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Olympus C-2500L Review

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Submitted by on January 15, 2009 – 10:55 pmNo Comment

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Before the C-2500L, no standalone digital camera in the world produced results that could truly be considered on a par with those produced by a film camera. But now – for the first time – the compact Olympus C-2500L produces photographic results suitable for prints 8 x 10 inches and larger with true colors, true contrast and true gradations. At a price that's almost too good to be true. This ability is the result of exclusive TruePic technology that adds an entirely new dimension to the process of translating pixels to images. Along with other advances that include a superior CCD, an improved image aspect ratio and a fast f.2.8 – f 3.9, all-glass, aspherical 3x zoom lens that delivers crystal-clear images. All of which is exactly what you'd expect from Olympus – world leader in film and filmless photography.


Specifications

Key Features
Image Sensor Type  CCD 
Resolution  2.5 Megapixel 
Optical Zoom  3x 
Camera Type  Standard Point and Shoot 

Lens
Interchangeable Lens  Without Interchangeable Lens 
Optical Zoom  3x 
35mm Zoom Lens  36 – 110 mm 
Focus Type  Autofocus 
Focus Range  23.62 in. to Infinity (w)
Macro Focus Range  11.81 – 23.62 in. (w) / 0.79 – 23.62 in. (t) 
Focal Length  9.2 – 28 mm 

Image Quality
Camera Resolution  2.5 Megapixel 
Image Resolutions  640 x 512 • 1712 x 1368 • 1280 x 1024 

Exposure Control
Aperture Range  f5.6/f7.8 (w/t) – f2.8/f3.9 (w/t) 
Shutter Speed  1/2 – 1/10000 sec 
White Balance  Auto • Manual 

Storage
Memory Type  MMC Card • SmartMedia Card 
Compression Modes  Fine • SuperFine • Uncompressed 
Compression Type  JPEG • TIFF 
File Size (High Res.)  8 MB (16 images on 128MB card) 
File Size (Low Res.)  .1 MB (about 1,280 images on 128MB card) 

Flash
ISO Speeds  100 • 200 • 400 
Flash Type  Built-In 
Flash Functions  Flash Off • Auto Flash • Rear Sync Flash • Fill-in Flash • Red-eye Reduction Flash 
Viewfinder / Display
Viewfinder  Optical (Through-the-lens)   
LCD Panel  With LCD Panel 
LCD Panel Size  1.8 in. 
LCD Screen Resolution  122,000 pixels 
LCD Protected Position  Without LCD Protected Position 

Interfaces
Interface Type  Serial 
video Interface  Video Out 
Power Supply
Battery Type  4 x AA Batteries 

Included Features
Self Timer  2 Sec. • 12 Sec. 
Width 
4.31 in. 
Depth 
5.08 in. 
Height 
3.17 in. 
Weight 
1.06 lb. 

Warranty
1 Year 

Miscellaneous
Exterior Color 
Black • Silver

 

Review

Pros: Fast operation, good image quality, solid feeling design
Cons: Quirky preview image quality, limited aperture control

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