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Indicates circumstances under which mishandling resulting from ignoring this symbol could result in personal injury or property damage. KEEP THE BATTERIES AWAY FROM FIRE. NEVER TRY TO DISASSEMBLE, RECHARGE, OR SHORT-CIRCUIT BATTERIES. 2
NEVER ATTEMPT TO DISASSEMBLE THE CAMERA; IT CONTAINS A HIGH-VOLTAGE CIRCUIT. IF THE INTERNAL PARTS OF THE CAMERA ARE EXPOSED DUE TO DROPPING OR DAMAGE, REMOVE THE BATTERIES IMMEDIATELY TO PREVENT FURTHER USAGE. IN CASE OF MALFUNCTION, CONSULT YOUR NEAREST OLYMPUS DEALER OR OLYMPUS SERVICE CENTER. 3
Names of parts ........................ 6 Viewfinder display/LCD panel.. 8 Cartridge ................................. 11 Diopter adjustment.................. 13 Using the strap ........................ 13 Loading the battery.................. 14 Checking the battery................ 16 Proper shutter release ............. 17 Loading the cartridge film ........ 18 Taking pictures ........................ 21 After shooting .......................... 28 Unloading the cartridge film ..... 29 Sett
Using the RC-200 REMOTE CONTROL (optional)............... 48 Correcting the data................ 52 Printing the date and time...... 54 Care and storage................... 56 Caring for your weatherproof camera.................................. 60 Troubleshooting..................... 63 Specifications ........................ 71 5
NAMES OF PARTS Shutter release button Selftimer indicator Viewfinder Flash* Autofocus window* Light sensor* Lens* Remote control sensor* Lens barrier Strap eyelet Zoom lever * Do not soil as this can cause blurred pictures. Wipe clean with a soft cloth. 6
Diopter adjustment dial Green lamp Orange lamp Viewfinder Print type selector switch Selftimer/remote control button Battery compartment cover Cartridge cover release button Cartridge cover Tripod socket MODE and SET buttons Mid-roll rewind button Flash mode button LCD panel (date/time indicator) 7
VIEWFINDER DISPLAY/ LCD PANEL Viewfinder Display Close-up correction marks The available image area is within these marks when shooting a close- up subject. Orange lamp Lights when the flash is ready to fire. Blinks when the flash is being recharged. Green lamp Lights when the subject is in focus. Blinks when the subject is not in focus (the shutter will not release because the subject is too close). Blinks fast when the subject may not be in focus (because of a difficult-to-focus subject). Auto
LCD Panel ISO film speed mark Exposure counter (ISO speed/ total number of exposures) When you open the lens barrier, this counter first displays the ISO speed and then shows the total number of exposures. Date/time indicator Spot mode Total number of exposures Selftimer/remote control* Red-Eye Reducing Flash mode Off (Flash Override) mode Fill-In Flash mode Night Scene Flash mode Battery check Cartridge mark 9
Notes: • The viewfinder format changes in accordance with the print type selected (p. 31). If you don't use the camera, the LCD goes off after four and half minutes. The LCD panel does not actually display all indications simultaneously as shown. * Optionally available. 10
CARTRIDGE IX24D Cartridge Film Data disk Cartridge spool Lightlock door drive Lightlock door Cartridge spool Cartridge label Visual exposure indicator 11
Visual Exposure Indicator Only cartridges with the (unexposed) visual exposure indicator can be used with this camera. When a cartridge with other than the visual exposure indicator is loaded, the camera will rewind the film and set the cartridge to (exposed). Take along plenty of film cartridges when traveling to foreign countries and other areas where cartridge purchasing may be difficult. Do not forcibly move the visual exposure indicator because this may damage the cartridge. Using a
DIOPTER ADJUSTMENT Turn the diopter adjustment dial until the viewfinder display becomes clear. Turn to the right if you are farsighted or to the left if you are nearsighted. USING THE STRAP Attach the strap as shown. The remote control can be attached to the strap. 13
LOADING THE BATTERY 1. Close the lens barrier. Push OPEN to open the battery compartment cover 2. Insert the new battery correctly. WARNING: KEEP THE BATTERY OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN. IF A CHILD SWALLOWS A BATTERY, CONTACT A DOCTOR IMMEDIATELY. 14
Notes: About 10 rolls of 25-exposure film can be used with one new battery. Keep a spare battery on hand when going on a long trip or to a cold area. Sweat, oil, and so on can prevent a battery's terminals from making electrical contact. To avoid this, wipe both terminals before loading the battery. Dispose of used batteries as general waste according to local regulations. 15
CHECKING THE BATTERY Open the lens barrier until you feel a click. Display: lights (and turns off automatically). Meaning: Battery is OK. You can shoot. Display: blinks and other indicators are displayed normally. Meaning: Battery power is low and battery should be replaced. Display: blinks and other indicators go out. Meaning: Battery is dead and should be replaced immediately. 16
PROPER SHUTTER RELEASE Practice before loading the film. Locks the focus. The green lamp lights. Releases the shutter to take the picture. Cautions: Press the shutter release button gently. Avoid shaking the camera when pressing the shutter release 17 button to prevent blurry pictures.
LOADING THE CARTRIDGE FILM This camera uses IX240 cartridges. Just load the cartridge; the camera does the rest automatically. Open the lens barrier. Make sure is blinking and is not displayed on the LCD panel. Note: If a number is displayed in the exposure counter on the LCD panel, it means that a film cartridge is already loaded and some shots have been taken. Press the cartridge cover release button. Open the cartridge cover. 18
Insert the cartridge correctly and close the cartridge cover. The film will advance automatically to the first frame. While the film is advancing to the first frame, the film speed is displayed on the LCD panel. Make sure the exposure counter reads . If appears blinking, the film will not advance properly. Check the cartridge to ensure the (unexposed) visual indicator appears. 19
Checking Film Already Loaded in the Camera 1. Open the lens barrier until it clicks. is displayed on the LCD panel if a cartridge is already loaded. 2. While the lens is extruding, check to see if the ISO speed is displayed on the LCD panel. After the ISO speed is shown, the total number of exposures will be displayed. Once the lens is fully extruded, the display will switch to the 20 current exposure counter.
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