Olympus CAMEDIA C-990ZOOM user manual

User manual for the device Olympus CAMEDIA C-990ZOOM

Device: Olympus CAMEDIA C-990ZOOM
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Date of adding : 2013-11-25 15:24:55
Number of pages: 138
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Digital Camera
Appareil photo
numérique
Digital-Kamera
Cámara Digital
C-990ZOOM
Operating Instructions
• Before you use this camera, read this manual and then store it in a
safe location where you can find it for future use.
• We recommend that you spend some time taking test shots and
experimenting with all of the features before you take important
pictures.
Mode d’emploi
• Avant d’utiliser votre appareil photo, lire ce mode d’emploi puis le
ranger dans un endroit sûr et à portée de la main po

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Getting Started Names of Parts C DEF 12 34 5 L G H I J K 7 6 9 0 MN 8 B A RS T U V OP a W X Q ` ]\[Z Y b c d l SQ 2.5m/8ft SLOW e f k 23. 12. ’00 j 23:45 122 g i h 2

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Camera Control Panel 1 Zoom lever R Macro mode mark 2 Shutter release button S Exposure compensation mark 3 Control panel T Flash mode 4 Self-timer signal lamp U White balance mark 5 Flash V Record mode 6 Lens W Sharpness 7 Lens barrier X ISO mark 8 Card compartment cover Y Remaining picture count 9 Connector cover Z Write mark = Video output connector [ Battery check A Computer connector \ Card error/Card function B AC adapter connector ] Self-timer C Viewfinder _ Sequential shooting D Flash mo

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Checking the Contents SmartMedia Camera (8MB) Static-free case Strap SmartMedia Video cable instructions Standard RS-232C interface Write-protect adhesive seals D-SUB 9-pin connector (4 pieces) Index lables (2 pieces) R6 (AA) alkaline Made in Japan batteries Made in Japan (4 pieces) Instructions Software CD’s (concise version)/ (including Warranty instructions on agreement CD-ROM) Optional Items • FlashPath Floppy Disk • Photo Printers For Olympus Adapter Digital Cameras • PC Card Adapter • AC A

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Attaching the Strap Attach the strap to the camera. CAUTION • Attach the strap exactly as shown in the diagram. If the strap is attached incorrectly the camera may come loose and fall off. In this case, Olympus will not be responsible for any damage. Inserting the Batteries 1 Make sure the power is off. Then slide the battery compartment cover to the side and lift up to open. Insert the batteries as shown. Close the battery compartment cover, then press the 2 tab and slide it into the locked po

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Inserting the SmartMedia Card Make sure the power is off, then open the card cover. Insert the SmartMedia Card (or the Special Function SmartMedia Card) as shown. Close the cover and make sure it clicks into place. CAUTION • Never open the card cover, eject the card, remove the batteries, or disconnect the AC adapter while the camera power is turned on. Doing so may destroy the image data on the card. Destroyed images cannot be recovered. • The card is a precision instrument. Do not subject to i

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Learning the Basics Turning the Power On Slide the lens barrier open until it clicks. This turns on the power and extends the lens. The battery check level goes off automatically after a few seconds. Checking the Control Panel Is the SmartMedia card inserted? If you forget to insert the card, or if there is any other problem with the card, the monitor will automatically light up and display a message. Read the message and correct the problem. When the “NO CARD” error Monitor message is displayed

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Checking the Batteries When the power is turned on with the camera in shooting mode on (with the lens barrier open), the approximate remaining battery power is displayed on the control panel. lights and turns off automatically. Batteries are OK. You can shoot. blinks and other indicators on the control panel are displayed normally. Battery power is low and batteries should be replaced. blinks and goes off after about 10 seconds, and other indicators on the control panel go out. Batteries are dea

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Does the Card Have Enough Room for More Pictures? When the power is turned on with the camera in shooting mode (with the lens barrier open), the control panel displays a remaining picture count. • If the count drops to 0, the camera Control panel beeps, the green lamp blinks and the monitor displays the message “CARD FULL”. This will repeat every time the power is turned on. • The number of storable pictures varies depending on the record mode. Remaining picture count Approximate storable still

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Shooting Technique Depends on Distance to the Subject Deciding whether to use the viewfinder or the monitor display to set up a shot depends on the distance between you and your subject. Determine the approximate distance before taking the picture. For snapshots and long-range photography (from approx. 1.5m to ∞): We recommend using the viewfinder. For close-ups (from 0.8m to approx. 1.5m): Although you can use the viewfinder to take pictures, in some cases it is better to use the monitor. See

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Taking Still Pictures After composing the shot in the viewfinder, half-press the shutter release button until the green lamp next to the viewfinder lights up. If the lamp flashes the shot is out of focus and must be refocused. Full-press the shutter release button to take the shot. To shoot another picture, compose the shot and full-press the shutter release button. Taking Pictures Using the Monitor Turn on the monitor by pressing the monitor button, then use it to compose the shot. The procedur

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Playing Images Back Getting Started Turning the Power On in the Playback Mode • Make sure the lens barrier is closed. • Press the monitor button. Standby mode If the camera is left untouched for three minutes when using the batteries, it automatically turns off. It is strongly recommended, however, that you switch power off promptly when you are finished using the camera. When using new batteries, it may take longer for the camera to shut down automatically depending on the type of batteries bei

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Checking the Focus by Enlarging a Selected Picture (Displaying Close-ups) Press the monitor button with the lens barrier closed to turn on power in playback mode and display the last image taken. Select the image you want to display with the arrow pad, then pull the zoom lever toward T (telephoto). The selected image enlarges 1.5x and will continue to enlarge 0.5x (up to 3x) each time you pull the zoom lever to T. Press the arrow pad in one of the four directions to select the area you want to

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Taking Better Pictures Points to Remember • Depending on the distance from the subject to camera, the final picture may not match the image in the viewfinder, and zooming in can make the discrepancy even greater. Use the monitor for close- ups. • Subjects may be difficult to focus if they (1) have little contrast, (2) appear excessively bright in the center, (3) have no vertical lines, (4) are at varying distances, or (5) are moving quickly. To correct the situation either: • Focus the camera a

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When Not Able to Focus on a Subject While Shooting Focus on the Subject in Advance (Focus Lock) If your main subject is not centered inside the autofocus mark, use the focus lock feature explained below: • Open the lens barrier. • Look through the viewfinder and position your subject(s) inside the autofocus mark. • Half-press the shutter release button so the green lamp next to the viewfinder lights up. • Keep the shutter release button half-pressed while you reposition your subject(s) within th

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Auto-Flash In auto-flash mode, the flash will automatically fire in lowlight and backlit conditions. To fire the flash in a backlit shot, position the subject inside the backlighting correction mark. Red-eye Reduction ( ) When shooting people, eyes may appear red. Use the red-eye reduction flash mode to compensate for this phenomenon. In the red-eye reduction flash mode, the camera will emit a series of rapid pre-flashes before the actual flash fires. This makes the subject’s pupils contract, si

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Off (Flash Override) ( ) When you do not want the flash to fire even in the dark, close the flash. Use this mode in situations where flash photography is prohibited, such as art museums and live stage performances, or when taking pictures in twilight or of night scenes. The shutter speed automatically slows down to 1/2 second in low-light situations. The use of a tripod is recommended to prevent blurriness caused by camera movement. Taking Close-up Pictures (Macro Mode) Open the lens barrier and

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Printing Printing the Date and Time on Your Images Press the monitor button with the lens barrier closed to turn on power in playback mode. Press the print button and the Date Print Screen appears on the monitor. Use the arrow pad to select the date/time information you want printed on the image. Press the OK button. Selecting an Image to Be Printed (Print reserve) Press the monitor button with the lens barrier closed to turn on power in playback mode and display the last image taken. Press the

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Processing Photo Images with a Computer Installing Provided Software To take advantage of a wide range of functions, including downloading, display, storage and panorama assembly, install the CAMEDIA Master software application from the included CD-ROM. Transferring Picture Data to a Computer Picture data stored on a SmartMedia card can be transferred to a computer in the following ways: However, before you can play back movie pictures on a computer, you must install Quick Time which is included

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Connecting your Camera to a Computer with a Computer Cable Computer Operating Environment IBM PC/AT compatibles (As of June 2000) OS : Windows 98SE/98/95/NT 4.0/2000 professional CPU : Pentium or better Available hard disk space : at least 30MB Memory : at least 32MB Serial port : Standard RS-232C interface Type : D-SUB 9-pin Monitor : 256 color or better, at least 800 × 600 dots. Using a 32000 color monitor or better is recommended. Apple Macintosh (As of June 2000) OS : Mac OS 7.6.1 ~ 9.0.4 C


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