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 answer, an array of tiny, nearly pocket-sized lenses, and adequate refined good points and customization strategies to thrill the main avid novice photographer. because the new proprietor of a PEN EP-2 you need to quick and simply tips on how to use your digicam to take amazing pictures. David Busch's Olympus PEN EP-2 advisor to electronic images indicates you ways, while, and why to take advantage of the entire cool positive aspects, controls, and capabilities of the hot Olympus PEN EP-2 digicam to take nice images of whatever. Introductory chapters may also help you get happy with the fundamentals of your digital camera sooner than you dive correct into exploring inventive how you can practice the PEN EP-2's dossier codecs, answer, aperture/priority publicity, automated publicity gains, and extra lenses. appealing, full-color photos illustrate the place the fundamental buttons and dials are, so you will quick tips on how to use your PEN EP-2, and use it like a professional!
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To change release modes, follow these steps: 1. Press the down arrow. 14 will appear. Then use the left/right arrow to choose the function. 2. Use the arrow buttons to choose the desired release mode. 3. Press the OK button in the center of the main dial pad to confirm your choice. 14 Press the down arrow button and choose a release/drive mode. The release modes available from this menu are as follows: ■ Single-frame. In this mode, the default, the E-P2 takes one picture each time you press the shutter release button down all the way.
5 percent of the image area, but the camera shifts to underexposure to compensate. You’ll find a detailed description of each of these modes in Chapter 4. Choosing Focus Modes This section shows how to select when the E-P2 calculates focus, either all the time (continuously), only once when you press a control like the shutter release button or AEL/AFL button(single autofocus), or manually when you rotate a focus ring on the lens. The Olympus PEN E-P2 can focus your pictures for you, or allow you to manually focus the image using the focus ring on the barrel of the lens.
Choose the 12 David Busch’s Olympus PEN E-P2 Guide to Digital Photography setting you prefer (S-AF, C-AF, MF, S-AF[MF], C-AF[TR]—more information on these in the next chapter). If the lens hood is bayoneted on the lens in the reversed position (which makes the lens/hood combination more compact for transport), twist it off and remount with the “petals” (if present) facing outward. A lens hood protects the front of the lens from accidental bumps and reduces flare caused by extraneous light arriving at the front of the lens from outside the picture area.