Olympus CAMEDIA E-10 user manual

User manual for the device Olympus CAMEDIA E-10

Device: Olympus CAMEDIA E-10
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Date of adding : 2014-11-21 15:33:45
Number of pages: 118
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English Français Deutsch Español
Basic Manual
Manuel de base
Kurzgefaßte Bedienungsanleitung
Manual básico
OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO., LTD.
This manual provides simple instructions. For more details, refer to the
San-Ei Building, 22-2, Nishi Shinjuku 1-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan.
Reference Manual on the CD-ROM provided with the camera.
(Customer support) Tel. 0426-42-7499
http://www.olympus.co.jp
Le présent manuel mentionne des instructions simples. Pour obtenir
de plus amples détails, référez-v

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Deutsch Contents Zu Beginn ............................................ 64 IMPORTANT NOTICES ......................... 3 Aufnahmen machen ............................ 71 PRECAUTIONS .................................... 4 Wiedergabe und Bearbeitung von Bildern .. 74 BATTERY HANDLING PRECAUTIONS .... 6 Aufnahme-Funktionen ......................... 77 English Besondere Einstellungen .................... 82 Getting Started ...................................... 8 Anhang .........................

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English IMPORTANT NOTICES n Thank you for purchasing this digital Olympus camera. Disclaimer of Warranty n Before you use this camera, read this manual Olympus makes no representations or carefully. warranties, either expressed or implied, by or n We recommend that you spend some time concerning any content of these written taking test shots and experimenting with all of materials or software, and in no event shall be the features before you take important liable for any implied warranty of pict

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PRECAUTIONS This camera is a precision instrument. Use caution when handling the unit. Do not apply strong vibration or pressure to the camera or lens, as this may cause damage to the finely tuned internal arts. General Precautions If you have any questions about this product, please consult your nearest Olympus dealer in the provided Authorized Distributors List. (Refer to the Technical Hotline Numbers for technical support, and the Authorized Distributors for repair service, etc.) If you expe

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English • To prevent damage, never drop the camera or subject it to severe shock or vibration. • This camera is not water-resistant. Always protect it from water, especially rain and salt water. • Do not use the camera outside during a rain or lightning storm. • To avoid damaging the internal circuits of the camera, always switch the camera OFF before you replace the batteries. Storage environment • To avoid damage to or malfunction of the camera, store it within the following ranges of temperat

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BATTERY HANDLING PRECAUTIONS WARNING To prevent damage or fire caused by battery leakage, please read these instructions carefully and always observe the following guidelines when handling or installing batteries: • Never heat or throw the batteries into a fire. • Never disassemble, modify or solder batteries. • Never install batteries with their polarities (+, –) reversed. • Take precautions when carrying or storing batteries to prevent them from coming into contact with any metal objects like

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Getting Started Important Parts and Names V £ 1 U ¢ 2 T   S k 3  l R 4 Œ Q m P ~ n 5 O } o N 6 M p 7 L q 8 K r J s | 9 I t H 0 { G u A F vwx y z B E C D ¤ ¾ ¼ W X µ ¥ b a ´ ` ¦ ª ] § © ¨ Y \ [ Z j c Þ i Ý d Ü e h ¿Â Á ÉÚ Û f g 8

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English 1 Metering mode button Control panel 2 Drive button Flash control 3 Remote cable jack k Flash intensity control 4 Built-in flash l Slow synchro 5 Flash button m Fill-in flash 6 Manual focus ring n Red-eye reduction 7 Zoom ring o 2nd-curtain 8 Exposure compensation button p Shutter speed 9 Macro button q Aperture value 0 Flash synchro socket r Macro A Focus mode switch s Self-timer B Strap eyelet t Conversion lens C DC IN jack cap/DC IN jack u Sequential shooting D Monitor v Remote contro

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Make Sure That You Have Everything Lens cap Strap Camera Video cable Lens hood Remote control Customer Registration card Warranty card USB cable Lithium battery packs (CR-V3) • Basic Manual • Remote control instruction • Software CD’s including Windows 98 USB driver, Reference Manual CompactFlash (16 MB/8x speed) Dedicated connection cable (jump shot cable) Driver: 8 cm CD-ROM Quick Start Guide Dedicated Recharge Device Optional Accessories Available Lithium Polymer Battery (B-10LPB) for This Ca

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English Attaching the Strap Slide one end of the strap through a strap eyelet on the camera. Slide the end of the strap through the sleeve and frame on the strap, and then slide the sleeve completely up to the eyelet. Pull the strap tight around the frame and make sure that it does not slip. In the same way, attach the other end of the strap to the eyelet on the other side of the camera. Inserting the batteries You can use 2 lithium battery pack (CR-V3), or 4 AA (R6) Ni-MH, Ni-Cd or Alkaline bat

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Inserting and Selecting Memory Connecting the AC Adapter Cards Use the optional AC adapter as an alternate power source for long shooting sessions in Memory cards, hereafter referred to simply as order to conserve battery power. Switch the “cards”, store the digital images of the pictures camera off and make sure that the card access that you take with the camera. The camera can lamp is not blinking. Plug the AC adapter power hold one SmartMedia (SM) and one cord into a power outlet. Remove the

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English Switching the Camera On/Off Checking the Battery To switch the camera on or off, move the power The battery check mark (shaped like an AA switch to ON or OFF. When the camera is in the (R6) battery) in the control panel indicates shooting mode (mode dial set to P, A, S or M), battery performance. When the camera is if it remains idle for a specified length of time it switched on, if the battery check appears full will switch off the displays automatically and and goes off this means the

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After you set up date or time stamping, the Date or Time setting applies to all images selected for You can use settings in the setup/connection printing. Insert the memory card that contains mode to set the date, time and date format. the pictures that you want to select for date or When you take a picture, the current date and time stamp printing. Check the control panel time are recorded with the image. This display and make sure that the mark for the recorded date or time can be stamped on s

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English Taking Pictures Composing Pictures Releasing the Shutter Make sure that the camera is switched on, Shutter release is a two-step operation. Set the remove the lens cover, and look through the mode dial to P. Compose the picture in the viewfinder. To adjust the viewfinder for your viewfinder or monitor. Half-press the shutter eyes, turn the diopter adjustment ring until the button to start automatically setting the focus AF target mark in the center of the viewfinder is and exposure. When

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Using Zoom To zoom in and make the subject larger in the viewfinder, rotate the zoom ring to the left. To zoom out and make the subject smaller, rotate the zoom ring to the right. You can take a picture up to 60 cm from the subject. You can also take extremely close-up shots within a range of 20 cm to 60 cm from the subject by setting the camera in the macro mode. To set the camera in the macro mode, hold down the macro button and then turn the main dial or sub dial until you see the macro mark

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English To select the flash mode The flash mode selection determines how the flash is fired to achieve various effects. To select the flash mode, hold down the flash mode button , and then turn the main dial or sub dial button to the left or right until you see the desired setting. Control Panel Flash Mode Function Display (none) Auto Flash Adjusts flash intensity according to the brightness of the subject. SLOW Slow Flash fires just before the en

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Viewing and Managing Images main dial to the left toward the index mark (or Playing Back Images turn the sub dial counterclockwise). Every time To enter the playback mode so you can view you move the dial one position to the left, the images, set the mode dial to , or with the number of images displayed in the index mode dial set to P, A, S or M, rapidly press the increases (4, 9, 16). To move the green monitor button twice. The image of the highlight in the index, press or to select most re

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English Protecting Images Selecting an Image File Naming Scheme Images stored on a card can be protected from accidental deletion. Enter the playback mode The camera automatically assigns a file name and display the image that you want to protect. to every image and then saves it in a folder on Press the protect button . A protect mark the card. These file names can be used to is displayed on the image. To remove select and process images on a computer. protection, display the protected image an

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Selecting Images for Printing Reading Images with a Computer You can select images one by one or select all You can use the USB cable provided with the images on the card for printing on a DPOF camera to connect the camera to a computer compatible printer or printing by a DPOF equipped with a USB interface and read printing service. images from either card in the camera with the computer. The following equipment is required: To select single images for printing • A USB cable provided with the ca


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