User manual OLYMPUS MMF-1

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[. . . ] For example When you want to play back the images you have just taken. Image stabilizer . 58 5 Playback 59 V Go to Chapter 5 Playback and look for the page titled "Viewing still images. . . . . . . . 60". Viewing still images . 174 Terms used in this manual (such as the names of functions and parts) are listed in alphabetical order. When you come across a term that you are not familiar with or about which you want to learn more, you can search the index to find the relevant page. [. . . ] Available modes In the top menu, select MODE MENU T SETUP T SCREEN SETUP. 17) Joystick 6 Customizing the settings/functions of your camera Select PW ON or PW OFF. SCREEN SETUP PW ON PW OFF EXIT SELECT GO OK This screen appears if an image has already been set for the startup/shutdown screen. If KEEP is selected, the PW ON (PW OFF) setting screen reappears. SCREEN SETUP IMAGE EXISTING RESET KEEP EXIT SELECT GO OK 87 SCREEN SETUP -- Setting up an image for the startup/shutdown screen Use the Joystick to select the image you want to use for the startup/shutdown screen. ~ "Single-frame playback"(P. SELECT YES 15 OK Select OK. SCREEN SETUP SET AS PW ON SCREEN OK Example: PW ON is selected. 6 Customizing the settings/functions of your camera EXIT The image is set and the step menu screen reappears. You can set up an image for the other screen as needed. CANCEL SELECT GO OK Note It is not possible to set images or movies which cannot be properly played back on this camera. 88 REC VIEW -- Checking the picture immediately after shooting You can select whether to display the picture you have just taken on the monitor. 17) Mode switch Joystick Select ON or OFF. The picture being recorded to the card is not displayed. This is useful when you want to compose your next shot using the monitor while the previous picture is being recorded. This is useful for making a brief check of the picture you have just taken. You can release the shutter while the picture is being displayed. SETUP CARD PIC CAM ALL RESET PW ON SETUP PW OFF SETUP REC VIEW OFF ON 6 Customizing the settings/functions of your camera 89 VOLUME -- Selecting the playback volume You can set the sound volume by 5 levels when playing back a movie or a still image or when turning the camera on/off. 17) Mode switch Joystick Select the volume. SETUP CARD EDIT PLAY 6 Customizing the settings/functions of your camera VOLUME BEEP Set here to mute the playback sound completely. 90 Setting the warning tone You can change the volume of the beep sound used for warnings or turn the sound off completely. 17) Joystick Select the volume. SETUP CARD PIC CAM OFF BEEP SHUTTER SOUND FILE NAME PIXEL MAPPING LOW HIGH The volume of the selected option is played back. 6 Customizing the settings/functions of your camera 91 BEEP -- Setting the button operation sound You can select the sound emitted when a button is pressed, or mute the sound completely. After loading the battery, check that the date/time settings are correct. If the date/time settings have been canceled, the warning message appears on the monitor when the camera is powered on. 150) 98 VIDEO OUT -- Selecting the video signal type You can select NTSC or PAL according to your TV's video signal type. If you use the wrong video signal type, you will not be able to play back the recorded pictures properly on your TV. Available modes In the top menu, select MODE MENU T SETUP T VIDEO OUT. 17) Joystick Select the video signal type. TV video signal types & main regions Check the video signal type before connecting the camera to your TV. NTSC North America, Japan, Taiwan, Korea PAL European countries, China SETUP CARD PIC CAM 6 Customizing the settings/functions of your camera NTSC VIDEO OUT PAL 99 Selecting the number of images You can select the number of frames displayed in an index display (~ P. 17) Mode switch Joystick Select the number of images. SETUP CARD EDIT PLAY VIDEO OUT 4 SLIDESHOW 9 16 25 6 Customizing the settings/functions of your camera 45 46 4-frame index display 47 48 33 37 41 45 34 38 42 46 35 39 43 47 36 40 44 48 16-frame index display 100 SETUP -- Changing the slideshow pattern You can select the type of transition for slideshow (~ P. 17) Mode switch Joystick Select the type. SETUP NORMAL SCROLL FADER ZOOM DOWN The types of slideshow are displayed. 6 Customizing the settings/functions of your camera SELECT SETUP ZOOM UP SWIVEL GO OK CHECKERBOARD BLINDS SELECT SETUP RANDOM GO OK SELECT GO OK 101 SETUP -- Changing the slideshow pattern NORMAL The images appear sequentially one after another. SCROLL The next image scrolls in from the right to the left. FADE The next scene gradually fades in. 6 Customizing the settings/functions of your camera 102 SETUP -- Changing the slideshow pattern ZOOM DOWN The current image shrinks toward the center of the screen and is replaced by the next image which enlarges from the center toward the corners. ZOOM UP The current image expands from the center of the screen and disappears, then the next image appears and shrinks down to regular size. SWIVEL The next image squeezes in from the right of the screen, pushing the current image off-screen to the left. 6 Customizing the settings/functions of your camera 103 SETUP -- Changing the slideshow pattern CHECKERBOARD The current image disappears and the next image appears as a mosaic, gradually filling up the screen. BLINDS The next image appears in stripes like a blind over the current image, filling it up gradually. RANDOM The camera picks a different type of slideshow at random per each transition. 6 Customizing the settings/functions of your camera 104 INFO -- Displaying shooting information on the monitor You can display detailed shooting information on the monitor for 3 seconds in the playback mode. For details on the displayed information, refer to "Monitor indications" (P. 17) 10 100­0030 100 0030 HQ SIZE: 2048 1536 +2. 0 2. 0 ISO100 '04. [. . . ] 85 , , , mode) Function Setting OFF , ON OFF , ESP , ­2. 0 - 0. 0 - +2. 0 , AUTO , 80, 100, 200, 400 OFF, ON OFF, ON , Ref. 84 RESET , AUTO 10 Information To the next page *Settings differ depending on the region where the camera is sold. : Factory default setting 164 Menu directory Top menu SCENE SELECT Tab Function Setting PROGRAM AUTO, , , SHQ HQ SQ1 , , , , , 2288 x 1712, 3:2 2288 x 1520 2288 x 1712, 3:2 2288 x 1520 2048 x 1536 1600 x 1200 1280 x 960 SQ2 1024 x 768 640 x 480 HIGH, NORMAL HIGH, NORMAL , , , , , Ref. 29 10 Information 165 Menu directory Shooting menu ( Top menu MODE MENU Tab mode) Function Setting OFF , ON OFF , ESP/ ESP , ­2. 0 - 0. 0 - +2. 0 OFF, ON , Ref. [. . . ]

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