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The Stylus 410 Digital claims to be all weather. What does this mean?

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Re: All weather

The Olympus Stylus 410 Digital camera will not be damaged by water splashed onto it from any direction and can be used outside in adverse weather conditions such as snow or rain. The Stylus 410 Digital camera is all weather, not waterproof, and cannot be immersed in water. It is designed to operate at ambient temperature 32?-104?F and relative humidity of 30-90%.

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Weatherproof


The Stylus 500 weatherproofing protection is equivalent to IEC Standard publication 529 IPX4. The camera will not be damaged by water splashed from any direction. The camera can be used outside in adverse weather conditions. If you are taking pictures when the camera is exposed to rain or snow, make sure that the optical components (lens, flash) are not covered with water. Water droplets on the lens may affect image quality. The Stylus 500 is designed to operate at ambient temperatures of 32?-104?F and relative humidity 30-90%. Please note that the camera is weatherproof, not waterproof, and cannot be immersed in water. Olympus will not assume any responsibility for any camera damage caused by water getting inside as a result of misuse by the user.

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AC adapter


The D-7AC AC Adapter is designed specifically for the Stylus Digital camera. It outputs 4.8 Volts at 2 Amps. The stock number is 200850.

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Focusing distance in macro mode


The Macro Mode operating range is 8 inches to 20 inches. This means the camera must be between 8 inches and 20 inches away from the subject for a picture to be in focus.

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RM-2 remote control


Remote control is useful when you want to take a picture without touching the camera (self portrait, night scene, etc.).

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Video output feature


Yes, the Stylus 410 Digital camera supports both NTSC and PAL.

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Lenses or filters


No, the camera does not accept any add-on lenses or filters.

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All-weather capability


The following steps can be taken to maintain the all-weather: Make sure that all the covers are closed before using the camera. The camera loses its all-weather capability if the battery compartment cover, connector cover or DC-IN jack cover is open. Wipe any water off the camera before changing the battery or card. If the camera gets splashed, wipe the water off as soon as possible with a dry cloth. Saltwater spray or droplets can cause damage to the camera if the camera is not wiped dry as soon as possible. Do not apply excessive force to or attempt to peel off the rubber packing of the battery compartment cover, connector cover or DC-IN jack cover. If the rubber packing of the battery compartment cover, connector cover or DC-IN jack cover contains dirt or sand, wipe it off before closing the cover. If the rubber packing becomes worn or damaged, contact the nearest Olympus service center to obtain a replacement part.

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Weatherproof


The Olympus Stylus 300/400 Digital is the first metal-bodied digital camera in the world to feature protection equivalent to IEC Standard publication 529 IPX4. The camera will not be damaged by water splashed from any direction. The camera can be used outside in adverse weather conditions. If you are taking pictures when the camera is exposed to rain or snow, make sure that the optical components (lens, viewfinder, flash) are not covered with water. Water droplets on the lens may affect image quality. The Stylus 300/400 Digital is designed to operate at ambient temperature 32°-104°F and relative humidity 30-90%. Please note that the camera is weatherproof, not waterproof, and can not be immersed in water. Olympus will not assume any responsibility for any camera damage caused by water getting inside as a result of misuse by the user.

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