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Olympus Camedia D435 5MP Digital Camera

by Olympus

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  • 5.1-megapixel CCD captures enough detail for photo-quality 13 x 17-inch prints
  • 4x digital zoom; 1.5-inch TFT color LCD display
  • 10 shooting modes; create 10-image panoramas with Olympus Master software
  • Built-in Help Guide provides brief descriptions of shooting modes
  • Powered by two AA-size batteries; stores images on xD cards
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Olympus
  • Model: 225685
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: 5.1 MP
  • Optical zoom: 1 x
  • Minimum focal length: 37 mm
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 1.4 x 2 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B0009OVRHC
  • Item model number: 225685
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,296 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 13, 2006

Product Description

Product Description

Appreciating your pictures is easy. Taking great pictures has become exceptionally easy and fun. Designed for simplicity and ease of use, the D-435 features everything you need at the touch of a button. Beautiful, high-quality prints thanks to a 5.1 megapixel CCD. An assortment of fine shooting modes for almost any situation. Tips and more via a built-in Help GUIDE. And a compact, portable design and further easy to locate options that provide for a fun, comfortable picture-taking experience...every time. Built-in Help GUIDE provides brief descriptions of shooting modes and more to help you capture the best results. TruePic TURBO image processor increases the overall speed of performance and enhances image quality. PictBridge compatible so you can print directly from the D-435 to any PictBridge-enabled printer, such as the Olympus P-10. Auto-Connect USB for simple, direct connection to most any computer using the provided USB cable. Built-in multimode electronic-flash Selectable Self-timerwith 12 second delay OLYMPUS Master software CD for enhanced image-editing on your computer Adjustable Resolutions 2592 x 1944 JPEG (SHQ, HQ) / 1600 x 1200 JPEG (SQ1) / 640 x 480 JPEG (SQ2) for still images Record movies at 320x240 resolution Panorama Up to ten frames automatically stitchable with Olympus Master software when using Olympus brand xD-Picture card 1.5 TFT LCD Screen Removable Media Card 14MB (Internal) - Built-in slot is xD-PictureCard compatible for adding significantly more memory (we suggest purchasing an optional 256MB digial-media memory card for more practical use) Uses 2 AA Batteries - We suggest purchasing optional rechargeable batteries for more efficient power management Simultaneous recording into image data, Automatic up to the year 2099 Unit Size 4.0 W x 2.0 H x 1.4 D (101 x 51.5 x 34.5 mm) excluding protrusions / Weight 4.2oz (120g) without battery and media card

From the Manufacturer

With the release of the new D435, Olympus packs 5.1 megapixels of image resolution into an extremely easy-to-use digital camera. First-time digital camera buyers will be amazed at the camera's simple operation and impressed by the brilliant, high-resolution images they are able to capture. A built-in Help Guide makes learning digital photography easier than ever before, and the light, compact body design makes it convenient to slip the camera in a pocket so you can take it anywhere.

Designed to Do More
The D435 combines a 5.1-megapixel CCD image sensor and a 4x digital zoom lens with Olympus' exclusive TruePic TURBO Image Processor, which significantly enhances image quality and delivers faster overall processing speeds for rapid startup, shutter release and playback. TruePic TURBO allows the D435 to capture information from all 5.0 million pixels with pixel "micro-smoothing" that delivers clearer and more color-accurate photos. This results in high quality prints that can be enlarged to 13 x 17 inches.

The inclusion of 10 shooting modes, accessed via a rotating dial on the back of the camera, makes it easy to capture flawless images in a variety of situations, such as Sports or Night Scenes. And with the QuickTime Movie mode, it's simple to create short movies of everyday events that can be emailed to family and friends.

The D435 accepts readily available AA-size alkaline batteries, eliminating the hassle of finding the right battery on the road. And a battery saving sleep mode helps users maximize the life of their batteries.

Designed to be Approachable
The camera's menu architecture allows entry-level users to make their selections quickly. The menu incorporates a new Help Guide that provides a brief description of each function and shooting mode to help users determine the settings that best suit their shooting situation and purpose.

First-time digital camera users will appreciate the camera's simple "One Touch" operation. Individual buttons for shooting, reviewing and deleting images are placed on the body of the camera in such a way that frequently used functions can be easily accessed. Macro mode, Flash mode, and a self-timer are located on an arrow pad conveniently located for quick use while setting up the perfect shoot.

Olympus Master software provides the ultimate in digital imaging management. An intuitive user interface makes downloading to your computer quick and simple, and images are searchable by date or keyword in the Calendar View. And with one-click editing tools, such as red-eye reduction, images can be touched up before printing or e-mailing. Online support, templates, firmware upgrades, and other user services are just a mouse-click away.

Connecting the D435 to a computer is easy with the USB Auto Connect feature, which connects the camera directly via USB 2.0 cable to a computer and requires no software. Or, if you prefer, forget the computer altogether. The power of PictBridge technology enables photos to be printed directly from the camera to any PictBridge-enabled printer, such as the Olympus P-10 Digital Photo Printer, without using a computer. Printing and sharing images has never been easier, and the P-10's photo lab-quality dye-sublimation printing produces archival-quality prints in rich color.

Delivering Style
The D435 has a durable, lightweight body and a built-in lens barrier. With its smooth edges and compact size of just 4.0 x 2.0 x 1.4 inches (W x H x D) and lightweight (4.2 ounces), the D435 fits comfortably in your hand and in your pocket, demonstrating that elegant design can be found at an affordable price.

Customer Reviews

This camera is very easy to use.
T Smith
The last issue I have with the camera is that when pictures are blown up, they are not very clear, even if taken at infinity.
D. Roberts
Every few days batteries have to be replaced even it hasn't been used if I don't take the batteries outta it.
Kwong W. Lee

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Emma Pearson on October 11, 2005
i don't know much about cameras, and this is the first one i've ever bought. its small and incredibly lightweight and fits in your jacket pocket. the controls are easy to read and it has a good-sized screen. its easy to upload pictures onto the computer, and the pictures turn out nice. highly recomended!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By S. Shalabi on January 20, 2006
At first I loved my camara, it took really good pictures for a very low price. But then I noticed that I was the only one who was able to take good pictures! If I gave the camara to someone to get my picture taken, it would ALWAYS come out blurry. Also, not a good camara for pictures where the object is at a distance, good for close ups only. I bought it less than a year ago and I'm already looking into getting a new one.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D. Roberts on October 9, 2006
I bought this camera looking for something rather simple to take pictures of service projects sponsored by my non-profit group, Service for Peace. I wanted a camera that was not too expensive, rather light and easy to carry, that would take XD cards (since I already had some from a previous camera), and that would be easy to use, since I often ask other people to take pictures at our events. Naturally, I also wanted clear shots, a durable camera, long battery life, and all those things.

Another requirement was that the camera NOT have a zoom lens. All things being equal, a good fixed lens takes better pictures than a zoom lens, and I don't mind moving around to find the best shot. I've also noticed that zoom lenses on digital cameras, because they have to stick out, can be easily dirtied or damaged. Fiddling around with the zoom control seems to make it easy to miss quick candid shots that look really good for documenting projects like ours. With this camera's 5 megapixel resolution, there is no problem cropping down to just the exact picture I need, and since I'm doing it at home with editing software, I can take my time and get it just right. I can also use the same shot for both close-ups and far-away shots.

So how did this camera shape up? It is light and easy to carry, and it is simple to operate. It generally works well for documenting my projects. I do have a few beefs with it, however.

The most important is that I have been having a problem from time-to-time recently with the camera saying the door for the memory card is not closed, even though it is. This is a problem because the camera will not do anything else until it is satisfied the door is closed.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Tee Time on February 24, 2006
I liked the size and compact feel of the camera. The lack of Optical zoom reduces its' ability to take pictures a bit far away. I would prefer at least 3X Optical zoom. The size of the screen on the back where you view the image to be taken is too small. Otherwise it was an OK camera for its price. It definitely is a "beginners" camera. I needed one one step up! I will probably gift it to someone and buy a camera with the better features I mentioned.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Emily Hamilton on July 28, 2006
This is a great first time camera!! You can adjust the Mega pixel so you can down load them online. This Camera goes every where with me!! I do not like that the zoom does not go very far. And the biggest problem I seem to have with it is the delay on the picture!!! It takes about 4 secs to take a pictures after you push the button. I take alot of pictures where I need it to take right away! So I learned if you press the button half way down all you have to do it wait for what you want to take a picture of and press it and it takes it right away. I would recommend rechargeable batteries for this camera. I use it so much and normal batteries die so fast!! I would go though so many in a day. With rechargeable I charge them at night and the last all day long!!! This is a great First Time Camera!!!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Cobb on July 6, 2006
I do a lot of outdoor activities and wanted a camera that was not too expensive in case something happened to it so I purchased the D435. I have been extremely pleased with this camera. I did not expect the pictures to be as clean as they turned out to be. Even using the digital zoom, the pictures came out clear. I would suggest this camera to anyone looking for an inexpensive camera.
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By Liz on November 25, 2009
i won this camera, so it was absolutely worth the price. still shots that are at a normal distance are good. it also takes good pictures in minimal to no light (my xmas tree in the dark with just the lights was incredible!) warm lighting it's not so great, and it's also slow to expose, so if the light is just so so, it's not very great. this was my second digital though, and i would at the least buy another Olympus.

update: i now have a 10 mp camera, and it's better than this one. if you just need something super basic and easy, this will work. XD cards are a pain in the butt, though.
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By Brewton Baby on December 5, 2012
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I purchased this camera to replace my older-model lost Olympus Camedia Digital Camera. I give this one 4 stars because I seldom "love" any machine or tool (Except my Mac!). But I like this one just fine and I like it much more than my old 3.1 mp version. No need for a memory card, as this one has enough internal memory to take around 100 HQ pics. I just keep an extra couple of xd cards in my bag to use if the need ever arises. Controls are simple, well thought out and much improved over my lost model. Near as I can tell, this one has no optical zoom (digital zoom only). For my purposes that's enough. Good utilitarian camera for beginners or people like me who use it mostly to take family pics or surprising art I see in the natural or man-made world. BTW I easily found all the manuals online.
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