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I have an Olympus fe10 and I can't get pictures I have saved as favorites to print, why?

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  • Tami Smith Mar 09, 2008

    That is a terific idea, but we only have five to 10 pictures loaded on the camera. the problem still exists. Can you remove pictures from fav's and put them into regular play?

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The batteries do not last 2 minutes. 2 photos. with good decent batteries only last 8 photos please help anyone

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Hi , check the card memory might full , erase some copied picture or delete some pictures files. so that you may able to take pictures.

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I just bought an olympus FE-4020 and I want the date to display on the saved image. I can't find anything in the manual about how to turn this function on.


The date and time (and a lot more) are stored with every picture in its EXIF metadata. Any photo viewing/editing program should be able to display this data. To print this data, please consult the documentation for whatever program you're using to print your pictures. Depending on the program and printer you may print the date on the image, in the margins, or on the back.

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Hi I am sorry to say sounds like you have deleted them , the menu favourites is not a separate memory it is just a prefix for the camera to find your favorite pictures .. so if you have erased them I think all you are actually seeing on the camera are the saved thumbprints to favourites with the address on them so the camera knew where they where stored .. But you have deleted them so they wont show in the cards directory as they are no longer there . To doubly check my theory please check your available memory on the card and work out how many photos it can store and what space is available .. and would there be space for your pictures on the card if they where still there for example .. card size 1ghz
each picture in Bmp format uses approx 500kb in jpeg or jif format approx 250 kb so multiply the number of photos you took by 250 or 500 depending on what format they are on the camera . take the available space stated and the maximum space available and deduct it from the greater , then tally the amount left with the amount of space needed for your photos . if it correlates then they may just be there in a hidden file if it doesen't then I am afraid you have lost them .. if it seems they are there in files on your computer activate hidden files view and you just may find them .. but I seriously doubt it .. always save pictures to Computer before deleting them from any directory on the camera as when moving them from directory on camera it sometimes only re categorizes them as the camera has limited space .. Regards Vortash

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Unfortunately the image is not able to be saved if you have zoomed in on it. The camera does not have the ability to save images that way. You can download the image and use photo editing software to cause that zoomed in effect to happen so that you are able to print the image that way.

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I have a Olympus IS-30DLX where can I find a user manual? I'm trying to set up the automatic timer to take a picture.


Hi Travis,

The website you are looking for is:
http://camera.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/olympus/is-30_dlx.html
A FREE membership is required for you to download, save or print your manual. You will also find tips or help for your camera should anything go wrong. Good luck

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before u took any pictures, did u reformat your card?because sometime what happen is that the camera allow you to see the picture in the camera but when you connect to the computer it cannt sync.

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