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Olympus D-340R 1.2MP Digital Camera

by Olympus

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  • 1,280 x 960 resolution
  • 1,310,000-pixel CCD
  • 1.8-inch color TFT LCD screen
  • 8 MB, 3.3-volt SmartMedia memory card holds up to 122 images
  • Offers uncompressed TIFF recording mode
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Product Details

Product Manual [2.78mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 1.8 x 2.6 inches ; 11.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00000JFIF
  • Item model number: D340R
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,628 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 4, 1999

Product Description

Product Description

Filmless digital camera, 1280X960 resolution w/1.31 megapixel CCD. All glass lens, 2x telephoto mode, 4 mode flash, 4" to 20" macro mode. Sequence mode allows you to shoot up to 10 photos in 1/2 second intervals. Save files in industry standard JPEG format for easy use w/computers. Download shots directly to a computer using the included serial cable. Instantly connect to a VCR or camera for viewing.

From the Manufacturer

Olympus D340R 1.3 Megapixel Digital Camera with 8- MB SmartMedia card, flash, LCD, and optical viewfinder.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I've seen many good comments about the brand MAHA.
The enclosed Olympus and Adobe software is easy to use and functional for most home use.
Baltic Books
It was very easy to use and the picture quality is excellent.
Stephen H. Price

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

194 of 195 people found the following review helpful By Baltic Books on November 23, 1999
After reading every review we could find, we ventured for the first time into the digital photographic world purchasing the Olympus 340-R digital camera. We were definitely not disappointed.
After just a few days the camera accompanied us to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia and Seoul, S. Korea, while we nervously left our Canon SLR at home. The camera performed marvelously. We found the optional 16MB flash memory card more than adequate for our needs, as we easily downloaded photos each day into our laptop.
We were amazed at the quality of photos even in low light settings. We took shots at our conference including a multimedia presentation where surprisingly the projected image on the screen was readable! While staying in the countryside in a traditional Mongolian "ger" (tent), we shot an incredible photo of the predawn sky-- even the morning stars are clearly distinguishable!
Arriving home we were completely satisfied with the photos shot at the low resolution setting when printed out on our HP Deskjet 895 using an Epson photographic paper. I doubt that most people would be able to tell the difference between the prints and a standard developed snapshot. The enclosed Olympus and Adobe software is easy to use and functional for most home use. You will absolutely love the Quickstitch utility that simply creates oversized and panorama shots!
One of the only weaknesses we found a little frustrating was the variance between the optical viewfinder and the digital one. If you frame... say, a head and shoulders shot in the optical viewfinder, you will discover that digitally the camera sees a much broader area. Olympus should do a little better job calibrating the two viewfinders.
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121 of 121 people found the following review helpful By "jeugenides" on October 29, 1999
If it had an optical zoom lens, this camera would be perfect! But, it would also cost a lot more. The camera is nice and small, fits easily in a coat pocket so you can take it anywhere. Picture quality is great, a bit soft on landscapes but all digital cameras are, even the 2 megapixel ones don't really do landscapes that well. The macro shots from this camera look spectacular, and people shots are just great. They print out very nicely, too. The autofocus works very well, and the metering is excellent (you can adjust the exposure up and down 1 stop if you want, but so far I haven't found it necessary). Color saturation is great, and very accurate. You can't adjust the white balance manually, but fortunately the camera's automatic white balancing works extremely well. You have 4 options when taking pictures, SQ (standard quality), HQ (high quality), SHQ (super high quality) and SHQ uncompressed. SQ is 640x480, the rest are 1260x980, the only difference being the compression used. HQ uses the most compression, and SHQ uncompressed uses no compression at all (a nice feature that many cameras don't have -for those really detailed shots). I find HQ works just fine for most pictures, and I can get 73 of those on a 16MB card. The viewfinder is a bit small, but not hard to find, and it's quite clear. The LCD is good, even in the daylight. Controls are easy to learn and well laid out. It's easy to view your pictures on the LCD, and you can delete any one (or all of them) at the touch of a button. You can also protect any of them from being accidentally erased. There's a 3x feature that allows you to see a portion of the picture a 3 times the size, useful for determining how sharp it really is, or if you moved the cameral during the shot.Read more ›
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164 of 168 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 29, 1999
This is my first digital camera and my very first camera forover $200. Overall, I'm happy with it - it's easy to carry andtakes great pictures. There's not a pause between pressing the button and the camera actually taking the picture, which is a problem with other digital cameras. Some things to keep in mind though:
1. Downloading from the camera to your computer is EXTREMELY slow through the Serial Cable. Buy the SMART DISK floppy. Basically, your memory card fits right into the floppy disk, and the floppy disk works just like any floppy. The only bad thing about the floppy is it takes two lithium batteries.
2. If you have a laptop, you probably want to buy the DDSMFLSAD Smart Media Adapter for PCMCIA slot. Does the same thing as the SMART DISK floppy, but obviously cheaper. Same downloading speed.
3. If you don't buy 1 or 2, then buy an AC adapter (which by the way, doesn't come with the camera). Your camera must be on to transfer the pictures to your computer. Again, extremely SLOW.
4. There isn't a protective covering for the LCD monitor, so buy a camera case. This case doesn't come with the camera. Costs around $20 at any store. Actually you can buy the Olympus 200-523 Accessory Kit which has the AC Adapter, 2 MB card, and camera case.
5. This camera comes with an 8 MB card which holds 36 HQ pictures or 18 SHQ pictures. I can't tell the difference between the two qualities. 8 MB is good enough. After taking about two days worth of pictures, I download them to my computer and erase the 8 MB card. I don't feel the need to have more or larger cards. But then again, if I traveled and didn't have access to my PC, then I would invest in a couple 32 MB card.
6. Camera doesn't have zoom.
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