TG-5

Olympus TG-5 manual

TG-5

User manual for the Olympus TG-5 in English. This PDF manual has 134 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. If there are additions and/or modifications of functions due to firmware update for the camera, the contents will differ. For the latest information, please visit the Olympus website or contact your Olympus Consumer Support Team in your region. Instruction Manual DIGITAL CAMERA TG-5 Model No. : IM005
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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) or USB-AC adapter (F-5AC) USB cable (CB-USB12) Other accessories not shown: Warranty card Contents may vary depending on purchase location. Attaching the camera strap • Pull the strap tight so that it does not come loose.
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3 EN Names of parts 1 Connector cover 2 Connector cover lock 3 LOCK knob 4 Speaker 5 Strap eyelet 6 Lens 7 Self-timer lamp/LED Illuminator/ AF illuminator 8 Flash 9 Lens ring release button 0 Stereo microphone a GPS antenna b n button c Zoom lever d Control dial e LOG switch f Indicator lamp g Shutter button h Monitor i INFO (Information display) button j R (Movie)/select button k Mode dial l q (Playback) button m A button n /Wi-Fi button o HDMI micro connector p Micro-USB connector q Tripod socket r Battery/card compartment cover s Battery/card compartment cover lock t Arrow pad u F (Up) /F (Exposure compensation) button v I (Right) /# (Flash) button w G (Down) / jY (Sequential shooting/ Self-timer) /  (Erase) button x H (Left)/mode function 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, 2 and 3 to open the battery/card compartment cover. • Turn off the camera before opening the battery/card compartment cover. 3 1 2 Battery/card compartment cover Battery/card compartment cover lock LOCK knob 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. • Slide the battery lock knob in the direction of the arrow to unlock, and then remove the battery. Battery lock knob
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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) (for compatibility card details, visit the Olympus website.) To remove the card Press the card in until it clicks and comes out slightly, then remove the card. 4 Follow Steps 1, 2 and 3 to close battery/card compartment cover. • When using the camera, be sure to close the battery/card compartment cover. 1 1 3 2
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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 3 hours). Connecting the camera AC outlet or 1 2 3 USB cable (supplied) Micro-USB connector USB-AC adapter Indicator lamp On: Charging Off: Charged Connector cover 2 A menu will be displayed; highlight [Charge] and press the A button. USB Storage MTP Print Charge Exit Set For charging the battery abroad, see “Using your charger and USB-AC adapter abroad” (P. 100). • Never use any cable other than supplied or Olympus-designated USB cable. This may cause smoking or burning. • The included F-5AC 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.
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7 EN • For details on the battery, see “SAFETY PRECAUTIONS” (P. 120). For details on the USB-AC adapter, see “SAFETY PRECAUTIONS” (P. 120). • If the indicator lamp does not light, reconnect the USB cable and USB-AC adapter to the camera. • If the message “No Connection” is displayed in the monitor, disconnect and reconnect the cable. When to charge the batteries Charge the battery when the error message shown on the right appears. Battery Empty Error message 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 clock manually, choosing a time zone, and using GPS to set the clock d [X Settings]” (P. 70) 1 Press the n button to turn the camera on, highlight your language using FGHI (arrow pad) or the control dial, 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 Use FG (arrow pad) or the control dial to select the year ([Y]). X Y M D Time 2017 Y/M/D Cancel 3 Press I (arrow pad) to save the setting for [Y]. 2017 Cancel X Y M D Time Y/M/D 4 Select the month ([M]), day ([D]), hour and minute ([Time]), and the date display order ([Y/M/D]) using FGHI (arrow pad) as described in Steps 2 and 3, and then press the A button. 5 Use FG (arrow pad) to select the time zone and then press the A button. • Daylight saving time can be turned on or off using the INFO button. Time Zone Seoul Tokyo UTC+09:00 (12:30) Set
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9 EN Using basic functions Taking photographs (P mode) 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 focus indicator will blink to show that the camera is not in focus. Focus again. • The shutter speed and aperture displays will blink to show that the camera is unable to achieve optimal exposure. Press halfway 125 01:02:03 01:02:03 1023 1023 P 125 F5.6 ±0.0 ±0.0 L N F FHD 30p 30p ISO-A 200 S-ISON S-ISON Shutter speed Aperture value Focus indicator 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
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10 EN Viewing photographs (Playing back images) Turn on the camera. Press the q button. • Your most recent photograph is displayed. • Press HI (arrow pad) or rotate the control dial to view other pictures. q button Arrow pad Control dial Displays the previous frame Displays the next frame 2017.02.26 12:30:00 20 100-0020 L N 4:3 1012hPa 10m 20.5°C Still image Index display/Calendar display • To switch from single-frame to index playback, rotate the zoom lever counterclockwise. Repeating the process will increase the number of images displayed, ending in a calendar display. g [G Settings] (P. 62) Counter- clockwise Clockwise • Use FGHI (arrow pad) or the control dial to move the cursor. • Rotate the zoom lever clockwise to proceed in turn from calendar to index to single-frame playback. 2017.02.26 12:30:00 21
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11 EN Close-up playback • In single-frame playback, you can zoom in or out using the zoom lever: rotate the lever clockwise to zoom in from 2× to 14× and counterclockwise 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. • To view other images at the same zoom ratio, press the INFO button and then press HI (arrow pad). Press the INFO button again to re-enable scrolling. You can also view other images using the control dial. 2x Selecting Multiple Images You can select multiple images for [R] (P. 13), [Erase Selected] (P. 16), and [Share Order Selected] (P. 13) operations. Press the R (movie) button to select the image currently displayed during playback or highlighted in the index display (P. 10). Selected images are indicated by a v icon. Press the button again to deselect the image.
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12 EN Using the Playback Menu The playback menu can be displayed by pressing the A button during playback. Highlight the desired option and select it by pressing the A button. The options displayed vary with the type of image selected. Available Options RAW JPEG RAW+JPEG Movies Play H R R R ― RAW Data Edit R ― R ― JPEG Edit ― R R ― Play Movie ― ― ― R Movie Edit ― ― ― R Share Order ― R R R R R R R R R R R R ― Rotate R R R ― L R R R R Image Overlay R ― R ― < ― R R ― Erase R R R R Play H Voice memos (P. 13) are played back when the associated image is displayed. Volume can be adjusted using FG (arrow pad). Press  or A to end voice memo playback. RAW Data Edit Creates a JPEG copy of a RAW image according to the selected settings. g [RAW Data Edit] (P. 57) JPEG Edit Edit JPEG images. g [JPEG Edit] (P. 57) Play Movie View the current movie. g “Movie playback” (P. 15)
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13 EN Movie Edit Edit movies. g [In-Movie Image Capture (Movie Edit)] (P. 59), [Movie Trimming (Movie Edit)] (P. 59) Share Order Select images for later transfer to a smartphone. You can also view the images currently selected for transfer. Press FG (arrow pad) to select images for transfer. Selected images are indicated by a h icon; to deselect, press FG (arrow pad) again. You can also select multiple images and then mark them all for transfer simultaneously. g “Selecting Multiple Images” (P. 11), “Transferring images to a smartphone” (P. 74) R Protect images from accidental deletion. Pressing FG (arrow pad) marks images with a 0 (protect) icon. Press FG (arrow pad) again to remove protection. You can also select multiple images and then protect them simultaneously. g “Selecting Multiple Images” (P. 11) R Audio can be added to still images (up to 30 sec. long). g [R] (P. 59) Rotate Rotate the current image. The image rotates each time you press FG (arrow pad); press the A button to complete the operation. • The rotated image is saved in its current orientation. • Movies and protected images cannot be rotated. L This function displays images stored on the card one after another. g [L] (P. 56) Image Overlay Up to 3 frames of RAW images taken with the camera can be overlaid and saved as a separate image. g [Image overlay] (P. 60) < Choose print options (the number of copies and date imprinting) for the images on the memory card. g “Print reservation (DPOF)” (P. 86) Erase Delete the current image. g “Erasing images during playback” (P. 16)
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14 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. 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. • When recording movies, use an SD card that supports an SD speed class of 10 or higher. • Use a UHS-I card with a UHS speed class of 3 or better if: [4K] or [High-speed] is selected for A (movie mode)/[Super Fine] is selected for bit rate • When the mode dial is rotated to A, you can choose sub modes for recording 4K or high-speed movies. g “A (movie mode)” (P. 25) P ISO AUTO F FHD 30p 30p AF AF M-ISON M-ISON REC 00:01 REC 00:01 0:07:48 0:07:48 0.0 0.0 L L R R REC 00:01 REC 00:01 0:07:48 0:07:48 Recording time Recording length
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15 EN Movie playback Pressing the A button when a movie is selected in single-frame playback displays the playback menu. Highlight [Play Movie] and press the A button to start movie playback. Movie Share Order y Movie Edit 0 Play Movie Erase Back Set Operations During Playback Pause Press the A button to pause playback. To resume playback, press the A button again. 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 Cueing Use F (arrow pad) to display the first frame and press G to display the last frame. Advancing and rewinding one frame at a time Use HI (arrow pad) or the control dial to advance or rewind one frame at a time. Keep HI (arrow pad) pressed for continuous advance or rewind. Resuming playback Press the A button to resume playback. To stop movie playback Press the  button. • We recommend using OLYMPUS Viewer 3 (P. 90) to view movies on a computer. Be sure to use the latest version. Connect the camera to the computer before launching OLYMPUS Viewer 3 for the first time.
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16 EN 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 . Erase Yes No Back Set 2 Press FG (arrow pad) to select [Yes], and press the A button. • Grouped images are erased as a group (P. 11). • Multiple images or all images can be erased at a time (P. 70). Scrolling Panoramas Panoramas made up of multiple images joined together can be viewed in a scrolling display. 1 Select a panorama in single-frame playback. 2 Rotate the zoom lever clockwise. • Press FGHI (arrow pad) to scroll the image in the direction of the pressed button. • During playback, you can rotate the zoom lever clockwise to zoom in from 2× to 14× or counterclockwise to zoom out. Press the A button to return to single-frame playback. • To view other images at the same zoom ratio, press the INFO button and then press HI (arrow pad). Press the INFO button again to re-enable scrolling. You can also view other images using the control dial. 1x Viewing area
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17 EN Monitor display Shooting screen displays 125 125 F5.6 ISO-A 200 L N 4:3 S-ISON S-ISON +2.0 +2.0 P 01:02:03 01:02:03 1023 1023 BKT FD-1 FD-1 C1 F FHD 30p 30p AF AF WB AUTO WB AUTO x1.4 x1.4 2 Focus Focus LOG A B C D E z y w v 1 34 6 7 8 e 0 a c d t u s r q j k l m n o i h g f p b 5 9 2 x x1.4 x1.4 2.0x 2.0x No. Name 1 Card write indicator 2 Grid Guide 3 Bracketing icon 4 AF fine-tuning guide 5 AF target mark 6 Accessory 7 Digital zoom ratio*1 8 Time lapse shooting 9 Face priority 0 Movie sound a Wind noise reduction b Attitude indicator (pitch) c Optical zoom ratio/ magnification*1 d Internal temperature warning e Flash (blinks: charging in progress, lights up: charging completed) f Focus indicator *1 Displayed at all times if [n Microscope Control] (P. 27) is in use. No. Name g Picture Mode h ISO sensitivity i White balance j AF mode k Aspect l Image quality (still images) m Record mode (movies) n Movie recording length o Number of storable still pictures p Attitude indicator (roll) q Top: Flash intensity control Bottom: Exposure compensation r Exposure compensation s Aperture value t Shutter speed u Histogram v Shooting mode
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18 EN Reading a histogram The green section shows luminance distribution within the screen’s center. If the peak fills too much of the frame, the image will appear mostly black. If the peak fills too much of the frame, the image will appear mostly white. Switching the displays Press the INFO button to cycle through the displays as follows: Basic Information*1 , Image Only, Histogram Display (Custom1), Attitude Indicator (Custom2). • You can change Custom1 and Custom2 settings. g [G/Info Settings] > [LV-INFO] (P. 62) • Hold the INFO button and rotate the control dial to rotate the shooting information display. *1 Not displayed in A mode (movie mode) unless recording is in progress. The Attitude Indicator The attitude indicator shows the amount of camera tilt. The vertical bar shows pitch, and the horizontal bar shows roll. • The indicator is intended as a guide only. • Error in the display can be corrected via calibration (P. 69). No. Name w Custom mode x LOG icon/warning y GPS icon z Metering A o/Y/Pro Capture shooting B Flash Compensation C Flash mode D Image stabilization E Battery check
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19 EN Playback mode display Switching the displays Press the INFO button to cycle through the displays as follows: Simplified, Overall, Image Only. • Histogram and highlight/shadow displays can be added to the playback information display. g [G/Info Settings] > [q Info] (P. 62) Simplified display 2017.02.26 12:30:00 15 100-0015 1012hPa 145°23’ 59” W 39°12’ 30” N 10m 20.5°C ×10 ×10 4:3 L N HDR1 j 3 2 1 4 6 5 78 e f h i c b a 0 9 d g Overall display F5.6 F5.6 +1.0 +1.0 G+4 G+4 A+4 A+4 Natural Natural sRGB sRGB ISO 400 ISO 400 125 125 +2.0 +2.0 25mm 25mm 1/8 4000×3000 ×10 ×10 4:3 L N 2017.02.26 12:30:00 15 100-0015 WB AUTO P s p q r v u t n w x y z A l k m o Image only k 8
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20 EN No. Name *1 *2 *3 1 Battery check R R – 2 Including GPS information R R – 3 Eye-Fi transfer data/Wi-Fi R R – 4 Print reservation/ number of prints R R – 5 Share order R R – 6 Adding sound R R – 7 Protect R R – 8 Image selected R R R 9 Latitude R – – 0 Longitude R – – a Direction information R – – b Atmospheric R – – c File number R R – d Frame number R R – e Image quality R R – f Aspect ratio R R – g Focus Stacking/ HDR image R R – h Altitude/Water depth R – – i Temperature (water temperature) R – – No. Name *1 *2 *3 j Recording date and time R R – k Aspect border*4 R R R l AF area pointer – R – m Shooting mode – R – n Shutter speed – R – o Exposure compensation – R – p Aperture value – R – q Focal length – R – r Flash intensity control – R – s White balance compensation – R – t Color space – R – u Picture mode – R – v Compression rate – R – w Image size – R – x ISO sensitivity – R – y White balance – R – z Metering mode – R – A Histogram – R – *1 Simplified display *2 Overall display *3 Image only *4 Displayed only if an aspect ratio other than 4:3 is selected with a RAW image quality option.
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21 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, A, ^, or k, select the sub mode. List of shooting mode B (iAUTO mode)........................P. 21 P (Program mode) ........................P. 9 A (A mode) .................................P. 22 C1 (Custom mode 1)...................P. 22 C2 (Custom mode 2)...................P. 22 O (Scene Mode) ......................P. 22 A (movie mode).........................P. 25 ^ (Underwater mode) ..............P. 26 k (Microscope mode)..................P. 27 • Some features may be unavailable depending on the shooting mode and camera settings. g “List of settings available in each shooting mode” (P. 111), “List of A settings” (P. 112), “List of O settings” (P. 114), “List of ^ settings” (P. 113) • In certain shooting modes, the camera may take a few moments for image processing after taking a picture. B (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 B. 2 Press the shutter button halfway down to focus. The focus indicator will blink to show that the camera is not in focus. Focus again. 3 Press the shutter button all the way down to shoot.
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22 EN A (A mode) When an aperture value is set, the camera automatically sets an appropriate shutter speed. You can change the aperture by rotating the control dial or by pressing F and then FG (arrow pad). C1/C2 (Custom mode) If you store shooting settings in [Reset/Assign Custom Modes] (P. 52), you can call up and shoot using the stored shooting settings. • You can register different settings in C1 and C2. 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 1 Sub mode 2 Application People 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. D Portrait + Landscape Suitable for portraits featuring a landscape in the background. U Portrait + Nightscape Suitable for portrait shooting against a background of night view. G Children Suitable for photographs of children and other active subjects. Nightscapes G Nightscape Suitable for tripod shooting of night scenes. U Portrait + Nightscape Suitable for portrait shooting against a background of night view. H Handheld Starlight Suitable for shooting night scenes without a tripod. Reduces blur when shooting low light/illuminated scenes. X Fireworks Suitable for shooting fireworks at night.
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23 EN Sub mode 1 Sub mode 2 Application Nightscapes d Live Composite The camera 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. Motion C Sport Suitable for fast action shooting. G Children Suitable for photographs of children and other active subjects. Scenery F Landscape Suitable for landscape shooting. ` Sunset Suitable for shooting the sunset. g Beach & Snow Suitable for shooting at snow- capped mountains, seascapes in the sun, and other whitish scenes. s Panorama You can shoot and combine multiple images to create an image with a wide angle of view (panoramic image). E Backlight HDR Suitable for contrasting scenes. This mode captures multiple images and merges them into one, properly exposed image. Indoors W Candlelight Suitable for shots of candlelit scenes. Warm colors are preserved. 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. G Children Suitable for photographs of children and other active subjects. E Backlight HDR Suitable for contrasting scenes. This mode captures multiple images and merges them into one, properly exposed image.
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24 EN 1 Rotate the mode dial to O. 2 Use FGHI (arrow pad) or the control dial to highlight an option for sub mode 1 and press the A button to select. Sub mode 1 People Motion Scenery Nightscapes Indoors People 3 Use HI (arrow pad) or the control dial to highlight an option for sub mode 2 and press the A button to select. • Press the  button to return to the sub mode 1 display. Sub mode 2 Portrait • When the mode dial is rotated to O, the sub mode 1 display can be viewed by pressing H (arrow pad). • The live control (P. 34) can also be used to select sub mode 2. d Live Composite 1 Press the shutter button halfway down to focus. • Mount the camera securely on a tripod to reduce blur caused by camera shake. • If the focus indicator blinks, the camera is not in focus. When the focus indicator is flashing, you can focus at infinity by pressing the A button while the shutter button is pressed halfway. 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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25 EN s Panorama 1 Press the shutter button to take the first frame. 2 Pan the camera slowly to frame the second shot. • A target mark will be displayed. 3 Move the camera slowly so that the pointer and the target mark overlap. The camera releases the shutter automatically when the pointer and the target overlap. • To combine only two frames, press the A button. Cancel Save Target mark Pointer Screen when combining images from left to right 4 Repeat step 3 to take a third frame. The camera automatically combines the frames into a single panorama image. • To cancel the panorama function, press the  button. A (movie mode) In addition to normal footage, you can record high-resolution 4K movies or shoot high-speed movies that play back in slow motion. Sub mode Application A Standard Record normal movies. C 4K Record high-definition 4K movies. D High-speed Record fast-moving subjects for slow-motion playback. 1 Rotate the mode dial to A. 2 Use HI (arrow pad) or the control dial to highlight a sub mode and press the A button to select. Standard 4K HS 3 Press the R (movie) button to start recording. • To end recording, press the R (movie) button again. • When the mode dial is rotated to A, the sub mode display can be viewed by pressing H (arrow pad).
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26 EN Image Quality You can adjust image quality using live controls. g “Record mode (movies)” (P. 39) ^ (Underwater mode) Only by selecting a sub mode according to the subject or the scene, you can shoot underwater photographs with a proper setting. Sub mode Application ] Underwater Snapshot Optimized for underwater photography that uses natural light. E Underwater Wide Suitable for shooting underwater. w Underwater Macro Suitable for shooting close-up view underwater. _ Underwater HDR Suitable for contrasting underwater scenes. This mode captures multiple images and merges them into one, properly exposed image. This mode may not function well for shooting a fast- moving subject. 1 Rotate the mode dial to ^. 2 Use HI (arrow pad) or the control dial to highlight a sub mode and press the A button to select. Underwater Snapshot 3 Press the shutter button all the way down to take the picture. • To take a series of shots at the same focus distance, use AFL (P. 32) or MF (P. 37). • When the mode dial is rotated to ^, the sub mode display can be viewed by pressing H (arrow pad).
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27 EN k (Microscope mode) Images can be taken from up to 1 cm away from the subject. In this mode you can shoot images with a large depth of field, and perform focus bracket shooting of a set number of images. 1 Rotate the mode dial to k. 2 Use HI (arrow pad) or the control dial to highlight a sub mode and press the A button to select. Microscope Sub mode Application m Microscope Images can be taken from up to 1 cm away from the subject. o Focus Stacking*1 The camera shoots a number of images, automatically shifting the focus in each image. These can then be combined into a composite image with a large depth of field. Two images are recorded, the first frame and the composite image. p Focus Bracketing In this mode, the camera shoots a number of images, automatically shifting the focus in each image. The number of images and shooting steps are set in [Focus BKT] (P. 55). n Microscope Control Optimized for close-ups with the subject magnified in the monitor.The magnification level when the shooting distance is 1 cm is displayed on the monitor. Pressing I (arrow pad) can change the magnification level. At high magnification levels, the image may be grainy. *1 There may be situations in which it is not possible to create composite image due to camera shake. 3 Press the shutter button all the way down to shoot. • To take a series of shots at the same focus distance, use AFL (P. 32) or MF (P. 37). • When the mode dial is rotated to k, the sub mode display can be viewed by pressing H (arrow pad).
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28 EN Using the zoom Zoom in to photograph distant objects or zoom out to increase the area visible in the frame. Zoom can be adjusted using the zoom lever. W side T side 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 features may be unavailable depending on the shooting mode and camera settings. g “List of settings available in each shooting mode” (P. 111) Flash You can use a flash when shooting. 1 Press the # button to display options. 2 Use HI (arrow pad) or the control dial to highlight a flash mode and press the A button to select. #AUTO Flash Auto The flash fires automatically in low light or backlight conditions. # Fill In The flash fires regardless of the light conditions. Redeye This function allows you to reduce the red- eye phenomenon. $ Flash Off The flash does not fire. Red-Eye Slow Combines slow sync with red-eye reduction. #SLOW SLOW Slow shutter speeds are used to brighten dimly-lit backgrounds.
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29 EN Manual Control flash output manually. If you highlight “Manual” and press the INFO button before pressing the A button, you can adjust flash output using FGHI (arrow pad) or the control dial. #RC Remote Control The dedicated underwater strobe or the Olympus wireless RC flash is used to take pictures. For details, see “Taking pictures with the Olympus Wireless RC Flash System” (P. 105). q LED On The LED turns on when a picture is taken. This is effective for taking close up pictures. • In [ ], after the pre-flashes, it takes about 1 second before the shutter is released. Do not move the camera until shooting is complete. • [ ] may not work effectively under some shooting conditions. • The shutter speed becomes slower in [#SLOW]. Use a tripod and secure the camera. • Some features may be unavailable depending on the shooting mode and camera settings. Exposure compensation Compensates the brightness (appropriate exposure) adjusted by the camera. 1 Rotate the control dial, or press the F button and use HI (arrow pad). • Depending on the shooting mode and camera settings, you may not be able to adjust exposure compensation using the control dial. • Choose positive (“+”) values to make pictures brighter, negative (“–”) values to make pictures darker. Negative (–) No compensation (0) Positive (+)
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30 EN Single/Sequential Hold the shutter-release button all the way down to take a series of photographs. 1 Press the jY button to display the direct menu. 2 Press HI (arrow pad) or rotate the control dial to highlight an option and then press the A button. o Single Shoots 1 frame at a time when the shutter button is pressed (normal shooting mode). T Sequential High Hold the shutter-release button all the way down to take a series of photographs. • To choose a frame advance rate, highlight [Sequential High] and press the INFO button before you press the A button. Choose from frame advance rates of approximately 10 frames per second (10 fps) or 20 frames per second (20 fps). Use FGHI (arrow pad) or the control dial to highlight a frame advance rate and press the A button to select. S Sequential Low Pictures will be taken at about 5 fps while the shutter button is pressed all the way down. J Pro Capture Sequential shooting begins when you press the shutter button halfway. Press the shutter button all the way down to begin recording captured images to the card, including those for a halfway press. g “Pro Capture” (P. 31) • During sequential and Pro Capture shooting, focus, exposure, and white balance are fixed at the values for the first shot. • 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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31 EN Pro Capture To eliminate the lag between the shutter button being pressed all the way down and the start of recording, the camera starts shooting a series of pictures using the electronic shutter when the shutter button is pressed halfway, and begins recording the pictures—including those taken when the shutter button was pressed halfway (up to 4)—to the card when the shutter button is pressed the rest of the way down. 1 Press the jY button. 2 Press HI (arrow pad) or rotate the control dial to highlight [J] (Pro Capture) and then press the A button. 3 Press the shutter button halfway to start shooting. 4 Press the shutter button all the way down to start recording to the card. • Pro Capture shooting is not available when connected to Wi-Fi. • The camera will continue shooting for up to a minute while the shutter button is pressed halfway. To resume shooting, press the button halfway again. • Flickering occurred by fluorescent lights or the large movement of the subject, etc. may cause distortions in images. • The monitor will not be blacked out and the shutter sound will not be emitted while bracketing. • The slowest shutter speed is limited. 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 Press HI (arrow pad) or rotate the control dial to highlight [Y12], [Y2], or [YC] and then press the A button. Y12 Y 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. Y2 Y 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 INFO button to set “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.
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32 EN • 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. • While focus lock is in effect, the focus distance can be fine-tuned using FG (arrow pad) or the control dial. • Pressing the A button, zooming operation, pressing the  button, and the other operations also release the focus lock. • If the focus indicator blinks when the shutter button is pressed halfway with [d Live Composite] (P. 24) selected for O mode, you can set focus to infinity by pressing the A button. • AFL is not available in B mode and some O modes. Area You can select the position of the AF target mark manually. Before proceeding, select [I] for [AF Area] in Shooting Menu 1 (P. 53). 1 Press and hold the A button. 2 Use FGHI (arrow pad) to select the position of AF target mark and press the A button. • Pressing and holding the A button before setting the position returns the AF target mark to the center. 125 01:02:03 01:02:03 1023 1023 125 F5.6 L N F FHD 30p 30p S-ISON S-ISON Focus Focus AF lock mark
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33 EN AF Tracking The camera tracks the subject movement automatically to focus on it continuously. Before proceeding, select [Tracking] for [AF Area] in Shooting Menu 1 (P. 53). 1 Place the AF target mark over your subject and press the A button, keeping the shutter button pressed halfway. 2 When the camera recognizes the subject, the AF target mark automatically tracks the subject movement to focus on it continuously. • To cancel the tracking, press the A button. • Depending on the subjects or the shooting conditions, the camera may be unable to lock the focus or fail to track the subject movement. • When the camera fails to track the subject movement, the AF target mark changes to red.
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34 EN Using shooting options (via live control) Some features may be unavailable depending on the shooting mode and camera settings. g “List of settings available in each shooting mode” (P. 111) Available Options Picture Mode .............................P. 35 Scene mode ..............................P. 22 ISO sensitivity............................P. 36 White balance............................P. 36 AF mode....................................P. 37 Aspect........................................P. 38 Image quality (still images)........P. 38 Record mode (movies)*1 ............P. 39 Image stabilizer (still images)*2 ..P. 40 Image stabilizer (movies)*1 ........P. 40 Flash*2 *3 .....................................P. 41 Flash Compensation*2 ...............P. 41 o/Y ........................................P. 42 Metering mode*2 ........................P. 42 Face priority...............................P. 43 Accessory..................................P. 43 • The selected setting applies in both P and A modes. *1 Displayed only in movie mode. *2 Not displayed in movie mode. *3 The camera stores the settings for P, A, ^ (underwater mode), and k (microscope mode) separately and restores them the next time the mode is selected, even after the camera has been turned off. The ISO sensitivity for [_ Underwater HDR] is not restored, however. Using Live Controls 1 Press the A button to display live controls. • To hide live controls, press the A button again. 2 Press FG (arrow pad) to highlight the desired function, then use HI (arrow pad) or the control dial to highlight an option and press the A button. • The highlighted option will be selected automatically if no operations are performed for about 8 seconds. Function Displays the selected function name Selection WB AUTO WB WB WB AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO P WB Auto AUTO AUTO L N 4:3 F FHD 30p 30p AF AF WB AUTO WB AUTO ISO AUTO Z Z WB WB Arrow pad (HI) Arrow pad (FG)
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35 EN • The default settings of the function are highlighted in . Picture Mode Sets the processing options. i-Enhance Produces more impressive-looking results suited to the scene. Vivid Produces vivid colors. Natural Produces natural colors. Muted Produces flat tones. Portrait Produces beautiful skin tones. J Monochrome Produces black and white tone. K Custom Use to select one picture mode, set the parameters, and register the setting. e e-Portrait Produces smooth skin textures. This mode cannot be used with bracket photography or when shooting movies. / *1 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. / *1 Pale&Light Color Expresses a comfortable floating feeling by making an image more pale and light. Light Tone Creates a high-quality image by softening both shadows and highlights. / *1 Grainy Film Expresses the strength and roughness of black and white. / / *1 Pin Hole Expresses the tunnel effect like that obtained from an old fashioned camera or a toy camera by reducing the peripheral brightness. / *1 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. / *1 Cross Process Creates an image that expresses a surreal atmosphere. Gentle Sepia Creates a high-quality image by drawing out shadows and softening the overall image. / *1 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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36 EN Picture Mode Sets the processing options. / *1 Key Line Creates an image that emphasizes edges and adds an illustrative style. / *1 Watercolor Creates a soft, bright image by removing dark areas, blending pale colors on a white canvas, and further softening contours. / / *1 Vintage Expresses an everyday shot in a nostalgic, vintage tone using printed film discoloration and fading. / / *1 Partial Color Impressively expresses a subject by extracting colors you want to emphasize and keeping everything else monotone. Press the INFO button and then use the control dial to choose a color. • When [ART] is selected for picture mode, [Color Space] (P. 66) will be locked at [sRGB]. *1 II and III are altered versions of the original (I). ISO sensitivity Sets the ISO sensitivity. l ISO Auto The camera automatically sets the sensitivity with priority on image quality. Q to R Value Set a smaller value to reduce noise in the picture, or a larger value to reduce blur. 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. N Shadow Suitable for shots taken in the shade on sunny days. 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. Z Underwater Suitable for underwater shooting. WB Flash Suitable for flash photography.
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37 EN White balance Sets an appropriate color scheme for the light of the shooting scene. P One Touch 1 Suitable for situations such as: the other options do not produce the desired colors, you are unsure as to the type of light source, or the subject is lit by multiple different sources. 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 INFO button to set the white balance. For how to register one touch white balance, see “Registering one touch white balance” (P. 37). Q One Touch 2 W One Touch 3 X One Touch 4 to Custom white balance Press the INFO button, then highlight a color temperature using FG (arrow pad) and press the A button. Choose from color temperatures of from 2000 to 14000K. Registering one touch white balance Select an option of from [P One Touch 1] to [X One Touch 4], then aim the camera at a white piece of paper or a similar subject and press the INFO button followed by the shutter button. • The shutter will be released and you will be asked if you wish to keep the new value. Select [Yes] to keep the new value. Any previously-saved value will be replaced. • 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. AF mode Focusing method AF AF The camera focuses automatically when the shutter button is pressed halfway. You can choose the focus area in the shooting menu. • The camera adjusts focus continuously during movie recording. MF MF Use FG (arrow pad) or the control dial to focus manually on a subject anywhere in the frame. Manual focus can be enabled by pressing and holding the A button during shooting.
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38 EN Aspect Sets the horizontal-to-vertical ratio of images. u 4:3 Change the horizontal-to-vertical ratio when taking pictures. v 16:9 w 3:2 x 1:1 3:4 Image quality (still images)*1 Image quality options (photos) P RAW Choose an image quality for photographs. Choose from JPEG and RAW *2 *3 . Select JPEG+RAW *4 to record each photograph twice, once in JPEG and once in RAW format. JPEG offers a choice of sizes (L, M, and S) and compression ratios (SF, F, N, and B). • Image quality affects the number of pictures thatcanbestoredonthememorycard(P.102). YF [L] F YN [L] N XN [M] N WN [S] N YF+RAW [L] F+RAW YN+RAW [L] N+RAW XN+RAW [M] N+RAW WN+RAW [S] N+RAW *1 Only the default options are listed. To select options other than YF [L] F, YN [L] N, XN [M] N, and WN [S] N, use [K Set] (P. 65) in Custom Menu E. *2 RAW: This format (extension “.ORF”) stores unprocessed image data for later processing. Using OLYMPUS Viewer 3 (P. 90), you can adjust settings such as exposure compensation and white balance or apply art filters. Be sure to use the latest version of OLYMPUS Viewer 3. General-purpose imaging software can not be used to view, edit, or print RAW images. *3 Not available with [_], [o], [p], [n], [e], [d], [H], and [E]. *4 The individual JPEG and RAW files recorded each time a photo is taken at a setting of JPEG+RAW can not be deleted separately. Deleting one automatically deletes the other (if you delete the JPEG copy on a computer and then copy the RAW image back to the camera, you will be able to edit the image (P. 12) but not select it for printing (P. 86)).
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39 EN Record mode (movies) Image quality options (movies) [Standard] is selected for A Choose the desired combination of frame size, bit rate, and frame rate. Bit rate and frame rate can be adjusted from the video menu (P. 55). 1 2 3 1 Frame size FHD : 1920×1080 HD : 1280×720 4K : 3840×2160 2 Bit rate (compression ratio) SF, S, F, N 3 Frame rate 30p (60p), 25p (50p) 1920×1080 Super Fine 60p 1920×1080 Super Fine 50p 1920×1080 Super Fine 30p 1920×1080 Super Fine 25p 1280×720 Super Fine 30p 1280×720 Super Fine 25p 1920×1080 Fine 60p 1920×1080 Fine 50p 1920×1080 Fine 30p 1920×1080 Fine 25p 1280×720 Fine 30p 1280×720 Fine 25p 1920×1080 Normal 60p 1920×1080 Normal 50p 1920×1080 Normal 30p 1920×1080 Normal 25p 1280×720 Normal 30p 1280×720 Normal 25p [4K] is selected for A*1 3840×2160 30p 3840×2160 25p *1 The bit rate can not be changed.
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40 EN Record mode (movies) Image quality options (movies) [High-speed] is selected for A*2 1 1 Frame size FHD : 1920×1080 HD : 1280×720 SD : 640×360 1920×1080 HighSpeed 120fps 1280×720 HighSpeed 240fps 640×360 HighSpeed 480fps *2 The frame rate and bit rate can not be changed. Image stabilizer (still images) Image stabilization options (photos) OFF OFF Turn photo image stabilization on or off. ON ON Image stabilizer (movies) Image stabilization options (movies) OFF OFF Turn movie image stabilization on or off. ON ON*1 *1 Defaults to [OFF] when [High-speed] is selected as the A sub-mode.
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41 EN Flash Sets the flash firing method. _ Flash Auto The flash fires automatically in low-light or backlight conditions. # Fill In The flash fires regardless of the available light. Redeye Pre-flashes are emitted to reduce the occurrence of red eye in your photos. $ Flash Off The flash does not fire. Red-Eye Slow Combines slow sync with red-eye reduction. #SLOW SLOW Slow shutter speeds are used to brighten dimly-lit backgrounds. Manual Control flash output manually. If you highlight “Manual” and press the INFO button before pressing the A button, you can adjust flash output using FGHI (arrow pad) or the control dial. #RC Remote Control The dedicated underwater strobe or the Olympus wireless RC flash is used to take pictures. For details, see “Taking pictures with the Olympus Wireless RC Flash System” (P. 105). q LED On The LED turns on when a picture is taken. This is effective for taking close up pictures. Flash Compensation Compensates the flash brightness (amount of flash) adjusted by the camera. #–2.0 to #+2.0 Value Adjust flash output. Flash brightness can be reduced by selecting negative values (the lower the value, the dimmer the flash) or increased by selecting positive values (the higher the value, the brighter the flash). • Not available in B mode, when [_ Underwater HDR] is selected in ^ mode, or in O mode.
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42 EN 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. T Sequential High Hold the shutter-release button all the way down to take a series of photographs. • To choose a frame advance rate, highlight [Sequential High] and press the INFO button before you press the A button. Choose from frame advance rates of approximately 10 frames per second (10 fps) or 20 frames per second (20 fps). Use FGHI (arrow pad) or the control dial to highlight a frame advance rate and press the A button to select. S Sequential Low Pictures will be taken at about 5 fps while the shutter button is pressed al the way down. Y12 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. Y2 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 “the time from pressing the shutter button until the picture is taken, the number of frames, and the interval time” which you set. J Pro Capture Sequential shooting begins when you press the shutter button halfway. Press the shutter button all the way down to begin recording captured images to the card, including those for a halfway press. g “Pro Capture” (P. 31) Metering mode Metered area 5 Spot Shoots the subject at the center during backlighting (Meters the brightness at the center of the screen). p ESP Shoots to obtain a balanced brightness over the entire screen (Meters the brightness at the center and surrounding areas of the screen separately). When set to [ESP], the center may appear dark when shooting against strong backlighting.
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43 EN Face priority Focus/exposure ON Face Priority On When [Face Priority On] is selected, the camera will automatically detect and adjust focus and exposure for the faces of portrait subjects. OFF Face Priority Off Accessory Settings for optional accessories OFF Accessory Off Select when taking pictures without a conversion lens. PTWC-01 Select depending on designated optional conversion lenses. FCON-T01 TCON-T01 FD-1 FD-1 Settings are optimized for flash photography with the FD-1 attached.
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44 EN Recording and using logs (LOG mode) While the LOG switch is in the LOG position, the camera will log GPS and other sensor data (P. 78). Logs can be downloaded for use with the OLYMPUS Image Track (OI.Track) smartphone app. Recording and saving logs Rotate the LOG switch to LOG. • Logging will start. The indicator lamp will blink while logging is in progress. • Data acquisition and logging will end automatically when the battery runs low. Rotate the LOG switch to OFF to save the log. • In LOG mode, the camera draws on the battery continuously to acquire location data. • No data can be added to the log once the memory allocated to temporary log storage is full, in which case you will need to rotate the LOG switch to OFF to save the log to the memory card. g “Log recording problems” (P. 95) Saving logs The current log is saved to the card when the LOG switch is rotated to OFF. • A message is displayed in the monitor while the log is being saved. Do not remove the memory card until the message has cleared from the display. Removing the memory card while the log is being saved could cause loss of the log file or camera or memory card malfunction. • The camera may not begin saving the log to the memory card when the LOG switch is rotated to OFF if, for example, wireless data transfer is in progress or the memory card is full or write-protected, in which case you should terminate wireless data transfer, delete unwanted data from the card, or otherwise enable the log to be saved. Do not remove the battery from the camera until the log has been saved. • The log will not be saved if no memory card is inserted. • Each card can store up to 199 log files. An error message will be displayed when the log file count approaches this number (P. 93). Should this occur, insert another card or delete log files after copying them to a computer. • Log files are recorded to the “GPSLOG” and “SNSLOG” folders on the card (P. 101).
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45 EN Using buffered and saved logs To access logs stored in the camera’s temporary buffer or saved to the card, launch the OLYMPUS Image Track (OI.Track) smartphone app and connect to the smartphone using the camera wireless LAN function (P. 73). Things you can do with the specified app, OLYMPUS Image Track (OI.Track) • Viewing the current log and images The current log and images can be viewed on the smartphone. • Downloading the current log and images The current log and images can be copied to and browsed on the smartphone. • Viewing tracks Logs stored on the card can be copied to the smartphone and viewed as tracks. • Linking images to a log Images shot while log recording was enabled can be linked to the log for viewing or file management. • OI.Track can be used to update GPS assist data (P. 79). For details, visit the address below: http://app.olympus-imaging.com/oitrack/
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46 EN Location data/LED Illuminator Viewing location data Pressing the INFO button when the camera is off displays location data in the monitor. • The accuracy of the data displayed varies with weather conditions and the like. Use as a rough guide only. Location data displays 12:34 LOG 39°12’30” N W 145°23’59” N 270 90 240 6 0 2 1 0 3 0 180 0 1 5 0 3 3 0 1 2 0 300 S N W S E W E S W N E 240 255 W 285 300 270.0° -3 1 2 3 4 7 8 5 6 9 1023 hPa 1227 m No. Name 1 Time 2 Log recording in progress 3 Direction information 4 Temperature (water temperature) 5 Atmospheric pressure 6 Altitude (depth) 7 GPS icon 8 Latitude 9 Longitude Latitude and longitude If the GPS icon blinks or is not displayed, the camera is unable to determine the current position. GPS and other data displays These displays are not intended for applications that require a high degree of precision, and the accuracy of the data (latitude and longitude, heading, depth, temperature, and the like) they provide is not guaranteed. The accuracy of these displays may be also affected by factors not under the control of the manufacturer.
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47 EN Using the LED Illuminator Press and hold the INFO button down until the LED illuminator lights up. The illuminator will light even if the camera is off. LED illuminator If the Camera Is On The LED illuminator will remain lit for up to around 90 seconds while camera controls are in use, or up to 30 seconds if no operations are performed. If the Camera Is Off The LED illuminator will remain lit for up to around 30 seconds, whether or not you attempt to operate camera controls. • The LED illuminator turns off automatically if you: • press the n button, • use the LOG switch, • display the menus, • connect or disconnect a USB cable, or • connect to a Wi-Fi network. • Location data can be displayed by pressing the INFO button (P. 46) even when the LED illuminator is lit. To turn the LED illuminator off Press and hold the INFO button down until the LED illuminator turns off.
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48 EN Using the menus Menu List 2 1 1 Shooting Menu 1 Reset/Assign Custom Modes Picture Mode AF Area AF Illuminator Off I Back Set 2 5 3 4 1 6 1 p Shooting Menu 1 (P. 52) Reset/Assign Custom Modes Picture Mode AF Area AF Illuminator 2 q Shooting Menu 2 (P. 54) 3 A Video Menu (P. 55) Intrvl. Sh./Time Lapse Focus BKT Movie R Recording Volume Video Frame Rate Video Bit Rate 4 q Playback Menu (P. 56) L y Edit Print Order (P. 86) Reset Protect Connection to Smartphone 5 H Custom Menu (P. 61) A. MF MF Assist B1. Disp/8/PC G/Info Settings Live View Boost Flicker reduction Displayed Grid Peaking Color B2. Disp/8/PC 8 HDMI C. Exp/ISO Exposure Shift ISO-Auto Set Noise Filter Noise Reduct.
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49 EN 5 H Custom Menu (P. 61) D. # Custom w+F #+WB E. K/WB/Color K Set WB W Keep Warm Color Color Space F. Record File Name Edit Filename Copyright Settings G. Field Sensor Elevation / Depth Record GPS location GPS Priority H. K Utility Pixel Mapping Level Adjust Sleep Eye-Fi Certification 6 d Setup Menu (P. 70) Card Setup X Settings W s Rec View Wi-Fi Settings
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50 EN Using the menus Press the  button during shooting or playback to display the menu. The menu provides access to a variety of camera settings, such as shooting and playback functions, time and date settings, and display options. Some features may be unavailable depending on the shooting mode and camera settings. g “List of settings available in each shooting mode” (P. 111) 1 Press the  button to display the menus. • A guide is displayed in 2 seconds after you select an option. • Press the INFO button to view or hide guides. 2 1 1 Shooting Menu 1 AF Illuminator Off I Back Set Reset/Assign Custom Modes Picture Mode AF Area Preliminary and basic shooting options. Operation guide Guide Press the  button to go back one screen Press the A button to confirm the setting 2 Use FG (arrow pad) to select the desired page tab and press I. 2 1 Shooting Menu 1 Reset/Assign Custom Modes Picture Mode AF Area AF Illuminator Off I Back Set Reset/Assign Custom Modes Page tab 2 1 Shooting Menu 1 Reset/Assign Custom Modes Picture Mode AF Area AF Illuminator Off I Back Set Reset/Assign Custom Modes Submenu 1 • The menu group tab appears when the Custom Menu is selected. Use FG to select the menu group and press the A button. 2 1 A. MF MF Assist A B1 B2 C D E F G Back Set A Menu group

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