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Viewfinder indicators Flash indicator Autofocus frame Autofocus indicator Spot metering LCD panel/Mode button Mode button G. MACRO When using the mode button, each mode will be displayed on the LCD panel. However, spot metering will be displayed in the viewfinder. SPOT SELF C. D. E. F. DRIVE + / — SUBJECT FLASH REMOTE LCD panel indicators B. Selftimer/remote control (p. 31) C. Double exposure (p. 50) G. Macro (p. 29) F. Auto flash (p. 21) C. Single-frame advance F. Auto-S flash (p. 23) E. Auto z
Description of controls (1) Macro button LCD panel Power switch Shutter release button Selftimer remote control button Zoom buttons Viewfinder window Spot metering button Grip / shoulder strap Flash reflector Autofocus windows AF illuminator Back cover release — 2 —
Description of controls (2) Mode cover Viewfinder Film window Rewind button Battery cover Tripod socket Functions listed below will not be cancelled when the power switch has been turned OFF. —Auto-S flash mode —The first frame in double exposure mode Flash mode button Drive mode button Subject mode button Exposure compensation mode button — 3 —
Table of contents Description of controls ........................... 2 Fill-in flash........................................... 36 Before you begin................................... 6 Slow-synchro fill-in flash......................... 38 Loading the batteries.............................. 6 Auto zoom mode.................................... 40 Attaching the strap ................................ 8 Infinity mode......................................... 43 Holding the camera ...................
Thank you for purchasing the OLYMPUS Infinity Super Zoom 330. Please read this instruction manual carefully before using the camera. We also recommend that you shoot at least one roll of film just to familiarize yourself with the camera's features. Symbols used in this manual Correct Incorrect operation Order of operation Automatic operation Press lightly Lamp on Lamp blinking Attention — 5 —
Before you begin... Loading the batteries Be sure power switch is OFF. Insert two 3V lithium batteries as shown and Remove battery cover on the side of the replace cover. grip. Use Panasonic CR 123A, Duracell DL 123A, or equivalent. WARNING: Do not mix different types of batteries or new and old batteries at the same time. — 6 —
Switch power ON and check battery power level on the LCD panel. When is displayed, batteries are OK. If flashes, batteries are low, have spares NOTE: LCD panel display switches off auto- handy. matically after 90 seconds if no controls If is displayed continuously, batteries should are used. be replaced immediately. Remove batteries if you do not plan to use the camera for an extended period of time. — 7 —
Attaching the strap — 8 —
Holding the camera Hold the camera correctly. Keep fingers and camera strap away from the lens, viewfinder and flash reflector. NOTE: It is particularly important to hold the camera steady when shooting at longer focal lengths (telephoto); use both hands for maximum stability. — 9 —
Loading the film This camera is designed to use DX-coded 35mm film. DX coding is used by virtually all major film manufacturers. DX coding allows the camera to identify and set the film speed automatically. If DX-coded film is unavailable, use ISO 100 film. *Open the back cover by sliding the back cover release toward the top of the camera. NOTE: Avoid direct light when loading the film. — 10 —
Insert the film cartridge. Do not touch Align the film leader with the film the lens with your finger or the film loading indicator. leader when loading. — 11 —
—If film is improperly loaded, the LCD panel will display a blinking "E". In this case, open the back cover, and realign the film leader. NOTE: Auto-S will be displayed if the camera was in Auto-S mode prior to being * Close the back cover. switched OFF. In all other flash mode, the camera reverts to AUTO when it is switched OFF. (For details on Auto and Auto-S flash mode, see pgs. 21 or 23) —The film will advance automatically and the exposure counter on the LCD panel will display the number "1
Unloading the film * The camera automatically rewinds the film NOTE: If you want to rewind the film before when you reach the end of the roll. the end of the roll, press the rewind button with the tip of a ballpoint pen. Do not use any device with a sharp tip. The final reading of exposure counter before rewinding may be more than the number of exposure specified for the film. —The exposure counter on the LCD panel counts down as the film is rewinding. — 13 —
*Open the back cover, and remove the film cartridge from the camera. —Once the film has been rewound, a blinking "E" will be displayed on the LCD panel. Further operations are not possible until the rewound film cartridge is removed. — 14 —
Simple point & shoot photography How to take pictures * Remove lens cap. *Set power switch ON. To remove the lens cap, press part A. Switch power OFF, when removing lens cap. — 15 —
*Adjust viewfinder. *While looking through the viewfinder, A dioptric correction ring on the view- aim the camera at the subject. finder eyepiece allows photographers who wear eyeglasses to adjust the focus of the viewfinder. Adjustable range is — 2 to +1 diopters. *Use the zoom button to adjust the size of your subject in the frame. (telephoto or wide angle) — 16 —
—Press the "T" (Telephoto) on the zoom —Press the "W" (Wide-angle) on the zoom button to zoom in. (The maximum focal button to zoom out. (The minimum focal length in the "T" position is 105mm.) length in the "W" position is 38mm.) — 17 —
—When correct focus has been achieved, the *Position your subject within the "AF" light will appear in the viewfinder. autofocus frame in the center of the —If the "AF" light is blinking, correct focus viewfinder. was not achieved. If this occurs, let go of the shutter release button. Make sure your subject is within the autofocus frame in the center of the viewfinder and press the shutter release button half-way again. *Press the shutter release button half-way to focus. — 18 —
*When correct focus has been achieved * Switch power OFF when camera is not in (the "AF" light has appeared), press the use. shutter release button fully. As soon as the shutter is released, film will automati- cally advance to the next frame. — 19 —
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