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Please read this instruction manual carefully before using the camera, so that you may be sure of taking correctly exposed, properly focused and beautifully composed pic- tures every time you use your OM-2S PROGRAM. We sincerely wish that your OM-2S PROGRAM will become a source of unending satisfaction for you. Note: All the components of the Olympus OM-2S PROGRAM are carefully designed and their produc- tion and assembly is strictly controlled to enhance the unmatched performance of the system.
TABLE OF CONTENTS < Preparations before Taking Pictures > < OM System > • Mounting the Lens ...................4 Changing the Focusing Screen .......... 35 Detaching the Lens ..................5 Changing the Camera Back ............ 36 Inserting the Batteries .................6 Attaching the Electronic Flash ........... 37 Checking the Batteries ................7 Attaching the Motor Drive or Winder .......39 Loading the Film ....................8 Handling Care .................
OM-2S PROGRAM < Preparations before Taking Pictures > A-3
Mounting the Lens 1 2 Remove the body and rear lens caps. Remove the front lens cap. (Press in the mount tabs on the edges of the lens cap parallel with "OLYMPUS"). A-4
Detaching the Lens 3 Align the red dots and rotate the lens clock- Press the lens release button and turn the len wise until it locks. counter-clockwise. A-5
Inserting the Batteries 1 2 Remove the battery cover. Wipe battery surfaces clean. Make sure that + signs are facing upwards. Correct Incorrect SR44 ( LR44) × 2 A-6
Checking the Batteries 1 2 The audible and visual signals will tell you that Press the mode selector lever to the "BAT- the battery voltage is sufficient. TERY CHECK" position. If these signals are emitted intermittently, it means that the batteries are almost worn out. Replace them with new ones as soon as possible. * Make sure that the shutter speed ring is not set at 1/60 sec. or B (in red). ** Be sure to make battery check after replacing batteries. A-7
Loading the Film 2 1 Place the film cartridge in the film chamber. Pull up on the rewind knob to open the cam- era back. Always load film in the shade. Tear off the top of the film box and insert it into the memo holder. It will remind you which film you are using. A-8
3 4 Insert the film leader into the take-up spool. Wind the film once. Correct Incorrect A-9
5 6 Continue to advance the film till sprockets are Take up the slack by turning the rewind crank caught on both edges of the film. clockwise. A-10
Setting the Exposure Counter to "1" 7 1 Face the camera toward light and take two blind shots. Close the camera back until it clicks into place. A-11
Setting the ISO Film Speed 1 2 Lift up the outer collar and rotate until the Align the exposure line with the index ISO speed appears in the window. A-12
OM-2S PROGRAM < Basic Shooting Mode > A-13
Programmed Exposure on TTL Direct "OTF" Light Metering (Center-Weighted Averaging Method) 1 2 Set the mode selector lever to the "PRO- Set the lens to its minimum aperture. GRAM" position. B-7 A-14
3 4 Turn the focus ring in either direction until Press the shutter release slightly to turn on the the subject is sharpest. viewfiner. You can focus using any of the focusing aids: (A built-in battery conserver turns off the view- Split-image rangefinder Microprism collar finder display after 90 sec.) Surronding ground glass. B-10 A-15
5 6 Press the shutter release to take the picture. A-16
Rewinding the Film 1 2 When the exposure counter indicates the end Push the "R" button. of your roll of film A-17
3 4 Fold out the rewind crank and wind it until Open the camera back by pulling up on the the film tension is released. rewind knob and remove the film. A-18
TTL Direct "OTF" Light Metering (Center-Weighted Averaging Method) 1 2 Set the mode selector lever to the "AUTO" Set the aperture. position. B-20 A-19
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