Epson PhotoPC 3000 Zoom / Epson C900Z

Announced May 4, 2000 •
3 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 34 – 102 mm (3×)
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Solid, simple, sharp. I traded in my Epson PhotoPC 800 for the 3000Z, mainly because of the optical zoom that it offerred. The camera has exceeded all my expectations so far. Problems: None.

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Very easy to use digital camera. Great image quality and color. A must have for first time digital camera buyers. Problems: Not very good for fast motion.

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Eine gurndsolide Kamera. Für mich gibt es ein paar Abzüge für die Farbqualität. Ich habe schon mehr als 7000 Bilder mit der Kamera gemacht und bin sehr zufrieden. Problems: Color

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A great feel to this camera which I find important and outstanding image quality, it took me a few days shooting to get used to the two stage trigger but now it is hard to find fault. The macro shots have impressed me also the night shots, I would of liked more control over the focus as the three preset manual focus settings don´t allow for much scope. Problems: LCD a little red, the zoom lens a little slow and the power button a little close to the shutter button.

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After 3 months and 3000 pics I'm still very satisfied. I bought it at 80% of the price of G1 in Denmark. I value the generally very good quality of the pics, esp. close-up and macro pics. Unlike some other reviewers I find you can have shutter-priority; it's just a bit unhandy because you have to dig in the menu. Landscape pics are a bit blurry, but tend to be dull anayway....Snowy nightpics with long shutterspeed (8 s) on tripod are impressive. Problems: Zoom and other reactions slow at ...

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A really good camera, easy to handle. Very important: flash hot shoe and lens adapter included! Problems: Slow AF and zoom. No shutter priority mode, no 1024x768 mode. LCD color is slightly too red. No 1/1000 speed.

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Awesome, just awesome. I puchased the 3000z about 2 months ago.One week after having the cam, I was off to Hawaii, which is mandatory if you live in ALASKA. Prior to leaving, I purchased a 128mb cf1 card and a B-300 Olympus 1.7 lens. I WAS VERY impressed with this camera ! Upon returning to ALASKA, I have purchased a EE optics 5x, Vivitar 285HV and a really nice tripod. With all the additional components, the 3000z really lives up to its TRUE potential. I have had no problems or ...

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I USED THIS LITTLE CAMERA WITH MY STUDIO LIGHT & THE END RESULTS WERE AMAZING MUCH BETTER THEN SHOOTING POLOROID FOR TEST SHOOTS & LESS EXPENSIVE TO THE POINT THAT IT PAID FOR IT SELF WITHIN 5 MONTHS. RESOLUTION HOLDS WELL 4 8X10S Problems: A LITTLE SLOW FOR ZOOMING IN & OUT

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These are my pros and cons that distinguish this cam from competitors and that I found essential. Pros: excellent performance in low-light conditions, perfect macro shots, manual white balance mode that really increases pictures quality, quick (in most cases) and easy interface with no hierarchical drop-down menus, AA-like cheep batteries and accumulators compatibility, ergonomics, included lens adapter and batteries charger, standard external flash mount, user manual quality, automatic ...

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