select ALL ERASE, then press the
d. Press OK button. e. Press
VIDEO OUT jack
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.
to select YES, then press OK.
ALL ERASE YES NO
At this time, you can resize your pictures making them more manageable to email. This helps you to stay within the e-mail capacity limitations set by your email provider.
Video input terminal
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.
PRINTING A PICTURE
What you can do with OLYMPUS Master software
The provided software CD includes OLYMPUS Master
2 Corporate Center Drive, PO Box 9058, Melville, NY 11747-9058 Technical Support (USA): 24/7 online automated help: http://www.olympusamerica.com/E1 Phone customer support: 1-800-260-1625 (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://www.olympus.com/digital
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 the Advanced Manual.
software for viewing and editing images. Once installed, you can take advantage of viewing and |editing your images as shown below. For information on how to use OLYMPUS Master software, see Help after installation. Install OLYMPUS Master on your computer from the provided CD-ROM. OLYMPUS Master allows you to register as the cameras owner. Doing so will enable you to receive information on software or firmware upgrades from Olympus.
ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 7-14mm 1:4.0 Wide Zoom (Top Pro Lens)
ZUIKO DIGITAL 11-22mm 1:2.8-3.5 Wide Zoom (Pro Lens)
ZUIKO DIGITAL 14-45mm 1:3.5-5.6 Standard Zoom (Standard Lens)
ZUIKO DIGITAL 14-54mm 1:2.8-3.5 Standard Zoom (Pro Lens)
ZUIKO DIGITAL 17.5-45mm 1:3.5-5.6 Standard Zoom (Standard Lens)
(only available in special kit)
ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 18-180mm 1:3.5-6.3 Super Zoom (10x) (Standard Lens)
ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 35-100mm 1:2.0 Telephoto Zoom (Top Pro Lens)
ZUIKO DIGITAL 40-150mm 1:3.5-4.5 Telephoto Zoom (Standard Lens)
ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 50-200mm 1:2.8-3.5 Telephoto Zoom (Pro Lens)
ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 90-250mm 1:2.8 Telephoto Zoom (Top Pro Lens)
Extension Tube Tele Converter*1
Extension Tube Tele Converter*1 Twin Flash
with adapter ring 52mm to 67mm/72mm
with adapter ring 62mm to 67mm/72mm
Extension Tube Tele Converter*2
with adapter ring 58mm to-67mm/72mm
Extension Tube Tele Converter
with adapter ring 58mm to 67mm/72mm
Digital SLR Cameras
ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 8mm 1:3.5 Fisheye Lens (Pro Lens)
ZUIKO DIGITAL 35mm 1:3.5 Macro Lens (Standard Lens)
ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 50mm 1:2.0 Macro Lens (Pro Lens)
ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 150mm 1:2.0 Fix Focal Lens (Top Pro Lens)
ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 300mm 1:2.8 Fix Focal Lens (Top Pro Lens)
inclusive Drop in Filter set
*1 Only with MF *2 Recommended max. aperture 1:4.0
EX-25 Extension Tube
EC-14 Tele Converter
VA-1 Angle Finder
EP-5 Big Eyecup
EP-6 Big Eyecup
FS-1 / 2 FocusingScreen
RM-1 Remote Control
RM-CB1*3 Remote Cable
PT-E01 Underwater Case
*3 not for E-500, E-300 with HLD-3
(only for E-300)
Hot Shoe SRF-11 Ring Flash Set (incl. FC-1 / RF-11)
FL-CB05 Flash Cable
FL-36 System Flash
FL-50 System Flash
RF-11 Ring Flash
AC-1 AC Adapter
(only for E-1/E-300)
BLM-1 Li-ion Battery Pack
HLD-2 Power Battery Holder (only for E-1)
HLD-3 Power Battery Holder (for two BLM-1)
GS-2 Grip Strap
(for HLD-2, HLD-3, FP-1)
FC-1 Macro Flash Controller RG-1*4 Remote Grip Cable
FR-1 Flash Adapter Ring for 35/50mm Macro TF-22 Twin Flash LBH-1 Li-ion Battery Holder
(for 3x CR123A)
FP-1 Flash Power Grip (incl. FL-CB02) HV-1 High Voltage Pack BN-1 Ni-MH Battery Pack AC-2 AC Adapter
BCM-1 Li-ion Battery Charger
BCM-2 Li-ion Battery Charger
BLL-1 Li-ion Battery Pack (only for E-1)
BCL-1 Li-ion Battery Charger (only for E-1)
FL-CB02 Flash Cable
*4 E-1, E-300 with HLD-3, E-500 no realease via FP-1
SHV-1 Flash High Voltage Set (incl. HV-1 / BN-1 / AC-2)
STF-22 Twin Flash Set (incl. FC-1 / TF-22)
SHLD-2 (only for E-1) Power Battery Holder Set (incl. HLD-2 + BLL-1 + BCL-1)
Specifications and appearances are subject to change without any notice or obligation on the part of the manufacturer.
The Olympus Evolt E300 takes great shots right out of the Box, but understanding the controls and features of the camera can really unleash its potential. This video explains how the camera's controls are designed to work together to capture the best image under all conditions. Each subject is contained in a separate chapter, so you can proceed at your own pace and later come back to an individual topic. Cut weeks or months off your learning curve. This DVD not only gets you up and running with confidence, it does it in about ninety minutes! Take better pictures than you ever dreamed possible. You'll come back to this video again and again. Topics Include Simplifying the Camera Controls Digital Vari-Programs Autofocus Brackets and Modes Exposure Modes Shutter Priority Modes Aperture Priority / Depth of Field Exposure Compensation ISO Understanding Histograms Custom Settings Menu White Balance / Color Temperature RAW (NEF) Files Software Tools; Picture Project, Photoshop Elements Composition Printing your Favorite Photos And Much More
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