20 Most Recent Olympus D-320L Digital Camera Questions & Answers

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I recently got my memory

Try formatting your card:

1- Press erase button and flash mode button on top of camera at the same time.
2- When YES/NO confirmation screen appears, press OK/SHUTTER button.
3- When formatting is finished, the exclamation mark will go away. Please note that all pictures on card will be erased.

Good luck!
12/10/2008 1:19:10 AM • Olympus D-320L... • Answered on Dec 10, 2008
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$10 and a wait of a week will get you a pucca copy of the manual from http://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/cpg_support_manuals.asp?id=657 This did surprise me a little, as manuals for Olympus models available over here (and yours appears not to be) are downloadable for free. You might try downloading a few manuals from http://www.olympus.co.jp/en/support/imsg/digicamera/download/manual/#d - just to see if any of them are close enough to help you out. A.
4/25/2007 1:42:22 AM • Olympus D-320L... • Answered on Apr 25, 2007
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Formating Smart Media cards

I would say that the card is starting to wear out. If you want to try to salvage the pictures, try something like "Smart Recovery" from Convar and then get a new card as the problem is likely to get worse: -
9/6/2005 11:41:17 AM • Olympus D-320L... • Answered on Sep 06, 2005
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Differences between the D-340L and the D-340R?

The Olympus D-340R is an updated model of the D-340L (which is no longer in production). They both have an SQ, HQ, and SHQ image quality setting, however, the D-340R has the additional ability to store an image file uncompressed in TIFF format. The D-340R also has the ability to magnify a portion of the image on the camera monitor LCD so that you can inspect the detail level of the picture. The D-340R includes a total of 8 MB of SmartMedia memory (either 2 - 4 meg or 1 - 8 meg card depending on the package) whereas the D-340L includes 4 meg. The LCD monitor is slightly smaller on the D-340R (1.8" versus 2.0"). The ISO rating is also slightly different (ISO 100/200 versus ISO 60/120) which allows a broader range of picture taking situations.
8/31/2005 10:15:38 AM • Olympus D-320L... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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SmartMedia™ cards

The D-220L and D-320L can use a 2, 4, or 8MB SmartMedia card. The D-340L and D-340R can additionally use a 16MB SmartMedia card.
8/31/2005 10:14:54 AM • Olympus D-320L... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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Attachable lenses

Olympus does not have attachable lenses for these cameras.
8/31/2005 10:13:35 AM • Olympus D-320L... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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Batteries

You can use alkaline batteries, lithium batteries, and nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) AA batteries. Olympus recommends using Ni-MH batteries for longer life.
8/31/2005 10:12:56 AM • Olympus D-320L... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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I'm looking for an Olympus D-620L SmartMedia card reader

This memory card is known as an 'SM' type of card. Sadly this format is now obsolete and is not in general use like the now common 'SD' type. If you hunt around you can find a general purpose multicard reader that will take various different types of memory card. These are usually cheap to buy and more useful as it can read more than one card type. Something like the link below should do the job. Make sure any you look at have 'SM' or 'Smart Media' in the description. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hama-00055348-35in1-Multi-Reader/dp/B000IH1W20/ref=sr_1_3?adgrpid=57448009850&gclid=CjwKCAjw9LSSBhBsEiwAKtf0n-_AKryFKznwm__3Ul-GL0TOmO91KadjqGK2V4FtARbJd5m3_VXqUBoCNeoQAvD_BwE&hvadid=311310235362&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=1006688&hvnetw=g&hvqmt=e&hvrand=5544612184098298467&hvtargid=kwd-27614126&hydadcr=28180_1821132&keywords=smart+media+card+adapter&qid=1649235531&sr=8-3
4/7/2022 1:01:12 PM • Olympus Cameras • Answered on Apr 07, 2022
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Have a Olympus Camedia C-750. I want to download pictures to my PC via a card reader. Is that possible?

Question edited for clarity. Yes, you just take the xD Card out of the camera and put it into the card reader in the computer. Then open File Explorer and the images will appear as a new drive. Quick Start Guide refers. https://cs.olympus-imaging.jp/en/support/imsg/digicamera/download/manual/zoom/qsg_c750uz_e.pdf ..
2/1/2022 4:26:38 PM • Olympus Cameras • Answered on Feb 01, 2022
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My Olympus E-10 is not turning on

There is an internal battery or super capacitor that is supposed to hold the settings in the camera for about 24 hours. It could be dead but it should recharge in a couple of days if you leave the big batteries installed. If it wont turn on after that, you will have to send it in for service.
11/15/2021 6:48:11 PM • Olympus Cameras • Answered on Nov 15, 2021
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My Olympus C-4000 zoom will not boot to my imac

Did it do it before? It needs Software and Drivers, it may also need Firmware for your iOS version. I am having difficulty bringing up software for it, even where it is linked. https://www.google.com/search?q=olympus+c+4000+imac+software ./..
10/15/2021 9:39:30 PM • Olympus Cameras • Answered on Oct 15, 2021
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I had to by a new memory card to my Olympus Camedia C 750. I just found out that the 1GB I bought, will not work. Is tere any way of make a partion to make the camera accept the card?

Is the card you bought compatible with your camera? Older cameras cannot work with newer versions of memory cards. SD, SDHC,SDXC etc. have different form factors and old model cameras are not compatible with newer versions. If the problem is related to the card, you might like to re-format the card from a computer before inserting it in the camera and then format it again from the camera. Check and verify that before you try other solutions.
7/7/2021 3:45:25 AM • Olympus Cameras • Answered on Jul 07, 2021
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My Olympus SP-560UZ shows "battery empty" with new standard (non-rechargeable) batteries. Solutio requested please.

go buy a new battery pack we will not do it for you
5/31/2021 9:32:45 AM • Olympus Cameras • Answered on May 31, 2021
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Olympus OM-2 spot/program battery problem: the batteries drain in a couple of shots.

I had a similar issue with an Olympus OM4. It went in for repair but was never resolved. The batteries in my OM1-md last forever! I ended up doing the same remove the batteries after use. I can't remember the configuration, but if the LR44 are two and double stacked, you could use the Lithium equivalent. https://www.batteryequivalents.com/ag13-sg13-lr1154-sr44-303-357-a76-lr44-battery-equivalents.html ..
2/1/2021 12:48:55 AM • Olympus Cameras • Answered on Feb 01, 2021
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Where I can find Manual for OLYMPUS ACCURA zoom XB70 camera

Olympus would be a possible source.
11/6/2020 7:59:54 AM • Olympus Cameras • Answered on Nov 06, 2020
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Can I get rid of 3c81 error code on my Olympus E-1?

Have you tried using Google to find out what the error code actually means ? Very often, the first step in defining and correcting an error is to find out what has caused it.
6/25/2020 10:31:31 AM • Olympus Cameras • Answered on Jun 25, 2020
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Which camera do you recommend - FujiFilm, Olympus or Sony?

I would recommend Sony for a best film or picture.
6/15/2020 8:46:23 PM • Olympus Cameras • Answered on Jun 15, 2020
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HI!my device olympus vn8700pc has memory error what should i do to solve this problem?

This does not appear to be a camera
1/27/2020 1:27:18 AM • Olympus Cameras • Answered on Jan 27, 2020
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