Question about Olympus Photography
I just inherited an Olympus Accura Zoom XB 70 camera with no manual. I am not a camera buff, but would like to be able to use this camera properly.
On it there are several buttons that I have no idea what they do.
The W button I assume means to wind.
The biggest one takes the picture.
The one marked ''T'' is a guess
Another button, with a rounded top and an icon that looks like a backwards ''G''
and than on the face of the camera a swith that moves vertically from a center position and returns to that positions and has two icons that mimic a mountain and the other possibly a lightng bolt.
I have tried to find a manual for this camera, but to no avail.
The camera has a zoom lens, so 'W' means 'Wide Angle', 'T' means telephoto.
It also has a dedicated landscape mode which is the mountain icon. Use this when taking pictures of landscapes. The lightning bolt, means 'Flash'.
The backwards 'G' sounds like a film wind icon, but that's a guess!
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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