Olympus D-380 Camedia


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Old 04-17-03, 04:32 PM
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Olympus D-380 Camedia

I have figured out how to do most everything with my new digital camera, except: quick deleting of stored pix.
I know how to delete one at a time, but not all at once.
Is there a way? My Kodak at the office does it, but the Olympus has me stumped. (no great feat, that!)
 
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Old 04-17-03, 06:47 PM
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Try this, straight from the manual (p. 62):

All-frame erase
1 Display the top menu in the playback
Press O (camera?) with the lens barrier closed.
Press O (block?)
2 Press > to select MODE MENU
3 Press ^v to select the CARD
tab, then press >
4 Press ^v to select
CARD SETUP, then press >
5 Press ^v to select
ALL ERASE, then press O (block?)

Note that selecting FORMAT will
erase all existing data.
Couldn't decipher some of the pictures (tried to describe them.) Anyway, basically it says to go to Card Setup and select All Erase. Of course, you could do a Format also. Basically the same thing. Format may take longer.

Good luck!
 
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Old 04-17-03, 06:48 PM
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Go here:
http:http://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_se...ad_manuals.asp
and go through the steps and then either download or open the manual:
http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/...ce_English.pdf
select camera operation, then scroll down to playback, and thenerasing pictures, then all frame erase(page 62). you will need adobe acrobat reader to view it
 
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Old 04-18-03, 04:27 PM
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OK, I might have missed one or two pages in the manual(!). Thanks for your help, I swear I looked thru that book 10 times! Thanks again.
 
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Old 04-18-03, 04:33 PM
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Uh-huh, suuure.

Seriously, no problem. Sometimes it just takes more than 1 pair of eyes to see it. We've all been there.
 
 

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