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APPAREIL PHOTO NUMÉIQUE
CÁMARA DIGITAL FRANÇAIS
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1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 2 ENGLISH Before using your camera, read this manual carefully to ensure correct use. En We recommend that you take test shots to get accustomed to your camera before taking important photographs. In the interest of continually improving products, Olympus reserves the right to update or modify information contained in this manual. CONTENTS Getting started 4 Buttons & menus 14 How to operate the buttons and dials ........................................
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 3 For customers in North and South America For customers in USA Declaration of Conformity En Model Number : E-1 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 ma
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 4 Getting Started Names of parts En Camera Control panel ISO button (Exposure compensation) LIGHT (Control button panel illumination) button Mode dial Hot shoe Power switch Mode dial lock WB (White (Flash mode) balance) button button Sub dial (Record Shutter button mode) button White balance sensor Lens attachment mark Self-timer/Remote control lamp, AF illuminator Lens lock pin Lens release Remote control button receiver (One-t
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 5 Getting Started Diopter adjustment dial Main dial AEL button En Card access Eyepiece shutter lever lamp Strap eyelet (AF frame selection) button Viewfinder (Playback mode) button Monitor (A monitor cover is (Menu) button attached.) Card cover lock INFO (Information display) button OK button Arrow pad (Protect) button (Erase) button (Metering) button DRIVE button BKT (Auto bracket) button External flash connector Remote ca
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 6 Getting Started 7 Battery check En Control panel indications 8 Number of storable still pictures 9 Image quality adjustment 10 ISO 1 23 4 11 Color space 12 White balance 13 Remote control 15 14 Self-timer 5 16 17 15 Exposure level indicator 6 18 19 Exposure compensation indicator AF frame 7 16 Number of storable sequential pictures 8 10 11 12 14 913 Exposure compensation value indication [appears only when the 1 Flash mode (exposure compensation) button
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 7 Getting Started Getting Started En Monitor indications (only for playback) You can switch the monitor display using the INFO (information display) button and dials. 13 2 1 Battery check 2 Print reservation x10 Number of prints [ ] 4 SQ 1024x768 , 1/8 3 Protect 4 Record mode 5 Date and time 6 File number 5 ’03.01.01 00:00 7 Exposure mode FILE:123–3456 6 8 Metering mode Single-frame playback information 9 ISO sensitivity 10 Color space/Saturation 8 11 Foca
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 8 Getting Started Attaching the strap En 1 2 Stopper Ring Strap eyelet 3 4 Charging the battery This camera uses an Olympus lithium ion battery (BLM-1). Never use any other type of battery. The battery is not fully charged when purchased. Before use, be sure to charge the battery with the specified provided charger (BCM-1). Note ● Never use a charger other than the one specified. (For details, refer to the charger’s manual.) 1 2 Lithium ion battery Charger (
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 9 Getting Started Loading the battery En Make sure that the camera's Turn the battery compartment lock 1 2 power switch is set to OFF. to and open the battery compartment cover. Load the battery as shown in the Close the battery compartment 3 4 illustration. cover and turn the battery Direction indicating compartment lock to . mark Battery compartment cover When using the optional power battery holder, Battery remove the battery compartment cover by sliding
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 10 Getting Started Attaching a lens to the camera En Select the lens that you want to shoot with. Use a specified Four Thirds lens. When a non-specified lens is used, AF (auto focus) and light metering will not function correctly. In some cases, other functions may not work either. Note ● When you attach or remove the body cap and lens from the camera, keep the lens mount on the camera pointed downward. This helps prevent dust and other foreign matter from g
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 11 Getting Started How to insert/remove the card En “Card” in this manual refers to a recording medium. This camera can use a Compact Flash or Microdrive (optional). You can also use xD-Picture Card with a card adapter (optional). Compact Flash Microdrive A Compact Flash is a large-capacity A Microdrive is a medium that uses a solid state flash memory card. You can large-capacity compact hard disk use commercially available cards. drive. You can use a Mi
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 12 Getting Started Close the card cover. En 3 ● When the eject button is projecting, push it back in. Eject button Removing the card Make sure that the card access lamp is Card access lamp 1 not illuminated. Open the card cover. 2 Raise the eject button. 3 Press the eject button gently. 4 ● The card comes out. ● If you press the eject button too hard, the card may jump out of the camera. ● Pull out the card. Eject button Place the eject button on its side.
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 13 Getting Started Close the card cover. En 6 Power ON/OFF Power ON : Set the power switch to Power OFF : Set the power switch to ON. OFF. Date/time setting Images will be stored with date/time data. ~ “Buttons and menus” Selecting a language You can select the language for on-screen displays. This reference manual shows the English on- screen displays in illustrations and explanations. Available languages vary depending on the area where you purchased the c
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 14 Buttons and menus This camera has a variety of functions to make optimal settings for various shooting En conditions. You can set the function settings using the buttons, dials, or menu. Functions available using the : Change camera settings with the buttons and main buttons dial or sub dial, while referring to the control panel. This allows for fast camera setting changes without having to use the monitor menus. Functions available using the : Change
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 15 Buttons and menus Types of buttons En Make function settings by turning the main dial or sub dial while holding down the button. 1 ISO button Sets the ISO sensitivity. (auto) ● Setting ISO BOOST allows you to add 1600 and 3200 to the ISO value options. 2 (Exposure compensation) button Sets the exposure compensation value. Exposure compensation value: –1.0 –0.7 –0.3 0.0 0.3 0.7 1.0 ● The exposure can be adjusted within a range of ±5.0 EV. Available EV step
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 16 Buttons and menus En 3 WB (White balance) button Selects the white balance appropriate to the light source from the following options: Auto, preset white balance settings, registered white balance. (auto) – 4 (Record mode) button Selects image quality. RAW TIFF SHQ HQ SQ You can select the compression and number of pixels in the SQ mode. 5 (Flash mode) button Selects a flash mode from auto-flash, red-eye reduction flash, slow synchronization, or fill-in f
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 17 Buttons and menus En 7 (Metering) button Selects the metering mode. Control panel Viewfinder No indication 8 DRIVE button Selects the drive mode. No indication (single-frame shooting) 9 (AF frame selection) button Selects the AF frame, allowing you to perform multiple AF or to perform AF using one of the 3 frames. Control panel/Viewfinder Viewfinder 17
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 18 Buttons and menus Other buttons En (One-touch WB) button Used for registration of one-touch WB settings. AEL button Locks the exposure. LIGHT (Control panel illumination) button Sets the illumination on the control panel to ON/OFF. (Playback mode) button Plays back images on the monitor. (Erase) button Erases unwanted pictures. Pressing this button also allows you to playback pictures even while the camera is in the shooting mode. (Protect) button Prote
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:55 PM Page 19 Buttons and menus How to use the menus En While viewing the menu screen in the monitor, you can select the function to set using the arrow pad. Press the (menu) button to Press to select a tab, then 1 2 display the menu on the monitor. press . tab CARD SETUP CARD SETUP Lo Hi SATURATION Lo Hi SATURATION å Lo Hi CONTRAST Lo Hi CONTRAST Lo Hi 1 SHARPNESS Lo Hi 1 ß SHARPNESS 2 COLOR SPACE sRGB 2 COLOR SPACE sRGB CANCEL SELECT GO Press to CANCEL SELECT GO ˙ re
1 E-1 Ba-EN P1 03.7.8 5:56 PM Page 20 Buttons and menus Press to select an item, Press to change a setting. En 3 4 Press the OK button to complete then press . your setting. Press OK again to exit the menu and return to The sliding bar is displayed when a menu continues on additional shooting. screens. To cancel the selection, press . ● If you return to the previous screen by pressing or instead of OK, your CARD SETUP Lo Hi setting is not saved. SATURATION Lo Hi CONTRAST Lo Hi 1 SHARPNESS 2
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