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Reference Manual
Thank you for purchasing this Olympus digital camera.
Before using your new digital camera, please carefully read this instruction
manual and separately provided “Safety Precautions” and “Battery Handling
Precautions”.
We recommend that you take test shots to make sure that the camera functions
properly before taking important photographs.
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Read the Following Before Use
This section provides important information about using this digital camera. Before using
the camera, please be sure to read the following.
About this manual
The information contained in this manual may be subject to change
without notice. For the latest information on the product names, model numbers,
etc., 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.
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information contained in this manual, except for personal use. Reproduction
without permission of the copyright owner is prohibited.
Olympus will not assume any liability for damages, loss of profit or claim from a
third party due to improper use of this product.
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image data resulting from servicing by a third party who is not designated by
Olympus or from other causes.
The quality of the images shot with this product differs from that of the images
shot with ordinary film-based cameras.
Copyright ©2001 OLYMPUS CO., LTD.
Radio and Television Interference
Change or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer may void the
user’s authority to operate this equipment. This equipment has been tested and
found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses,
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Adjust or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the distance between the camera and receiver.
• Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
Only the USB cable should be used to connect the camera to a personal computer (PC).
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Declaration of Conformity
Model Number:
D-100/C-1
Trade Name:
OLYMPUS
Responsible Party:
Olympus America Inc.
Address:
2 Corporate Center Drive, Melville, New York 11747-3157 USA
Telephone Number:
631-844-5000
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations
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or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
The DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) is a standard established by JEITA
(Japan Electronics and Information Technology Association).
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How to Read This Booklet
Description title
Chapter title
Basic Shooting Operations
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Page No.
Shooting Using the Viewfinder
Operating Procedure
Check that the lens barrier is
open.
1. Determine the image composition by
overlapping the subject with the AF
target marking ( ) in the viewfinder.
Items to check before
operation
Operating procedure
2. Press the shutter button halfway.
[The green lamp on the right of the
viewfinder lights and the focus and
exposure are set automatically. These
settings are locked as long as the shutter
button is kept half-pressed.
Viewfinder
Green lamp
If the green lamp blinks, focus
may be incorrect. Release your
finger from the shutter button,
hold the camera securely again
and half press the button again. If
the subject cannot be brought into
focus, see Page 34.
Operation result
Supplementary information
3. Press the shutter button all the way.
[The camera takes the picture and two
short beep tones are generated.
[The green lamp on the right of the
viewfinder blinks (to indicate that the
image is being recorded on the card) for
a few seconds and then goes out.
4. You can take another picture when the
green lamp goes out.
[Tip]···Information on
convenient capabilities or
recommended techniques.
[Warning]···Information on factors which
may lead to a malfunction or
operational problems. Also warns of
operations that should be absolutely avoided.
[In this case]···Information on
what do to when a certain
message is displayed or in a
specific situation.
[Reference]···Reference pages
describing details or
associated information.
[Caution]···Description of
potential problems or of
phenomena which may seem
to be problems.
[Note]···Additional information
such as a remark or proviso.
CONTENTS
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Contents
Read the Following Before Use .................................................2
How to Read This Booklet..........................................................4
Contents .....................................................................................5
Index of Available Operations....................................................8
Making the Most of Your Digital Camera .................................10
Operations Available with This Camera...................................12
PREPARATION
Names of Parts.........................................................................16
Attaching the Provided Strap ...................................................18
Loading the Battery..................................................................19
Selecting the Appropriate Batteries .........................................20
Inserting the Provided Card (SmartMedia) ..............................22
Selecting the Appropriate Card ...............................................23
Using a New Card (Formatting) ...............................................24
Setting the Date and Time .......................................................26
Holding the Camera ................................................................28
BASIC SHOOTING OPERATIONS
Shooting Pictures .....................................................................30
Shooting Using the Viewfinder .................................................32
Shooting Using the Monitor......................................................34
Deciding Whether to Use the Viewfinder or Monitor
According to Working Distance ...............................................35
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CONTENTS
Checking the Camera Status Indication Next to the
Viewfinder or on the Monitor (in Shooting Mode) ....................37
If Correct Focus Cannot Be Obtained (Focus Lock) ...............40
VIEWING OR ERASING IMMEDIATELY AFTER
SHOOTING
Viewing Pictures .......................................................................42
Image Playback Operations.....................................................44
Erasing Pictures (One-Frame Erase) .......................................46
Erasing All Pictures (All-Frame Erase) .....................................47
Viewing Multiple Images Automatically in Sequence
(Slide Show) .............................................................................48
Preventing Accidental Erasure (Protection) .............................50
Adjusting the Monitor Brightness.............................................52
ADVANCED SHOOTING FEATURES
Selecting the Image Quality (Record Mode) ...........................54
Using the Flash ........................................................................56
Zooming in on a Subject (Digital Zoom) ..................................59
Shooting a Close Subject (Macro Shooting)............................60
Using the Self-Timer.................................................................61
Shooting Images Sequentially (Continuous Shooting).............62
Varying the Image Brightness (Exposure Compensation).......64
Varying the Image Color Tone (White Balance Control) ..........66
Muting the Beep Tones ............................................................68
CONTENTS
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VIEWING OPTIONS
Using the AC Adapter (Optional).............................................70
Viewing Images on a TV Screen ..............................................71
Printing Images in a Lab or on a Printer ..................................72
Making a Print Reservation on SmartMedia Card....................74
Operations Available with Your PC ..........................................76
Finding the Best Way to Download Image Data to
Your PC.....................................................................................77
Downloading Image Data to Your PC ......................................81
TROUBLESHOOTING
Simplified Operation Chart.......................................................88
If an Alarm Message Is Displayed...........................................89
If an Operation Does Not Work ................................................90
If Image Quality Is Poor............................................................93
Frequently Asked Questions ....................................................95
SPECIFICATIONS/GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Specifications ...........................................................................98
Glossary of Terms ..................................................................100
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INDEX OF AVAILABLE OPERATIONS
This manual is organized by operating procedures, beginning with basic
operations and moving forward to more advanced procedures. If there is
any particular operation you want to perform, you can use this index to find
the page reference for that operation.
Shooting Images
Ordinary shooting .....................................................................................P.32
Shooting close-ups (Macro Shooting) ......................................................P.60
Shooting two persons side by side (Focus Lock) ....................................P.40
Shooting with flash ....................................................................................P.56
Shooting in a concert hall or museum .............................................PP.58&68
Shooting events at night ............................................................................P.58
Shooting a night scene ..............................................................................P.58
Shooting with back lighting ......................................................................P.57
Shooting group shots (Self-Timer) .............................................................P.61
Shooting a moving subject in multiple images (Continuous Shooting) ....P.62
Shooting a large number of images ..........................................................P.23
Shooting higher-quality images ................................................................P.54
Viewing Images
Viewing an image immediately after shooting ..........................................P.42
Viewing all images .....................................................................PP.42, 44&48
Viewing a magnified image .......................................................................P.44
Erasing unnecessary images ............................................................PP.46-47
Protecting important images from accidental erasure .............................P.50
Storing images on a separate medium ....................................................P.77
Viewing images on a large screen ...........................................................P.71
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Adding comments to images ...................................................................P.76
Placing images in a document .................................................................P.76
Processing images ...................................................................................P.76
Printing images ................................................................................PP.72&74
Additional Information
Number of images you can shoot .............................................................P.23
Usable batteries ........................................................................................P.20
Color tone ..................................................................................................P.66
Brightness .................................................................................................P.64
Unsatisfactory image quality ....................................................................P.93
Setting correct date and time ....................................................................P.26
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Making the Most of Your Digital Camera
Video cable
Card
(SmartMedia)
C-1/D-100
USB cable
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A variety of optional accessories make possible many different ways to view and enjoy the images you shoot
with your camera. In some cases, you will need a personal computer to take full advantage of these features.
Television
Viewing images
on TV screen
Digital color printer P-400/P-200/P-330N(E)/P-330(E)
(
Page 71)
Printing
without a PC
(Use a dedicated
printer.)
Photo studio
or lab
(
Pages 72-73)
(Bring the SmartMedia card.) Note: Some photo studios and labs do not handle
images shot with a digital camera.
FlashPath floppy disk adapter
(This can be read in a floppy disk drive.)
PC card adapter
(This can be read in a PC card slot.)
USB SmartMedia reader/writer
(This can be used when it is
connected to the camera’s USB port.)
PC
Printing on
a printer
(
Page 76)
Storing and
processing images
Attaching images
to e-mail
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Operations Available with This Camera
1 Shooting
Simply press the shutter button to take a picture. Focus, flash, exposure, etc., are taken care of
automatically.
The flash automatically fires as required.
The image can be confirmed on the monitor as well as in the viewfinder.
Digital zoom lets you magnify the image by up to 2X.
The provided 8 MB SmartMedia card allows you to save up to about 36 images*1.
The SmartMedia card can be used repeatedly by erasing unnecessary images.
2 Viewing images on the monitor
Every image can be checked immediately after shooting.
Multiple images can be viewed sequentially or in sets of 4 or 9 frames.
Images can be magnified for viewing.
3 Viewing Options
Images can be displayed on a TV screen using the video cable.
Images can be printed on photographic paper using the optional Olympus P-400/P-200/
P-330N(E)/P-330(E) printers. Images can also be printed on ink-jet or laser type printers.
Images saved on a SmartMedia card can be printed out at a photo studio or lab*2.
PREPARATION
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4 Taking advantage of PC features
Images can be downloaded and stored on a PC.
Images can be stored on a PC hard disk or on a floppy disk or MO disk.
Images can be processed by a PC in many ways, including text superimposition (comments) or
trimming (magnifying or cutting images).
Images can easily be attached to e-mail messages sent from the PC*3.
*1 When in the HQ record mode.
*2 Some photo studios and labs may not be equipped to print out digital images.
*3 You cannot use this camera to attach and send images via e-mail. To do this, you must first download the
images from the camera to a PC.
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PREPARATION
This chapter describes what you need to do and what
you need to know before using the camera. Be sure to
make the appropriate preparations to assure safe,
enjoyable shooting.
Names of Parts
Attaching the Provided Strap
Loading the Battery
Selecting the Appropriate Batteries
Inserting the Provided Card (SmartMedia)
Selecting the Appropriate Card
Using a New Card (Formatting)
Setting the Date and Time
Holding the Camera
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PREPARATION
Names of Parts
Shutter button
Card cover
(For insertion and removal of the SmartMedia card)
Connector cover
Lens barrier
(Open this to turn the camera on
in the shooting mode)
Card cover
Strap attaching hole
USB connector
(Connect to a PC with a USB cable)
A/V OUT jack
(Connect to a TV with a video cable)
DC IN jack
(Connect the AC adapter)
Tripod socket
(Attach the tripod here)
Battery compartment cover
PREPARATION
Flash
Viewfinder
Lens
Self-timer lamp
(Indicates activation of the self-timer)
Viewfinder eyepiece
Orange lamp
OK/menu button
(Switches the menu screens
or settings)
Monitor button
(Switches the monitor display and
the playback mode ON/OFF)
(For checking flash
status)
Green lamp
(For checking
autofocus status)
AF target mark
(Position this over the subject you
want to focus on)
Monitor
(LCD panel displaying the image to be shot, played-back
image and other various information)
Arrow pad
(For use in menu selection, frame number advance, digital telephoto operation, etc.)
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PREPARATION
Attaching the Provided Strap
Strap eyelet
1. Attach the strap as shown.
Attach the strap correctly as instructed above. Olympus cannot warrant or
assume any liability for damage resulting from the camera being accidentally
dropped because the strap has not been attached correctly.
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Loading the Battery
x2
rLR6
3x1o
CR-V
The lens barrier is closed and
nothing is displayed on the monitor.
1. Slide the battery compartment cover in
the direction of the arrow 1.
2. Lift the battery compartment cover in the
direction of the arrow 2.
3. Insert the battery in the direction shown
CR-V
3x1o
rLR6
x2
in the figure.
4. Close the battery compartment cover in
the direction of the arrow 1.
x2
rLR6
3x1o
CR-V
5. Press the battery compartment cover in the
direction of the arrow 2 until it clicks.
[The battery compartment cover is now
locked.
If the battery compartment cover will
not close easily, do not force it. Try
sliding it toward “OPEN”.
For information on what types of
batteries can be used, see
“Selecting the Appropriate
Batteries” on the next page and
separately provided “Battery
Handling Precautions”.
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PREPARATION
Selecting the Appropriate Batteries
䡵 This camera can be powered by a single
long-life lithium battery pack.
䢇 The CR-V3 lithium battery pack features a long
service life which provides convenience when
traveling. Insert the battery pack correctly in the
direction shown in the illustration on the right.
2
R6x
1orL
CR-V3x
The lithium battery pack is not rechargeable.
䡵 This camera can be powered by rechargeable batteries,
which can be used repeatedly.
䢇 The NiMH batteries from Olympus (including battery charger) are rechargeable
and economical. You can recharge them overnight, and their high lowtemperature resistance makes them effective in cold areas.
䡵 This camera can also be powered by easily available
alkaline batteries.
䢇 If your battery pack’s power runs out, you can replace it with R6/AA alkaline
batteries which are easily available anywhere.
䢇 When alkaline batteries are used, the number of shootable images varies widely
depending on the brand and operation environment. Turn off the monitor
whenever you are not taking pictures.
䢇 CR-V3 lithium battery packs cannot be charged.
䢇 Alkaline batteries have a lot of variation in their performance and deteriorate
particularly at low temperatures. It is recommended that lithium battery packs
or NiMH batteries be used.
䢇 Zinc-carbon (manganese) batteries cannot be used. Please read “Battery
Handling Precautions”.
䢇 If the terminals inside the battery compartment are dirty, it will noticeably
shorten the life of the batteries. Do not touch the inside of the battery
compartment.
䢇 If the camera is left for about 1 day with the batteries removed, all the internal
settings will revert to the default settings.
䢇 Be sure to turn the camera off before replacing the batteries. Removing the
batteries or battery pack (or unplugging the AC adapter) while the camera’s
power is on may reset the date/time settings.
PREPARATION
Do not use batteries whose exterior is not completely covered by an insulating
sheet. If such batteries are used, they may cause leakage, excessive heat, or
explosion. Some batteries are sold with a partial insulating sheet, or without
any insulating sheet at all. Do not use these batteries under any circumstances.
The following R6/AA batteries cannot be used
Batteries whose exterior is only partially
covered, or not covered at all, by an
insulating sheet.
Batteries whose œ terminals are raised, but
not covered by an insulating sheet.
Batteries whose œ terminals are flat and not
completely covered by an insulating sheet.
(Such batteries cannot be used even if the œ
terminals are partially covered.)
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PREPARATION
Inserting the Provided Card (SmartMedia)
The lens barrier is closed and
power is off.
1. Open the card cover.
2. Insert the card in the direction shown
in the figure.
There is an arrow inside the card
cover, indicating the direction in
which the card should be
inserted.
Card insertion direction marking
3. Close the cover securely until it
clicks.
[Now the camera is ready for shooting.
Never attempt to open the card cover or remove the card or batteries while the
camera power is on. Otherwise, the image data on the card may be destroyed.
Remember that it is impossible to restore image data once it has been
destroyed.
A card is a precision device. Do not apply excessive force or shock to it. Hold the
card by the edges. Do not touch the gold-colored metallic parts.
PREPARATION
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Selecting the Appropriate Card
Prepare another card.
When you expect to shoot a large number of images (while traveling, on
special occasions, etc.), it is a good idea to bring an extra card (in addition
to the provided 8 MB card).
The number of images you can shoot varies according to the card capacity and
record mode used. Select a suitable card by referring to the following table.
Numbers of Images You Can Shoot (Approximate Numbers)
Record Mode
Image size
(pixels)
SmartMedia
capacity
8 MB
16 MB
32 MB
64 MB
SQ
(Standard Quality)
HQ
(High Quality)
640 x 480
122
244
489
978
SHQ
(Super-High Quality)
1280 x 980
36
73
146
292
18
36
73
146
The commercially available 5 V card cannot be used with this camera. Use the
Olympus brand card or a commercially available 3 V (3.3 V) card.
<Unusable cards>
This camera may not be able to recognize a card that is not manufactured by
Olympus or Lexar or a card which has been formatted on another device such as a
PC. To avoid problems, you should format each card before using it on this camera.
Using the Three Record Modes
SQ: Select this mode when you want to attach the image to e-mail, simply view it on your PC
screen, or want to shoot more images per card.
HQ: Select this mode when you need image quality in between SQ and SHQ. Images can be enlarged
to a certain degree when they are viewed on a PC screen. (This is the default recording mode.)
SHQ: Select this mode when you want to print the image with high quality or a large size or
to retouch it on your PC.
For details on the record modes and how to select them, refer to
“Selecting the Image Quality” (
Page 54).
The number of shootable images is also variable because the data
quantity per image is variable depending on the shot subject.
The image counter may not decrement when an image is shot and may
not increment even when an image is erased.
Even when the number of shootable images exceeds 999, the count
displayed on the monitor remains at “999”.
Cards with a capacity of 4 MB or more can be used with this camera.
For details on handling your card, refer to the instructions provided with it.
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PREPARATION
Using a New Card (Formatting)
Before using a non-Olympus card or a card which has been formatted or used with
devices other than this camera (such as a PC), be sure to format the card on this camera.
Operating Procedure
OK/menu button
Check that the camera is set to
the playback mode (Page 42) by
pressing the
monitor button.
Arrow pad
1. Press the
1 /3
NO
OFF
NO
NO
SELECT
SET
OK/menu button.
[The monitor shows the playback mode
menu 1/3.
OK
2. Select
by pressing the
arrow pad key.
or
Playback mode menu 1/3 screen
NO
OFF
3. Select “YES” by pressing the
YES
NO
SET
arrow pad key, and then
press the
OK/menu button.
OK
[The card setup screen is displayed.
or
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4. Select
NO
YES
SELECT
SET
OK
by pressing the
or
arrow pad key, and then select “YES”
by pressing the
or
arrow pad
key.
To return to the playback mode menu,
select “NO” and press the
OK/menu button.
Card setup screen
5. Press the
OK/menu button to
execute formatting.
NO
YES
SET
OK
[The orange lamp on the left of the
viewfinder blinks and the monitor shows
a bar indicating the processing status.
If you are using an optional
Olympus card, you do not need to
format it.
NO CARD
If the indicator shown on the left
appears on the monitor, the card
needs to be formatted.
Check the following before formatting
䢇 Formatting erases all images on the card including those which are
protected. When formatting a previously used card, take care not to erase
necessary image data. Once the card has been formatted, images previously
stored on that card cannot be restored.
䢇 A card with a write protect seal attached to it cannot be formatted. Remove the
seal before formatting it. Do not reuse the removed write protect seal.
䢇 Once formatting has started, it cannot be canceled midway.
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PREPARATION
Setting the Date and Time
Operating Procedure
OK/menu button
Check that a card is inserted
and the lens barrier is closed.
1 /3
NO
1. Press the
OFF
NO
NO
SELECT
SET
OK
OK/menu button.
[The playback mode menu 1/3 is
displayed on the monitor.
Playback mode menu 1/3 screen
Arrow pad
2. Press the
or
arrow pad key
to display the menu 3/3 and select
.
3/3
3. Display the “Y—M—D” menu by
SELECT
END
OK
pressing the
key.
or
arrow pad
Playback mode menu 3/3 screen
4. Select one of the following date/time
Y
SELECT
M
D
SET
END
Date/time setup screen
OK
display formats by pressing the
or
arrow pad key.
Y—M—D (Year·Month·Day)
M—D—Y (Month·Day·Year)
D—M—Y (Day·Month·Year)
Then press the
arrow pad key.
[The cursor moves to the figure setting
field.
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5. Set the first figure by pressing the
or
press the
1 .01.01
arrow pad key, and then
arrow pad key.
[The cursor moves to the next figure.
00 00
SELECT
SET
OK
6. Repeat the above steps to set the
hour and minutes.
The default year setting is “01”
(indicates the year 2001).
1.
7. When the actual time reaches zero
2 .01
seconds, press the
button.
00 00
SELECT
SET
1.
SELECT
OK
OK/menu
[The date and time are set and the screen
returns to the playback mode menu 3/3.
2 .14
SET
OK
When the batteries are removed or battery power is exhausted, a screen
prompting you to set the date and time will appear on the monitor. In this case,
set the date and time before shooting.
The Year-Month Day display format is selected in the sample screen
shown above.
The date and time can be set in the shooting mode menu.
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PREPARATION
Holding the Camera
Horizontally
Vertically
The right way to hold your camera:
Hold the camera with both hands and
keep your elbows tight to your body.
Hold the camera firmly with your right
hand and press the shutter button
gently.
Pay attention to the
following when holding your
camera:
Make sure you don’t block the lens or
the flash with your finger or the
camera strap.
Clear images cannot be obtained if the camera shakes as the shutter button is
pressed. Hold the camera correctly, and press the shutter button gently.
BASIC
SHOOTING
OPERATIONS
This chapter describes the basic shooting operations
you need to remember when using the camera.
Although the information given in this chapter is
enough to get you started, we encourage you to read
the chapter entitled “Advanced Shooting Features” so
that you will be able to take advantage of the many
exciting possibilities offered by your camera.
Shooting Pictures
Shooting Using the Viewfinder
Shooting Using the Monitor
Deciding Whether to Use the Viewfinder or
Monitor According to Working Distance
Checking the Camera Status Indication Next to
the Viewfinder or on the Monitor (in Shooting Mode)
If Correct Focus Cannot Be Obtained (Focus Lock)
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BASIC SHOOTING OPERATIONS
Shooting Pictures
1. To start shooting:
Simply open the lens barrier.
[The camera turns on.
2. To end shooting:
Simply close the lens barrier.
[The camera turns off.
Lens barrier
When starting shooting
When ending shooting
To save battery power
1 Sleep mode:
When no operation is performed for 1
minute with the lens barrier open, the
camera enters the Sleep mode. This
mode reduces the consumption of
battery power, and automatically
switches off the monitor.
To resume shooting, do any one of the
following:
Press the shutter button gently.
Close the lens barrier and open it again.
Press any of the arrow pad keys,
OK/menu button and
monitor
button.
Images stored on the card are saved even after the camera turns off or
the batteries are replaced.
Try to minimize power consumption as much as possible if you don’t
expect to use the camera for a while. Turn the power off by closing the
lens barrier.
Never attempt to open the card cover or take out the card or battery while the
camera power is on. Otherwise, the image data on the card may be destroyed.
BASIC SHOOTING OPERATIONS
Double clicking
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To view a recorded image immediately
after it has been shot while the lens
barrier is open (Quick-View Playback):
1. Press the
monitor button twice
(double clicking).
[This switches the camera to the
Playback mode; the image is
displayed on the monitor.
(
Page 42)
2. Press the shutter button or
monitor button.
[This returns the camera to the Shooting
mode; you can resume shooting.
3. Close the lens barrier.
[The monitor and camera turn off.
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BASIC SHOOTING OPERATIONS
Shooting Using the Viewfinder
How to Press the Shutter Button and Focus on the Subject (Half-Press/Full-Press)
Half-press
Operating Procedure
Check that the lens barrier is
open.
1. Determine the image composition by
positioning the AF target mark ( )
over the subject in the viewfinder.
2. Press the shutter button halfway (half-press).
[The green lamp on the right of the viewfinder
lights. (This condition is called half-pressed.)
The focus and exposure are set automatically.
These settings are locked as long as the
shutter button is kept half-pressed.
Viewfinder eyepiece
Full-press
If the green lamp blinks, focus may
Green lamp lights
AF target mark
be incorrect. Release your finger from
the shutter button, hold the camera
securely again and half press the
button again. If the subject cannot be
brought into focus, see Page 40.
When the distance from the
camera to the subject is less than
0.5 meter/1.6 feet, select the
Macro mode. (
Page 60)
3. Press the shutter button all the way (full-press).
[The camera takes the picture and two
short beep tones are generated.
[The orange lamp on the right of the
viewfinder blinks (to indicate that the
image is being recorded on the card) for
a few seconds and then goes out.
[When you take a picture, it is displayed
on the monitor for a short time.
4. You can take another picture when the
orange lamp goes out.
BASIC SHOOTING OPERATIONS
Always press the shutter button gently. If you press too hard, the camera may
move and the image will be blurred.
If you try to shoot another image before the orange lamp goes out, you will not
be able to take a picture. Wait a few seconds until the orange lamp goes out
before retrying shooting.
The blinking orange lamp indicates that the image you just shot is being
processed.
The length of time required before the camera is ready for the next shot and the
number of images that can be shot vary depending on the record mode.
Never attempt to open the card cover or take out the card or batteries while the
orange lamp is blinking. Otherwise, the image you have just shot will not be
saved. Existing data on the card may also be destroyed.
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BASIC SHOOTING OPERATIONS
Shooting Using the Monitor
Operating Procedure
Monitor button
Check that the lens barrier is
open.
1. Press the
monitor button.
[The monitor is illuminated.
2. Determine the image composition by
observing your subject in the monitor.
Monitor
3. Half-press the shutter button to focus
on the subject, and then press it all
the way to take the picture. (This
operation is identical to the shooting
using the viewfinder). (
Page 32)
[The orange lamp on the right of the
viewfinder blinks for a few seconds and
then goes out.
Oblique lines on the subject may appear as zigzag lines on the monitor,
but this is not malfunction.
Vertical stripes may appear in the monitor image if it is shot under bright
conditions (such as a sunny sky). This is not a malfunction.
The image displayed on the monitor is intended for use in checking the
composition and does not show the correct focus and exposure
conditions. Image focusing and exposure should be checked on a TV or
PC screen after shooting. (
Page 71)
Do not apply excessive force to the monitor and the area around it. Doing so could
cause the displayed image to blur and may also damage the monitor.
BASIC SHOOTING OPERATIONS
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Deciding Whether to Use the Viewfinder
or Monitor According to Working Distance
Snapshot, landscape, etc. (approx. 1.5 m/4.9 ft to infinity)
Use the viewfinder
Hold the camera securely, keeping your
upper arms pressed close to your body, to
prevent camera shake.
Close-up of a person (approx. 0.5 to 1.5 m/1.6 to 4.9 ft)
Use either the
viewfinder or monitor
Close-up images can usually be shot using
the viewfinder, but using the monitor may be
advantageous in certain cases. See the
column on the next page for details.
Very short distance (0.1 to 0.5 m/0.3 to 1.6 ft)
Use the monitor
(Macro mode)
When the subject is closer than 0.5 m/1.6 ft,
use the Macro mode (
Page 60).
Shooting without using the Macro mode is
also possible, but correct focus may not be
possible.
The image area shown in the viewfinder is
slightly different from the image area that is
actually recorded. When shooting a closeup, confirm the image on the monitor.
BASIC SHOOTING OPERATIONS
Features of the viewfinder and monitor
Advantages
Monitor
Camera can be held more steadily and
the subject can be seen clearly even in
bright surroundings. Also, less battery
power is required.
The actual area of the image (as it will be
shot) can be confirmed.
Disadvantages
Viewfinder
The image area in the viewfinder may be
different than that of the actual picture
when the distance from the subject is
short .
The camera tends to shake more easily
and the image will not be so clear when
the surroundings are bright or dark. Also,
battery power consumption is high.
Applications
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Easy shooting of multiple snapshots or
landscape images, etc.
Accurate shooting by checking the area
that will be actually be captured when
you take the picture. The monitor is
switched on automatically when the
Macro mode (
Page 60) is used.
Viewfinder
With the viewfinder, the
area of the image
actually shot is larger
than the area observed
in the viewfinder.
When the working
distance is short as
shown in the figure, the
Area of image actually shot area of the image
actually shot may
slightly be different
from the area observed
in the viewfinder.
For best results, use the
Macro mode (
Page 60)
when the subject is located at
a distance of less than 0.5
meter/1.6 feet from the
camera. Shooting is possible
without using the Macro
mode, but in some cases
correct focus and exposure
may not be achieved.
BASIC SHOOTING OPERATIONS
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Checking the Camera Status Indication Next to
the Viewfinder or on the Monitor (in Shooting Mode)
Operating Procedure
Orange lamp
Green lamp
Check that the lens barrier is
open.
Viewfinder
Half-press the shutter button.
[The lamps on the right of the viewfinder
light or blink.
1 Lamps on the right of the viewfinder
Lamp Status
Camera Operation
Available Operation
When the green
lamp is lit
Autofocus has operated correctly.
Press the shutter
button all the way to take
the picture.
When the green
lamp is blinking
(twice per sec.)
The camera cannot focus on the
subject. This may be due to one of
the following.
You cannot take a picture by
pressing the shutter button all
the way.
<Check> The card is not ready in the following cases:
When no card is inserted in the camera.
When the write protect seal is attached to the card.
When the card cover is open.
When the card does not have
enough space to store the image.
When the orange
The flash has been recharged.
lamp is not lit
Shooting is possible by pressing
the shutter button all the way.
When the orange
The flash is ready.
lamp is lit
Press the shutter button all the
way to start shooting with
automatic flash.
When the orange
lamp blinks
The flash is charging.
slowly
Release your finger from the
shutter button, and wait until
the orange lamp goes out.
When both green
and orange
lamps blink
Replace the
batteries with new ones.
Battery power is exhausted.
When the orange The camera is writing to or reading from
lamp blinks rapidly the card.Battery power is exhausted.
Do not open the card cover
or remove the battery.
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BASIC SHOOTING OPERATIONS
2 Monitor
When the monitor is turned on by pressing the
monitor button, the information displays on the left are
shown on the monitor.
T
HQ
W
No. of images that
can be shot
Battery status
Record mode
Flash mode
Shows the approximate number of images you can shoot.
(Green)
Remaining battery power is insufficient. (The display goes out automatically.)
(Red)
The remaining battery power is too low. Replace the batteries with
new ones. Shooting is possible when the batteries are low, but
battery power could run out while the image is being processed.
HQ
Shows the quality of the next image to be shot. The default
setting is HQ (High Quality). (
Page 54)
SQ
(
Page 54)
SHQ
(
Page 54)
Auto
(No display)
The default setting is the Auto-Flash mode, which is not indicated
explicitly. (
Pages 56-57)
Red-Eye Reduction Flash (
Fill-In Flash (
Page 57)
Night Scene (
Page 58)
Flash Off (
Drive mode
Self-timer
Page 57)
Page 58)
Shows that the Continuous Shooting mode is switched on.
(
Page 62) The default setting is the Single-Frame mode,
which is not displayed on the monitor.
Shows that the Self-Timer mode is switched on. (
The default setting is no self-timer.
Page 61)
BASIC SHOOTING OPERATIONS
Exposure
compensation
+1.0
Shows the amount of exposure compensation. (
The default setting is no exposure compensation.
Shows that the Macro mode is switched on. (
default setting is normal shooting.
Macro mode
T
Digital zoom
W
White balance
Auto
(No display)
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Page 63)
Page 60) The
Shows the Digital Zoom mode, with “T” indicating telephoto zoom
and “W” indicating wide-angle shooting without zooming. (
Page 59) The default setting is no zooming.
Shows the use of the white balance control feature which adjusts
the color tone of the image. (
Pages 66-67) The default
setting is Auto control.
Clear sky (
Cloudy sky (
Page 67)
Page 67)
Incandescent lighting (
Fluorescent lighting (
Page 67)
Page 67)
When the monitor is off, it will turn on for a moment after the following
operation is performed, and then turn off again.
Pressing the
OK/menu button again while the menu is displayed by
pressing the
OK/menu button before.
The timing of the remaining battery power display varies depending on the type
of the batteries in use.
When NiMH batteries are used, the battery alarm indicator will start blinking
sooner than when a lithium battery pack is used.
The monitor may also show other indicators such as the “!” indicator. In this
case, refer to the error messages listed on Page 89.
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BASIC SHOOTING OPERATIONS
If Correct Focus Cannot Be Obtained
(Focus Lock)
When the camera is pointed at the subjects as shown in the illustrations
below, it may be difficult to focus on them with the autofocus function.
The green lamp on the
right of the viewfinder blinks.
Subjects as listed below cannot
be brought into focus.
Subject with low contrast
at the center of the image.
Subject including an extremely bright
area at the center of the image.
Subject without vertical
line.
The image area includes subjects
located far and those located near.
The subject is a fastmoving subject.
The subject to be focused is not
located at the center of the image.
The green lamp on the
right of the viewfinder lights
but the subject cannot be
brought into focus.
Tip: Focus on an object at the same distance as the intended
subject (focus lock), and then shoot the image as described below.
Operating procedure of focus lock
AF target
1. Open the lens barrier.
[The camera turns on in the shooting mode.
Green lamp
2. Look into the viewfinder and position
the AF target mark ( ) over the
subject. When shooting a hard-to-focus
subject or fast-moving subject, point
the camera at an object about the
same distance away as the subject.
3. Half-press the shutter button until the
green lamp on the right of the
viewfinder lights.
[The focus is adjusted and locked together
with the exposure.
4. Keeping the shutter button halfpressed, compose your shot, and then
press the shutter button all the way.
VIEWING OR
ERASING
IMMEDIATELY AFTER
SHOOTING
This chapter describes how to view your saved images
on the camera’s monitor. For viewing on a TV or PC
screen, or to print images, see the next chapter entitled
“Viewing Options”.
Viewing Pictures
Image Playback Operations
Erasing Pictures (One-Frame Erase)
Erasing All Pictures (All-Frame Erase)
Viewing Multiple Images Automatically in
Sequence (Slide Show)
Preventing Accidental Erasure (Protection)
Adjusting the Monitor Brightness
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VIEWING OR ERASING IMMEDIATELY AFTER SHOOTING
Viewing Pictures
Operating Procedure
Monitor button
Press until the
monitor turns on.
Check that the lens barrier is
closed.
1. Keep the
Monitor
Record mode
Protection indicator
Printing indicator
Remaining battery power
HQ
1.12
12.23
23
3 45
1
2
File No.
12
Frame No.
monitor button
depressed for a moment.
[The camera turns on and enters the
Playback mode. After a moment, the last
picture you took appears on the monitor.
[The monitor information is displayed as
shown on the left.
[After a moment, all displayed data except
the frame No. and remaining battery
power indicators disappear.
If no pictures have been saved,
“NO PICTURE” appears on the
monitor.
If there is a problem with the card, the
monitor shows the corresponding
message. (
Page 89)
If the remaining battery power is low, the
battery alarm indicator lights in red.
2. Press the
monitor button again to
switch the monitor and camera power
off.
Date/time
Monitor information
When the camera is powered by batteries, it turns off automatically when no
operation has been performed for one minute. If the camera has turned off,
press the
monitor button to resume operation.
VIEWING OR ERASING IMMEDIATELY AFTER SHOOTING
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To enter the Shooting mode
immediately after playback:
1. Open the lens barrier.
[The monitor turns on and the Shooting
mode is engaged. You can now shoot.
Lens barrier
When the camera turns on, the monitor may light for an instant and
show an image for a short time. This is not a malfunction.
Vertical stripes may appear on the image if it is shot under bright conditions (such as a sunny sky). This is not a malfunction.
Images shot with other cameras may not be viewable on this camera.
Playback of TIFF and raw data image formats is not possible.
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VIEWING OR ERASING IMMEDIATELY AFTER SHOOTING
Image Playback Operations
Press until the
monitor turns on.
Check that the last image you shot
is displayed by holding down the
monitor button for a moment.
HQ
.12
12.23
23
3 45
4
1. Select the image to view using the
4
or
arrow pad key.
Frame operations of arrow pad keys
Magnified display
Frame
reverse
Frame
advance
2
Split display
4
HQ
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12.23
23
3 45
4
3
···Press to select
the image one
frame before
the current
frame.
···Press to magnify the central area of the
displayed image to double size.
Pressing
while a double-size image is
displayed restores the original image size.
HQ
HQ
.12
12.23
23
3 4
45
4
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12.23
23
3 45
4
5
HQ
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12.23
23
3 45
4
6
···Press to select the next frame.
1
2
3
4
··· Press to simultaneously display 4 images including the currently displayed image. (The current image is
highlighted in a green frame.)
Pressing
again displays 9 images simultaneously. (The current image is highlighted in a green frame.)
To return:
Pressing
while 9 images are displayed simultaneously changes the number of simultaneously
displayed images to 4. Pressing
again changes it to the single-image display.
VIEWING OR ERASING IMMEDIATELY AFTER SHOOTING
1
2
4
5
3
4
6
7
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Tip: Pressing the
arrow pad key while 4 (or 9) images are displayed advances the
selected image (with the green frame) to the next image. When the last displayed
image in the index display is selected, pressing the
arrow pad key brings up the
next index. Similarly, pressing the
arrow pad key moves the green frame position
to the previous image. Pressing
when the first image in the index display is
selected brings up the previous index.
Monitor button
To magnify part of image
HQ
.12
12.23
23
3 45
4
2
1
To turn off the monitor, first
restore the original display size
and then press the
monitor button.
1. Press the
arrow pad key to magnify the
central area of the image by 2X.
1
2
2. Press the
[
1
2
monitor button.
and
are displayed on the top, bot,
,
tom, left and right of the screen respectively.
3. Move the cross-cursor to the desired part of the
image using the arrow pad keys.
1
2
1
4. Press the
monitor button again to return to
the double-size display of the central area of the
image in step 1.
5. Press the
arrow pad key to restore the
original display size.
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VIEWING OR ERASING IMMEDIATELY AFTER SHOOTING
Erasing Pictures (One-Frame Erase)
You can increase the number of images remaining on a card by erasing
unnecessary images.
Operating Procedure
OK/menu button
Press until the
monitor turns on.
Check that the camera is set to the
Playback mode by holding down
the
monitor button for a moment.
1. Display the frame to erase by pressing the
or
arrow pad key.
(The frame can also be selected even when
the 4-split or 9-split display is selected.)
Arrow pad
2. Press the
OK/menu button.
[The monitor shows the playback mode
menu 1/3.
1 /3
3. Select
by pressing the
arrow pad key.
NO
OFF
or
NO
NO
SELECT
SET
OK
4. Select “YES” by pressing the
arrow pad key.
3
YES
OFF
NO
5. Press the
OK/menu button.
[The selected image is erased.
The orange lamp on the right of the
viewfinder blinks during erasure.
To cancel single-frame erasure:
Once erased, images cannot be
restored. Check each image before
erasing to avoid accidentally
erasing images you want to keep.
Select “NO” and press the
OK/menu button.
or
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Erasing All Pictures (All-Frame Erase)
The following operation clears the card of all stored image data.
Operating Procedure
1 /3
NO
OFF
Check that the camera is set to the
Playback mode by holding down the
monitor button for a moment.
NO
NO
SELECT
SET
OK
NO
OFF
by pressing the
arrow pad key.
or
2. Select “YES” by pressing the
or
arrow pad key, and then press the
OK/menu button.
YES
NO
SET
1. Select
3. Select
by pressing the
arrow pad key.
OK
4. Select “YES” by pressing the
or
or
arrow pad key.
NO
NO
SELECT
SET
5. Press the
OK
OK/menu button.
[All of the image frame data saved in the
card will be erased.
To cancel erasure:
Check the following before
erasing images
Erasure is not possible if the
image to be erased is protected or
a write protect seal is attached to
the card. (
Page 51)
For details on handling your card,
refer to the instructions provided
with it.
Select “NO” and press the
OK/menu button.
Erasure time may be prolonged if
the card has been subjected to
print reservation by DPOF (
Page 74). This is not a malfunction.
To prevent destruction of data on the card, never attempt to open the card cover,
remove the batteries, disconnect the AC adapter or remove the card during
erasure.
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VIEWING OR ERASING IMMEDIATELY AFTER SHOOTING
Viewing Multiple Images
Automatically in Sequence (Slide Show)
Images in the card can be viewed automatically in their stored order. This function is useful for
presentation purposes at a meeting etc., as well as for checking all the images stored in the card.
OK/menu button
Operating Procedure
Press until the
monitor turns on.
Check that the camera is set to the
Playback mode by holding down
the
monitor button for a moment.
1 /3
NO
1. Press the
OFF
NO
NO
SELECT
SET
OK
OK/menu button.
[The monitor shows the playback mode
menu 1/3.
Playback mode menu 1/3 screen
Arrow pad
2. Select
by pressing the
or
arrow pad key, and then select
“YES” by pressing the
or
arrow pad key.
1 /3
NO
OFF
NO
NO
SELECT
SET
OK
Playback mode menu 1/3 screen
OFF
NO
YES
SET
OK
3. Press the
OK/menu button.
[Slide Show starts by displaying each
frame for 3 seconds.
VIEWING OR ERASING IMMEDIATELY AFTER SHOOTING
To cancel Slide Show:
OK/menu button
4. Press the
12
Arrow pad
OK/menu button.
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VIEWING OR ERASING IMMEDIATELY AFTER SHOOTING
Preventing Accidental Erasure (Protection)
It is recommended that you protect important images to avoid accidentally erasing them.
When an image is protected, it cannot be erased.
Operating Procedure
OK/menu button
Check that the camera is set to the
Playback mode by holding down
the
monitor button for a moment.
Press until the
monitor turns on.
1. Select the image frame to protect by
1 /3
NO
OFF
NO
NO
SELECT
SET
OK
Playback mode menu 1/3 screen
Arrow pad
pressing the
or
arrow pad key.
(The frame can also be selected even in the
4-frame or 9-frame display mode.)
2. Press the
OK/menu button.
[The monitor shows the playback mode
menu 1/3.
3. Select
1 /3
by pressing the
arrow pad key.
NO
OFF
4. Select “ON” by pressing the
NO
NO
SELECT
SET
or
or
arrow pad key.
OK
Playback mode menu 1/3 screen
/3
NO
ON
NO
NO
5. Press the
OK/menu button.
[The selected image frame is protected
(image locked) and the protect indicator
is displayed at the top right of the
image.
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Protect indicator
HQ
1.12.23
23 45
12
Unprotecting an image:
6. Press the
OK/menu button to
select
. Select “OFF” by pressing
the
or
arrow pad key.
1 /3
NO
OFF
7. Press the
NO
NO
SELECT
SET
OK
OK/menu button.
[Protection is canceled and the protect
indicator (
) disappears.
/3
NO
OFF
NO
NO
When the card is formatted, protected images are erased.
Images on a card with a write protect seal attached to it cannot be protected.
For details, refer to the instructions included with the provided SmartMedia.
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VIEWING OR ERASING IMMEDIATELY AFTER SHOOTING
Adjusting the Monitor Brightness
You can adjust the brightness of the monitor to make it easier to see when shooting under daylight or in the dark, as well
as when viewing images on the monitor.
OK/menu button
Press until the
monitor turns on.
Operating Procedure
1 /3
Check that the camera is set to the
Playback mode by holding down
the
monitor button for a moment.
NO
OFF
NO
NO
SELECT
SET
OK
Playback mode menu 1/3 screen
Arrow pad
3/3
1. Press the
OK/menu button.
[The monitor shows the playback mode
menu 1/3.
2. Select
by pressing the
arrow pad key.
SELECT
END
or
OK
Playback mode menu 3/3 screen
3. Adjust to the desired brightness by
pressing the
(+/to brighten) or
(–/to darken) arrow pad key.
4. Press the
SELECT
SET
Monitor adjustment screen
OK
OK/menu button.
[All the images will be displayed at the
set brightness.
The brightness setting will be held in memory even after the camera is
turned off.
The monitor brightness can also be set from the shooting mode menu.
ADVANCED
SHOOTING
FEATURES
This chapter introduces various shooting features that
give you the shooting flexibility you need for a wide
range of situations, including the use of spare cards,
flash operation, continuous shooting, close-up
shooting and exposure compensation. Once you master
the operations in this chapter, you will be able to
capture images exactly the way you want them.
Selecting the Image Quality (Record Mode)
Using the Flash
Zooming in on a Subject (Digital Zoom)
Shooting a Close Subject (Macro Shooting)
Using the Self-Timer
Shooting Images Sequentially
(Continuous Shooting)
Varying the Image Brightness
(Exposure compensation)
Varying the Image Color Tone
(White Balance Control)
Muting the Beep Tones
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ADVANCED SHOOTING FEATURES
Selecting the Image Quality (Record Mode)
The record modes allow you to shoot images with higher quality (SHQ) or larger
number of images per card (SQ). The default setting of the record mode is HQ
which is the standard-quality mode.
Operating Procedure
OK/menu button
Check that the lens barrier is
open.
1 /3
AUTO
OFF
OFF
OFF
SELECT
END
1. Press the
OK/menu button.
[The monitor shows the shooting mode
menu 1/3.
OK
Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen
Arrow pad
2. Select
2 /3
HQ
AUTO
ON
SELECT
END
OK
Shooting mode menu 2/3 screen
2 /3
HQ
AUTO
ON
SELECT
END
OK
Shooting mode menu 2/3 screen
SQ
AUTO
by pressing the
or
arrow pad key.
[The monitor shows the shootng mode
menu 2/3.
3. Each time you press the
or
arrow pad key, the record mode is
switched in the following
sequence:
“SHQ”p
[“HQ”p
[“SQ”.
Select one of these modes.
4. Press the
OK/menu button.
[The record mode is set, the shooting screen
re-appears and the number of images you can
shoot in current record mode is displayed.
ADVANCED SHOOTING FEATURES
Battery status
SHQ
Record mode
Number of shootable images
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The record mode can also be changed
frame by frame even when the card
has already been partially used.
For the number of shootable images
and image size (in pixels) for each
record mode, refer to “Selecting the
Appropriate Card” (
Page 23).
The selected record mode is
held in memory even after the
camera is turned off.
Cautions when shooting in the high-quality (SHQ) mode
The higher the image quality, the fewer images you can shoot.
The higher the image quality, the longer the waiting time immediately after
shooting (the period in which the orange lamp blinks). Also, image display will
take longer in the Playback mode.
When you select a record mode with higher image quality than the current mode
when the number of shootable images remaining is low, the monitor may
display the card alarm indicator. This means that there is not enough free space
on the card for the selected record mode. Select another record mode.
Do not open the card cover or remove the AC adapter, batteries or card while
the orange lamp is blinking. Otherwise, the data on the card may be destroyed.
Using the Three Record Modes
SQ
Select this mode when you want to attach the image to
e-mail, simply view it on your PC screen or want to
shoot more images per card.
HQ
Select this mode when you need image quality in
between SQ and SHQ. This mode is ideal when you
need to print out images after viewing them on your PC
screen. (This is the default recording mode.)
SHQ
Select this mode when you want to print the image with
high quality or a large size or to retouch it on your PC.
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ADVANCED SHOOTING FEATURES
Using the Flash
The flash has been designed to fire automatically when shooting under low light or
against strong back light. You can change this flash mode according to different
shooting situations.
Operating Procedure
OK/menu button
Check that the lens barrier is
open.
1 /3
AUTO
OFF
OFF
OFF
SELECT
END
OK
Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen
Arrow pad
1. Press the
OK/menu button.
[The monitor shows the shooting mode
menu 1/3.
2. Select
by pressing the
arrow pad key.
or
3. Each time you press
1 /3
AUTO
OFF
OFF
OFF
SELECT
END
OK
Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen
AUTO
the
or
arrow pad key, the flash mode is
switched in the sequence: AutoFlash[Red-Eye Reduction Flash
[Fill-In Flash [Night
Scene
[Flash Off
. Select
one of these modes.
4. Press the
OK/menu button.
[The flash mode is set and the shooting
screen re-appears. Now you can shoot
images with the selected flash mode.
The flash mode setting menu
can also be displayed by
simply pressing the
arrow
pad key when the lens barrier
is open. The flash mark is
inscribed on the left of the
arrow pad key. The setting
menu disappears after a
moment if no operation is
performed.
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Using the Flash Modes
Auto-Flash
The flash fires automatically in low light or back light conditions.
To shoot a subject with back light, position the AF target mark ( )
over the subject in the viewfinder.
Red-Eye Reduction Flash
The light from the flash may make the
subject’s eyes appear red in pictures.
The Red-Eye Reduction Flash mode
reduces this phenomenon.
In this mode, the flash emits
pre-flashes about 10 times before
actually firing. This helps accustom
the subject’s eyes to the bright light
and minimizes the red eye
phenomenon.
Because of the pre-flashes, it takes about one
second before the shutter is actually
released. Hold the camera securely during
this period to prevent camera shake.
Fill-In Flash
Use this mode to fire the flash with
every image.
In this mode, the flash always fires
every time the shutter button is
released. This mode is suitable when
you need minimize shadows around
the subject (such as the shade of tree
leaves on the subject’s face), in back
light condition, or under artificial light
such as a fluorescence lamp.
The fill-in flash effect may not be
noticeable under very bright light.
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ADVANCED SHOOTING FEATURES
Night Scene
Use this mode when shooting a
subject against a night background.
In this mode, the flash fires at the
beginning of the shot to brighten the
subject and the shutter speed is
reduced to shoot the background out
of reach of the flash.
To prevent the background from blurring, it
is recommended to use a tripod in this
mode. Note that a moving subject will be
blurred.
Flash Off
Use this mode for shooting in
locations where flashes are prohibited
(such as a museum).
The shutter speed is reduced in dark
conditions. It is recommended to use a
tripod to prevent camera shake. Note that a
moving subject will be blurred.
䢇 When the Red-Eye Reduction Flash mode is set, the setting is held in
memory even after the camera is turned off. Other flash mode settings
are reset to Auto when the camera is turned off.
䢇 The flash working distance is approx. 0.2 ~ 3 m/0.7 ~ 9.8 ft.
䢇 The blinking of the orange lamp on the right of the viewfinder indicates that the
flash is being recharged and shooting is not possible. Remove your finger from
the shutter button and retry shooting after the orange lamp turns off.
䢇 In macro shooting (
Page 60), shadows may be conspicuous or correct
exposure may not be achieved. Always check your image on the monitor after
macro shooting.
䢇 The flash overrides in the Continuous Shooting mode (
Page 62).
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Zooming in on a Subject
(Digital Zoom)
You can shoot telephoto images by varying the magnification up to 2X. At 1X, the
image taken by the camera is equivalent to an image taken with a
compact camera (35 mm film) using a 36 mm lens, but digital zoom allows you to
shoot a zoomed-in image equivalent to that shot using a 72 mm lens.
Operating Procedure
OK/menu button
Monitor button
Check that the lens barrier is
open.
1. Press the
arrow pad key.
[The monitor turns on and starts to show
the image to be shot.
The zoomed image cannot be
confirmed in the viewfinder. Be sure to
observe the monitor during shooting
with zooming.
Arrow pad
2. Press and hold the
arrow pad
key.
[The image can be magnified (toward the
“T”) in steps up to 2X.
3. Press the
T
arrow pad key.
[The image is zoomed out (toward the
“W”) to 1X.
4. Press the
W
monitor button.
[The monitor turns off and digital zoom is
canceled.
Digital Zoom
The image will be of a lower resolution and will appear grainy when the digital
zoom is used.
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ADVANCED SHOOTING FEATURES
Shooting a Close Subject (Macro Shooting)
It is recommended to use the Macro mode when shooting a subject at a distance of
less than 0.5 meter/1.6 feet.
Operating Procedure
OK/menu button
Check that the lens barrier is
open.
1 /3
AUTO
OFF
OFF
OFF
SELECT
END
OK
Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen
Arrow pad
1. Press the
OK/menu button.
[The monitor shows the shooting mode
menu 1/3.
2. Select
by pressing the
arrow pad key.
3. Select “ON” by pressing the
or
arrow pad key.
1 /3
AUTO
OFF
OFF
OFF
SELECT
or
END
OK
4. Press the
OK/menu button.
[The monitor turns on so you can compose
close-up images in the monitor.
is
displayed on the monitor.
Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen
can also be displayed by pressing the
arrow pad key when the
lens barrier is open. The tulip-shaped macro mark ( ) is inscribed
on the right of the
arrow pad key. The setting menu disappears
after a moment when no operation is performed.
In the Macro mode, keep the distance between the camera and subject between about
10 cm/4 in and 0.5 m/1.6 ft. Otherwise, correct shooting may not be possible due to
errors in focus and exposure.
When the camera is less than 10 cm/0.4 in from the subject, the shutter will not release
because autofocus is not possible.
In macro shooting (
Page 60), shadows may be conspicuous or correct
exposure may not be achieved. Always check your image on the monitor after
macro shooting.
Be sure to observe the monitor, not the viewfinder, in the Macro mode.
The macro mode is automaticaly canceled when the camera is tured off.
ADVANCED SHOOTING FEATURES
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Using the Self-Timer
You can shoot images with self-timer operation. This is useful for
taking pictures with yourself included in the image. Fix the camera
securely on a tripod, etc., before self-timer shooting.
OK/menu button
Operating Procedure
1 /3
AUTO
OFF
OFF
OFF
SELECT
END
OK
Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen
Arrow pad
AUTO
OFF
OFF
OFF
OK/menu button.
[The monitor shows the shooting mode
menu 1/3.
END
by pressing the
arrow pad key.
3. Select “ON” by pressing the
or
or
arrow pad key.
OK
Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen
Self-timer mark
1. Press the
2. Select
1 /3
SELECT
Check that the lens barrier is
open.
4. Press the
OK/menu button.
[Self-timer is set and the self-timer mark
( ) is displayed on the monitor.
5. Compose the image in the monitor or
viewfinder, and then press the shutter
button.
[The self-timer lamp on the front of the
camera lights for 10 seconds and then
blinks for 2 seconds, after which the
shutter is released.
After shooting:
Self-timer is canceled automatically after
shooting a single image.
To cancel self-timer:
Close the lens barrier while the self-timer
lamp lights to turn the camera off.
Self-timer lamp
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ADVANCED SHOOTING FEATURES
Shooting Images Sequentially
(Continuous Shooting)
The Continuous Shooting mode allows you to take a rapid succession of still
images by pressing and holding the shutter button. You can choose the best image
from a series of sequential shots. When you have found your best shot, you can
also erase the rest of the images. (Page 46)
Operating Procedure
OK/menu button
Check that the lens barrier is
open.
1 /3
AUTO
OFF
OFF
OFF
SELECT
END
1. Press the
OK/menu button.
[The monitor shows the shooting mode
menu 1/3.
OK
Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen
Arrow pad
2. Select
by pressing the
arrow pad key.
1 /3
AUTO
OFF
OFF
OFF
SELECT
END
or
arrow pad key.
4. Press the
OK
Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen
Continuous shooting mode
3. Select “ON” by pressing the
or
OK/menu button.
[The Continuous Shooting mode is
engaged and is displayed on the monitor.
5. Press and hold the shutter button.
[Multiple images will be shot in rapid
succession for as long as your keep the
button pressed.
6. Close the lens barrier and open it
again to restore the default SingleFrame Shooting mode.
ADVANCED SHOOTING FEATURES
Flash is not available in the Continuous Shooting mode. Even when the flash
mode is set to Auto, it is switched to Flash Off.
To prevent camera shake, the maximum shutter speed is limited to 1/30
second. As a result, dark subjects may look darker than in other shooting
modes.
After continuous shooting, a longer time than usual may be required to save
the images to the card (the period in which the orange lamp on the right of the
viewfinder blinks).
The maximum number of images that can be shot in succession varies on the
record mode and the number of shootable images on the card.
Do not open the card cover or remove the AC adapter, batteries or card while
the orange lamp on the right of the viewfinder is blinking.
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ADVANCED SHOOTING FEATURES
Varying the Image Brightness
(Exposure Compensation)
Although the camera’s exposure is set automatically, you can vary it to change the
image brightness in the range of ±2 stops (to 4-times brighter or 1/4-times darker
image) in 0.5-stop steps.
Use this function to obtain correct brightness (exposure) when there is significant
contrast (difference in brightness) in the image. If you want a white object to
appear as white as possible, adjust + to increase the exposure. If you want a
black object to appear as black as possible, adjust to to decrease the exposure.
Operating Procedure
OK/menu button
Check that the lens barrier is
open.
1 /3
AUTO
OFF
OFF
OFF
SELECT
END
1. Press the
OK/menu button.
[The monitor shows the shooting mode
menu 1/3.
OK
Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen
Arrow paad
2. Select
by pressing the
arrow pad key.
2 /3
3. Select a + value (to brighten image)
HQ
AUTO
ON
SELECT
END
or
OK
Shooting mode menu 2/3 screen
or – value (to darken image) by
pressing the
or
arrow pad
key.
ADVANCED SHOOTING FEATURES
4. Press the
2 /3
+1.5
HQ
WB
SELECT
AUTO
ON
END
OK/menu button.
[The camera returns to the shooting
mode and the monitor shows the
corrected exposure value.
OK
Shooting mode menu 2/3 screen
Corrected exposure value
5. Press the shutter button.
[Images can be shot successively while
maintaining the corrected exposure
value.
6. Turn the camera OFF.
[The exposure value is reset to ±0 (no
correction).
The exposure compensation value on the
monitor goes out.
When the exposure is corrected, the brightness of the image displayed on the
monitor also changes. However, the variation may be less noticeable when the
subject is dark. In this case, check the shot image to confirm that exposure is
satisfactory.
If the flash is used, the image brightness (exposure) may differ from the
intended brightness (exposure).
Exposure compensation cannot correct the image if the surroundings of the
subject are extremely bright or dark.
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66
ADVANCED SHOOTING FEATURES
Varying the Image Color Tone
(White Balance Control)
This camera incorporates electronic circuitry to automatically adjust color hues so
that they look natural (auto white balance control circuit). If auto white balance
control does not produce accurate results due to weather or illumination, you can
control the white balance manually.
Natural hues cannot be obtained automatically under a mixture of artificial
lighting and natural lighting or under fluorescent lighting.
Operating Procedure
OK/menu button
Check that the lens barrier is
open.
1. Press the
1 /3
AUTO
OFF
OFF
OFF
SELECT
END
OK
Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen
Arrow pad
OK/menu button.
[The monitor shows the shooting mode
menu 1/3.
2. Press the
or
arrow pad key
to display the shooting mode menu
2/3. and then select
.
3. Select one of the following white
balance control modes by pressing
the
or
arrow pad keys.
2 /3
HQ
AUTO
ON
SELECT
END
OK
Shooting mode menu 2/3 screen
HQ
ON
END
OK
ADVANCED SHOOTING FEATURES
White Balance Settings
This is the default setting, which is not displayed on the
monitor. The white balance is controlled automatically so
that colors look natural.
(Clear Sky): The white balance is controlled so that colors look
natural in outdoors under a clear sky.
(Cloudy Sky): The white balance is controlled so that colors
look natural in outdoors under a cloudy sky.
(Incandescent Lamp): The white balance is controlled so that
colors look natural in under incandescent lighting.
(Fluorescent Lamp): The white balance is controlled so that
colors look natural in outdoors under fluorescent lighting.
[AUTO:
[
[
[
[
White balance setting
SHQ
4. Press the
OK/menu button.
[The camera returns to the shooting
mode and the monitor shows the white
balance setting.
5. Press the shutter button.
[Images can be shot successively while
maintaining the selected white balance
setting.
6. Close the lens barrier to turn the
camera off turn the camera off.
[The white balance control is reset to
Auto White Balance Control mode.
If you want an image color tone that resembles what you see under
incandescent lighting, set the white balance control mode to
(clear sky).
This will produce colors like those seen under an incandescent lamp.
Under special light sources, the white balance control circuitry may not work as
intended.
After shooting, be sure to check the color tone on the monitor to see if the set
white balance control value is optimal.
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ADVANCED SHOOTING FEATURES
Muting the Beep Tones
The beep tones generated by the camera may be annoying when shooting images at
a wedding, theater or when photographing animals. You can mute the beep tones in
such cases.
Operating Procedure
OK/menu button
Check that the lens barrier is
open.
1. Press the
1 /3
AUTO
OFF
OFF
OFF
SELECT
END
OK
Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen
Arrow pad
OK/menu button.
[The monitor shows the shooting mode
menu 1/3.
2. Select
by pressing the
arrow pad key.
or
3. Select “OFF” by pressing the
2 /3
or
arrow pad key.
HQ
AUTO
ON
SELECT
END
4. Press the
OK/menu button.
[The camera returns to the shooting
mode.
OK
Shooting mode menu 2/3 screen
5. Now you can start shooting with beep
tones muted.
[Images can be shot with beep tones
muted.
䢇 The beep tone muting setting is
held in memory even after the
camera is turned off.
䢇 The beep tones can be turned
on and off from the playback
mode menu.
VIEWING
OPTIONS
Pictures taken with this camera can be displayed in
many ways, offering a wide range of entertainment
possibilities. This chapter describes various ways to
view images including image printing and downloading
data to a PC.
When the camera is connected to a TV, PC or printer, it
is recommended to power the camera from the dedicated
AC adapter.
Using the AC Adapter (Optional)
Viewing Images on a TV Screen
Printing Images in a Lab or on a Printer
Making a Print Reservation on Smart Media Card
Operations Available with Your PC
Finding the Best Way to Download Image Data
to Your PC
Downloading Image Data to Your PC
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VIEWING OPTIONS
Using the AC Adapter (Optional)
The optional dedicated AC adapter allows you to power the camera from a household power outlet.
Household power outlet
AC adapter
DC IN jack
Do not unplug the AC adapter when
the camera is on. Doing so may
cause problems with the camera’s
settings.
If the camera is connected to a TV
or PC for a long period while the
camera is powered by batteries, the
power supply may run out during
operation, potentially damaging the
image data. To prevent this, we
recommend you power the camera
from the AC adapter.
Observe the following points to prevent a fire
hazard, electric shock or burns.
Use an AC adapter that matches your local
voltage. For more information, contact
your dealer or local Olympus service representative.
Do not unplug the AC adapter when the
camera is turned on. Doing so may affect
camera settings.
Do not use the camera if the AC adapter is
not plugged in completely.
Never plug or unplug the AC adapter
into/from a power outlet with wet hands.
In case of abnormality with the AC adapter
or cord, such as abnormal heat, burning
smell or smoke, immediately unplug the
AC adapter from the power outlet and
contact your dealer or local Olympus
service representative.
Never use an AC adapter other than that
supplied by Olympus. Otherwise, the
camera or power supply circuitry may
malfunction or an unexpected accident
may occur. Note that Olympus assumes
no liability for damage due to the use of
AC adapters not specified.
When unplugging the AC adapter from the
power outlet, be sure to hold the main
body of AC adapter, not the cord.
Never stretch, bend, twist or extend the
AC adapter cord.
When you find damage, wire disconnection or plug contact failure with the AC
adapter cord, immediately contact your
dealer.
Before plugging or unplugging the AC
adapter, always ensure that the camera is
off regardless of whether the camera is
powered by the batteries or not.
When the camera is not in use, be sure to
unplug the AC adapter from the power
outlet.
This AC adapter cannot charge rechargeable batteries. To charge rechargeable batteries, use a dedicated battery recharger.
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Viewing Images on a TV Screen
A/V OUT jack
(yellow)
You can display images on a large
TV screen by connecting the
camera to a TV set using the video
cable.
Operating Procedure
Check that the TV and camera
are off and that the camera’s
lens barrier is closed.
1. Connect the video cable to the A/V
OUT jack of the camera and video
input connector of the TV.
Monitor button
2. Turn the TV on and select the video
input.
For video input selection, refer to
your TV’s instruction manual.
3. Hold down the
monitor button on
the camera for a moment.
[The camera turns on in the Playback
mode, and the last image taken is
displayed on the TV screen.
Arrow pad
The camera’s monitor turns off when
the camera is connected to a TV.
The displayed image may deviate
from the center of the screen. This
is due to the adjustment of the TV
and is not a malfunction.
The Slide Show function can also be
used with a TV screen. (
Page 48)
4. Select the image to view using the
arrow pad keys. (
Page 44)
With certain TVs, a black frame may be displayed around the displayed image. If the
video signal of such an image is output from the TV to a video printer (optionally
available), the black frame may be more noticeable in the printed image.
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VIEWING OPTIONS
Printing Images in a Lab or on a Printer
Even without a printer connected to a PC,
you can print images directly from the card
by taking the card to a lab.
To Print Images in a Photo Lab
or on a DPOF-Compatible Printer
You can print images by bringing the card
to a photo studio or lab or loading it in a
printer with DPOF compatibility.
About DPOF
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) is
a format used to record automatic
print information from cameras. By
specifying which images are to be
printed, the images can be printed
easily by DPOF-compatible printing
service labs or a household-type
DPOF-compatible printer.
By reserving the images to be
printed in the card using DPOF
(
Page 74), you do not have to specify
the images to be printed when you insert
the card in a DPOF-compatible printer or
when you bring the card to a DPOFcompatible photo lab. (However, DPOF
reservation cannot specify how many
copies of each image to print.)
This camera cannot modify reservations made by other DPOF equipment. DPOF
reservations should be modified on the equipment used to make them.
If a DPOF reservation is made using this camera on a card which has already
been subjected to DPOF reservation by another device, the reservation made by
the other device may be canceled.
Parts of the DPOF reservation function may be restricted with certain printers or
labs.
Consult your lab for service availability of digital image printing from media
other than SmartMedia.
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73
To Print Images on a Dedicated
Printer
The optional P-400, P-200, P330N(E) and P-330(E) printers are
provided with DPOF compatibility. DPOFreserved images can be printed simply by
inserting a card subjected to DPOF print
reservation (
Page 74) in any of these
printers. For details, please refer to the
instruction manual of the specified printer.
P-40/P-200/P-330N(E)/P-330(E)
Main Features of the P-400/P-200/P330N(E)/P-330(E)
• Single-frame print
• Multi-frame print (4-frame print/9-frame
print)
• DPOF-reserved print
• Camera reservation (card print reservation)
• Trimming print (1.5X/2X)
• Date print
• Mirror print* (left and right reversed)
*This function is not available with the P-400 and
P-200.
It is not possible to print images saved on the card by connecting a printer
directly to the USB connector of the camera.
If images are printed by connecting the P-330N(E)/P-330(E) printer directly to the
A/V OUT jack of the camera, you will not be able to take advantage of the printer’s full performance.
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VIEWING OPTIONS
Making a Print Reservation on SmartMedia Card
Single-frame print & all-frame print
By specifying the desired number of prints for each of the images saved on a card,
you can print out the desired number of copies of each image with a DPOFcompatible printer or at a photo lab.
OK/menu button
Operating Procedure
Check that the camera is set to
the Playback mode by pressing
the
monitor button.
1 /3
NO
OFF
1. Press the
NO
NO
SELECT
SET
OK
Playback mode menu 1/3
OK/menu button.
[The display shows the playback mode
menu 1/3.
Arrow pad
2. Select
by pressing the
arrow pad key.
2/3
NO
OFF
SELECT
SET
or
OK
3. Press the
Playback mode
menu 2/3
OK/menu button.
[The card print reservation screen is
displayed.
3
YES
OFF
4. Select
or
by pressing the
or
arrow pad key. Select “YES”
by pressing the the
or
arrow
pad key, and then press the
OK/menu button.
YES
NO
SELECT
SET
Card print reservation screen
OK
[If you select
[If you select
, skip to step 8.
, go to the next step.
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Single-frame reservation: Selects and reserves the frame you want to print.
All-frame reservation: Reserves all the frames in the card.
Number of prints
HQ
.12
12.23
23
3 45
FRAME
5. When
is selected above, also select the
image to be printed by pressing the
or
arrow pad key.
6. Select the desired number of prints (up
12
END
OK
to 999) by pressing the
key, and then press the
or
arrow pad
OK/menu button.
7. Select the next image to be printed by pressing
the
or
arrow pad key and select the
desired number of prints in the same way as
described above.
PRINT ORDERED
28
(15 )
image frames, press the
OK/menu button.
[The confirmation screen is displayed
(reserved images and numbers).
CANCEL
SELECT
SET
8. After completing reservation of the desired
OK
Card print reservation confirmation screen
9. Select “YES” by pressing the
or
button,
and then press the
OK/menu button.
[The card print reservation is made and
the playback mode menu 2/3 is restored.
The reservation data on the card is held in memory even when the camera
is turned off.
Selecting “RESET” clears all reservation.
If the card already contains reservation data made by this camera, the message “PRINT ORDERED” is displayed after step 3 together with the reserved
frame numbers and print counts.
To cancel previous reservations, select “RESET” and press the
OK/menu
button.
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VIEWING OPTIONS
Operations Available with Your PC
You can download images from the camera to a PC and take advantage of PC-based
image processing and other features provided with commercially available
application software.
With CAMEDIA Master
Storing image data on a PC hard disk.
Viewing high-resolution images on the
PC screen.
Inserting images shot in documents.
Attaching images to e-mail.
Inserting text into images to make
calendars or postcards.
Copying images or documents
containing images onto an MO or CD-R
disk.
Retouching of images by adjusting the
hue, brightness, etc.
What you can do with your PC depends on the software running on your PC and on
its operating environment. For details, please refer to your PC’s instruction
manual and the manuals of the software you are using.
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77
Finding the Best Way to Download
Image Data to Your PC
Use this flowchart to find the best way to download images that have been shot
with this camera to your PC.
Start
Does your PC have a
USB interface?
USB cable
Yes
Use the provided USB cable.
(
Page 78)
Is there a connector marked
on your PC?
SmartMedia reader/writer
Use the optional USB
SmartMedia
reader/writer
(
Page 79).
No
Does your PC have a
built-in floppy disk
drive?
Yes
FlashPath floppy disk adapter
Use the optional
FlashPath floppy disk
adapter (
Page 79).
No
Does your PC have a
built-in PC card slot?
No
Consult your nearest
Olympus representative.
See the list on the back
cover of this manual.
Yes
PC card adapter
Use the optional PC
card adapter
(
Page 79).
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VIEWING OPTIONS
Connecting the Camera to Your PC through the Dedicated USB Cable
You can use the dedicated USB cable to download images shot with this camera to
your PC. If your PC does not have a USB interface, refer to Page 77 to find the best
way to download image data to your PC.
The following setup is required to download image data to your PC. Note that the
downloading method used may differ depending on your PC’s operating
environment.
PC Environment
Windows 2000 Professional/Me
Mac OS 8.6*~9.0.4
Windows 98/98 Second
Edition
Items Required for Connection
Connection Cable
Software
Dedicated USB cable
Not necessary
Dedicated USB cable
USB driver**
* Compatibility with Mac OS8.6 has only been confirmed on USB-compatible systems using
USB Mass Storage Support 1.3.5.
** Included on the provided CD-ROM. The latest version of the USB driver can be downloaded
from the Olympus web site.
It is recommended that you power the camera from the optional AC adapter. If battery power runs out while the PC is accessing the card in the camera, the camera
turns off in the middle of operation and this could destroy image files (data).
When the camera is connected to a PC, none of the camera buttons is functional.
Even if your PC has a USB port, operation is not guaranteed if any of the
following environments is applicable to your PC.
PC running Windows 98 upgraded from Windows 95
PC running Windows 95
PC running Windows NT4.0
Operation is not guaranteed if your PC runs Mac OS or an upgraded version of
USB Mass Storage Support.
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䢇 Downloading Images Directly to Your PC from the Card
If you use one of the following methods, you can download images directly to a PC
from the card without connecting the camera to the PC. (Note that you will need an
appropriate application to open the image.) For the latest information regarding each
equipment, consult your local Olympus representative.
䢇 SmartMedia reader/writer
If your PC is USB-compatible and you have the optional USB
SmartMedia reader/writer:
By connecting the SmartMedia reader/writer to the USB port of
your PC and inserting the card into it, you can download images
to your PC directly from the card. First make sure that your PC is
a USB-compatible machine with Windows 98/Mac OS 8.6 or later.
For details, see the USB SmartMedia reader/writer instructions.
USB SmartMedia reader/writer
䢇 FlashPath floppy disk adapter
FlashPath floppy disk adapter
If you have the optionally available Flash Path floppy disk
adapter:
By loading the card into the adapter and inserting the adapter
into your PC’s floppy disk drive, you can download images to
your PC directly from the card. For details, see the floppy disk
adapter instructions.
䢇 PC card adapter
If you have the optionally available PC card adapter:
By loading the card into the adapter and inserting the adapter
into your PC’s PC card slot, you can download images to your
PC directly from the card. For details, see the PC card adapter
instructions.
PC card adapter
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VIEWING OPTIONS
For updated information on optional accessories, visit our website at
http://www.olympus.com
Depending on the PC operating environment or storage capacity of the card, the
above devices may be unusable. Make sure you can use your required device
before trying to download images.
Errors will occur frequently if a card with a write protect seal attached is used on
a PC. Do not use such a card. For details, see the adapter’s instructions
If the file name of an image file is altered or the file is moved to another folder
(directory), it may not be possible to play back the image on the camera’s
built-in monitor.
It may not be possible to play back image files on the camera’s monitor if the
files were saved using an application other than Olympus CAMEDIA Master.
VIEWING OPTIONS
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Downloading Image Data to Your PC
You can plug and unplug a USB cable regardless of whether the PC and
camera are on or off. It is recommended that you plug in the AC adapter to
power the camera before you start the following procedure. (
Page 70)
Operating Procedure
1. Connect the end of the USB cable
marked
PC.
To USB port
to the USB port on your
The location of the USB port varies
depending on the PC.
2. Open the connector cover on the
camera.
3. Connect the end of the USB cable
To USB connector
When using a Windows PC
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marked
to the USB connector on
the camera.
[When the camera starts downloading,
the green lamp on the right of the
viewfinder lights.
The connection is complete.
When using a Macintosh with OS9*
Page 85
* For details on operating procedure with Mac
OS8.6, consult your local Olympus representative.
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VIEWING OPTIONS
When using a Windows PC
Make sure the camera is properly
connected to your PC.
5. If the PC screen displays the window
shown on the left and your PC stops at
the window shown in step 6 below, go
to step 6. If the window disappears,
go to step 13 on Page 84.
6. Click “Next” in the window shown on
the left.
Click
7. Select “Search for the best driver for
your device” in the window shown on
the left, and then click “Next”.
Check
Click
8. Insert the provided CD-ROM into the
PC.
VIEWING OPTIONS
9.
Click
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If the window shown on the left is
displayed automatically, press
“close” to close it.
10. After selecting “Specify a location”
in the window shown on the left,
specify the “WIN 98” folder in the
CD-ROM and click “Next”.
If you don’t know what drive the CDROM is set as, you can select it from
the “Browse” button.
Check
The figure shown on the left is
displayed as is when the CD-ROM is
set as the F drive. If your PC’s CDROM is set otherwise, the drive will be
displayed accordingly.
Click
F:¥USB¥WIN98
Browse button
11. Click “Next” in the window shown on
the left.
Click
12. Click “Finish” in the window shown
on the left.
Click
Steps 5 to 9 are required only when the camera is being connected to a PC for the first time. Skip to
step 13 from the next time.
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VIEWING OPTIONS
Double
Click
13. Open “My Computer” on the desktop
of the PC.
14. Open “Removable Disk (E:)”.
Double
Click
The figure shown on the left is displayed as is when the removable disk
is set as the E drive. The drive will be
displayed differently depending on
what type of device (MO disk drive,
USB card reader/writer, etc.) is connected to your PC.
15. Open the “Dcim” folder.
Double
Click
16. Open “100olymp” folder.
Double
Click
17. Now you can view images (JPEG
files).
When images are only displayed, it
does not mean they are saved. For
how to save images, refer to the user’s
guide of your PC.
VIEWING OPTIONS
When using a Macintosh with OS9
Double
Click
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Make sure the camera is properly
connected to your PC.
5. The desktop of the PC shows an “untitled” icon.
6. Open “untitled”.
7. Open the “DCIM” folder.
Double
Click
8.
Open the “100OLYMP” folder.
Double
Click
9. Now you can view images (JPEG
files).
When images are only displayed, it
does not mean they are saved. For
how to save images, refer to the user’s
guide of your PC.
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VIEWING OPTIONS
Downloaded images can be viewed using Olympus CAMEDIA Master or
other graphic software such as Paint Shop Pro or Photoshop, as well as
Internet browsers such as Netscape Communicator and Microsoft
Internet Explorer. For details, refer to your software user’s manual.
For the latest optional equipment, visit the Olympus website or see the
latest brochures.
TROUBLESHOOTING
If you have a question related to a camera feature, you
cannot obtain satisfactory images, or you think there is
a malfunction, please refer to the page below that most
closely corresponds with your question. Many
problems with this camera can be solved easily without
the help of Olympus service representatives.
Simplified Operation Chart
If an Alarm Message Is Displayed
If an Operation Does Not Work
If Image Quality is Poor
Frequently Asked Questions
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Simplified Operation Chart
Refer to this chart whenever you’re not sure what the correct operation
sequence is. For detailed descriptions of each operation, page references are
provided in this chart.
<Shooting mode>
Press
Flash (P. 56)
Press
Macro (P. 60)
Press
Digital zoom (P. 59)
Flash (P. 56)
Open the lens barrier Press the
OK/menu button
<Shooting mode
menu>
Macro (P. 60)
Self-timer (P. 61)
Continuous shooting (P. 62)
Exposure compensation (P. 64)
For
shooting
images
Image quality (P. 54)
White balance (P. 66)
Beep tones (P. 68)
Date/time setting (P. 26)
Close the lens barrier
Monitor adjustment (P. 52)
<Playback mode>
Press
Press the
display button
Press
Press the
OK/menu button
<Playback mode
menu>
Single-frame playback (P. 42)
Magnified-image
playback (P. 44)
Single-frame erasure (P. 46)
All-frame erasure (P. 47)
Slide show (P. 48)
Protection (P. 50)
Monitor adjustment (P. 52)
Print reservation (P. 74)
Formatting (P. 24)
Beep tones (P. 68)
Date/time setting (P. 26)
Using
external
devices
TV screen viewing (P. 71)
Printing (P. 72)
Downloading to PC (P. 77)
For
viewing
images
TROUBLESHOOTING
If an Alarm Message Is Displayed
Warning Monitor Display
Error Meaning
Treatment
Card absence
Card is not inserted or
recognized.
Insert a card or, if it is already
inserted, remove and insert it again.
No more image can be
shot because the number
of shootable images have
reached 0.
Replace the card or erase
unnecessary images.
Data write to the card is
prohibited.
If you want to save images on the
card, remove the write protect seal.
(See the SmartMedia instructions.)
Shooting, playback and
erasure are not possible.
Clean the card’s connector with a
piece of cleaning paper and format
the card again. A card which cannot
be formatted is unusable.
The image cannot be
viewed.
The image file in use is not
compatible with the camera. The
image should be viewed on a PC,
etc.
Playback is impossible.
You are trying to play back a card
on which no images have been
recorded.
NO CARD
Card full
CARD FULL
Write protect
CARD PROTECTED
Card error
CARD ERROR
Playback error
CAN NOT OPEN FILE
No image
NO PICTURE
Card cover
The camera does not work
Close the card cover until it clicks.
properly.
CARD-COVER OPEN
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90
TROUBLESHOOTING
If an Operation Does Not Work
When the camera does not work properly
Cause
Remedy
See
The camera power is off.
Open the lens barrier to turn the camera on.
P. 30
Batteries are inserted the wrong way.
Remove and insert correctly.
P. 29
The battery power has run out.
Replace the batteries with new ones.
P. 29
Battery performance has dropped
temporarily due to cold.
Warm the batteries by putting them in your
pocket before retrying operation.
P. 29
The camera turned off automatically.
Close the lens barrier and then open it again.
P. 30
The camera is connected to a PC.
Camera operation is not possible while the
camera is connected to a PC.
—
Dew condensation has occurred
inside the camera.
Let the camera dry without turning it on. Once it
is completely dry, turn it on.
—
When the flash does not emit light
Cause
Remedy
See
The subject is too bright.
If you want to use the flash, set the flash mode
to the Fill-in Flash mode.
P. 58
The Continuous Shooting mode is
engaged.
The flash cannot be used in the Continuous
Shooting mode.
—
When the monitor is not clearly visible
Cause
Remedy
See
The monitor brightness is set
improperly.
Adjust the brightness.
P. 52
You are watching the monitor under
sunlight.
Shade the sunlight with your hand, etc.
—
TROUBLESHOOTING
When pressing the shutter button, the camera does not take a picture
Cause
Remedy
See
The flash is not fully recharged or you
pressed the shutter button while the
camera is still processing the last shot.
Remove your finger from the shutter button and
press it again when the orange lamp has
stopped blinking.
P. 37
There is a problem with the card.
Check the error message.
P. 89
The card is full.
Replace the card, erase unnecessary image
frames or download images to a PC, and then
erase all image frames in the card.
P. 46
P. 47
P. 81
The battery power has run out during
shooting or card writing.
Replace the batteries with new ones.
P. 19
The remaining battery power is low.
Replace the batteries. (If the orange lamp is
blinking to indicate that data is being written in
the card, wait until the blinking stops.)
P. 19
A write protect seal is attached to the
card or no card is inserted in the
camera.
Insert a new card or remove the write protect
seal.
P. 22
P. 24
The camera is in the Playback mode.
Open the lens barrier.
P. 30
The last-shot image is being written
to the card.
(The orange lamp blinks.)
Remove your finger from the shutter button, and
then wait until the orange lamp goes out before
retrying shooting.
P. 37
The subject is too close.
Set the camera to the Macro mode, and then
press the shutter button again.
P. 60
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92
TROUBLESHOOTING
When the monitor cannot display images
Cause
Remedy
See
The camera is in the shooting mode.
Close the lens barrier and press the
monitor button so that the monitor turns on and
displays an image.
P. 42
No image has been saved on the card
in use.
The display shows message “NO PICTURE”.
Note that playback is possible only after images
are shot.
P. 42
P. 89
The digital camera is connected to a
TV.
The monitor turns off while the camera is
connected to a PC.
P. 71
There is a problem with the card.
Check the error message.
P. 89
When image protection, single-frame erasure, all-frame erasure or formatting is impossible
Cause
Remedy
See
A write protect seal is attached to the
card.
Remove the seal. Note that the removed seal
should not be reused.
P. 25
When an error message is displayed during data downloading to the connected PC
Cause
Remedy
See
The cable is not connected properly.
Check that it is connected properly.
P. 81
The camera is off.
Press the
era on.
monitor button to turn the cam-
P. 30
The battery power is low.
It is recommended to use the AC adapter
(optional) when the digital camera is connected
to a PC.
P. 70
P. 81
The USB driver is installed incorrectly Observe instructions given in the installation
in your PC.
manual of the USB driver and make sure that the
camera is recognized by your PC.
TROUBLESHOOTING
If Image Quality Is Poor
When the image is too bright
Cause
Remedy
See
The flash mode is set to the Fill-in
Flash mode.
Close the lens barrier to restore the Auto-Flash
mode, or select the Fill-In Flash mode
P. 56
The subject was too brightly
illuminated.
Correct the exposure or shoot the subject from a P. 64
different angle or point the camera in a different
direction and lock the exposure.
When the image is too dark
Cause
Remedy
See
You blocked the flash with your
finger, etc.
Hold the camera correctly, taking care not to
cover the flash surface
P. 28
The subject was out of reach of the
flash.
Shoot the subject from a distance of less than
about 3 m/9.8 ft.
P. 56
You shot a dark subject against back
light.
Set the flash mode to the Fill-in Flash mode.
P. 57
When the colors in an image shot indoors are abnormal
Cause
Remedy
See
The image color tone is affected by
the illumination light.
Set the flash mode to the Fill-in Flash mode.
P. 61
The subject does not contain any
white.
Shoot the subject with something white in the
field of view or set the white balance control
according to the current lighting condition.
P. 66
The white balance control setting is
wrong.
Set the white balance control according to the
lighting condition.
P. 66
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94
TROUBLESHOOTING
When part of image is cut off
Cause
Remedy
See
The lens was blocked by your finger
or the strap.
Hold the camera correctly, taking care not to
cover the lens.
P. 28
The subject shooting distance was
too close.
Shoot the image by using the monitor.
P. 34
Remedy
See
When the image is out of focus
Cause
The camera moved at the moment you Hold the camera correctly and press the shutter
pressed the shutter button (camera
button gently.
shake).
P. 28
The AF target marking was not placed Bring the subject to be focused on the center of
exactly on the subject.
the screen or use the Focus Lock mode.
P. 40
The lens is dirty.
Use a commercially available lens blower to get
rid of the dust on the lens, and then wipe the
lens gently with lens cleaning paper.
The Macro mode was used
improperly.
Use the Macro mode only when the working
distance is between 10 cm/0.4 in and 0.5 m/1.6
ft. In other case, use the normal mode.
—
P. 60
In self-timer shooting, you pressed
Do not stand in front of the camera. Press the
the shutter button while in front of the shutter button while using the viewfinder.
camera.
P. 61
The flash mode was set to the Flash
Off mode in a low light condition
where the flash is required.
P. 58
Since shutter speed decreases and exposure
time increases in this mode, use a tripod or
hold the camera securely.
TROUBLESHOOTING
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q
How can I maximize is the battery life?
A
Actual battery life is variable depending on the operating hours of the monitor, operating frequency of the flash, type of battery and temperature of the operating environment. As battery power
consumption is particularly high when the monitor is on, it is recommended to turn the monitor
off whenever possible. You do not have to worry about battery life if you use the optional AC
adapter.
Q
What do I do if the date saved with the pictured data is not correct?
A
The date is not set at the factory. You must set the date yourself before shooting images
(
Page 26). Note that the date and time settings are cleared when the camera is left for about
a dayr without batteries.
Q
Can a filter or hood be attached to the camera?
A
No.
Q
Can an external flash be attached to the camera?
A
No.
Q
Why do the eyes look red when they are shot under flash light?
A
With any kind of compact camera, eyes tend to look red when the flash is used. This is because
the retinas reflect the flash light. The occurrence frequency of this phenomenon is variable
depending on individuals and the shooting conditions such as the surrounding light. In general,
this phenomenon tends to occur more frequently with bright-eyed people than with dark-eyed
people. The occurrence frequency can be reduced considerably by setting the flash mode to the
Red-Eye Reduction Flash mode (
Page 57).
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Q
How should the camera be stored?
A
Keep the camera away from dust, moisture and salt. Wipe the camera well and dry it before storage. When the camera has been used at a beach, moisten a cloth in fresh water, ring the cloth
well and wipe the camera with it. Do not use moth repellent when storing the camera. Be sure to
remove the batteries when the camera is not to be used for a long period of time.*
* Calendar date and time selection will be reset in about 1 hour.
Q
Can the camera be connected to any PC?
A
It can be connected to most recent PC models equipped with a USB port. It can also be connected to Macintosh machines or notebook machines. However, USB is supported differently
depending on the operating system of your PC. For details, see Page 78.
Q
What is USB?
A
USB stands for Universal Serial Bus. It is a new means of connection allowing data transfer to a
PC. It is convenient because you do not have to turn the camera and PC off before connecting
the USB cable. If your PC has a rectangular connector marked
, measuring about 6 x 15
mm/0.25 x 0.5 in, it is the USB port.
Q
What kind of software is required to retouch images or insert them in documents
on the PC?
A
If your PC runs Windows, retouching is possible using the Windows Photo Editor provided with
Microsoft Office for Windows 98, etc.
Also note that images can be inserted directly in documents when these are created using word
processing software such as Microsoft Word. For details, see the instructions of the software you
use.
SPECIFICATIONS
GLOSSARY
OF TERMS
Specifications
Glossary of Terms
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SPECIFICATIONS/GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Specifications
Type
Recording system
Recording medium
: Digital camera (record/play type)
: Digital recording, JPEG (DCF-compliant)/DPOF-compatible
: 3 V (3.3 V) SmartMedia 4 MB, 8 MB, 16 MB, 32 MB, 64
MB and 128 MB
Number of shootable
: Approx. 18 (SHQ mode, 8 MB card)
frames
Approx. 36 (HQ mode, 8 MB card)
Approx. 122 (SQ mode, 8 MB card)
Erasure
: Single-frame erasure, all-frame erasure
Image pickup device
: 1/3.2-inch CCD solid-state image pickup device, 1.31 million pixels (total)
No. of recording pixels : 1280 x 960 pixels (SHQ and HQ modes)
640 x 480 pixels (SQ mode)
White balance control : Full-auto TTL, presets (Clear Sky, Cloudy sky, Incandescent
Lamp and Fluorescent Lamp)
Lens
: Olympus lens, 4.5 mm, F2.8, 6 elements in 5 groups
(equivalent to 36 mm lens with 35 mm camera)
Photometric system
: Digital ESP metering using image pickup device
Exposure control system : Programmed auto exposure
Aperture settings*
: F2.8, F8
Shutter speed*
: 1/2 to 1/1000 sec.
(in combination with the mechanical shutter)
*Manual setting is not available.
Shooting distance
: 0.5 m/1.6 ft to ∞ (normal mode), 10 cm to 0.5 m/0.4 in to
1.6 ft (macro mode)
Viewfinder
: Optical, real-image viewfinder (with AF target) and LCD
monitor
Monitor
: 1.5-inch, TFT color LCD monitor
No. of monitor screen pixels : Approx. 118,000
On-screen display
: Date/time, frame number, protection, record mode, remaining battery power, file number, print reservation, menus, etc.
SPECIFICATIONS/GLOSSARY OF TERMS
99
Flash recharging time
Flash working range
Flash modes
: Approx. 9 sec. or less (normal temperature, new batteries)
: Approx. 0.2 to 3 m/0.7 to 9.8 ft
: Auto-Flash (automatic flash activation in low light and back
light), Red-Eye Reduction Flash, Flash-Off, Fill-In Flash and
Night Scene
Autofocus
: TTL system autofocus, contrast detection/focusing range
from 10 cm/0.4 in to ∞
Self-timer
: Operating time approx. 12 sec.
External connectors
: DC-IN connector, data input/output connector (USB), A/V
OUT jack (NTSC or PAL)
Date/time
: Simultaneous recording in image data
Auto calendar
: Automatic correction in range of 2001 to 2031
Calendar power supply : Backed up by a built-in capacitor (Date and time data lost
when batteries are removed for over 30 minutes.)
Card function
: DPOF print reservation
Operating environment
Temperature
: 0 to 40°C/32 to 104°F (operating)/
–20 to 60°C/-4 to 140 °F (storage)
Humidity
: 30% to 90% (operating)/
10% to 90% (storage)
Power supply
: CR-V3 lithium battery pack x1, NiMH batteries or NiCd
batteries, or R6/AA alkaline batteries.
UM3 manganese batteries cannot be used.
Dimensions
: 110(W) x 62(H) x 34(D) mm/4.3(W) x 2.4(H) x 1.3(D) in
(excluding projections)
Weight
: Approx. 165 g/5.8 oz (excluding batteries and card)
Design and specifications are subject to change without any notice or obligation on the part of the
manufacturer.
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SPECIFICATIONS/GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Glossary of Terms
A
AC adapter
Used to power the digital camera from a household AC
power. The use of this product is especially recommended
when the camera is to be used for an extended period of time
such as when it is connected to a PC.
P. 70
All-frame erasure
Simultaneous erasure of all of the images saved on a card.
P. 47
Auto-Flash
In this flash mode, the flash is activated automatically under P. 57
low light.
B
Back light
Condition in which a strong light is behind the subject.
P. 57
Beep tone
Sound generated when the shutter is released or when a
warning is displayed.
P. 68
Card
This refers to SmartMedia for saving images.
P. 22
Card print reservation
This feature makes it possible to specify images to be printed P. 74
from a card and the number of copies of each image.
Continuous shooting
A drive mode which allows you to shoot multiple images
successively while you press and hold the shutter button.
P. 62
Digital ESP
Photometric system which determines the exposure
automatically based on digital processing.
P. 98
Digital zoom
Feature for zooming in on the subject.
P. 61
DPOF
Digital Print Order Format, a common recording system
used in printing images in a photo lab, studio, etc.
P. 72
C
D
SPECIFICATIONS/GLOSSARY OF TERMS
E
Error message
Displayed when there is an error in operation.
Exposure compensation This feature makes it possible to brighten or darken the
images by varying the camera’s exposure.
P. 89
P. 64
F
Fill-in flash
In this flash mode, the flash fires every time an image is
shot regardless of available light.
P. 57
Flash off
This flash mode disables automatic flash when the camera
is used in a museum where flash is not permitted or in a
stadium where the flash light cannot reach the subject.
P. 58
Focus lock
When the shutter button is half-pressed and held, the focus
is locked and maintained even if you point the camera in
another direction. This feature is useful when the subject is
not located at the center of the image.
P. 40
Formatting
Action of making a card usable with this camera. Note that
formatting erases all of the images previously saved in the
card, if there are any.
P. 24
Frame numbers
Numbers assigned to the images in order they are saved.
P. 44
Action of pressing the shutter button halfway. In this
condition, the exposure and focus are adjusted and locked.
Pressing the button further releases the shutter.
P. 32
H
Half-press
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SPECIFICATIONS/GLOSSARY OF TERMS
M
Macro mode
This mode is useful when shooting subjects at close distances. When the working distance is less than 0.5
meter/1.6 feet, the macro mode provides better images.
P. 60
Monitor
LCD panel provided on the rear of the camera. It can be used P. 38
to view saved images and as a viewfinder for shooting. It also
displays the camera menus for use in setting operations.
Monitor adjustment
Adjustment of the brightness of the monitor.
P. 52
Night Scene
This flash mode fires the flash and then allows the shutter
to remain open for a long duration. It allows you to shoot
both the subject in the foreground and expose the night
scene in the background.
P. 58
Number of shootable
images
The number of remaining images you can shoot is
displayed on the monitor. This is variable depending on the
card type and record mode in use.
P. 23
Playback mode menu
A menu providing a variety of features to be selected for
viewing the shot images.
P. 88
Protection
Setting to prevent accidental erasure of image data saved on P. 50
a card.
N
P
R
Record mode
Three types of record modes can be selected according to
the desired image resolution. When the record mode is set
for higher image quality, the image file size increases and
the number of shootable images per card decreases. The
SQ (Standard Quality) mode is good for images that will be
attached to e-mail while the SHQ (Super-High Quality)
mode is best for images that will be printed out at a large
size or retouched on a PC
Red-eye reduction flash This flash mode reduces the phenomenon which makes
eyes look red in images shot with a flash.
P. 54
P. 57
SPECIFICATIONS/GLOSSARY OF TERMS
S
Self-timer
This shooting mode releases the shutter approx. 12 sec.
after shutter button is pressed.
P. 61
Shooting mode menu
A menu providing a variety of features to be selected for
shooting.
P. 88
Single-frame erasure
Action of erasing recorded images one by one.
P. 46
Slide Show
This function displays multiple images one after another in
sequence when in the playback mode.
P. 48
SmartMedia
A type of memory card to be used to store photographs
taken with a digital camera.
P. 22
Software
Application programs used by a PC.
P. 76
A cable allowing easy connection between the camera and
PC.
P. 78
U
USB cable
W
White balance control
P. 66
Adjustment of the color tone of image so that the colors
look natural. The camera has been set to auto white balance
control mode at the factory, but you can change the setting
as desired.
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(Customer support) Tel. 0426-42-7499 Tokyo
http://www.olympus.co.jp
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(Technical support) Tel. 1-888-553-4448 [email protected]
http://www.olympus.com
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(Letters) Postfach 10 49 08, 20034 Hamburg, Germany.
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