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Difference between the D-400 Zoom and the D-450 Zoom

What is the difference between the D-400 Zoom and the D-450 Zoom?

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Re: Difference between the D-400 Zoom and the D-450 Zoom

The D-450 Zoom is an improved version of the D-400 Zoom. Both models have the following features: •1.3 megapixel resolution •3x optical zoom lens - 2x digital telephoto •Stream-lined compact form design •Automatic focus, metering, and white balance •Built-in, pop-up electronic flash •Real-image optical viewfinder •LCD monitor •Buffered RAM memory; burst shooting •Video output to TV •12-second self-timer •8 meg SmartMedia included. Larger capacity cards available. In addition, the D-450 Zoom has the following features: •A larger buffered RAM memory permits rapid shooting (real-time shooting without having to wait for the image write) and a true sequence shooting in more quality modes: Memory Card Storage Capacity Shots Frames per second Quality Mode 10 2.0 SQ 8 0.8 HQ 4 0.8 SHQ •A new high-resolution glare-free LCD monitor screen that can be easily viewed at any angle and even in bright sunlight. The new monitor also uses less power •Automatic ISO adjustment from ISO 160 to 640. Manually selectable ISO 160, 320, and 640 •New Slow-Synchronization flash mode which enables the use of the flash on shots requiring long exposure (such as night time photography) •Image playback now includes an easier to use index mode of 4, 9, or 16 images. A 3x magnification inspection mode allows easy viewing of image detail •Overall power efficiency has been improved. 1.5 to 2 times more battery life compared to the D-400 Zoom •D-450 Zoom comes in a Champagne Gold finish NOTE: The D-450 Zoom digital camera does not include the Olympus FlashPath floppy disk adapter (which was included with the D-400 Zoom). The FlashPath adapter is available as a separate accessory.

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Difference between the D-460 and the D-450 Zoom digital camera


The D-490 Zoom shares the following features with the D-460 Zoom: •Olympus 5.4mm to 16.2mm (equiv. to 35mm to 105mm on a 35mm camera) lens: all-glass, 8 element, 6 groups, 2 aspherical lenses •Automatic TTL focus system •Macro mode allows the camera to auto focus as close as 8 inches •Automatic aperture selection: f2.8 to f8.0 wide, f4.4 to f12.6 tele •3x image magnification inspection mode •Panorama mode: Allows multiple pictures to be "stitched" together to create wide views •NTSC video output to TV •12-second self-timer •8MB SmartMedia card included •Built-in, pop-up intelligent flash: Auto low & backlight, red-eye reducing, off, fill-in, slow-sync •Automatic white balance control or 4 manual settings (daylight, cloudy, tungsten light, fluorescent light) •Automatic ISO sensitivity or manual selectable ISO settings •Uses 4 AA size batteries. AC Adapter is available as an optional accessory In addition, the D-490 Zoom has the following functions and features: •2.1 megapixel resolution (1600 x 1200) •Sequence mode - up to 5 shots in HQ and up to 45 shots in SQ mode (1.3fps) •Motion picture mode - up to 60 seconds of QuickTime movie (.mov) format (w/o audio)

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SmartMedia™ cards size


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Aug 31, 2005 | Olympus D-460 Zoom Digital Camera

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Difference between the D-460 Zoom and the D-490 Zoom digital camera


The D-490 Zoom shares the following features with the D-460 Zoom: •Olympus 5.4mm to 16.2mm (equiv. to 35mm to 105mm on a 35mm camera) lens: all-glass, 8 element, 6 groups, 2 aspherical lenses •Automatic TTL focus system •Macro mode allows the camera to auto focus as close as 8 inches •Automatic aperture selection: f2.8 to f8.0 wide, f4.4 to f12.6 tele •3x image magnification inspection mode •Panorama mode: Allows multiple pictures to be "stitched" together to create wide views •NTSC video output to TV •12-second self-timer •8MB SmartMedia card included •Built-in, pop-up intelligent flash: Auto low & backlight, red-eye reducing, off, fill-in, slow-sync •Automatic white balance control or 4 manual settings (daylight, cloudy, tungsten light, fluorescent light) •Automatic ISO sensitivity or manual selectable ISO settings •Uses 4 AA size batteries. AC Adapter is available as an optional accessory In addition, the D-490 Zoom has the following functions and features: •2.1 megapixel resolution (1600 x 1200) •Sequence mode - up to 5 shots in HQ and up to 45 shots in SQ mode (1.3fps) •Motion picture mode - up to 60 seconds of QuickTime movie (.mov) format (w/o audio)

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Difference between the D-460 and the D-450 Zoom digital camera


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Difference between the D-400 Zoom and the D-450 Zoom


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SmartMedia™ cards


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