The C2000Z battery compartment is within the hand
grip, opened by turning a latch.
I personally found this a little fiddley and required
a steady grip and firm pressure on the door before
you can turn the latch back again to lock.
Sensibly Olympus chose an
easy to remember battery pattern. This may sound odd
to non-digicam users but having an easy to remember
battery orientation pattern makes loading batteries
so much easier.
The SmartMedia compartment is on the right hand
side of the camera within the hand grip. Ejecting
SmartMedia is just a simple case of pressing the
card in and it ejects itself.
On left hand side of the camera behind a door are
the following connectors:
DC in - external power
Video out - for use
with included video cable for connectivity to
VCR / TV.
Serial - RS232 / RS432
serial connector for (read: slow) image downloads.
Supplied Accessories ("In the box")
Supplied in the box was a substantial and well
written manual, CamMedia software CD, soft case
(optional extra in some regions), AV and Serial
cables, lens cap (clip-on type with no
string - now where did I put it?), 8MB SmartMedia
card and remote control.
The Remote Control allows you to control the camera
by infrared commands, you can zoom in and out
and take a shot in record mode or navigate through
images in playback (good for doing slideshows
- you can even zoom in using the remote).
This little device makes taking steady shots easy,
just pop the camera on a tripod and fire it from
the remote, no camera shake.