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Lens range

What is the lens range for the iPalm™ digital cameras?

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On a 35mm basis, the lens range is 32-64mm.

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What is 55-200mm?

That's the focal range of a zoom lens. Unlike a single focal-length lens (or a "prime" lens) a zoom lens lets you adjust the focal range. "55-200mm" specifies the lens's focal range from 55mm at the low end to 200mm at the long end.

You can read a general description of zoom lenses at
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zoom_lens

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If you're asking about the L110, it has a permanently-affixed lens and will not use either of the above lenses.
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Computers to use with iPalm™

Microsoft® Windows® 98, Windows® Me or Windows® 2000 PC with USB Port. Macintosh® with USB port and Mac OS version 8.6, 9.0 or 9.04 or later is required to operate this camera.
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Lens range

On a 35mm basis, the lens range is 32-64mm.
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Computers that can use with iPalm

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