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Olympus C-4040 Review

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

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You've read about 4 million pixels. You've seen outstanding digital images. You've heard about auto-connecting USB. Now you can experience them all in one blockbuster of a digital camera that is the Olympus C-4040 Zoom. This state-of-the-art compact digital camera includes a 4.1-megapixel CCD and couples with Olympus's newly-developed lens, designed differently than a traditional film lens and allowing every pixel to be properly filled, to help you achieve amazingly detailed and brilliantly colorful photographic results. When you want to repeat these stunning results even in low-light situations, simply take advantage of the C-4040 Zoom's super bright 3x optical zoom lens and rest – assured your images will come out exceptionally crisp and clear.When it's time to print or e-mail those great pictures, just hook up the C-4040 Zoom to any computer with a USB port and current operating system and the computer will instantly recognize and connect it automatically for quick and easy downloading of images, without the need for additional software or drivers. It's easy to use. It takes great pictures. And it's digital. It's the CAMEDIA C-4040 Zoom… a camera that definitely lives up to the hype.


Specifications

Product Features
4-megapixel sensor captures 2,272 x 1,704 images for prints at sizes up to 11 x 14 inches
Bright f1.8 autofocus lens with 3x optical plus 2.5x digital (7.5x total) zoom
Included 16 MB Smartmedia card holds 20 images at default resolution
Automatically connects with Macs and PCs via included USB cable
Uses 2 CR-V3 lithium batteries (included) or 4 AA batteries

Technical Details
Maximum image resolution: 2272 x 1704
Image resolution options: High: 2272 x 1704
Image resolution options: Medium: 1600 x 1200
Image resolution options: Low: 640 x 480
Maximum CCD resolution: 4.14 megapixel
CCD size: 1/1.8-inch
Optical viewfinder: Yes
LCD screen size: 1.8-inch
LCD swivel: No
Aperture: F/1.8-10
Optical zoom: 3x
Digital zoom: 2.5x
Lens construction: 10 elements in 7 groups
Compatible memory types: SmartMedia
Onboard memory: None
Max. photos at highest quality: 5
Max. photos at lowest quality: 165
Image type(s): JPEG
Uncompressed mode: TIFF
ISO film-speed equivalency: 100, 200, 400
Macro focus range: 7 inches to 2.4 feet
Shutter speed range: 1 to 1/800 sec
Autofocus system: TTL, iESP contrast detection
Manual focus: Yes
Focus range: 2.4 feet to infinity
Shutter priority mode: Yes
Aperture priority mode: Yes
Main exposure mode: Programmed auto
Spot metering mode: ESP, spot, multi-spot
Manual exposure mode: Yes
Programmed exposure modes: Yes
Manual white balance mode: Yes
Built-in flash: Yes
Red-eye reduction: Yes
Fill-flash (forced flash): Yes
Flash-off mode: Yes
Night portrait (flash synch) mode: Yes
Hot shoe for external flash: No
Black and white: Yes
Solarized: No
Movie mode: Yes
Max. movie length: 148 seconds (160 x 120)
Audio recording: Yes
Burst mode or continuous shooting: Yes
Frames/sec in burst mode: 2 fps up to 8 frames
Self timer: 12 seconds
Remote included: Yes
Special effects: Blackboard mode, whiteboard mode
Splashproof: No
Other special features: Optimum Image Enlargement Mode (OIE) enlarges HQ/SHQ JPEG images up to 3200 x 2400 pixels; Noise Reduction Mode cancels out background noise in 1/2 second and longer exposures; EV bracketing; soft, normal and hard sharpness settings
Compatible systems: MAC, PC
Mac system requirements: Mac OS 8.6 or higher; USB port as a standard interface
PC system requirements: Windows Me/2000, 98SE; USB port as a standard interface
Software included: Camedia Master Software, Adobe Photoshop LE
Serial output: No
USB output: Yes
Video output: Yes
Battery requirements: 2 lithium batteries LB-01 (CR-V3) or 4 AA batteries
Batteries included: 2, LB-01 CR-V3 lithium battery pack
Rechargable batteries included: No
AC adapter included: Optional
Body type: Point-and-shoot
Included in box: C-4040 Zoom digital camera, 16 MB SmartMedia card, (2) LB-01 CR-V3 lithium battery pack, RM-1 wireless remote control, USB cable, NTSC A/V cable, lens cap with retaining cord, carrying strap
Width: 4.33 inches
Height: 2.99 inches
Depth: 2.75 inches
Weight: 11.3 ounces
Warranty, labor: One year
Warranty, parts: One year

 

Review

The camera is good. Its jpeg file has all information you took shot (every bit!!!). But you are unable to print any of them, including date and time, when you send for printing. You have to manually edit jpeg file to add basic things such as date and time. A very pitty fact for such good camera.

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