Record mode screen display (on the color LCD or the eyelevel color
viewfinder). Across the top (left to right) is the recording mode "P"rogram AE,
the aperture (F2.8), shutter speed (1/10) and the exposure compensation value
(0.0). The center square shows where the focusing will take precedence.
On the bottom, the black bar is the internal RAM buffer, it fills and empties
as you take pictures. The "24" indicates space remaining on the SmartMedia
card in current resolution is sufficient for approximately 24 more pictures.
This is an animated view of all the possible record mode screen displays.
Animated view of all of the Record mode menu screens.
- Image stabilization system On or Off
DIGITAL ZOOM - On or Off
WB - White balance: Auto, Sunny, Cloudy, Incandescent, Flourescent
ISO - Sensitivity: Auto, 100, 200, 400
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- Flash output power +/- 2 in 0.3 increments
- Flash slow-sync: Off, Slow1 (leading), Slow2 (trailing)
BKT - Autoexposure bracketing: +/-0.3, +/-0.6, +/-1.0 and 3 or 5 frames
MULTIMETERING - On or Off
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AF MODE - Autofocus mode: iESP or Spot
FULL-TIME AF - Fulltime autofocus: On or Off
- Record sound clip after picture, On or Off
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Panorama mode (only with Olympus SmartMedia cards)
FUNCTION - Off, B&W, Sepia, White Board, Black Board
CARD SETUP - Format the SmartMedia card
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MODE SETUP - (3 pages of submenus):
ALL RESET - Reset all settings to default
- Sharpness: Hard, Normal, Soft
TIFF - Resolution for TIFF mode: 1600x1200, 1280x960, 1024x786, 640x480
SQ - Resolution for SQ mode: 1280x960, 1024x768, 640x480 - High or Normal
- Beep sound: Off, Low, High
AF ILLUMINATOR - Autofocus assist lamp: On, Off
REC VIEW - Preview after capture: On, Off
SLEEP - Auto-Off timer: Off, 30s, 1m, 2m, 5m
FILE NAME - Auto (sequentially numbers files) or Reset
- Adjust LCD backlight intensity
- Set the time and date
m/ft - Manual focus indicator in feet or meters
S-Prg - Special Program: Portrait, Sports, Landscape, Night Scene
- Image Quality: TIFF, SHQ, HQ, SQ
The C-2100 has the same type of full manual focus as the C-3030 Zoom. You get
an onscreen display of the camera to subject distance and this can be in
either feet or meters.
When you alter the focus in manual mode it displays a magnified view onscreen which makes it a lot simpler to actually "see" the proper focus point.
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