Olympus Newpic Zoom 90 user manual

User manual for the device Olympus Newpic Zoom 90

Device: Olympus Newpic Zoom 90
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Date of adding : 2014-06-02 15:25:44
Number of pages: 63
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INSTRUCTIONS
Before using your camera, read this manual carefully to ensure
correct use.

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Thank you for purchasing an Olympus camera. Before you start to use your new camera, please read these instructions carefully to obtain optimum performance an a longer service life from the unit. Ignoring this warning may result in the death or serious injury of the user. KEEP THE BATTERIES AWAY FROM FIRE. NEVER TRY TO DISASSEMBLE, RECHARGE, OR SHORT CIRCUIT BATTERIES. NEVER ATTEMPT TO DISASSEMBLE THE CAMERA; IT CONTAINS A HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUIT. IF THE INTERNAL PARTS OF THE CAMERA ARE EXPOSED DUE

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• Before using your camera, read this manual carefully to ensure correct use.  We recommend that you take test shots to get accustomed to your camera before taking important photographs. MAIN FEATURES Built-in 30mm - 90mm 3X zoom lens. Use IX240 cartridge film for simple one-touch film loading. Three types of prints (C, H, P) can be obtained by setting the selector switch. A magnetic head records important printing data on the film. Use only processors displaying the mark when requesting film d

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Names and functions of parts ................................................. 6 PREPARATIONS Viewfinder display/LCD panel ................................................... 8 Cartridge ................................................................................ 9 Diopter adjustment ..................................................................... 11 Using the strap/soft case ...................................................... 11 Outline of operations ................................

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Setting the print type ......................................................... 27 ADVANCED TECHNIQUES Using the snooting modes ..................................................... 32 Auto Flash .......................................................................... 34 Red-eye Reducing Flash ............................................ 35 Off (Flash Override) ....................................................... 36 Fill-In Flash (Forced Activation) ................................... 37 L

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NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS Shutter release button Selftimer signal Strap eyelet Cartridge cover release lever (p. 19) Light sensor Viewflnder Flash Autofocus window Lens Lens barrel Do not soil as this can cause blurred pictures. Wipe clean with a soft cloth. 6 PREPARATIONS

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Diopter adjustment lever Battery compartment cover (p. 15) Quartz date mode buttons (p. 44) Control panel Print type selector switch (p. 27) Tripod socket Cartridge cover Power switch (p. 16) LCD panel Zoom lever (p. 21) T — telephoto W — wide-angle Viewfinder 7

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VIEWFINDER DISPLAY/LCD PANEL VIEWFINDER DISPLAY LCD PANEL Close-up correction Shooting mode display marks (p. 23) (p. 32) Autofocus frame Quartz date mode Position your subject display (p. 44) within the autofocus Remote control display frame. Selftimer display (p. 41) Green lamp Battery check Red lamp Cartridge mark Lights when a cartridge is H type loaded. P type Exposure counter display C type The viewfinder format changes in accordance with the print * type selected (p. 27). The LCD panel d

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CARTRIDGE IX 240 Cartridge Film Data disk Cartridge spool Lightlock door drive Lightlock door Cartridge spool Cartridge label Visual Exposure Indicator Never apply undue force to the cartridge spool, lightlock door  drive or lightlock door because this can result in damage or exposure of the film. Using a damaged cartridge can cause camera trouble. Do not allow the data disk to become soiled because this can  render the cartridge unusable. 9

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Understanding the Visual Exposure Indicator Unexposed Partially exposed Exposed Processed 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

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DIOPTER ADJUSTMENT To Adjust the Viewfinder to Compensate for Near-and far-sighted Vision Slide the diopter adjustment lever until the viewfinder display becomes clear. Slide to the right if you are far-sighted or to the left if you are near-sighted. USING THE STRAP/SOFT CASE The soft case can also be carried on a belt. 11

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OUTLINE OF OPERATIONS Basic Shooting Procedures Load a battery (p. 15). 1. Turn on the power switch. 2. Make sure mark is not displayed on the LCD panel. Open the cartridge cover (p. 19). 3. Insert a cartridge (p. 20). 4. 12

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Close the cartridge cover. The film will 5. automatically advance to the first frame (p. 20). Make sure is displayed and the 6. exposure counter reads . Operate the zoom lever to compose 7. the scene (p. 21). Place the autofocus frame on the 8. subject on which you want to focus (p. 22). 13

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Press the shutter release button halfway 9. to make sure the green lamp lights. Press the shutter release button fully and 10. take the picture (p. 22). The shutter will not release when the red lamp is blinking. When the film reaches the end, it will 11. automatically rewind (p. 26). will be displayed on the LCD panel. Open the cartridge cover and remove 12. the cartridge (p. 26). 14

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LOADING THE BATTERY Use one 3V lithium battery (DL123A or CR123A) Slide the battery compartment 1. cover. Open the cover as shown. When replacing the battery, make sure to turn the power switch OFF before unloading the batteries. Insert the new battery correctly as 2. shown and close the battery compartment cover tightly. Align the (+) and (-) directions of the batteries correctly as shown. Read "Battery Handling" on page 52. 15

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CHECKING THE BATTERY Turn the power switch ON and check the battery condition. Immediately after the battery has been replaced, the battery power level may not be accurately displayed on the LCD panel. Turn the power switch ON to check the accurate battery power level. Display Meaning lights. Battery is OK. lights. Battery is low and should be replaced. blinks. Battery is dead and should be replaced immediately. Note: Keep spare batteries on hand when going on a long trip or when using the camer

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POINTS TO REMEMBER Hold the Camera Correctly. Correct. 1. Correct. 2. Incorrect. 3. Try not to hold the barrel.  Keep your fingers and the strap away from the lens and flash.  As the focal length becomes larger, camera shake or  movement becomes more noticeable. Hold the camera firmly with both hands while keeping your elbows at sides to prevent the camera from shaking. In the vertical position, hold the camera with its flash  positioned at the top. 17

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Proper Shutter Release. The shutter release button has two clicks. Practice before loading the film. Depress the shutter release button 1. halfway to lock the focus. Focus and exposure will be locked properly. Make sure The green lamp next to the viewfinder lights. Depress the shutter release button fully 2. to release the shutter and take the picture. Cautions: Press the shutter release button gently. • Avoid shaking the camera when pressing the shutter  release button to prevent blurry pict

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LOADING THE CARTRIDGE FILM This camera uses IX240 cartridges. Just load the cartridge; the camera does the rest automatically. Make sure is not displayed on the 1. LCD panel. Note: Use only cartridges with the (Unex- posed) visual exposure indicator (p. 10). Move the cartridge cover release 2. lever as shown. Open the cartridge cover. 19 BASIC OPERATIONS

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Insert the cartridge correctly and close 3. 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 4. If or appears blinking, the film will not advance properly Check the cartridge to ensure the (unexposed) visual exposure indicator appears 20


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