Steve posts Brio D-100 review!|
(Tuesday, April 10, 2001 - 20:22 EDT)
First English-language review of Olympus' latest entry-level digicam...
Our friends over at the Steve's Digicams website have today posted their review of the Olympus Camedia Brio D-100 digital camera, alternatively known as the Camedia C-1 [c-you] in Europe and the Camedia C-1 in Japan. The Brio, which was first announced March 6th, features a 1.3 megapixel CCD image sensor, SmartMedia storage, USB Mass Storage Class connectivity and a 36mm equivalent fixed focal-length lens, all housed in a simple point and shoot case. Steve's opinion?
"The Camedia Brio D-100 is a small (pocket-sized) digital camera that offers a combination of good image quality with point-n-shoot ease of use. It's priced within reach of most people's budget and has a robust shot to shot speed (~2.5 secs) when compared to other 1.3 megapixel cameras. If you want a no frills, no fuss digicam that is capable of making 4x6" or 5x7" prints and fits in your pocket then the D-100 may be just what you are looking for." Hop on over to Steve's for the full review, with an in-depth look at camera design and control, as well as numerous sample images...
Steve's Digicams website