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Welcome Congratulations on your purchase of a Tetra 5060 digital still housing. Please inspect the packaging of your product to verify that there was no damage during shipping. If you are not familiar with your camera’s features, please take time to become familiar with the camera before you proceed in this manual.This manual assumes you have a working knowledge of your camera and will only cover operational procedures relative to the Tetra housing. Periodically refer to the website for instruct
Table of Contents Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 First Time Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Olympus 5060 Camera Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Installing the Olympus 5060 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Getting Started Illustrated below are the locations of Tetra’s features, ports, and functions.Take time to familiarize yourself with the housing. Mode Dial / ON/OFF Switch Shutter Button / Zoom Lever Control Dial ROC Status LED Rotary Latches Write Status LED ROC Buttons 5
First Time Use All Light & Motion housings are pressure tested to 300 feet prior to shipping. However, there could be unseen damage from shipping. A test dive without the camera in the housing is highly recommended. After the initial dive with just the housing, make the following checks. 1. Dry off housing exterior. 2. Remove the Rear Plate and visually inspect for moisture. 3. Reach inside the housing and trace a finger around mating surfaces. 4. If any water is detected, contact your housing r
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Tetra 5060 Controls Top Housing Controls Shutter-Release Button: Presses the camera’s shutter-release button. Press the button half way for the camera to auto-focus, press completely down when you’re ready to take a picture (Refer fig. 7). Zoom Lever: Zooms the camera’s lens to telephoto or wide-angle (Refer fig. 7). Mode Dial:Accesses the camera’s Mode Dial (Refer fig. 8). Flower button:Accesses the camera’s AF Macro Mode (Refer fig. 9) Rear Plate Controls ROC button:Activates ROC and toggles
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Installing Bulkheads 1. Remove bulkhead cap by inserting a coin into the slot in the cap and turning counter- clock wise (Refer fig. 13). 2. Check the O-ring and sealing surface of new bulkhead. 3. Insert the wires of the new bulkhead through the opening of the Tetra (Refer fig. 14). 4. Seat the bulkhead onto the housing and turn clockwise to hand tighten. 5. Tighten the bulkhead with a 3/4” wrench. 6. Connect the bulkhead wire plug, now on the inside of the Tetra, to the white connector on the
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Attaching Strobe Arm Mounts Identify all the parts in the strobe arm mount accessory kit. It should contain:Two base mounts, two hex keys, two small O-rings and two green tipped set screws. For visual identification of kit refer to fig. 19. 1) Remove the Rear Plate. 2) Remove the two upper shoulder screws from the housing using the larger supplied hex key. 3) Place the small supplied o-ring onto each shoulder screw (Refer fig. 20). 4) Place the strobe arm mount labeled “L” onto the upper left a
(Fig. 19) (Fig. 20) (Fig. 21) (Fig. 22) F = Ikelite 400 – = Ikelite 200 -1 = Ikelite DS-125 – = Ikelite 100 -2 = Ikelite DS-50 – = Ikelite 50 -3 = Nikonos SB-105 / SB-103 – = Nikonos SB-104 -4 = Sea & Sea YS-350/300 -5 = Sea & Sea YS-120 -6 = Sea & Sea YS-90DX/90/60/50 -7 = Sea & Sea YS-30 (Fig. 23) (Fig. 24) 13
Shooting the Tetra 5060 ROC Defined ROC is a revolutionary new strobe controller that is built into the Tetra 5060 housing. ROC enables the photographer to shoot in Digital TTL and Manual exposure modes. Both modes are accessed and strobe power levels controlled through the LED panel located on the back of the Tetra 5060 (Refer fig 23). Programming ROC ROC only functions successfully by programming the type of strobe(s) being used. Program ROC prior to diving. Once ROC is programmed it will nev
If ROC is in stand-by mode and the shutter button is pressed, ROC will process the shutter command and return to the active status. ROC will turn off after 30 minutes of inactivity.You must press the ROC button to turn ROC on again. Using ROC for manual strobe control 1. Turn strobe(s) on and in the TTL position.Turn the camera’s flash off. 2. Press the ROC button to turn on ROC and press again to switch ROC to Manual mode from TTL.When in Manual mode, status LED is off. 3. Press the + button t
Shooting Techniques Digital cameras have many features and controls that initially seem overwhelming. The controls listed below are the most commonly accessed with the Tetra. It is recommended to familiarize yourself with these controls first and understand how they assist you with digital underwater photography. Zoom Lever (Refer fig 25): Use the lever to optically increase or decrease the distance from your subject. For most subjects zoom wide when shooting wide-angle and zoom in when shooting
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Replacing ROC Housing battery ROC will indicate a low battery status by flashing a slow red Status LED. 1. Replacement battery type is CR2450 and can be found at most camera stores. 2. When installing the battery follow the + and - battery orientation on the circuit board. ROC will retain the most recent strobe profile programmed even when the battery has been removed (Refer fig 31). Moisture Alarm The Tetra 5060’s moisture alarm gives a visual indication that water has been detected inside of t
Attaching a focus light Why use a focus light? Night diving , wreck diving, cave exploration or heavy kelp canopies are diving scenarios where ambient light is not available to help cameras auto focus. The Olympus 5060 auto focus system depends on identifying subject contrast.Without a strong light source illuminating your subject, the camera may fail to focus properly or not focus at all. There are two type of focus lights available for the Tetra 5060. Classic Focus Light The Classic Focus Ligh
Installing Classic Light (Optional) Attach the battery pod to the bracket. 1) Slide the raised pod detail through the T shaped channel of the bracket. 2) Tighten the two set screws using the supplied allen key. Mounting the bracket to the Tetra. 1) Remove the black nylon tips from the bracket using a phillips head screw driver. 2) Loosely center the bracket on the bottom of the Tetra. 3) Orient the long slot of the bracket over the tripod mount of the Tetra. 4) Place the split washer onto the sc
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