Olympus FE-45 Instruction Manual (en)

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Submenu 1
Application
B PORTRAIT/F LANDSCAPE/
G NIGHT  SCENE/
M NIGHT+PORTRAIT/
C SPORT/N INDOOR/
W CANDLE
*1
/
R SELF  PORTRAIT/
S SUNSET
*1
/
X FIREWORKS
*1
/
V CUISINE/d DOCUMENTS
The camera takes 
a picture using the 
optimum settings 
for the scene 
conditions.
*1
  When the subject is dark, noise reduction is 
automatically activated. This approximately doubles 
the shooting time during which no other pictures can 
be taken.
Shooting with automatic 
settings ( G mode)
According to the scene, the camera 
automatically selects the ideal shooting 
mode from [PORTRAIT]/[LANDSCAPE]/
[NIGHT+PORTRAIT]/[SPORT]/[MACRO]. This 
is a fully automatic mode that allows the user 
to take pictures using the best mode for the 
shooting scene simply by pressing the shutter 
button. The shooting menu options cannot be 
specifi ed in G mode.
1
 Press the K button a few times to 
set G.
The icon changes depending 
on the scene that the camera 
automatically selects.
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Press the shutter button halfway down or press the 
g button to check which shooting mode the 
camera has automatically selected.
  In some cases, the camera may not select 
the desired shooting mode.
  When the camera cannot identify which is 
the optimal mode, P mode will be selected.
  The shooting mode changes in the order 
of P, G, h, 
s, A each time the 
K button is pressed. By switching to any 
of other shooting modes, most settings in 
h and 
s mode will be changed to the 
default setting of the respective shooting 
mode.
Using the best mode for the 
shooting scene (s mode)
1
 Press the K button a few times to 
set 
s.
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An explanation of the selected mode is displayed 
while the 
E button is pressed and held.
2
 Use kl to select the best 
shooting mode for the scene, and 
press the 
B button.
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Icon indicating 
the scene mode 
that is set
 In 
s modes, the optimum shooting 
settings are pre-programmed for specifi c 
shooting scenes. For this reason, settings 
may not be changed in some modes.
Using Shooting Modes