Olympus D-230 Review
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Olympus Camedia Brio D-230
Features & Controls
The controls are minimal and simple. The OK/MENU button calls up the onscreen menu
The 4-way buttons are multi-purpose, when the menu is displayed they let you navigate
Page one of the record menu lets you select select exposure compensation (+/-2EV in 0.5EV
Page two allows you to select the white balance (auto, sunny, cloudy, incandescent,
Page three has Setup options for formating the SM card, enabling the view after capture
The D-230 has an all-glass, 5.5mm f2.8 Olympus lens (36mm in 35mm photography),
The iESP multi-pattern autofocus has a normal range of 19.5 inches to infinity, the
The eyelevel optical viewfinder shows about 87% of the captured image and lets you
On the side are the I/O ports. On top is the USB port.
The DC IN jack for connecting an
The D-230 does not have a video out feature.
Images are stored on removeable 3.3v SmartMedia flash memory cards, Olympus supplies a
The D-230 is powered by either one Olympus CR-V3 lithium (supplied) or by two standard
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