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Saturday, Mar 26, 2005

Olympus D-425 / C-170 Review - DigitalCameraInfo

Mar 26, 2005 | Category: Olympus D-425 / C-170

Olympus D-425 / C-170As Naoki Tai, the product manager at Olympus Imaging America, Inc., put it, “The Olympus D-425 / C-170 was developed with the first time digital camera user in mind. Every feature was designed for simplicity and ease of use.â€? This simple point-and-shoot is definitely easy to use and has a small price tag on it of $149. However, the cheap plastic construction and lack of optical zoom is disappointing. This is probably the cheapest camera with 4 megapixels currently on the market, so as long as consumers don’t use the digital zoom, the pictures should be decent quality and easy to obtain.

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Wednesday, Jan 05, 2005

Olympus D-425 / C-170 Review

Jan 05, 2005 | Category: Olympus D-425 / C-170

Olympus D-425 / C-170Olympus makes four million pixels affordable and user-friendly The Olympus D-425 / C-170

Point, shoot and enjoy the results. It really is that simple with the 4 million pixel Olympus D-425 / C-170 digital camera. With its “one button, one function� design principle, which makes navigating menus and features incredibly easy, this new autofocus camera from Olympus ensures trouble-free operation – even for those new to the world of digital photography.

The Olympus D-425 / C-170 is ready to pick up and go, with everything that’s needed for straightforward, trouble-free digital photography already included. The internal 14MB memory built into the camera enables it to be ready to shoot even if there is no memory card on hand and the camera operates using standard AA-size batteries. The inclusion of an xD-Picture Card slot enables even more versatility, giving you up to 1GB recording capacity for images as well as for movies.
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