Since the launch of the digital revolution, Olympus has led the way with a pioneering range of award-winning cameras, setting new standards time and time again.
Now we welcome the Camedia C-2000 zoom, offering many creative options for image composition, external flash synchronization, a super-high-resolution CCD and a first class 3x zoom lens with a bright F2.0 maximum aperture. In short, a camera with true creative potential for even the most discerning photographer.
Using the automatic program options, photographers can now choose between taking high-end digital photos at the touch of a button or create an individual and highly original end image to their own specifications. The versatile manual setting modes allow manipulation of focusing, aperture, exposure compensation and white balance, but best of all, picture quality can be monitored immediately via the camera’s LCD display. Added to this, the newly developed convenient control “toggle” allows easy navigation through the menu options and the remote control is an innovative extra.
Used in combination with the aperture control, the external flash synchronization and a sophisticated program metering system can be relied on to deliver excellent photographs quickly, what ever the conditions.
The half inch CCD with 2.1 million pixel together with an excellent optical system gives outstanding results. A mulitvariator 3x zoom can also be set up.
As for multimedia functions, the C-2000 Zoom includes a video out terminal, direct print ultetion and new DPOF file standard for storing more information. This allows direct reading of image files on printers and is the new photo laboratory standard for processing digital images. The camera can also be connected to a PC and the top model includes an 8 MB SmartMedia card.
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