FS: Olympus Camedia C-3000 Zoom

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archive 1 (Posts count)' started by Mudbug, Mar 26, 2005.

  1. Mudbug Administrator emeritus


    Jun 28, 2002
    North Central Colorado
    I've had this camera a few years. It still takes excellent pictures, I'm just moving up to a much higher caliber camera (Nikon D70) and have another Olympus C-4000 for the point and shoot stuff. It's not in new condition, as I've used it for both personal and office use for a few years, so somewhere in the neighborhood of 1000+ shots off it so far. I've enjoyed it so far, and I'm sure it will offer someone else a good introduction to digital photography. And just to be up-front about it, I no longer have either the lens cap nor the remote for it (my kids conveniently lost them).

    I've ebayed similar models to find a starting price, and they're all over the map, so if you're interested, make an offer. Thread, PM, or IM is fine.
    3.34 megapixel (3.14 effective), 1/2 inch CCD delivering up to 2048 x 1536 pixel images.
    1.8 inch, TFT color LCD display.
    3x, 6.5 to 19.5mm lens (equivalent to a 32 to 96mm lens on a 35mm camera) with auto and manual focus.
    2.5x digital telephoto.
    Apertures from F/2.8 to F/11.
    Shutter speed from 1 to 1/800 seconds in Auto exposure mode (16 to 1/800 in Manual).
    Variable ISO settings of Auto, 100, 200 or 400.
    Exposure compensation from -2 to +2 in 1/3 EV increments.
    Adjustable white balance with Auto, Clear, Cloudy, Tungsten and Fluorescent settings.
    Digital ESP (matrix) and Spot metering options.
    Program AE, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Manual exposure modes.
    Movie recording mode with sound and shutter speeds from 1/30 to 1/10,000 seconds.
    Continuous Shooting, Auto-Bracketing, Black & White, Sepia and other special exposure modes.
    Built-in flash with Auto, Red-Eye Reduction, Fill-In, Off and Slow-Sync modes.
    External flash PC sync.
    12 second self-timer
    JPEG, uncompressed TIFF, Wave and QuickTime Motion JPEG file formats.
    Image capture on SmartMedia.
    USB and serial computer connections.
    Direct print capabilities with optional Olympus printer.

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