Olympus D-150/C-1 Introduction Manual (en, fr, de, es)

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Checking the Camera Status Indication Next to the
Viewfinder or on the Monitor  
(in Shooting Mode)
Orange lamp
Operating Procedure
1.
Check that the lens barrier is open.
2.
Half-press the shutter button.
 The lamps on the right of the viewfinder
light or blink.
Green lamp
Viewfinder
Indication lamps on the right of the viewfinder
Lamp Status
When the green
lamp is lit
Autofocus is locked.
Press the shutter button all
the way to take the picture.
 The camera cannot focus on the
subject. 
 This may be due to one of the
following.
You can press the shutter
button and take picture, but
the subject may not be in
focus.  
When the green
lamp is blinking
rapidly
Camera Status
Meaning/Note
When the orange
lamp is not lit
The flash has been recharged.
Shooting is possible by pressing
the shutter button all the way.
The flash is ready and will fire.
Press the shutter button all the
way to start shooting with
automatic flash.
When the orange
lamp is lit
The flash is being charged.
Release your finger from the
shutter button, and wait until
the orange lamp goes out.
When the orange
lamp blinks slowly
Battery power is exhausted.
Replace the batteries with
new ones.
The flash is necessary, but it is set off (
).
Set the flash to Auto or 
.
When both green
and orange 
lamps blink slowly
<Check> The card is not ready in the following cases:
When no card is inserted in the camera.
When the write protect seal is attached to the card.
When the card cover is open.
When the card does not have
enough space to store the image.
The camera is writing to or reading from
the card.
Do not open the card cover
or remove the battery.
When the orange
lamp blinks rapidly