By David D. Busch
The PEN EP-2 is the main compact interchangeable lens camera that Olympus has ever brought. It boasts 12 megapixels of solution, an array of tiny, almost pocket-sized lenses, and adequate refined positive factors and customization recommendations to thrill the main avid beginner photographer. because the new proprietor of a PEN EP-2 you need to speedy and simply how to use your digicam to take striking pictures. David Busch's Olympus PEN EP-2 advisor to electronic images indicates you the way, while, and why to take advantage of the entire cool positive aspects, controls, and services of the recent Olympus PEN EP-2 digital camera to take nice photos of something. Introductory chapters may also help you get ok with the fundamentals of your digicam sooner than you dive correct into exploring inventive how one can practice the PEN EP-2's dossier codecs, solution, aperture/priority publicity, computerized publicity positive factors, and extra lenses. appealing, full-color pictures illustrate the place the fundamental buttons and dials are, so you will speedy find out how to use your PEN EP-2, and use it like a professional!
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The E-P2 meters the entire scene, but gives the most emphasis to the central area of the frame, measuring about 8 mm. Good for when you’re concerned the lighting on the background may throw off the exposure reading. ■ Spot metering. 5 percent of the image area. ■ HI spot metering—highlight control. 5 percent of the image area, but the camera shifts to overexposure to compensate. ■ SH shadow metering—shadow control. 5 percent of the image area, but the camera shifts to underexposure to compensate.
The E-P2 focuses on the closest subject to the camera. This mode sets a faster shutter speed, since children are often more active. ■ High key. This mode enhances bright areas in high key settings (light colors on a light background). ■ Low key. This mode enhances dark areas in low key settings (dark colors on a dark background). ■ Dis mode. Reduces blur of a moving subject or moving camera via a faster shutter speed and high ISO sensitivity. ) ■ Macro. This mode is helpful when you are shooting close-up pictures of small subjects from about one foot away or less, such as stamps or figurines.
Choosing a Release/Drive Mode The release or drive modes determine when (and how often) the E-P2 makes an exposure. If you’re coming to the interchangeable lens camera world from a point-and-shoot camera, you might have used a model that labels these options as drive modes, dating back to the film era when cameras could be set for single-shot or “motor drive” (continuous) shooting modes. Your E-P2 has four release (shooting/drive) modes: singleframe, continuous shooting (sequential), 12-second delayed remote, and 2-second delayed remote.
David Busch's Olympus PEN E-P2 Guide to Digital Photography by David D. Busch