| Questions regarding the OI.Share ( OLYMPUS Image Share ) :
What can I do with the OI.Share?
You can use the application with built-in Wi-Fi cameras and FlashAir™ compatible cameras.
OI.Share lets you import images from cameras to smartphones, share your pictures using the SNS application, and share pictures with your friends and families by connecting simultaneously to several smartphones.
With the built-in Wi-Fi camera, you can also use your smartphone as a remote control to a compatible Olympus camera and add GPS tags to the photos.
For more information, refer to the following web page:
OI.Share (OLYMPUS Image Share)
Which operating systems support the OI.Share application?
OI.Share is supported by the following operating systems : (as of April 2021)
iOS: iOS 11 - 14 / iPad OS 13 - 14
Android: Android 6.0 - 11
Where can I download the OI.Share application?
You can find the link for App Store ( iOS ) and Google Play ( Android OS ) download page on the OI.Share page.
You can also download the application by directly accessing "App Store" or "Google Play" on your smartphone to search "OI.Share" or "OLYMPUS Image Share".
I get an error message when I try to download the OI.Share from App Store or Google Play. Why can't I start the download?
OI.Share can be downloaded from App Store or Google Play only in countries or regions where application-compatible cameras are sold.
The download is not available where OI.Share compatible cameras are not sold.
I would like to watch video files on a smartphone. Can I transfer video files to a smartphone using the OI.Share?
Yes, you can transfer MOV format video files to your smartphone.
- AVI format video files cannot be transferred to smartphones. (AVI files are not displayed on the OI.Share.)
In some cameras, the time lapse and high-speed videos are recorded in AVI format.
- It may take a longer amount of time to transfer videos because video files tend to be larger in size. We recommend you to transfer small files to the smartphone.
- In Android, the application to play video files should support the MOV movie file format.
I cannot transfer some photos using the OI.Share. What should I do?
RAW data (file extension .orf), which can be taken with DSLR cameras or some compact cameras, are not displayed on the list of images in the Import Photos menu of OI.Share.
If the camera is equipped with the RAW Data Edit function, convert the RAW files to a smartphone readable JPEG file using this function.
I would like to watch movie files on a smartphone. Can I transfer movie files to a smartphone using the OI.Share?
Yes, you can transfer movie files to your smartphone.
However, it may take a longer amount of time to transfer movies because movie files tend to be larger in size. We recommend you transfer small movie files to a smartphone.
In Android, the application to play movie files should support the same movie file format as the one for the files on your digital camera.
How do I display the images by selecting a folder in the FlashAir™ or SD card on my camera?
If there are several image folders in the FlashAir™ or SD card, the folder selection window is displayed when you tap the [ ( Folder ) ] button on the upper-right.
If you tap the folder you would like to select, the list of image files in thumbnail is displayed.
||The [ ( Folder ) ] button in iOS is not displayed if there is only one image folder in the media card ( FlashAir™ / SD card ) on your camera.
||OI.Share can display only the folders and image files having the folder and file name that can be displayed on digital cameras.
I scanned the QR code that is displayed on the monitor of the camera using the Easy Setup, but couldn't obtain a Wi-Fi connection. What should I do?
If the Wi-Fi connection does not work after scanning the QR code on the camera monitor with a Smartphone using the OI.Share Easy Setup, confirm the Wi-Fi setting on your Smartphone.
Your Smartphone may already be connected to a different Wi-Fi network (e.g. home LAN ) or Wi-Fi device. In the Wi-Fi setting of your Smartphone, switch the network connection to the SSID (network name) that begins with the model name of your camer
When the network connection is completed, you will see a check mark before the SSID in iOS or, in Android OS, you will see "Connected" below the SSID.
- Easy Setup is not available on some camera models.
- For more information on how to set the Wi-Fi setting, refer to the Smartphone instruction manual.
I am using OI.Share, but the QR code reading display in Easy Setup is not displayed. What should I do?
When your Smartphone or tablet computer (hereafter Smartphone) is not equipped with a back camera, the QR code reading display of the Easy Setup is not displayed on the OI.Share.
In this case, connect the Smartphone with your camera in Wi-Fi setting using the SSID and the password information. You can find the information near the QR code that is displayed on the monitor of the camera.
How to set Wi-Fi connection when the QR code reading display is not available:
- Tap Connection Guide. In Wi-Fi Setup, tap Wi-Fi Setting.
list of Wi-Fi network is displayed.
Make sure that the Wi-Fi is ON and tap the SSID (network name) with the same name as the one displayed on the camera monitor. Enter the password to the Password field and tap Connect.
The Wi-Fi setting is completed when Connected is displayed under the SSID.
Try to transfer images to the OI.Share from Import Photos.
- Easy Setup is not available on some camera models.
- Refer to the instruction manual of your Smartphone for detailed information on the Wi-Fi connection setting.