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Description of controls
Self-timer button Shutter release button Flash mode button Self-timer signal Autofocus windows

Autofocus indicator LCD panel
Battery remaining indicator AUTO/AUTO-S flash Back cover release Battery compartment cover Table of contents
Description of controls. 1
Camera functions and controls. 21
Close-up (Macro) photography. 21 Loading the battery. 5 Simple point & shoot photography . . . . . . . . . . 7
Self-timer photography. 24 Loading the film. 7 Flash AUTO-S mode. 25 Unloading the film. 11 Flash OFF mode. 27 How to take pictures. 13 FILL-IN flash mode . 28 Auto flash photography Attaching the strap /How to use the soft case. 29
(1) Taking pictures in low light. 18 Auto flash photography Care and storage. 33
(2) Taking backlighted subjects . 20 Thank you for purchasing the Olympus Please read this instruction manual carefully before using the camera.
This camera will not operate unless the lens barrier is opened.
We also recommend that you shoot at least one roll of film to familiarize yourself with the camera's features.
Symbols used in this manual
Order of operation Automatic operation Before you
Open the battery compartment cover.
Insert the new battery correctly asindicated below and close the bat- *Remove the battery if you do not plan to use the camera for an extended period of tery compartment cover tightly.
*Use a 3V lithium battery (Duracell DL123A, Panasonic CR123A,or equivalent.) Loading the
*Open the battery compartment cover Open the lens barrier as shown and remove the battery, as illustrated below until you hear a "Click" below, when replacing the battery.
and check the battery power *Be sure to close the lens barrier when replacing the battery.
sec.), battery is OK.
battery is low, have spare continuously, battery should be replaced immediately.
*When closing the lens barrier, slide gently to allow the lens to retract as thebarrier is being closed.
Open the back cover by sliding The camera back will open.
Simple point
the back cover release toward thetop of the camera.
and shoot
designed to use DX coded 35 mm film to automatically set filmspeed. If DX-coded film is unavailable,use ISO 100 film.
Prepare a "DX" film cartridge.
Insert the film cartridge into the Be sure the film is lying flat.
The camera will set itself auto- matically for DX-coded film Avoid direct sunlight when load- speeds from ISO 50 to 3200.
ing the film.
*When using non-DX film, the film speed is automatically set to ISO 100.
Align the film leader with the red film loading indicator.
Close the camera back firmly.
*Adjust the length of the film leader before loading so that it matches (Make sure the back cover lock with the red loading indicator.
Make sure the film leader tip is not bent and the film perforations areproperly aligned and engaged as shown.
Open the lens barrier until you hear a "Click". Be sure the exposure * Use the window in the camera back counter on the LCD panel will display a number "1" indicating the to check type of film loaded.
first picture on the roll.
* If the film is improperly loaded, the LCD panel will display a blinking "E" as shown in the illustration (B). In this case, open the back cover, and realign thefilm leader.
The camera automatically rewinds the film when you reach the endof the roll. You will hear the motor operating and the exposurecounter will count down as the film is rewinding.
The final reading on the exposure counter before rewinding may bemore than the number of exposures specified for the film.
If you want to rewind the film before Open the back cover after the Remove the film cartridge from the end of a roll, press the rewind but- motor has stopped.
the camera in the shade.
ton with the tip of a ballpoint pen.
Do not use any device with a sharp tip Once the film has been rewound, and do not press the rewind button too a blinking "E" will be displayed onthe LCD panel. Further operations are not possible until the rewound filmcartridge is removed.
Slide the lens barrier as far as it will go until you hear a click.
(The shutter will not release unless the lens barrier is fully open.)When the camera is not in use, always close this barrier so that the How to take
shutter will not release accidentally. When the lens barrier is opened,normal shooting mode (AUTO or AUTO-S) will be indicated on the LCD panel. After 4.5 minutes, the LCD will go out.
Hold the camera correctly. Keep your fingers and the strap away from the lens, viewfinder and flash reflector.

Position your subject within the Press the shutter release button The subject should be within the autofocus frame.
lightly and confirm that the auto- picture frame.
focus lamp (green) to the rightof the viewfinder is lighted.
*If the distance between the subject and *If the distance between the subject and Shooting range: From 0.35 m the camera is set at 0.35 m (1.1 ft.), the the camera is less than 0.35 m (1.1 ft.), (1.1 ft.) to— (infinity) picture area will be inside the close-up the autofocus lamp (green) to the right correction marks as shown in the of the viewfinder will blink and shutter will not release.
However, the shutter may sometimes bereleased erroneously when the subjectis extremely close to the camera.
Press the shutter release button As soon as the shutter is (Gently to minimize camera released, the film will automati- cally advance to the next frame.
You will hear the motor operat-ing. The exposure counter willadvance to the next frame whenfilm winding is completed.

If you are taking pictures in low light, the flash lamp (orange) tothe right of the viewfinder and the red lamp on the front of the camera Auto flash
will light when the shutter release button is pressed halfway.
•While the flash is still charging and the flash lamp (orange) is blinking, the shutter will not release.
•It takes about 3 sec. after the film is advanced to recharge the flash (at normal temperatures).
(1) Taking
pictures in

low light
In low light situations,
the flash will activateautomatically when the flash mode isAUTO or AUTO-S.

The flash will activate automatically Flash shooting range: when the shutter release button is (ISO 100) 0.35 m (1.1 ft.)—3.5 m (11.5 ft.) fully pressed.
(ISO 400) 0.35 m (1.1 ft.)—7m (23 ft.) *The flash range as shown below is optimal for color negative film. Actual flashworking range for other film typesmay vary.

If you are taking backlighted This indicates that the flash will subjects, the flash lamp (orange) Auto flash
and red lamp on the front of If the backlighted subject is so small the camera will light when the that it does not fill the autofocus shutter release button is pressed frame, the flash may not activate automatically. In this case, use theFILL-IN flash mode. (Refer to p. 27) (2) Taking
In backlighted situations, the flash will activate automatically when the flash mode is AUTO or AUTO-S.
*When the distance between the subject * When shooting within the close-up and the camera is 0.35 m (1.1 ft.), com- range, to prevent blurred pictures pose your shot within the close-up resulting from camera shake, set the correction marks as shown in the camera firmly in position (on a tripod, and controls
for example).
Close-up correction marks Close-up
Be careful of the flash's
light when shooting people's faces in close-up photography.

Position your subject in the autofocus frame and press the shutter release button halfway. The autofocus indicator (green) will light inthe viewfinder.
Focus lock
*When focus is locked, exposure settings are also locked (AE lock).
Use the locus lockwhen you want toposition your subjectoutside the autofocus frame in the center of the viewfinder.

While keeping the shutter release Press the shutter release button button pressed halfway, change fully to take the picture.
the position of your subject in *If you remove your finger from the viewfinder to achieve the the shutter release button while the autofocus indicator (green) lights,the focus lock will be canceled.
While pressing the self-timer button press the shutter release activate the self-timer. The shutter will be released 12 seconds later *Be sure the subject is in the autofocus frame.
*The red lamp on the front of the camera will light up for the first 10 seconds, then blink rapidly for 2 seconds until the shutter is released. To cancel theself-timer, close the lens barrier or press the button again.
*After the shutter is released, the self-timer mode will be automatically canceled.
Press the flash mode button Compose your shot and press until " AUTO-S" appears on the the shutter release button — the flash will emit a rapid series of pre flashes, followed directly bythe main flash.
Auto-S flash
Hold the camera firmly while pressing the shutter release button.
Auto-S flash significantly reduces "Red-eye"phenomenon (when a subject's eyes appear red)in flash portraits andgroup photos.
Flash AUTO-S mode shooting range: Press the flash mode button (ISO 100) 0.35 m (1.1 ft.) —3.5 m (11.5 ft.) until " OFF" appears on the (ISO 400) 0.35 m —7 m (23 ft.) *To cancel Auto-S mode, press the flash mode button again.
*In low lighting condition, the shutter speed may be slow. Use a tripod or * Auto-S mode will not be canceled, when the lens barrier is closed.
other camera support to prevent the effects of camera shake.
This mode is to be used in situations where a flash is prohibited(as in museums) or (for special effects).
Press the shutter release button *With backlighting the subject may be fully to take the picture.
*To cancel flash OFF mode press the flash mode button again or close the lens barrier.
flash mode
The flash alwaysactivates in this mode.
It can be engagedfor daylight synchrophotography or when shooting backlighted *By using the flash FILL-IN mode, the Press the flash mode button until Press the shutter release button subject will be properly lit by the flash.
" FILL-IN" fully to take the picture.
*To cancel Fill-in flash mode, press the flash mode button again or close the lens barrier.
Attach the strap to the cameraaccording to the directions illustrated below.
Use of the

Be sure the lens barrier is closed before the camera is inserted into the case.
Q: Will the camera operate without film?
release if the barrier has been left open over 4 hours.
A: Even if there is no film in the camera, if the lens Close and re-open the barrier once before shooting.
barrier is open, the shutter will release. Under low light Q: The flash does not activate.
the flash will activate. If the lens barrier is closed, the A: Check the flash mode.
camera will not operate; and if the flash is activated in Q: How long does the battery last?
rapid succession, the camera may get warm. (In the A: Since lithium batteries have extra long lives, you can
latter case, pause between shots.) shoot approximately 20 rolls of 24-exp. film. Using a Q: The camera will not operate. What shall I do?
flash will shorten the life of a battery by about 50%; A: (1) Open the lens barrier fully. (2) Be sure the battery is thus if you use the flash less frequently, the battery will placed in the camera correctly and that the battery last longer.
power isn't low. (3) The camera will not operate when Q: The camera does not work in extremely cold weather.
the flash is recharging. (4) Be sure the subject is not What should I do?
closer than the shooting distance. (5) The camera will A: In low temperature conditions, batteries temporarily
not operate until the camera back has been opened af- lose performance. Try to keep the camera warm.
ter the film has been rewound. (6) The shutter will not Q: The pictures aren't sharp. What's wrong?
A: In the following examples, the camera's autofocus
mechanism may not function properly. Use the focuslock mechanism when taking pictures of:a. (1) Objects that reflect too much light (2) Blackobjects (3) Objects through glass windows or wirescreens (4) Subjects in which flames or smoke areincluded (5) Subjects in which the sun is part of thepicture.
b. Subjects in high - light situations, such as summer seashores or snowy mountains.
Q: Where can I buy lithium batteries?
A: At your local camera dealer or nearest Olympus
service center. When purchasing batteries, orderDuracell DL123A or Panasonic CR123A, or equivalent.
Care and storage
*Do not expose the camera to extreme heat *Do not use organic solvents, thinner or benzine to (over 40°C or 104°F) or to extreme cold clean the camera.
(below -10°C or 14°F).
*Avoid high impact from bumping or dropping the *Avoid sudden temperature change.
*Do not expose the camera to strong magnetic *Do not expose the camera to rain shower and *Do not apply excess force to the camera or its *Never disassemble the camera; it contains a high- voltage circuit.
*Do not rotate the camera once it is mounted on a *Do not disassemble or expose batteries to excessive tripod. Avoid opening the camera when it is mounted on a tripod.
*In case of malfunctions, consult your nearest *Do not touch the contact points inside the Olympus dealer, or nearest Olympus service Type: Fully automatic 35 mm autofocus lens-shutter camera
Selftimer: Electronic selftimer with 12-second delay (While
Film format: 35 mm standard DX coded film (24 x 36 mm)
pressing the self-timer button, press the shutter release Lens: Olympus lens 35 mm F3.5, 3 elements in 3 groups
button to activate self-timer. Red LED turns ON) Shutter: Programmed electronic shutter
Film speed range: Automatic setting with DX-coded film
Viewfinder: Active type viewfinder type 0.4X (with auto-
(ISO 50—3200). Actual setting at ISO 50, 100, 200, focus frame, close-up correction marks, flash indicator, 400, 800, 1600 and 3200.
AF indicator).
Film loading: Automatic loading, (automatically advances to
Focusing: Active type autofocus system, focus lock possible.
first frame when camera back is closed) Focusing range: 0.35 m (1.1 ft.)— (infinity) Film advance: Automatic film winding.
Exposure control: Automatic exposure control with
Film rewind: Automatic rewinding (automatic rewind activa-
programmed electronic shutter. Automatic control range tion at the end of film, automatic rewind stop), rewind with ISO 100 film: EV 7.5 (F3.5, 1 /15 set) to EV 17 possible at any point with rewind button.
Flash: Built-in. Recycling time approx. 3 sec. (at normal
Exposure counter: Progressive type LCD panel
temperature). Flash range with color negative film: ISO 100 film: 0.35 m (1.1 ft.) —3.5 m (11.5 ft.).
ISO 400 film: 0.35 m (1.1 ft.) —7 m (23 ft.).
Flash modes: AUTO (automatic flash activation in low light
and backlight), AUTO-S (automatic flash activation inlow light and backlight), OFF (no flash), and FILL-IN(forced activation).
Battery check: Display on LCD
Lens barrier: Sliding type (with release lock)
Power source: 3V lithium battery (DL123A, CR123A or
Dimensions: 117 (W) x 63 (H) x 37 (D) (4.6" x 2.5" x 1.4")
Weight: 170 g (6.0 oz.) (without battery)
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