Olympus Stylus Verve user manual

User manual for the device Olympus Stylus Verve

Device: Olympus Stylus Verve
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Date of adding : 2014-11-21 15:33:45
Number of pages: 192
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Advanced Manual
DIGITAL CAMERA
1 Taking Pictures
2 Viewing
3Setting Up
4 Printing Pictures
5 Connecting Computer
6 Appendix

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How to use this manual This manual contains a table of contents, an index and menus to enable you to easily find the topic that you want to use or learn out more about. Using the table of contents gP.5 All the titles in the manual are listed here, grouped into chapters. The chapters are composed of the shooting, playback, printing, etc. based on their purposes. For example... when you want to select the language in which the menus and error messages are displayed Go to Chapter 3 Seeting Up

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Viewing How to read the instructions A sample page is shown below to explain how to read the instructions in this manual. Look at it carefully before taking or viewing pictures. Displaying several pictures at once This function lets you view several thumbnail pictures on the monitor at once. It is useful when you are looking for a specific picture. You can change the number of pictures displayed. “Selecting the number of pictures ” (P.51) This shows the buttons and button locations for t

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Menu operations The screen that appears on the monitor when you turn the camera on and press the OK/MENU button is called the “Top menu.” There are three top menus as shown below. F m MOVIE PLAYBACK K MODE MENU INFO MODE MENU INFO MODE MENU WB S ERASE S ERASE Shooting mode Playback mode (still picture) Playback mode (movie) The shooting mode screens will be used here to explain how to use the menus. F + 0.0 Operational buttons SELECT GO (arrow pad and OK/MENU button) Press Exposure compe

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Contents How to use this manual...........................................................................2 How to read the instructions....................................................................3 Menu operations .....................................................................................4 1 Taking Pictures .............................................. 9 Focusing on a subject that is not in center of frame (Focus lock).........10 Changing focus zone (AF) ......................

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2 Viewing ........................................................ 49 Displaying several pictures at once G ................................................50 Selecting the number of pictures G ..........................................51 Enlarging pictures U ............................................................................53 Rotating pictures y ..............................................................................54 Displaying pictures one after another m.....................

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4 Printing Pictures......................................... 113 Selecting printing method....................................................................114 Making print reservations <...............................................................115 All-frame reservation U...........................................................116 Single-frame reservation <......................................................118 Canceling print reservations .............................................

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6 Appendix.................................................... 159 Precautions .........................................................................................160 Handling the camera.................................................................160 Battery handling precautions ....................................................162 Card handling precautions........................................................163 LCD monitor...........................................................

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Taking Pictures Taking Pictures 1 This chapter describes how to take successive pictures, movies and how to use the flash, zoom, etc. 1 To change the shooting settings, refer to “3: Setting Up.” 9

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Taking Pictures Focusing on a subject that is not in center of frame (Focus lock) When the subject you want to focus on is not exactly in the center of the monitor and you cannot position the AF target mark on it, you can focus on another point at roughly the same distance (focus lock) and take the picture as explained below. This is called “focus lock.” In shooting mode, position the AF P target mark on the subject you want to focus on. 1 o a HQ HQ2 2272*1704 272*1704 220 20 0 When shoot

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Taking Pictures Focusing on a subject that is not in center of frame (Focus lock) Press the shutter button completely down to take the picture. Subjects that are difficult to focus on 1 The purpose of the camera’s auto focus feature is to bring the subject into focus automatically, but under certain conditions, the auto focus may not function effectively. If this happens, focus on an object with high contrast at the same distance as the intended subject (focus lock), recompose your shot an

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Taking Pictures Changing focus zone (AF) You can select the focusing mode. The camera focuses on the subject in the SPOT AF target mark. Select the subject on the monitor that you would like to focus on. The camera can iESP focus on the subject even when it is not exactly centered. 1 Press the OK/MENU button in shooting mode (K). F The top menu is displayed. K MODE MENU WB Press to go to [MODE MENU]. Press or to select the [CAMERA] tab. ESP/n ESP DRIVE o Press to go to the [CAMERA] IS

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Taking Pictures Changing focus zone (AF) Press or to select [iESP] or [SPOT] and press the OK/MENU ESP/n button. DRIVE ISO The AF mode is set. DIGITAL ZOOM iESP SPOT AF MODE Press the OK/MENU button again to exit the menu. 1 Take the picture using the monitor. 13 SET CARD CAMERA

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Taking Pictures Changing shooting scene modes l There are 14 shooting scene modes to choose from on this camera. To create the effects you want, simply select the mode best suited to your purpose or conditions. Until you become familiar with the camera, it is recommended that [PROGRAM AUTO] be used to take pictures. 1 Press (l) in shooting mode PROGRAM AUTO (K). For normal The scene selection palette for selecting shooting the shooting scene mode is displayed at left of the monitor. SE

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Taking Pictures Changing shooting scene modes l Shooting scene modes PROGRAM AUTO P All you need to do is press the shutter button. The camera automatically selects the optimal settings. PORTRAIT I Suitable for taking a full-frame portrait shot of 1 a person. Ideal for capturing accurate skin tones. LANDSCAPE L Lets you take clear and sharp pictures of distant scenery. Creates a very broad depth of field to keep the entire view in focus. LANDSCAPE + PORTRAIT K Suitable for taking pictur

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Taking Pictures Changing shooting scene modes l CUISINE G Lets you take beautiful pictures of food. The saturation, sharpness and contrast settings are increased to take sharp, vivid pictures of the subject. BEACH & SNOW R 1 Suitable for taking pictures at a beach or in snow. Lets you take beautiful pictures of scenery with white sand or snow. SELF PORTRAIT + SELF TIMER N Lets you take pictures of yourself and the landscape. BEHIND GLASS v Suitable for taking pictures of items displaye

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Taking Pictures Changing shooting scene modes l INDOOR H Suitable to take pictures of the subject indoors together with background scene. Picture quality mode can only be set to SQ2 “1280 × 960”, “1024 × 768” and “640 × 480.” 1 CANDLE U The optimum mode to take a picture of candles preserving warm light of candles. Picture quality mode can only be set to SQ2 “1280 × 960”, “1024 × 768” and “640 × 480.” SUNSET S Preserves the deep hues seen in sunsets and sunrises. FIREWORKS y Lets you

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Taking Pictures Recording movies N You can record movies as well as still pictures with this camera. The camera maintains the correct exposure during movie recording even if your subject moves. The sound is automatically recorded when recording a movie. Set the mode dial to n, then press the POWER switch to turn the camera on. 1 When power is turned on, the lens extends, the monitor turns on, and the camera enters shooting mode. Position the AF target mark on the AF target mark subject wh

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Taking Pictures Recording movies N Press the shutter button the rest of the way and release it to start recording. While a movie is taken, N indicator lights red. Press the shutter button again to stop recording. 1 When the remaining recording time has been used up, recording stops automatically. To view the movie you have just taken, see g“Playing back movies q” (P.59) Press the POWER switch to turn off the camera. The sound quality deteriorates temporarily if water gets on the microph

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Taking Pictures Using zoom systems This camera has two zoom systems, one is a normal optical zoom system and the other is a digital zoom system. Using the zoom systems, you can change the scope and composition of the picture you are taking. Optical zoom up to 2× Optical zoom + digital zoom up to 8× Using the optical zoom 1 Press the zoom button in shooting mode (K). Press and hold the T side of the zoom button to zoom in on a distant object. (Telephoto) Press and hold the W side of the zoom


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