Olympus C-860L

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The Olympus Camedia C-860L also known as the D-360R is a 1280x960 pixel digital camera introduced by Olympus in January 2000[1].

Images can be captured in JPEG as well as TIFF formats. It has an optical viewfinder and an LCD screen on the back. It has a fixed-length Olympus lens, 5.5mm /f2.8, (35mm equivalent 36 mm) with 5 elements in 4 groups, including 1 aspherical lens, and has a 2x digital zoom. The aperture is set to one of only three stops, f2.8, f5.6 or f11. The lens is protected by a sliding cover which also contain the built-in flash with a range of 0.2 to 3.0 m. It contains a 61,000 pixel 1.8 inch color TFT LCD screen.

Power comes from four AA batteries. Data is stored on SmartMedia cards. An 8MB card is usually bundled with the camera.


  1. [Olympus press release, Jan 2000]