Olympus FL 36R user manual

User manual for the device Olympus FL 36R

Device: Olympus FL 36R
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Date of adding : 2014-06-02 15:25:44
Number of pages: 56
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Electronic Flash
FL-36R
Instruction Manual

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Names of parts Flash AF illuminator light-emitting Wide panel area gP. 28, 34 gP. 24 When the subject is dark or low-contrast, the built-in AF illuminator emits light to facilitate focusing. Light-emitting area Remote sensor gP. 35 Auto light receptor gP. 16 Lock pin gP. 9 Lock ring gP. 9 Electric contacts gP. 9 Checking the package contents The following items are included with the electronic flash. If anything is missing or damaged, contact the dealer from whom you purchased the electro

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Bounce lock release button (left-right direction) gP. 9, 22 Bounce up/down angle Bounce lock release indices gP. 22 button (up-down direction) gP. 9, 22 Bounce left/right angle Accessory shoe indices gP. 22 AUTO CHECK lamp gP. 12 MODE button gP. 12 Control panel gP. 4 Battery compartment cover gP. 7 CHARGE lamp/TEST LIGHT button button gP. 11 Press to light up the control panel for about 15 sec. The control panel also Dial lights under control by a digital camera with communicatio

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Control panel Super FP flash Flash control mode Flash intensity control FOUR THIRDS gP. 18, 20 gP. 13 gP. 14 gP. 29 Wide panel Firing angle gP. 24 (ZOOM) mode Close-up flash gP. 21 gP. 25 Firing angle ISO sensitivity (ZOOM) gP. 30, 46 value gP. 21 Guide number (GN) Aperture (F) gP. 17, 38, 44 gP. 16, 30, 37, 46 Setting display Feet gP. 29 Meter gP. 29 Notes on this manual The indications on the control panel may differ from those shown in the illustration above depending on the setup of

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Table of contents Names of parts ............................................................................... 2 Flash .............................................................................................. 2 Control panel ................................................................................. 4 Basic shooting ................................................................................ 7 Loading batteries ....................................................................

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Light control range in AUTO mode ............................................... 46 Continuous firing........................................................................... 47 Safety precautions (Be sure to read and observe the following) ........... 48 Caution for usage environment .................................................... 52 Specifications ............................................................................... 54 6 EN

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Basic shooting Loading batteries The batteries are available separately. Always use one of the following battery combinations. AA (R6) alkaline batteries/AA (R6) NiMH batteries/ AA (R6) lithium batteries/AA (R6) oxyride batteries/ AA (R6) NiCd batteries : × 2 Lithium battery packs (CR-V3 type) (Olympus LB-01) : × 1 x Notes AA (R6) manganese batteries cannot be used. Do not mix old and new batteries or batteries of different types together. Carry spare batteries when traveling or when us

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Flash interval and flash count Batteries used Flash interval Flash count AA (R6) alkaline batteries Approx. 7.5 sec. Approx. 140 times AA (R6) NiMH batteries Approx. 5.5 sec. Approx. 200 times (2,400 mAh) AA (R6) lithium batteries Approx. 7.5 sec. Approx. 260 times AA (R6) oxyride batteries Approx. 6.5 sec. Approx. 140 times CR-V3 lithium battery pack Approx. 6.5 sec. Approx. 320 times * Measurements obtained from in-house tests at Olympus. Actual figures may vary depending on shooting conditio

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Attaching to the camera Confirm that both the camera and electronic flash are off. Attaching or removing the electronic flash while either the flash or the camera is on may result in malfunction. 1 Pressing the bounce lock release button, place the light-emitting section in standard position (horizontal, front). Bounce lock Bounce lock release button release button (left-right direction) (up-down direction) Hot shoe cover 2 Remove the hot shoe cover from the camera. Store the hot shoe cove

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4 Slide the electronic flash all the way into the hot shoe until it stops with a click (1). 5 Turn the lock ring as far as it will go in the direction of LOCK (2). 2 1 How to remove 1 Loosen the lock ring completely, then slide the electronic flash out of the hot shoe. 2 Attach the hot shoe cover to the camera. Using with a camera not equipped with hot shoe If the camera has an external flash connector, connect the electronic flash using the flash bracket and bracket cable (optional). The

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Turning on the electronic flash Turn on the camera and electronic flash only after attaching to the camera. After turning on the electronic flash, be sure to check the remaining battery charge. AUTO CHECK lamp 1 Press the POWER button. Control panel The control panel lights up and battery charging starts. Press the POWER button again to turn the electronic flash off. 2 Verify that the CHARGE lamp lights up. Replace the batteries if the time it takes for the CHARGE lamp to light up exceed

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Shooting Let’s try shooting pictures using the TTL AUTO mode. In TTL AUTO mode the flash intensity is controlled automatically according to the camera’s settings. Firing angle 1 Set the camera’s shooting mode to P Displayed according to the (Program Auto). focal length of the lens. Flash control mode 2 Press the MODE button of the electronic flash repeatedly to set the flash control mode to [TTL AUTO]. 3 Press the shutter button halfway. Shooting information will be communicated between

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Flash control modes Select the flash control mode according to the subject and the shooting conditions. Press the MODE button repeatedly to change the flash control mode. Control Ref. Control operation Main application panel display page The flash light intensity is controlled automatically Usually use this according to the camera’s setup. mode with a camera P. 12 The flash will be adjusted based with communication on the brightness taken through capability. the camera’s lens. The flash li

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Operation of the flash in each shooting mode Values and operation details in the table will vary depending on the camera. Refer to your camera’s instruction manual. Shooting Flash emission Shutter speed Aperture mode The camera sets the shutter speed automatically. At the shooting conditions The camera sets the P that will trigger a flash aperture automatically. emission, shutter speed is fixed at 1/30 or 1/60. The flash is emitted automatically when The aperture will be either backli

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Flash intensity control 2 Turn the dial to select a flash intensity value. Turning the dial toward + will change the value as follows: 0 +0.3 +0.7 +1.0... +3.0. Turning the dial toward – will change the value as follows: 0 -0.3 -0.7 -1.0... -3.0. 3 When the camera’s flash intensity Flash intensity value control mode is set, the actual flash light intensity will be the total of the flash intensity value set on the electronic flash and that set on the camera. The flash intensity valu

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Other flash photography modes AUTO The flash light intensity is controlled automatically by measuring the amount of light through the auto light receptor. This mode uses the settings on the camera together with the settings on the electronic flash. Firing angle 1 The control panel shows the light control Displayed according range according to the camera’s setup. to the focal length of the lens. The light control range is not displayed if the camera’s setup (ISO sensitivity and aperture

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MANUAL In this mode, the flash is emitted according to the guide number (GN) setting. Firing angle 1 Turn the dial to set the guide number. Displayed according to the focal length of the lens. The control panel shows the guide number set and the optimum shooting distance according to the camera’s setup. 2 If the distance to the subject does not match the optimum shooting distance, change the guide number or the distance to the subject. The optimum shooting distance varies according to

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FP TTL AUTO In this mode, the electronic flash uses Super FP flash to synchronize with high shutter speeds. The following operations are possible using Super FP flash. Attenuation of shades when shooting a backlit picture. Outdoor portrait shooting using daytime fill-in flash shooting with the aperture opened up to blur the background. Shooting against light Without flash With flash (FP TTL AUTO) Portrait shooting With aperture open With aperture adjusted 18 EN

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Mode 1 The control panel shows the light control Firing angle range according to the camera’s setup. 2 Confirm that the distance to the subject is within the light control range. If it is not within the light control range, change the distance to the subject or the camera’s setup. The light control range varies according to the camera’s setup (ISO sensitivity, Light control AUTO CHECK range aperture value, lens focal length and lamp shutter speed). 3 When flash activation has been per

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FP MANUAL In this mode, Super FP flash is performed at the set flash intensity. Firing angle 1 Turn the dial to set the guide number. Displayed according to the focal length of the lens. The control panel shows the guide number set and the optimum shooting distance according to the camera’s setup. 2 If the distance to the subject does not match the optimum shooting distance, change the settings or the distance to the subject. The optimum shooting distance varies according to the camera’


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