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ERLAUTERUNG:Handbuch olympus om d e m10 mark ii
To prevent camera shake caused by the small vibrations that occur during shutter operation, Anti-Shock shooting is performed using an electronic front-curtain shutter. When Anti-Shock is enabled, the shutter is released a while after the shutter button is pressed all the way down. The interval between the shutter button is pressed and the shutter is released can be set from 0 second to 30 seconds.
Default setting is 0 second. Select one of the items marked Single shooting, sequential shooting, self-timer or custom self-timer on the Super control panel or Live Control. While the shutter button is fully depressed, you can shoot approximately 8. No, the flash will not automatically pop up. The LCD monitor can be moved up and down. You can tilt up the monitor to about degree angle and tilt down to about degree angle.
The ECG-3 is a dedicated camera grip for E-M10 Mark II. You cannot attach the camera grip to other Olympus OM-D series digital SLR cameras. Question : How many shots can be taken in time lapse photography and how long can I set its shooting interval? Answer: You can shoot up to shots in time lapse photography and you can set its shooting interval between 1 second and 24 hours. The following procedure explains how to set and shoot time lapse photography.
Time lapse function is selectable when using the PAS or M shooting mode. Press the [MENU] button. In Shooting Menu 1select and press the [OK] button. In Intrvl. Set the number of frames and interval to a desired value and press the [OK] button to complete the setting.
Sets the time from pressing the shutter button until the first picture is taken. You can choose between 1 second and 24 hours. Sets the shooting interval after the shooting starts. The sequence of time lapse photography can be converted to a movie. Off: Records each frame as a still picture. On: Records each frame as a still picture and generates a time lapse movie. When you set the time lapse photography to On, the icon for time lapse photography is displayed on the monitor.
The number on the icon indicates the number of shots you can take. Press the shutter button to start the time lapse photography. You can download the newest firmware to your camera through the Internet. Get Started Now. Not compatible with 5 axis Sync IS. Our newest imaging software supporting various styles of workflows, this software is packed with features that meet the demands of pro photographers.
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Where can I see a list of frequently asked questions on my model? RETURN TO SUPPORT TOPICS. What comes packaged with the camera? What differentiates the E-M10 Mark II from the E-M10? The following table describes the differences:. What are the compression rates, and what size are the image files in each record mode? The capacity depends on the image quality, the type of memory card or whether print reservation is enabled. The number of remaining pictures on the LCD may not change even when a picture is taken or deleted.
The capacity in this table differs from the number of remaining pictures displayed on the LCD. This table shows the approximate number, but the camera shows the maximum up to How do I set the Anti-Shock function? What is Anti-Shock? Default setting is 0 second Please see the following procedure for how to enable Anti-Shock and how to set its interval: How to enable Anti-Shock function Select one of the items marked Single shooting, sequential shooting, self-timer or custom self-timer on the Super control panel or Live Control.
How many pictures can be taken sequentially per second? Mode Image Quality Sequential Shooting Speed Recordable Pictures on Sequential Shooting Sequential Shooting H RAW Approx. ZUIKO DIGITAL ED mm F3. When shooting in sequential shooting H mode, focus, exposure and white balance are locked at the first frame. While shooting in this mode, the last picture taken is displayed briefly after the shutter button is pressed. While shooting in this mode, the pictures taken are not displayed.
You can playback the pictures after shooting. When the battery check icon blinks because of low battery power, the camera stops the shooting and starts to store the pictures. Depending on the amount of power remaining in the battery, the camera may not be able to store all pictures.
Does the flash automatically pop up when shooting in low light conditions? How far can I adjust the angle of the LCD monitor? Can I attach the camera grip ECG-3 to other OM-D cameras? How many shots can be taken in time lapse photography and how long can I set its shooting interval? How to set time lapse photography Time lapse function is selectable when using the PAS or M shooting mode. Tips: After autofocus, the camera starts shooting even if the image is not in focus.
If you want to fix the focus position, shoot in MF mode. Rec View operates for 0. If the Start Waiting Time or Interval Length is set to 1 minutes 31 seconds or longer, the monitor and camera power turns off after 1 minute. While the monitor is off, you can also turn the power on by pressing the shutter button. When the time lapse shooting is finished, time lapse photography is set to Off. Note: Time lapse photography is available only in PAS and M mode.
Touch operation is disabled during time lapse photography. Time lapse photography cannot be used with HDR photography. Time lapse photography cannot be used simultaneously with Bulb, Time, Composite Shooting, Bracketing and Multiple Exposure. The flash will not work when the flash charging time is longer than the shooting interval.
If the camera automatically turns off during time lapse photography, it turns on in time before the next shot. If any of the still pictures are not recorded correctly, the time lapse movie will not be generated. If there is not enough space on the card, time lapse movie is not recorded.
Time lapse photography is cancelled if any of the following function is operated: Mode dial, MENU button, button, lens release button or connecting the USB cable. Time lapse photography is cancelled if you turn off the camera.
The shooting stops if there is not enough power left on the battery. Make sure your camera's battery is fully charged. Depending on the computer system, you may not be able to view 4K time lapse movies. The compatible software for viewing 4K time lapse movie is OLYMPUS Viewer 3 1. OM-D E-M10 Mark II Instruction Manuals Manuals for Download: E-M10 Mark II Instruction Manual English E-M10 Mark II Instruction Manual Spanish E-M10 Mark II Instruction Manual French.
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Manuals Brands Olympus Manuals Digital Camera E-M10 Mark II Instruction manual Olympus E-M10 Mark II Instruction Manual. Quick Links. 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. For the latest information, please visit the Olympus website. Related Manuals for Olympus E-M10 Mark II Digital Camera Olympus E-M1 Instruction Manual pages. Digital Camera Olympus E-M10 Mark III Instruction Manual 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. Important information on factors which may lead to a malfunction Cautions or operational problems. Also warns of operations that should be absolutely avoided.
Notes Points to note when using the camera. Useful information and hints that will help you get the most out of Tips your camera. Page 3: Table Of Contents Table of Contents Shooting with long exposure time Quick task index BULB Page 4 ISO sensitivity Page 5 Z Movie Page 6 Connecting the camera to a Information computer and a printer Shooting tips and information Page 7: Quick Task Index Quick task index Shooting Taking pictures with automatic settings iAUTO A Choosing an aspect ratio Aspect ratio Quickly matching settings to the scene Scene mode SCN Pro-level photography made simple Live Guide Adjusting the brightness of a photograph Exposure compensation Live Guide Taking pictures with a blurred background Aperture priority shooting Page Names Of Parts Names of parts 1 Mode dial Page 11 a q Playback button Page Preparation Preparation Unpack 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 Blinks orange Charging error AC wall outlet Charging time: Up to approximately 3 hours 30 minutes Lithium ion charger AC cable 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.
Loading the card. Page Attaching A Lens To The Camera Attaching a lens to the camera Attach a lens to the camera. 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 when shooting 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 19 Monitor display during movie mode Wi-Fi TC DF M-IS M-IS C-AF C-AF AUTO AUTO WMUTX G Recording level meter Press the u button to switch between shooting methods.
Page Switching The Information Display Switching the information display You can switch the information displayed in the monitor during shooting using the INFO button. Wi-Fi 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 Indicator Mode icon mode, and then shoot the image. Page Shutter Button Adjust the focus. Page Using Iauto Mode Using iAUTO mode A full auto mode in which the camera automatically optimizes settings for the current scene.
The camera does all the work, which is convenient for beginners. You may not be able to change some options. Using live guides Live guides make it easy to access a variety of advanced photographic techniques. Page 25 Shoot. Page Shooting In Scene Mode Shooting in scene mode Select a scene according to the subject. Rotate the mode dial to SCN.
Select a scene using the arrow pad FG. The camera monitor cannot be used to playback images in 3D. Use a device that supports 3D display. Focus is locked. Pop Art Creates an image that expresses a soft tone atmosphere.
Page 29 Rotate the mode dial to ART. Page Using Photo Story Using PHOTO STORY You can shoot a PHOTO STORY. Shoot with selected PHOTO STORY type. Rotate the mode dial to J. Page 31 Shoot an image for the next frame. Set the mode dial to P. Wi-Fi S-IS AUTO ISO-A F5. Page Choosing Aperture A Aperture-Priority Mode Choosing aperture A aperture-priority mode Mode A 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 S Shutter-Priority Mode Choosing shutter speed S shutter-priority mode Mode S is a shooting mode where you choose the shutter speed and let the camera automatically adjust to the appropriate aperture.
Rotate the mode dial to S and then use the rear dial to select shutter speed. A fast shutter speed can freeze a fast action scene without any blur. Page Choosing Aperture And Shutter Speed M Manual Mode Choosing aperture and shutter speed M manual mode Mode M is a shooting mode where you choose both the aperture and shutter speed. They can be set even in bulb, time, and live composite photography, where the shutter Rotate the mode dial to M, and then remains open while the shutter button is pressed.
Page Shooting With Touch Screen Operations Shooting with touch screen operations Tap T to cycle through touch screen settings. Tap a subject to focus and automatically release the shutter. This function is not available in n mode. Wi-Fi Touch screen operations disabled. Tap to display an AF target and focus on the subject in the selected area. Page Recording Movies Recording movies You can record movies when the mode dial is on any mode except J PHOTO STORY.
Press the R button to begin recording. R button TC NDF 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. Use live control to select the settings. Touch M or press the Fn2 button to zoom in on the area in the zoom frame.
You can also add still pictures to the My Clips movie. Press Q to display the live control, and select M-IS M-IS movie image quality mode using the rear dial. The shot clips are stored in My Clips. You can add movie clips and still pictures to My Clips. Press q and then turn the rear dial to play back My Clips. Page Recording High-Speed Movies Recording high-speed movies Recording slow-motion movies. Footage shot at fps plays back at 30 fps; quality is equivalent to [SD].
Rotate the mode dial to n. AUTO AUTO AUTO Page Using Shooting Options Using shooting options Calling shooting options You can call up especially often-used shooting options using pre-allocated buttons. To select shooting options not assigned to buttons, use the LV super control panel that displays the current status of the shooting settings. Touch or use the arrow pad to select options and change the settings. Page Available Settings Press the Q button in modes.
Cursor AUTO AUTO NORM Tap the desired item. Page Controlling Exposure Exposure Compensation Press Q to display the live control. Cursor Displays Use the rear dial to select the the selected settings, use the front dial to function M-IS M-IS change the selected setting, name and press Q.
Page Setting The Af Target Af Area Setting the AF target AF Area Choose which of the 81 autofocus targets will be used for autofocus. Press the arrow pad to display the AF target. Use FGHI to change to single target display and select the AF position. Press the INFO button. Use HI to select an option and press Q.
Selection method J Face Priority Off Face priority off.