Olympus D-380 (C-120)

Announced Mar 13, 2002 •
2 megapixels | 1.6 screen | 35 mm
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This was one of my first Digita Cameras and is still one of my favorites for Real Estate. Although it is a very basic camera, It is by far the easiest and fastest cameras to operate. Slide the cover open and shoot. There is virtually no delay in getting ready to snap a picture. There is no focus issue ( fixed focus camera), no long card check delays ( max card size is 128 MB) Battery life is incredible, the manual states that 1020 pictures can be taken set of 4 AA batteries. I ...

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I bought this in April 2003, and I've enjoyed it thoroughly. I'm most impressed by the battery life. If I use the LCD sparingly, the batteries seem to last forever. Yes, it takes 4 AAs, but at the rate they're used, it's no problem. Picture quality is very good, and I can usually sharpen them up with photo editing software to look excellent. I'm also very impressed with the camera's performance in low light. I find that I almost never use the flash. With the flash, the colors do appear ...

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i've just bougth this cam for two days ago... This is my second digi... I used to have a Fiji finepix 1300... I work as an artist painting.. Uses it for my homepage.. and for sending piover the net to costumers.. I have played with this cam and are very pleased.. with the price and tha cam.. it have more features.. and it will forfill my needs for digital shuting.. Otherwise i have twin lens) reflex camera) a Nikon thing.. This cam is easy to use.. have taken some pic's to day in my ...

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colz
 
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Great camera, no gripes, replcement for a camera that had something wrong with it was not shure if i should accept this one, pleased i did . battery life long, great pics, easy to download on computer, nothing gone wrong with it in all the months i have had it, the list goes on. Problems: Some of the pics can be a bit light when put on computer, but my photo editing software sorts this out at the press of a button. So still no gripes.

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colz
 
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Ive had this camera some months now, and have not found anything to gripe about, this is a replacement for another camera that i bought which had a problem, wasnt to shure about accepting it as replacment, pleased i did. photos eccellent, battery life amazed at how long they can last. the list goes on. brilliant camera. Problems: Some pictures can be a bit light when put on computer, but my photo editing software sorts this out at the flick of a button, so still no gripes.

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colz
 
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Ive had this camera some months now, and have not found anything to gripe about, this is a replacement for another camera that i bought which had a problem, wasnt to shure about accepting it as replacment, pleased i did. photos eccellent, battery life amazed at how long they can last. the list goes on. brilliant camera. Problems: Some pictures can be a bit light when put on computer, put my photo editing software sorts this out at the flick of a button, so still no gripes.

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dave525
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A great pure point & shoot for carrying around. Extremely fast cold start and almost zero lag time on shutter -- that's because there is no focusing on this fixed focus model. A good intro into digital for someone using a point & shoot fixed focal length film camera. Image quality is not the equal of even the older C-2020, but perfectly OK for a cheap carry camera. This camera won't satisfy a photogropher looking for creative options, but as a second camera just to carry in a briefcase or ...

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rhollis
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I purchaced my C-120 just to toy with really. It's the first digital I've owned and I have to say I'm very happy with it. The image quality is on par with most mid range point and shoot 35mm's with a fixed focal length. The only real drawback is it's slow lens ,4.0f-8.0f, it's the camera's one true weakness. The Macro does seem to work on this camera, however the whole concept of trying macro photography with this sort of camera is hopeless. The camera has a good feel to it, some digitals ...

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HannaK
 
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Surprisingly good quality pictures - of people,things up to 2,3, mters, as about landscapes, a bit out of focus, Very good and easy way to start in the digital world Problems: none

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ywchuen
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I've just got my camera in time for Christmas and New Year. I think I was very much influenced by the 64Mb SM card that came along with the C-120. It took some getting used to but now I think I can shoot some acceptable shots with it. The menu is very user-friendly and is suitable for newbies like me. Had to say I might just regret buying this model as there is no optical zoom. Didn't think it was important until I missed it (used to borrow my friend's Sony Mavica with 10X optical zoom). All ...

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