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Re: Image adjustment functions
SHARPNESS - The function is to adjust sharpness of capturing images.
CONTRAST - The function is to adjust contrast (distinction between light and dark) of capturing images.
SATURATION - The function is to set color depth of capturing images.
GRADATION - In this function, you can select the brightness of an entire image. It is suitable when you want to add a brighter effect to a bright object (Hi Key) and a darker effect to a dark object (Low Key).
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On the EVOLT E-300 it is not a camera that has a live view LCD screen that will allow you to see the image before it is taken. You must take the image with viewfinder only and only use the LCD screen for review purposes. This is how the camera was designed.
If you are in a low lit area with the camera dial set to Auto the flash will do a strobing type of flash trying to help allow more light into the scene. This is called the AF illuminator function. To just go ahead and take the image, put the camera dial to P (program Auto) go to Menu - go to Wrench 1 tab - then right arrow over and then down arrow to AF Illum - right arrow and turn this function from On to Off and then take the image in the P mode setting. No flash flicker should occur.
There are playback modes such as single-frame, Index (you can select the number of frames to display on the monitor from 4, 9 or 16 frames), Close-up (2x through 10x magnification), Slideshow (display the stored images one after another in succession) or playback images by rotating.
There are three metering modes: Digital ESP, Center Weighted Averaging and Spot.
DIGITAL ESP - The camera meters and calculates the light levels or light level differences in the center and other areas of the image separately.
CENTER WEIGHTED AVERAGING - The metering mode provides the average metering between the subject and the background lighting, placing more weight on the subject at the center.
SPOT - The camera meters a very small area around the center of the subject, defined by the spot metering area mark in the viewfinder.
There are four focus modes: S-AF (Single auto focus), C-AF (Continuous auto focus), MF (Manual Focus), and S-AF/MF (Simultaneous mode).
(SINGLE Auto Focus): Focusing is performed once when the shutter button is pressed halfway.
C-AF (CONTINUOUS Auto Focus): The camera repeats focusing while the shutter button is pressed halfway.
(MANUAL FOCUS): The function allows you to manually focus on any subject while looking through the viewfinder.
SIMULTANEOUS USE of S-AF mode and MF mode: You can fine-adjust focus manually by turning the focus ring after AF is performed in the S-AF mode.
You can use Compact Flash cards (Type I and II) and Microdrive. By connecting with the CF Card adapter (MACF-10), xD-Picture Cards can also be used. Basically, you can use any manufacturer's Compact Flash Card in EVOLT E-300.
The following Microdrive cards are verified as compatible with the E-300 camera:
DSCM Series - DSCM-10340, DSCM-10512, DSCM-11000
3K4 Series - HMS360402D5CF00, HMS360404D5CF00
Four Thirds System standard-compliant dedicated digital design and a class-leading, full frame transfer 8-megapixel (effective) CCD for high image quality.
Attractive new low-profile design with 85mm body height for outstanding portability.
Dust Reduction System and metal body components for high reliability.
Outstanding operating ease with fast SLR response for enjoyable shooting.
A wide range of shooting functions for enhanced versatility.