Olympus C-820L (1997)

The Olympus C-820L was the successor of the Olympus C-800L and announced on 1997-06-19, together with the Olympus C-420L. According to Olympus they both were the world's first two digital cameras with function mode. The US model name was D-320L. The internal memory was scrapped and the camera now had the possibility to store images on Smart Media cards. It was smaller and a little bit lighter then it's predecessor. The C-820L was the smallest and lightest in it's class at that time. The body was champagne colored whereas the C-420L was silver colored. Apart from that the only difference was that the C-420L only had a VGA sensor.
 
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Specifications

  • Brand: Olympus
  • Model: C-820L
  • First mentioned: 1997
  • Marketed: yes
  • MSRP: $999
  • Imager Type: 0.81MP 1/3" CCD
  • Resolution: 1024x768
  • Internal Storage: -
  • External Storage: Smart Media
  • Lens: f=5mm /F2.8
  • Shutter: 1/4s - 1/500s
  • Aperture Range: F2.8 / F5.6 / F11
  • LCD screen size: 2" LCD
  • Size: 128 x 65 x 45mm
  • Weight: 265 gr.
  • Remarks: Olympus D-320L in the US

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