Olympus CAMEDIA C-725 user manual

User manual for the device Olympus CAMEDIA C-725

Device: Olympus CAMEDIA C-725
Size: 9,45 MB
Date of adding : 2013-11-25 15:24:55
Number of pages: 181
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DIGITAL CAMERA
C-725 Ultra Zoom
REFERENCE MANUAL
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CAMERA OPERATION MANUAL
Explanation of digital camera functions and operating instructions.
DIGITAL CAMERA - PC CONNECTION
OPERATION MANUAL
Explanation of how to download images between your digital camera and PC.

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DIGITAL CAMERA C-725 Ultra Zoom REFERENCE MANUAL ● 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 images and illustrations in this manual may differ from their real versions.

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For customers in North and South America For customers in USA Declaration of Conformity Model Number : C-725 Ultra Zoom Trade Name : OLYMPUS Responsible Party : Olympus America Inc. Address : 2 Corporate Center Drive, Melville, New York 11747-3157 U.S.A. Telephone Number : 631-844-5000 Tested To Comply With FCC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interferen

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C Co om mp po os siit tiio on n o of f t th he e m ma an nu ua all C Co om mp po os siit tiio on n o of f t th he e m ma an nu ua all Contents ..........................................................................P. 4 Chapter 1 Getting started P. 19 Chapter 2 Quick-start guide P. 33 Chapter 3 Using the menus P. 38 Chapter 4 Shooting basics P. 45 Chapter 5 Advanced shooting P. 66 Chapter 6 Adjusting image quality and exposure P. 79 Chapter 7 Playback P. 88 Chapter 8 Useful functions P. 105 Ch

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Contents Composition of the manual ............................................................3 Names of parts ............................................................................10 Camera 10 Viewfinder/Monitor indications — Shooting information 12 Viewfinder/Monitor indications — Playback information 14 Still picture playback information 14 Movie playback information 15 Viewfinder/Monitor indications — Memory gauge & battery check 16 Memory gauge 16 Battery check 16 How to us

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Contents Using the menus 38 What are the menus? ............................................................38 How to use the menu ............................................................39 Modes & short cut menus ......................................................41 Tabs & MODE MENU functions (shooting) ..............................42 Tabs & MODE MENU functions (playback) ............................44 Shooting basics 45 Shooting mode setting — Mode dial...............................

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Contents Flash shooting ......................................................................61 Auto-flash 61 Red-eye reduction flash 61 Fill-in flash 61 Flash off 62 Night scene flash & Night scene with red-eye reduction flash 62 Using the flash 63 Flash intensity control 65 Advanced shooting 66 Spot metering — Selecting the metering area ..........................66 AE lock — Locking the exposure..............................................67 Macro mode setting — Taking close-up pictures

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Contents Adjusting image quality and exposure 79 Record mode ........................................................................79 Selecting record modes 79 ISO sensitivity ........................................................................83 Exposure compensation ..........................................................85 White balance ......................................................................86 Sharpness..................................................................

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Contents Useful functions 105 All reset — Saving the camera’s settings ..............................105 Custom button......................................................................106 Setting the custom button 106 Using the custom button 107 Shortcut ..............................................................................108 Setting the shortcut menu 109 Using the shortcut menu 110 MY MODE SETUP ................................................................111 Information

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Contents Miscellaneous 125 Troubleshooting....................................................................125 User maintenance ................................................................132 After use 132 Cleaning the camera 132 Storage 132 Error codes..........................................................................133 Menu maps ........................................................................135 Menu functions & factory default settings ............................13

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Camera Zoom lever (W/T, / ) (P. 59, 94, 96) Shutter button (P. 51) Flash switch ( ) (P. 63) Mode dial ( , P/A/S/M, , , , , ) (P. 45–47) , Macro/Spot button ( ) (P. 66, 69) Print button ( ) (P. 123) DRIVE button (P. 72) Flash mode button ( / ) (P. 63) Erase button ( ) (P. 37, 101) Protect button ( ) (P. 100) Diopter adjustment dial (P. 31) Viewfinder (P. 12, 31, 115) Card access lamp (P. 52) POWER switch (P. 27) AE lock button (P. 67) Custom button Arrow pad () (ÑñÉí) (P. 106) (P. 39, 88) Rota

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Camera (Cont.) Flash (P. 63) Self-timer lamp (P. 71) Card cover Lens (P. 25) DC-IN jack (P. 23) USB connector VIDEO OUT jack (P. 104) Strap eyelet (P. 19) Connector cover (P. 23) Battery compartment lock (P. 21) Tripod socket Battery compartment cover (P. 21) 11 Names of parts

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Viewfinder/Monitor indications — Shooting information The INFO setting on the menu allows you to select how much information to display. ~ Information display (P. 114) The indications vary depending on the shooting mode.* When INFO is set to OFF: The When INFO is set to ON: The information below is displayed information below is displayed constantly in the shooting mode. constantly in the shooting mode. (After closing the menu, the information which appears in the ON mode (illustrated to the rig

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Viewfinder/Monitor indications — Shooting information (Cont.) 12 3 4 9 $ 0 % ! ^ 5 & @ 6 # ISO 100 8 7 Items Indications Ref. page 7 Record mode TIFF, SHQ, HQ, SQ1, SQ2 P. 79 8 Memory gauge P. 16 9 Battery check P. 16 0 AE lock AEL P. 67 ! Drive mode , , , BKT P. 72 @ White balance , , , P. 86 # ISO ISO100, ISO200, ISO400 P. 83 $ Green lamp O P. 33 % Flash stand-by Lights. P. 64 Camera movement Blinks. warning Flash charge Blinks. ^ Flash mode , , , , P. 61 & Spot metering/ , , P. 66, 69 Macro

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Viewfinder/Monitor indications — Playback information INFO setting on the menu allows you to select how much information to display. ~ Information display (P. 114) Still picture playback information 1234 9 100-0056 HQ 5 100-0056 HQ 0 SIZE: 1984x1488 ! F2.8 1/800 +2.0 # 6 @ $ 7 ISO100 % ’04.04.01 12:30 ’04.04.01 12:30 56 8 56 8 When INFO is set to ON When INFO is set to OFF Items Indications Ref. page 1 Battery check P. 16 2 Print reserve P. 123 3 Number of prints x2 – x1

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Viewfinder/Monitor indications — Playback information (Cont.) Movie playback information 100-0020 100-0020 HQ 8 SIZE: 320x240 9 0 ’04.04.01 12:30 ’04.04.01 12:30 0"/30" 0"/30" When INFO is set to OFF When INFO is set to ON Items Indications Ref. page 1 Battery check P. 16 2 Movie mark P. 36 3 Protect P. 100 4 Date ’04. 04. 01 P. 29 5 Time 12:30 P. 29 6 Movie playback time During movie playback, P. 90 the recording time appears as follows: 0" / 30" Elapsed Overall recording playback tim

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Viewfinder/Monitor indications — Memory gauge & battery check Memory gauge The memory gauge lights when you take a picture. When the gauge is lit, the camera is storing a picture on the xD-Picture Card. The memory gauge indication changes as shown below depending on the shooting status. When the memory gauge is full, wait until the light goes out before you take any more shots. When taking still pictures Shoot. Shoot. Shoot. Wait. Wait. Wait. Before shooting One picture No more pictures (Gauge

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

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. Example 1 If a button is shown in black, press it as part of the step. Shooting mode setting — Mode dial (Cont.) Shutter speed setting — Shutter priority shooting Mode dial setting In the top menu, select MODE MENU T CAMERA T P/A/S/M T S. 1 Press . Press again to cancel the menu. ~ “How to use the menu”

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How to use this manual (Cont.) Example 2 Shows the modes that the function can be used with. You can set the mode dial to any of the positions shown. Information display Lets you select the amount of shooting information displayed in the shooting or playback mode. When it is set to OFF, only a small amount of information is displayed. For details on each piece of information displayed, see pages 12 to 15. Mode dial setting P/A/S/M : In the top menu, select MODE MENU T SETUP T INFO T ON. Press

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Attaching the strap Attach the string to the lens cap; Pull 1 the string loop through the hole in the lens cap. Put the other end of the string through the string loop. Thread the strap through the camera’s 2 Monitor strap eyelet. It can only enter from the A monitor side. Thread the strap A through the string 3 loop (attached to the lens cap in step 1). Camera strap eyelet Thread the rest of the strap 4 (which you will have around your neck) through the strap loop that has already gone through


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