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    Changing from 400 to 800 is easy as just one black square needs to be scratched off. Check this "DX Simulator":

    http://www.imageaircraft.com.au/DXsim/

    Just look at the change when you switch between 400 and 800.
    Steve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perkeleellinen View Post
    Changing from 400 to 800 is easy as just one black square needs to be scratched off. Check this "DX Simulator":

    http://www.imageaircraft.com.au/DXsim/

    Just look at the change when you switch between 400 and 800.
    thanks for the link..it is very useful

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    FYI, the mju-ii will "assume" 100 iso film if you insert a bulk load cartridge with no DX coding.

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    is there any website for me to download the manual for this camera?

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    I got this from somewhere on the web. It's a bunch of jpg scans of the manual, but it works: link.

    Let me know if there is a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Gray View Post
    I got this from somewhere on the web. It's a bunch of jpg scans of the manual, but it works: link.

    Let me know if there is a problem.
    Thanks for the manual..it's really helpful

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    Here is another article on the Stylus Epic

    http://antiquecameras.net/olympusstylusepic.html

    Dan
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    www.antiquecameras.net/blog.html

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    I have been looking for a while, where can you buy the stickers with the dx code on them?

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    In the U.S.:

    http://www.porters.com/catalogsearch...ed+film+labels

    (I haven't used them personally, but don't see how you could go wrong.)

    Light leaks/reflections seem to be an issue with the Epic/MJUII. I've had several and more than one have given me a weird reflection, seemingly off the paper 'frame' thingy that surrounds the lens on the inside. I've never figured out the problem and it is infrequent enough to not worry about.

    I have taken some nice slides on Velvia with my Epics but really love the prints I get with good 400-speed negative film. Have fun with it.

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