Olympus stylus handbuch


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Olympus stylus handbuch

Manuals Brands Olympus Manuals Film Camera Stylus Instructions manual Olympus Stylus Instructions Manual Olympus stylus stylus camera-film: instruction manual. Quick Links. Related Manuals for Olympus Stylus Film Camera Olympus 76 Instructions Manual Olympus infinity zoom 76 camera-film: instruction manual 50 pages. Olympus stylus camera-film: instruction manual 13 pages. Olympus film camera instructions infinity zoom 55 pages.

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Olympus i af camera-film: instruction manual 26 pages. Page 2: Description Of Controls LCD panel Shutter release button Flash reflector Autofocus windows Lens barrier Rewind button Description of controls Light sensor Self-timer button Flash mode button Self-timer signal Page 4: Table Of Contents Table of contents Description of controls Page 5 Thank you for purchasing the Olympus Please read this instruction manual carefully before using the camera.

This camera will not operate unless the lens barrier is opened. We also recommend that you shoot at least one roll of film to familiarize yourself with the camera's features. Loading the battery Open the battery compartment cover. Insert the new battery correctly as indicated below and close the bat- tery compartment cover tightly. Open the lens barrier as shown below until you hear a "Click" and check the battery power remaining.

If DX-coded film is unavailable, use ISO film. Open the back cover by sliding the back cover release toward the top of the camera. Page 9 Prepare a "DX" film cartridge. The camera will set itself auto- matically for DX-coded film speeds from ISO 50 to Insert the film cartridge into the camera. Page 10 Align the film leader with the red film loading indicator.

Adjust the length of the film leader before loading so that it matches with the red loading indicator. Make sure the film leader tip is not bent and the film perforations are properly aligned and engaged as shown. Page 11 Open the lens barrier until you hear a "Click". Be sure the exposure counter on the LCD panel will display a number "1" indicating the first picture on the roll.

If the film is improperly loaded, the LCD panel will display a blinking "E" as shown in the illustration B. Page Unloading The Film The camera automatically rewinds the film when you reach the end of the roll. You will hear the motor operating and the exposure counter will count down as the film is rewinding. The final reading on the exposure counter before rewinding may be Unloading more than the number of exposures specified for the film.

Page 13 If you want to rewind the film before the end of a roll, press the rewind but- ton with the tip of a ballpoint pen. Do not use any device with a sharp tip and do not press the rewind button too hard. Page How To Take Pictures How to take pictures Slide the lens barrier as far as it will go until you hear a click.

The shutter will not release unless the lens barrier is fully open. When the camera is not in use, always close this barrier so that the shutter will not release accidentally. Page 15 Hold the camera correctly. Keep your fingers and the strap away from the lens, viewfinder and flash reflector. Page 16 Position your subject within the autofocus frame. Press the shutter release button lightly and confirm that the auto- focus lamp green to the right of the viewfinder is lighted.

The subject should be within the picture frame. Shooting range: From 0. Page 18 Press the shutter release button Gently to minimize camera shake. As soon as the shutter is released, the film will automati- cally advance to the next frame. You will hear the motor operat- ing.

The exposure counter will advance to the next frame when film winding is completed. Page Auto Flash Photography Auto flash photography 1 Taking pictures in low light In low light situations, the flash will activate automatically when the flash mode is AUTO or AUTO-S. If you are taking pictures in low light, the flash lamp orange to the right of the viewfinder and the red lamp on the front of the camera will light when the shutter release button is pressed halfway.

Page 20 The flash will activate automatically when the shutter release button is fully pressed. Flash shooting range: ISO 0. ISO 0. Page Auto Flash Photography Auto flash photography 2 Taking backlighted subjects In backlighted situations, the flash will activate automatically when the flash mode is AUTO or AUTO-S.

If you are taking backlighted subjects, the flash lamp orange and red lamp on the front of the camera will light when the shutter release button is pressed halfway. Page Camera Functions And Controls Camera functions and controls Close-up photography Be careful of the flash's light when shooting people's faces in close- up photography.

Page Focus Lock Focus lock Use the locus lock when you want to position your subject outside the autofocus frame in the center of the viewfinder. Position your subject in the autofocus frame and press the shutter release button halfway. The autofocus indicator green will light in the viewfinder. Page 24 While keeping the shutter release button pressed halfway, change the position of your subject in the viewfinder to achieve the desired composition.

Press the shutter release button fully to take the picture. Page Self-Timer Photography While pressing the self-timer button press the shutter release button fully to activate the self-timer. Page Flash Auto-S Mode Auto-S flash photography Auto-S flash significantly reduces "Red-eye" phenomenon when a subject's eyes appear red in flash portraits and group photos. Press the flash mode button until " AUTO-S" appears on the LCD panel.

Compose your shot and press the shutter release button — the flash will emit a rapid series of pre flashes, followed directly by the main flash. Page 27 Flash AUTO-S mode shooting range: ISO 0. Page Flash Off Mode Press the shutter release button fully to take the picture. FILL-IN flash mode The flash always activates in this mode.

It can be engaged for daylight synchro photography or when shooting backlighted Press the flash mode button until " FILL-IN" appears on the LCD panel. Page 31 Be sure the lens barrier is closed before the camera is inserted into the case. Page Troubleshooting Q: Will the camera operate without film?

A: Even if there is no film in the camera, if the lens barrier is open, the shutter will release. Under low light the flash will activate. If the lens barrier is closed, the camera will not operate; Page 33 Subjects in high - light situations, such as summer sea shores or snowy mountains.

Q: Where can I buy lithium batteries? A: At your local camera dealer or nearest Olympus service center. When purchasing batteries, order Duracell DLA or Panasonic CRA, or equivalent. Page Specifications Type: Fully automatic 35 mm autofocus lens-shutter camera Film format: 35 mm standard DX coded film 24 x 36 mm Lens: Olympus lens 35 mm F3.

Page 36 Flash modes: AUTO automatic flash activation in low light and backlightAUTO-S automatic flash activation in low light and backlightOFF no flashand FILL-IN forced activation. Battery check: Display on LCD Lens barrier: Sliding type with release lock Power source: 3V lithium battery DLA, CRA or equivalent Dimensions: W x 63 H x 37 D 4.

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