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Olympus C-765 UltraZoom

Model
CAMEDIA C-765 Ultra Zoom
Type
Digital camera with 4.5cm/1.8 inch colour TFT LCD monitor.
Image sensor
Image sensor 1/2.5 inch CCD with 4.2 million pixels.
Effective pixel number 4 million pixels. (The actual number of pixels used in image processing.)
Filter array Primary colour filter (RGB).
Media
Storage media type Removable xD-Picture Card (16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512MB.)
Lens
Optical zoom 10x.
Structure 11 lenses in 7 groups. 2 aspherical lens elements. ED lens.
Filter diameter 45.6mm (use optional CLA-4 adapter to connect converter).
Focal length 6.3 – 63mm (equivalent to 38 – 380mm lens in 35mm format).
Maximum aperture F2.8 (wide)/F3.7 (tele).
Digital zoom
1x – 4x, 40x seamless zoom when combined with optical zoom.
Viewfinder
240,000 pixel EVF (electronic viewfinder).
LCD monitor
1.8 inch colour TFT LCD monitor with 114,000 pixels.
Focusing
System TTL autofocus with contrast detection.
Mode Auto: iESP autofocus, spot autofocus, AF area is selectable.

Manual: MF via arrow buttons.
Working range: Standard mode: 0.6m (wide) /2m (tele) – infinity.

Macro mode: 0.07m (wide); 1.2m (tele) - infinity.

Super Macro mode: From as close as 3cm.
Light metering
Mode Digital ESP metering,
Spot metering,
Multi-spot metering.
Function AE lock.
Histogram in shooting and playback mode.
Exposure
Exposure control Programme AE, AE lock.

Aperture priority AE, Shutter priority AE, Manual Exposure.

Scene programs (Portrait, Sports, Night Scene, Landscape).

4 different settings storable.
Shutter speed 16 – 1/1000 sec.
Compensation ±2 EV in 1/3 EV steps.
Auto bracketing Selectable from 1/3 EV, 2/3 EV and 1 EV, max 5 images.
Sensitivity
Auto ISO 64/100/200/400.
Manual Selectable from equivalent ISO 64/100/200/400.
White balance
Mode Auto: Full-auto TTL iESP2.

Pre-set: One-touch, daylight, overcast, tungsten light, fluorescent light 1,2,3.

WB adjustment: Red (-7) – blue (+7 )
Flash (Built-in flash (Pop-up))
Modes Auto (automatic activation in low and backlight),
Red-eye reduction,
Fill-in (forced activation),
Slow synchronisation,
Off (no flash).
Working range Wide: 0.3m 4.5m.
Tele: 1.2m 3.5m.
Recycle time Approx. 10 sec.
Guide number Approx. 10.
Sequence shooting
2.1 shots per second for up to 2 frames in HQ.
Processing
Image processing TruePic Turbo, pixel mapping, noise reduction.
Image quality adjustment Sharpness ± 5.
Contrast ± 5.
Saturation ± 5.
Function shooting 2 in 1 function, panorama function, sepia mode, black & white mode, black board mode, white board mode.
Editing
Still image edit Re-size, trimming.
Motion picture edit Index.
Recording System
Still image JPEG (DCF: "Design rule for Camera File system"),
TIFF (non-compress), Exif 2.2 support,
Print Image Matching II support, DPOF support, DPS.
Motion picture QuickTime Motion JPEG®*, 640 x 480, 15 files per sec.
Sound WAVE format.
Power supply
Rechargeable battery Lithium-ion battery (LI-10B).
AC adapter Optional AC adapter C-7AC; AC 100V-240V, 50-60Hz; DC 4,8V.
Interface
DC input terminal,
USB 2.0 Full Speed AutoConnect interface (storage class),
Audio/Video output terminal (PAL/NTSC selectable).
Other features
DPOF setting Single-frame print reservation, all print reservation, number of prints, date/time display.
Direct printing (DPS ) PictBridge support allows direct printing with compatible printers.
Multilingual menu English / French / German / Spanish / Japanese / Russian / Portuguese / Italian.
Setting memorisation ON /OFF/ My mode (4 settings storable).
Self-timer Yes.
Date/time/calendar system Up to year 2099.
Size
Dimensions 104.5 mm (W) × 60 mm (H) × 68.5 (D) mm.
Weight 280g.
Box contents
Strap, 16 MB xD-Picture Card, USB cable, audio/video cable, battery charger with rechargeable battery, CAMEDIA Master 4.2.

Review source: www.olympus.co.uk

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