When I want to take a picture with my Olympus EVOLT D-410, the viewfinder's image is blurry. You can see and everything, it's just like if you put on someone's glasses and the perscription was much lower/higher than yours. I can take the picture, and the picture turns out fine, but I never know, while taking a picture, if I'm out or in focus.
There's a little plastic screw right besides the viewfinder, i think it's on the right side. try to adjust sharpness with this screw (it's actually for people with glasses, allowing them to take pictures without wearing the glasses).
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That's how a DSLR camera works. When you are setting up the shot, the image through the lens is reflected by a mirror up to the viewfinder. When you snap the picture, the mirror flips out of the way so the image can be registered on the sensor and then the mirror flips back. So, for that time, there is no image in the viewfinder.
On the EVOLT E-300 it is not a camera that has a live view LCD screen that will allow you to see the image before it is taken. You must take the image with viewfinder only and only use the LCD screen for review purposes. This is how the camera was designed.
I have the Olympus e-410 and I cant get the pictures to upload to my PC. I have connected it and have gone into easy print and normally that works. I have even had to turn the camera off and on a few times and then it will kick in but it wont do any of that this time. I cant find the manual and it was my husbands camera before we got married and he only upload once before that. HELP!