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Thank you for purchasing the Olympus OM77AF. The OM77AF is a fully automatic SLR camera which incorporates the very latest in photographic technology in an incredibly compact form. Autofocus, programmed exposure modes and an optional Power Flash Grip 300 all facilitate problem-free photography. In addition, connected to a Full- Synchro Flash F280, the world's first flash unit capable of synchronizing with any shutter speed up to 1/2000 sec., the OM77AF offers the user a simple, error-free method
Table of Contents Preparations before Taking Pictures ........ 3 To Take Better Photographs .......... . 54 • Autofocus (AF )................. 55 • Loading the Power Flash Grip 300 Batteries ................... . . . 4 • Program .................... . 57 • Loading the Power Grip 100 Batteries ..... 7 • TTL Direct "OTF" Light Metering ...... . 63 • Mounting an AF Lens .......... . .. . 9 • Viewfinder Display .......... . ... . 64 • LCD Panel ............... . .... . 65 Taking Photographs I ......
Preparations before Taking Pictures 3
Loading the Power Flash Grip 300 Batteries Do not use different types of batteries, or new and old batteries at the same time. Remove the batteries if you are not likely to use the camera for a long time. Remove the battery cover on the bottom of the grip. 1 4
Insert the batteries in the correct directions and replace the cover. 2 4 LR03 (AAA) batteries To remove the grip, slide the grip lock knob and push down on the grip. 5
To replace the grip, align with the indicators and and then push up until it locks. Note: Slide the power switch OFF when loading batteries or replacing the grip. 6
Loading the Power Grip 100 Batteries Remove the battery cover on the bottom of the grip. 1 Insert the batteries in the correct directions and replace the cover. 2 4 LR03 (AAA) batteries 7
To remove the grip, slide the grip lock knob and push down on the grip. To replace the grip, align with the indicators and and then push up until it locks. 8
Mounting an AF Lens To mount an OM lens, refer to page 37. Remove the rear lens cap and the body cap. 1 9
Align the red dots and slowly rotate the lens until it locks. Do not touch the lens release button when mounting the lens. 2 Remove the front lens cap. 3 Removing the Lens: Press the lens release button and turn the lens counterclockwise. 10
Taking Photographs I With autofocus and programmed exposure, the OM77AF puts the fascinating world of SLR photography at your fingertips; a perfect shot is only a press of the shutter release away. 11
Turning on the power When power is switched ON, the lens is set t o and all functions reset (see page 28). Slide the power switch ON. 1 Film speed and battery condition are shown for 1.5 sec. Battery power below 50 % Change the batteries. OK 12
Loading the Film Loading and film-speed selection for DX film are automatic. Use only lSO 100 when using non- DX film. Make sure film is DX type. 1 To open the back, press the locking button and slide the release knob. 2 13
Avoiding direct sunlight, insert the film cartridge. 3 Take care not to touch the shutter curtain with your finger or the film leader. Align the film leader with the mark and gear the sprocket teeth to the film perforations. 4 Close the camera back and .... 5 14
The film is automatically wound on until the exposure counter reads 1. When the film is incorrectly loaded, blinks. Reload the film. Film type confirmation is possible through the window in the camera back. 15
Taking Photographs Press the shutter release halfway to activate the viewfinder display. 1 (The display continues for 30 sec.) Frame your subject. 2 Do not touch the front-most part of the lens. 16
Place your subject in the center of the autofocus frame. 3 Press the shutter release halfway to focus. 4 A green light indicates the subject is in focus. (A red light indicates autofocus is not possible.) Over-exposure Under-exposure warning: warning: blinks. blinks. 17
Press down on the shutter release. 5 The film is automatically advanced one frame. In poor light conditions, the autofocus illuminator is automatically activated to determine the correct distance. However, there are some cases depending on the type of lenses used in which it cannot be used. Even in these conditions the subject distance can be determined when using the F280. 18
When battery power falls below 50 %, blinks after each shot, and charge time is increased when using the Power Flash Grip 300; therefore, changing the batteries is recommended. 19
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