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How do I stop down my flash on my olympus E410 so its not so bright when I use it.
I just saw a picture of your Olympus and it is clear it isn't fitted with a flash but a variety of flashguns can be fitted to the hotshoe bracket.
A standard flashgun has a fixed flash and must be diffused or bounced if it needs to be toned down.
There are programmable flashes available but these are more suitable for manual cameras.
A model-specific computerised flashgun can communicate through multiple contacts of the hot shoe with a computerised camera and should provide the flash duration/intensity to suit the camera's settings.
Maybe your flash isn't fully compatible with the camera.
on Dec 19, 2017
Hi - I have an Olympus OM Zuiko 8mm f2.8 which I'd
Best of luck as good quality camera lenses are assembled in totally dust free environments. Even if you are to get the lens fully apart, the fungus may be not on but between one of the glass elements ( some are compound lens elements made of more than one piece of glass). You cannot disassemble a compound lens glass - a hammer works tho!. Not sure about ammonia but bleach is a good fungus/bug remover - but any chemical may well affect any lens coatings.
If this is the OM fisheye as I think, I would leave any repairs to a good camera/lens tech - too valuable to stuff up.
on Dec 11, 2017
Lost digital photos
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on Nov 23, 2017
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