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DIGITAL CAMERA/APPAREIL PHOTO NUMÉRIQUE
Before using your camera, read this manual carefully to ensure correct use.
We recommend that you take test shots to get accustomed to your camera
before taking important photographs.
These instructions are only for quick reference. For more details on the
functions described here, refer to the camera reference manual on the CD-
ROM included with the camera.
MANUEL DE BASE
Avant d’utiliser votre
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. For customers in Europe “CE” mark indicates that this product complies with the European requirements for safety, health, environment and customer protection. “CE” mark cameras are intended for sales in Europe. For customers in North and South America For
CONTENTS/TABLE DES MATIÉ/INHALT/CONTENIDO ENGLISH ..............................................................................2 FRANÇAIS ........................................................................46 DEUTSCH ..........................................................................90 ESPAÑOL ........................................................................134 CONTENTS NAMES OF PARTS 4 HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL 14 GETTING STARTED 15 SHOOTING BASICS 19 ADVANCED SHOOTING 33 PLAYBA
NAMES OF PARTS Camera Zoom lever (T/W) Index display/Close-up playback lever ( / ) Control panel Shutter button Self-timer lamp Flash Strap eyelet Lens Diopter adjustment dial DC-IN jack Connector cover Card cover USB connector 4 ENGLISH
Macro/Spot button ( ) Print button ( ) Erase button ( ) Mode dial Flash mode button ( ) (S-Prg, A/S/M/ , P, OFF, ) Viewfinder Arrow pad (ÑñÉí) Monitor OK/Menu button Manual focus button () AE lock button (AEL) Monitor button Custom button ( ) () Protect button ( ) Card access lamp Battery compartment lock Battery compartment cover Tripod socket 5 ENGLISH
NAMES OF PARTS Viewfinder indications 1 2 3 1 Orange lamp ● In some situations, this lamp lights up when you press the shutter button halfway. This indicates that the flash will fire when the picture is taken. ● Lights when you start movie recording and remains lit while movie recording is in progress. ● Blinks if the flash is required for a particular shot and the flash is turned off. ● If this lamp blinks just after you change from the flash override mode to another mode or after you shoot wit
Control panel indications 134 2 5 6 0 7 ! 8 @ 9 # $% ^ 1 Flash mode ● Displayed when the flash mode is selected by pressing the (flash mode) button. No indication: Auto-flash, : Red-eye reduction flash, : Fill-in flash, SLOW: Slow synchronization flash, : Off (flash override) 2 Manual Focus ● Displayed when locking focus using the Manual focus function. 3 Flash intensity control ● Displayed when the amount of the light emitted by the flash is adjusted. 4 Battery check ● When remaining battery po
NAMES OF PARTS Control panel indications (Cont.) 134 2 5 6 0 7 ! 8 @ 9 # $% ^ 7 ISO ● Displayed when the ISO is set to any mode except AUTO. 8 Exposure compensation ● Displayed when exposure compensation is set to any value except 0. 9 Auto-bracket ● Displayed when the drive mode is set to the Auto-bracket mode. 0 Macro mode ● Displayed when the macro mode is engaged. ! Spot metering mode ● Displayed when the Spot metering mode is set. @ Sequential shooting ● Displayed when the drive mode is set
Monitor indications — Shooting information The indications vary depending on the shooting mode. The information below is displayed for about 3 seconds after operating The information below is always the buttons/mode dial or closing the displayed in the shooting mode. menus. AEL AEL SLOW1 HQMF HQMF * These illustrations show examples of indications displayed when the mode dial is set to P. 1 Shooting mode ● Displays the shooting mode. S-Prg: Scene program mode ( : Portrait mode, : Sports mode, :
NAMES OF PARTS Monitor indications — Shooting information (Cont.) AEL HQMF MEMO : AE memory ● The exposure is locked and retained in memory even after shooting. This indicator is displayed until the AE memory is turned off. 6 AF target mark ● Place this on the subject in order to focus on it. 7 Record mode (TIFF, SHQ, HQ, SQ) ● Displays the record mode that was selected on the menus. 8 Manual Focus ● Displayed when locking focus using the Manual focus function. 9 Number of storable still picture
AEL SLOW1 HQMF ! Drive mode ● Displayed when the drive mode is set on the menus. : Single-frame shooting, : Sequential shooting, : AF Sequential shooting, : Self-timer shooting, BKT : Auto-bracket @ Spot metering/Macro mode ● Displayed when the Spot metering/Macro mode is selected by pressing the (Macro/Spot) button. No indication: Digital ESP (factory default setting), : Spot metering, : Macro, : Spot metering+Macro # White balance ● Displayed when WB is set on the menus. No indication: AUTO,
NAMES OF PARTS Monitor indications — Playback information INFO setting on the Menu allows you to select how much information to display on the menu. Still picture playback information x10 x10 HQ HQ SIZE: 2048x1536 F2.8 1/800 +2.0 ISO400 ’01.12.23 21:56 ’01.12.23. 21:56 0020 FILE: 123–0020 When INFO is set to OFF When INFO is set to ON 1 Battery check 7 Time ● The battery check indication 8 Date changes as follows: ● The year 2001 is displayed as ’01. 9 Number of pixels Fully charged Low power
Movie playback information HQ SIZE: 320x240 ’01.12.23 21:56 0020 FILE: 123–0020 When INFO is set to ON When INFO is set to OFF 1 Battery check 6 Record mode 2 Movie mark 7 Number of pixels 3 Protect 8 Time ● Displayed when the picture is 9 File number/Frame number protected. ● During movie playback, the 4 Frame number recording time appears as follows: 5 Date ● The year 2001 is displayed as 0” / 15” ’01. Playing time Total recording time ● The indications that appear on a movie picture that has
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL The instructions in this manual use a series of numbers for each operating procedure and button/dial illustration. Follow these numbers in order when operating the camera. Set the mode dial to the position shown in the illustration. In this example, you would set the dial to P. or Means “Press this button”. If a button is shown in black, press it as part of the step. Ñ, ñ, É andí used in instructions correspond to Ñ the buttons on the arrow pad as shown. É í ñ Set the fun
GETTING STARTED Loading the batteries Load the batteries as shown below: 1 4 2 3 5 6 When using CR-V3 8 (Olympus LB-01) 7 lithium battery packs When using AA (R6) batteries ● CR-V3 (Olympus LB-01) lithium battery packs cannot be charged. Using the AC power adapter (optional) Use an AC adapter designed for the area where the camera is used. Consult your nearest Olympus dealer or Service center for details. 15 ENGLISH
GETTING STARTED (Cont.) Inserting/ejecting the SmartMedia card Be sure to use a 3V (3.3 V) card. Non-Olympus 3 V (3.3 V) cards must be formatted with the camera. Do not use a 5 V card or a 2 MB card. Make sure the camera is turned off (i.e. the mode 1 dial is set to OFF). Open the Card cover. 2 Inserting a SmartMedia removable 3 memory card Insert the card fully with the contact area facing towards the monitor side (back of the camera). Push the card down firmly, being careful not to bend it. Th
Power on/off Press the tabs on the lens cap to remove it. 1 Set the mode dial to S-Prg, P, A/S/M/ or . 2 ● The camera turns on. ● The lens does not extend when the mode dial is set to . Set the mode dial to OFF. 3 ● The camera turns off. Date/time setting Press í on the arrow pad to 1 2 3 select MODE MENU. DRIVE MODE MENU WB Press ñ to select SETUP, then Press Ññ to select , then 4 5 press í. press í. ● The items in the SETUP menu ●The screen appears. appear. ALL RESET ON ON ’01.01.01 LOW LOW 0
GETTING STARTED (Cont.) When is selected in green on 6 the screen, press Ññ to select the date format. ● Select any one of the following formats: D-M-Y (Day/Month/Year) M-D-Y (Month/Day/Year) SELECT SET GO Y-M-D (Year/Month/Day) screen ● This step and the following steps show the procedure used when the date and time settings are set to Y-M-D. Press í to move to the year (Y) setting. 7 Press Ññ to set the year. When the year is set, press í to move to 8 the month (M) setting. ● Repeat this proce
Adjusting the diopter Turn the diopter adjustment dial until you see the AF target mark clearly. Viewfinder Diopter adjustment dial AF target mark SHOOTING BASICS Shooting mode setting — Mode dial Scene program shooting Allows you to shoot pictures by simply selecting an appropriate shooting mode from the five program shooting modes ( Portrait, Sports, Landscape-Portrait, Night-scene and Movie modes) depending on the shooting condition. Program shooting The camera sets aperture and shutter spee
SHOOTING BASICS (Cont.) Using the menus When displaying menus, the first screen that appears on the monitor is called the top menu. The contents of this menu change depending on the position of the mode dial (see the diagram below). On the top menu, two types of menus are available: MODE MENU and the other menus (shortcut menus). Shortcut menu ß P mode top menu Shortcut menus are the menus other than MODE MENU on the top menu. These can be replaced with your DRIVE favorite items, but only when t
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