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  1. I received an Olympus fe 4000 for Xmas last year. I am not entirely pleased with Winter pictures. I cant see the screen and if I change to scene , if I turn the camera off and take it out again it reverts to P. Not Auto. I am a skier who likes to take snap pics mostly because my subjects are skiing. Not a very handly camera. My wife has a Samsung which is really a quick point and shoot good winter pic camera. I have so many out of focus or bright light or over exposed pics that I think I trade it for a cheaper better camera for what I need.

    Posted by Rich Wornath | February 12, 2011, 12:16 pm
  2. Rich, Thanks for your comment. I’m sorry you’re not happy with your FE 4000. I haven’t used that specific camera, but I have a couple things you might try. First, when you have difficulty viewing the screen are you in bright sunlight? Composing photos on the LCD screen in bright sunlight is a challenge for all cameras. You might try shading the back of the camera body with your left hand, while photographing with the right.

    The camera should remember the last setting used and returned to that. Have you looked to see if there is an update to the camera’s firmware that may resolve the problem? Olympus has a tech tips day this Thursday where you can ask questions directly to their technical support staff. They can help you with the Scene Mode/P issue you’re seeing.

    Posted by Jay | February 14, 2011, 12:57 pm
  3. Rich, I’ve connected with Olympus regarding your issue, and they suggest you call the Digital Technical Support team at 800-622-6372 to get your issue resolved.

    I hope this helps. -Jay

    Posted by Jay | February 16, 2011, 11:26 am

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