Features & Controls
The CCD contrast detection auto focus system covers from 23.6" (0.6m) to
Infinity in normal mode, and from 3.9" (0.1m) to infinity (W) or 19.7" (0.5m) to infinity in Macro
mode. The Stylus 7010 also offers Super Macro focusing down to 0.39" (1cm) from the lens.
The built-in flash features Auto, Red-eye reduction, Fill and Forced Off modes. Olympus claims an effective range of 0.33' (0.1m) - 18.7' (4.8m) at wide angle or 2.0' (0.6m) - 9.5' (2.9m) at telephoto (using ISO 1000). As the ISO/sensitivity in decreased, the flash range will fall off. Also, with increased sensitivity, comes increases imager noise.
There is no optical viewfinder, you frame, review and perform menu operations on this large 2.7-inch
HyperCrystal III LCD monitor with approx. 230,000 pixels of resolution. It delivers a high contrast image with 5
steps of brightness adjustment.
Controls on the back: Top is the zoom lens control which also
functions as the magnified playback and index mode buttons when in play
mode. The Mode Dial has positions for iAuto, Program, SCeNe, Beauty, Movie, and Play. The MENU button calls up
and dismisses the menu system, while the Play button enters playback
mode. The 4-way
selector is used to navigate menu screens and select images for
playback. In record mode the "Up" button changes exposure compensation,
"Left" enables the macro/super macro focus modes, "Right" changes the
flash mode and "Down" button enables the self-timer. The DISPlay
button selects the amount of overlay information on the LCD image, and
displays the '?' menu guide. The final OR button toggles the panorama, magic filter, Shadow Adjustment Technology, multi window, and backlight boost settings in record mode as well as deletes images in
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