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Mark Peters : March 18th 2004 - 09:00 CET

The Olympus CAMEDIA C-160


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OlympusOlympus introduces another new digital camera during the CeBIT 2004 event. The 3.2 million pixel CAMEDIA C-160 is the perfect model for those wanting to enter the exciting world of digital photography at an extremely affordable price. Compact and fully automatic, this model guarantees quality results while offering incredible ease of use. With its latest edition to the entry-level segment, Olympus raises the bar for its introductory digital cameras; all now have three million pixels or more. At the same time, this camera offers a bright f2.8 lens and a diverse range of automatic and special picture taking functions. Olympus, one of the world's leaders in opto-digital technology, is recognised for its high quality optical products.
The Olympus CAMEDIA C-160But the company also takes care that its entry-level models deliver excellent performance. This results in good, reliable quality at a reasonable price. With its compact size, the C-160 is ideal for everyday use, whether on the go in daily life, at parties or on vacation.

Four scene programs (Portrait, Self Portrait, Night Scene, and Landscape) make it easy to obtain beautiful results in a variety of shooting situations. The camera even features a movie function which allows the capture of short video sequences of memorable moments. And since this model supports the PictBridge standard, you don’t need a PC to print out your favourite shots. Just connect the camera to a PictBridge-compatible printer, such as the CAMEDIA P-10, and send the images directly to the printer.

A versatile, all-around entry model at a really stunning price, the C-160 is planned for release at the end of March 2004.

The CAMEDIA C-160 – main features:
• 3.2 million pixels
• 5mm AF (equivalent to 33mm on a 35mm camera), f2.8 lens
• 1.5" LCD with multi-language menu
• 4 scene programmes (Portrait, Self Portrait, Night Scene, Landscape)
• Movie recording function
• PictBridge support





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