By David D. Busch
The Olympus E-5 is among the most enjoyable compact interchangeable lens electronic cameras out there. It boasts 12 megapixels of answer, an array of strong, flexible lenses, and adequate subtle positive aspects and customization thoughts to thrill the main devoted photographer, beginner or expert. because the proprietor of an Olympus E-5, you call for the facility to take impressive images together with your new digital camera. DAVID BUSCH'S OLYMPUS E-5 advisor TO electronic SLR images indicates you ways, while, and why to exploit the entire cool positive factors, controls, and services of the E-5 to take nice pictures. Introductory chapters can help you get happy with the fundamentals of your digital camera earlier than you dive correct into exploring artistic how you can observe E-5 dossier codecs, solution, and automated publicity positive aspects. appealing, full-color photos illustrate the place the fundamental buttons and dials are, so you are going to quick find out how to use the Olympus E-5, and use it like a professional!
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Chapter 1 ■ Getting Started with Your Olympus E-5 3 Still, if you’re new to Olympus dSLRs, particularly ones as sophisticated as the E-5, you may find the full array of controls and creative tools a bit daunting. Fortunately, all you need is this book and some practice to learn how to get the most out of your camera. If you’re upgrading from an E-3, note that while the E-5 is very similar to its predecessor, there have been some changes to button positioning (in part because the E-5 sports a larger articulated LCD screen), and some new capabilities added.
It requires almost no explanation; when you want to access a menu, press it. To exit most menus, press it again. The arrow pad may remind you of the similar control found on many point-and-shoot cameras, and other digital SLRs. ) So, from time to time in this chapter (and throughout this book) I’ll be referring to the arrow pad and its left/right/up/down buttons, and center OK button. 2 The arrow pad has four directional buttons for navigating up/down/left/ right, and an OK button to confirm your selection.
Press the MENU button to the left of the LCD, and then use the arrow pad to scroll down to the Setup menu (it’s marked with a wrench icon), press the arrow pad button to the right, and then press the right button again. The options will appear on the screen that appears next. Use the up and down arrow keys to change a particular setting and the left and right arrow keys to maneuver from setting to setting. Keep in mind that you’ll need to reset your camera’s internal clock from time to time, as it is not 100 percent accurate.
David Busch's Olympus E-5 Guide to Digital SLR Photography by David D. Busch