Olympus Stylus Verve S user manual

User manual for the device Olympus Stylus Verve S

Device: Olympus Stylus Verve S
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Date of adding : 2014-04-20 15:26:10
Number of pages: 158
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Summary of the content on the page No. 1

DIGITAL CAMERA
Detailed explanations of all the
Advanced
functions for getting the most out
of your camera.
Manual
Basic Operation
Basic Shooting
Advanced Shooting
Playing Back
Printing
Online Pictures
Camera Settings
Thank you for purchasing an Olympus digital camera. Before you start to use your
new camera, please read these instructions carefully to enjoy optimum performance
and a longer service life. Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
We recommend that you take tes

Summary of the content on the page No. 2

How to use this manual (Indications used in this manual A sample page is shown below to explain how to read the instructions in this manual. Look at it carefully before taking or viewing pictures. See the reference pages for further details on how to use the buttons or menus. Set the mode dial to one of these symbols. g “Mode dial” (P.9) Select the menus in the order indicated by . g“Menus” (P.12) Procedures differ for album playback mode. Available languages vary depending on the area whe

Summary of the content on the page No. 3

Composition of the manual Table of Contents P.4 Basic operation P.8 You’ll find important points for 1 getting the most out of your camera here. Tips before you start Read this part before taking taking pictures P.17 pictures. 2 Basic shooting functions P.25 3 Explanation of techniques from basic to advanced, giving you Advanced shooting an understanding of all the functions P.36 functions related to taking 4 pictures. Additional shooting functions P.44 5 To view, edit and sort the Pl

Summary of the content on the page No. 4

Table of Contents How to use this manual....................................................................... 2 Composition of the manual ................................................................. 3 1 Basic operation - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -8 Mode dial............................................................................................. 9 Direct buttons.................................................................................... 10 Menus ..............

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Table of Contents 5 Additional shooting functions - - - - - - - - - - -44 Recording movies ....................................................................... 45 Sequential shooting .................................................................. 47 Self-timer shooting ..................................................................... 48 Panorama shooting ........................................................................... 49 Taking two-in-one pictures ...........................

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Table of Contents 7 Settings- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -81 All reset ............................................................................................. 82 Selecting a language .............................................................. 83 Power on setup ................................................................................. 84 Screen setup..................................................................................... 85 Screen color.......

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Table of Contents 9 Connecting the camera to a computer - - - - 108 Flow................................................................................................. 109 Using OLYMPUS Master ................................................................ 110 What is OLYMPUS Master?...................................................... 110 Installing OLYMPUS Master ..................................................... 111 Connecting the camera to a computer ..................................

Summary of the content on the page No. 8

1 Basic operation Basic operation 1 Did you ever feel that advanced shooting and editing functions are only for professional photographers? With their experience and skill, they can make all kinds of fine adjustments to achieve a variety of effects. Now you too can achieve such effects simply by using the buttons on your digital camera. You can use the advanced functions available on your camera by setting the menu items to adjust the amount of light passing through the aperture or al

Summary of the content on the page No. 9

Basic operation Mode dial This camera features a mode dial for selecting the camera’s mode. The modes are divided into shooting and playback modes. Select the mode you want, then press the POWER switch to turn the camera on. 1 Shooting modes Set the mode dial to take pictures or movies. Playback mode Set the mode dial to this position to view individual pictures and movies. (About the mode dial K This function allows you to take still pictures. Shooting modes A This function allows you to r

Summary of the content on the page No. 10

Direct buttons By using the direct buttons, operating the camera is even easier. 1 Of button In K mode, Of lets you select the optimum settings for the shooting conditions for the camera. g“Selecting a shooting mode according to the situation” (P.26) 1 PROGRAM AUTO SELECT GO OK Y# (Flash mode) button In K mode, press Y# repeatedly to change the setting. The setting changes in the following order with each press of the button. g“Flash shooting” (P.34) AUTO (Auto-flash) ! (red-eye red

Summary of the content on the page No. 11

Basi Basic operation c operation Direct buttons e button Pressing e displays the top menu. g“Menus” (P.12) 1 MODE MENU WB NY (Self-timer) button In shooting modes, press NY repeatedly to change the setting. The setting alternates between [Y ON] and [Y OFF]. g“Self-timer shooting” (P.48) ON OFF HQ HQ 2560 1920 2560 1920 30 30 0030 30 HQ HQ 2 2560 560 1920 1920 330 30 330 3000 X& (Macro) button In shooting modes, press X& repeatedly to change the setting. The setting switches betw

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Menus QUICK VIEW button/- (Album playback) button In shooting modes, pressing the QUICK VIEW button displays the last picture taken on the monitor. All the functions in normal playback mode are available. g“Playback” (P.53) 1 To return to shooting mode for taking the next picture, press the QUICK VIEW button or press the shutter button halfway. In playback mode, press the - button to enable album playback mode. The album selection screen is displayed on the monitor. g“Playing back albums”

Summary of the content on the page No. 13

Basi Basic operation c operation Menus Shortcut menus 1 Shooting still pictures/movies gP.40 MODE MENU gP.41 WB gP.21 Playback still pictures Playback movies gP.56 MOVIE PLAYBACK gP.58 ALBUM ENTRY MODE MENU ALBUM ENTRY MODE MENU ERASE gP.79 ERASE gP.79 gP.60 gP.60 13

Summary of the content on the page No. 14

Menus Mode menus 1 ESP/ ESP OFF CAMERA tab PLAY tab DRIVE CARD tab ISO AUTO EDIT tab SETUP tab DIGITAL ZOOM OFF CARD tab AF MODE SPOT SETUP tab INFO OFF CAMERA For setting shooting- PLAY tab For setting playback- tab related functions. related functions. CARD tab For formatting the memory EDIT tab For editing saved pictures. card. SETUP tab For setting basic camera CARD tab For formatting cards and functions and ease of use erasing all image data. features. SETUP tab For setting basic camera f

Summary of the content on the page No. 15

Basi Basic operation c operation Menus How to use the menus Use the arrow pad and e to select and set the menu items. Follow the operation guide on the screen and use the arrow pad to set the items. 1 How to use the menus is shown below. Ex: Setting Shutter sound ONXY buttons e button 1 Press e in K mode. Top menu • The top menu is displayed. 2 Press Y to select [MODE MENU]. MODE MENU This refers to the arrow pad (ONXY). WB 3 Press ON to select the [SETUP] tab, then press Y. ON ALL RESET • Re

Summary of the content on the page No. 16

Menus 4 Press ON to select [SHUTTER SOUND], then press Y. SHUTTER SOUND • Refer to the arrows on the screen to REC VIEW ON 1 select a setting with the arrow pad. FILE NAME RESET • Unavailable settings cannot be PIXEL MAPPING selected. The selected item appears indented. 5 Press ON to select [OFF], [1], SHUTTER SOUND [2] or [3] then press Y. OFF • Follow the operation guide at the bottom 1 LOW of the screen and use the arrow pad to LOW 2 select and set a setting. 3 LOW CANCEL SELECT GO OK

Summary of the content on the page No. 17

2 Tips before you start taking pictures Tips before you start taking pictures 2 Your pictures are almost guaranteed to come out well just by setting your camera to the P mode and pressing the shutter button. Occasionally however you may need to focus on a difficult subject or adjust the brightness in order to get the picture to come out how you wanted... Just knowing which button to press or which setting to change can help you solve these problems. Did you know that by selecting an im

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

Holding the camera Sometimes when you look at a picture you have taken, the outline of the subject is blurred. This is often caused by movement of the camera at the precise moment that the shutter button is pressed. 2 Picture where subject is not clearly defined To prevent the camera from moving, hold the camera firmly with both hands while keeping your elbows at your sides. When taking pictures with the camera in the vertical position, hold the camera so that the flash is positioned highe

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Tips before you start taking pictures If correct focus cannot be obtained The camera automatically detects the focus target in the frame. The level of contrast is one of the criteria it uses to detect the subject. The camera may fail to determine subjects with lower contrast than the surroundings or with an area of extremely strong contrast in the frame. If this happens, the simplest solution is to use the focus lock. How to focus (focus lock) 2 1 Position the AF target mark on P the subjec

Summary of the content on the page No. 20

If correct focus cannot be obtained 3 Keeping the shutter button Green lamp pressed halfway, recompose P your shot. 2 H HQ Q 2 2560 1920 560 1920 330 300 4 Press the shutter button fully. Shutter button TIPS Focus on the subject in the center of the frame. g“AF mode” (P.37) Subjects that are difficult to focus on Under certain types of conditions, the auto focus may not work properly. The green lamp blinks. The subject cannot be brought into focus. Subject with Subject with an Subject with


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