Olympus CAMEDIA C-2000 user manual

User manual for the device Olympus CAMEDIA C-2000

Device: Olympus CAMEDIA C-2000
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Date of adding : 2013-11-25 15:24:55
Number of pages: 17
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Digital Stills Camera

User Guide

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Contents Basic operation Switch on…………………3 Shooting modes…………..3 Viewfinder………………..4 Zooming…………………..4 Taking the picture…………4 Viewing the picture……….5 Deleting a picture…………6 Advanced operation Exposure compensation………………7 Eposure compensation - examples…8 Aperture priority……………………………8 Depth of field – examples…….…….9 Shutter priority………………………….….10 Shutter speeds – examples…..……..11 Flash options Auto………………………12 Forced…………………….12 Anti Redeye………………

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These instructions are for the Olympus C-2000 digital stills camera. Basic Operation Switch on 1. TAKE OFF THE LENS CAP!!!! This must be done before switching on the camera. DAMAGE WILL OCCUR IF THE LENS CAP IS NOT REMOVED WHEN THE CAMERA IS SWITCHED ON. 2. Switch on the camera by pressing the “power” button. 3. The lens will extend and the camera is now ready for use. Shooting Modes There are 3 different shooting modes, they are Programmed (P), Aperture Priori

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Viewfinder You have a choice of viewfinder. You can shoot using the optical viewfinder or the LCD display. Note that using the LCD drastically reduces the battery life. To use the LCD display, first select your shooting mode (P, A or S) then press the LCD on/off switch. The LCD display will now show a Preview; it only shows the actual picture when the shutter release is half pressed. Zooming The lens can be zoomed in and out by moving the zoom lever to “W” for wide angle

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After the picture has been taken, it is saved in the camera’s memory. It is also displayed on the LCD for a few seconds as a confidence check. The memory can hold about 15 shots, dependent on picture content. The LCD on top of the camera displays the number of frames remaining. Viewing Your Pictures You can view your pictures on the LCD 1.Switch to viewing mode. The LCD will switch on itself. 2. Navigate through your pictures using the “left” and “right” arrows on the jog

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5. If you wish to delete any shots, just display on LCD in viewing mode then press the LCD on button. 6. You will then be asked for confirmation; if you are sure then press OK. 7. To turn off the LCD screen you must come out of viewing mode and back to a shooting mode (P, A or S). It is very easy to delete a picture by pressing the LCD on/off button and “OK”. 6

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Advanced Operation There are several options available to you to become more creative in your picture taking. These options include exposure override, aperture control, shutter control, focus and flash. Exposure Compensation This would be used when you know that the meter on the camera could be fooled. An example of this would be when shooting into the sun, or on a brightly lit snowfield. Exposure compensation can be applied to any of the shooting modes (P,A or S). To engage e

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Here are some examples of exposure compensation: -2 0 +2 Aperture Priority (A) This is another shooting mode which gives you more creative control. You would use this to throw a background out of focus whilst keeping the subject sharp (small aperture number). Alternatively you can have the foreground and the background in focus (large aperture number). This mode allows you to control the depth of field. To do this: 1.First select “A” on the mode dial. 2.With

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If there is not enough light to take a picture at your selected setting, the camera will warn you by flashing the settings in red when you half press the shutters. You must select either another mode or aperture setting. Remember: Small “F” number: Small depth of field Large “F” number: Large depth of field Here are some examples of aperture control. Small F number. Small depth of field. Large F number. Large depth of field. 9

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Shutter Priority This is the third shooting mode. It gives you another creative tool as it allows you to vary the time the shutter is open. This has the effect of freezing motion at high shutter speeds and blurring motion at low shutter speeds. If you are hand holding the camera, you must select th 1/60 of a second to avoid camera shake. This needs to be even higher if at the telephoto end of the zoom. To do this. 1. First select “S” on the shooting mode dial. 2. With th

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Here are some examples of different shutter speeds. Slow Shutter speed Fast shutter speed 11

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Flash Options The camera has a built in flash which is controlled by the camera itself. The flash has several modes, but the amount and the duration of the flash are automatic. The modes available are Auto, Forced (fill in), Anti Red Eye and off. The different flash modes are available in each of the shooting modes (P, A and S). All flash modes are selected on the LCD display Auto This mode means that the flash will come on as and when needed. This is the default setting. The

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Flash Off This mode would be used where a flash would be intrusive or dangerous, such as sporting events. To change flash mode: 1. Turn on LCD in any shooting mode ( P, A or S). 2. Press “Menu” , you should now see the menu displayed. 3. Select the second menu item by pressing the “down” arrow on the jog dial. The menu line turns to a blue background on the selected line. 4. The “ left” and “right “ arrows on the jog dial will move the cursor (a green box) along the men

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Forced flash (fill in) Anti Redeye Flash off 6. Once the you are happy, you press “Menu” again to lose the menu. You can then switch off the LCD. You will also get a confirmation symbol on the top control panel. No flash Forced flash No flash 14

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Focus This camera has an automatic focus system. It will focus on whatever is in the crosshairs on the viewfinder. This means that if the subject is not in the centre of the screen, it will not be in focus. To combat this you must first frame up the shot so that the subject is in the crosshairs. Then you must half press the shutter release until the green light is lit. (the orange one lights to tell you the flash is ready). Whilst keeping the shutter half pressed, reframe th

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Macro Mode This mode allows you to shoot an object very close up. You would use this to shoot a flower head for example. To use the macro mode, the subject needs to be between 20cm and 80cm from the lens. Note that at this close range, what you see through the viewfinder is not quite what you get recorded. It is probably best to use the LCD for this type of shooting. To engage macro mode: 1.Turn on LCD in any shooting mode ( P, A or S). 2. Press “Menu” , you should now s

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Miscellaneous If this symbol starts to flash, then the batteries need changing. Please take note of the orientation of the batteries (there is a schematic diagram under the camera). The camera will go into standby mode if not operated for more than 3 minutes. After 4 hours the camera will switch off. You just press the power button to switch back on. All changes to the “modes” of the camera that you make are saved during power off. These include exposure override, flash sett


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