Olympus D-510 ZOOM user manual

User manual for the device Olympus D-510 ZOOM

Device: Olympus D-510 ZOOM
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Date of adding : 2013-05-02 15:25:20
Number of pages: 162
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C-200 ZOOM
Digital Camera
C-200 ZOOM
D-510 ZOOM
Reference Manual
• 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.

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© Copyright 2001. Olympus Optical Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. Legal and other notices • The contents of this document are subject to change without prior notice. • Although the contents of this document have been carefully checked to avoid errors, some may still occur. If you have a question about any point, or you find mistakes or omissions, please contact us. • No part of this publication may be reproduced or reprinted except for personal use without prior written permission from Olympus. •

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For Customers in USA Declaration of Conformity Model Number: D-510 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 interference, and (2) This device must accept any interferen

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Contents Features of the C-200 ZOOM/D-510 ZOOM ................................................ VI Using this Manual ........................................................................................ VII Chapter 1 Getting Started ......................................................... 1 Names of Parts .............................................................................................. 2 Attaching the Strap ........................................................................

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Chapter 4 Taking Better Pictures ........................................ 49 Points to Remember .................................................................................... 50 Viewfinder Discrepancies Depending on Distance .................................. 50 Subjects Difficult to Get in Focus ............................................................ 50 When Not Able to Focus on a Subject While Shooting ............................... 52 Determine the Position of the Subject After Fo

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Contents (continued) Printing Using DPOF-Compatible Printers or Photo Labs (Print Reserve) ...................................................................................... 109 Rotating Images During Playback (Rotated Playback) .............................. 112 Displaying Image Information on the Monitor (Image Information Display) ................................................................... 113 Changing the Color or Size of Images (Edit) ..........................................

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Features of the C-200 ZOOM /D-510 ZOOM • With its high-resolution CCD (total 2,110,000 pixels) and high- performance lens, the Olympus CAMEDIA digital camera produces pictures of extremely high image quality. • The 3x optical zoom lens and the 3x digital zoom function combine to offer an impressive 9x maximum zoom. • Exposure compensation, spot metering, and other functions are simple using our easy menu operations. • USB functions Image downloading is easy with a USB connector connected directl

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Using this Manual This manual is divided into seven chapters and one appendix which cover the main unit (hereafter called “the camera”). Chapter 1 Getting Started Details confirming the names of all the parts of the camera and preparing the camera to be used for the first time are all explained in this chapter. It is essential to read this before using the camera for the first time. Chapter 2 Learning the Basics Basic operations of the camera are explained, including turning on the power, sho

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Appendix You will also find a troubleshooting guide and explanations of the key technical specifications. Additional information The following may appear at the bottom of each page. CAUTION: These sections contain important precautions. Be sure to read. HELP: These sections include information and helpful hints on how to handle problems that may arise during operation. NOTE: These sections contain tips which are good to know in advance. VIII

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1 Getting Started This chapter describes the various parts of the camera and their names, the accessories for the camera, and how to prepare the camera to be used for the first time. Please be sure to read this chapter, starting on the following page, before using the camera for the first time. 1

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Names of Parts Camera Shutter button (p.25) Selftimer lamp (p.59) Flash (p.30) Zoom lever (p.31) Lens barrier (p.18) Lens Video OUT jack (p.42) DC-IN jack (p.16) USB connector (p.120) Card cover (p.10) Connector cover Card slot 2

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Getting Started Camera (continued) Macro button (p.55)/ Arrow pad (p.12) Protect button (p.44) Flash mode button (p.64) 1 Selftimer button (p.59)/ Erase button (p.45) Diopter adjustment OK button (p.12)/ dial (p.15) Menu button Viewfinder (p.50) (p.12) Monitor (p.28) Battery Monitor button (p.12) compartment lock (p.7) Tripod socket (bottom) Battery compartment cover (bottom) (p.7) Viewfinder Orange lamp (p.30) Green lamp (p.26) AF target mark (p.25, p.52) 3

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Monitor Shooting mode display Battery check AF target mark (p.25, p.52) (p.20) Exposure compensation (p.76) +1.5 Record mode (p.87) HQ Flash mode (p.64) Spot metering (p.74) Macro (p.55) / Quick focus (p.53) Sequential shooting (p.57) / Selftimer (p.59) / Movie (p.60) White balance (p.85) ISO sensitivity (p.78) ISO100 Memory gauge Number of storable (p.28) pictures (p.21) Playback mode display Battery check Print reserve (p.109) (p.20) Movie (p.107) Protect (p.44) Record mode (p.87) HQ Date (p

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Getting Started Names of Parts (continued) Playback mode display (with image information display on) HQ Resolution (p.87) 1600x1200 1 White balance (p.85) ISO sensitivity (p.78) ISO100 File number (p.95) FILE:100-0123 2001-01-23 5

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Attaching the Strap 1 Attach the strap to the camera as shown in the diagram. 2 After passing the strap through the loop, give it a slight tug to make sure that it does not come loose. 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. 6

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Getting Started Inserting the Batteries This camera uses four AA (R6) alkaline, NiMH, lithium or NiCd batteries. It can also take two CR-V3 lithium battery packs. Do not use zinc-carbon (manganese) batteries. Do not mix different types of batteries or insert the batteries facing in the wrong direction. As it may overheat and cause irreparable damage to the camera. 2 1 Make sure the power is off. 1 • The lens barrier must be closed. • Make sure the monitor is off. 3 2 Slide the battery compartmen

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5 5 With the battery compartment 6 cover closed, press the tab and slide it over. • If the battery compartment cover seems hard to close, do not force it. Slide the battery compartment cover toward “OPEN” while pressing down to close. 6 Slide the battery compartment lock from to . CAUTION • The CR-V3 lithium battery packs are not rechargeable. • Make sure that the camera power is off before inserting the batteries. • Alkaline batteries deliver markedly inferior performance, especially in cold w

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Getting Started Inserting the Batteries (continued) WARNING Batteries with any part of the outer seal (electrical insulation sheath) peeling off, or any battery split along the seam, can leak, generate heat, or explode. Never use damaged batteries in the camera. Store-bought batteries occasionally may be defective, with all or part of the magnetic insulation sheath peeling off. Never use batteries in this condition. These batteries cannot be used: 1 Batteries with all or part of the electrical i

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Inserting the SmartMedia Card Always insert a SmartMedia card (hereafter called “card”) before taking pictures. 2 1 Make sure the power is off. • The lens barrier must be closed. • Make sure the monitor is off. 2 Open the card cover. 3 Insert the card as shown in the diagram, making sure that it is pushed all the way in. 3 4 Close the card cover so it clicks into place. • If the card cover is not properly closed, the camera will not turn on. Insert the SmartMedia card To remove the SmartMedia ca


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