Olympus UltraZoom C-2100U user manual

User manual for the device Olympus UltraZoom C-2100U

Device: Olympus UltraZoom C-2100U
Size: 4,35 MB
Date of adding : 2014-04-20 15:26:10
Number of pages: 146
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C-2100 Ultra Zoom
nBefore using your camera, read this manual carefully to ensure correct use.
nWe recommend that you take test shots to get accustomed to your camera before taking
important photographs.
nThese instructions are only a concise version. For more details on the functions described here,
refer to the software CD’s instruc

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These instructions are only a concise version. For more details on the functions described here, refer to the software CD’s instructions on CD-ROM. GETTING STARTED PACKAGE CONTENTS Camera Lens cap Strap Remote control CR-V3 lithium A/V cable USB cable RS-232C PC battery (2 packs) serial cable Warranty card Instructions Remote control Software CD’s (concise version)/ instructions (including Quick Start Guide instructions on CD-ROM) SmartMedia Static-free case Index labels (SSFDC-8MB) (2 pieces)

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ATTACHING THE STRAP Thread the strap through the strap eyelet as shown in the illustration. Pull on it to make sure it is securely fastened to the stopper. Stopper Camera strap eyelet NAMES OF PARTS m Camera 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 0 % ^ 8 & ! * $ 9 # ( @ 1 Zoom lever (T/W)/ 0 Remote control receiver Index-display lever (T/W) ! Lens 2 Shutter button @ Flash (built-in) 3 Mode dial # Flash switch 4 Self-timer lamp/AF assist lamp $ Connector cover 5 Control panel % Serial connector (RS-232C) 6 Diopter adju

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GETTING STARTED (Cont.) NAMES OF PARTS (Cont.) ) q w e r t y W u i o E R p T Y U Q ) Viewfinder y AE lock button (AEL)/Multi-metering q INFO button button/Print button( ) w Flash mode button ( )/ u Arrow pad Erase button ( ) i Monitor e DRIVE button o OK button/Manual focus button c Returns vertically-oriented pictures (MF)/Protect button ( ) rotated using the Macro button or p Monitor button ( ) Metering mode button to their Q Menu button ( ) original position du

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m Control panel indications Flash mode Sequential shooting Slow shutter Exposure compensation synchronization flash AF system Flash intensity control Manual focus Card writing Stabilization system Sound record Metering mode Card error AE memory Battery check Record mode Auto bracket Macro mode Number of storable still pictures Full-time AF Seconds remaining in movie White balance mode ISO Self-timer/Remote control 5

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GETTING STARTED (Cont.) NAMES OF PARTS (Cont.) m Viewfinder/Monitor indications (Picture information) Press the Monitor button ( ) to select whether images appear on the Monitor or in the viewfinder. Press the INFO button to select how much information is displayed. The following 3 types of display are available. Record mode Only the AF target mark: Warnings (AF correct mark and battery check) appear when required. Settings that are changed are displayed for approx. 2 seconds. 4 Partial informat

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Display mode No information: Only battery check and are displayed. Partial information: These indications disappear after a certain amount of time has elapsed. Full information: All indications are displayed all the time while in the Display mode. Still picture Movie picture 1 1 0 4 5 2 3 4 5 x10 HQ 6 HQ 6 8 9 , 23.12. 0021:56 3456 7 3456 7 Partial information Partial information 9 @ # x10 HQ HQ SIZE: 1600x1200 ! SIZE: 320x240 ! F2.8 1/800 2.0 $ % ISO400 ^ , 23.12. 00 21:56 8 FILE:123-3456 &

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GETTING STARTED (Cont.) LOADING THE BATTERIES Make sure the camera Power switch is set to OFF and load the batteries as shown in the illustration. A CR-V3 lithium battery pack cannot be charged. 1 5 When using AA batteries 2 When using lithium battery packs 4 6 3 7 8 8

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m Service life of lithium battery pack Shooting/Displaying Condition Battery life Number of photos 1 Approx. 200 frames Display time 2 Approx. 330 minutes * These figures are for reference only and are not guaranteed.Tests based on conditions set by Olympus. m Using the AC power adapter (optional) Use an AC adapter designed for the AC wall area where the camera is used. outlet Consult your nearest Olympus dealer or Service center for details. Power plug DC-In jack (Black) AC adapter Connection c

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S-Prg M GETTING STARTED (Cont.) SETTING THE MODE DIAL You can change modes by turning the mode dial on the top righthand side of the camera. P (Program mode): In program mode, you can take a properly exposed photograph by simply aiming the camera and pressing the shutter button. Aperture and shutter speed are set automatically by the camera. A (Aperture priority mode): Aperture can be set manually in the aperture priority mode. This is useful when you want to have more control over image expos

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HOW TO USE THE MENU Press (Menu button) to display the menu, press on the Arrow pad to select the desired menu option. Press to select the additional menu options. When the menu option is set as desired, press the OK button. The setting is stored and the frame reappears on the menu. Press the OK button repeatedly until the menu disappears. Monitor Scroll P F2.8 1/800 0.0 ON DIGITAL OFF ZOOM WB AUTO ISO AUTO Example: When the white is set [ ] 1/5 P F2.8 1/800 0.0 Current settings 1/5 page

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GETTING STARTED (Cont.) SETTING THE DATE AND TIME Press (Menu button) to display the menu. Press on the Arrow pad to select SETUP and press the OK button. When no images are recorded on the card, you can set any mode except . Date and time screen P F2.8 1/800 0.0 ON DIGITAL OFF ZOOM WB AUTO ISO AUTO [1/5] Still picture record menu : Changes the setting. A F2.8 1/800 0.0 : Moves to other settings. MODE cThe year 2000 is displayed as ’00. SETUP SETUP S-Prg [ ] 5/5 OK Mode setting screen F

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BASIC FUNCTIONS TURN THE POWER ON OFF : Power off ON : Power on RESET : c Move the switch to reset momentarily and then release, and the power switch will automatically move back to ON. All settings except the mode setting menu will be reset to the factory-preset (initial settings). c Hold the switch in the reset position for over 3 seconds, and all settings, except for the date and time, will be reset to the initial settings. Remove the lens cap, set the Mode dial to the desired mode and

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BASIC FUNCTIONS (Cont.) CONFIRMING THE DISPLAY Control panel m Checking the batteries When the power is turned on, the remaining Battery battery power will be displayed on the control check panel. If it is low, please replace the batteries. lights and turns off automatically. The batteries are OK. You are ready to take pictures. blinks and other indicators on the control panel are displayed normally. The battery power is low and the batteries should be replaced. You can shoot with the remaini

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m Number of storable pictures left Number of still pictures that can be taken Memory capacity Number of (Image only/Image with sound) Recording mode File pixels 2MB 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB 64MB 1600x1200 0/– 0/– 1/– 2/– 5/– 11/– 1280x960 0/– 1/– 2/– 4/– 8/– 17/– * TIFF TIFF 1/– 3/– 6/– 13/– 27/– 1024x768 0/– 640x480 2/– 4/– 8/– 17/– 34/– 68/– 1600x1200 1/1 2/2 5/5 11/11 22/22 45/44 SHQ 8/7 16/15 31/30 64/60 128/120 HQ 1600x1200 4/3 HIGH (quality) 2/2 4/4 8/8 17/16 34/33 69/67 1280x960 NORMAL 6/5 12/1

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BASIC FUNCTIONS (Cont.) ADJUSTING THE DIOPTER Turn the Diopter adjustment dial to see the AF target mark clearly. Viewfinder P F2.8 1/30 0.0 AF target mark TAKING PICTURES Proper shutter release There are 2 steps when releasing the shutter. Practice well before actually taking photos. Press halfway Press the shutter button halfway. 1 c The AF confirmation mark will light when the focus and exposure are locked. It will blink if the focus or Shutter button exposure are not locked. Press ful

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WHEN TAKING A STILL PICTURE P F2.8 1/30 0.0 cA beep means that the photograph was taken successfully. cSoon after displaying the picture just taken, the viewfinder will again show the area it is being aimed at. cContinuous shooting is available if the memory gauge shows there is space in the card. cWhen the memory gauge is full, the upper Number of storable pictures block will light up and no more pictures can be taken. Memory gauge Before shooting/ One picture More than one No recordabl

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BASIC FUNCTIONS (Cont.) m Focus lock When your main subject is not within the AF target marks , follow the procedure below. AF confirmation mark Compose your shot. P F2.8 1/800 0.0 P F2.8 1/800 0.0 1 2 AF target mark m Displaying pictures All stored pictures in the card can be displayed by pressing the Arrow pad. : Displays the next picture. : Displays the previous picture. : Jumps to the picture 10 frames ahead. : Jumps to the picture 10 frames behind. cIf (Monitor button) is pressed t

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RECORDING FUNCTIONS m Zoom You can select telephoto or wide-angle with the 10x zoom. When the digital zoom in the menu is turned on, 27x zoom is available with the 2.7x digital zoom. cThe speed of the zoom-in/out can be adjusted by changing the angle of the zoom lever. m Auto flash Slide the flash switch located under the flash to raise the flash. Press the shutter button halfway. cWhen lights on the viewfinder, the flash is activated. cThe flash charges while is blinking. The shutter cannot b

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RECORDING FUNCTIONS (Cont.) m Exposure compensation You can adjust exposure manually by +/– 2 (in increments of approx. 1/3). If you want a white object to appear as white as possible, adjust + to increase the exposure. If you want a black object to appear as black as possible, adjust – to decrease the exposure. m AE Lock By pressing the AEL button, you can lock the exposure at the setting you prefer. This is useful when you want to set an exposure that is different from what the camera would

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