Stylus Traveller SH-2

Olympus Stylus Traveller SH-2 manual

Stylus Traveller SH-2

User manual for the Olympus Stylus Traveller SH-2 in English. This PDF manual has 119 pages.

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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. The screen and camera illustrations shown in this manual were produced during the development stages and may differ from the actual product. Instruction Manual DIGITAL CAMERA SH-2
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2 EN Unpack the box contents The following items are included with the camera. If anything is missing or damaged, contact the dealer from whom you purchased the camera. Digital camera Strap Lithium Ion Battery (LI-92B) OLYMPUS Setup CD-ROM or Stylus pen USB-AC adapter (F-2AC) USB cable (CB-USB8) Other accessories not shown: Warranty card Contents may vary depending on purchase location. • The touch panel can be used for operations marked with  in this manual. Attaching the camera strap • Attach the strap to the other eyelet in the same manner. • Pull the strap tight so that it does not come loose.
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3 EN Names of parts 1 Connector cover 2 Strap eyelet 3 Self-timer lamp/AF illuminator 4 Lens 5 Built-in flash 6 Flash switch 7 Stereo microphone 8 Indicator lamp 9 n button 0 Zoom lever a Shutter button b Mode dial c Monitor (Touch screen) d R (Movie) button e q (Playback) button f A button g INFO (Information display) button h /Wi-Fi button i Multi-connector j HDMI micro connector k Speaker l Battery/card compartment lock m Battery/card compartment cover n Tripod socket o Arrow pad p F (Up) /F (Exposure compensation) button q I (Right) /# (Flash) button r H (Left) button s G (Down) /jY (Sequential shooting/Self-timer) /  (Erase) button • FGHI instruct to press the up/down/left/right arrow pad.
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4 EN Preparations for shooting Inserting and removing the battery and card 1 Follow Steps 1 and 2 to open the battery/card compartment cover. • Turn off the camera before opening the battery/card compartment cover. 1 2 1 Battery/card compartment cover Battery/card compartment lock 2 Insert the battery while sliding the battery lock knob in the direction of the arrow. • Insert the battery as illustrated with the C mark toward the battery lock knob. • If you insert the battery in the wrong direction, the camera is not turned on. Be sure to insert it in the correct direction. Battery lock knob • Slide the battery lock knob in the direction of the arrow to unlock, and then remove the battery.
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5 EN 3 Insert the card straight until it clicks into place. • Do not touch the metallic parts of the card directly. • Always use the specified cards with this camera. Do not insert other types of memory cards. Write-protect switch Cards compatible with this camera SD/SDHC/SDXC/Eye-Fi (with Wireless LAN function) card (commercially available) (maximum capacity: 128 GB) (for compatibility card details, visit the Olympus website.) • This camera can be used without a card by storing images in its internal memory. g “Using the card” (P. 99) To remove the card Press the card in until it clicks and comes out slightly, then remove the card. 1 2 4 Follow Steps 1 and 2 to close battery/card compartment cover. • When using the camera, be sure to close the battery/ card compartment cover. 1 2 1
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6 EN Charging the battery 1 Check that the battery is in the camera, and connect the USB cable and USB-AC adapter. • The battery is not fully charged at shipment. Before use, be sure to charge the battery until the indicator lamp turns off (up to 4.5 hours). Connecting the camera AC outlet USB cable (supplied) Connector cover Multi-connector Indicator lamp On: Charging Off: Charged or For charging the battery abroad, see “Using your charger and USB-AC adapter abroad” (P. 98). Never use any cable other than supplied or Olympus-designated USB cable. This may cause smoking or burning. The included F-2AC USB-AC adapter (hereafter referred to as USB-AC adapter) differs depending on the region where you purchased the camera. If you received a plug-in type USB-AC adapter, plug it directly into AC outlet. Be sure to unplug the power plug of the USB-AC adapter from the wall outlet when the charging is complete or the playback ends. For details on the battery, see “Handling the Battery” (P. 106). For details on the USB-AC adapter, see “USB-AC adapter” (P. 108).
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7 EN • If the indicator lamp does not light, check the USB cable and USB-AC adapter connections. • If “No Connection” is displayed on the back monitor, disconnect the USB cable and set [Storage] in [USB Connection] (P. 67) before connecting the cable again. When to charge the batteries Charge the battery when the error message shown on the right appears. Error message Battery Empty Flashes in red
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8 EN Turning on the camera and making the initial settings When you turn on the camera for the first time, a screen appears enabling to set the language for the menus and messages displayed in the monitor, and the date and time. To change the selected date and time, see “Setting the date and time d [X]” (P. 69). 1 Press the n button to turn on the camera, press FGHI of the arrow pad to select your language and press the A button. • In the case that the power is not turned on when you press the n button, check the direction of the battery. g “Inserting and removing the battery and card” (P. 4) 2 Press FG of the arrow pad to select the year for [Y]. X MENU Back Y/M/D Y M D Time -- -- -- -- : . . 2015 3 Press I of the arrow pad to save the setting for [Y]. X MENU Back Y/M/D Y M D Time -- -- -- -- : . . 2015 4 As in Steps 2 and 3, press FGHI of the arrow pad to set [M] (month), [D] (day), [Time] (hours and minutes), and [Y/M/D] (date order), and then press the A button. • For precise time setting, press the A button as the time signal strikes 00 seconds.
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9 EN 5 Use HI (arrow pad) to select the time zone and then press the A button. • Use FG (arrow pad) to turn daylight saving time ([Summer]) on or off. ’15.02.26 12:30 Summer
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10 EN Using basic functions Taking photographs 1 Press the n button to turn on the camera. When the camera is turned on, the monitor will turn on. 2 Set the mode dial to P. In mode P, the camera automatically adjusts shutter speed and aperture in response to subject brightness. 3 Frame the shot. • When holding the camera, take care not to cover the flash, microphone or other important parts with your fingers, etc. 4 Press the shutter button halfway down to focus. The camera was unable to focus if the AF target mark flashes red. Try focusing again. • The shutter speed and aperture value are displayed in red if the camera is unable to achieve optimal exposure. P P F6.9 F6.9 1/400 1/400 Shutter speed Aperture value AF target Press halfway 5 To take the picture, gently press the shutter button all the way down while being careful not to shake the camera. Press halfway Press the rest of the way down • You can also take photographs using the touch screen. g “Shooting using touch panel” (P. 42)
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11 EN Viewing photographs (Playing back images) Turn on the camera. Press the q button. • Your most recent photograph is displayed. • Press HI (arrow pad) to select an image. q button Arrow pad Displays the previous frame Displays the next frame ’15/02/26 12:30 4/30 4/30 Still image You can view later frames and earlier frames using the touch screen. • Drag the screen to left to advance one frame, and drag the screen to right to rewind one frame. 4/30 4/30 ’15/02/26 12:30 Index display • In single-frame playback, turn the zoom lever to W for Index playback. • Use FGHI (arrow pad) to move the cursor. • Turn the zoom lever to T for single-frame playback. 12:30 ’15/02/26 Tap  to display Index playback. • Tap . - on the right to view the next or previous page. • Tap an image to view it full frame.
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12 EN Close-up playback • In single-frame playback, turn the zoom lever to T to zoom in up to 10×; turn to W to zoom out. Press the A button to return to single-frame playback. • Press FGHI (arrow pad) to scroll an image to the direction of the button you pressed. 4/30 4/30 ’15/02/26 12:30 Tap  for playback zoom. • Use your finger to scroll the display when the picture is zoomed in. • Tap Z to return to single-frame playback. Erasing images during playback 1 Display the image you want to erase and press . • To erase a movie, select the movie to erase and press . MENU Erase Erase Cancel 4/30 4/30 100-0004 100-0004 Back 2 Press FG (arrow pad) to select [Erase], and press the A button. • Grouped images are erased as a group (P. 17). • Multiple images or all images can be erased at a time (P. 64).
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13 EN Recording movies 1 Press the R (movie) button to start recording. • The movie is shot in the set shooting mode. Note that the shooting mode effects may not be obtained for some shooting modes. • Sound is also recorded. • When using a camera with a CMOS image sensor, moving objects may appear distorted due to the rolling shutter phenomenon. 0:00 REC REC 0:00 0:34 0:34 0:00 0:00 REC REC 0:34 0:34 Lights up red when recording Recording time Recording length (P. 100) This is a physical phenomenon whereby distortion occurs in the filmed image when shooting a fast-moving subject or due to camera shaking. In particular, this phenomenon becomes more noticeable when using a long focal length. 2 Press the R (movie) button again to stop recording.
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14 EN Movie playback Select a movie, and press the A button. • Turn the zoom lever to the T side to display the movie index. Use FGHI (arrow pad) to select the frame to start playback. 00:12/00:34 00:12/00:34 During playback Movie ’15/02/26 ’15/02/26 12:30 12:30 4/30 4/30 Pausing and restarting playback Press the A button to pause playback. During pause, fast forward or reverse, press the A button to restart playback. Fast forward Press I (arrow pad) to fast forward. Press I (arrow pad) again to increase the fast forward speed. Rewind Press H (arrow pad) to rewind. Press H (arrow pad) again to increase the rewind speed. Adjusting the volume Use FG (arrow pad) to adjust the volume. Operations while playback is paused During pause 00:12/00:34 00:12/00:34 Elapsed time/Total shooting time Jump Press FG (arrow pad) to jump to the previous/ next index. Advancing and rewinding one frame at a time Press I or H (arrow pad) to advance or rewind one frame at a time. Hold I or H (arrow pad) pressed for continuous advance or rewind. Resuming playback Press the A button to resume playback. • During a pause, turn the zoom lever to the W side for the split index display.
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15 EN To stop movie playback Press the  button. • To play back movies on the computer, the supplied PC software is recommended. For the first use of the PC software, connect the camera to the computer, then launch the software. Playing back movies using touch panel Tap the following icon.  Play back movies. Tap again to pause playback. (/* Tap ( or * to fast forward or rewind. &/) Tap & or ) to advance or rewind one frame. O Go back to the beginning of the movie. + Display movie index.
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16 EN Playing back panorama and grouped images Playing back panorama images Panorama images that were combined together using [Auto] or [Manual] can be scrolled for viewing. 1 Select a panorama image during playback. 2 Press the A button. 4/30 4/30 12:30 ’15/02/26 To control panorama image playback Stop playback: Press the  button. Pause: Press the A button. Control while paused Press FGHI (arrow pad) to scroll the image in the direction of the pressed button. Turn the zoom lever to enlarge/shrink the image. Press the A button to restart scrolling. Viewing area Tapping  also scrolls panorama images for viewing.
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17 EN Playing back grouped images With sequential shooting, interval shooting and Photo in Movie, the taken images are displayed as a group during playback. T side Expands. • Expand to view the frames of a group in index view. • Tapping K also expands the frames. • If you want to delete images from the grouped images, you can expand the group and delete the images individually. • Select the image and press the A button to display the images respectively. • Use HI (arrow pad) to view the previous/next frame. A button Plays back the grouped images in sequence automatically or pauses playback. Tapping  also plays back grouped images. Sequential/ Interval images frame • Shot images are played back automatically. • Expand to view the images in index view. Sequential images frame 4/30 4/30 ’15/02/26 ’15/02/26 12:30 12:30 Photo in Movie frame • The movie and the still images are played back. • Expand to view the images in index view. • Pause the playback and turn the zoom lever to the W side to display the still images as a chapter index of the movie. Select the still image and press the A button to play back the movie from that point.
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18 EN Monitor display Shooting screen displays F6.9 F6.9 1/100 1/100 0.0 0.0 AUTO WB AUTO WB AUTO ISO AUTO ISO SCN SCN 0:00:34 0:00:34 z z Date 4 4 NORM 4:3 1 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 18 20 21 22 19 13 16 17 15 23 24 25 27 26 28 29 30 14 3 4 When the shutter button is pressed halfway down Reading a histogram If the peak fills too much of the frame, the image will appear mostly white. If the peak fills too much of the frame, the image will appear mostly black. The green section shows luminance distribution within the screen’s center. Switching the displays The displays change in the order of Normal → Detailed → No info. → Level Gauge each time the INFO button is pressed. g P. 71
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19 EN No. Name Normal Detailed No info. Level Gauge 1 Shooting mode R R – – 2 Connection to Smartphone R R R R 3 Sub mode R R – – 4 Picture Mode R R – – 5 Flash R R – – 6 Exposure compensation R R – – 7 White balance R R – – 8 ISO sensitivity R R – – 9 o/Y R R – – 10 Image size (still images) R R – – 11 Aspect R R – – 12 Image size (movies) R R – – 13 Recording with sound/ wind noise reduction R R – – 14 Movie recording length R R – – 15 Movie recording icon R R – – 16 World time – R – – 17 Image stabilization – R – – 18 Metering – R – – 19 Date stamp R R – – 20 Compression R R – – 21 Number of storable still pictures R R – – 22 Current memory R R – – 23 Battery check R R – – 24 Histogram – R – – 25 AF target mark R R R R 26 Touch Shutter R R R R 27 Grid Guide – R – – 28 Aperture value R R R R 29 Shutter speed R R R R 30 Camera shake warning R R R R
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20 EN Playback mode display • Normal 10 10 4/30 4/30 12:30 ’15/02/26 ’15/02/26 12:30 RAW RAW 9 8 3 2 4 5 7 6 23 22 21 23 Still image • Detailed 100-0004 100-0004 4/30 2.0 2.0 1/1000 1/1000 4608 3456 4608 3456 AUTO WB 125 ISO NORM AUTO WB 125 ISO NORM P P ’15/02/26 12:30 F6.9 F6.9 10 10 RAW 100-0004 100-0004 2.0 2.0 1/1000 1/1000 4608 3456 4608 3456 AUTO WB 125 ISO NORM AUTO WB 125 ISO NORM P P ’15/02/26 12:30 F6.9 F6.9 9 8 7 12 11 13 10 14 15 16 22 21 17 18 20 19 1 2 3 5 4 6 23 23
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21 EN • No information 22 23 2 Switching the displays The displays change in the order of Normal → Detailed → No info. each time the INFO button is pressed. No. Name Normal Detailed No info. 1 Battery check – R – 2 Eye-Fi transfer data/Wi-Fi R R R 3 Protect R R – 4 Adding sound R R – 5 Share order R R – 6 RAW file R R – 7 Print reservation/number of prints R R – 8 Current memory R R – 9 Frame number/ total number of images R R – 10 Compression/ Image size (movies) – R – 11 Shutter speed – R – 12 Shooting mode – R – 13 ISO sensitivity – R – 14 Aperture value – R – 15 Histogram – R – 16 Exposure compensation – R – 17 Picture mode/sub mode – R – 18 White balance – R – 19 Image size (still images) – R – 20 File name – R – 21 Recording date and time R R – 22 Grouped images R R R 23 Touch screen button R R R
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22 EN Shooting using basic functions Using the shooting modes Selecting shooting mode Turn the mode dial to set the shooting mode to the indicator. • After selecting \, O, p, P, r, or ', select the sub mode. List of shooting mode • The default settings of the function are highlighted in . Shooting mode Sub mode A (iAUTO mode) – P. 24 P (Program mode) – P. 10 M (Manual mode) – P. 25 \ (Art Filter) Pop Art/Soft Focus/Pale&Light Color/ Grainy Film/Pin Hole/Diorama/Dramatic Tone P. 29 O (Scene Mode) B Portrait/e e-Portrait/F Landscape/ 1 Interval Shooting/C Sport/2 Indoor/ 3 Self Portrait/` Sunset/_ Cuisine/ ^ Documents/g Beach & Snow/ I Super Macro/E Backlight HDR P. 26 ' (Nightscape) U Night+Portrait/G Night Scene/ X Fireworks/i Hand-Held Starlight/ # Live Composite P. 30
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23 EN Shooting mode Sub mode p (Panorama) Auto/Manual P. 32 P (PHOTO STORY) Standard/Speed/Zoom In/Out/Fun Frames P. 34 r (Advanced Movie mode) s Photo in Movie/} 60p Movie/ ; High-Speed Movie// Time Lapse Movie P. 36 • “List of settings available in each shooting mode” (P. 102), “List of O settings” (P. 103), “List of \ settings” (P. 104) • In certain shooting modes, the camera may take a few moments for image processing after taking a picture.
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24 EN A (iAUTO mode) A full auto mode in which the camera automatically optimizes settings for the current scene. The camera does all the work, which is convenient for beginners. 1 Rotate the mode dial to A. 2 Press the shutter button halfway down to focus. The camera was unable to focus if the AF target mark flashes red. Try focusing again. 3 To take the picture, gently press the shutter button all the way down while being careful not to shake the camera. Using the live guide The live guide can be used to change settings in A mode. 1 Press A to display the live guide. 2 Use FG (arrow pad) to highlight an item and press A. Guide items • Change Color Saturation • Change Color Image • Change Brightness Change Color Saturation Guide item 3 Use FG (arrow pad) to choose a level and check the effect or description. • Press the shutter button halfway to select. 4 Press the shutter button to take a picture. • To clear the live guide from the display, press the  button. • Touching the screen also changes the live guide setting levels. g P. 42 Clear & Vivid Flat & Muted Level bar • Pictures may appear grainy at some live guide setting levels. • Changes to the live guide setting levels may not be visible on the screen. • The flash can not be used with the live guide. • Changes to the live guide options cancel previous changes. • Choosing the live guide settings that exceed the limits of the camera exposure meters may result in pictures that are over- or under-exposed.
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25 EN M (manual mode) In mode M, you can set the aperture value, shutter speed, and ISO manually. • The exposure difference from suitable exposure is displayed. Shutter speed M M F6.9 F6.9 +2.0 +2.0 1/400 1/400 ISO6400 ISO6400 FNo. Over/Under exposure ISO 1 Rotate the mode dial to M. 2 Press F (arrow pad), and use HI to select aperture value (F-numbers), shutter speed, and ISO and use FG to select each value. 3 Press the A button to set.
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26 EN O (scene mode) Only by selecting a sub mode according to the subject or the scene, you can shoot with an proper setting. Sub mode Application B Portrait Suitable for portrait shooting. e e-Portrait Smoothes out skin tones and texture. This mode is suitable when viewing images on a high-definition TV. F Landscape Suitable for landscape shooting. 1 Interval Shooting Automatically shoot successive images according to set [Start Waiting Time], [Frame], and [Interval Time]. C Sport Suitable for fast action shooting. 2 Indoor Suitable for shooting portraits indoors like party scene. 3 Self Portrait Suitable for shooting yourself with holding the camera. ` Sunset Suitable for shooting the sunset. _ Cuisine Suitable for shooting cuisine. ^ Documents Suitable for shooting paper documents or time tables. g Beach & Snow Suitable for shooting at snow-capped mountains, seascapes in the sun, and other whitish scenes. I Super Macro Suitable for shooting extremely close-up images. E Backlight HDR Suitable for contrasting scenes. This mode captures multiple images and merges them into one, properly exposed image. 1 Rotate the mode dial to O. 2 Use HI (arrow pad) to select a sub mode and press the A button at the end. • Press the A button once again to display the sub mode selection screen. MENU MENU 16M 4:3 Portrait 1080 • In [e-Portrait] mode, two images are recorded: an unmodified image and a second image to which [e-Portrait] effects have been applied. When the image size set to [!], a RAW file is created from an unmodified imge.
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27 EN 1 Interval Shooting Adjusts interval settings in the setting menu before selecting Interval Shooting in O (Scene Mode) to shoot. Customizing the setting 1 Press the  button to display the menus. 2 Use H (arrow pad) to move to the page tab, and use FG to select Setting menu 3 and then press A. MENU Back Settings Menu 3 Interval Settings Level Gauge Settings Tab 3 Use FG (arrow pad) to select [Interval Settings] and press A. Then press FG (arrow pad) to select an item and press A. MENU Back Settings Menu 3 Interval Settings Level Gauge Settings A MENU Back Interval Settings 10 min sec Frame Start Waiting Time Interval Time 5 30
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28 EN 4 Use FG (arrow pad) to highlight an option and press A to select. Frame Sets the number of frames to be shot between 1 and 99 frames. Start Waiting Time Sets the time from pressing the shutter button until the picture is taken between 0 and 60 minutes. Interval Time Sets the shooting interval for the second and subsequent frames per 10 seconds or between 1 and 60 minutes. • Press the  button repeatedly to exit the menu. • The interval may be longer than the set interval such as when the camera takes a few moments for image processing. • Taken pictures are displayed as a group. • For the free space on a card, you cannot shoot the set number of frames. • The camera may go into sleep mode during interval shooting, but the shooting is performed according to the setting. To cancel the interval shooting Press the  button.
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29 EN \ (art filters) You can shoot with color and effect like posters and paintings. Sub mode Application Pop Art Enhances the color and atmosphere of an image more brightly and vividly. Soft Focus Expresses an ethereal atmosphere with a soft tone and makes an image dreamy. Pale&Light Color Expresses a comfortable floating feeling by making an image more pale and light. Grainy Film Expresses the strength and roughness of black and white. Pin Hole Expresses the tunnel effect like that obtained from an old fashioned camera or a toy camera by reducing the peripheral brightness. Diorama Expresses an image shooting a surreal miniature world with enhancing the saturation and contrast and blurring an out- of-focus area of an image. Dramatic Tone Enhances the local contrast of an image and provide an image that a difference of brightness and darkness is emphasized. 1 Rotate the mode dial to \. 2 Use HI (arrow pad) to select a sub mode and press the A button at the end. • Press the A button once again to display the sub mode selection screen. MENU MENU 0.0 0.0 AUTO WB AUTO WB 16M 4:3 Pop Art 1080 1
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30 EN ' (Nightscape) Only by selecting a sub mode according to the subject or the scene, you can shoot with an proper setting. Sub mode Application U Night+Portrait Suitable for portrait shooting against a background of night view. G Night Scene Suitable for tripod shooting of night scenes. X Fireworks Suitable for shooting fireworks at night using a tripod. i Hand-Held Starlight Reduces blur when shooting night scenes without a tripod. The flash can be used. # Live Composite The camera secured with a tripod automatically shoots multiple images, takes newly bright areas only, and composites them into a single image. With normal long exposure, an image of light trace such as star trails with bright buildings tends to get too bright. You can capture them without over exposure while checking the progress. 1 Rotate the mode dial to '. 2 Use HI (arrow pad) to select a sub mode and press the A button at the end. • Press the A button once again to display the sub mode selection screen. MENU MENU 4:3 16M 1080 Night+Portrait • In [Hand-Held Starlight], by pressing the shutter button once, the camera shoots multiple images automatically and continuously, and merges them into a high quality image with less noise.
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31 EN Taking pictures with [# Live Composite] 1 Press the shutter button halfway down to focus. • The camera was unable to focus if the AF target mark flashes red. While the AF target mark is flashing, press the shutter button halfway, and without releasing this button, then press the A button. The camera focuses at infinity. g “AFL (Focus lock)” (P. 41) 2 To take the picture, gently press the shutter button all the way down while being careful not to shake the camera. • The camera configures the proper settings automatically and starts shooting. • After pressing the shutter button, there is a time lag until shooting starts. • A combined panorama image is displayed per certain period of time. 3 Press the shutter button again to stop shooting. • The recording length in one shooting is up to three hours.
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32 EN p (Panorama mode) You can shoot and combine multiple images to create an image with a wide angle of view (panoramic image). 1 Rotate the mode dial to p. 2 Press the A button to go to the function menu. Use HI (arrow pad) to select a sub mode and press the A button at the end. Sub mode Application Auto Panorama images are automatically combined just by swinging the camera in the shooting direction. Manual Three frames are taken and combined by the camera. The user composes the shots using the guide frame and manually releases the shutter. • Move the camera as if rotating it around a vertical axis through the center of the lens to take better panorama images. Taking pictures with [Auto] 1 Select [Auto] in the sub mode first. Press G (arrow pad) and use HI to select the angle of view (STD:180°, FULL:360°), and then press the A button. 2 Point the camera to the start position. 3 Press the shutter button to begin shooting. 4 Start panning. When the arrow reaches the end of the guide, recording ends automatically. AUTO FULL MENU Cancel OK Save Guide • The camera automatically processes the images and the combined panorama image is displayed. • To stop shooting in the middle, press the shutter button or A button. If the camera pauses for a while, shooting automatically finishes. • If the message [Image was not created.] is displayed, shoot again. • To cancel the panorama function, press the  button.
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33 EN Taking pictures with [Manual] 1 Use FGHI (arrow pad) to specify at which edge the next picture is to be connected, and then press the A button. 2 Press the shutter button to take the first frame. The edge of the first frame is displayed faintly on the screen. Direction for combining frames MANUAL MANUAL 3 Compose the next shot so that the edge of the first frame displayed faintly on the screen overlaps the subject of the second frame, and press the shutter button. • To combine only two frames, press the A button. 4 Repeat step 3 to take a third frame. The camera automatically combines the frames into a single panorama image.
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34 EN P (PHOTO STORY) When shooting, an image is incorporated into a layout frame set to create a desired collage. This enables wide range of photo expression with themes or stories. 1 Rotate the mode dial to P. 2 Select a theme using FG (arrow pad) and press I. Types of theme P1 Standard P2 Speed P3 Zoom In/Out P4 Fun Frames 1 2 3 4 Standard MENU SETUP Theme 3 Select desired items in the theme using FGHI (arrow pad), then press A. • Press the shutter button halfway to return to the shooting screen. MENU Back
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35 EN 4 Tap a frame in standby mode to shoot. 4 4 NORM 4 4 NORM 4 4 NORM 0.0 0.0 AUTO WB AUTO WB AUTO ISO AUTO ISO 0.0 0.0 AUTO WB AUTO WB AUTO ISO AUTO ISO 0.0 0.0 AUTO WB AUTO WB AUTO ISO AUTO ISO • Tap the frame when the subject is not displayed in a frame. 5 Shoot each frame in the same way. • Shot images are displayed in the frames. • Touch any framed image and then U while U is displayed, so that the image is canceled, and you can retake the shot. • Press the  button and select [Exit], and then press the A button to cancel the shot picture and restart shooting again. 6 After shooting all frames, press N and save the picture. • When changing a shooting mode in the middle of shooting, the shooting state will be automatically saved. • AF Mode is fixed to [Spot]. • The image size is fixed at a size equivalent to [4]. • The following operations are not available in the Photo Story mode. Movie recording, sequential, and self-timer.
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36 EN r (Advanced Movie mode) You can shoot the movie by using the evolving movie function. Sub mode Description s (Photo in Movie) Captures still images as you shoot a movie. During a single movie, you can capture a maximum of 12 still images. } (60p Movie) Shoots a smooth movie at 60 frames/second. Image size is fixed at full HD (1920×1080). ; (High- Speed Movie) Shoots a fast-moving subject and play back in slow motion. HS120fps (1280×720), HS240fps (432×324) / (Time Lapse Movie) Generate a 20 seconds movie by shooting 600 successive images at set intereval time. You can set “shooting time” in the function menu. The camera automatically ends shooting for a set shooting time and record a time lapse movie. When shooting a time lapse movie in night scene, select [Vivid], [Natural], or [Muted] in the picture mode so that you can shoot a beautiful movie. • Except in Photo in Movie, you cannot take still images by pressing the shutter button. The Photo in Movie function is also enabled when shooting in P mode or A mode. • The flash is not available when capturing still images using Photo in Movie. • RAW files are not recorded in Photo in Movie. • Images captured during Photo in Movie are displayed as a group. • Only when High-Speed Movie, you can select [c], [d], and [Off] of the self-timer. • While you shoot Time Lapse Movie, you cannot change the focus position. • The camera may go into sleep mode during Time Lapse Movie, but the shooting is performed according to the setting. • When the battery gets low during Time Lapse Movie, the camera stops shooting and starts saving the images you have taken on the card. Use a full-charged battery. • In Time Lapse Movie, pressing the R (movie) button while shooting stops the shooting. The length of the movie is depending on the number of frames.
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37 EN Shooting night scene movie Use ' mode. You can shoot a movie with the suitable setting for night scene. Gradation characteristics are optimized for night scene. 1 Rotate the mode dial to '. 2 Press the R (movie) button to start recording. 3 Press the R (movie) button again to stop recording. Using the zoom Turning the zoom lever adjusts the shooting range. Turn the zoom lever as far as it will go to speed up the zoom operation, and turn it partway for a slow zoom operation (not applicable when shooting a movie). W side T side P P 0.0 0.0 AUTO WB AUTO WB AUTO ISO AUTO ISO 48.0 48.0 4 4 NORM 0:00:34 0:00:34 4:3 16M Zoom bar Image size Zoom bar 16M+RAW/16M Super-resolution zoom*1 Optical zoom Other *2 *1 For the super resolution zoom and the details, refer to (P. 57). *2 Due to increased processing of the pixel counts, the image quality will not degrade. The magnification ratio changes depending on the image size setting.
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38 EN Using shooting options (Set by direct button) Frequently used functions are assigned to IFG (arrow pad). Just by pressing the button, you can select the assigned function directly. Some items are not available in some shooting modes. g “List of settings available in each shooting mode” (P. 102) Flash You can use a flash when shooting. 1 Slide the flash switch to raise the flash. Flash switch 2 Press the # button to display options. 3 Use HI (arrow pad) to choose a flash mode and press A. #AUTO Auto flash The flash fires automatically in low light or backlight conditions. ! Red-eye reduction flash This function allows you to reduce the red-eye phenomenon. # Fill-in flash The flash fires regardless of the light conditions. $ Flash off The flash does not fire. • In [!](Red-eye reduction flash), after the pre-flashes, it takes about 1 second before the shutter is released. Do not move the camera until shooting is complete. • [!](Red-eye reduction flash) may not work effectively under some shooting conditions. To turn off the flash Press the flash down back into the camera.
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39 EN Exposure compensation Compensates the brightness (appropriate exposure) adjusted by the camera. 1 Press the +/- button, and then press HI (arrow pad) for the exposure compensation. • Choose positive (“+”) values to make pictures brighter, negative (“–”) values to make pictures darker. Negative (–) No compensation (0) Positive (+)
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40 EN Single/Sequential 1 Press the jY button to display the direct menu. 2 Select an option using HI (arrow pad) and press A. o Single-frame shooting Shoots 1 frame at a time when the shutter button is pressed (normal shooting mode).  Sequential 1 *1, 2 The images are taken sequentially for 200 frames at up to about 2.5 frames per second (fps) while pressing down the shutter button all the way down.  Sequential 2 *1, 2 The images are taken sequentially for up to 16 frames at about 11.5 frames per second (fps) while pressing down the shutter button all the way down. c High-Speed1 *1, 2, 3 The images are taken sequentially for up to 60 frames at about 20 frames per second (fps) while pressing down the shutter button all the way down. d High-Speed2 *1, 2, 3 The images are taken sequentially for up to 60 frames at up to 60 frames per second (fps) while pressing down the shutter button all the way down. *1 Taken pictures are displayed as a group. *2 When the image size is [!], this option cannot be set. *3 The number of recording pixels are limited. • During sequential shooting, focus, exposure, and white balance are locked at the first frame. • During sequential shooting, if the battery check blinks due to low battery, the camera stops shooting and starts saving the pictures you have taken on the card. The camera may not save all of the pictures depending on how much battery power remains.
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41 EN Self timer Sets the time after the shutter button is pressed until the picture is taken. 1 Press the jY button to display the direct menu. 2 Select [c], [d] or [YC] using HI (arrow pad) and press the A button. c Self-timer 12 SEC Press the shutter button halfway to focus, the rest of the way down to start the timer. First, the self-timer lamp lights up for approximately 10 seconds, then it blinks for approximately 2 seconds and the picture is taken. d Self-timer 2 SEC Press the shutter button halfway to focus, the rest of the way down to start the timer. The self-timer lamp blinks for approximately 2 seconds, and then the picture is taken. YC Custom Self-timer After selecting this mode, press the  button to set “timer second (the time from pressing the shutter button until the picture is taken), the number of frames, and the interval time”. Pictures are taken by these setting. • To cancel the activated self-timer, press the  button. • Self timer is not canceled automatically after shooting. AFL (Focus lock) You can lock the focus position. 1 Press the shutter button halfway to focus. 2 While keeping the position of the camera, press the A button. • The camera focuses and locks the position. • Press the A button again to release the focus lock. • Zooming operation, pressing the  button, and the other operations also release the focus lock. • After shooting, the focus lock is released. • Touching the screen also locks and releases the focus lock. g P. 42 • Only when ' mode is set to [# Live Composite], you can lock the camera focus on infinity. g P. 31
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42 EN  Shooting using touch panel By touching the screen, the subject to be focused on can be set or the picture can be taken. • When using a monitor protector or gloves, touching operation may not work well. • When touching operation is difficult with your finger, use the Stylus pen (supplied). Every time  is touched, the operation is changed.  : The subject that is touched is focused on and the picture is taken automatically.   : The subject that is touched is AF locked. Press the shutter button to take the picture. Touch  to release the AF lock. Focus lock ends when the shutter is released. 4 4 NORM LIVE GUIDE LIVE GUIDE 4:3 0:00:34 0:00:34 16M 1080 Using for the live guide (P. 24) In A mode, the live guide can be set. 1 Touch M. • Touch an item to set the level. 2 Drag the level bar slider vertically to set the level, and touch N. • Touch O to end the live guide. • Touch % to cancel the setting. Clear & Vivid Flat & Muted
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43 EN Using shooting options (Set by function menu) Some items are not available in some shooting modes. g “List of settings available in each shooting mode” (P. 102) MENU MENU 0.0 0.0 AUTO WB AUTO WB AUTO ISO AUTO ISO 4:3 P P 16M 1080 1 5 Function menu Setup menu (P. 50) 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 Function menu 1 Picture Mode..........................P. 44 2 Flash......................................P. 45 3 Exposure compensation ........P. 45 4 White balance........................P. 45 5 ISO sensitivity........................P. 46 6 o/Y.....................................P. 46 7 Image Size (still images)........P. 47 8 Aspect....................................P. 47 9 Image size (movies)...............P. 47 1 Press A to display the function menu. • To hide the function menu, press A again. 2 Use FG (arrow pad) on the arrow pad to select settings, use HI to change the selected setting, and press A. MENU MENU 0.0 0.0 AUTO WB AUTO WB AUTO ISO AUTO ISO 16M 4:3 Flash Auto 1080 Function Displays the selected function name Selection Arrow pad (HI) Arrow pad (FG)
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44 EN • The default settings of the function are highlighted in . Picture Mode Sets the processing options. h Vivid Produces vivid colors. i Natural Produces natural colors. j Muted Produces flat tones. 8 Fish Eye Produces distortion with the effect of shooting with a fisheye lens. 7 Sparkle Produces twinkling lights with the effect of shooting with a cross filter. 6 Reflection Makes an image with the effect of reflecting in a mirror. 5 Fragmented Makes an image into a collage of tiles. This mode produces the effect of mosaic art. j Pop Art Enhances the color and atmosphere of an image more brightly and vividly. k Soft Focus Expresses an ethereal atmosphere with a soft tone and makes an image dreamy. l Pale&Light Color Expresses a comfortable floating feeling by making an image more pale and light. m Grainy Film Expresses the strength and roughness of black and white. n Pin Hole Expresses the tunnel effect like that obtained from an old fashioned camera or a toy camera by reducing the peripheral brightness. o Diorama Expresses an image shooting a surreal miniature world with enhancing the saturation and contrast and blurring an out-of-focus area of an image. s Dramatic Tone Enhances the local contrast of an image and provide an image that a difference of brightness and darkness is emphasized.
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45 EN Flash Sets the flash firing method. _ Flash Auto The flash fires automatically in low-light or backlight conditions. ! Redeye Pre-flashes are emitted to reduce the occurrence of red eye in your photos. # Fill In The flash fires regardless of the available light. $ Flash Off The flash does not fire. Exposure compensation Compensates the brightness (appropriate exposure) adjusted by the camera. –2.0 to +2.0 Value Set a larger negative (–) value to adjust darker, or a larger positive (+) value to adjust brighter. White balance Sets an appropriate color scheme for the light of the shooting scene. e WB Auto The camera automatically adjusts the white balance. f Sunny Suitable for shooting outdoors under a clear sky. g Cloudy Suitable for shooting outdoors under a cloudy sky. h Incandescent Suitable for shooting under tungsten lighting.  Fluorescent Suitable for shooting under white fluorescent lighting.  One Touch 1 For manually adjusting the white balance according to the light when shooting. Set a piece of white paper or other white object so that it fills the entire screen, and press the  button to set the white balance. For how to register one touch white balance, see “Registering one touch white balance” (P. 48).  One Touch 2
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46 EN ISO sensitivity Sets the ISO sensitivity. l ISO Auto The camera automatically sets the sensitivity with priority on image quality. m High ISO Auto The camera automatically sets the sensitivity with priority on minimizing blur caused by a moving subject or by camera shake. S to # Value Set a smaller value to reduce noise in the picture, or a larger value to reduce blur. o/Y Sets the sequential shooting function and the time from pressing the shutter button until the picture is taken. o Single One frame is shot each time the shutter button is pressed.  Sequential 1 The images are taken sequentially for 200 frames at up to about 2.5 frames per second (fps) while pressing down the shutter button all the way down.  Sequential 2 The images are taken sequentially for up to 16 frames at about 11.5 frames per second (fps) while pressing down the shutter button all the way down. c High-Speed1 The images are taken sequentially for up to 60 frames at about 20 frames per second (fps) while pressing down the shutter button all the way down. d High-Speed2 The images are taken sequentially for up to 60 frames at up to 60 frames per second (fps) while pressing down the shutter button all the way down. c Y 12 sec The self-timer lamp turns on for approx. 10 seconds, then blinks for approx. 2 seconds, and then the picture is taken. d Y 2 sec The self-timer lamp blinks for approx. 2 seconds, then the picture is taken. YC Custom Self- timer Photographs are taken at “timer second (the time from pressing the shutter button until the picture is taken), the number of frames, and the interval time” which you set.
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47 EN Image size (still images) Sets the number of recording pixels. ! 4608×3456 (RAW+JPEG)*2 Saves both a JPEG file and a RAW*1 file with [] per shooting.  4608×3456 Suitable for printing pictures over A3 (11×17 in.). 4 3200×2400 Suitable for printing pictures up to A3 (11×17 in.). 3 1920×1440 Suitable for printing pictures up to A4 size (8.5×11 in.). 7 640×480 Suitable for using pictures on emails. Aspect*3 Sets the horizontal-to-vertical ratio of images.  4:3 Change the horizontal-to-vertical ratio when taking pictures. P 16:9 Q 3:2  1:1 Image size (movies) Sets the number of recording pixels. c 1080 60p*4 Shoots smooth full HD movies at 60 frames per second (fps).  1080p Shoots full HD movies.  720p Shoots HD movies. @ VGA Shoots 640×480 movies. y HS 120*4 Shoots quickly moving subjects for slow-motion playback. Shoots 1280×720 HS movies. z HS 240*4 Shoots quickly moving subjects for slow-motion playback. Shoots 432×324 HS movies. *1 RAW: This format (extension “.ORF”) stores unprocessed image data for later processing. By using the supplied software, you can adjust image data, for example, by changing exposure compensation and white balance, and applying the art filter. Playback, display, edit, and print reservations of RAW images are unavailable by the camera and general software. *2 You cannot delete only JPEG or RAW file of the image shot by [!]. Deleting either file deletes both files (For example, if you delete only JPEG on the computer and return the RAW to the camera, playing back, display, edit, and print order of the image become unavailable.). *3 Only the information is stored to RAW files. *4 You can set only when [Vivid], [Natural], and [Muted] is set on the picture mode in P and M mode and [I Super Macro].
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48 EN • In certain shooting modes, some functions cannot be set. g “List of settings available in each shooting mode” (P. 102). • Examples of image size when the aspect ratio is []. Registering one touch white balance Select [ One Touch 1] or [ One Touch 2], face the camera toward a piece of white paper or other white object, and press the  button. • The camera releases the shutter and the white balance is registered. When the white balance was previously registered, the registered data is updated. • The registered white balance data will not be cleared by turning off the power. • Perform this procedure under the light where the pictures will be actually taken. • When the camera settings are changed, the white balance must be registered again. • When the white balance cannot be registered, check that the white paper fills the screen, and then perform the procedure again.
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49 EN Using the setup menu functions Setup menu MENU Camera Menu 1 Back Wi-Fi Start Wi-Fi Start AF Mode Reset Reset Compression Shadow Adjust Normal Auto Touch Shutter Off Face/iESP ESP ESP/ 2 5 3 4 1 6 7 4 Playback Menu P. 59 q Slideshow Edit Erase Print Order (P. 84) R (Protect) Share Order 1 Camera Menu 1 P. 51 5 Settings Menu 1 P. 66 z Wi-Fi Start/End Wi-Fi (P. 73) Reset Compression Shadow Adjust Touch Shutter AF Mode ESP/n d Memory Format/Format Backup Eye-Fi USB Connection q Power On Sound Settings Pixel Mapping 2 Camera Menu 2 P. 54 6 Settings Menu 2 P. 68 z Digital Zoom Image Stabilizer (Still images) AF Illuminat. Rec View Pic Orientation Date Stamp Super-Res Zoom d s (Monitor) TV Out l (Language) X (Date/time) World Time Touch Calibration Wi-Fi Settings 3 Movie Menu P. 58 7 Settings Menu 3 P. 71 A IS Movie Mode R (Movie sound recording) Wind Noise Setting d Interval Settings Level Gauge Settings
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50 EN Using the setup menu Press the  button during shooting or playback to display the setup menu. The setup menu provides access to a variety of camera settings, such as shooting and playback functions, time and date settings, and display options. 1 Press the  button. • The setup menu is displayed. MENU Camera Menu 1 Back Wi-Fi Start Wi-Fi Start AF Mode Reset Reset Compression Shadow Adjust Normal Auto Touch Shutter Off Face/iESP ESP ESP/ 2 Press H (arrow pad) to select the page tabs. Use FG (arrow pad) to select the desired page tab and press I. MENU Camera Menu 1 Back Wi-Fi Start Wi-Fi Start AF Mode Reset Reset Compression Shadow Adjust Normal Auto Touch Shutter Off Face/iESP ESP ESP/ Page tab MENU Camera Menu 1 Back Wi-Fi Start Wi-Fi Start AF Mode Reset Reset Compression Shadow Adjust Normal Auto Touch Shutter Off Face/iESP ESP ESP/ Submenu 1 3 Use FG (arrow pad) to select the desired submenu 1 and then press the A button. MENU Camera Menu 1 Back Wi-Fi Start Wi-Fi Start AF Mode Reset Reset Compression Shadow Adjust Normal Auto Touch Shutter Off Face/iESP ESP ESP/ Submenu 2 MENU Camera Menu 1 Back Wi-Fi Start Wi-Fi Start AF Mode Reset Reset Compression Shadow Adjust Touch Shutter ESP/ On Off 4 Use FG (arrow pad) to select the desired submenu 2 and then press the A button. • Once a setting is selected, the display returns to the Submenu 1. • There may be additional operations. MENU Camera Menu 1 Back Wi-Fi Start Wi-Fi Start AF Mode Reset Reset Compression Shadow Adjust Normal Auto Touch Shutter On Face/iESP ESP ESP/ 5 Press the  button to complete the setting.

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