Question about Olympus Stylus 710 Digital Camera
Im having olyumpus mu-mini .. some times i get a error msg 5eo2, 5fo2 ..
i had a problem with my cam shutter .. since then i started getting this kinda error msg..
the simple solution to this error is.. hold the cam upright facing towards sky.. and it works .. when ever i get this error .. i had to on my cam facing it upright .. and it works fine ..!
if any body knows whats the tehnical issue behind this error ..! pls let me know .. thanking u .. nithinjadhav..!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Back to normal setting
give that camera to your brother and make him buy you a new one. if he doesnt do that then read the manual. if you dont understand the manual what makes you think that we could even help you also try to see if theres a help line ..the techs at olympus might walk you though all your problems. or go online and read ..also just try to to put everything in auto mode as you flip through the menu on the camera. good luck CrazyLarry
Posted on Jun 30, 2007
SOURCE: adjust shutter speed
On most indoor shots the shutter speed will normally be 1/30 if you need or want it to be faster than that the only way to do that with this camera is to set the ISO to a higher value. Page 29 of your user manual explains how to set the ISO value for the camera to allow for faster shutter speeds.
Posted on May 04, 2009
If you are sure that your battery if fully charged but still does not do any good, then do this little trick:
1. Hold the camera on your right hand with the lens facing the ground.
2. As you press the power on button, tap or hit the camera's base to your left palm. Do this several times.
Chances are, there could be a sand or granule of dust that got stuck on the sides of the lens, preventing it to retract properly.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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