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Manuals Brands Olympus Manuals Digital Camera E-M1 MARK II Instruction manual Olympus E-M1 MARK II Instruction Manual. Quick Links Download this manual See also: User ManualQuick 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. The screen and camera illustrations shown in this manual were produced during the development.
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Page 3: Table Of Contents Table of Contents Custom Modes C1, C2, C Page 4 Setting in super control panel Page 5 Processing options Picture Using the setup menu Page Page Names Of Parts Names of parts 1 Mode dial lock Page 11 d MENU 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. Camera Body cap Strap USB cable CB-USB11 Flash Lithium-ion battery Lithium-ion charger Cable clip FL-LM3 BLH Page Charging And Inserting The Battery Attaching the cable clip Use the cable clip to secure the cable, then attach it to the strap.
The cable clip can also be attached to the strap eyelet. Charging and inserting the battery Charge the battery. Page 14 Loading the battery. Direction indicating mark Removing the battery Turn off the camera before opening or closing the battery compartment cover.
Page Inserting The Card Inserting the card The following types of SD memory card commercially available can be used with this camera: SD, SDHC, SDXC, and Eye-Fi. Open the card compartment cover. Slide the card in until it is locked into place. 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. Using the monitor You can change the orientation and angle of the monitor. 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 RC BKT S-IS AUTO S-IS AUTO UTO UTO B B B S-AF S-AF AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO ISO-A -3 -3 F5.
Page 21 1 Card write indicator 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 AUTO S-IS AUTO 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.
Page 25 Adjust the focus. 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. S-IS AUTO 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.
Set the mode dial to A to set the 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. Set the mode dial to S to set the shutter speed. A fast shutter speed can freeze a fast action scene without any blur.
A slow shutter speed will blur a fast action scene. 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. Set the mode dial to M to set the aperture value and the shutter speed. Wi-Fi S-IS AUTO S-IS AUTO These phenomena occur when the temperature rises in the image pickup device or image pickup device internal drive circuit, causing current to be generated in those sections of the image pickup device that are not normally exposed to light.
Page Letting The Camera Choose The Settings Iauto Mode Press the shutter button to end shooting. However, the available shooting time will vary depending on shooting conditions, and charging state of the camera. Page 32 To set multiple live guides, repeat Steps 2 and 3. Page 34 Rotate the mode dial to ART. Page Custom Modes C1, C2, C3 Custom Modes C1, C2, C3 Save settings to each of three Custom Modes for instant recall.
Page Recording Movies Recording movies Use the R button to record movies. Press the R button to begin recording. Page Using Movie Mode N Using movie mode n With movie mode nyou can create movies that take advantage of the effects available in still photography mode. You can also apply an after-image effect or zoom in on an area of the image during movie recording. Page Using The Silencing Function When Shooting A Movie Movie Tele-converter Tap the icon to display the zoom frame.
Tap M to zoom in on the area in the zoom frame. Page Using Various Settings Using various settings Controlling exposure Exposure F Rotate the front dial to choose exposure compensation. Page Setting The Af Target Setting the AF target Select the single target or group target position. Press the Fn1 button to display the AF target. Use the arrow pad to position the AF target during AF target selection.
Faces detected by the camera are indicated by white frames. Page Changing Iso Sensitivity Iso Changing ISO sensitivity ISO Increasing ISO sensitivity increases noise graininess but allows photographs to be taken when lighting is poor. The setting recommended in most situations is [AUTO], which starts at ISO —a value that balances noise and dynamic range—and then adjusts ISO sensitivity according to shooting conditions.
This is useful when shooting a subject under natural light, as well as under various light sources with different color temperatures. Select [P], [Q], [W], or [X] one-touch white balance 1, 2, 3, or 4 and press the INFO button. Page 44 Press the shutter button halfway to focus; the camera then tracks and maintains focus on the current subject while the shutter button is held in this position.
Page Choosing How The Camera Measures Brightness Metering Choosing how the camera measures brightness Metering You can choose how the camera meters subject brightness. Press the AF m button. HI HI Rotate the front dial to select a value. S-AF S-AF Single AF S-AF S-AF S-AF S-AF C-AF C-AF C-AF Alternatively, you can take pictures using the self-timer. Press the jYHDR button. Rotate the rear dial to select a value. Pre-combination RAW images can only be played back on the software that comes with this camera.
Page Setting In Super Control Panel Setting in super control panel Other main shooting functions can be set in the LV super control panel. Press the Q button to display the LV super control panel. Change settings using FGHI or touch operations. Page 51 Changing ISO sensitivity ISO You can set the ISO sensitivity. Use FGHI to select [ISO]. Page Making Fi Ne Adjustments To White Balance Wb Compensation Adjusting color WB white balance You can set the white balance.
Use FGHI to select [WB]. The image stabilizer starts when you press the shutter button halfway. Press the Q button to display the LV super control IS Mode panel. Press the Q button to display the LV super control Sequential High panel. Shooting will no longer be possible 1 Dual when either of the cards becomes full. Note that the image quality Independent 1 mode changes when [Dual independent 1] is selected; RAW image data cannot be viewed using other cameras or software, and RAW images cannot be selected for printing.
JPEG copies of RAW images can be created using this camera. Press the Q button to display the LV super control Flash Mode panel. Page Processing Options Picture Mode Processing options Picture Mode You can select a picture mode and make individual adjustments to contrast, sharpness, and other parameters P.
When connecting the camera to a computer using the USB cable, with SD cards inserted in both of the camera's card slot 1 and 2. When the E-M1 Mark II is connected to the computer, the camera will be recognized as the external drive removable disk. Two separate drives are displayed on the computer, each one for the camera's card slot 1 and slot 2.
When connecting the camera to a computer using the USB cable, two drive letters for card slot 1 and slot 2 are displayed in ascending alphabetical order. In the following illustration, for example, drive "E:" is slot 1 and "F:" is slot 2.
When connecting the camera to a computer using the USB cable, card slot 1 and slot 2 are displayed as "NO NAME". When transferring images to the computer using OLYMPUS Viewer 3 software. When a camera with two inserted media cards is connected to the computer using the USB cable, each card is displayed as "E-M1 Mark II" in the left side of the OLYMPUS Viewer 3 window. You can switch the display of card slot 1 and slot 2 by selecting either of the listed "E-M1 Mark II".
For displaying the images in card slot 1, select the upper "E-M1 Mark II". When there are SD cards in both card slots, you can select whether to record still images and videos in the same card or record them in a separate card. You can switch the card slot Card Slot 1 or Card Slot 2 during playback by turning the Front dial or Rear dial while depressing the Playback button.
The change of playback card by this operation does not affect the Slot setting of Card Slot Settings. How to change the image size, compression and frame rate. Use a Speed Class 10 SD card for movie recording. When shooting in ALL-Intra, use a Class 3 UHS-II or UHS-I card. You can download the newest firmware to your camera through the Internet.
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What comes packaged with the camera? The following items are packaged with the camera: E-M1 MarkII camera body Lithium-ion Rechargeable Battery BLH-1 Lithium-ion Battery Charger BCH-1 Eyecup EP Flash FL-LM3 USB cable CB-USB11, USB Type C Body Cap Cable Clip CC-1 The Cable Clip prevents the USB cable or HDMI cable from coming off the camera. Strap Flash Case Instruction Manual Warranty Card.
What does the computer screen look like when a camera with two inserted SD cards is connected to the computer? The following describes what the computer screen looks like when a camera with two inserted SD cards is connected to the computer. When connecting the camera to a computer using the USB cable, with SD cards inserted in both of the camera's card slot 1 and 2 When the E-M1 Mark II is connected to the computer, the camera will be recognized as the external drive removable disk.
Windows: When connecting the camera to a computer using the USB cable, two drive letters for card slot 1 and slot 2 are displayed in ascending alphabetical order. How do I set the options for shooting still images with two cards inserted into the camera? The available settings are StandardAuto SwitchDual Independent and Dual Same. Standard is the default setting. In Auto Switchthe recording switches to the other card when the card in use becomes full.
In Dual Independentthe images in the two cards are recorded in different image quality modes. In Dual Samethe images in the two cards are recorded in the same image quality mode. These settings are available for still image shooting. In video shooting, you can select the card slot card slot 1 or 2 for the recording. Note: The image quality mode may change if you change the option selected for Save Settings or replace a memory card with one that can contain a different amount of additional photographs.
Check the image quality mode before taking photographs. Do not remove the battery or card while the card write indicator is displayed on the upper left of the monitor. Turn off the camera before loading or removing the card. Cards must be formatted with the camera before first use. If a UHS-II card is inserted into the slot 2 UHS-I compatiblethe card operates as the UHS-I. Do not forcibly insert a damaged or deformed card. Doing so may damage the card slot.
Multiple Eye-Fi cards cannot be used at the same time. I want to record still images and videos on a different SD card. What should I do? Note: Do not remove the battery or card while the card write indicator is displayed on the upper left of the monitor. How do I switch to the other card slot during playback? What type of memory card can I use with this model?
Card slot 1 is compatible with UHS-I and UHS-II cards. Card slot 2 is compatible with UHS-I cards. Which lenses are compatible with the Focus Stacking mode? The following lenses are compatible with the Focus Stacking mode: M. ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 8mm F1. ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 30mm F3. ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 60mm F2. ZUIKO DIGITAL ED mm F4. ZUIKO DIGITAL ED mm F2. What is the available recording time for movies, in each movie mode?
Super Fine 60p, 50p, 30p, 25p, 24p Approx. Fine Approx. Normal Approx. HD x ALL-Intra 60p, 50p, 30p, 25p, 24p Approx. Super Fine Approx. When a movie exceeds 4 GB, the movie is saved as a new file. The maximum recording time per movie is 29 min.
The actual recorded bit rate varies depending on the shooting scene or combination of frame rates. Movies in this format are suitable for editing but have a larger data size. In Video Menuselect Specification Settings. Change the settings in. Change the setting from the super control panel In the super control panel, select and press the [OK] button.
Press the [Info] button to change the setting. Tip: Use a Speed Class 10 SD card for movie recording. Note: You cannot change the image size, compression and frame rate in AVI format movies. Depending upon the memory card, the recording may stop without utilizing the maximum time. Does the E-M1 Mark II allow Flash in Silent Shutter mode? OM-D E-M1 Mark II Instruction Manuals Manuals for Download: E-M1 Mark II Instruction Manual English E-M1 Mark II Instruction Manual Spanish E-M1 Mark II Instruction Manual French E-M1 Mark II Accessories List US E-M1 Mark II Accessories List CANADA.
Update Your Firmware READ BEFORE UPDATING Please be extremely careful to follow the directions when updating your lens or camera firmware. Disconnecting the USB cord during the update is a main reason the firmware can fail, which results in the need to send in the lens or camera for repair. So patience is key! Follow the "Update Your Firmware" link above to obtain this software.
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