Olympus C-4040 Zoom

Announced Jun 20, 2001 •
4 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 35 – 105 mm (3×)
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Most compact digital cameras are now shaped like a bar of soap and you can only use the LCD to view your subject. I was able to get mine in mint condition on Ebay for $56.00 with it's original box a few memory cards. I agree that Smartmedia cards can be expensive but if you can get them cheap if you can get them at auction prices on Ebay. This camera's F 1.8 lens is perfect for available light "holiday" shots. 4 MP is more than enough for pics up to 11X14 ( and my Pentax 12.4 MP is ) gets ...

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Steve0902
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This was the first digital camera I ever bought, and I still use it a lot. The reason: the lens! You just can't get an f/1.8 lens on a digital camera. This more than makes up for the lower 4 megapixel sensor. The color, image contrast, and subtlety are vastly better than most other cameras. Expensive at the time, it shows that "early adopters" of new technology sometimes get items with features and build quality never to be found later on. I have an extension tube and a polarizing ...

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A M Soren
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Ha !! This has Got to be a laugh to some, the last post for this camera was over 2 years ago, but I REALLY think this is a Great camera. I have had it for years now. I bought it, in part, because I am interested in astronomy. I bought it because it had an f/1.8 lens. I love it!! It has held up Great and I have used it ALOT. I even used it professionally. I went to shoot a wedding and 2 of the 3 film cameras failed !! (What are the Chances !!) A Mamiya RB 67 ProS took the formals, ...

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suen2000
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1. precise white balance. 2. nice pictures quality 3. long life battery (use AA-battery) 4. light weight. Problems: 1. use sm card and saving a bit slow.

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seabird
 
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old age camera, but still in healthy and excellent condition, produce unexpected high quality pictures..

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Easy to use camera. Problems: Picture quality was good initially. Now pictures have a magenta tint to them, especially on skin tones.

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THANG DANG
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A MUST HAVE FOR KEEN PHOTOGRAPHERS Problems: NONE SO FAR!

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FROM C-4040 TO SONY V1 -- USING AN OLYMPUS C-4040 FOR 15 MONTHS, AND HAVING TO PHOTO ARTWORKS AND ARCHIVE DOCUMENTS EVERYDAY, I FOUND SONY V-1 VERY HELPFULL, VERY HANDY AND EASY TO USE AND VERY PROMPT FOR WORK ALL TIMES, ONE MONTH NOW. VERY-VERY LOW NOISE, SUPERB LOW-LIGHT BEHAVIOR (BETTER THAN OLYMPUS), GREAT FLASH. I AM A HAPPY OWNER AND DAILY USER. BUT I STIL LOVE MY OLD C-4040 !

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Excellent camera! Having used it for one year. Mainly using camera for scientific investigations: in microphotography (making pictures of micro objects through microscope and optical adapter) and for measuring the deformation of various strained girders by myself developed method. I use camera for making usual pictures as well. Outdoors photos are mostly excellent. To achieve high quality of indoors pictures, one should manually adjust settings. The shortage is that pictures at aperture of ...

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