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Panoramic Pictures My new camera will not let me access the panoramic picture mode. I have done all the manual says, which is to insert a memory card. Said card is empty and takes normal pictures perfectly, but not panoramic. I have tried changing the quality, and different scenes all to no avail. Please help!!

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    Char Bir Jul 19, 2007

    Thanks, I'll have to try that. Either that or I'll Just take two pictures and join them together myself!

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    Pictures have small shaded/dark spot in the middle. Unchanged with different memory card.

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That is right. i also bought non original Olympus card with that card panorama function didnt work properly....

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If I remember my last Olympus camera it would only work in Panorama mode with an official Olympus memory card. No third party cards would enable that feature. My instructions read "An Olympus xD-Picture Card is required for panorama shooting." If you are using an official Olympus xD-Picture card, there may be a problem with your camera.

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