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Remove the battery from the camera for 15mins, replace the battery then go to the camera's Menu and scroll through the settings to Gate & Time then set the correct Date & time.

Olympus Cameras • Answered on Oct 03, 2016

Either it has received a knock or other accidental blow, or else there is foreign matter (dirt, crumbs, grit etc) in the mechanism. It would cost far more than a replacement camera to have it serviced, I'm afraid, and is certainly not the kind of task to be attempted without expert knowledge.

Olympus Cameras • Answered on Sep 25, 2016

Have you looked in the Sports forums ?

Olympus Cameras • Answered on Sep 11, 2016

EIRENE (Irene) was the goddess of peace and the season of spring. She was one of the three Horai (Horae), deities of the seasons and keepers of the gates of heaven. Her sisters were Eunomia (Good Order) and Dilke (Justice). Eirene's name is the Greek word for peace (eir?n?) but it is also closely connected with the word for spring (eiar, eiarinos). In ancient Greece late spring was the traditional campaign season, the time when peace was most at risk. Eirene was probably identified with the Hora Thallo (Green Shoots), whose name Hesiod uses as an epithet for Eirene in theTheogony. Her opposite number was Polemos (War). In classical art the goddess usually appears in the company of her two sister Horai bearing the fruits of the seasons. Statues of the goddess often depict her as a maiden holding the infant Ploutos (Plutus) (Wealth) in her arms. In this guise she was identified with the Demeter and Tykhe (Tyche), the goddesses of agricultural bounty. Hope this helps

Olympus Cameras • Answered on Aug 21, 2016

There will be options within the menu system that enable you to delete individual images, or to format the entire card for re-use. Do not forget to back up the images you wish to retain to your computer prior to deleting them. Alternatively, you can just purchase a new card to use in your camera, thus ensuring that all your precious images are safe. BTW, I think you may mean media card, not sim card. Sim cards are used in phones, not cameras.

Olympus Cameras • Answered on Jul 28, 2016

If you are using inexpensive alkaline batteries, they will not have the power to take as many pictures as re-chargeable 2500mAh batteries. They may see expensive to begin with, but can be recharged up to 1000 times, so pay for themselves in no time.

Olympus Cameras • Answered on May 23, 2016

There could be several reasons for this - pick the most likely ! If the entire image is blurry, with no sharp detail, it could be camera shake, or subject movement, especially at longer focal lengths (i.e. at the telephoto end of the zoom range). Try using a tripod or other firm support and see if that improves things. If only parts of the image are blurry (i. e. the background is sharp but closer objects are not) then the autofocus system could be selecting the wrong area upon which to focus - try using lock focus on the subject, then re-compose. The front element of protective filter could need cleaning - carefully! The camera could have suffered a knock which has dislodged one or more of the internal lens elements - in which case, a visit to the repair centre is called for.

Olympus Cameras • Answered on May 17, 2016

Have you tried formatting your card in the camera? Tried resetting camera to default settings?

Olympus Cameras • Answered on Apr 03, 2016

Hi Cody: I's start by replacing the batteries and trying again.

Olympus Cameras • Answered on Mar 28, 2016

memory slot clean with cleaner spray,check the slot for any damage of contacts inside.

Olympus Cameras • Answered on Mar 19, 2016

change memory card, if not OK clean the slot with cleaning spray, if not clear check the memory slot contacts inside.

Olympus Cameras • Answered on Mar 19, 2016

See page 12. Using the computer it can take up to 10 hours to charge. I would remove the battery and charge in a separate charger. The Olympus cameras have been exceptionable for me. In the over 110K photos I have taken with mind I have gone through several batteries. http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/oima_cckb/VG-170_MANUAL_EN.pdf Caution it suggests not taking pictures with the AC adapter connected. However it says you can review. Hope this has helped?

Olympus Cameras • Answered on Jan 13, 2016

This may well refer to your memory card - check the write-protect switch on the card.

Olympus Cameras • Answered on Jan 11, 2016

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