Olympus E-P3 Introduction Manual (en)

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Other shooting options
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Recording multiple exposures in a single image 
(multiple exposure)
Record multiple exposures in a single image, using the option currently selected for 
image quality.
Select [Multiple Exposure] in shooting menu 
X (P. 107).
Adjust settings.
Frame
Select [2f].
Auto Gain
When set to [On], the brightness of each 
frame is set to 1/2 and the images are 
overlaid. When set to [Off], the images 
are overlaid with the original brightness 
of each frame.
Overlay
When set to [On], a RAW image 
recorded on a card can be overlaid with 
multiple exposures and stored as a 
separate image. The number of pictures 
taken is one.
 a is displayed in the monitor while multiple exposure 
is in effect.
Take pictures.
 a is displayed in green when shooting starts.
Press 
D to delete the last shot.
The previous shot is superimposed on the view through 
the lens as a guide to framing the next shot.


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 Tips
To overlay 3 or more frames: Select RAW for [K] and use the [Overlay] option to make 
repeated multiple exposures.
For more information on overlaying RAW images: 
g “Image overlay” (P. 68)
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 Cautions
The camera will not go to sleep while multiple exposure is in effect.
Photographs taken with other cameras can not be included in a multiple exposure.
When [Overlay] is set to [On], the images displayed when a RAW image is selected are 
developed with the settings at the time of shooting.
To set the shooting functions, cancel multiple exposure shooting fi rst. Some functions 
cannot be set.
Multiple exposure is cancelled automatically from the fi rst picture in the following 
situations.
The camera is turned off/The 
q button is pressed/The MENU button is pressed/The 
shooting mode is set to a mode other than P, A, S, M/The battery power runs out/
Any cable is connected to the camera/You switch between the monitor and electronic 
viewfi nder
When a RAW image is selected using [Overlay], the JPEG image for the image recorded 
in JPEG+RAW is displayed.
When shooting multiple exposures using bracketing, priority is given to multiple exposure 
shooting. While the overlay image is being saved, bracketing is reset to the factory default 
setting.


Multiple Exposure
Frame
Auto Gain
Overlay
Off
Off
Off
Set
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Multiple Exposure
Frame
Auto Gain
Overlay
Off
Off
Off
Set
Back