Question about Olympus FE-270 Digital Camera
I tried changing settings but nothing seems to work, appreciate your help. Caia
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I would try resetting the camera to its default factory settings. Directions on how to do this are on page 20 of your camera manual, and I have included a link to a PDF download of your camera manual in case you need it. I hope this helps!
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Posted on Jul 18, 2008
it would appear that the lcd screen has malfunctioned and would need repair.... you can try power cycle by taking batteries out and press and hold power button down for 10 secs, draining all power out of camera, then put the batteries back in and try again
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
The problem you are describing is a problem with one of the chips in the camera that controls image processing. It seems to have failed and needs to be replaced. Following are the instructions to send your camera to Olympus for service.
Olympus will charge a flat rate repair fee for this product if beyond the one year factory warranty or the warranty is voided. The cost is $47.85 plus your local sales tax. This covers parts and labor, factory cleaning and diagnostic check, 6 month warranty and the cost of shipping the product back to you is all included in that price.
Posted on May 11, 2009
I suspect that the film speed is set incorrectly. You need to change the value of the ISO from the menu button near the LCD. Scroll through the menu till you come to ISO ( on film cameras this was the old ASA) for low light conditions one pushed the ASA to a higher rating like ASA 400 which was more sensitive to light, thus better pics in a low light environment.
So you need the opposite and so 100 ASA ( ISO) should help you take better pics in bright sunlight.. you can go as low as 64 if your camera has a setting that low.
Apertures will be different for each ISO value selected so when you look through the lens you will see numbers like F16 in the display ir F8 in a lower light situation.
Rule of thumb
Larger the number smaller the aperture ( sharper the image and for bright light situations
Lower the number larger the aperture to let in more light
average light F8 and this is usually the one the flash selects
Use your manual to learn how to manipulate the ISO and your manual selection of apertures. Your photos wilol improve 100%
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Posted on Aug 24, 2009
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