Olympus Stylus 120 STYLUS120Z user manual

User manual for the device Olympus Stylus 120 STYLUS120Z

Device: Olympus Stylus 120 STYLUS120Z
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Date of adding : 2014-04-24 15:25:58
Number of pages: 13
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2 3 WARNING CONTENTS Read this manual carefully before using your camera. Names of parts Camera body ...................................................................... 4 Indicates circumstances which could result in personal injury or property damage. Viewfinder display/LCD panel ............................................. 5 Using the strap/Diopter adjustment ........................................ 6 Loading and checking the battery ........................................... 7 KEEP THE B

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4 5 NAMES OF PARTS — Camera Body NAMES OF PARTS — Viewfinder Display/LCD Panel Viewfinder Display 2 3 1 Autofocus marks Selftimer indicator/remote Viewfinder 2 Spot marks control indicator Autofocus window 5 Light sensor 3 Close-up correction marks Shutter release button 4 1 Flash Zoom lever 4 Green lamp Strap eyelet The subject is in focus. Press the shutter Lights You can shoot release button all the way to take the picture. The subject is not in focus. The shutter will not You can’t Lens

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6 7 USING THE STRAP LOADING AND CHECKING THE BATTERY Use one 3 V lithium battery (CR123A or DL123A). Attach the strap as shown. 1. While pressing the bottom of 1 the battery compartment cover in direction 1, turn it in direction 2 to open. Make sure the lens barrier is closed before opening the battery compartment cover. 2. Insert the battery correctly. 2 Close the battery compart- ment cover. A brand-new battery lasts for about 15 rolls of film. 3. Slide the lens barrier in 3 direction 1 until

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8 9 LOADING THE FILM TAKING PICTURES 1. Slide the back cover release upward 1. Open the lens barrier until it 1 1 to open the back cover. clicks. The lens will extend slightly and the LCD panel will Do not touch the inside of the turn on. Compose your shot. camera, especially the lens. Push the zoom lever to the “T” side for telephoto (120mm) or to 2. Insert the film cartridge until it the “W” side for wide angle clicks into position. (38mm). ISO400 film is recommended. If you are going to use n

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FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY 10 11 Setting the Flash Mode This camera has six flash modes. Choose the mode best Working Distance suited to the photographic conditions and your requirements. Shoot your subject from a distance of 0.6 m (2.0 ft) to infinity. How to select the mode  If the green indicator blinks, the shutter cannot be released. Press the flash mode button ( ). The  Although the shutter will release when a subject is extremely close to mode switches in the order shown the camera, the subject

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FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY 12 13 Auto Flash Flash-Off Use this mode in situations where flash photography is not 1 2 desired or is prohibited or in twilight or night scenes. 1. Press the shutter release button to 2. Press the shutter release make sure the orange lamp lights. button all the way to take the picture. Closing the lens barrier restores the Auto Flash mode. Flash working range (with color negative film) ISO Wide angle (W) Telephoto (T)  Since a slow shutter speed (as low as

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FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY EXPOSURE MODES 14 15 Night Scene Flash Setting the Exposure Mode Use this mode to clearly shoot a subject in the foreground This camera has three exposure modes. Choose the mode that best suits the conditions and your requirements. and a night scene in the background. How to select the mode Press the exposure mode button ( / ). The mode switches in the order shown below. The selected mode is displayed on the LCD panel. Mode display Exposure mode Function Closing the lens barri

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SELFTIMER/REMOTE CONTROL/ 16 17 Camera Shake Indicator CAMERA SHAKE INDICATOR In this mode, the camera warns you before you shoot if How to select the mode camera shake is likely to cause blurring. Also, when there is Press the selftimer/remote control significant camera shake, this mode helps reduce blurring. button ( / ). The mode switches in the order shown below. The selected mode is displayed on the LCD panel. Mode display Mode No display ——————— If the green and orange lamps blink alterna

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18 19 RC-300C (Optional) CORRECTING THE DATE AND TIME If the selftimer/remote control indicator doesn’t blink even Be sure to correct the date and time after the battery has when you press the button, replace the battery with a new been inserted or replaced. one (CR2025). 1. Keep the MODE button pressed 1 until the “year” indicator starts How to replace the battery of the remote control (RC-300C) blinking. 1. Turn the screw on the bottom of the 1 remote control counterclockwise to loosen. 2. Pre

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20 21 PRINTING THE DATE/TIME CARE AND STORAGE First select the date/time mode you want to print. Do not leave the camera in any place exposed to excessive heat, humidity or direct sunlight — for example, in a car or on the Press the MODE button. As you beach. press it, the mode will switch in the order shown below. Do not expose the camera to formalin or naphthalene. If the camera gets wet, wipe it with a dry towel. The salt in Keep the mode you want to print displayed. seawater can be especi

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22 23 SPECIFICATIONS Type: Fully automatic 35 mm autofocus lens-shutter Flash modes: Auto Flash (automatic flash activation in low-light, camera with built-in 38 ~ 120 mm zoom lens. backlight and fluorescent light), Red-Eye Reduction Film format: 35 mm standard DX-coded film (24 x 36 mm). Flash (same as Auto otherwise), Flash-Off (flash Lens: Olympus lens, 38 ~ 120 mm, F5.6 ~ 12.6, 8 elements override with shutter speed extended to 2-sec. max.), in 7 groups. Fill-In (forced activation), Night Sc

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