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2 3 WARNING CONTENTS Read this manual carefully before using your camera. Indicates circumstances under which Names of parts 2. Exposure mode button ..............16 mishandling resulting from ignoring this symbol Camera Body................................4 [ A ] Aperture Preferred Auto ....17 could result in personal injury or property damage. Camera Body/LCD Panel ..............5 [ S ] Shutter Speed Preferred Auto Viewfinder Display........................6 ...................................
4 5 NAMES OF PARTS — Camera Body NAMES OF PARTS — Camera Body/LCD Panel 1 Flash mode button Zoom button 2 Selftimer/ remote control/ Power switch/ SPOT button macro/ continuous shooting flash release button 3 Exposure compensation/ manual Shutter release button exposure/ shutter speed button Functions as shutter speed button Flash Selftimer indicator/ only when the exposure modes remote control sensor & is set to “M”. 4 DATE MODE button 5 DATE SET/LIGHT Strap attachment stud (LCD panel illumi
6 7 NAMES OF PARTS — Viewfinder Display DIOPTER ADJUSTMENT Turn the diopter adjustment dial until the Standard mode autofocus frame is clear. y Autofocus frame If you are nearsighted, turn the dial up. u Spot frame If you are farsighted, turn it down. i Panorama marks o Autofocus indicator LOADING AND CHECKING THE BATTERIES Panorama mode p Macro (Panorama models only) Use two 3 V lithium batteries (CR123A or DL123A). Q Flash W Shutter speed 1 2 4 6 1 E Aperture setting 5 R Spot 2 3 T ~ O 1)I
8 9 LOADING THE FILM TAKING PICTURES — Programmed Auto (FULL AUTO) 1 2 1 Set the power switch to ON. The lens will extrude and the LCD panel will turn on. 1 2 Compose your shot. Press the “T” side of the zoom button for telephoto (140 mm) or the “W” side Insert the film cartridge. for wide angle (28 mm). Shutter curtain Be careful not to touch the shutter curtain or Panorama Slide the back cover release After about 30 seconds of inactivity, the LCD panel goes out. masks. upward to open the bac
10 11 (Panorama models only) TAKING PICTURES — Focus Lock TAKING PANORAMA PICTURES If you want to position your main subject outside the center of the frame, follow the procedure below (focus lock). Autofocus frame 1 2 Standard mode Panorama mode Set the Panorama switch down for Panorama mode shooting (the Panorama lamp lights). Set the switch up for Standard mode shooting. In the Panorama mode, only the area inside the shaded section (see illustration) will appear in the picture. (Non-shaded
12 13 FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY — Red-Eye Reduction Flash In this mode, the camera emits a series of pre-flashes before the main flash When is blinking in the viewfinder, the flash is being recharged activates. This helps minimize the “red-eye” phenomenon (when a subject’s (for about 0.2 to 4 seconds with fresh batteries.) and the shutter cannot be released. eyes are illuminated by the flash and appear red in a color photograph). When the flash fires in the Programmed Auto (FULL AUTO) mode, the shut
14 15 1. Direct Mode Select Buttons EXPOSURE MODES — 1. Direct Mode Select Buttons Portrait To make it easier to take clear, properly illuminated Use this mode to take a head-and-shoulders picture with a blurred photographs under a variety of conditions, four background. exposure modes optimized for the most common shooting conditions are available. How to select the exposure mode Press the Direct Mode Select button that best suits the shooting conditions or desired effect. Stop Action Use this
16 17 1. Direct Mode Select Buttons 2. Exposure Mode Button Aperture Preferred Auto [A] Night Scene By selecting the aperture on your own, you can control the blurring of the Use this mode to shoot a night scene without artificially illuminating the background. The shutter speed is controlled automatically. subject. The shutter speed is set at as slow as 4- sec. Use a tripod to keep the camera steady. Select a smaller aperture (larger value) for a sharper background. In this mode, you can shoot
18 19 2. Exposure Mode Button 2. Exposure Mode Button Shutter Speed Preferred Auto Manual Exposure [S] [M] By selecting the shutter speed on your own, you can control the extent to By selecting the aperture setting and shutter speed on your own, you can which the subject appears to be moving. The aperture is controlled achieve exactly the effect you want. automatically. 1 1 Press the exposure mode button 1 to enter the Manual Exposure mode (“M”). Select a faster shutter speed to freeze 2 2 the
20 21 2. Exposure Mode Button Flash Photography in the Manual Exposure Mode [M] When you are going to use the flash with the shutter speed at 1/100-sec. When you are going to use the flash with or slower (the flash strength is controlled automatically): a shutter speed faster than 1/100-sec.: Flip up the flash. Set the aperture setting and shutter speed according to Flip up the flash. Set the shutter speed the working distance (see the graph to 1/100-sec. or less. Refer to the table below). belo
22 23 EXPOSURE COMPENSATION [ ] In this mode, you can deliberately make your picture brighter or darker as Exposure compensation is possible in all modes except the Manual Exposure desired. Exposure compensation is possible up or down to ±2 EV by 0.5 step. mode (“M”). To make a whitish subject whiter (+2 EV compensation) While keeping the exposure compensation button 1 pressed, use the shift lever 2 to select the exposure compensation value. The exposure compensation value is displayed on the L
24 25 SPOT METERING [ ] SELFTIMER [ ]/ REMOTE CONTROL [ ](Optional) This mode accurately measures a small area such as a person’s face to enable you to shoot a picture with the brightness precisely adjusted to the subject. As you press the selftimer/ remote control/ macro/ continuous shooting button, the mode changes as follows: Position the spot frame on the area where you want to measure the light. No display When there is an extreme difference in continuous shooting the brightness of the subj
26 27 MACRO SHOOTING [ ] RESTORING THE PROGRAMMED AUTO [FULL AUTO] MODE Close-up photography from 0.6 m (2.0ft) to infinity is possible throughout the You can return to the Programmed Auto (FULL focal length. AUTO) mode at the touch of a button. 1 2 Press the FULL AUTO button to display “P” on the LCD panel. Setting the power switch to OFF and then ON again also restores the Programmed Auto mode. Setting in the Programmed Auto (FULL AUTO) mode : Exposure mode Standard Program Press the macro bu
28 29 CORRECTING THE DATE AND TIME PRINTING THE DATE/TIME First select the date/time mode you want to print. Be sure to correct the date and time after the batteries have been inserted or replaced. To set the “year” indicator: 1 Press the MODE button. As you press it, the mode will switch in the order shown below. 1 Keep the MODE button pressed until the “year” indicator starts blinking. Keep the mode you want to print displayed. 2 2 Press the SET button to adjust the “year” indicator. If you pr
30 31 CARE AND STORAGE SPECIFICATIONS Type: Fully automatic 35 mm autofocus single-lens reflex camera with built- Do not leave the camera in any place exposed to excessive heat, in 28 mm ~ 140 mm zoom lens. humidity or direct sunlight — for example, in a car or on the beach. Film format: 35 mm standard DX-coded film (24 x 36 mm, switchable to Panorama format*). Do not expose the camera to formalin or naphthalene. Lens: Olympus lens (filter available, 52 mm filter diameter), 28 mm~ 140 If t
32 Film loading: Automatic loading. (Automatically advances to first frame when camera back is closed.) Film advance: Automatic film winding. Film rewind: Automatic film rewind (automatic rewind activation at end of film, automatic rewind stop). Rewind possible at any point with rewind button. Selftimer: Electronic shutter with 12-sec. delay. Remote control(Optional): Infrared remote control unit with 3-sec. delay. Flash: Built-in IVP (Intelligent Variable-Power) flash system with Super FP Acti
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