Olympus E-10 RS user manual

User manual for the device Olympus E-10 RS

Device: Olympus E-10 RS
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Date of adding : 2013-05-02 15:25:20
Number of pages: 172
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DIGITAL CAMERA/APPAREIL PHOTO NUMÉRIQUE
DIGITAL-KAMERA/CAMARA DIGITAL
BASIC MANUAL
MANUEL DE BASE
EINFACHE ANLEITUNG
MANUAL BÁSICO
ENGLISH
FRANÇAIS
DEUTSCH
ESPAÑOL
n Before using your camera, read this manual carefully to ensure correct use.
n We recommend that you take test shots to get accustomed to your camera before taking
important photographs.
n These instructions are only for quick reference. For more details on the functions described
here, refer to the software CD’s instructions on CD-R

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Thank you for purchasing an Olympus digital camera. Before you start to use your new camera, please read these instructions carefully to enjoy optimum performance and a longer service life. Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference. •IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation. •Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. •Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Computer Inc. •All other company and product names are registered

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CONTENTS PRECAUTIONS 3 GETTING STARTED 6 SHOOTING AND PLAYBACK BASICS 20 SHOOTING PICTURES CONSECUTIVELY 26 ADVANCED SHOOTING TECHNIQUES 27 PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS 29 USING MENUS FOR DETAILED ADJUSTMENTS 30 PRINT SETTINGS 38 NOTES ABOUT PICTURE DATA PROCESSING 39 TRANSFERRING PICTURES TO A COMPUTER 39 ERROR CODES 41 OPTIONAL ITEMS 42 COMPATIBILITY OF THE PICTURE DATA 42 SPECIFICATIONS 43 PRECAUTIONS CAUTION Caution concerning the flash c Be careful when taking pictures at close range. c Do not take p

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PRECAUTIONS (Cont.) CAUTION Storage environment c To avoid damage or mis-operation of the camera, only store it where the temperature is –20 ~ 60°C and the humidity 10 ~ 90%. c Do not store in humid places, as condensation may form and cause damage. c To prevent injuries or accidents, keep the camera out of the reach of children. Usage environment c Do not use where there may be a large concentration of flammable or explosive gases, as it may cause a fire or explosion. c To avoid damage or mis-o

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CAUTION Do not use in an airtight device c If may cause the batteries to leak and/or the camera to be damaged. Do not recharge alkaline or lithium batteries c If you try to recharge them, it may cause the batteries to leak and/or the camera to be damaged. Keep out of the reach of children c Make sure children do not take the batteries out when using the camera. If a child is going to use the camera, be sure to teach the child proper usage according to this manual. c When disposing of old batteri

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These instructions are only for quick reference. For more details on the functions described here, refer to the software CD’s instructions on CD-ROM. GETTING STARTED PACKAGE CONTENTS Camera Lens cap Strap Remote control A/V cable USB cable Warranty card Basic manual/ Quick Start Guide Remote control CD-ROMs with instructions Windows 98 USB driver software, Reference manual, and more. Battery charger AA (R6) NiMH Power plug batteries (4 pieces) Instructions 6

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SmartMedia Static-free case Index labels (2 pieces) Write-protect adhesive Instructions seals (4 pieces) ATTACHING THE STRAP Thread the strap through the strap eyelet as shown in the illustration. Pull on it to make sure it is securely fastened to the stopper. Stopper Camera strap eyelet 7

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GETTING STARTED (Cont.) NAMES OF PARTS m Camera 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 0 8 % ^ & ! * $ 9 # ( @ 1 Zoom lever (T/W)/ 0 Remote control receiver Index-display lever ( / ) ! Lens 2 Shutter button @ Flash (built-in) 3 Mode dial # Flash switch ( ) 4 Self-timer lamp/AF assist lamp $ Connector cover 5 Control panel % Remote cable jack ( ) 6 Diopter adjustment dial ^ USB connector 7 5-pin external flash socket ( ) & DC-IN jack 8 Microphone * External microphone jack (MIC) 9 Strap eyelet (

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) q w e r t y W u TY U I i E o p Q R ) Viewfinder y AE lock button (AEL)/Multi-metering q INFO button button/Print button( ) c The card can be selected by u Arrow pad pressing the button while i Monitor pressing down this button. o OK button/Manual focus button c Image writing to the card can be (MF)/Protect button ( ) canceled by pressing (flash p Monitor button ( ) mode button) while pressing Q Menu button ( ) down this button. W Power switch (POWER OFF/ON/ w Flash mode

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GETTING STARTED (Cont.) m Control panel indications : Flash mode c : Red-eye reduction flash, : Off (flash override), : Fill-in flash (forced activation), No indication: Auto flash : Slow shutter synchronization flash c Displayed when is set on the menu. : Flash intensity control c Displayed when is set on the menu. : Card writing c Displayed when recorded pictures are being written to a card. : Sound record c Displayed when is set on the menu. : Card error c When t

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: ISO c Displayed when the ISO is set to any mode except AUTO. When the ISO is increased automatically in the AUTO mode, this indication blinks. : Self-timer/Remote control c Displayed when the Self-timer/remote control shooting is set. Press the button for this setting. : Sequential shooting c Displayed the Sequential shooting is set. Press the button for this setting. : Exposure compensation c Displayed during exposure compensation. : Pre-capture c Displayed when Pre-capture is se

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GETTING STARTED (Cont.) m Viewfinder/Monitor indications (Picture information) Press the Monitor button ( ) to select whether images appear on the Monitor or in the viewfinder. Press the INFO button to select how much information is displayed. The following 3 types of display are available. Shooting mode Only the AF target mark: Warnings (AF confirmation mark and battery check) appear when required. Settings that are changed are displayed for approx. 2 seconds. INFO 4 3 5 6 7 2 + P F2.8 1/800

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1 Flash stand-by/Jitter warning/Flash charge 2 AF confirmation mark 3 Shooting mode 4 Battery check (displayed after the camera is turned on and when warnings appear) 5 Aperture value 6 Shutter speed 7 Exposure compensation/ Exposure differential 8 Drive mode 9 AF target mark 0 Memory gauge ! Card @ Number of storable pictures # Metering mode $ Macro mode % White balance ^ ISO & Record mode * Flash mode ( Slow shutter synchronization flash (not displayed when the flash is in the flash override

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GETTING STARTED (Cont.) Playback mode No information: Only battery check, and card are displayed. Partial information: These indications disappear after a certain amount of time has elapsed. Full information: All indications are displayed all the time while in the playback mode. m Still picture information INFO 1 2 3 4 5 x10 HQ 6 123 7 9 No information 0 , 23.12. 0021:56 [ ] ! SM 3456 8 Partial information INFO INFO x10 1600x1200 HQ # @ 123 $ F2.8 1/800 2.0 ^ % ISO400 & , 23.12. 00 21:56 [ ] S

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m Movie picture information INFO 1 ( 4 5 [ ] ! SM 3456 8 Partial information No information INFO INFO # 6 320x240 HQ 0 9 , 23.12. 00 21:56 [ ] SM FILE:123–34567 * Full information 1 Battery check @ White balance 2 Print reserve # Number of pixels 3 Number of prints $ Aperture value 4 Sound record % Shutter speed 5 Protect ^ Exposure compensation 6 Record mode & ISO 7 Sequential shots * File number (In the Movie playback 8 Frame number mode, the total recording time is 9 Time displayed.) 0 Date (

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GETTING STARTED (Cont.) LOADING THE BATTERIES Make sure the camera Power switch is set to OFF and load the batteries as shown in the illustration. Before using NiMH batteries, be sure to charge them on the exclusive charger. A CR-V3 lithium battery pack cannot be charged. 1 2 4 3 5 8 6 7 When using AA (R6) batteries m Service life of NiMH battery Shooting/Displaying Battery life Number of photos Approx. 50 frames* Display time Approx. 100 minutes* *These figures are for reference only and not g

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INSERTING AND EJECTING THE MEMORY CARD Be sure to use a 3V (3.3 V) card. Do not use a 5 V card. Non-Olympus 3 V (3.3 V) cards must be formatted with the camera. Inserting the card When using the SmartMedia card 1 Set to OFF. Insert the card fully until you feel it lock into place. 2 3 When using the CompactFlash card Insert the card fully until you feel it lock into place. 3 Place the tab on its side. 3 Tab Ejecting the card When using the SmartMedia card When using the CompactFlash card Raise t

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S-Prg M GETTING STARTED (Cont.) SELECTING THE CARD Select the card you are using on the menu. Card type is detected and set automatically when you load either type of card. OR While pressing down the INFO button, press the button. The card type is changed. SETTING THE MODE DIAL You can change modes by turning the mode dial on the top righthand side of the camera. Still picture shooting mode (Program mode): In program mode, you can take a properly exposed photograph by simply aiming the camera an

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SETTING THE DATE AND TIME Press (Menu button) to display the menu. Press on the Arrow pad to select SETUP and press the OK button. Date and time screen P F2.8 1/800 0.0 SM/CF SM 7.5 PRE-CAPTURE OFF WB AUTO [ ] [ ] SM 1/5 Still picture shooting menu : Changes the setting. P F2.8 1/800 0.0 : Moves to other settings. cThe year 2000 is displayed as ’00. MODE SETUP SETUP ISO S-Prg [ ] [ ] SM 5/5 OK Mode setting screen SHOT CANCEL OFF 23.12.’00 OK 12:34 m/ft m [ ] [ ] SM 3/3 SHOT CANCE

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SHOOTING AND PLAYBACK BASICS TURNING THE POWER ON/OFF OFF : Power off c Turn the camera's power switch off. Put on the lens cap. ON : Power on c Remove the lens cap, set the Mode dial to the desired mode and set the Power switch to ON. RESET : c Move the switch to reset momentarily and then release, the power switch will automatically move back to ON. All settings except the mode setting menu will be reset to the factory-preset (initial settings). c Hold the switch in the reset position fo


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