Olympus D-510 Zoom (C-200 Zoom)

Announced May 8, 2001 •
2 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 35 – 105 mm (3×)
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All about this camera... I used the C900, bought C920, used C960 and now finally bought C200Zoom. C920 was excellent even though it was 1.3Mpixel camera, it was missing things that C200Zoom has. 1) USB connection - yes you can use it as a file storage too... beats ZIP drive any day! 2) Lower power consumption! - use 1.3Ah Ni-Mh batteries and you will go a long way! 3) Very quick previews! 4) Excelent picture quality (set the ISO setting to 100 and you will see the difference, ISO200 and ...

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Great little camera, I've had it for about 2 months now without many real complaints. The quality of the macro setting was a pleasant surprise. The QTVR option works like a charm (though better on a PC I notice than on my Mac, I tend to send the pictures to my friend who's computer I installed the software on when I want to make QTVRs) , the Optical viewfinder is quite good for a beside the lens dealie (I forget what it's called off the top of my head), The auto-connect feature works like ...

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I've had this camera just under a month now and agree with all the praise that it has rightly received here. I have been very pleased with the pictures taken with it. However, I have also discovered just how different digital photography is in terms of its immediacy and I've started to miss the chance to play around with shutter speeds etc. For this reason I'd say if you want a camera for general family use then you really won't be disappointed. But if you think you might want to play ...

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This is a great point and shoot camera for the money. I chose it for its compact design. I can carry it in the windshield pouch of my motorcycle and snap pictures while riding down the road. For most situations the auto setting works fine. I purchased the rechargeable NiMh batteries and have taken over a hundred pictures so far; The battery indicator is still showing a full charge. The sliding lens cover is a bit stiff but seems to be loosening up with use. The pictures are sharp and clear ...

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Excellent camera. Bought it for my honeymoon. Pics are excellent. Found the camersa rugged, easy to use and not to bulky to carry round. The only downside was when whale watching the time lag between the press of the button and the actual time the image was captured meant I missed the whales as they came out of the water and then re-enterd it. Problems: As above

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As my first digi-cam I find it fit to my needs, however it seems to me that the Olympus AC adapeter is overpriced, as I got myself the Digipower one. USB is fast and the software included with the camera is fairly easy to use. Did not like the manual on CD-ROM. I rather have it printed on paper. Problems: have print all the instriuctions on paper as well. none witth the camera itself.

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My first digital camera and I must say I am totally pleased with the incrediable features it has. Picture quality is superb, even in 8 X 10. Don't let the downer reviews here convince you not to buy this great camera. You will be in love with it just as I am! What more can I say??? Problems: None!!!

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If you can get a 490, do that instead. I had my 490 stolen and my company replaced it was a 510. Focus is slower Zoom has less steps and its slower Uses more battery power Focus is not as accurate LCD doesn't white-balance prior to the shot (halogen lights make the LCD reddish). I don't like the auto-pop flash. The 490 was nice for me, since I don't need the flash most of the time. No information LCD on top of the camera. I'm 6'2" and the "grip" is not good for my hand size. It's missing the ...

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I commented on this camera last September, when I had owned it for a couple of weeks. Now, 6 months later, I have taken perhaps a thousand or more photos with it (it will be more, as I've done loads of panoramas and web objects). I still love the camera and am extremely pleased with its quality-price ratio, though since September, prices seem to have tumbled, so a direct comparison is impossible nowadays. I have taken all sorts of photographs, from ordinary tourist Problems: I had a couple of ...

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very good for amateur! Resolution is enough for 10x15 pictures and more.I love it! Problems: yes, with usb conneting to my computer.Win98 does not want to 'see' the camera. acdsee is a must ,then. Consumption of energy.....

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