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Manuals Brands Olympus Manuals Digital Camera E-M10 Mark III Instruction manual Olympus E-M10 Mark III Instruction Manual. Quick Links. See also: Quick Manual. DIGITAL CAMERA. Thank you for purchasing an Olympus digital camera. Before you start to use your new camera. Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference. We recommend that you take test shots to get accustomed to your camera before taking important.
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Digital Camera Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II Quick Manual 12 pages. Before you start to use your new camera, please read these instructions carefully to enjoy optimum performance and a longer service life. Page 2 Indications used in this manual The following symbols are used throughout this manual. Notes Points to note when using the camera. Useful information and hints that will help you get the most out of Tips your camera.
Reference pages describing details or related information. Page 3: Table Of Contents Table of Contents Choosing shutter speed Quick task index Shutter Priority mode Page 4 Calling shooting options Page 6 Cleaning the camera Page 7: Quick Task Index Quick task index Shooting Choosing an aspect ratio Aspect ratio Correcting the effects of perspective Keystone Compensation Automatically adjusting exposure over AE Bracketing a series of photos Multi focus shot SCN Automatically shifting the focus position over a series of photos Focus bracketing Z Making photos brighter or darker Exposure compensation Page 11 b q Playback button Page Preparation Preparation Unpacking the box contents The following items are included with the camera.
If anything is missing or damaged, contact the dealer from whom you purchased the camera. Page Charging And Inserting The Battery Charging and inserting the battery Charging the battery. Charging Direction indicating Charging indicator indicator mark C Charging in Lights orange Lithium ion battery progress Charging complete Charging error Blinks orange AC wall outlet Charging time: Up to approximately 3 hours 30 minutes Lithium ion charger AC cable Loading the card.
Page Attaching A Lens To The Camera Attaching a lens to the camera Rear cap Remove the rear cap of the lens and the body cap of the camera. While pressing the lens release button, rotate the lens in the direction of the arrow. Be sure to set the correct date and time before using the camera.
Some functions cannot be used if the date and time have not been set. Page Shooting Shooting Information displays while shooting Monitor display during still photography Wi-Fi S-IS ON S-IS ON ISO-A AUTO S-AF -3 -3 F5. Page 21 Monitor display during movie mode Wi-Fi M-IS M-IS AUTO AUTO C-AF D Recording level meter Page Switching The Information Display Switching the information display You can switch the information displayed in the monitor during shooting using the INFO button.
INFO button Wi-Fi INFO INFO S-IS ON S-IS ON ISO-A F5. Page Shooting Still Pictures Shooting still pictures Use the mode dial to select the shooting mode, Indicator Mode icon and then shoot the image. Shooting mode Description The camera automatically selects the most appropriate shooting mode.
Page 25 Rotate the mode dial to choose a mode. Frame the shot. Landscape position Portrait position Adjust the focus. Page Switching Displays With The U Shortcut Button Switching Displays with the u Shortcut Button Press the u button to switch to each screen of the selected shooting mode between shots. Page Letting The Camera Choose The Settings Auto Mode Letting the camera choose the settings AUTO mode The camera adjusts settings to suit the scene; all you have to do is press the shutter button.
Set the mode dial to B. Using live guides Use live guides to easily adjust such parameters as color, brightness, and background blurring. Page Shooting In Scene Mode Scn Mode Shooting in scene mode SCN mode The camera automatically optimizes settings for the subject or scene. Rotate the mode dial to SCN. Use FGHI to highlight a scene and press the Q button.
People Nightscapes Motion Scenery Indoors Close-ups Use HI to highlight a scene mode and press the Portrait Q button. Page 30 Subject type Scene mode Description Suitable for tripod shooting of night scenes. G Nightscape Use of a tripod and remote control via OI. Share is recommended P. Suitable for portrait shooting against a background of night view.
Nightscape Use of a tripod and remote control via OI. Page 31 Subject type Scene mode Description Suitable for shots of candlelit scenes. Warm colors are W Candlelight preserved. Suitable for portrait shooting. B Portrait Brings out skin texture. Page Shooting In Advanced Photo Mode Z Mode Shooting in advanced photo mode Z mode Use for quick access to advanced shooting settings.
Rotate the mode dial to Z. Use HI to highlight an AP mode. The changing result can be viewed in the monitor during shooting. Highlight [Live Time] in the AP mode menu P. Press G, use HI to choose the maximum Live Time exposure time, and press the Q button. Highlight [Multiple Exposure] in the AP mode menu P. Press the shutter button halfway down to focus.
The camera varies exposure over a series of four shots and combines them into a single image. Highlight [HDR] in the AP mode menu P. Press G, use HI to choose [HDR1] or [HDR2], and press the Q button. Highlight [Keystone Compensation] in the AP mode menu P. Adjust the effect in the display and frame the shot.
Highlight [AE Bracketing] in the AP mode menu P. Press G, use HI to choose the number of shots, AE Bracketing and press the Q button. Highlight [Focus Bracketing] in the AP mode menu P. Press G, use HI to choose the amount focus Focus Bracketing distance changes with each shot, and press the Q Rotate the mode dial to ART. Effect Pop Art Press G, highlight an effect using HI, and press the Q button.
Soft Focus Creates an image that expresses a soft tone atmosphere. Page Letting The Camera Choose Aperture And Shutter Speed Program Mode Letting the camera choose aperture and shutter speed Program mode P mode is a shooting mode where the camera automatically sets the optimal aperture and shutter speed according to subject brightness. Set the mode dial to P. Wi-Fi S-IS ON S-IS ON ISO-A Page Choosing Aperture Aperture Priority Mode Choosing aperture Aperture Priority mode A mode is a shooting mode where you choose the aperture and let the camera automatically adjust to the appropriate shutter speed.
Rotate the mode dial to A and then use the rear dial to select an aperture value. Page Choosing Shutter Speed Shutter Priority Mode Choosing shutter speed Shutter Priority mode S mode is a shooting mode where you choose the shutter speed and let the camera automatically adjust to the appropriate aperture value. Rotate the mode dial to S and then use the rear dial to select shutter speed. Fast shutter speeds freeze motion of fast-moving subjects. Page Choosing Aperture And Shutter Speed Manual Mode Choosing aperture and shutter speed Manual mode M mode is a shooting mode where you choose both the aperture value and shutter speed.
Bulb, time, and live composite photography are also available. Rotate the mode dial to M, and then use the front dial to select aperture value and the rear dial to select shutter speed. In M mode, rotate the rear dial in the direction shown until [BULB] or [LIVE TIME] is displayed in the monitor. Bulb photography The shutter remains open while the shutter button is pressed.
In M mode, set the shutter speed to [LIVECOMP]. Page Shooting With Touch Screen Operations Shooting with touch screen operations Tap T to cycle through touch screen settings. Wi-Fi ISO-A F5. This feature is not available in movie mode and during bulb, time, or composite photography. Page Recording Movies Recording movies Recording movies in photo shooting modes Use the R button to record movies.
Press the R button to begin recording. Page Recording Movies In Movie Mode Recording movies in movie mode Movie mode can be used to create movies that take advantage of the effects available in photo shooting modes. Rotate the mode dial to Use HI to highlight movie mode. Tap the on-screen icon of the effect you wish to use.
Lens technology, sensor and image processor are at the core of any digital camera. Add 3-axis in-body image stabilization that works with all lenses and you have the advanced technology needed to capture amazing results every time. The E-M10's large, fast and intelligent electronic viewfinder displays all the shooting information you need for a full viewing experience. Adaptive brightness technology renders a natural display under all lighting conditions and the eye sensor automatically switches the EVF on and off.
Plus, its all metal body is sealed for splashproof, dustproof and freezeproof protection. From starscapes to landscapes, macro to zoom, the OM-D E-M10 is ready for whatever and however you like to shoot. Build your system with lenses from our strong and growing M. From compact primes to powerful weatherproof telephotos with professional-grade glass, our optically superior lenses are designed to deliver spectacular images in astonishing detail.
Shot by Olympus Trailblazer Alex McClure with the M. Download the Plug-in Here. Shot with the OM-D E-M5 Mark II with the M. Shoot and share like never before with features like an interactive, high-resolution and high magnification electronic viewfinder, three-inch touch-screen LCD monitor with variable angle positioning and built-in Wi-Fi for instant sharing and remote shooting.
Capture stunning star trails and streetscapes with Live Composite, which automatically blends multiple exposures for incredibly detailed night scenes. In the studio? Compatibility with Advanced Olympus Capture creates a seamless interface between camera and computer for powerful camera control and image transfer. Shot on the OM-D E-M5 Mark II with the M.
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Zuiko Digital mm F3. Exposure time adjustable in the menu. Default setting is 8 min. Operation time: 12 sec. Manual MAperture Priority AShutter Priority SProgrammed Auto PiAUTO, Scene Selection SCNBulb, Time, Underwater, Art Filter. Flash Auto, Redeye, Fill-in, Flash Off, Red-eye Slow sync. RAW: H x V approx. Auto, Presets 7 typesOne-touch WB 4 patterns can be registeredCWB colour temperature specification.
Twelve in-camera Art Filters are enhanced by new filter variations, art effects and bracketing. You can use Art Filters in all shooting modes as well as filming HD movies. Soft Focus Effect b. Pin-Hole Effect c. White Edge Effect d. Frame Effect e. Star Light Effect f. Defocus Efeect g. Filter Effect Yellow, Orange, Red, Green h. Picture Tone Sepia, Blue, Purple, Green.
With Photo Story, users can shoot a normal, everyday scene from multiple viewpoints and combine them into one image. White Frame b. Black Frame d. Wind Noise Reduction, Recording Volume, Microphone Volume Limiter. Audio dubbing possible for still pictures up to 30 sec. GPS Info. Marking function for image share. Battery information, Shooting mode, Shutter speed, Aperture value, Exposure compensation value, ISO sensitivity, Exposure compensation indicator, Exposure indicator, Flash intensity compensation indicator, Date, Auto BKT setting, NR setting, WB, WB compensation value, Record mode, Flash Status, Record mode, Image size, Drive mode, Flash intensity compensation value, Metering mode, Recordable still image number, Focusing mode, AF frame, Color space, Sharpness, Contrast, Saturation, Internal Temperature Warning Gradation, IS activating mode, Face detection, My Mode, Multi Exposure, Aspect Ratio, Super FP.
Battery information, Shooting mode, Shutter speed, Aperture value, Exposure compensation value, ISO sensitivity, Exposure compensation indicator, Exposure indicator, Flash intensity compensation indicator, Date, Auto BKT setting, NR setting, WB, Record mode, Flash Status, Image size, Drive mode, Flash intensity compensation value, Metering mode, Recordable still image number, Focusing mode, AF frame, Internal Temperature Warning, IS activating mode, Face detection, My Mode, Multi Exposure, Aspect Ratio.
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Submissions containing comments about pricing, the purchasing experience, technical support, customer support, or repair will not be posted. Please contact us directly so we may address such comments. My first camera purchase and I do not regret it at all! This camera ticks a lot of stuff that I wanted from functionality to design. I love the retro look and especially the twin dials!
Absolutely a wonder to use and just makes you want to keep on shooting. I like the small form factor but wish the grip was a tad bit larger. Another issue is the battery life. I recommend getting at least 2 more extra batteries and you'll be set for the day! Overall an excellent camera for beginners and still a good value for anyone on a tight budget.
Paired with a sharp lens and you'll be surprised at how good your images come out! I've only given this camera a four star rating, with some work Olympus could easily bump that to a five star. Let's start with the good. I bought this camera to cover a fairly difficult use case: shooting 8 foot tall objects from about feet away, using fairly dim available light.
My point and shoot simply could not manage this - however with the OMD E-M10 on a tripod, and a good telephoto lens on it, this camera got the pictures I wanted with absolutely no trouble at all. Olympus have been in the business of making optical equipment for almost years, and that experience shows in this camera. It really does do a spectacularly good job of getting the image onto the sensor and from there to the SD card. I started "serious" photography back in the early 's with a SLR from another company, got tired of the size of it byand switched to compact Point and Shoot devices.