Konica Digital Revio KD-400Z

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The KD-400Z Digital Revio is a compact point and shoot digital camera announced in 2002 by Japanese manufacturer Konica.

It features a 4 megapixel 1/1.8" CCD sensor with a maximum resolution of 2304 x 1704. It uses a 8-24mm Hexanon (3x) zoom lens, which is a 35mm equivalent to 39-117mm. It has an aperture of f/2.8 to f/4.9. Focus range is from 0.5m to infinity, and from 10cm to infinity in macro mode. An AF illumination light is on the camera and can assist in focusing. The shutter has speeds from 1 to 1/2000 of a sec., but the slowest speed is 1/8 of a sec in normal shooting mode. Exposure compensation can be adjusted from ±1.5 EV in one third step increments. A optical viewfinder and a 110,000 dot, 1.5 inch color LCD screen are available for composing images. For media storage, it has 2MB built-in, with card slots for MMC / SD cards as well as Memory Stick. A 16MB SD card is usually bundled with the camera. It uses USB for connectivity. It is powered by a DR-LB4 rechargeable lithium-ion battery.