Part Numbers: C-8080 Wide Zoom, VF-07-MINI-USB-BLK-R01
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|paulofe123||1:13am on Sunday, October 31st, 2010|
|I use it for 8 months and for wedding photgraphy, It has superbs result especially ini low ISO. 8 million effective pixel CCD.|
|dan19891||6:16am on Tuesday, October 26th, 2010|
|My 2 C8080s rival any DSLR out there for IQ. What more then that can you say.After 5 years of use, I should know. Fast becoming a real classic Taking into account that the C-8080 is over 5 years old now (2009), this is an excellent camera. very poor quality amateur junk very slow RAW processing , noisy , after cleaning noise a lot of details gone . For Family use only . Amateur grade|
|DarthMaul||8:22pm on Friday, September 24th, 2010|
|Excellent, excellent picture quality. Blew me away. The reason I deducted a star is because the 15x total zoom (5x opt. I bought this camera to replace a Kodak DC4800 (3.1mp). Wow, what a difference in quality. I bought this camera as a jump from film to digital, and I am very impressed by the quality of the images, the ease of use.|
|upux||6:56am on Tuesday, August 17th, 2010|
|Excellent quality and build. Excellent lense and clarity. No printed manual w/package (only CD) Ergonomics, Build, Lens, Batt life, Image quality Tad pricey, expensive accessories|
|laozhu||9:16pm on Thursday, April 1st, 2010|
|FAST startup, very little shutterlag in comparison, nice EVF, WIDE ANGLE, configurable, solid feel. NOT a beginners camera! Great photographs, built like a tank, lots of features Poor low light focus When this camera focuses it can take some really nice pictures. This camera is very well constructed and has a nice feel to it.|
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The optional Olympus CAMEDIA-brand AC adapter allows you to power your digital camera from a common AC wall outlet. Be sure to use the specified AC adapter. An AC adapter is useful for time-consuming tasks such as downloading images to a PC or outputting images on a printer. Use an AC adapter designed to operate on the AC voltage in the area the camera is being used. Consult your nearest Olympus dealer or Service center for details.
DC-IN jack (black) AC adapter
(Power battery holder
The optional power battery holder allows you to shoot for longer than when using the lithium ion battery. Be sure to remove the battery compartment cover pushing to the direction of the arrow when attaching the power battery holder to the camera. For more details, read the instructions provided with the power battery holder.
Loading the battery TIPS How to use the charger in another country To use the charger in another country, equip the charger with an adapter plug suited to the AC outlet in the intended region of use. Please ask your travel agency about which adapter plug to use.
If the battery power runs out while the camera is connected to a PC or printer, the image data may be lost or damaged. You are recommended to use the AC adapter when transferring images to a PC or printer. Do not connect or disconnect the AC adapter while the camera is communicating with the PC or printer. Do not remove or load the battery or connect or disconnect the AC adapter while the camera is turned on. Doing so could affect the cameras internal settings or functions. The battery consumption may vary according to the shooting conditions, etc. Power is consumed continuously during the conditions described below. This discourages the power to last longer. When the monitor is turned on. Repeated zoom adjustments. Repeated auto-focus by depressing the shutter button halfway. When the FULLTIME AF mode is turned on. When the camera is connected to a PC or printer. When using an AC adapter, power is supplied to the camera by the AC adapter even if a battery is loaded in the camera. The AC adapter does not charge the battery in the camera. Carefully read the instructions for the AC adapter before use.
Inserting a card
Card in this manual refers to the xD-Picture Card, CompactFlash and Microdrive. The camera uses the card to record pictures. The xD-Picture Card can be used simultaneously with CompactFlash or Microdrive.
Follow the operation guide to select the item and option you want to change.
g For further details, see Menu basics (P.38).
The icons displayed in the operation guide correspond to the arrow pad and e button.
Direct buttons TIPS Further options may be available depending on the option you selected. If the operation guide is displayed at the bottom of the screen, you can select further options.
Ex) When the Y/< (self-timer/remote control) button is used
Turn the control dial while holding down Y/< to change the setting.
If you select <, the operation guide is displayed.
Pressing e while holding down B displays the screen for selecting the time that remote control is activated.
Functions that can be set using the direct buttons
This means to turn the control dial while holding down the direct button to make function settings.
F (exposure compensation) button Changes the exposure compensation value.
1/200 1/200 F5.6 +2.0
The histogram display can be set. gP.119
# (flash mode) button
Selects a flash mode from auto, ! (red-eye reduction), # (fill-in flash), #SLOW (slow synchronization) and $ (flash off).
You can select the various options available in FLASH MODE, w (flash intensity control), Q FLASH (external flash) and #SLOW (slow synchronization) mode. gP.63
+ Press at the w (flash intensity control) buttons same time
Adjusts the amount of light emitted by the flash.
AF/&/MF (AF/Macro/MF) button
Selects a focus mode from AF (auto-focus), & (macro), MF (manual focus), % (super macro) and %MF (super macro MF).
You can select the various options available in FOCUS MODE, AF MODE, FULLTIME AF and P-AF mode. gP.74, 75, 76 When the AF MODE is set to SPOT, the AF target mark can be moved. gP.77
4 (metering) button Selects a metering mode from ESP, spot metering (5), multi-metering (5MULTI) and center-weighted metering (4).
When the metering mode is set to 5, the metering target can be moved. gP.82
B (self-timer/remote control) button Activates the self-timer or remote control function.
When < is selected, you can set the time that remote control is activated. gP.91
WB (white balance) button
Selects a white balance setting from AUTO, PRESET 1, PRESET 2, CUSTOM and V (one-touch).
Setting the shutter speed higher lets you capture fastmoving action without blur. The subject will be clear and sharp, as if it were not moving.
Setting the shutter speed lower blurs a moving subject, giving the impression of movement.
M Manual shooting
Allows you to set the aperture and shutter speed manually. To check the exposure, refer to the exposure differential displayed on the monitor. This mode gives you more creative control, allowing you to make the settings you need to get the type of picture you want, regardless of optimum exposure. Using bulb allows you to take pictures at the max of 8 min of long exposure. gManual shooting (P.72)
Shooting basics r My Mode
Allows you to save your favorite settings as your own personal mode and use these customized settings when taking pictures. Current settings can also be saved for retrieving by this mode. gMY MODE SETUP Setting a function in My Mode (P.160) gUsing My Mode (P.73)
n Movie record
This function allows you to record movies. The camera automatically determines the aperture and shutter speed. Sound is recorded at the same time. The focus and zoom are locked. If the distance to the subject changes, focus may be compromised. gRecording movies (P.55)
m Night Scene shooting
Suitable for shooting pictures in the evening or at night. The camera sets a slower shutter speed than is used in normal shooting. For example, if you take a picture of a street at night in P mode, the lack of brightness will result in a dark picture with only dots of light. In the Night Scene shooting mode, the true appearance of the street is captured. The camera automatically selects the optimal settings for this type of shooting condition. Since the shutter speed is slow, make sure you stabilize the camera by using a tripod.
l Landscape shooting
Suitable for taking pictures of landscapes and other outdoor scenes. Both the foreground and the background are in focus. Since blues and greens are vividly reproduced in this mode, it is excellent for shooting natural scenery. The camera automatically sets the optimal shooting conditions.
j Sports shooting
Suitable for capturing fast-moving action (such as sports) without blur. Even a fast-moving subject will be clear and sharp as if it were not moving. It enables you to capture facial expressions and detailed activity. The camera automatically sets the optimal shooting conditions.
The picture just taken is displayed on the monitor.
S Erase button
Card access lamp
Press ac to select REC. START or REC. CANCEL (CANCEL ONE or CANCEL ALL), then press e.
REC. START REC. CANCEL Recording to the card is resumed. The picture displayed on the monitor is stored on the card. The picture displayed on the monitor is not stored on the card.
REC. CANCEL REC. StARt REC. CANCEL SELECt GO
REC. CANCEL is not displayed in sequential shooting mode or when several pictures are taken in succession. In this case, select CANCEL ONE or CANCEL ALL. CANCEL ONE The picture displayed on the REC. CANCEL monitor is erased without being REC. StARt stored on the card. All other CANCEL ONE pictures are stored on the card. CANCEL ALL None of the pictures taken is CANCEL ALL stored on the card.
TIPS The subject cannot be focused on. gIf correct focus cannot be obtained (P.53) The green lamp blinks. You are too close to the subject. Take the picture at least 20 cm (7.9") away from the subject. If you use the super macro mode, you can take pictures as close as 5cm/(1.2") from the subject. gSuper macro shooting (P.88) Depending on the subject, the focus and exposure may not be locked. gSubjects that are difficult to auto focus on (P.54)
Taking still pictures To check the picture you have just taken immediately. Set REC VIEW to ON. gREC VIEW Checking the picture immediately after shooting (P.147) To record sound when taking pictures. You can record sound when taking still pictures. Set R to ON. gRecording sound with still pictures (P.100) You can also add sound to a picture that has already been taken. gRecording sound (P.137) The viewfinder or monitor turned off. The camera automatically enters the sleep mode and the viewfinder and monitor turn off after about 3 minutes of non-operation. Touch the shutter button or zoom lever to turn the viewfinder or monitor on again. You can select the length of time until the camera enters the sleep mode. gSLEEP Setting the time until the camera enters sleep mode (P.169) To adjust the brightness of the viewfinder or monitor. Select s in the mode menu and adjust the brightness. gAdjusting the brightness of the monitor and viewfinder (P.173) The viewfinder or monitor is hard to see. When you point the camera lens toward a bright subject, smears (lines like beams of light) may appear on the image in the viewfinder or on the monitor. This does not affect recorded pictures. To check the area the camera is focusing on. If you press f while pressing the shutter button halfway, the area you are focusing on is enlarged. Pressing f once more returns the size to normal. This function is not available in the digital zoom range. gUsing the digital zoom (P.58)
The metered value is saved. If you want to lock a different exposure, press the AEL button again to cancel AE lock. Each time you press the AEL button, AE lock is engaged and canceled repeatedly.
Position the AF target mark on the subject you want to focus on and press the shutter button halfway.
The green lamp lights.
During AE lock, AEL is displayed.
Press the shutter button fully.
AE lock is automatically canceled after one shot.
AE Lock - Locking the exposure TIPS To save the locked multi-metering exposure after shooting (AE memory) After setting AE lock in Step 1, or after pressing the shutter button halfway in Step 2, hold down the AEL button for more than 1 second. C appears. While C is displayed, the exposure is saved. Press the AEL button again to cancel the AE memory. AE lock was canceled. Do not operate any of the buttons or the mode dial after performing AE lock. Doing so will cancel AE lock. The camera had emerged from sleep mode or the power was turned off.
AE lock is not available when multi-metering is enabled. Set the metering method to ESP, 5 or 4. gMetering (P.81) AE lock is not available when a menu is displayed on the screen. gMenu basics (P.38) AE lock is not available when the control panel is displayed on the screen. gCONTROL PANEL Using the monitor as a control panel (P.163)
Macro mode shooting
Focusing is usually slow when you get close to a subject (20 cm to 80 cm (0.7 ft. to 2.6 ft.)). However, in the & mode focusing is performed quickly.
Turn the control dial while holding down AF/&/MF and select &.
Control dial AF/&/MF AF/Macro/MF button
If you use the flash in macro shooting, shadows may be noticeable and the correct exposure may not be achieved.
Super macro shooting
In super macro mode, pictures can be taken as close as 5cm (2.0") from the subject. Subjects measuring up to approximately 4.8 cm 3.6 cm (1.9" 1.4") can be captured on the monitor. In the % mode, normal shooting is also possible, but the zoom cannot be used.
Turn the control dial while holding down AF/&/MF and select %.
AF /MF MF
(Super macro MF
When taking pictures close to the subject, shadows may become noticeable, and the auto focus may not be able to maintain correct focus. Set the camera to super macro MF and use manual focus.
Turn the control dial while holding down AF/&/MF and select %MF. When you release your finger from the AF/&/MF button, the distance indicator is displayed on the monitor.
During operation, the area in the middle is enlarged. This lets you check whether the focus is correct.
Press ac to adjust the focus.
Pressing e locks the focus position and appears in red on the monitor.
During super macro shooting, the built-in flash is not available. You can use an external flash, but vignetting may occur. Display the recorded image on the monitor to check it.
This function lets you take pictures using the self-timer. Fix the camera securely on a tripod for self-timer shooting. This function is useful for taking pictures where you want to be included in the photograph.
Turn the control dial while holding down B and select Y.
B Self-timer/ Control dial Remote control button
Press the shutter button fully to start selftimer shooting.
Pressing the shutter button halfway locks the focus and exposure. The self-timer/remote control lamp lights for approximately 10 seconds, then starts blinking. After blinking for approximately 2 seconds, the Self-timer/ picture is taken. Remote control lamp To stop shooting while in n mode, press the shutter button fully again. To cancel the self-timer, press B. The self-timer mode is automatically canceled after one shot.
If self-timer shooting is attempted in sequential shooting mode, the camera shoots 5 frames at most, regardless of the setting.
Remote control shooting
Shooting is possible using the remote control device provided with the camera. This is useful when you want to take a picture of yourself in it, or a night scene, without touching the camera.
Mount the camera on a tripod or place it on a stable, flat surface. Turn the control dial while holding down B and select <.
Point the remote control device at the remote control receiver on the camera.
Self-timer/ Remote control lamp Remote control receiver
Press the shutter button on the remote control device.
The focus and exposure are locked and the self-timer/remote control lamp blinks before taking the picture. You can set the time until the picture is taken. gChanging the time until remote control is activated (P.91) To shoot in bulb mode, press and hold down the shutter button on the remote control device. gManual shooting (P.72)
When you have finished setting the hue, press e. Press e again to exit the menu.
This function adjusts the color depth.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU PICTURE SATURATION, and press d.
To increase the saturation (+) : Press a. Colors become darker and more intense. To reduce the saturation () : Press c. Colors become lighter.
Press ac to adjust the saturation between +5 and 5.
When you have finished setting the saturation, press e. Press e again to exit the menu.
In P, A, S, M, r and n modes, the image is processed according to your purpose and the effect you want to achieve. The color reproduction, sharpness, contrast and saturation are adjusted automatically.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU PICTURE SCENE MODES, then choose from NORMAL, I, L or m, and press e.
gMenu basics (P.38) For I, L and m modes, see Situation-related modes (P.49). Press e again to exit the menu.
This function reduces the noise that is generated during long exposures. When shooting night scenes, shutter speeds become slower and noise tends to appear on images. When noise reduction is set to ON, the camera automatically reduces noise to produce clearer images. However, shooting time is approximately twice as long as usual. Noise reduction can only be used when the shutter speed is set slower than 1/2 sec.
Noise reduction: OFF
Noise reduction: ON
The purpose of these pictures is to illustrate the effects of noise reduction. They are not actual pictures.
In the top menu, select MODE MENU CAMERA NOISE REDUCTION ON or OFF, and press e.
When m mode is set, noise reduction is fixed to ON. When noise reduction is set to ON, the camera implements noise-reducing processes after each shot. For this reason, shooting time is approximately twice as long as usual. During this time, you cannot continue shooting. When noise reduction is set to ON, sequential shooting (i, j, k, 7) is 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.
Histogram Displaying the luminance distribution of still pictures
During still picture shooting, you can display a histogram showing the brightness and contrast of your subject in the viewfinder or on the monitor. You can also display the black and white areas directly on the image. Checking the histogram during shooting enables precise exposure control. OFF F ON ON DIRECT Ex. The histogram is not displayed. The histogram is displayed when F is pressed. gExposure compensation (P.108) The histogram is always displayed. The black and white areas are displayed directly on the image. When the image is dark
Use the arrow pad to select a picture with n.
In the top menu, select MOVIE PLAY, then choose each item.
gMenu basics (P.38) Select INDEX Select EDIT gP.131 gP.132
MOVIE PLAY COPY MODE MENU
Creating an index
Press ac to select INDEX, then press e.
MOVIE PLAY MOVIE PLAYBACK INDEX EDIt
Select the first frame of the index with the arrow pad and press e.
a : Jumps to the first frame of the movie. c : Jumps to 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.
00:00/00:36 00:00 00:36
As in Step 4 , select the last frame of the index with the arrow pad and press e.
00:36/00:36 00:36 00:36
Press ac to select the card, then press e.
If only one card is inserted, skip this step. When there is insufficient card memory, the display returns to the setting screen.
The camera returns to the playback mode, then the 9 frames extracted from the movie appear as an index display. The index is stored as a new picture. If you want to select different frames, select RESET and press e and repeat the procedure from Step 4. To quit the index function, select CANCEL and press e. TIPS
INDEX OK RESEt CANCEL SELECt GO
The index is stored as a still picture in a different record mode from the original movie.
Record mode when the movie was shot SHQ HQ SQ Record mode when stored as an index SQ1 (pixels: HIGH) SQ2 (pixels: HIGH) SQ2 (pixels: HIGH)
The interval between the frames that are automatically picked out varies depending on the length of the movie. An index consists of 9 frames. You cannot create an index if there is insufficient memory space on the card.
Editing a movie
Press ac to select EDIT, then press e.
Select the first frame of the part you want to keep with the arrow pad and press e.
As in Step 4, select the last frame of the part you want to keep and press e.
Press ac to select NEW FILE or OVERWRITE, then press e.
NEW FILE Stores the edited movie as a new movie. OVERWRITE Stores the edited movie with the same name as the original. The CANCEL original movie is erased. If the card selected in Step 6 is different from the card on which the original movie is stored, skip this step.
EDIt NEW FILE OVER W RItE SELECt GO
If you want to select different frames, select RESET and press e and repeat the procedure from Step 4. To quit the editing function, select CANCEL and press e. The edited movie is stored and the screen returns to the playback mode.
Auto focus is not possible. The subject is dark. There is condensation* on the lens.
P.53, 79 P.78
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 the zoom lever). If ALL RESET in the E tab is set to OFF, the camera settings before the power was turned off remain unchanged. Turn on the monitor, and turn off the power. Press the flash pop-up button to make the flash pop up. Select a flash mode other than $. If you want the flash to fire on a brightly illuminated subject, set the flash to #. The flash does not fire in the sequential shooting mode. Set o in the j menu. The flash does not fire in the n mode. Set a different shooting mode. The flash does not fire in the super macro mode. Cancel the super macro mode. The flash does not fire in the panorama mode. Cancel the panorama mode. 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.26 P.50, 145
The flash does not fire.
The flash is closed. The flash is set to the flash off mode. The subject is illuminated. Sequential shooting (i, j, k, 7) is set. The camera is in the movie mode. Super macro mode is set. Panorama mode is set. You are using the camera in a cold environment. The remaining battery power is not indicated correctly. P.59 P.59 P.59 P.92
P.55 P.88 P.95
The battery run time is brief.
Possible cause A subject unsuited to AF was taken The camera moved when the shutter button was pressed. The flash was closed or was set to the flash off mode in a lighting condition requiring use of the flash. The lens was dirty. Corrective action 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 pop-up button to make the flash pop up and select a flash mode other than $. 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. Select a flash mode other than #. If the center of the subject is too dark, the surrounding area emerges as too bright. Adjust the exposure compensation toward minus (). Set the ISO to AUTO or to a low sensitivity: 50 Ref. page P.53, 79 P.28
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How to use your PC to get the most from images taken with your digital camera.
DIGITAL CAMERA PC CONNECTION
Thank you for purchasing an Olympus digital camera. This manual provides instructions on how to install the USB driver. To ensure correct installation, refer only to these installation procedures.
This manual explains in detail how to connect your Olympus digital camera to a computer. Read it carefully and keep it in a safe place for future reference. About this manual
The information contained in this manual may be subject to change without notice. For the latest information on the product, please consult your local Olympus representative. The information contained in this manual has been compiled by taking all possible measures to ensure its accuracy. However, if you find any errors or incomplete information, please contact your local Olympus representative. It is prohibited by copyright laws to duplicate in part or in whole the information contained in this manual, except for personal use. Reproduction without permission of the copyright owner is prohibited. The PC screens shown in this manual may differ slightly from the actual displays on some PC models.
Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Computer Inc. All other company and product names are registered trademarks and/or trademarks of their respective owners.
Identifying the OS. 6
Windows (98/Me/2000/XP). 8
Macintosh (OS 9/X). 23
Downloading image files using other OS (For other OS users). 31
By connecting the camera to a computer with the provided USB cable, images on a card can be transferred to the computer. Some OSs (operating systems) may need a special setup before connecting to the camera for the first time. Follow the chart below. For details, see the Olympus Corporate Site or phone customer support. Identifying the OS (p.6)
Windows 98/ 98 SE (Second Edition) Installing the USB driver for Windows 98 (p.9)
MacOS 9.0 - 9.2/OS X * For OS 8.6, see below.
Connecting the camera to the computer using the provided USB cable (Windows p.11, Mac p.24) Confirming the computer recognizes the camera (p.14) Downloading image files (Windows p.17, Mac p.26) Disconnecting the USB cable (Windows p.20, Mac p.30)
* Even if your computer has a USB connector, data transfer may not function correctly if you are using one of the operating systems listed below or if you have an add-on USB connector (extension card, etc.). Windows 95/NT 4.0 Windows 98/98 SE upgrade from Windows 95 Mac OS 8.6 or lower (except Mac OS 8.6 equipped with USB MASS Storage Support 1.3.5 installed at the factory) Data transfer is not guaranteed on a home-built PC system or PCs with no factory installed OS.
When connecting the camera to the computer, make sure that there is sufficient remaining battery power. When connected (transmitting) to the computer, the camera does not enter the sleep mode nor will the cameras power turn off automatically. Depending on the camera model, when the battery power runs out or the internal temperature rises, the camera may stop operating automatically. This could cause the computer to malfunction, and any image data (file) being transmitted may be lost. Be careful when downloading files for a long period of time. Use the AC adapter (optional) when downloading files. If you connect or disconnect the AC adapter when the camera is connected to the computer and is running on battery power, it may result in the loss of image data on the card or cause a malfunction in the computer. Before connecting or disconnecting the AC adapter, disconnect the camera from the computer and make sure that the camera is turned off. To avoid computer malfunctions, do not turn off the camera when the camera is connected to a computer. If the camera is connected to the computer via a USB hub, operation may not be stable if there are any compatibility problems between the computer and the hub. In such cases, do not use the hub and connect the camera directly to the computer. You can view images using: graphics applications that support the JPEG file format (Paint Shop Pro, Photoshop, etc.); Internet browsers (Netscape Communicator, Microsoft Internet Explorer, etc.); CAMEDIA Master software; or other software. For details on using commercial graphics applications, refer to their instruction manuals. QuickTime is needed for playing back movies. QuickTime is included on the provided software CD. If you want to process images, make sure to download them to your computer first. Depending on the software, image files may be destroyed if the images are processed (rotated, etc.) while they are on the card.
Identifying the OS
Identify the OS on your computer before connecting the camera. How to identify the OS depends on the computer.
Double-click the My Computer icon on your desktop. When the My computer icon is not on your desktop, click Control Panel from the Start menu.
Double-click the Control Panel icon.
Double-click the System icon.
The way the file icons inside the folder appear may vary depending on your version of Windows. If you dont see the icon you are looking for, click on view all Control Panel options on the left of the window.
A System Properties window will appear. Note and record the System: information. Confirm that your system is Windows 98, 98 SE, Me, 2000 Professional or Windows XP, then press OK to close the window.
If your OS is Windows 98/98 SE, proceed to Installing the USB driver for Windows 98 ( p.9). Users running Windows Me/2000/XP p.11 Users running other OS p.31
Mac OS (Macintosh)
Select About This Computer from the Apple menu on the menu bar. A window appears with the name of the computers OS. Confirm that the OS is OS 9.0-9.2 or OS X.
Users running Mac OS 9/X Users running other OS
Using Windows 98/Me/2000/XP
Make sure that:
Your computer is turned on and Windows is running. If you are running any applications, quit them all. You are recommended to power the camera using the optional AC adapter. If the battery power runs out while the computer is accessing the card in the camera, the camera will turn off in the middle of the operation and this could destroy image files (data). If you are using batteries, make sure that there is sufficient remaining battery power.
Installing the USB driver for Windows 98 (When using Windows 98/98 SE).... 9 Connecting the camera to the computer.. 11 Confirming the computer recognizes the camera. 14 Confirming the USB driver is installed. 15 Downloading images to your computer.. 17 Disconnecting the camera from your computer. 20
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