RICOH THETA SC2
User Guide

Shooting Still Images Using Only the Camera with the Self-timer Function

This section explains the shooting method using the self-timer function.

  1. Turn on the power of the camera.

  2. Press the mode button to select the still image shooting mode.

    • appears on the OLED panel.
  3. Press the self-timer button to turn the self-timer shooting function on.

    • appears on the OLED panel.
  4. Place the camera.
  5. Press the shutter button to start the self-timer.
    • Countdown starts and shooting is performed 5 seconds later.
    • During countdown, the countdown sound is heard. Also, the remaining time is displayed on the OLED panel.
      (When the remaining time is less than 2 seconds, the countdown sound interval becomes shorter.)

Note

  • Images saved in the internal memory of the camera can be viewed on a smartphone or computer.
  • Images saved in the internal memory of the camera can be deleted using the basic app for smartphone.
  • The default countdown time is 5 seconds. The countdown time can be changed to 2 seconds or 10 seconds using the basic app for smartphone.
  • If the shutter button is pressed during countdown, shooting can be performed immediately.
    (The self-timer is canceled.)
  • To cancel the self-timer, press the self-timer button or mode button.
    (If the remaining countdown time is less than 2 seconds, the self-timer cannot be canceled.)
  • The countdown sound volume is linked to the shutter sound volume.
    (When the shutter sound is off, the countdown sound is off either.)
  • The date and time of the camera are synchronized with the smartphone or computer when the camera is connected to the basic app.
  • The camera automatically enters the sleep mode if no operations are performed for a set period of time (default setting: 5 minutes). Shooting is not possible in the sleep mode. Press the power button to enable shooting, and then press the shutter button to perform shooting.
  • If no more images can be captured, delete images from the camera.
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