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2 Read the Following Before Use This section provides important information about using this digital camera. Before using the camera, please be sure to read the following. About this manual The information contained in this manual may be subject to change without notice. For the latest information on the product names, model numbers, etc., please consult your local Olympus representative. The information contained in this manual has been compiled by taking all possible measures to ensure it
3 Declaration of Conformity Model Number: D-100/C-1 Trade Name: OLYMPUS Responsible Party: Olympus America Inc. Address: 2 Corporate Center Drive, Melville, New York 11747-3157 USA Telephone Number: 631-844-5000 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 interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This Class B
4 CONTENTS READ THE FOLLOWING BEFORE USE 2 PREPARATION Name of Parts 5 Attaching the Provided Strap 7 Inserting the Provided Card (SmartMedia) 7 Loading the Battery 8 Setting the Date and Time 9 SHOOTING OPERATIONS Shooting Pictures 10 Shooting Using the Monitor 11 Deciding Whether to Use the Viewfinder or Monitor According to Working Distance 11 Checking the Camera Status Indication Next to the Viewfinder or on the Monitor (in Shooting Mode) 12 Selecting the Image Quality (Record Mode) 15 Usi
5 REPARATION P Names of Parts Shutter button Card cover (For insertion and removal of the SmartMedia card) Connector cover Lens barrier (Open this to turn the camera on in the shooting mode) Card cover USB connector Strap attaching hole (Connect to a PC with a USB cable) VIDEO OUT jack (Connect to a TV with a video cable) DC IN jack (Connect the AC adapter) Tripod socket (Attach the tripod here) Battery compartment cover
6 Flash Viewfinder Lens Self-timer lamp (Indicates activation of the self-timer) Viewfinder eyepiece Orange lamp (For checking flash status) (Blinks while the card is being accessed) Green lamp OK/menu button (For checking autofocus status) (Switches the menu screens (Lights when the camera is or settings) connected to a PC) Monitor button (Switches the monitor display and AF target mark the playback mode ON/OFF) (Position this over the subject you want to focus on) Monitor (LCD panel disp
7 Attaching the Provided Strap 1. Attach the strap as shown. Inserting the Provided Card (SmartMedia) 1. Make sure the lens barrier is closed and nothing is displayed on the monitor. 2. Open the card cover. 3. Insert the battery in the direction shown in the figure. 4. Close the card cover until it clicks. Card insertion direction marking Note .......................................................... Be sure to hold the card so that the cut corner is positioned correctly. There is an arr
8 Loading the Battery 1. Make sure the lens barrier is closed and nothing is displayed on the monitor. 2. Slide the battery compartment cover in the direction of the arrow , and lift the cover in the direction of the arrow . 3. Insert the battery in the direction shown in the figure. 4. Close the battery compartment cover in the direction of the arrow , and press the cover in the direction of the arrow until it clicks. This camera can be powered by a single long-life lithium battery pack
9 OK/menu button Setting the Date and Monitor button Time 1/3 Operating Procedure NO OFF 1. Check that the camera is set to the NO Playback mode by holding down the NO SELECT SET OK monitor button for a moment. Playback mode menu 1/3 screen Arrow pad 2. Press the OK/menu button. The playback mode menu 1/3 is displayed on 3/3 the monitor. 3. Press the or arrow pad key to SELECT END OK display the menu 3/3 and select . Playback mode menu 3/3 screen 4. Display the “Y—M—D” menu by pressing th
10 HOOTING OPERATIONS S Shooting Pictures Operating Procedure 1. Open the lens barrier. Slide the lens barrier until it clicks to turn on the camera. 2. Hold the camera, and look through the viewfinder. 3. Press the shutter button halfway (half-press) to make sure the green lamp on the right of the viewfinder lights. When lit : The subject is in focus. You can shoot. Half-press When blinking : The subject is out of focus. Half-press the shutter button again. Green lamp Full-pres
11 Shooting Using the Monitor Operating Procedure 1. Check that the lens barrier is open. Monitor button 2. Press the monitor button. The monitor turns on. 3. Determine the image composition by observing your subject in the monitor 4. Half-press the shutter button to focus on the subject, Monitor and then press it all the way to take the picture. (This operation is identical to the shooting using the viewfinder.) The orange lamp on the right of the viewfinder blinks for a moment and then
12 Checking the Camera Status Indication Next to the Viewfinder or on the Monitor (in Shooting Mode) Operating Procedure 1. Check that the lens barrier is open. 2. Half-press the shutter button. Orange Lamp The lamps on the right of the viewfinder light or blink. Green Lamp Viewfinder 1 Lamps on the right of the viewfinder Lamp Status Camera Operation Available Operation Press the shutter When the green Autofocus has operated correctly. button all the way to take the lamp is lit picture. W
13 2 Monitor When the monitor is turned on by pressing the monitor button, the information displays on the left are shown on the monitor. T HQ W Number of Shows the approximate number of images you can shoot. shootable images Battery status (Green) Remaining battery power is insufficient. (The display goes out automatically.) The remaining battery power is too low. Replace the batteries with (Red) new ones. Shooting is possible when the batteries are low, but battery power could run out while t
14 Shows the amount of exposure compensation. ( Page 21) Exposure The default setting is no exposure compensation. + 1.0 compensation Shows that the Macro mode is switched on. ( Page 18) Macro mode The default setting is normal shooting. Shows the Digital Zoom mode, with “T” indicating telephoto zoom and T “W” indicating wide-angle shooting without zooming.( Page 17) Digital zoom The default setting is no zooming. W Shows the use of the white balance control feature which adjusts Auto White bal
15 Selecting the Image Quality (Record Mode) The record modes allow you to shoot images with OK/menu button higher quality (SHQ) or larger number of images per card (SQ). The default setting of the record mode is HQ which is the standard-quality mode. 1/3 AUTO OFF Operating Procedure OFF OFF OK SELECT END 1. Check that the lens barrier is open. Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen Arrow pad 2. Press the OK/menu button. 2/3 The monitor shows the shooting mode menu 1/3. 3. Select by pressing the or a
16 Using the Flash OK/menu button The flash has been designed to fire automatically when shooting under low light or against strong back light. You can change this flash mode according to different shooting situations. 1/3 AUTO OFF Operating Procedure OFF OFF 1. Check that the lens barrier is open. SELECT END OK Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen Arrow pad 2. Press the OK/menu button. 1/3 The monitor shows the shooting mode menu 1/3. AUTO 3. Select by pressing the or arrow pad key. OFF OFF OFF 4.
17 Zooming in on a Subject (Digital Zoom) You can shoot telephoto images by varying the magnification up to 2X. At 1X, the image taken by the camera is equivalent to an image taken with a compact camera (35 mm film) using a 35mm lens, but digital zoom allows you to shoot a zoomed-in image equivalent to that shot using a 70 mm lens. OK/menu button Operating Procedure Monitor button 1. Check that the lens barrier is open. 2. Press the arrow pad key. The monitor turns on and starts to show the
18 Shooting a Close Subject (Macro Shooting) It is recommended to use the Macro mode when shooting a subject at a distance of less OK/menu button than 0.5 meter/1.6 feet. Operating Procedure 1/3 1. Check that the lens barrier is open. AUTO OFF OFF 2. Press the OK/menu button. OFF OK SELECT END The monitor shows the shooting mode Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen menu 1/3. Arrow pad 1/3 3. Select by pressing the or arrow pad key. AUTO OFF OFF 4. Select “ON” by pressing the or arrow pad key. OFF
19 Using the Self-Timer You can shoot images with self-timer operation. This is useful for taking pictures with yourself included in the image. Fix the camera securely on a tripod, etc., before self- timer shooting. OK/menu button Operating Procedure 1. Check that the lens barrier is open. 1/3 AUTO OFF 2. Press the OK/menu button. OFF OFF The monitor shows the shooting mode OK SELECT END menu 1/3. Shooting mode menu 1/3 screen Arrow pad 3.Select by pressing the or 1/3 arrow pad key. AUTO OF
20 Shooting Images Sequentially (Continuous Shooting) The Continuous Shooting mode allows you to take a rapid succession of still images by pressing and holding the shutter button (up to 4 images at 2 frames per second). You can choose the best image from a series of sequential shots. OK/menu button Operating Procedure 1. Check that the lens barrier is open. 1/3 AUTO OFF 2. Press the OK/menu button. OFF OFF The monitor shows the shooting mode OK SELECT END menu 1/3. Shooting mode menu 1/3 s
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