3D Innovations D-390 Gas Grill User Manual

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QuickStart Guide
OLYMPUS AMERICA INC.
Two Corporate Center Drive, Melville,
NY 11747-3157, U.S.A.
http://support.olympusamerica.com/
D-390 / C-150
OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO. (EUROPA) GMBH
Wendenstrasse 14-18,
20097 Hamburg, Germany
http://www.olympus-europa.com
http://www.olympus.com/
UNPACKING THE BOX CONTENTS
Gather your digital camera and the parts as shown in the illustration. You’ll need these to complete the steps for the
camera set-up procedures that follow.
START HERE
It is strongly recommended that you follow these
step-by-step numbered instructions to set up and
quickly begin using your new Digital Camera.
Digital camera
For more detailed instructions on advanced features, please refer
to the printed Basic Manual included in your package, or the
Reference Manual on the CD-ROM.
AA (R6) alkaline
batteries (x2)
CAMEDIA
Master CD-ROM
USB cable
(grey color)
xD-Picture Card
The following items are also included in this package: Basic Manual, video cable, warranty card, registration card (not
pvovided in some areas), and safety precautions booklet.
• Close the battery compartment cover so that it pushes the batteries down inside. While pressing
the
mark, slide the cover in the opposite direction of
.
PREPARE THE CAMERA FOR USE
TIP: An optional Olympus E-7AC AC adapter is available, and is recommended when downloading images to ensure a
consistent power supply. See the Basic Manual for more information.
Before you begin using your Olympus digital camera…
a.
Strap
b.
Insert the xD-Picture Card
Loading batteries
• Slide the battery compartment cover in the direction of A
(the direction indicated by the
mark on the cover),
B
and lift it up in the direction of
.
The xD-Picture Card is where the camera stores your pictures and is available in a variety
of memory capacities. The pictures you take with the camera remain on the xD-Picture
Card even when the camera is turned off and/or the batteries are removed.
A
B
• Insert batteries in the direction shown in the illustration.
c.
• Insert the xD-Picture Card into the spring-loaded card slot as shown
in the illustration. Push the card fully into the slot. The card will lock
into place when fully inserted.
• To remove, push down on the xD-Picture Card. The card will pop up.
Pull to remove.
• Close the card cover.
Confirm you have installed the batteries and xD-Picture Card properly by
pressing
. The "No Picture" message should be displayed in the monitor.
Turn the camera off by pressing
again.
Attach the strap
(OPTIONAL)
Attach the strap as illustrated to make the camera easier to handle.
There is a mark on the bottom of the
camera showing the correct way to insert
batteries.
AF target mark
TURNING ON THE CAMERA
Orange lamp
Green lamp
All you need to do is slide the lens barrier open or closed to turn the camera ON or OFF.
a.
Viewfinder
Arrow pad
Turn the camera ON
(SHOOTING MODE)
• Open the lens barrier.
• Close the lens barrier to turn the camera off.
Monitor
Power on
Power off
Monitor button (QUICK VIEW
Playback button (
)
)
OK/Menu button
Lens barrier
TIP: To maximize battery life, this digital camera features a power saving mode in which the camera enters a sleep mode after
approximately three (3) minutes of non-use. Press the shutter button to wake up the camera.
LR6X2 or CR-V3X1
b.
Set the Date and Time
(OPTIONAL)
Although this is not required, it is recommended that you set the date and time. This affects the way image
file names are created, and will conveniently include this information with each picture. The date and time
can also be set when the camera is in the playback mode.
• Open the lens barrier fully until it clicks.
• Press
to display the menu.
• Press to select MODE MENU.
• Press
three times to select SETUP.
• Press once, and then
twice to highlight
, and then press once.
• Use
to select the date format.
• Adjust the date and time in the appropriate fields by using to select the field, and
to set
the proper value. Repeat this step until all date/time fields have been set.
Note: Time is entered using the 24-hour format.
c.
• Press
Tripod socket
Camera Settings in Shooting Mode as shown in Monitor
Camera Diagram and Controls
Battery check
P
+2.0
Spot metering mode
White balance
Macro
AF target mark
Flash mode
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Now take a moment to familiarize yourself with the key areas of camera controls by reviewing the illustrations.
Strap eyelet
Card cover
Shutter button
Flash
Resolution (number of pixels)
VIDEO OUT jack
Exposure compensation
Shooting mode
Self-timer
(still pictures only)
Record mode
twice to set the date and time and exit the menu.
Battery compartment cover
Number of storable still pictures/
seconds remaining for movies
Camera Settings in Playback Mode as shown in Monitor
Print reserveation
Number of prints
Battery check
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VIDEO OUT
Protect
Record mode
Number pixels
Exposure compensation
White balance
DC IN 3.4V
USB
USB connector
VT450901
Date and time
Lens barrier
Self-timer lamp
Lens
DC-IN jack (3.4V)
Connector cover
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FILE: 100–0020
File number, Frame number,
Playing time/
Total recording time
Note:
• Depending on the camera settings, not all indicators
will be displayed.
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TAKING PICTURES
Icons representing camera settings appear on the
monitor, telling you important information such as the
Flash and record modes, battery life, and the number
of frames remaining.
There are two ways to compose your subject: with the
viewfinder or using the monitor. Depending upon the shooting
situation, there may be advantages to each method. Please
refer to the printed Basic Manual for more information.
a.
• Press the shutter button halfway. The green lamp
will light steadily when the focus and exposure
are set.
• Press the shutter button completely to take the
picture. A short beep confirms your picture has
been taken.
Taking a Picture with the Viewfinder
• Open the lens barrier fully.
• Frame your subjects using the
AF target mark in the viewfinder.
• Press the shutter button halfway.
Orange lamp
Green lamp
The digital camera confirms the focus and exposure are
properly set when the green lamp in the viewfinder lights
steadily. The orange lamp informs you that the flash is
recommended and/or recharging (when blinking); or ready
to fire (when steady).
c.
Zooming
You can enlarge your subject when shooting by 1.3,
1.6, 2.0 or 2.5 times.
Each time you press
, the zoom magnification changes
in the following sequence:
1.3 times ➝ 1.6 times ➝ 2.0 times ➝ 2.5 times.
• Press the shutter button completely to take the picture.
A short beep confirms your picture has been taken.
b.
Flash Modes
This digital camera features multiple flash modes.
Icon
Flash Mode
Description
No icon Auto-flash
The camera automatically decides if the flash is needed.
Red-eye
Reduction
Flash
Reduces incidence of red-eye by emitting pre-flashes to
shrink pupil size before firing the main flash. The strobe
effect is normal operation for this mode.
Fill-in Flash
The flash always fires with every picture.
Flash Off
Turns the flash off for times when flash photography is
prohibited or not desired. The flash never fires.
Press ( ) to cycle through the available flash modes. With the
shutter button depressed halfway, the flash is ready to fire when
the orange lamp next to the viewfinder lights steadily. When the
orange lamp is blinking, the flash is charging.
e.
Number of Storable Pictures
Your digital camera can handle xD-Picture Card from 16 MB to
256 MB. The number of storable pictures depends on the image
quality selected.
Taking a Picture with the Monitor
• Open the lens barrier fully.
• Press
and then frame your subject using the full-color
monitor.
Each time you press
, the zoom magnification changes
in the following sequence:
2.5 times ➝ 2.0 times ➝ 1.6 times ➝ 1.3 times.
P
• The zoom magnification changes continuously
while holding down
or
.
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d.
See the Reference Manual for complete descriptions of each
record mode and the storable frame capacity for the various
resolution modes and xD-Picture Card capacities.
TIP: To find out how many frames you have left, turn on the monitor and look for
the number in the lower right corner. Remember, you can always delete unwanted
pictures to make room for more. (See Step 5.)
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VIEWING AND ERASING
PICTURES
With this digital camera, you can easily view the photos
you want—and delete the ones you don’t.
a.
Viewing Pictures
There are two ways to access the Playback mode:
When you are finished reviewing your pictures:
• Press
to turn the camera off.
OR
• To return back to the shooting mode, press the shutter
button halfway.
b.
• If the camera is OFF and the lens barrier closed,
press
once.
OR
• If the camera is in the shooting mode with the lens
barrier fully open, press
twice in rapid succession
(Quick View).
The last picture taken appears in the monitor. Use
to scroll though all the images saved on your
xD-Picture Card.
Erasing Pictures
The beauty of digital photography is your ability to keep
the photos you want, delete the rest, and reuse empty
memory space to take new pictures. This digital camera
offers two ways to permanently erase unwanted digital
photos:
Single-Frame Erase: Deletes only the picture currently
displayed in the monitor.
Once erased, pictures cannot be restored.
CONNECTING THE CAMERA
TO A COMPUTER
TIP: Images can also be erased while in the "Quick View" mode
described in step 5A. This makes it easy to quickly erase a picture that
you just took.
All-Frame Erase: Deletes all pictures on the xD-Picture Card in one
operation, except for pictures you have protected.
Once erased, pictures cannot be restored.
• With the lens barrier closed, press
.
• Press
, then press
to select MODE MENU.
• Use
to select the CARD tab, then press twice to access
the CARD SETUP screen.
• ALL ERASE should be highlighted. Press
.
• As a safeguard, this digital camera will ask you to select
YES or NO to confirm erasing, as this process permanently
deletes all unprotected pictures. Select YES and press
.
Windows 98 users must install
the "USB Driver for Windows 98"
software before connecting this
digital camera to the computer.
Refer to the Software
Installation Guide for complete
information.
TIP: Olympus recommends using the optional E-7AC AC adapter to ensure
a consistent power supply when downloading images.
Make sure that the camera is turned off before
connecting it to your computer.
• With the lens barrier closed, press
and use the arrow
pad to display the picture you want to erase.
• Press
. Press
to select
.
• Press
to select YES, and then press
.
USB
USB
button if the camera does not turn on
• Press the
automatically. The camera starts communicating with the PC.
Olympus makes it simple to connect this digital camera to your
computer.
• Turn the camera off.
• Plug the supplied USB cable into the ports on your camera and
computer as illustrated at right.
INSTALLING THE CAMERA
SOFTWARE
You've 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!
About the Olympus CAMEDIA Master CD-ROM
Your Olympus digital camera comes bundled with a suite of software and
documentation. The CD includes:
• CAMEDIA Master : To download pictures from the camera, view,
organize, retouch, and print your digital photos and movies.
• USB Driver for Windows 98: This utility must be installed to allow the
camera to communicate with your computer if it uses the Microsoft Windows 98
operating system.
• Olympus Digital Camera Reference Manual: A complete
reference guide in digital form, saved on the CD in PDF format.
You are now ready to install the computer software.
• Open the CAMEDIA Master CD-ROM package and locate the Software
Installation Guide in the language you wish to use.
• Continue to follow the step-by-step instructions for installing the software, and
enjoy your new digital photo processing capabilities!
Additional Camera Features
This digital camera offers a host of advanced features to expand your creativity. Here’s just a small
sampling. See the Basic Manual for details on these capabilities, and more!
• 4 Scene Program Shooting Modes: This camera has 4 shooting modes to choose from
depending on the shooting conditions and the effect you want to achieve.
• Macro Mode: For close-ups as tight as 8 inches, select Macro Mode.
• Movie Mode: Yes, this digital camera records movies! (Movie Mode does not record sound.)
• Two-in-one Pictures: Combine two separate images taken in succession and store them as a
single picture.
• Close-up Playback: Enlarge the pictures in the monitor to check details of the selected image.
•
•
•
•
Index Display: View several thumbnail pictures on the monitor at once.
Protecting Pictures: Prevents you from accidentally erasing photos.
Video Playback: View your pictures and movies on a television monitor.
Panorama Shooting: Connect overlapping images into a single picture using the panorama
mode and Olympus CAMEDIA Master software.
TIP: Remember to complete and return your Registration Card, and keep all camera documentation handy.
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