Record Screens & Menus

iAuto is the camera's intelligent auto shooting mode. This mode allows anyone to use the camera with ease. In this mode, the camera takes care of all of the settings for your, letting you just point, zoom and shoot. All of the correct shooting settings as well as the correct scene mode (if appropriate) will be chosen.





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Program mode is another automatic shooting mode that gives the user some control over the images. This time the camera will not choose a scene mode, and lets you have some of the creative control. Pressing the DISP. button on the back of the camera lets change the amount of information that is shown on the LCD screen or EVF, both of which show the same info.





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Manual mode, along with Aperture and Shutter priorities give the user the most control over the images. Surpassing program mode, the camera gives you control over everything for total creative freedom.





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E-M5 Mark II Scene Modes: Portrait, e-Portrait, Landscape, Landscape+Portrait, Sport, Hand-Held Starlight, Night Scene, Night+Portrait, Children, High Key, Low Key, DIS Mode, Macro, Nature Macro, Candle, Sunset, Documents, Panorama, Fireworks, Beach & Snow, Fisheye Effect, Wide-Angle, Macro, 3D, Panning.





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E-M5 Mark II Art Modes: Pop Art, Soft Focus, Pale&Light Color, Light Tone, Grainy Film, Pin Hole, Diorama, Cross Process, Gentle Sepia, Dramatic Tone, Key Line, Watercolor, Vintage, Partial Color, Art BKT.





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Program Shooting Menu:
  • Card Setup - Format the memory card
  • Reset/Myset - Reset to factory defaults or load a personal set of settings
  • Picture Mode - i-Enhance, Vivid, Natural, Muted, Portrait, Monotone, Custom, e-Portrait, Color Creator, Pop Art, Soft Focus, Pale&Light Color, Light Tone, Grainy Film, Pin Hole, Diorama, Cross Process, Gentle Sepia, Dramatic Tone, Key Line, Watercolor, Vintage and Partial Color.
  • Shooting Resolution
    • Still Picture - Raw, Large Fine, Large Normal, Medium Normal, Small Normal, Large Fine+Raw, Large Normal+Raw, Medium Normal+Raw, Small Normal+Raw
    • Movie - Full HD Fine Clips, Full HD Fine, Full HD Fine, Full HD Normal, Full HD Custom, M-JPEG HD, M-JPEG SD
  • Image Aspect - 4:3, 16:9, 3:2, 1:1, 3:4
  • Digital Tele-converter - On or Off
  • Burst/Self Timer - Single, Anti-Shock, Silent, High Cont, High Cont Silent, Low Cont, Low Cont Anti-Shock, Low Cont Silent, 12 second timer (Anti-Shock and Silent), 2 second timer (Anti-Shock and Silent), Custom timer (Anti-Shock and Silent), High Resolution Shot
  • Bracketing - On or Off
  • HDR - HDR1, HDR2, 3f 2.0EV, 5f 2.0EV, 7f 2.0EV, 3f 3.0EV, 5f 3.0EV
  • Multiple Exposure
    • Frame - Off, 2f
    • Auto Gain - On or Off
    • Overlay - On or Off
  • Keystone Comp. - On or Off
  • Anti-Shock/Silent - Anti-shock (off, time), Silent (Off, time), Noise Reduction (Auto, Off)
  • High Res Shot - Off, Shutter delay time
  • Flash RC Mode - On or Off





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AF/MF
  • AF Mode - Choose the AF mode
  • Full-time AF - If On is selected, the camera will continue to focus even when the shutter button is not pressed halfway
  • AEL/AFL - Customize AF and AE lock
  • Reset Lens - When set to On, this resets the focus of the lens infinity each time the power is turned off
  • BULB/TIME Focusing - Normally focus locks during the exposure when manual focus MF is selected. Select On to allow focusing using the focus ring
  • Focus Ring - You can customize how the lens adjusts to the focal point by selecting the rotational direction of the focus ring
  • MF Assist - When set to On, you can automatically switch to zoom or peaking in manual focus mode by rotating the focus ring
  • [...] Set Home - Choose the AF target position that will be saved as the home position. HP appears in the AF target selection display while you choose a home position
  • AF Illuminat. - Select Off to disable the AF illuminator
  • Face Priority - Select the face priority AF mode. This is the same as the live control setting
  • AF Area Pointer - If you select Off, the AF target frame will not be displayed during confirmation

Button/Dial/Lever
  • Button Function - Choose the function assigned to the selected button
  • Dial Function - You can change the functions assigned to the rear dial and front dial
  • Dial Direction - Choose the direction in which the dial is rotated to adjust shutter speed or aperture
  • Mode Dial Function - Customize the shooting mode set by the mode dial
  • Lever Function - You can use the positioning of the lever to change the function of the dials and button
  • Optional Grip Dial Func. - Choose the setting for the grip dial

  • Release/Burst
  • Rls Priority S - If On is selected, the shutter can be released even when the camera is not in focus. This option can be set separately for S-AF and C-AF modes
  • Rls Priority C - If On is selected, the shutter can be released even when the camera is not in focus. This option can be set separately for S-AF and C-AF modes
  • L fps - Choose the frame advance rates for [S] and [T]. Figures are the approximate maximums
  • H fps - Choose the frame advance rates for [S] and [T]. Figures are the approximate maximums
  • Silent L fps - Choose the frame advance rates for [S] and [T]. Figures are the approximate maximums
  • Silent H fps - Choose the frame advance rates for [S] and [T]. Figures are the approximate maximums
  • Image Stabilizer - Change image stabilizer mode
  • Burst + IS - On for stabilization, off for speed
  • Half Way Rls With IS - If set to On, image stabilization operates when you press shutter button halfway
  • Lens I.S. Priority - If On is selected, priority is given to the lens function operation when using a lens with an image stabilization function
  • Release Lag-Time - If Short is selected, the time lag between fully pressing the shutter button and the shot being taken can be shortened

Disp/Vol/PC
  • HDMI - HDMI Out]: Selecting the digital video signal format for connecting to a TV via an HDMI cable. [HDMI Control]: Select [On] to allow the camera to be operated using remotes for TVs that support HDMI control
  • Video Out - Choose the video standard ([NTSC] or [PAL]) used in your country or region
  • Camera Control Settings - Choose the controls displayed in each shooting mode
  • Index/Info Settings - Choose the information displayed when the INFO button is pressed. [Info]: Choose the information displayed in full frame playback. [LV-Info]: Choose the information displayed when the camera is in shooting mode. [Index Settings]: Choose the information displayed in index and calendar playback
  • Displayed Grid - Select which grid to display a grid on the monitor
  • Picture Mode Settings - Display only the selected picture mode when a picture mode is selected
  • Histogram Settings - Highlight]: Choose the lower bound for the highlight display. [Shadow]: Choose the upper bound for the shadow display
  • Mode Guide - Choose [Off] to not display help for the selected mode when the mode dial is rotated to a new setting
  • Live View Boost - If [On] is selected, priority will be given to making images clearly visible; the effects exposure compensation and other settings will not be visible in the monitor
  • Frame Rate - Select [High] to reduce frame lag. However, the image quality may drop
  • Art LV Mode - mode1]: The fi lter effect is always displayed. [mode2]: Filter effects are not visible in the monitor while the shutter button is pressed halfway. Choose for a smooth display
  • Expand LV Dyn. Range - If you select [Off], the viewfi nder and monitor will be displayed normally during HDR shooting
  • Flicker reduction - Reduce the effects of fl icker under some kinds of lighting, including fl uorescent lamps
  • LV Close Up Mode - mode1]: Pressing the shutter button halfway cancels zoom. [mode2]: Zoom is not cancelled when the shutter button is pressed halfway
  • DOF Preview - DOF preview remains after button is released
  • Peaking Settings - You can switch the edge enhancement color between white and black
  • Backlit LCD - If no operations are performed for the selected period, the backlight will dim to save battery power
  • Sleep - The camera will enter sleep (energy saving) mode if no operations are performed for the selected period
  • Auto Power Off - Sets camera to turn off after a set period
  • Beep sound - When set to [Off], you can turn off the beep sound that is emitted when the focus locks by pressing the shutter button
  • USB Mode - Choose a mode for connecting the camera to a computer or printer
  • Multi Function Settings - Designate the functions to be included in the multi function
  • Menu Recall - Recalls latest menu selection

Exposure/Metering/ISO
  • EV Step - Choose the size of the increments used when selecting shutter speed, aperture, exposure compensation, and other exposure parameters
  • Noise Reduct. - This function reduces the noise that is generated during long exposures
  • Noise Filter - Choose the amount of noise reduction performed at high ISO sensitivities
  • ISO - Set ISO sensitivity
  • ISO Step - Select the increments available for choosing ISO sensitivity
  • ISO-Auto Set - Choose the upper limit and default value used for ISO sensitivity when [Auto] is selected for ISO
  • ISO-Auto - Choose the shooting modes in which [Auto] ISO sensitivity is available
  • Metering - Choose a metering mode according to the scene
  • AEL Metering - Choose the metering method used for AE lock
  • BULB/TIME Timer - Choose the maximum exposure for bulb and time photography
  • BULB/TIME Monitor - Sets the monitor brightness when [BULB], or [TIME] is used
  • Live BULB - Choose the display interval during shooting
  • Live TIME - Choose the display interval during shooting
  • Composite Settings - Combine images taken with interval shooting

Custom Flash
  • X-Sync - Choose the shutter speed used when the flash fires
  • Slow Limit - Choose the slowest shutter speed available when a fl ash is used
  • Flash Intensity + Exposure Compensation - When set to [On], it will be added to the exposure compensation value and fl ash intensity control will be performed

Res/Color/WB
  • Res Set - You can select the JPEG image quality mode from combinations of three image sizes and four compression rates
  • Pixel Count - Choose the pixel count for [Medium]- and [Small]-size images
  • Shading Comp. - Choose [On] to correct peripheral illumination according to the type of lens
  • WB - Set the white balance
  • All WB Compensation - Use the same white balance compensation in all modes except [CWB]
  • Keep Warm Color - Select [Off] to eliminate "warm" colors from pictures taken under incandescent lighting
  • Flash + WB - Adjust white balance for use with a flash
  • Color Space - You can select how colors are reproduced on the monitor or printer

Record/Erase
  • Quick Erase - If [On] is selected, pressing the delete button in the playback display will immediately delete the current image
  • RAW+JPEG Erase - Choose the action performed when a photograph recorded at a setting of RAW+JPEG is erased in single-frame playback
  • File Name - Auto]: Even when a new card is inserted, the fi le numbers are retained from the previous card. File numbering continues from the last number used or from the highest number available on the card. [Reset]: When you insert a new card, the folder numbers starts at 100 and the fi le name starts at 0001. If a card containing images is inserted, the fi le numbers start at the number following the highest fi le number on the card
  • Edit Filename - Choose how image files are named by editing the portion of the filename
  • Priority Set - Choose the default selection ([Yes] or [No]) for confi rmation dialogs
  • dpi Settings - Choose the print resolution
  • Copyright Settings - Add the names of the photographer and copyright holder to new photographs

Movie
  • Movie Mode - Choose a movie record mode
  • Movie Sound - Choose [Off] to record silent movies
  • Recording Volume - Adjust microphone sensitivity
  • Mic Volume Limiter - Limits the mic input volumeif the sound exceeds the designated level
  • Wind Noise Reduction - Reduces wind noise
  • Mic Plug-in Power - Allows power to be givin to an external mic
  • PCM Recorder Mic Link - When on, optimized the camera's settings based on the Olympus PCM Recorder Link
  • Headphone Volume - Adjusts headphone volume
  • Time Code Settings - Adjust timecode settings
  • Movie Info Settings - Choose the info displayed in movie mode
  • Movie Specification settings - Adjust image size, compression method and bit rate of movie
  • Movie Effect - Enable or Disable movie effects
  • Movie+Photo Mode - Sets the photo priority
  • Shutter Fucntion - Assign function to shutter fucntion in movie mode

Built-in EVF
  • Built-in EVF Style - Choose the viewfinder display style
  • Info Settings - Like the monitor, the viewfinder can be used to display histograms and highlights and shadows
  • Displayed Grid - Display a framing grid in the viewfinder
  • EVF Auto Switch - If [Off] is selected, the viewfi nder will not turn on when you put your eye to the viewfinder
  • EVF Adjust - Adjust viewfinder brightness and hue
  • Half Way Level - If set to [Off], the level gauge will not be displayed when the shutter button is pressed halfway down

Utility
  • Pixel Mapping - The pixel mapping feature allows the camera to check and adjust the image pickup device and image processing functions
  • Exposure Shift - Adjust optimal exposure separately for each metering mode
  • Battery Warning Level - Choose the battery level at which the warning is displayed
  • Battery Priority - Choose the primary power source when using a power battery holder
  • Level Adjust - You can calibrate the angle of the level gauge
  • Touch Screen Settings - Activate the touch screen. Choose [Off] to disable the touch screen
  • Eye-Fi - Enable or disable upload when using an Eye-Fi card. Displayed when an Eye-Fi card is inserted
  • Electronic Zoom Speed - Sets zoom speeds for using an electronic zoom lens
  • Selfie Assist - Adjust monitor settings for when monitor is flipped-out for selfies
  • Quick Sleep Mode - When not in Live View, the camera will enter sleep mode in a matter of seconds





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Movie recording mode gives you a different look on the LCD screen. Here you see a better replication of the 16:9 aspect that will be recorded by the camera. You can also see your recording time code and microphone volume levels.



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