Olympus D-620L / C-1400XL

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The Olympus D-620L is a early fixed lens SLR digital camera announced in 1998.

It uses a 1.4 megapixel 2/3" CCD sensor which produces a maximum file resolution of 1280 x 1024. The lens is a 9.2-28mm (36-110mm 35mm equivalent) f2.8-3.9 (3x) zoom lens. The filter thread is at 43mm. The electronic shutter has speeds from 1/4 - 1/10,000 sec. and is able to capture up to 3.3fps. The camera is provided with a built-in flash that automatically activates in lowlight situations. Additional flash modes include red eye, off and fill. A PC sync terminal is also available.

The back uses a 1.8 inch color LCD display. Images are stored on SmartMedia cards. 16MB is the largest card that camera can accept, unless it was updated to be compatible with 32MB cards. It is powered by 4x AA batteries.