Olympus EPM1KS user manual

User manual for the device Olympus EPM1KS

Device: Olympus EPM1KS
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Date of adding : 2013-05-02 15:25:20
Number of pages: 129
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Summary of the content on the page No. 1

Basic guide
Quick task index
Table of Contents
DIGITAL CAMERA
Basic photography/frequently-
1. used options
2. Other shooting options
3. Flash shooting
Instruction Manual
4. Shooting and viewing movies
5. Playback options
6. Sending and receiving images
7. Using OLYMPUS Viewer 2/[ib]
8. Printing pictures
9. Camera setup
10. Customizing camera settings
11. Information
12. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
System chart
Index
Thank you for purchasing an Olympus digital camera. Before you start to use your new
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Summary of the content on the page No. 2

■ This notice concerns the supplied fl ash unit and is chiefl y directed to users in North America. Information for Your Safety IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS When using your photographic equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following: • Read and understand all instructions before using. • Close supervision is necessary when any fl ash is used by or near children. Do not leave fl ash unattended while in use. • Care must be taken as burns can occur from to

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Unpack the box contents The following items are included with the camera. If anything is missing or damaged, contact the dealer from whom you purchased the camera. Body cap Strap USB cable AV cable Camera CB-USB6 (Monaural) CB-AVC3 • Flash case • Computer software CD-ROM • Instruction manual • Warranty card Flash Lithium ion Lithium ion FL-LM1 battery charger PS-BLS1 (BLS-1) PS-BCS1 (BCS-1) or BLS-5 or BCS-5 Attaching the strap Thread the strap in the direction of Lastly, pull the strap tig

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Basic guide Preparations for shooting Charging and inserting the battery Charging the battery. 1 Charging indicator Charging indicator Direction indicating mark BCS-1 BCS-5 3 Charging in Lights orange Lithium ion battery progress Lights Charging Off blue complete Blinks orange Charging error 1 AC wall outlet (Charging time: Up to approximately Lithium ion 3 hours 30 minutes) charger 2 AC cable # Cautions • Unplug the charger when charging is complete. • Use only compatible battery char

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Basic guide Preparations for shooting Inserting and removing cards Loading the card. 1 • Insert the SD/SDHC/SDXC/Eye-Fi card (referred to as “card” in these instructions) until it locks in place. g “Card basics” (P. 99) # Cautions • Turn off the camera before loading or removing the card. Removing the card Press the inserted card lightly and it will be ejected. Pull out the card. # Cautions • Do not remove the battery or card while the card write indicator (P. 24) is displayed. Closing th

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Basic guide Preparations for shooting Attaching a lens to the camera Remove the body cap from the camera and the rear cap from the lens. 1 1 2 1 2 Attach a lens to the camera. 2 # Cautions • Make sure the camera is turned off. Lens • Do not press the lens release button. attachment • Do not touch internal portions of the mark camera. Alignment mark • Align the lens attachment mark (red) on the camera with the alignment mark (red) on the lens, then insert the lens into the camera’s body. •

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Basic guide Preparations for shooting Attaching the fl ash unit Remove the terminal cover from the fl ash unit and attach the fl ash to the 1 camera. • Slide the fl ash unit all the way in, stopping when it contacts the back of the shoe and is securely in place. UNLOCK switch 1 2 To use the fl ash, raise the fl ash head. 2 • Lower the fl ash head when the fl ash is not in use. Removing the Flash Unit UNLOCK switch Press the UNLOCK switch while removing the 2 fl ash unit. 1 EN 7

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Basic guide Preparations for shooting Power on Press the ON/OFF button to turn on the camera. • When the camera is turned on, the (blue) power lamp will light and the monitor will turn on. • When the camera is turned on, dust reduction will be performed to remove dust from the surface of the image sensor fi lter. • To turn off the power, press the ON/OFF button again. ON/OFF button ■ Monitor Battery level 7 (green): Camera ready to shoot. Displayed for about 10 seconds after the camera is tu

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Basic guide Preparations for shooting Setting the date/time Date and time information is recorded on the card together with the images. The fi le name is also included with the date and time information. Be sure to set the correct date and time before using the camera. Display the menus. 1 • Press the MENU button to display the top menu. MENU button Use HI to select [SETUP] and press Q. 2 P A ART SCN SETUP A n S M Setup Menu Select [X] in the [d] (setup) tab. 3 X --.--.-- --:-- 1 English W •

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Basic guide Names of parts and functions Names of parts Camera 1 6 2 7 3 8 4 3 9 5 0 e f d a b c 1 Shutter button ...............P. 13, 14, 36, 92 9 Lens release button ..........................P. 6 2 ON/OFF button ................................P. 8 0 Lens lock pin 3 Strap eyelet.......................................P. 3 a Tripod socket 4 Lens attachment mark ......................P. 6 b Battery/card compartment cover.......P. 4 5 Mount (Remove the body cap before c Battery/card compartment

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Basic guide Names of parts and functions 3 4 1 5 2 6 87 9 F (Up) / F (Exposure compensation) button (P. 40) H (Left) / I (Right) / P (AF target) button (P. 37) / # (Flash) button (P. 59) G button (P. 63, 64) U button (P. 63, 64) Q button Control dial* (j) (P. 16, 50 – 53) (P. 22, 23) • Rotate to choose an option. G (Down) / jY (Sequential shooting/Self-timer) button (P. 49) 1 Accessory port ....................P. 71, 81, 90 6 INFO (Information display) button ...............................P

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Basic guide Names of parts and functions Choosing a Shooting Mode Choose from a variety of shooting modes. After choosing the shooting mode, use the shutter button to take photographs and the R button to shoot movies. Press the MENU button to display the top menu. 1 Use HI to select a shooting mode. 2 • In the P/A/S/M column, use FG to highlight P, A, S, or M. ■ Movie mode Movie (P. 61) n MENU button P A ART SCN n SETUP A S M ■ Easy shooting modes ■ Advanced shooting modes iAUTO (P. 20) A Pro

Summary of the content on the page No. 13

Basic guide Names of parts and functions Shutter button R button Mode Photos: shutter button Movies: R button Aperture and shutter speed are P automatically adjusted for optimal results. A You control aperture. S You control shutter speed. You control aperture and shutter The camera automatically adjusts M speed. settings and records a movie. A full auto mode in which the camera A automatically optimizes settings for the current scene. ART Select an art fi lter. SCN Select a scene. Photograp

Summary of the content on the page No. 14

Basic guide Basic operations Taking photographs/shooting movies Frame the shot. 1 • Be sure your fi ngers, the strap, or other objects do not obstruct the lens. Horizontal grip Vertical grip Using lenses with an UNLOCK switch 1 Retractable lenses with an UNLOCK switch can not 4 be used while retracted. 3 Turn the zoom ring in the direction of arrow ( ) to 1 extend the lens ( ). 2 To store, turn the zoom ring in the direction of arrow ( ) while sliding the UNLOCK switch ( ). 4 3 2 Adjust the

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Basic guide Basic operations Pressing the shutter button halfway and all the way down The shutter button has two positions. The act of lightly pressing the shutter button to the fi rst position and holding it there is called “pressing the shutter button halfway,” that of pressing it all the way down to the second position “pressing the shutter button all (or the rest of) the way down.” Press the rest of the way down Press halfway Release the shutter. 3 Press the rest of Taking photographs t

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Basic guide Basic operations Playback/Erasing Viewing Images Single-frame playback • Press the q button to display your most recent photograph or movie. Control dial 100-0020 L N 2011.05.01 12:30 20 Displays the Displays the next Still image previous frame frame WB WB WB WB P AUT AUT AUT AUTO O O O HD 100-0004 2011.05.01 12:30 4 q button Movie Close-up playback • In single-frame playback, press U (I) to zoom in up to 14×. Press G (H) to return to single-frame playback. 2x Index display/Cal

Summary of the content on the page No. 17

Basic guide Basic operations Volume Volume can be adjusted by pressing F or G during single-frame and movie playback. 00:00:02/00:00:14 Erasing images Display an image you want to delete and press Q to display the playback menu. Use FG to highlight [Erase] and press Q, then highlight [Yes] and press Q to delete the picture. JPEG Send A Picture Erase Q button Back Set Protecting images 0 (protect) icon Protect images from accidental deletion. Display an image you wish to protect and press Q to

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

Basic guide Basic operations Using art fi lters Select ART as the shooting mode. 1 • g “Choosing a Shooting Mode” (P. 12) ART 1 Pop Art 1 Q ISO 400 L N HD 01:02:03 01:02:03 250 250 F5.6 0.0 0.0 Exit Set 1023 1023 • Press Q or press the shutter button halfway to display the view through the lens in the monitor. Press Q to return to the art fi lter menu. Types of art fi lters j Pop Art m Pin Hole k Soft Focus n Diorama l Grainy Film o Dramatic Tone Shoot. 2 # Cautions • If [RAW] is currently sel

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Basic guide Basic operations Shooting in scene mode Select SCN as the shooting mode. 1 • g “Choosing a Shooting Mode” (P. 12) SCN 1 Portrait Q ISO 400 L N HD 01:02:03 01:02:03 250 250 F5.6 Exit Set 1023 1023 • Press Q or press the shutter button halfway to display the view through the lens in the monitor. Press Q to return to the scene menu. Types of scene modes O Portrait r Nature Macro P e-Portrait Q Candle L Landscape R Sunset K Landscape+Portrait T Documents J Sport s Panorama (P. 54) G

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Basic guide Basic operations Using live guides Live guides are available in iAUTO (A) mode. While iAUTO is a full auto mode, live guides make it easy to access a variety of advanced photographic techniques. Guide item Level bar/selection Clear & Vivid Change Color Saturation Q 0 Flat & Muted Cancel Cancel Set Guide item Level bar/selection Affects Saturation, contrast, Change Color Saturation Clear & Vivid Flat & Muted gradation, etc. Color temperature, Change Color Image Warm Cool gradation,


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