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See how you can use the free OI.Share App from OLYMPUS with a QR code and Wi-Fi to connect your smartphone to your camera and then use the mobile device as a handy remote control. The Remote Live View option then gives you wireless control over the camera and its settings like zoom and focus, perfect for taking selfies.
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See the difference that the right ISO setting can make for your indoor/outdoor photography. When in the city on a sunny day, a low ISO – as provided in AUTO mode – is ideal, giving you lots of freedom.
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