10 Jul
* 1.3-megapixel sensor, delivering 1,280 x 960 pixel images
* New optical system makes for ultra-slim profile
* Easy user interface
* Excellent picture quality for a 1.3 megapixel digicam

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Manufacturer Overview
Over the past several years, Olympus has been a dominant player in the digicam marketplace. It boasts one of the broadest digital camera lineups in the industry, with numerous models ranging from pure entry-level, point-and-shoot digicams to the incredible pro-level E-10 SLR. With the “Brio” D-100, Olympus has crafted an exceptionally sleek little 1.3 megapixel digicam that’s the essence of pocketability. Better yet, they’ve given up nothing in the image-quality department to achieve the small size, and the D-100 displays excellent sharpness and color rendition, easily competing with more expensive models.

High Points


  • 1.3-megapixel CCD delivering image resolutions as high as 1,280 x 960 pixels.
  • Real-image optical viewfinder and 1.5-inch color LCD monitor.
  • 4.5mm lens (equivalent to a 36mm lens on a 35mm camera).
  • 2x digital telephoto.
  • Available aperture settings of f/2.8 and f/8.
  • Shutter speeds from 1/2 to 1/1,000 second.
  • Automatic exposure control.
  • Adjustable white balance with five modes.
  • Built-in flash with five operating modes.
  • Continuous shooting mode.
  • Images saved in JPEG format to SmartMedia card (8MB card included).
  • USB cable for quick connection to a computer.
  • Software CD loaded with Camedia Master 2.5 for Macintosh and PC platforms.
  • Power from one CR-V3 lithium battery pack (included) or two AA batteries.
  • NTSC video cable included (PAL for European models).
  • DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) compatibility.
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Posted by on July 10, 2011 in cameras


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