Olympus Camedia C-700 Ultra Zoom manual

User manual for the Olympus Camedia C-700 Ultra Zoom in English. This PDF manual has 199 pages.

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C-700 Ultra Zoom DIGITAL CAMERA Thank you for purchasing an Olympus digital camera. Before you start to use your new camera, please read these instructions carefully to enjoy optimum performance and a longer service life. Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference. We recommend that you take test shots to get accustomed to your camera before taking important photographs. REFERENCE MANUAL C-700 Ultra Zoom
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2 If you want to learn how to use the camera at your own pace T Begin at “Quick-start guide — Using the AUTO mode” (P. 31) and read this reference manual according to the contents. If you want to know what functions to use in specific situations T Find the desired functions in “Contents by Purpose” (P. 7), and read the respective pages. To quickly find a specific function T Consult “Index” (P. 197). Declaration of Conformity Model Number : C-700 Ultra Zoom Trade Name : OLYMPUS Responsible Party : Olympus America Inc. Address : 2 Corporate Center Drive, Melville, New York 11747-3157 U.S.A. Telephone Number : 631-844-5000 Tested To Comply With FCC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE 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. (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. For customers in Canada This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference- Causing Equipment Regulations. For customers in Europe “CE” mark indicates that this product complies with the European requirements for safety, health, environment and customer protection. For custumers in USA Trademarks •IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation. •Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. •Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Computer Inc. •All other company and product names are registered trademarks and/or trademarks of their respective owners. •The standards for camera file systems referred to in this manual are the “Design Rule for Camera File System/DCF” standards stipulated by the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA).
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3 Contents by Purpose ....................................................................................7 Main features ............................................................................................11 Name of parts............................................................................................12 Camera 12 Viewfinder/Monitor indications—Shooting information 14 Viewfinder/Monitor indications—Playback information 19 How to use this reference manual 20 1 Getting started 21 Attaching the strap ....................................................................................22 Loading the batteries ..................................................................................23 Card basics ..............................................................................................25 Inserting the card 26 Ejecting the card 26 Card check 27 Power on/off ............................................................................................28 Date/time setting........................................................................................29 3 Button functions 45 Main buttons..............................................................................................46 Mode dial..................................................................................................48 Full-auto shooting 48 Program shooting 48 Contents 2 Quick-start guide — Using the AUTO mode 31 Adjusting the diopter ..................................................................................33 Holding the camera....................................................................................33 Using the shutter release correctly — Pressing fully/halfway ..........................34 Taking still pictures AUTO ......................................................................35 Viewing still pictures — Quick View ......................................................38 Erasing pictures ..............................................................................39 Recording movies ................................................................................40 Viewing movies ..................................................................................42 Telephoto/Wide-angle shooting T/W ..........................................................44
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4 Auto shooting to suit different applications 48 Aperture priority/Shutter priority/Manual shooting 50 Aperture setting — Aperture priority shooting 50 Shutter speed setting — Shutter priority shooting 52 Aperture & shutter speed setting — Manual shooting 52 Movie record 54 Playback 54 Shutter button ............................................................................................56 Using the shutter button (pressing all the way/halfway) and focusing 56 Subjects that are difficult to focus on — When Auto focus does not work 58 Focusing on subjects that are not in the center of the frame — Focus lock 59 Zoom lever ................................................................................................60 Telephoto/Wide-angle shooting 60 Close-up playback 61 Displaying multiple pictures at one time — Index display 62 DRIVE/ (Erase) button ............................................................................63 Drive mode selections 63 Sequential shooting & AF sequential shooting 64 Self-timer shooting 66 Shooting pictures sequentially with a different exposure for each frame — Auto bracketing 67 Single frame erasure—Erase button 69 (Macro/Spot) button ........................................................................70 Metering methods and Macro mode 70 Spot metering/Macro mode shooting 71 (Flash mode)/ (Protect) button ..........................................................72 Flash mode selections 72 Red-eye reduction flash 75 Fill-in flash 75 Flash off 75 Slow synchronization 76 Flash shooting 77 Preventing accidental erasure of pictures — (Protect button) 79 (AE lock/Custom)/ (Rotation) button ........................................80 Locking the exposure — AE lock 80 Metering the exposure of more than one point in the frame — Multi-metering 82 Assigning a function — Custom button 84 Rotating and displaying a picture — Picture rotation 85 Contents
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5 4 Menu functions (shooting) 91 Using the menus ........................................................................................92 Top menu 92 Shortcut menu 93 MODE MENU 93 Chart basics 98 CAMERA ..................................................................................................99 PICTURE ..................................................................................................111 CARD......................................................................................................119 SETUP ....................................................................................................121 5 Menu functions (playback) 135 Using the menus ......................................................................................135 Top menu 136 Top menu for playback 136 (still pictures) ....................................................................................138 MOVIE PLAY (movies) ..............................................................................138 INFO (still pictures & movies) ....................................................................143 PLAY (still pictures)....................................................................................144 CARD (still pictures & movies)....................................................................146 SETUP (still pictures & movies) ..................................................................148 Mode dial & Factory Default Settings ........................................................151 6 Print settings 153 How to print pictures ................................................................................154 All-frame print reserve ....................................................................156 Single-frame print reserve ....................................................................157 Trimming setting ................................................................................159 Resetting print reserve ..............................................................................161 Contents Arrow pad ................................................................................................86 Exposure compensation–Making fine adjustments to the exposure..................87 (OK/Menu) button ..............................................................................88 Displaying the Menu 88 Manual focus 89
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6 7 Transferring pictures to a computer 162 Connecting directly to a computer by cable ................................................163 How to connect 164 Installing a USB driver when using Windows 98/98SE 166 Transferring images to a computer — Downloading....................................168 Removing the card 171 Removing the USB cable 172 Saving directly from a card ......................................................................174 8 Using optional accessories 175 Power supply from AC outlet — AC adapter ..............................................176 External flash ..........................................................................................177 Using both the main flash and the FL-40 external flash 177 Using the FL-40 external flash by itself 178 Using commercially available external flashes 179 Compatible commercially available external flashes 180 Optional accessories ................................................................................181 9 Miscellaneous 182 Troubleshooting........................................................................................183 User maintenance ....................................................................................188 After use 188 Cleaning the camera 188 Error codes ..............................................................................................189 Connectable devices — System chart ........................................................191 Compatibility of the picture data................................................................192 Specifications ..........................................................................................193 Glossary of terms ....................................................................................195 Index ......................................................................................................197 Contents
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7 Contents by Purpose Loading the batteries — 23 Turning the power on — 28 Inserting the card — 26 Getting a clear image in the viewfinder (Diopter adjustment) — 33 How to use the Shutter button — Pressing halfway/ all the way — 34, 56 Adjusting the monitor brightness — 129 Taking pictures in the AUTO mode (Still pictures) — 35 Recording movies — 40 Shooting while viewing the monitor — 37 Telephoto/Wide-angle shooting (Zoom) — 44, 60 Shooting using reverse lighting or when the background is too bright (Spot metering) — 70 Setting various functions for more creative options (P mode) — 48 Taking portrait pictures — 48 Taking pictures of moving subjects — 48 Taking pictures focusing on both the subject and background — 48 Setting the aperture (Aperture priority) — 50 Setting the shutter speed (Shutter priority) — 52 Setting the aperture and shutter speed (Manual shooting) — 52 Taking close-up pictures (Macro mode) — 70 Enlarging a distant subject (Digital zoom) — 105 Taking pictures using the self-timer — 66 Selecting record mode and picture size — 113 Sharpening the outline of pictures (Sharpness) — 118 Turning off the warning sound (Beep) — 126 Viewing a picture while the camera is writing it to the card (REC VIEW) — 126 Setting the sleep timer (SLEEP) — 127 Saving battery power (BATTERY SAVE) — 129 Minimizing display indications (INFO) — 126 Displaying the shooting information — 14–19 S S S Sh h h ho o o oo o o ot t t ti i i in n n ng g g g
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Contents by Purpose 8 Shooting pictures consecutively Selecting the drive mode DRIVE — 63 Sequential shooting — 64 Shooting consecutively while focusing for each frame — 64 Shooting consecutively with automatic exposure change BKT — 67 Flash shooting Using the flash — 77 Selecting the flash mode — 72 Setting the flash to fire automatically in low-light and backlight conditions (Auto-flash ) — 36, 73 Reducing “red eye” (Red-eye reduction flash ) — 75 Setting the flash to fire at all times(Fill-in flash ) — 75 Shooting with no flash (Flash off ) — 75 Selecting the flash light emission timing (Slow synchronization) — 76 Compensating the amount of light emitted by the flash — 103 Using an external flash — 177–180 Taking pictures using both the main flash and an FL-40 external flash — 177 Taking pictures with commercially available external flashes — 179 Compatible commercially available external flashes — 180 Focusing Subjects that are too difficult to focus on— 58 Focusing on subjects that are not in the center of the frame (Focus lock) — 59 Focusing manually (Manual focus) — 89 Selecting meters or feet as measurement units for Manual focus — 129 Reducing the focusing time (FULLTIME AF) — 105
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Contents by Purpose 9 Brightness/exposure Exposure compensation(Arrow pad) — 86, 87 Changing the metering area (Spot metering mode ) — 70 Setting the ISO — 102 Locking the exposure (AE lock) — 80 Metering the exposure of more than one point in the frame (MULTI METERING) — 82 Changing the tint (white balance) Compensating the color temperature — 117 Selecting the preset white balance (PRESET) — 115 Adjusting the white balance manually — 116 Playing back still pictures just after shooting (Quick View) — 38 Playing back movies just after recording (MOVIE PLAYBACK) — 42 Playing back still pictures (PLAY) — 54 Displaying multiple still pictures in one frame (Index display) — 62 Magnifying pictures (Close-up playback) — 61 Rotating and displaying pictures — 85 Playing back multiple pictures in sequence automatically (Slide-show) — 138 Playing back pictures on a TV (TV Playback) — 55 P P P Pl l l la a a ay y y yb b b ba a a ac c c ck k k k
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Contents by Purpose 10 Preventing accidental erasing of pictures (Protect) — 79 Erasing one picture (Single frame erasure) — 69 Erasing all pictures (CARD SETUP) — 147 Adding sound to still pictures (Sound recording) — 145 Preparing pictures for printing (Print reserve) — 154–160 Trimming pictures for printing (Trimming setting) — 159 Resetting Print reserve — 161 S S S Sa a a av v v vi i i in n n ng g g g/ / / /E E E Er r r ra a a as s s si i i in n n ng g g g/ / / / P P P Pr r r ri i i in n n nt t t ti i i in n n ng g g g Taking black & white or sepia-toned pictures — 110 Initializing a card (CARD SETUP) — 120, 147 Setting the date/time — 129 Saving current settings even when the power is turned off (ALL RESET) — 124 Customizing settings activated when turning on the camera (ALL RESET — CUSTOM) — 124, 125 Selecting the file numbering system (FILE NAME) — 127 Using the menus — 92–97 Quick access to the menu functions you use frequently (SHORTCUT) — 130–132 Assigning a menu function you use frequently (CUSTOM BUTTON) — 133, 134 O O O Ot t t th h h he e e er r r rs s s s Transferring pictures with the camera connected to a computer by cable — 163–170 Saving pictures directly from a card— 174 Removing the card — 171 Removing the USB cable — 172 T T T Tr r r ra a a an n n ns s s sf f f fe e e er r r rr r r ri i i in n n ng g g g p p p pi i i ic c c ct t t tu u u ur r r re e e es s s s t t t to o o o a a a a c c c co o o om m m mp p p pu u u ut t t te e e er r r r
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11 Major features Stores your pictures on SmartMedia (card). Quick, easy picture checking & erasing Picture transfer to a computer TV Playback Take sequential shots! Customize Menu! In the P or A/S/M mode, the SHORTCUT setting allows you to put your favorite functions on the top menu. Record movies! In addition to still pictures, you can also record video with sound. Assign a function you use frequently to a button. Various exposure modes AUTO: Full-auto : Portrait : Sports : Landscape P: Program auto A: Aperture priority S: Shutter priority M: Manual mode ISO WB MODE MENU
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12 Camera Name of parts Diopter adjustment dial (P. 33) Flash mode button ( ) (P. 77) Protect button ( ) (P. 79) AE lock button (P. 80, 81) Custom button ( ) (P. 84) Rotation button ( ) (P. 85) DRIVE button (P. 63–68) Erase button ( ) (P. 69) Macro/Spot button ( ) (P. 70, 71) Print button ( ) (P. 156, 157) Mode dial ( , A/S/M, P, , , , AUTO , ) (P. 48–55) Zoom lever (T/W T P. 60) Index display/Close-up playback lever ( / T P. 61, 62) Shutter button (P. 56) Flash switch ( ) (P. 77) Viewfinder (P. 33) Monitor (P. 37) OK/Menu button (OK/ ) (P. 88) Manual focus button (P. 89) POWER switch (P. 28) Monitor button (P. 37) Card access lamp (P. 56) Arrow pad (P. 86, 87) Microphone (P. 106, 107, 145)
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13 A/V OUT jack (MONO) (P. 55) Camera (Cont.) Name of parts Flash (P. 36, 77) Self-timer lamp (P. 66) Lens Card cover (P. 26) Strap eyelet (P. 22) Battery compartment cover (P. 23, 24) Battery compartment lock (P. 23, 24) Tripod socket 5-pin external flash socket ( ) (P. 177) ● Unscrew to remove the cover before connecting the bracket cable. Connector cover (P. 164) USB connector (P. 164) DC-IN jack (P. 176)
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14 Viewfinder/Monitor indications — Shooting information INFO setting on the Menu allows you to select how much information to display (P. 92, 93, 126). The indications vary depending on the shooting mode. Note: The illustrations show examples of indications displayed when the shooting mode is set to P. When INFO is set to OFF: The above information is displayed constantly in the shooting mode. (After closing the Menu, the information which appears in the ON mode (illustrated to the right) is displayed for approx. 3 seconds, then disappears.) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 When INFO is set to ON: The above information is displayed constantly in the shooting mode. SLOW1 ^ 9 ! 0 @ # $ % & * ( Name of parts 1 Shooting mode (P. 48–55) ● Displays the shooting mode. AUTO : Full-auto, P : Program mode, A : Aperture priority mode, S : Shutter priority mode, M : Manual mode, : Portrait mode, : Sports mode, : Landscape mode, : Movie mode 2 Aperture value (P. 50) ● Displays the current aperture value. 3 Shutter speed (P. 52) ● Displays the current shutter speed. 4 Exposure compensation (P. 86, 87) ● Displays the current exposure (brightness) compensation value. Exposure differential (M mode only) (P. 53) ● Displays the difference between the exposure determined by the currently selected aperture and shutter speed compared to the exposure level considered optimal by the camera. 5 AF target mark (P. 59) ● Place the subject within this mark.
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15 6 Number of storable still pictures (P. 35, 36, 113) ● Displays the number of still pictures you can shoot. Seconds remaining ( mode only) (P. 40, 113) ● Displays available movie recording time (press Shutter button all the way to record). Note: ● When there is insufficient space remaining, the camera beeps and CARD FULL appears. If this happens, replace the card with a new/storable card or erase unwanted pictures in the existing card to make space. ● The number of storable pictures may not be reduced every time a picture is taken, or increased when a picture is erased. The amount of data varies depending on the subject. 7 Record mode (P. 113, 114) TIFF/SHQ/HQ/SQ ● Displays the record mode selected on the Menu. 8 Memory gauge (P. 35, 40, 41) ● Displays the number of pictures stored in the built-in memory. If you take pictures continuously, the indication changes as follows: One picture taken No recordable space More than one taken Before shooting/No picture taken Viewfinder/Monitor indications — Shooting information (Cont.) Name of parts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
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16 ● When using rechargeable NiMH or NiCd batteries, charge them before installing. ● Be aware that the time when the battery check indication appears varies depending on the type of batteries used. ● After taking a picture or when turning on the power with batteries that are running low, the camera may emit several short beeps and the number of storable pictures will blink. If this happens, the picture just taken will not turn out properly. Replace the batteries and take the picture again. 9 Battery check ● If the remaining battery power is low, the battery check indication appears. It also appears even when INFO is set to OFF. The indication changes as follows: Lights. Remaining power level: high Blinks. Remaining power level: low. Replace with a new battery. Remaining power level: exhausted. BATTERY EMPTY is displayed. Replace with a new battery. 0 Exposure lock (P. 80–83) AEL / MEMO AEL : AE lock ● The exposure is locked until single-frame shooting is performed. After you shoot, the indication disappears. MEMO : AE memory ● The exposure is locked and retained in memory even after shooting. ! Drive mode (P. 63) ● Displayed when the drive mode is selected by pressing the DRIVE button. No indication: Single-frame shooting, : Sequential shooting, : AF Sequential shooting, : Self-timer shooting, BKT: Auto bracket Viewfinder/Monitor indications — Shooting information (Cont.) SLOW1 ^ 9 ! 0 @ # $ % & * ( Name of parts
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17 @ Spot metering/Macro mode (P. 70) ● Displayed when the Spot metering/Macro mode is selected by pressing the (Macro/Spot) button. No indication: Spot metering/Macro off, : Spot metering, : Macro, : Spot metering/Macro # White balance (P. 115, 116) ● Displayed when WB is set on the Menu. No indication: Auto, : Daylight, : Overcast, : Tungsten light, : Fluorescent, : One touch white balance $ ISO (P. 102) ● Displays the ISO (AUTO, 100, 200, 400 or 800) selected on the Menu. When set to AUTO, the ISO changes to 100 when the Mode dial is set to A/S/M. When AUTO is selected, the ISO is automatically increased in low-light situations when the flash is not used. This is to prevent blurring from camera shake. % Manual Focus (P. 89, 90) MF ● Displayed when locking focus using the Manual focus function. ^ AF confirmation mark (P. 35, 40) ● Lights when the focus and exposure are locked by pressing the Shutter button halfway. If the subject is out of focus, the mark blinks. & Flash stand-by (P. 36, 77) ● The flash fires when lights by pressing the Shutter button halfway. Camera shake warning (P. 72) ● Blinks if camera shake occurs because the subject is dark, the shutter speed is too low, and the flash is closed. Flash charge (P. 78) ● The flash is charging if blinks just after the flash is raised or after flash shooting. Wait until stops blinking, then press the Shutter button. Viewfinder/Monitor indications — Shooting information (Cont.) Name of parts SLOW1 ^ 9 ! 0 @ # $ % & * (
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18 * Flash mode (P. 72) ● Displayed when the flash mode is selected by pressing the (flash mode) button. No indication: Auto-flash, : Red-eye reduction flash, : Off (flash override), : Fill-in flash, SLOW1/ SLOW2: Slow synchronization flash (mode selected on the Menu) ( Sound record (P. 106) ● Displayed when is set on the Menu. Viewfinder/Monitor indications — Shooting information (Cont.) Name of parts SLOW1 ^ 9 ! 0 @ # $ % & * (
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19 6453 1 &4 5 7 HQ ’01.12.23. 21:56 6453 x10 1 2 3 4 5 6 9 8 7 1 Battery check (P. 15) 2 Print reserve (P. 156) ● Displayed when the Print reserve is set. 3 Number of prints (P. 156, 158) ● Displays the number of prints. 4 Sound record ● Displayed when sound is recorded. 5 Protect (P. 79) ● Displayed when the picture is protected. 6 Record mode 7 Frame number 8 Time 9 Date ● The year 2001 is displayed as 01. 0 Number of pixels ! Aperture value @ Shutter speed # Exposure compensation $ White balance % ISO ^ File number ● During movie playback, the recording time appears as follows: & Movie mark (P. 42) Viewfinder/Monitor indications — Playback information INFO setting on the Menu allows you to select how much information to display (P. 136). Still picture playback information Movie playback information Total recording time 0" / 15" Playing time When INFO is set to OFF When INFO is set to ON When INFO is set to OFF When INFO is set to ON Note: The indications that appear on a movie picture that has been selected and displayed from the thumbnail display are different from those that appear when the movie picture is displayed using the Movie play function (P. 42). HQ SIZE: 1600x1200 F2.0 1/800 +2.0 ISO400 ’01.12.23 21:56 FILE: 123–3456 x10 0 # $ % ^ ! @ HQ SIZE: 320x240 ’01.12.23 21:56 FILE: 123–3456 6 0 $ 9 8 ^ Name of parts
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Set the Mode dial to the position shown in the illustration. In this example, you would set . 20 How to use this reference manual The instructions in this manual use a series of numbers for each operating procedure and button/dial illustration. Operate the camera in the order of these numbers. Means “Press this button”. Press to save setting/selection. Press Ññ on the Arrow pad to select an item. Erasing pictures  Check the following before erasing pictures. ● Make sure the card is not write-protected. If it is, remove the write-protect seal. ● NEVER open the card cover, eject the card, remove the batteries, or pull out the plug when the card access lamp is blinking during picture erasure. Doing so may destroy data stored on the card. Set the Mode dial to . 1 The card access lamp blinks and stored pictures areread out. After that, the last recorded picture appears. Select the picture you want to erase. 2 Displays the next picture. Jumps to the picture 10 frames ahead. Displays the previous picture. Jumps to the picture10 frames behind. HQ ’01.12.23. 21:56 24 Press the (erase) button. 3 When the ERASE screen asking you to confirm the erasure appears, press Ñ to select YES. 4 Press to erase the picture. 5 ERASE YES N O SELECT SELECT GO GO  To cancel erasure Press ñ on the Arrow pad to select NO, and press or the button. The selected setting is framed in green. If a button turns black, this means you should press it as part of the step. Ñ, ñ, É and í used in instructions correspond to the buttons on the Arrow pad as shown. Ñ ñ É í The buttons used in the instruction are displayed at the bottom of the screen illustration.
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22 Attaching the strap 1 1 When threading the strap through the strap eyelet, it can only enter from the monitor side. 2 Thread the rest of the strap through the loop that has already gone through the eyelet. 3 Loosen the strap in the stopper to adjust the strap length. When you have a length that you like, pull on the strap in the direction of the arrow illustrated to make sure it is securely fastened. 4 Fold the strap back and thread it through the stopper. ● Always put the camera in its case when carrying it. ● Be careful with the strap when you carry the camera, as it can easily catch on stray objects, causing serious damage. ● Attach the strap correctly as shown so that the camera does not fall off. If the strap is attached incorrectly and the camera falls off, Olympus is not responsible for any damages. Note: Stopper Camera strap eyelet Monitor
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23 1 Loading the batteries This camera uses 2 CR-V3 lithium battery packs or 4 AA (R6) NiMH batteries, NiCd batteries or lithium batteries. Important: Do not peel the label on a CR-V3 lithium battery pack. If an insulating sheet covers the terminals, peel it off ONLY from the terminals. Load the batteries as shown below: Slide the battery compartment lock on the battery compartment cover in the direction of . Slide the battery compartment cover in the direction of T printed on it with your fingertip. Using a fingernail could result in injury. Insert the batteries in the direction shown in the illustration. When using lithium battery packs When using AA (R6) batteries 1 Close the battery compartment cover, then press it down and slide it in the opposite direction of the arrow printed on it. ● When pressing the battery compartment cover shut, be sure to press the center of the cover, as it may be difficult to close properly by pressing the edge. ● Make sure the cover is completely closed. 2 4 3 5 6 7 ~ Continued on next page Make sure the camera is turned off (i.e. the monitor and viewfinder are off, and the lens is not locked into place).
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24 1 Service life of CR-V3 lithium battery packs Shooting conditions 1 • Repeat the same function in sequential 2fps shooting conditions for no more than 10 minutes then take a break • Flash use no more than 50% • One zoom adjustment on each shot • FULLTIME AF turned off • DIGITAL ZOOM off • No displaying on or connecting to a PC • Temperature 25°C (77°F) 2 Repeated sequential display in the slide show mode with periodic breaks Note: ● The lives of battery packs may vary according to the type of battery, manufacturer, camera shooting conditions, etc. ● When connecting the camera to a PC, it is recommended that you use the optional AC adapter. (P. 176) ● Power is consumed continuously during the conditions below. This could reduce the number of pictures that can be taken. • When the monitor is turned on. • Repeated auto-focus by depressing the shutter button halfway. • Repeated power zoom adjustments. • When the full-time AF mode is turned on. • When the monitor is in the playback mode for an extended period of time. • When communicating with a PC. Loading the batteries (Cont.) Slide the battery compartment lock on the battery compartment cover in the direction of . Note: ● 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. ● If the camera is left for 1 hour with the batteries removed, all the internal settings will revert to the default settings. 1Number of pictures Approx. 150 frames 2Display time Approx. 420 minutes * These figures are for reference only and are not guaranteed. 8
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25 1 Card basics This camera uses SmartMedia to record pictures. This reference manual uses the term “card” when referring to SmartMedia. 1 Contact area The area where the card comes into contact with the camera 2Write-protect area Attach the provided write-protect seal when you want to protect your data from accidental erasure or overwriting. 3 Index area Use the provided index label to indicate the card’s contents. 1 2 3 Note: ● Operating temperature: 0°C to 55°C (32°F to 131°F); Storing temperature: –20°C to 65°C (–4°F to 149°F); Humidity: up to 95 % ● Put the card into its anti-electrostatic case for storage or transportation. ● Do not bend, drop, or apply any physical shock to the card. ● Read the provided SmartMedia instruction manual carefully. ● Do not touch the contact area of the card. ● Do not use 5V cards. Use Olympus cards or other 3V (3.3V) cards. ● Non-Olympus 3V (3.3V) cards must be formatted by this camera (P.147). What is SmartMedia? Images recorded and stored on SmartMedia can easily be deleted, overwritten, and/or edited on a PC. Compatible SmartMedia cards ● Provided 8 MB standard card. ● Optional Olympus cards (all cards except 2MB) ● Market-available 3 V (3.3 V) cards (all cards except 2MB) Note: 2 MB card cannot be used.
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26 1 Card basics (Cont.) Inserting the card 1 Make sure the camera is turned off (i.e. the monitor and viewfinder are off, and the lens is not locked into place). 2 Open the Card cover. 3 Insert the card fully with the contact area facing towards the lens side. Insert until you feel it locked into place. ● Note the orientation of the card. If it is inserted incorrectly, it may become jammed. 4 Close the cover tightly. Ejecting the card ● A non-Olympus card or a card that was initialized on other devices (such as PC, etc.) may not be recognized by the camera. Before use, be sure to initialize the card on this camera (P. 147). ● NEVER open the card cover, eject the card, remove the batteries, or disconnect the optional AC adapter while the camera is in use or the camera is communicating with a computer. Doing so could destroy all data on the card. ● Destroyed data cannot be restored. Note: 1 Make sure the camera is turned off (i.e. the monitor and viewfinder are off, and the lens is not locked into place). 2 Open the Card cover. 3 Remove the card.
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27 1 Card basics (Cont.) When there is no card in the camera or when the card does not lock into place. [Insert the card. When there is a problem with the card. [Format the card or use a new card. When the card cannot record, play back or erase pictures. [Format the card (P.147). Select with the Arrow pad and press to enter the card format menu (P.147). When formatting is complete, the monitor will switch screens and display the subject that you are shooting. When the power is turned on, the camera checks the card. Card error mark Card check
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1 Press the tabs on the lens cap to remove it. 2 Press the Power switch to turn on the camera. ● The lens moves out when the Mode dial is not set to . ● The Viewfinder turns on. ● To turn off the camera, press the Power switch again. ● If the card cover is open, the camera cannot be turned on. 28 Power on/off 1  Sleep mode To save battery power, if the camera is not operated for over 1 minute, the camera automatically enters the Sleep mode and the Viewfinder turns off. You can set the Sleep timer in the shooting mode ( , , , P, A/S/M, ). (P. 127)  Battery save mode To use the camera while saving the battery, set BATTERY SAVE on the Menu (P. 129). Power switch Lens cap
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29 1 Date/time setting 1 Set the Mode dial to AUTO, then press the Power switch to turn on the camera. ● Because the lens moves out, be sure to take off the lens cap beforehand (P. 28). 2 Press to display Menu (P. 92). ● The monitor turns on automatically. 3 Press Ñ on the Arrow pad to select . The screen appears. It is possible to set the date/time of the built-in clock. Since the date/time is put on recorded pictures, be sure to set it correctly. 4 When is selected in green on the screen, press Ññ to select the date format. ● Select any one of the following formats: DMY (Day/Month/Year) MDY (Month/Day/Year) YMD (Year/Month/Day) ● This procedure is for when the date and time settings are set to Y-M-D. 5 Press í to move to the year (Y) setting. screen CARD SETUP SELECT SET GO ~ Continued on next page
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30 1 Date/time setting (Cont.)  The current settings stay the same even when the power is turned off, unless they are readjusted. ● The date setting will be canceled if the camera is left with no batteries for approx. 1 hour (based on our testing). If this happens, set the date again. Note: 7 Press . ● For a more accurate setting, don't press until the clock hits 00 seconds. The clock starts when you press the button. ● The monitor turns off automatically. 8 To turn off the camera, press the Power switch. ● The lens moves back in. 6 Press Ññ to set the year. When the year is set, press í to move to the month (M) setting. ● Repeat this procedure until the date and time are completely set. ● This procedure is for when the date and time settings are set to Y-M-D. ● To move back to the previous setting, press É. SELECT SET GO SELECT SET GO
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Quick-start guide — Using the AUTO mode 2
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32 2 With the Mode dial set to AUTO , full-auto shooting is possible with no special functions or manual adjustments. AUTO features the following functions. Also, read the reference page for each function: ● Auto focus (P. 35) : The camera sets optimal focus and exposure (brightness) when the Shutter button is pressed. ● Auto-flash (P. 36, 73) : If the subject is dark, the flash fires automatically. If you do not want Auto-flash, close the flash. ● Zoom in/out (P. 44) : You can zoom in and out using the Zoom lever. ● Record mode (P. 36, 113) : Select from SHQ, HQ or SQ. SHQ is the highest- quality record mode. In SQ mode, more pictures can be stored than in SHQ or HQ. ● Date/time setting (P. 29) : The date/time can also be recorded during shooting. This chapter explains simple shooting and playback methods with the Mode dial set to AUTO , , or . In AUTO , the camera sets everything automatically. You can take great pictures just by pressing the shutter button. Press the tabs on the lens cap to remove it and set the Mode dial to AUTO . Then, press the Power switch to turn on the camera. When using the camera for the first time, set the date and time (P. 29). Lens cap Power switch
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33 2 Adjusting the diopter Hold the camera firmly with both hands while keeping your elbows at your sides to prevent the camera from moving. Keep your fingers and the strap away from the lens and flash. Be aware that during zooming camera shake may occur easily. Correct Horizontal grip Vertical grip Flash Lens Holding the camera Turn the Diopter adjustment dial to see the AF target mark clearly. Diopter adjustment dial Viewfinder AF target mark Do not hold this part of the lens. Top view
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34 2 There are 2 steps when releasing the Shutter. Practice well before actually taking pictures. 1 Press the shutter button halfway. ● When focus and exposure are locked, the AF confirmation mark lights. If they are not locked, the AF confirmation mark blinks. ● Use focus lock (P. 59) when the subject is not within the AF target mark. 2 Press the shutter button fully to release the shutter and take a picture. ● The card access lamp blinks while the picture is being recorded. Using the shutter release correctly —Pressing fully/halfway Press fully Press halfway Shutter button AF confirmation mark AF target mark ● Press the shutter button gently using the ball of your finger. If it is pressed hard, the camera may move and pictures may come out blurred. Note: Shutter button Card access lamp
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35 2 3 Point the camera towards the subject and compose the picture. 4 Gently and slowly press the Shutter button. The AF confirmation mark lights. This state means that the Shutter button is pressed halfway. The focus and exposure are locked. At this moment, do not release the Shutter button. 5 Press the Shutter button all the way from the position pressed halfway. This state means that the Shutter button is pressed fully. Shooting starts. Taking still pictures 1 Press the POWER switch to turn on the camera. The lens locks into place and the viewfinder turns on. 2 Press the (flash) switch to raise the flash. The flash pops up automatically. To shoot without the flash, close the flash manually. AF confirmation mark lights. AF target mark ●The lower memory gauge lights up, the card access lamp blinks, and the camera begins storing pictures on the card. ●If you take pictures continuously and the memory fills up, the memory gauge lights up all the way. If this occurs, you cannot take any more pictures (P. 15). ~ Continued on next page Number of storable still pictures (P.113)
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36 2  Number of still pictures that can be stored on an 8MB card HQ record mode (1600x1200): Approx. 16 SQ record mode (640x480 NORMAL): Approx. 82  To zoom in on a subject, press the Zoom lever towards T. To shoot a wider picture, press the Zoom lever towards W (P. 44).  Using Auto-flash (P. 73, 77) 1 Press the (flash) switch to raise the flash. 2 Press the Shutter button halfway. The flash fires automatically in low-light conditions. The flash is charging when blinks. Wait until stops blinking, then press the Shutter button. 3 Press the Shutter button all the way. The flash fires. ● If you do not want to use the flash or if the camera is turned off, close the flash manually. Flash working range Telephoto: Approx. 1.2 m to 4.4 m (3.9 ft to 14.4 ft) Wide-angle: Approx. 0.1 m to 5.5 m (0.3 ft to 18.0 ft) Flash switch Flash stand-by Zoom lever Taking still pictures (Cont.) ~ Continued on next page
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37 2 ●How to shoot using the monitor T Press the (monitor) button. T If the camera is not used for more than 30 seconds, the monitor turns off. If you use the shutter button or zoom lever, the monitor turns on again. ●There is no display in the viewfinder. T Is the power on (P. 28)? T Has the lens cap been removed (P. 32)? T Is the camera in the sleep mode (P. 28, 127)? T Is the monitor turned on with the Mode dial set to ? T If the remaining battery power is close to zero, the viewfinder turns off automatically and the flash begins charging. During charging, the card access lamp blinks. When charging finishes, the viewfinder turns on and you can shoot again. ●Shooting is not possible. T If the memory is full and the memory gauge lights all the way, you cannot take any more pictures. When the top of the memory gauge is partially or completely empty, you can take another shot. T If the AF confirmation mark blinks, remove your finger from the Shutter button and press it again. T If CARD FULL appears in the monitor, there is no space on the card. Delete the pictures (P. 39), replace with a new card (P. 26) or transfer pictures to a computer (P. 164–170). TIPS (monitor) button ● Press the shutter button gently using the ball of your finger. If it is pressed hard, the camera may move and pictures may come out blurred. ● Recorded pictures will be saved in the card regardless of whether the camera is turned off or the batteries are replaced or removed. ● NEVER open the card cover, eject the card, remove the batteries, or pull the plug when the card access lamp is blinking. Doing so could destroy stored pictures and prevent storage of pictures you have just taken. Note: Taking still pictures (Cont.)
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38 2 Viewing still pictures — Quick View It is possible to shift quickly from the shooting mode to the playback mode by pressing the (monitor) button. During playback, you can also return to the shooting mode. 1 Press the (monitor) button twice quickly. 2 The monitor turns on and the last recorded picture appears. Display the desired pictures using the Arrow pad. HQ ’01.12.23. 21:56 24 3 To return to the shooting mode, press the Shutter button halfway. The monitor turns off and the viewfinder turns on. The subject the camera is aimed at appears.  With the Mode dial set to , recorded pictures can be displayed. In this mode, it is not possible to return to the shooting mode by pressing the Shutter button halfway. Jumps to the picture10 frames behind. Displays the next picture. Displays the previous picture. Jumps to the picture 10 frames ahead. ● If the camera is not operated for over 3 minutes when the monitor is on, the monitor turns off automatically. To turn it on again, press any button. Note:
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39 2 Erasing pictures 1 Set the Mode dial to . ● Procedures are the same in Quick view as in the normal playback mode. 2 The card access lamp blinks and stored pictures are read out. After that, the last recorded picture appears. Select the picture you want to erase. 3 Press the (erase) button. 4 When the ERASE screen asking you to confirm the erasure appears, press Ñ to select YES. 5 Press to erase the picture.  To cancel erasure Press ñ on the Arrow pad to select NO, and press or the button.  Check the following before erasing pictures. ● Make sure the card is not write-protected. If it is, remove the write-protect seal. ● NEVER open the card cover, eject the card, remove the batteries, or pull out the plug when the card access lamp is blinking during picture erasure. Doing so may destroy data stored on the card. HQ ’01.12.23. 21:56 24 Jumps to the picture10 frames behind. Displays the next picture. Displays the previous picture. Jumps to the picture 10 frames ahead. ERASE YES N O SELECT GO The selected setting is framed in green.
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40 2 4 Press the Shutter button all the way from the position pressed halfway. This state means that the Shutter button is pressed fully. Recording starts. During recording, correct focusing and exposure are maintained continuously. 3 Gently and slowly press the Shutter button. The AF confirmation mark lights. This state means that the Shutter button is pressed halfway. The focus and exposure are locked. At this moment, do not release the Shutter button. Recording movies 1 Set the Mode dial to (movie record). During movie recording, the indicator lights in red. AF confirmation mark Seconds remaining* (P. 113) If the entire memory gauge lights up, additional recording is not possible. 2 Point the camera towards the subject and compose the picture. The memory gauge changes as illustrated to the right. ~ Continued on next page Seconds remaining (P. 113) * The displayed seconds remaining shows the time you can shoot continuously by holding down the shutter button.
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41 2 5 Press the Shutter button to stop shooting. You cannot take the next movie until the camera is finished storing the current one, even if the memory gauge indicates that there is sufficient memory. ● If you use all the displayed seconds remaining, shooting finishes automatically and the camera starts writing the movie to the card. ●Shooting is not possible. T Shooting is not possible while the camera is saving pictures to the card. If the memory gauge goes off, you can take another shot. T There is no space in the memory /card. Delete the pictures (P. 39), replace with a new card (P. 26) or transfer pictures to a computer (P. 164–170). TIPS When the card access lamp stops blinking Writing of movie to the card is finished. If there is space on the card, the number of seconds remaining is displayed. You can start shooting another movie. The card access lamp blinks and the camera starts writing the movie to the card. Recording movies (Cont.) Shooting another movie is possible. Shooting another movie is not possible.
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42 2 Viewing movies 1 Use Quick View to display a picture (P. 38). 2 Select a picture with mark using the Arrow pad. 3 Press to display Menu. 4 Press Ñ on the Arrow pad to select MOVIE PLAY. ● The card access lamp blinks and movies are read out to the camera. 5 Press Ññ to select MOVIE PLAYBACK on the MOVIE PLAY screen. ● To cancel playback, go to step 11. MODE MENU MOVIE PLAY INFO MOVIE PLAYBACK INDEX EDIT MOVIE PLAY CANCEL SELECT GO Jumps to the picture10 frames behind. Displays the next picture. Displays the previous picture. Jumps to the picture 10 frames ahead. 7 Press . 6 Press . Playback starts. ● When playback finishes, the screen returns to the beginning of the movie. ’01.12.23 21:56 0"/100" Date and time (displayed for approx. 5 sec.) Playing time Total recording time It is possible to shift quickly from the shooting mode to the playback mode by pressing the (monitor) button. During playback, you can also return to the shooting mode. ~ Continued on next page
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43 2 9 Press . FRAME BY FRAME T Go to step 10. EXIT T The MOVIE PLAY screen appears. Go to step 11. 8 The MOVIE PLAYBACK screen appears. Press Ññ to select the desired item depending on what you want to do. To play back the movie again T PLAYBACK To play back frame-by-frame T FRAME BY FRAME To cancel playback T EXIT PLAYBACK FRAME BY FRAME FRAME BY FRAME EXIT MOVIE PLA MOVIE PLAYBACK 10To play back frame-by-frame, press the Arrow pad: 11Press É to select CANCEL. MOVIE PLAYBACK INDEX EDIT MOVIE PLAY CANCEL SELECT GO To return to the shooting mode quickly (available only when the camera entered playback mode using Quick View) Press the Shutter button halfway. During movie playback or menu display, the viewfinder turns on and the subject appears. Viewing movies (Cont.) Each time you press É, the previous frame is displayed. For continuous reverse playback, hold down the É. Jumps to the beginning of the movie. Jumps to the end of the movie. Each time you press í, the next frame is displayed. For continuous playback, hold down the í.
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44 2 Telephoto/Wide-angle shooting T/W You can select telephoto or wide-angle with the 10x zoom. When DIGITAL ZOOM in the Menu is set to ON (P. 105), 27x zoom is available with the 2.7x digital zoom.  The speed of the zoom-in/out can be adjusted by changing the angle of the zoom lever. Wide Tele Slow Quick Zoom lever T W T W Zoom lever The cursor moves on the zoom indicator according to the zoom magnification. Zoom in on a subject (telephoto) Press the Zoom lever toward T to zoom in. Shoot a wider picture (wide-angle) Press the Zoom lever toward W to zoom out.  Zoom in/out during (movie record) mode When is set to ON in the Menu during the mode, only digital zoom can function while shooting. For this reason, it is necessary to select the optical zoom magnification level by using the zoom lever before shooting. If DIGITAL ZOOM is set to OFF in the Menu, no zoom is possible while shooting. (P. 105)
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Button functions 3 This chapter explains the functions of the various buttons and dials functions. For details on a specific button/dial function, go to the page where the corresponding function is explained.
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46 3 Main buttons DRIVE button Allows you to switch the sequential mode or to use the self-timer.T P. 63 Erase button Allows you to erase pictures in the playback mode . T P. 69 Spot/Macro button Allows you to select the metering area or to take a close-up picture. T P. 70 Print button Allows you to set the Print reserve in the playback mode . T P. 156, 157 Flash mode button Allows you to select the flash mode. T P. 72 Protect button Allows you to protect a picture to prevent accidental erasure in the playback mode . T P. 79 AE lock/Custom button Allows you to set the AE lock (P. 80) or Multi- metering (P. 82). Other functions can be assigned to this button (P. 84). Rotation button Allows you to rotate a picture in the playback mode . T P. 85 Arrow pad ● Ñ, ñ, É and í used in instructions correspond to the buttons on the Arrow pad as shown. ● Allows you to move through the Menu and set values there. T P. 97 ● Allows you to set values for the aperture (P. 50), shutter speed (P. 52), exposure compensation (P. 86, 87). Also used for manual focusing (Manual focus T P. 89), etc. ● Allows you to play back movies frame-by-frame in the playback mode . T P. 38, 42 OK/Menu button ● Saves/sets up operations. ● If pressed and released quickly, the Menu appears.T P. 88 ● If held down more than 1 second, manual focus is activated. Manual focus T P.89 POWER switch T P. 28 Monitor button T P. 37 Ñ ñ É í
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47 3 Main buttons (Cont.) Flash switch Raises the flash. T P. 77 Zoom lever ● Enables telephoto-shooting or wide-angle shooting. T P. 60 ● Displays multiple pictures simultaneously (Index display T P. 62), enlarges a picture (close-up playback T P. 61) in the playback mode . ● Sets the trimming size of the Print reserve. T P. 159 Shutter button T P. 56 ● Pressing halfway enables focusing and pressing all the way starts shooting. ● If pressed halfway during Quick View (P. 38), the camera returns to the shooting mode. Mode dial Switching the position changes the camera’s mode. (movie record) T P. 54 A/S/M (Aperture priority shooting/Shutter priority shooting/Manual shooting) T P. 50–53 P (Program shooting) T P. 48 (Portrait shooting) T P. 48 (Sports shooting) T P. 48 (Landscape shooting) T P. 48 AUTO (Full-auto shooting) T P. 48 T P. 54
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48 3 Mode dial Full-auto shooting Allows you to take still pictures using NO special functions or manual adjustments. The camera sets optimal focusing and exposure. Suitable for simple shooting (Quick- start guide T P. 31–44). Functions  The available flash mode is Auto-flash (P. 36, 73).  The record mode can be selected from SHQ, HQ and SQ. Menu setting T P. 113  The BATTERY SAVE mode is set to OFF (P. 129).  The sequential mode is not possible. Program shooting Allows you to take still pictures. Aperture and shutter speed are set automatically by the camera. Other functions, such as flash modes and sequential modes, can be adjusted manually. Auto shooting to suit different applications Taking portrait pictures — Portrait shooting Suitable for shooting a portrait-style shot of a person. This mode features an in-focus subject against a blurred background. The camera automatically sets the optimal shooting conditions. Taking pictures of moving subjects — Sports shooting Suitable for capturing fast-moving action (such as a sports scene or moving vehicles) without blurring. The camera automatically sets the optimal shooting conditions. Taking pictures focusing on both subject and the background — Landscape shooting For example, if you want to take a picture with a beautiful background, you will want to have both your subject and the background in focus. The camera automatically sets the optimal shooting conditions. ~ Continued on next page
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49 3 Single-frame/Sequential shooting/Self-timer shooting Mode dial (Cont.) , and modes & Functions  The following functions are limited: Record mode: SHQ, HQ or SQ (in SQ, NORMAL is activated) (P. 113), INFO: ON 14), ISO: AUTO (P. 102), WB: AUTO (P. 115), REC VIEW: ON (P. 126)  The following functions are not available: Manual focus (P. 89), WB±: (P. 117), Spot/Macro mode (P. 70), Multi-metering (P. 82), AE lock (P. 80), aperture and shutter speed settings (P. 50–53) SLEEP and FILE NAME settings cannot be changed and are the same as those currently in the P or A/S/M modes.  If OFF is selected in ALL RESET, functions set in the , or mode are retained even when the power is turned off. However, the CUSTOM setting of ALL RESET is not possible (P. 124).  Available settings for each mode dial position are shown in the table below. Mode Flash mode Drive mode Fulltime AF mode Fill-in flash Not available Auto-flash Always ON Auto-flash Not available
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50 3 Mode dial (Cont.) Aperture priority/Shutter priority/Manual shooting To enter aperture value or shutter speed manually, set the Mode dial to A/S/M. When the Mode dial is set to A/S/M, each of the following can be chosen with the Menu: A (aperture priority): You set the aperture and the camera sets the shutter speed. S (shutter priority): You set the shutter speed and the camera sets the aperture. M(manual exposure): You set both the aperture and shutter speed. To switch modes, see "A/S/M" in "Menu functions" (P.99, 103). Modes & Functions Available functions vary depending on the shooting mode (see the table below). Functions Flash mode (P. 73) ISO (P. 102) Mode A Auto-flash, Red-eye reduction flash, flash off, Slow synchronization flash and Fill-in flash S Flash off and Slow synchronization flash M Flash off and Slow synchronization flash ●100, 200, 400 and 800. ●If the Mode dial is set to A/S/M from another position when the ISO is set to AUTO, the ISO is automatically set to 100. ● In the A/S/M mode, PANORAMA (P. 108) is not available. ● If OFF is selected in ALL RESET (P. 124), the mode setting for A/S/M and the aperture/shutter speed settings are retained even when the power is turned off. Note: Aperture setting — Aperture priority shooting You can set the aperture manually. The shutter speed is set automatically by the camera. By decreasing the aperture value (F value), you will force the camera to focus within a smaller range, producing a picture with a blurred background. Increasing the value forces the camera to focus over a wider range to the forward/backward directions, resulting in a picture in which both the subject and the background are in focus.
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51 3 Mode dial (Cont.) 1 Using the Menu, choose A from A/S/M. (Display the CAMERA menu (P. 94) T A/S/M setting (P. 99, 103)). 2 To increase the aperture value, press Ñ. To decrease the aperture value, press ñ.  When the aperture (F value) appears in red The aperture setting is unsuitable for the conditions. When ¥ appears, press ñ to decrease the aperture value. When ˙ appears, press Ñ to increase the value. When the aperture (F value) is set to the optimum exposure, it appears in green. If the aperture (F value) you have set is unsuitable, it appears in red. ● Also see “Modes & Functions” (P. 50). ● When the built-in flash is activated, you cannot set the shutter speed to 1/30 sec. or slower when the zoom lever is set to the maximum position of “W”, and 1/200 sec. or slower when the zoom lever is set to the maximum position of “T”. Note: Zoom position Range of the value Wide (W) F2.8 – F8.0 Tele (T) F3.5 – F8.0 ISO WB MODE MENU

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