Olympus SuperZoom 3500 DLX user manual

User manual for the device Olympus SuperZoom 3500 DLX

Device: Olympus SuperZoom 3500 DLX
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Date of adding : 2014-04-20 15:26:10
Number of pages: 57
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INSTRUCTIONS
Before using your camera, read this manual carefully to
ensure correct use.

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Thank you for purchasing this Olympus camera. Before using your camera, read this manual carefully to ensure correct use. We recommend that you take test shots to get accustomed to your camera before taking important photographs. MAIN FEATURES Built-in 35mm ~ 120mm 3.4X zoom lens. Quartz date or time imprinting. Weatherproof. Remote control (optional). Versatile, easy-to-use functions include spot metering, auto-zoom, night scene, infinity and continuous shooting modes, as well as various flash

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Names and functions of parts............................................................... 5 PREPARATIONS Viewfinder display/LCD pane...................................................... 6 Diopter adjustment ........................................................................................ 7 Using the strap/soft case............................................................................... 7 Outline of operations.......................................................................

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Using the flash modes....................................................... 21 ADVANCED TECHNIQUES Using the subject modes.......................................................................... 26 Spot......................................................................................................... 28 Auto-Zoom......................................................................................................... 30 Night Scene.........................................................

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NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS Shutter release burton (See p. 13.) Zoom buttons (See p. 16.) /REMOTE button (See p. 34/35.) LCD panel (See p. 6.) Subject MODE burton (See p. 26.) FLASH mode button (See p. 22.) Power switch (See p. 11.) Strap eyelet Flash View/finder Lens Autofocus windows Selftimer indicator Diopter adjustment dial (See p. 7) Viewfinder (See p. 6.) QUARTZDATE MODE buttons (See p.36.) Mid-roll rewind button (See p. 20.) Back cover Tripod socket Film window Battery comportment cover

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VIEWFINDER DISPLAY/LCD PANEL Viewfincter Display Close-up correction marks At a close distance, your subject must be positioned within the close-up correction marks. Orange lamp Lights when the flash is ready to fire. Green lamp Lights when the subject is in focus. Autofocus mark Position your subject within the autofocus mark. LCD Panel Selftimer/remote control (See p. 34/35) Flash modes (See p. 22.) Battery check (See p. 11.) Date/time indicator Exposure counter (See p. 15.) Subject modes Spot

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DIOPTER ADJUSTMENT To Adjust the Viewfinder to Compensate for Near- and Farsighted Vision Turn the diopter adjustment dial until the viewfinder display becomes clear. Turn to the right if you are far-sighted or to the left if you are near-sighted. USING THE STRAP/SOFT CASE The remote control can be stored in the pocket on the case's flap. The soft case can also be carried on a belt. 7

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OUTLINE OF OPERATIONS Basic Shooting Procedures Load the batteries (p. 10). Push the flash forward to turn on the power (p. 11). Practice pressing the shutter release and zoom buttons (p. 13/16). Open the back cover (p. 14). Load the film (p. 14). (Use of ISO 400 film is recommended.) Close the back cover (p. 15). Make sure the exposure counter on the LCD panel reads " " (p. 15). 8

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Press the zoom button for telephoto or wide-angle photography (p. 16). Place the autofocus mark on the subject you want to photograph (p. 17). Depress the shutter release button halfway to make sure the green lamp lights (p. 17). Depress the shutter release button fully to take a picture (p. 18). When the film reaches the end, it will automatically rewind (p. 20). Open the back cover to remove the rewound film (p. 20). 9

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LOADING THE BATTERIES After switching off the power, turn the battery cover to with a coin to open the battery cover. Insert two 3V lithium batteries (CR123A or DL123A). Note: Be sure the batteries are aligned correctly as shown. Replace the battery cover. Turn the battery cover back to to lock in place. Read "Battery Handling" on page 43. 10

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CHECKING THE BATTERIES Push the flash forward to turn on the power. Display Meaning lights (and turns off Batteries are OK. automatically). You can shoot. blinks and other Battery power is low indicators on the LCD and batteries should be panel are displayed replaced. normally. blinks and other Batteries are dead and indicators on the LCD should be replaced panel go out. immediately. Note: Keep spare batteries on hand when going on a long trip or when using the camera in cold weather. 11

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POINTS TO REMEMBER Hold the Camera Correctly. Correct. Hold the camera firmly with both hands. Correct. In the vertical position, hold the camera with its flash positioned at the top. Incorrect. Caution: Keep your fingers and the strap away from the lens, flash, autofocus windows and viewfinder. Be sure to put the middle finger of your right hand below the protrusion next to the flash before taking a photo. When the lens and autofocus windows are stained with fingerprints, etc., wipe with a soft

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Proper Shutter Release. Practice before loading the film. Depress the shutter release button halfway to lock the focus. The green lamp next to the viewfinder lights. Depress the shutter release button fully. To release the shutter and take the picture. Cautions: Press the shutter release button gently. Avoid shaking the camera when pressing the shutter release button to prevent blurry pictured 13

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LOADING THE FILM Slide the back cover release upward to open the back cover. Do not touch the inside of the camera, especially the lens. (If the lens is dirty, see p. 45 for proper cleaning technique.) Insert the film cartridge, making sure the film is lying flat. Note: Use of ISO 400 film is recommended. 14 BASIC OPERATIONS

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Align the film leader with the red mark, and close the back cover. The film automatically advances to the first frame. The film does not overlap any of the positioning guides shown above. Push the flash forward to turn on the camera. The exposure counter on the LCD panel reads . Note: If blinks in the exposure counter, as shown at left, open the back cover and reload the film. 15

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TAKING PICTURES Push the flash forward to turn on the power. The lens protector opens, and the LCD panel activates. Aim the camera at your subject. Use the zoom button to compose your picture. How to Use the Zoom Buttons Telephoto: Depress the zoom button at the "T" mark. Max. telephoto focal length: 120 mm Wide-angle: Depress the zoom button at the "W" mark. Max. wide-angle focal length: 35 mm Note: There are two zoom speeds. Press the zoom button halfway for slow zooming; press fully for fast

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Position the autofocus mark on your subject. Autofocus mark Focus range: 0.6 m (2 ft) ~ (infinity) Depress the shutter release button halfway. The green lamp lights. (See p. 6.) Once focus and exposure have been correctly adjusted, they remain locked as long as the shutter release button is kept halfway depressed. 17

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Depress the shutter release button fully to take the picture. After exposure, the film automatically advances to the next frame. This camera has a built-in multi-beam autofocus system. With this system, the camera automatically sets the focus on a subject even in compositions where the subject may not be in the center of the frame. 18

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Working Distance The focus range of the camera is 0.6 m (2 ft) to (infinity). When the subject is closer than 0.6 m (2 ft), the shutter will not release. (The green lamp blinks.) When the subject is extremely close to the camera, the subject will be out of focus although the shutter releases. Close-up Correction Picture frame Close-up correction marks Image area of picture at 0.75 m (2.5 ft) The viewfinder's picture frame shows the area that can be shot for subjects at . However, the picture are

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UNLOADING THE FILM The camera automatically rewinds the film when you reach the end of a roll. After the motor stops and starts blinking on the LCD panel, open the back cover and remove the film. Note: The final number of exposures may sometimes exceed the number of exposures specified on the film. Rewinding the film before the end of the roll Press the mid-roll button with the tip of a ballpoint pen or the like. Do not use a sharp instrument. 20


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