Controlling your Olympus camera through your computer can be easier than fiddling with tricking menus on the camera. You can control your camera from a PC when connected to the software included in the bundle Olympus "Studio 2." Controlling from the PC stores the images directly onto the hard drive rather than having to do a memory card transfer. It also allows you to capture images, change exposure modes and choose various exposure settings, while seeing the preview on a much bigger screen than the camera viewfinder.
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Things you need
- USB cable
Connect your Olympus E520 to your PC with the provided USB cable. Turn the camera on.
Click "Launch Olympus Studio" in the pop-up window. Click "PC Control."
Click on the "Shooting/Camera Settings" button in the "Settings" bar on the right-hand side of the window.
Adjust the language, date and exposure settings on the camera in the settings bar. To return to the "Default Settings" click on the drop-down menu and select "Default Settings." Click the "+" button to add saved settings for the camera.
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