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ZOOM 140 ZOOM 140
Before using your camera, read this manual carefully to ensure correct use.
ZOOM 140 DLX
Thank you for purchasing an Olympus camera. Before you start to use your new camera, please read these instructions carefully to obtain optimum performance and a longer service life from the unit. Indicates circumstances under which mishandling resulting from ignoring this symbol could result in personal injury or property damage. KEEP THE BATTERIES AWAY FROM FIRE. NEVER TRY TO DISASSEMBLE, RECHARGE, OR SHORT CIRCUIT BATTERIES. NEVER ATTEMPT TO DISASSEMBLE THE CAMERA; IT CONTAINS A HIGH-VOLTAGE CIRCUIT. IF THE INTERNAL PARTS OF THE CAMERA ARE EXPOSED DUE TO DROPPING OR DAMAGE, REMOVE THE BATTERIES IMMEDIATELY TO PREVENT FURTHER USAGE. IN CASE OF MALFUNCTION, CONSULT YOUR NEAREST OLYMPUS DEALER OR OLYMPUS SERVICE CENTER.
We recommend that you take test shots to get accustomed to your camera before taking important photographs.
MAIN FEATURES Built-in 38mm ~ 140mm 3.7X zoom lens. Quartzdate or time imprinting.
Weatherproof. Remote control (optional). Versatile, easy-to-use functions Include spot metering, night scene, as well as various flash modes.
Symbols used in this manual:
Incorrect Operation order Indicator blinking
Next operation Automatic operation Attention
QUARTZ DATE/DLX model only
Manual operation Indicator on Depress halfway
Pay particular attention items in the instructions
enclosed in boxes. Product shown in the illustrations may be slightly different from the unit.
Names and functions of parts.. 6 Viewfinder display/LCD panel.. 8 Diopter adjustment... 9 Using the strap/soft case.. 9 Outline of operations... 10 Loading the battery... 13 Checking the battery... 14 Points to remember.. 15 Loading the film... 17 Taking pictures... 20 Using the Focus lock... 25 After Shooting... 27 Unloading the film... 28
Taking panorama pictures*.. 29 Using the flash modes... 33 Subjects that are difficult for Autofocus.. 41 Spot... 42 Selftimer... 44 Remote Control (optional).. 45 Correcting the data... 49 Printing the date and time.. 51 Questions and answers.. 52 Care and storage... 53 Caring for your weatherproof camera. 56 Battery handling... 58 Remote Control (optional) handling.. 60 Troubleshooting... 61 Specifications.. 68
QUARTZ DATE/DLX model only *DLX model only
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS
Shutter release button (p. 16.)
Zoom lever (p. 21.) Zooms in telephoto. Zooms out wide-angle.
Autofocus auxiliary light
Strap eyelet Light sensor Lens barrier Remote control sensor Lens Selftimer indicator
LCD panel (Date/time indicator) (p. 8.) Flash Selftimer/remote control button (p. 44/45.) Flash mode button (p. 33.)
Do not soil as this can cause blurred pictures. Wipe clean with a soft cloth.
Diopter adjustment dial (p. 9) Quartzdate mode buttons (p. 49.) Panorama switch* (p. 29.) Viewfinder (p. 8.) Back cover Mid-roll rewind button (p. 28.) Tripod socket Battery compartment cover
LOADING THE BATTERY
Close the lens barrier. Push OPEN to open the battery compartment cover
Insert the new battery correctly as shown and close the battery compartment cover tightly.
Use a 3 V lithium battery (DL 123A, CR123A, or equivalent.) About 15 rolls of film can be used with one new battery. (p. 52)
Read "Battery Handling" on page 58.
CHECKING THE BATTERY
Open the lens barrier as shown until you feel a click. Check the remaining battery power.
Meaning Battery is OK. You can shoot. Battery power is low and battery should be replaced. Battery is dead and should be replaced immediately.
lights (and turns off
blinks and other indicators on the LCD panel are displayed normally. blinks and other indicators on the LCD panel go out.
Note: Keep spare battery on hand when going on a long trip or a wedding or when using the camera in cold weather. Adjust the data every time the battery is replaced.
POINTS TO REMEMBER
Hold the Camera Correctly.
Correct. Hold the camera firmly with both hands while keeping elbows at sides to prevent the camera from shaking.
2. Correct. In the vertical position, hold the camera
with its flash positioned at the top.
Keep your fingers and the strap away from the lens, autofocus windows and flash. (p. 6)
Proper Shutter Release. Practice before loading the film. Depress the shutter release 1. halfway to lock the focus. button
Make sure The green lamp next to the viewfinder lights.
Depress the shutter release button fully to release the shutter and take the picture.
Cautions: Press the shutter release button gently. Avoid shaking the camera when pressing the shutter release button to prevent blurry pictures.
LOADING THE FILM
Slide the back cover release upward to open the back cover.
Do not touch the inside of the camera, especially the lens. If there is dust or dirt on the lens, remove it with a blower brush.
Insert the film cartridge, making sure the film is lying flat.
Notes: Use of ISO 400 film is recommended. When using non-DX-coded film, ISO 100 is automatically set.
Make sure the film is lying flat before closing
the back cover.
If the film is not lying flat as shown, the film may not advance to the first frame.
Caution: Do not touch the plastic parts near the take-up spool.
Align the film leader with the mark and close the back cover.
The film automatically advances to the first frame.
The film does not overlap any of the positioning
guides shown on the left.
Open the lens barrier until you feel a click.
The exposure counter on the LCD panel reads
If blinks in the exposure counter, as shown on the left, the film is improperly loaded. Reload the film.
Make sure The lens extends slightly, the flash pops up, and the LCD panel activates.
When the flash is held down, the two The display also goes out.
indicators next to the viewfinder blink. The camera will not activate.
Release the flash to reactivate the camera.
Aim the camera at your subject. Use the zoom lever for telephoto or wide
How to Use the Zoom Lever:
Telephoto: Pull the lever to the "T" side to zoom in. Maximum telephoto focal length: 140 mm Wide angle:
Push the lever to the "W" side to zoom out.
Maximum wide-angle focal length: 38 mm
Position the autofocus mark on your subject.
Do not look directly at the sun through the
Depress the shutter release button halfway to adjust the focus.
Focus has been correctly adjusted and the green automatically.
lamp lights. Exposure also will be adjusted The autofocus auxiliary light will turn on automatically when necessary to improve autofocus accuracy.
to take the picture.
Depress the shutter release button fully
The film automatically advances to the next frame.
The in-focus range is 0.6 m (2 ft) -
at wide-angle and 0.9 m (3 ft) at telephoto.
The minimum distance for close-ups depends on the focal length of the lens. The minimum distance is 0.6 m (2 ft) for wide-angle and 0.9 m (3 ft) for telephoto. When the green lamp blinks, the shutter will not release
because the subject is positioned close to the minimum distance. Move away from the subject until the green lamp lights.
Close-up correction marks
Image area of picture at 1 m/3.3 ft
The viewfinder's picture frame shows the area that can be shot for subjects at However, the picture area will move lower in the viewfinder as you get closer to the subject. At 1 m/3.3 ft, the shaded area is the actual available image area. In this case, the subject should be positioned below the close-up correction marks.
USING THE FOCUS LOCK To avoid taking out-of-focus pictures
This camera has a built-in passive type multi autofocus system. With this system, the camera automatically sets the focus on a subject even in compositions where the subject may not be in the center of the frame. When the main subject is not within the autofocus mark. Use the focus lock.
subject and press the shutter release
Position the autofocus mark
Make sure The green lamp lights.
frame while keeping the shutter release
Reposition your subjects in the picture
button depressed halfway. Then press the shutter release button fully.
Close the lens barrier slowly and automatically.
carefully. The lens and flash will retract
Close the lens barrier completely.
The display goes out.
Do not forcibly close the lens barrier as it will interfere with lens retraction.
UNLOADING THE FILM
The camera automatically rewinds the film when you reach the end of a roll.
After the motor stops and starts blinking on the LCD
panel, open the back cover and remove the film.
Notes: The number of exposures remaining decreases during winding. The final number of exposures may sometimes exceed the number of exposures specified on the film.
Rewinding the film before the end of the roll
Press the mid-roll rewind button gently with your nail, etc. Do not use an instrument with a sharp tip.
TAKING PANORAMA PICTURES
DLX model only
Set the switch to PANORAMA to engage the Panorama mode. Set the switch back to the original position to restore the Standard mode.
Do not touch the sliding PANORAMA borders inside the camera when the back cover is open in the Panorama mode to avoid malfunction.
When firing flash, the flash strength is automatically controlled
to prevent pictures from being overexposed even when the subjects are close.
The flash fires automatically in dark places and backlit conditions.
Make sure The orange lamp in the upper right of the viewfinder lights when the shutter release button is depressed halfway.
Notes: When the orange lamp is blinking, the flash is being recharged and the shutter release button won't release. Release your finger from the shutter release button, and wait for several seconds. Maximum distance is about 70% when using positive color film.
W (38 mm) 0.6 ~ 6.4 m (2~21 ft) 0.6 ~ 9.1 m (2~30 ft) 0.6 ~ 12.8 m (2~42 ft)
T (140 mm)
0.9 ~ 2.3 m (3~7.5 ft) 0.9 ~ 3.3 m (3~10.8 ft) 0.9 ~ 4.6 m (3~15.1 ft)
Flash Working Range (with color negative film)
RED-EYE REDUCING FLASH
Significantly reduces the phenomenon of "red-eye" (when subject's eyes appear red
in flash photography).
In the flash mode, the camera will fire a series of low-power pre-flashes before the regular flash. This makes the subject's pupils contract, significantly reducing red-eye. Except for the pre-flashes, this mode is the same as the Auto Flash mode. Red-eye Reduction may not be effective when the
1. Is not looking at the flash from the right front. 2. Is not watching the pre-flashes. 3. Is too far from the camera. The effectiveness of red-eye reduction varies depending on the individual characteristics of subjects.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to hold the camera still until the
shutter releases. It takes approximately one second.
OFF (Flash Override)
When you don't want the flash to fire even in the dark or when you want to shoot such subjects as fireworks.
In the Flash-Off mode, the flash does not fire even in low-light conditions. Use this mode in situations where flash photography is not desired or is prohibited or in twilight or night scenes.
Note: Since a slow shutter speed (down to 4 seconds) is automatically selected in low-light situations when in the Flash-Off mode, the use of a tripod is recommended to prevent blurred pictures caused by shaking the camera. Closing the lens barrier returns to Auto.
FILL-IN FLASH (Forced Activation)
When you want to fire the flash every shot.
In the Flash mode, the flash fires regardless of available light. For example, this mode can be used to brighten up a subject's shaded face or under artificial lighting such as back-lit, fluorescent light. Use this mode within the flash working range (p. 35). It may be hard to work under excessively bright light. Closing the lens barrier returns to Auto.
NIGHT SCENE FLASH
Both people and night scenes can be clearly photographed in this mode.
When taking pictures of people with a night background, this mode produces clear
images of both.
Notes: Since a slow shutter speed (down to 4 seconds) is automatically selected in low-light situations, use a tripod to prevent blurred pictures caused by camera shake. Spot mode is automatically canceled when Night Scene mode is selected. Closing the lens barrier returns to AUTO.
RED-EYE REDUCING NIGHT SCENE FLASH MODE Significantly reduces the "red-eye" phenomenon often seen when people are photographed against a night background.
The camera will fire a series of 10 pre-flashes before the flash fires. This makes the subject's pupils contract, significantly reducing the red-eye. Except for the pre-flashes, this mode is the same as the Night Scene Mode.
Please read the cautions in the Red-eye Reducing Flash Mode (p. 36) and Night Scene Mode (p. 39) items. The Spot Mode cannot be used while the Red-eye Reducing Night Scene Mode is being used.
Note: When the lens barrier is closed, the Red-eye Reducing Flash Mode is restored.
SUBJECTS THAT ARE DIFFICULT FOR AUTO-FOCUS
This camera's autofocus system will work with almost all subjects. However, under
certain conditions such as those shown in ~ below, the subject may not be in focus
even though the shutter will release when rapidly.
the green lamp beside the viewfinder blinks
To take pictures of subjects such as those shown below, focus on a different object located at the same distance as your subject, return to your subject,
compose the scene and take the picture.
Low contrast subjects. Subjects with no vertical stripes.
Subjects with an extremely bright area in the part of the image.
Scenes containing both faraway and nearby subjects. Subjects with a repeating pattern. Subject in strong backlit.
To focus and set the exposure for a selected area.
button at the same time.
button and flash mode
is displayed on the LCD panel.
Press the and the flash mode buttons at the same time or close the lens barrier to cancel the Spot mode.
subject, and press the shutter release button halfway.
The green lamp lights. The exposure will be locked in the center of the autofocus mark.
frame while keeping the shutter release button depressed halfway. Then press the shutter release button fully.
Reposition your subject in the picture
different points from the autofocus frame
using the Spot mode.
Focus and exposure can be adjusted at
To Put Yourself in the Picture
Press the button. is displayed on the LCD panel.
Make sure Use a tripod to hold the camera securely.
Aim at your subject, and press the shutter release button.
10 sec.: Selftimer indicator lights 2 sec.: Blinks
The shutter will be released about 12 seconds
after the shutter release.
Notes: The focus and exposure will be locked when the shutter release button is depressed halfway. The selftimer is disengaged when the shutter is released. To cancel the selftimer after it has been activated, press the button again.
REMOTE CONTROL (optional)
The optional RC-200 Remote Control is required in the operation below.
on the LCD panel.
After shooting, press the button again to cancel the selftimer/remote control mode. Remote control operation is canceled automatically when not in use for more than 20 minutes.
Aim the remote control at the camera, and press the button. The shutter will be released after about 3 seconds.
Use the remote control within the range shown at left. The camera will focus on the subject directly in front of it. The remote control may not work when the subject is backlit. In this case, use the selftimer. The remote control may not work when there is inverted fluorescent light near the camera.
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL (optional)
Attaching to the Strap
close the buckle
Open the buckle
insert the strap
round straps with a diameter of 3mm to 5 mm (0.12 ~ 0.2 in) and flat straps with a thickness of 1.2 mm ~ 2 mm (0.05 ~ 0.08 in) and a width of 6 mm ~ 12.5 mm (0.24 ~
The remote control can be attached to
Replacing the battery
when the button is pressed.
Replace the battery if there is no sound
Open the buckle and remove the battery cover inside by sliding in the
direction of the arrow. Insert a new battery (CR1220) with the plus (+) mark showing on top
Attach the battery cover by sliding in
the direction of the arrow the buckle
Handling Cautions Never apply excessive force to the remote control when attached to the strap.
Usable temperature range: -10C~40C.
CORRECTING THE DATA
Press the MODE button for two seconds or longer.
The year indication will start blinking.
Do not use an instrument with a sharp tip.
Press the SET button to correct the year.
If you press the button once, the number on the display will advance by 1. And if you keep it pressed, the numbers will run in rapid
Press the MODE button again.
The month indication will start blinking.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to set the hour and minutes.
Note: As you press the mode button, the blinking indication changes in the order of year, month, day, hour, and minute. The data correction will be finished when the mode button is pressed again.
PRINTING THE DATE AND TIME
Choose the desired mode with the MODE button.
The mode will switch in the described order by pressing the MODE button.
The quartzdate uses the same power source as the main unit. Make sure to correct the data after the battery is replaced. The data is imprinted in the lower right of the picture. If there is something whitish or tinged with orange where the data is imprinted, the data may be difficult to read. The data may not be imprinted correctly on the frame(s) after the specified final exposure of the film.
No data Year-month-day Month-day-year Day-month-year Day-hour-minute
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Q: How long will the battery last? A: A new 3V lithium battery will last for roughly 15 rolls of 24-exposure film on which the flash was used on half of all the shots (determined under Olympus test conditions). If you do not use the flash and zoom very often, the battery will last much longer. Q: Why does the flash get hot? A: If the flash is used continuously, it may become hot. If this happens, stop using the camera for a while. Q: Can I use infrared film? A: No, you cannot. Q: How should I clean the lens? A: Wipe the lens gently with lens cleaning tissue that has been moistened with a small amount of lens cleaning fluid. Q: Can I mount a filter or hood? A: No, you cannot. Q: What should I do when both the orange and green lamps are blinking and the camera doesn't work? A: Release your finger from the flash. The camera will reactivate.
CARE AND STORAGE
2. 3. 4.
Do not leave camera in any place exposed to excessive heat, humidity, or direct sunlight for example, in a car or on the beach. Do not expose the camera to formalin or naphthalene.
If the camera gets wet, wipe it with a dry towel as soon as possible. The salt in seawater can be especially damaging. Do not use organic solvents, such as alcohol or paint thinner when cleaning the camera.
5. 6. 7. 8.
Do not leave the camera on or near a television, refrigerator, or other appliance with a magnetic field.
this could cause serious damage.
Do not expose the camera to dust or sand as
Do not shake or shock the camera. Do not apply excessive force to the zoom
Keep the camera in a well-ventilated place. Do not expose the camera to extreme heat (over 40C/104F) or to extreme cold (below -10C/14F). Low temperatures, even within this range, may sometimes cause deterioration in battery performance, temporarily disabling the camera.
When transporting the camera from a cold place to a warm
place or in the event of a sudden temperature change, put
the camera into a plastic bag. This allows the camera's temperature to change slowly. Once the camera has adjusted to the new temperature, you can remove it from the bag and use it. Keep your hair, hands, strap, etc. away from the autofocus window, lens, AE sensor and flash.
Avoid leaving the camera unused for long periods of time.
This can cause mold to grow on the camera as well as other problems. Try to press the shutter release button and check the operation of camera before use. Some airport X-ray machines can damage the film in your
camera. Try to avoid passing your camera through these
machines. Give to the security officer for manual inspection.
This camera is controlled by a microcomputer. Problems with
the microcomputer can affect or stop camera operation. If
this happens, remove the batteries, then reload them and try
the camera again. Strong electrical fields can also interfere with the operation of this camera so try to avoid places or objects that generate such fields. This camera is not suitable for professional use or for use under severe conditions.
Position the subject in the center of the autofocus mark, or use the focus lock. (p. 22) The lens and autofocus windows were dirty. Clean the lens and autofocus windows.
The autofocus window was blocked, such as by a finger. Hold the camera correctly, keeping your fingers clear of the autofocus windows. (p. 15) You attempted to take a picture with the subject (3 ft) at telephoto.
less than 0.6 m (2 ft) away at wide-angle or 0.9 m Move at least 0.6 m (2 ft) away from the subject at wide-angle or at least 0.9 m (3 ft) at telephoto. (p. 23) When using the selftimer, the shutter release the camera.
button was pressed while standing right in front of Do not stand in front of the camera. Press the
shutter release button while looking through the viewfinder. (p. 44)
You attempted to take a picture of one of the following difficult to focus subjects: a low-contrast subject, a subject with no vertical lines, a subject with an extremely bright area in the center of the image (reflected light, light from a lamp, etc.), both far and near subjects with strong backlighting, a subject with a repeating pattern, a fast-moving subject. Use the Spot mode to focus on a different subject located at the same distance, apply the focus lock and then take the picture. (p. 42)
The picture is too dark. The flash was blocked, (e.g. by a finger). Hold the camera correctly, keeping your fingers clear of the flash. (p. 15) The subject was out of the working range of the flash. Shoot within the flash working range. (p. 35) The flash mode was set to Off. Check the flash mode before shooting. (p. 33)
The data has not been printed (or looks faded). The data mode was set no data (---).
Change the data mode to another setting. (p. 49) There is a bright color like white, orange, or yellow
in the area of the picture where the data is printed.
Avoid bright colors in the lower right corner of your photo compositions. (p. 51)
The picture was taken with black-and-white film.
The camera's battery is low.
Do not use black-and-white film if you want to print data on the pictures. Replace with a new battery. (p. 13)
The color of a picture taken indoors is abnormal. The color of the room lighting affected the picture.
Set the flash to Fill-In mode.
Type: Full automatic 35 mm autofocus lens-shutter camera with built-in 38 ~ 140 mm zoom lens. Film format: 35 mm standard DX-coded film (24 x 36 mm)
Lens: Olympus lens 38 ~ 140 mm. F4 ~ 11, 10 elements in 8 groups.
Shutter: Programmed electronic shutter. Viewfinder: Real image zoom viewfinder (with
autofocus mark, close-up correction marks,
autofocus indicator and flash indicator). With
Focusing: Passive type multi auto-focus, autofocus auxiliary lamp lights at low light levels, effective range 4.5 m (14.8 ft) (under our company test conditions), with focus lock.
Focusing range: Wide-angle: 0.6 m (2 ft) Telephoto: 0.9 m (3 ft) (infinity) (infinity)
Exposure control: Programmed automatic exposure control, 3-zone light metering, switchable to spot metering. Auto exposure range: Wide-angle
EV2 (F44 sec.) to EV16 (F12.81/400 sec.),
Telephoto EV5 (F114 sec.) to EV17 (F22.9 1/250 sec). Exposure counter: Progressive type with automatic reset, displayed on LCD panel. Selftimer: Electronic selftimer 12-sec. delay. Remote control (optional): Infrared remote control unit with 3-sec. delay. Film speed range: Automatic setting with DX-coded
film with ISO 50, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200.
Film speeds other than the above will be automatically set to the next lower speed. For non DX-coded film and film with less than ISO 50, film speed is set to ISO 100. Film loading: Automatic loading. (Automatically advances to first frame when camera back cover is closed.)
Film advance: Automatic film winding. Film rewind: Automatic film rewind (automatic rewind
activation at end of film, automatic rewind stop).
Rewind possible at any point with rewind button. Flash: Built-in flash. Recycling time: Approx. 0.5 ~ 5.5
sec. (at normal temperature with new battery).
Flash working range: Wide-angle 0.6 ~ 6.4 m
(2 ~ 21 ft), Telephoto 0.9 ~ 2.3 m (3 ~ 7.5 ft)
with ISO 100 color negative film: Wide-angle
0.6 ~ 12.8 m (2 ~ 42 ft). Telephoto 0.9 ~ 4.6
m (3 ~ 15.1 ft) with ISO 400 color negative film. Flash modes: Auto (Automatic flash activation in
low/light and backlight),
Flash Off (no
(otherwise same as in Auto),
flash with slowest shutter speed of 4 sec.),
In (forced activation), Night Scene (for night scenes with slowest shutter speed of 4 sec. other functions operate the same as in Auto), Red-eye Reducing Night Scene (otherwise same as in Night Scene).
Battery check: Displayed on LCD panel. Weatherproof: IEC Standard publication 529.
Classification of degrees of protection provided by enclosures. Degree of protection indicated by the second characteristics numeral 4.
Short description: Protected against splashing water. Definition: Water splashed against the enclosure from any direction shall have no harmful effect. Test for second numeral 4: The equipment is sprayed
from all practical directions.
The water pressure is adjusted to give a delivery rate of 10 lit./min. The test duration shall be 1 min. per with a minimum duration of 5 min. Power source: 3 V lithium battery (DL123A/CR123A) Dimensions: 120 (W) x 65.5 (H) x 46 (D) mm (4.7 x 2.6 x 1.8 in) (without protrusions such as grip etc.). Weight: 255 g (9.0 oz)(without battery)
m of calculated surface area of the enclosure
SPECIFICATIONS OF THE REMOTE CONTROL (OPTIONAL)
Infrared type remote control Operating range: approx. 5m (16.4ft)
Size: 32mm x 44mm x 13mm (1.3in x 1.7in x 0.5in)
Weight: 11g (0.4oz) (without battery) Operating confirmation beeper included Normal waterproofing (IEC Standard Publication
Replaceable battery type (use one CR1220 battery) Battery life: approx. 5 years or approx. 20,000 operations
SPECIFICATIONS FOR DATE UNIT
Imprinting direction: Data imprinted onto film from
Data coding: No data, year-month-day, month-dayyear, day-month-year and day-hour-minute. External indication of data: Data display on LCD panel. Film speed setting: Automatic film speed setting. Automatic calendar system: Up to year 2030. Power source: Ordinarily used with camera body. QUARTZ DATE/DLX model only
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT ANY NOTICE OR OBLIGATION ON THE PART OF THE MANUFACTURER.
OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO.,LTD.
San-Ei Building, 22-2, Nishi Shinjuku 1-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan. Tel. 03-3340-2211
OLYMPUS AMERICA INC.
Two Corporate Center Drive, Melville, NY 11747-3157, U.S.A. Tel. 516-844-5000/1-800-622-6372
OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO. (EUROPA) GMBH.
(Premises/Goods delivery) Wendenstrasse 14-16, 20097 Hamburg, Germany. Tel. 040-237730 (Letters) Postfach 08, 20034 Hamburg, Germany.
OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO.(U.K.) LTD.
2-8 Honduras Street, London EC1Y OTX, United Kingdom. Tel. 0171-253-2772
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the conditions that this device does not cause harmful interference. This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference - Causing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numrique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Rglement sur le matriel brouilleur du Canada.
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