Olympus CAMEDIA D-100 user manual

User manual for the device Olympus CAMEDIA D-100

Device: Olympus CAMEDIA D-100
Size: 2,90 MB
Date of adding : 2013-12-27 15:33:21
Number of pages: 104
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Reference Manual
 Thank you for purchasing this Olympus digital camera.
 Before using your new digital camera, please carefully read this instruction
manual and separately provided “Safety Precautions” and “Battery Handling
Precautions”.
 We recommend that you take test shots to make sure that the camera functions
properly before taking important photographs.

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2 Read the Following Before Use This section provides important information about using this digital camera. Before using the camera, please be sure to read the following. About this manual The information contained in this manual may be subject to change without notice. For the latest information on the product names, model numbers, etc., please consult your local Olympus representative. The information contained in this manual has been compiled by taking all possible measures to ensure its

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3 Declaration of Conformity Model Number: D-100/C-1 Trade Name: OLYMPUS Responsible Party: Olympus America Inc. Address: 2 Corporate Center Drive, Melville, New York 11747-3157 USA Telephone Number: 631-844-5000 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This Class B

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4 How to Read This Booklet Description title Chapter title Basic Shooting Operations 27 Page No. Shooting Using the Viewfinder Operating Procedure Check that the lens barrier is Items to check before open. operation 1. Determine the image composition by overlapping the subject with the AF target marking ( ) in the viewfinder. Operating procedure 2. Press the shutter button halfway. [The green lamp on the right of the viewfinder lights and the focus and Operation result exposure are set automat

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CONTENTS 5 Contents Read the Following Before Use .................................................2 How to Read This Booklet..........................................................4 Contents .....................................................................................5 Index of Available Operations....................................................8 Making the Most of Your Digital Camera .................................10 Operations Available with This Camera........................

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CONTENTS 6 Checking the Camera Status Indication Next to the Viewfinder or on the Monitor (in Shooting Mode) ....................37 If Correct Focus Cannot Be Obtained (Focus Lock) ...............40 VIEWING OR ERASING IMMEDIATELY AFTER SHOOTING Viewing Pictures.......................................................................42 Image Playback Operations.....................................................44 Erasing Pictures (One-Frame Erase) .......................................46 Erasi

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CONTENTS 7 VIEWING OPTIONS Using the AC Adapter (Optional).............................................70 Viewing Images on a TV Screen..............................................71 Printing Images in a Lab or on a Printer..................................72 Making a Print Reservation on SmartMedia Card....................74 Operations Available with Your PC ..........................................76 Finding the Best Way to Download Image Data to Your PC.....................................

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8 INDEX OF AVAILABLE OPERATIONS This manual is organized by operating procedures, beginning with basic operations and moving forward to more advanced procedures. If there is any particular operation you want to perform, you can use this index to find the page reference for that operation. Shooting Images Ordinary shooting .....................................................................................P.32 Shooting close-ups (Macro Shooting) .................................................

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PREPARATION 9 Adding comments to images ...................................................................P.76 Placing images in a document .................................................................P.76 Processing images ...................................................................................P.76 Printing images ................................................................................PP.72&74 Additional Information Number of images you can shoot .......................

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10 Making the Most of Your Digital Camera Video cable Card (SmartMedia) C-1/D-100 USB cable

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11 A variety of optional accessories make possible many different ways to view and enjoy the images you shoot with your camera. In some cases, you will need a personal computer to take full advantage of these features. Television Viewing images on TV screen ( Page 71) Digital color printer P-400/P-200/P-330N(E)/P-330(E) Printing (Use a dedicated without a PC printer.) Photo studio ( Pages 72-73) or lab (Bring the SmartMedia card.) Note: Some photo studios and labs do not handle i

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12 Operations Available with This Camera 1 Shooting  Simply press the shutter button to take a picture. Focus, flash, exposure, etc., are taken care of automatically.  The flash automatically fires as required.  The image can be confirmed on the monitor as well as in the viewfinder.  Digital zoom lets you magnify the image by up to 2X. 1  The provided 8 MB SmartMedia card allows you to save up to about 36 images* .  The SmartMedia card can be used repeatedly by erasing unnecessary images.

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PREPARATION 13 4 Taking advantage of PC features  Images can be downloaded and stored on a PC.  Images can be stored on a PC hard disk or on a floppy disk or MO disk.  Images can be processed by a PC in many ways, including text superimposition (comments) or trimming (magnifying or cutting images). 3  Images can easily be attached to e-mail messages sent from the PC* . *1 When in the HQ record mode. *2 Some photo studios and labs may not be equipped to print out digital images. *3 You canno

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PREPARATION This chapter describes what you need to do and what you need to know before using the camera. Be sure to make the appropriate preparations to assure safe, enjoyable shooting.  Names of Parts  Attaching the Provided Strap  Loading the Battery  Selecting the Appropriate Batteries  Inserting the Provided Card (SmartMedia)  Selecting the Appropriate Card  Using a New Card (Formatting)  Setting the Date and Time  Holding the Camera

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PREPARATION 16 Names of Parts Shutter button Card cover (For insertion and removal of the SmartMedia card) Connector cover Lens barrier (Open this to turn the camera on in the shooting mode) Card cover USB connector Strap attaching hole (Connect to a PC with a USB cable) A/V OUT jack (Connect to a TV with a video cable) DC IN jack (Connect the AC adapter) Tripod socket (Attach the tripod here) Battery compartment cover

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PREPARATION 17 Flash Viewfinder Lens Self-timer lamp (Indicates activation of the self-timer) Viewfinder eyepiece Orange lamp (For checking flash status) OK/menu button (Switches the menu screens Green lamp or settings) (For checking autofocus status) Monitor button (Switches the monitor display and AF target mark the playback mode ON/OFF) (Position this over the subject you want to focus on) Monitor (LCD panel displaying the image to be shot, played-back image and other various information) A

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PREPARATION 18 Attaching the Provided Strap Strap eyelet 1. Attach the strap as shown. Attach the strap correctly as instructed above. Olympus cannot warrant or assume any liability for damage resulting from the camera being accidentally dropped because the strap has not been attached correctly.

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PREPARATION 19 Loading the Battery The lens barrier is closed and nothing is displayed on the monitor. 1. Slide the battery compartment cover in the direction of the arrow 1. 2. Lift the battery compartment cover in the direction of the arrow 2. 3. Insert the battery in the direction shown in the figure. 4. Close the battery compartment cover in the direction of the arrow 1. 5. Press the battery compartment cover in the direction of the arrow 2 until it clicks. [The battery compartment cover is

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PREPARATION 20 Selecting the Appropriate Batteries  This camera can be powered by a single long-life lithium battery pack. The CR-V3 lithium battery pack features a long service life which provides convenience when traveling. Insert the battery pack correctly in the direction shown in the illustration on the right. The lithium battery pack is not rechargeable.  This camera can be powered by rechargeable batteries, which can be used repeatedly. The NiMH batteries from Olympus (including batt


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