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DIGITAL CAMERA/APPAREIL PHOTO NUMÉRIQUE
C-700 Ultra Zoom
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 software CD’s instructions on CD-ROM.
MANUEL DE BASE
Avant d’utiliser votre appareil photo, veuille
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 Canada This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference- Causing Equipment Regulations. For customers in Europe “CE” mark indicates that this product complies with the European requirements for safety, he
CONTENTS/TABLE DES MATIÉ/INHALT/CONTENIDO ENGLISH ............................................................................................................2 FRANÇAIS........................................................................................................44 DEUTSCH ........................................................................................................86 ESPAÑOL ......................................................................................................
NAME OF PARTS — Camera Zoom lever (T/W ) Index display/Close-up playback lever ( / ) Shutter button Microphone Flash switch ( ) Mode dial ( , A/S/M, P, , , , AUTO, ) DRIVE button Erase button ( ) Macro/Spot button ( ) Print button ( ) Diopter adjustment dial Flash mode button ( ) Protect button ( ) Viewfinder Card access lamp POWER switch AE lock button Custom button Arrow pad () Rotation button Monitor () OK/Menu button (OK/ ) Monitor button Manual focus button 4
Flash Self-timer lamp Card cover Lens 5-pin external flash socket ( ) ● Unscrew to remove the cover before connecting the bracket cable. DC-IN jack Strap eyelet Connector cover (refer to the “Package contents” included in A/V OUT jack (MONO) the package) USB connector Battery compartment lock Battery Tripod socket compartment cover 5
NAME OF PARTS — Viewfinder/Monitor indications (Shooting information) INFO setting on the Menu allows you to select how much information to display. The indications vary depending on the shooting mode. Note: The illustrations show examples of indications displayed when the shooting mode is set to P. 9 12 3 4 ^ 0 & ! @ 5 * SLOW1 ( # 6 $ 8 7 % When INFO is set to OFF: Displayed When INFO is set to ON: constantly in the shooting mode. (After Displayed constantly in the shooting closing the Menu, t
6 Number of storable still pictures ● Displays the number of still pictures you can shoot. Seconds remaining ( mode only) ● Displays available movie recording time (press Shutter button all the way to record). Note: ●When there is insufficient space remaining, the camera beeps and CARD FULL appears. If this happens, replace the card with a new/storable card or erase unwanted pictures in the existing card to make space. ● The number of storable pictures may not be reduced every time a picture is
NAME OF PARTS — Viewfinder/Monitor indications (Shooting information) (Cont.) 9 ^ 0 & ! @ * SLOW1 ( # $ % 0 Exposure lock AEL / MEMO AEL : AE lock ●The exposure is locked until single-frame shooting is performed. After you shoot, the indication disappears. MEMO : AE memory ● The exposure is locked and retained in memory even after shooting. ! Drive mode ● Displayed when the drive mode is selected by pressing the DRIVE button. No indication: Single-frame shooting, : Sequential shoot
& Flash stand-by ● The flash fires when lights by pressing the Shutter button halfway. Camera shake warning ●Blinks if camera shakes occurs because the subject is dark, the shutter speed is too low, and the flash is closed. Flash charge ●The flash is charging if blinks just after the flash is raised or after flash shooting. Wait until stops blinking, then press the Shutter button. * Flash mode ● Displayed when the flash mode is selected by pressing the (flash mode) button. No indication: Auto-fl
NAME OF PARTS — Viewfinder/Monitor indications (Playback information) INFO setting on the Menu allows you to select how much information to display. Still picture playback information Movie playback information 12345 1&45 x10 HQ 6 8 7 7 9 ’01.12.23. 21:56 6453 6453 When INFO is set to OFF When INFO is set to OFF x10 HQ HQ 6 0 SIZE: 1600x1200 SIZE: 320x240 0 ! F2.0 1/800 +2.0 # @ $ $ 9 ISO400 % ’01.12.23 21:56 ’01.12.23 21:56 8 FILE: 123–3456 ^ FILE: 123–3456 ^ When INFO is set to ON When INF
HOW TO USE THIS BASIC MANUAL The instructions in this manual use a series of numbers for each operating procedure and button/dial illustration. Operate the camera in the order of these numbers. Ñ, ñ, É and í used in Ñ instructions correspond to the buttons on the Arrow pad as shown. í É Set the Mode dial to the ñ position shown in the illustration. In this example, If a button turns black, this means you should press it you would set AUTO. as part of the step. Means “Press this button”. The but
QUICK-START GUIDE Loading the batteries Load the batteries as shown below: ● CR-V3 lithium battery packs cannot be charged. 4 1 2 3 Make sure the camera is off. 5 When using 6 lithium battery packs 8 7 Service life of lithium battery pack * These figures are for reference only and Number of photos Approx. 150 frames* not guaranteed. Tests based on conditions set by Olympus. Display time Approx. 420 minutes* Using the AC power adapter (optional) Use an AC adapter designed for the area where t
Power on/off Press the tabs on the lens cap to remove it. 1 Press the Power switch to turn on the camera. 2 ●The lens moves out when the Mode dial is not Lens cap set to . ● The Viewfinder turns on. ●To turn off the camera, press the Power switch again. ●If the card cover is open, the camera cannot be turned on. Power switch Sleep mode To save battery power, if the camera is not operated for over 1 minute, the camera automatically enters the Sleep mode and the Viewfinder turns off. You can set
QUICK-START GUIDE (Cont.) Date/time setting Select . 1 2 3 CARD SETUP When is selected in green on the screen, Press í to move to 4 5 press Ññ to select the date format. the year (Y) setting. ● Select any one of the following formats: DMY (Day/Month/Year) MDY (Month/Day/Year) YMD (Year/Month/Day) SELECT SET GO screen 6 7 Changes the setting. SELECT SET GO Moves to other settings. screen The current settings stay the same even when the power is turned off, unless they are readjusted. Note: ● The
Taking still pictures Set the Mode dial to Press the POWER Point the camera 1 2 3 any position except switch to turn on the towards the subject or . camera. The lens locks and compose the into place and the picture. viewfinder turns on. Gently and slowly press the Shutter button. The 4 AF confirmation mark lights. This state means that the Shutter button is pressed halfway. The focus and exposure are locked. At this moment, do not release the Shutter button. Press the Shutter button all the way
QUICK-START GUIDE (Cont.) Using the flash (Auto-flash) 1 Press the (flash) switch to raise the flash. 2 Press the Shutter button halfway. The flash fires automatically in low-light conditions. The flash is charging when blinks. Wait until stops blinking, then press the Shutter button. 3 Press the Shutter button all the way. The flash fires. ●If you do not want to use the flash or if the camera is turned off, close the flash manually. Note: ●Recorded pictures will be saved in the card regardles
Recording movies Point the camera towards the subject and 1 2 compose the picture. Gently and slowly press the Shutter button. The AF 3 confirmation mark lights. This state means that the Shutter button is pressed halfway. The focus and exposure are locked. At this moment, do not release the Shutter button. Press the Shutter button all the way 4 During movie recording, the indicator from the position pressed halfway. lights in red. This state means that the Shutter button is pressed fully. Reco
QUICK-START GUIDE (Cont.) Viewing movies It is possible to shift quickly from Select a picture with mark using 1 2 the shooting mode to the playback the Arrow pad. mode by pressing the (monitor) button. Press the (monitor) button twice quickly. Press to display Menu. Press Ñ on the Arrow pad to select 3 4 MOVIE PLAY. The card access lamp blinks and movies are read out to the camera. Press Ññ to select MOVIE Press . Playback starts. When 5 6 PLAYBACK on the MOVIE PLAY playback finishes, the scree
Single frame erase Set the Mode dial to . Select a Press the (Erase) button. The 1 2 picture you wish to erase using the ERASE screen asking you to Arrow pad. Cancel the Protect confirm the erasure will appear. setting if it is on. Press Ñ to select YES. Press to erase the picture. 3 4 Canceling single frame erasure: Press ñ to select NO, then press or the button. All-frame erase Set the Mode dial to . Press to display Menu. Select 1 2 MODE MENU — CARD — CARD SETUP — ALL ERASE using the Arrow
BUTTON FUNCTIONS Mode dial Full-auto shooting Allows you to take still pictures using NO special functions or manual adjustments. The camera sets optimal focusing and exposure, suitable for simple shooting. Program shooting Allows you to take still pictures. Aperture and shutter speed are set automatically by the camera. Other functions can be adjusted manually. Portrait shooting Suitable for shooting a portrait-style shot of a person. This mode features an in-focus subject against a blurred bac
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