Olympus V109010BU000 user manual

User manual for the device Olympus V109010BU000

Device: Olympus V109010BU000
Size: 3,67 MB
Date of adding : 2014-04-20 15:26:10
Number of pages: 120
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Instruction Manual
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 test shots to get accustomed to your camera before taking
important photographs.
The screen and camera illustrations shown in this manual were produced during the
development sta

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Indications used in this manual The following symbols are used throughout this manual. Warns of operations that should be absolutely avoided. Also Cautions important information on factors which may lead to a malfunction or # operational problems. Notes Points to note when using the camera. $ Useful information and hints that will help you get the most out of Tips % your camera. Reference pages describing details or related information. g Unpack the box contents The following items are inc

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 Automatic lens cap The automatic lens cap is removable. When attaching the conversion lens and the other lenses, remove the automatic lens cap. • Removing • Attaching 1 1 2 2 Attaching mark Attach the lens cap so that the attaching mark ● turns up. EN 3

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Names of parts 1 Shutter button ...........................P. 10, 39 a Mode dial ..................................P. 10, 16 H 2 R (Movie) button/ button b Flash switch ....................................P. 28 ...............................................P. 13/P. 12 c Side zoom lever ..............................P. 70 3 Zoom lever ................................P. 10, 11 d Stereo microphone *1 Sub dial (j) 4 ..........................P. 11, 20 e Speaker ...................................

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d F (Up) / F (Exposure compensation) button (P. 29) H (Left) / I (Right) / P (AF target) button # (Flash) button (P. 31) (P. 28) Q button (P. 13, 32) G (Down) / jY (Sequential shooting/Self-timer) (P. 30) /  (Erase) button (P. 12) 1 Diopter adjustment dial ...................P. 10 8 Hot shoe ................................. P. 90 - 91 2 Viewfinder ...........................P. 10, 42, 76 9 u button .......................................P. 76 3 Eyecup .....................................

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Preparations for shooting Preparations for shooting 1 Attaching the camera strap 1 • Attach the strap to the other eyelet in the same manner. • Pull the strap tight so that it does not come loose. Charging the battery Charging the battery. 1 Charging indicator Direction indicating mark ( )  Charging indicator 3 BCS-5 Lithium ion battery Charging in Lights orange progress Charging Off complete Charging Blinks orange 1 error AC wall outlet Lithium ion charger (Charging time: Up to appr

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Preparations for shooting Inserting and removing the battery and card Battery/card compartment cover Follow Steps 1 and 2 to open the 1 battery/card compartment cover. • Turn off the camera before opening the battery/ 2 card compartment cover. 1 1 Battery/card compartment lock Insert the battery while sliding the battery 2 lock knob in the direction of the arrow. • Insert the battery as illustrated with the direction indicating mark toward the back side of the camera. • Slide the battery

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Preparations for shooting Turning on the camera and making the initial settings When you turn on the camera for the first time, a screen appears enabling to set the language for the menus and messages displayed in the monitor, and the date and time. After turning the camera on with the ON/OFF button, select a language 1 using FGHI and press the A button. 1 X Use FG to select the year for 2 [Y]. YMD Time 2013 Y/M/D Cancel X Press I to save the setting for 3 [Y]. YMD Time 2013 Y/M/D Cancel

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Preparations for shooting 1 EN 9

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Using basic functions Using basic functions 2 Taking photographs Press the n button to turn 1 on the camera. When the camera is turned on, the 2 monitor will turn on. Set the mode dial to P. 2 Frame the shot. 3 The viewfinder turns on and the monitor turns off automatically when you put your eye to the viewfinder. • When holding the camera, take care not to cover the flash, microphone or other important parts with your fingers, etc. You can also shoot with viewing the back monitor. g

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Using basic functions Viewing/Erasing still images Turn on the camera. Viewing photographs Press the q button. • Your most recent photograph is displayed. • Press HI or turn the sub dial to select an image. 2 Sub dial Displays the Displays the previous frame next frame 4:3 100-0020 LN 2013.10.2612:30 20 Still image q button Arrow pad You can view later frames and earlier frames using the touch screen. • Drag the screen to left to advance one frame, and drag the screen to right to rewind one

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Using basic functions Close-up playback • In single-frame playback, turn the zoom lever to T to zoom in up to 14×; turn to W to return to single-frame playback. • You can also use the control ring to change the magnification strength. • Use your finger to scroll the display when the picture is zoomed in. 2x • Double tap the screen for playback zoom. • Slide the zoom bar to change the magnification strength. • To return the first magnification, slide the zoom bar to the 2 lowest position. Er

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Using basic functions Recording movies Turn on the camera. Set the mode dial to P. 1 Press the R button to begin recording. 2 2 RR Press the R button again to end 3 recording. Displayed during recording P 00:02:18 Recording time • When using a camera with a CMOS image sensor, moving objects may appear distorted due to the rolling shutter phenomenon. This is a physical phenomenon whereby distortion occurs in the filmed image when shooting a fast-moving subject or due to camera shaking. I

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Using basic functions Monitor display during shooting 123456789b 0a z y RR WWT T Wi-Fi RC ND 10.7 10.7 x IS OFF IS OFF c IS OFF IS OFF w j d v S-AF S-AF e S-AF S-AF ISO ISO u 400 400 f t + +2.0 2.0 4:3 A L N g s 4” 4” 8 8 60 60 250 250 2000 2000 -3 -3 +7 +7 B HD h F2.8 F2.8 3.2 3.2 4.0 4.0 5.6 5.6 8.0 8.0 C AEL r 2 01:02:03 01:02:03 i 01:02:03 01:02:03 q P 125 125 F5.6 + +2.0 2.0 P 125 125 F5.6 + +2.0 2.0 1023 1023 1023 1023 j pn o m lk 1 Card write indicator l Top: Flash intensity control ....

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Using basic functions Monitor display during playback Simplified display Overall display 13 2 4567 c d e fg ×10 ×10 ×10 ×10 P 125 125 F5.6 F5.6 h +2.0 +2.0 20mm 20mm i +1.0 +1.0 j WB AUTO A+4 A+4 G+4 G+4 k 2 ISO 400 ISO 400 sRGB sRGB l iiNatural Natural m 3968×2976 1/8 n : : 4 3 LN 100-0015 8 4 3 L N 100-0015 b 2013.10.2612:30 15 9 2013.10.26 12:30 15 a 0 s rqpo 1 Battery check e Shooting mode.........................P. 16 – 26 2 Eye-Fi upload complete ..................P. 76 f Exposure compe

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Shooting using basic functions Shooting using basic functions 3 Using the shooting modes List of shooting mode Shooting mode Sub mode – A (iAUTO mode) – P (Program mode) 3 – A (Aperture-priority mode) – S (Shutter-priority mode) M (Manual mode) – – C1 (Custom Mode 1) – C2 (Custom Mode 2) Standard/Fun Frames P (PHOTO STORY) O Portrait/P e-Portrait/L Landscape/J Sport/ G Night Scene/U Night+Portrait/R Sunset/ SCN (Scene Mode) T Documents/s Panorama/( Fireworks/ 0 Multi. Exposure/g Beach & Snow P

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Shooting using basic functions P program mode In mode P, the camera automatically adjusts shutter speed and aperture in response to subject brightness. ISO 400 • The shutter speed and aperture displays LN flash if the camera is unable to achieve HD optimal exposure. 01:02:03 01:02:03 Shooting mode P 125 125 F5.6 0.0 0.0 38 38 Shutter speed Aperture value Warning display 3 Status Action example (blinking) The subject is too dark. Use the flash. 2 2” ” F F2.8 2.8 Use [ND Filter Setting]. T

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Shooting using basic functions A aperture-priority mode In mode A, you choose the aperture and let the camera automatically adjust shutter speed for optimal exposure. You can express the depth of field, and blur the background ISO intentionally. 400 • Larger apertures (lower F-numbers) decrease depth of field LN HD (the area in front of or behind the focus point that appears to 01:02:03 01:02:03 be in focus), softening background details. Smaller apertures A 125 125 F5.6 +0.0 +0.0 38 38 (h

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Shooting using basic functions S shutter-priority mode In mode S, you choose the shutter speed and let the camera automatically adjust aperture for optimal exposure. You can shoot a fast action scene without any blur, and ISO 400 shoot with impression of dynamic motion. LN HD 01:02:03 01:02:03 S 125 125 F5.6 +0.0 +0.0 38 38 Shutter speed After setting the lever as the illustration shows, rotate the control ring to set the shutter speed. 3 • The aperture value display will blink if the camera

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Shooting using basic functions M manual mode In mode M, you choose both the aperture and the shutter speed. At a speed of BULB, the shutter remains open while the shutter button is pressed. After setting the lever as the illustration shows, rotate the control ring to set the shutter speed, and rotate the sub dial to set the aperture value. • Use the exposure compensation indicator to view the exposure difference between suitable exposure and the exposure derived from set aperture value an

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