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This new LCD is designed to deliver a 160° angle of viewing so it can be seen clearly from above, from the side, and from below. Where conventional LCD displays fail to deliver clear, visible pictures under bright conditions, the Stylus Verve HyperCrystal LCD is viewable even in bright sunlight at the beach or on the slopes.
The Stylus Verve weatherproofing protection is equivalent to IEC Standard publication 529 IPX4. The camera will not be damaged by water splashed from any direction. The camera can be used outside in adverse weather conditions. If you are taking pictures when the camera is exposed to rain or snow, make sure that the optical components (lens, flash) are not covered with water. Water droplets on the lens may affect image quality. The Stylus Verve is designed to operate at ambient temperatures of 32?-104?F and relative humidity 30-90%.
Please note that the camera is weatherproof, not waterproof, and cannot be immersed in water. Olympus will not assume any responsibility for any camera damage caused by water getting inside as a result of misuse by the user.
With the camera on, press the OK/MENU button.
Use the arrow pad to select [MODE MENU].
Select the [SETUP] tab and press the right arrow. Select 'time icon' and press the right arrow.
Select the date format and press the right arrow.
Use up or down arrows to set each item and press the right arrow to move to the next item.
Press the OK/MENU button when you have finished entering the date and time.