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When I hook the connection from my camera to the
Have the camera off when connecting the cord...then turn it on. If an icon doesn't appear on your desktop or Windows doesn't offer to open it in a list of programs, open "my computer"...it may be listed as a removable drive that you can double-click on to open. Or, if you use a memory card, just buy a memory card reader and plug that in...works every time.
Gettihg pictures into computer.
you should have been given a cable that hooks up from your camera to the ( probably ) F drive on your computer.once you connect the two, the camera screen will prompt you if you want to download.it should give you a few options on your computer screen as to where you want to download.hopefully picassa.if you don't have picassa,get it,it's the best and you can download it for free.DO NOT !! download your pictures to the olympus file as you have bloody hell trying to print,copy,or e-mail them.if you don't have the cable,then you can probably find it on-line or at a store like best buy.
I puschesed a olympus D370 and can't figure out
I bought an olympus FE-310 last year when i spent the year in south korea.got an instruction manual,but it was in korean.just have to play with the menu buttons to see your pics,or use the cables to hook up to your computer and download to picassa and view.actually better that way so you can edit and touch-up your photos.
I've lost my instructions for my olympus camedia
I'm not sure what the cause of the problem might be but I can help you get a new manual.
Go to http://www.fixya.com/support/p220497-olympus_camedia_c_350_d_560_digital/manual-2351 and download the manual free
Try removing and inserting the card several times, sometimes the contacts get an oxide layer on them and they do not make good connection
Download the images
In order to access images stored on the internal memory, the SmartMedia card must be removed. Once the card is removed, follow the procedure used to download images stored on the SmartMedia card.
You are able to shoot at F8 by opening the lens barrier and sliding the macro switch to the Macro mode. This provides a mechanical aperture of F8. We recommend the use of this setting either when shooting close up images or when shooting images in a very brightly lit scene. Unfortunately, because the aperture is mechanical, the EXIF information is not recorded. Therefore, you can not see whether you photographed an image in the Macro mode or if the aperture has been changed. However, you can physically see the aperture close down by looking at the lens with a magnifying glass or loupe when turning the sliding the macro switch to the Macro mode.
USB connection cord
No, this is a generic USB Type A-B connection cord provided with your camera can be found in most office supply super stores, or computer stores.
The camera has a Memory Back-Up function located in the Play menu. Please refer to the Reference Manual on the CD-ROM for this procedure.
Instructions for downloading images from the D-370 are located on the CD Rom under the "Reference" under "Connecting the Camera to a PC", or at our web site http://www.olympusamerica.com/download.
The CD-ROM provides a full Reference Manual in PDF format on the CD-ROM. Adobe Acrobat -which is provided on the CD-ROM - is necessary to view the PDF manual. The printed manual that is included with the camera is a "Basic Manual".
Olympus Camedia E10 won't power on with AA NI-MH batteries but works fine with AA ALKALINE, what can I do?
Always charge batteries before using it for the first time, or if you have not used it for a long period. 3 months is a very long period.
Always charge sets of batteries (2 or 4) together.
Make sure your rechargeable batteries are all good. One defect in a set is killing for the whole set
Don't use barrettes from different sets or brands together.
I had one brand good NiMH batteries and a very expensive charger from the same brand. The charger destroyed all my rechargeable (more than 60 now). When I first discovered the batteries were dropping out, I stopped using the charger, but it did not prevent all batteries to die in the following months. Every time on dropped out I had to change the set. I tried using up the others by grouping the ones with the same Ri, but not longer then a few months and I had a box full to trow away.
Never use a quick charger, capable of charging them within an hour or faster. Us a charger that indicates the Ri is still low enough, so you can see what batteries are bad.
Check you are using a charger for NiMH batteries.
I would try another set (new) because buying Alkaline is also not cheap.
I used 2700 mAh and later 2600 mAh rechargeable, all dead now. since a few weeks I'm now using 2300 mHh from another brand, costing 1/5 of the "best" I had before, and they are doing great. I won't charge them with the quick charger.
Never use manganese (Zinc-Carbon) batteries in electronic devices.
These batteries are only to be used in flash lights.
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