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Before using your AZ-220 WIDE ZOOM, read this
manual carefully to ensure correct use.
We recommend that you take test shots to get
accustomed to your AZ-220 WIDE ZOOM
before taking important photographs.
Thank you for purchasing the Olympus AZ-220 WIDE ZOOM. MAIN FEATURES Built-in 28mm~56mm 2X zoom lens: 28mm is perfect for scenery shots, while 56mm is ideal for quick snaps. Panorama* mode can be selected even in the middle of a loaded cartidge of film. Versatile, easy-to-use functions include continuous shooting, spot metering and various flash modes. *Be sure to read page 27 for Panorama-size prints. Symbols used in this manual: Incorrect Manual Next Operation Automatic operation operation ord
Names and functions of parts....... 4 Outline of operations..................... 10 Viewfinder display/LCD panel...... 6 Loading the batteries.................... 12 PREPARATIONS Diopter adjustment......................... 7 Checking the batteries.................. 13 Using the strap............................... 8 Points to remember....................... 14 Loading the film ...................................................................................................... 16 Taking picture
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS Power ON/OFF LCD panel SUBJECT button Displays the camera's mode (See p. 32.) button and operation conditions. (See p. 6.) Shutter release FLASH button button (See p. 14.) (See p. 28.) Self-timer- indicator Flash Light sensor Autofocus windows Zoom buttons (See p. 19.) zooms in — telephoto. zooms out — wide-angle. Strap eyelet Lens 4 PREPARATIONS
Viewfinder (See p.6.) Diopter adjustment PANORAMA Slide (See p. 7.) selector (See p. 25.) Strap eyelet Film window Back cover release Battery compartment cover Back cover Tripod socket Mid-roll rewind button 5
VIEWFINDER DISPLAY/LCD PANEL VIEWFINDER DISPLAY Close-up correction marks In Panorama mode In Standard mode At a distance of 0.65 m (2.1 ft); your subject must be positioned within the Close-up close-up correction marks. correction marks Orange lamp Lights when the flash will fire. Autofocus frame Position your subject within the autofocus frame. Green lamp Lights when the subject is in focus. Self-timer (p. 34) Continuous mode (p. 34) Spot mode (p. 34) LCD PANEL Dual frame self-timer mode (p. 3
DIOPTER ADJUSTMENT TO ADJUST THE VIEWFINDER TO COMPENSATE FOR NEAR AND FARSIGHTED VISION. Slide the diopter adjustment slide until the viewfinder display becomes clear. Slide to the left if you are farsighted or to the right if you are nearsighted. 7
USING T H E STRAP ATTACHING THE STRAP Strap-grip For a more comfortable, secure grasp of the camera, place the strap-grip as close to the camera as possible. Strap-grip 8
SOFT CASE (optional) When you aim the camera, hold the strap-grip as shown above. 9
OUTLINE OF OPERATIONS BASIC SHOOTING PROCEDURES Load the batteries. (p. 12) Open the back cover.(p. 16) Load the film. (p. 16) Press the zoom buttons to make Place the autofocus frame on the Depress the shutter release the subject larger or smaller. subject you want to take a button halfway to make sure the 10 picture of. (p. 19) green lamp lights. (p. 20) (p. 18)
Press the ON/OFF button to turn Make sure the exposure counter Close the back cover. (p. 17) the power ON. (p. 18) on the LCD panel reads .(p. 17) When the film reaches the end, it Depress the shutter release button Open the back cover to remove is automatically rewound. (p. 24) fully to take a picture. (p. 20) the film. (p. 24) 11
LOADING THE BATTERIES Insert the batteries and Remove the battery 1 . cover. 2.replace the battery cover. Use two 3V lithium batteries (CR123A Be sure the batteries are aligned or DL123A). correctly as shown. Read "Battery handling" on page 4 . 0 12
CHECKING T H E BATTERIES Press the ON/OFF button 1. to turn the power ON. Be sure to check the batteries as well. Batteries are OK. The mark disappears after 12 sec. Batteries are low. Have spares handy. Batteries should be replaced immediately. 13
POINTS TO REMEMBER Hold the Camera Correctly. Correct. Correct. Incorrect. Hold the camera firmly with both hands. Caution; Keep your fingers away Hold the strap-grip as shown on page 9, from the lens, flash, In the vertical position, hold the camera with autofocus windows and its flash positioned at the top. light sensor. 14
Proper Shutter Release. Practice before loading the film. Depress the Depress the 1. shutter release 2. shutter release button halfway button fully Cautions: Press the shutter release button gently Avoid shaking the camera when pressing the shutter button to prevent blurry pictures. To lock the focus. To release the shutter and take the picture. The green lamp lights in 15 the viewfinder.
LOADING T H E F I L M Slide the back cover Insert the film cartridge, 1. release upwards to open 2. making sure the film is the back cover. lying flat. Do not touch the inside of the camera, especially the lens. If the lens is dirty, use a blower brush to blow away the dust and lightly wipe off the lens with a soft cloth. 16 Correct Incorrect BASIC OPERATIONS
Align the film leader Press the ON/OFF button 3. with the red mark, and 4. to turn the power ON. close the back cover. The exposure counter on the LCD panel reads The film automatically advances to the first frame. Note: If blinks in the exposure counter, as shown above, reload the film. 17
TAKING PICTURES Press the ON/OFF Aim the camera at your 1. button to turn the 2. subject. Use the zoom power ON. buttons to make the subject larger or smaller. The lens protector opens, the lens extends slightly, and the LCD panel activates. 18
How to Use the Zoom Position your subject Buttons 3. within the autofocus frame. Telephoto: Press the © button to zoom in. Max. telephoto focal length: 56 mm Wide-angle: Press the button to zoom out. Max. wide-angle focal length: Autofocus frame 28mm 19
Depress the shutter Depress the shutter 4. release button halfway. 5.release button fully. The film automatically advances to the The green lamp lights. next frame. 20
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