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Olympus Europe has today announced the CAMEDIA C WIDE ZOOM which is an update to the popular C camera. The 5. It has 4x optical zoom equiv. Hamburg, 29 September - It's a one-off moment, like your friend doing his first bungee jump. You're all ready but the digital camera is too slow and you miss the shot.

Who's never experienced that? With its latest top-of-the-range digital compact camera, Olympus puts an end to such infuriating experiences. And it offers even more. Thanks to the camera's wide-angle zoom lens, you can really tell the whole story, from a zoom photo of the friend seconds before the jump, to a wide-angle shot showing him, the harrowingly deep gorge and the spectators waiting expectantly below. Of course, you don't have to go to a bungee jump to find a motif for this camera.

Packed with a full accompaniment of precision features and manually-adjustable photographic functions, it gives you the freedom to handle almost any scene. Compatibility with a wide range of optional accessories extends its flexibility even further. There are two things in particular you are sure to notice about the C WIDE ZOOM. Firstly, this camera is incredibly fast, so you don't need to worry about missing that golden moment.

It just takes a fraction of a second from pressing the release to getting the shot. And in the high speed sequence shooting mode, the shooting speed of three frames per second HQ ensures that you can capture a whole series of breathtaking moments. Secondly, the 5. Starting at a focal length of 27mm 35mm camera equivalentthe lens gives you the broad scope to capture sweeping landscapes or the majesty of great architecture.

But what's so amazing about a digital camera with a wide-angle lens? Well, to avoid the problem of cornershading, a loss of quality at the edge of the frame, first-class optical elements need to be used and arranged to ensure the telecentric transmission of light. Only then, when the light hits the camera's sensor at a right angle, are bright, colourful results ensured. But there's no need to restrict yourself to the big picture.

The camera's 4x zoom equivalent to mm with a 35mm camera also lets you concentrate your photographic eye on details from a scene, such as a face in the crowd. The dual AF system ensures your objects are perfectly focussed, and four different exposure modes programme, shutter priority, aperture priority and fully manual guarantee complete ease of use as well as room for professional creativity.

Compact and ergonomic in design, the CAMEDIA C WIDE ZOOM has a body of magnesium, which meets demands for both strength and lightness. The smart black finish perfectly reflects the model's pro capabilities. And, of course, the C WIDE ZOOM is also compatible with a range of CAMEDIA system accessories, like - via a hot shoe - external flash systems, a power grip, filters as well as a tele and wide angle lens converter. The CAMEDIA C WIDE ZOOM is the ideal camera for the demanding user, providing all the functions and features needed to explore numerous creative avenues.

Sales of this top-of-the-range camera will commence in November I still use this camera in !! I am a retired London advertising photographer, and own a number of full frame digital ,and medium format cameras. People think I was using one of my full frame digitals when the see the prints, and are struck dumb when they see the camera I used.

It also does not get much attention, as people just think I am some old bloke taking a few snaps on an old camera. It is a pity that todays cameras are not as well put together as this camera, I find 5 megapixels ok for this kind of work also. It is not how many pixels you have, but how you see the world and capture it. In I still use this state-of-art from Optics Photos are perfect, colors nice. Nikon's new NX Studio software suite combines the company's previous ViewNX-i and CaptureNX-D applications into a single one-stop solution for editing Raw files from your Nikon digital camera.

Find out more about its updates and enhancements in our review. We're working hard to finish our full review of the new Sony a1, and we've just added our studio image quality analysis. Click through to see how the a1's newly-developed sensor performs.

DJI has officially entered the world of FPV first-person-view drones. Combined with long flight time, DJI safety features and OcuSync 3. The Panasonic Lumix S mm F4. Read our review to find out how it performs. When Olympus released the E-M1X sports camera in latethe company also released a modern editing app called Olympus Workspace.

Is it fully featured and fast enough to replace an Adobe-based editing workflow? Let's find out. Although a lot of people only upload images to Instagram from their smartphones, the app is much more than just a mobile photography platform. In this guide we've chosen a selection of cameras that make it easy to shoot compelling lifestyle images, ideal for sharing on social media.

If you're looking for a high-quality camera, you don't need to spend a ton of cash, nor do you need to buy the latest and greatest new product on the market. In our latest buying guide we've selected some cameras that might be a bit older but still offer a lot of bang for the buck. Whether you make a living out of taking professional portraits, or are the weekend warrior who knows their way around flashes and reflectors, you'll want a camera with high resolution, exceptional autofocus and a good selection of portrait prime lenses.

Click through to see our picks. What's the best camera for shooting landscapes? High resolution, weather-sealed bodies and wide dynamic range are all important. In this buying guide we've rounded-up several great cameras for shooting landscapes, and recommended the best. Peak Design took to YouTube recently over concerns that Amazon may have copied its Everyday Sling Bag in the company's Amazon Basics brand. Format has announced Workflow, a new solution to help photographers run their business more efficiently.

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The Fujifilm XF F How does it stack up for optical quality? Chris and Jordan put it to the test to find out. Chris and Jordan just wrapped up their review of the Fujifilm XF mm F Check out this gallery of images they shot while testing the lens, including samples captured with 1. Kenko Tokina has announced it will enter a business alliance on April 1 that will see it become the new source for sales and support of Carl Zeiss equipment in Japan. The company has five new lenses on the way, including three for full-frame camera systems, one for APS-C camera systems and one for Micro Four Thirds camera systems.

DJI has revealed the FPV, a first-person-view drone that's ready to take flight out of the box with settings for pilots of all levels. The BenQ SWC is an incremental update to one of its most popular 4K monitors for photo and video editing. Genealogy company MyHeritage has launched a new AI-powered service, Deep Nostalgia. The AI tech, licensed from D-ID, analyzes the faces in photographs and uses deep learning to apply animation sequences.

The organizers of the annual Mobile Photography Awards announced the winners of their 10th competition. All images were captured with a smartphone. Chris and Jordan shot this colorful sample gallery with the Sigma mm F2. Check it out and judge image quality for yourself. The Sony FE mm F Check our sample gallery to see what kind of image quality you can expect.

Last week we published a video about the Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 12K, and comments came swiftly. We heard your feedback and re-shot the episode to replace some questionable footage. Here's our new and improved version, with Jordan at the helm.

Following the success of the Pentax KP J Limited inthe Japanese camera maker is back with a new J Limited product, this time in the form of the K-1 Mark II J Limited The handcrafted camera is available in four colors and is currently available only in Japan. FiLMiC, makers of apps including FiLMiC Pro, Double Take and Firstlight, has patented a new image rendering technology, Cubiform.

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Click through for a closer look at Sigma's newest zoom lens. The sensors in the Phase One XF IQ4 camera system is currently the largest medium-format digital camera sensor on the market, and we've just put the MP model in front of our studio test scene. Want detail? You've got it. Check out how our new reference camera fares.

Manuals Brands Olympus Manuals Digital Camera CAMEDIA C Wide Zoom Reference manual Olympus CAMEDIA C Wide Zoom Reference Manual Olympus camedia c wide zoom: reference manual. Quick Links Download this manual See also: Basic Manual. DIGITAL CAMERA C Wide Zoom. Explanation of digital camera functions and operating instructions. Explanation of how to download images between your digital camera and PC.

Related Manuals for Olympus CAMEDIA C Wide Zoom Digital Camera Olympus CAMEDIA C Wide Zoom Quick Start Manual Olympus digital camera quickstart guide 2 pages. Olympus digital camera c zoom reference manual pages. Digital Camera OLYMPUS Camedia C ZOOM Basic Manual pages. Page 2 DIGITAL CAMERA C Wide Zoom REFERENCE 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. Page 3 Model Number : C Wide Zoom RM-2 Remote control Trade Name : OLYMPUS Responsible Party : Olympus America Inc. Address : 2 Corporate Center Drive, Melville, New York U. Telephone Number : Tested To Comply With FCC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.

Page 4: Composition Of The Manual Composition of the manual Contents Names of parts P. Page 5: Table Of Contents Contents Composition of the manual Page 6 How to use the menus Page 7 Shutter priority shooting Page 8 6 Adjusting the image quality and exposure Record mode Page 9 Editing movies Page 10 REC VIEW — Checking the picture immediately after shooting Page 12 Indications used in this manual Important information on factors which may lead to a malfunction or operational problems.

Also warns of operations that should be absolutely avoided. Note Useful information and hints that will help you get the most out of your camera. Page 14 Names of parts Flash mode button g P. Page 1 Battery check P. Page 17 Names of parts Item Indications Ref. Page 13 Record mode RAW, TIFF, SHQ, HQ, SQ P. Page Monitor Indications Names of parts Monitor indications Shooting mode Still picture Movie Item Indications Ref. Page P, A, S, M, s, N, m, L, K, J, 1 Shooting mode P.

Page 19 Names of parts Item Indications Ref. Page 20 Names of parts Monitor indications in shooting mode Turn the power on and the monitor turns on diplaying the shooting information. Each time you press f, the information display changes in the following sequence. Display 1 The shooting information details are displayed. Page Playback Mode Names of parts Playback mode INFO setting allows you to select how much information to display on the screen.

Screens with the Information display set to ON are shown below. Memory gauge Battery check indication The memory gauge lights up when you take a Page How To Use This Manual How to use this manual Set the mode dial to any of the marks shown here. Flash intensity control You can adjust the amount of light emitted by the flash. In some situations, you may get better results by adjusting the light emission. If the strap is attached incorrectly and the camera falls off, Olympus is not responsible for any damages.

Page Charging The Battery Charging the battery This camera uses one BLM-1 lithium ion battery. Other batteries cannot be used. The battery is not fully charged at the time of purchase. Before using the camera, charge the battery using the BCM-2 charger. For more details, read the instructions provided with the charger. Page Loading The Battery Loading the battery This camera uses one BLM-1 lithium ion battery.

Make sure the power switch is set to OFF. Insert the battery, making sure that it is correctly oriented as shown in the illustration. Page Removing The Battery Other ways to power the camera AC adapter The optional Olympus CAMEDIA-brand AC adapter allows you to power your digital camera from a common AC wall outlet. Be sure to use the specified AC adapter. An AC adapter is useful for time-consuming tasks such as downloading images to a PC or outputting images on a printer.

Page Power Battery Holder Loading the battery Power battery holder The optional power battery holder B-HLD20 allows you to shoot for longer than when using the lithium ion battery. Be sure to remove the battery compartment cover pushing to the direction of the arrow when attaching the power battery holder to the camera. Page Inserting A Card Microdrive is a compact hard disk drive. Before use, be sure to format the card on this camera.

Page 30 Inserting a card Make sure the power switch is set to OFF. Power switch Open the card cover. Card cover Insert a card. Ensure the card is not inserted diagonally. Close the card cover securely until it clicks. Page Switching Cards Inserting a card Switching cards The card currently in use is displayed on the control panel or monitor. Choose the card you want to record the picture on before taking the picture.

The factory default setting is the xD-Picture Card. If only one card is inserted, that card is automatically selected. Pull the monitor out and rotate it. Be sure to open the monitor before shooting or playing back images. Page Selecting A Language For On-Screen Display Selecting a language for on-screen display You can select a language for on-screen display.

Available languages vary depending on the area where you purchased this camera. This reference manual shows the English on-screen display in the illustrations and explanations. Set the mode dial to P and turn the Power switch camera on. Page 38 Selecting a language for on-screen display Press ac to select W, then press d. Page Setting The Date And Time Setting the date and time Set the mode dial to P and turn the Power switch camera on.

Arrow pad OK button Press e. DRIVE Press d on the arrow pad to select MODE MENU Then press d. Page Adjusting The Viewfinder Adjusting the viewfinder You can adjust the viewfinder to match your eyesight visual acuity.

While looking through the viewfinder, slowly turn the diopter adjustment dial. Viewfinder Diopter adjustment dial Turn the diopter adjustment dial until the AF target mark can be seen clearly. Page Holding The Camera Holding the camera Hold the camera firmly with both hands while keeping your elbows at your sides to prevent the camera from moving. When taking pictures in the vertical position, hold the camera so that the flash is higher than the lens. Keep your fingers, the strap and the lens cap attached to the strap away from the lens, flash and AF sensor.

Page Using The Buttons And Menus 2 Using the Buttons and Menus Direct buttons This camera is equipped with direct buttons for quick operation and setting of various shooting and playback-related functions. The direct buttons have different functions in the shooting mode and in the playback mode. Holding down the direct buttons and turning the control dial allows you to make settings for each function such as selecting menu items or changing setting values.

Page Direct Button Functions Direct buttons Direct button functions Shooting mode Control dial This means to turn the control dial while holding down the direct button to make function settings. Control dial gP. Control dial The histogram display can be set. Page 46 Direct buttons flash mode button gP.

FLASH MODE Control dial AUtO Slow synchronization can be set. Page 47 Direct buttons gP. Control dial When the metering mode MULtI is set to 5, the metering MOVE target can be moved. Page 48 Direct buttons gP. Playback mode 0 protect button gP. Page Types Of Menus Types of menus When you turn on the camera and press e, the top menu is displayed on the monitor.

The functions of this camera are set from the menus. This chapter explains how the menus work, using the P mode screens. The top menu is displayed. Page How To Use The Menus How to use the menus Press e to display the top Press ac to select a tab, menu.