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07-26-2008, 04:00 PM   #1
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[SOLD] Olympus E-20N 5Mp fixed-lens Digital camera + accessories

Olympus E20N 5Mp fixed lens Digital camera and accessories - $229 +shipping Weight 7 lb. 8 oz.
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PRICE REDUCED FOR TODAY BEFORE THIS GOES TO EBAY



This was my first digital camera and has recently been my car camera, but since I almost always take my K10D with me this never gets used. I offered it to my daughter for college, but she only wants to be responsible for a P&S, so you get the opportunity.

Features
  • 5.0 megapixel (effective), 5.2 megapixel (gross) CCD Interlaced scan mode
  • 2.5 megapixel (effective) Progressive scan mode
  • Auto-Connect USB (Storage Class USB) Windows® XP and Macintosh® OSX ready
  • Dual Card Slots: SmartMediaTM, CompactFlashTM Type I and II; and IBM MicrodriveTM support
  • Faster playback and review capabilities than previous Olympus models
  • TruePicTM technology helps produce smooth and true photographic images
  • Noise Reduction assists in providing clear, clean images in long exposures
  • PC Flash Sync for Studio and PC Sync flashes
  • Adjustable LCD monitor can be viewed at angles of 20-, 0-, or 90-degrees, or in the automatic or manual mode
  • User-selectable Auto White Balance, 7 Pre-set White Balances from 3000K to 7500K, and one-touch manual white balance
  • Compatible with all Olympus E-10 accessories

Olympus America FAQ for this camera

Condition of glass is as near perfect as can be, as is the cosmetic condition. For instance, the original LCD cover is still in place on the tilt-out monitor.





Link to Product Information Archived Products E-20N

Contents of this sale:
  • The E20N -
    • Olympus Zuiko 9~36mm f/2~2.4 AF LD ED Aspherical all glass MC lens 14 elements 11 groups (35~140mm equivalent in 35mm)
    • Optical Viewfinder w/ diopter adjustment
    • Power (2) CR-V3 or 4 AA batteries (AA incl.)
  • All original cables, strap, flash shoe cover, caps and hood
  • Cable Remote and Infrared Remote
  • AC Adapter
  • Olympus MA-USB 10 XD/SM Card Reader +2 Oly 128Mb SM cards
    • Uses CF or SM cards or IBM MicroDrive
  • 2 holsters - soft nylon w/ shoulder strap + hard leatherette belt holster
  • All original packaging, cards and manual (2)
  • Original Camedia Master Plus software incl. PS Elements 1.0
More images on my pbase page here olympus_e20n Photo Gallery by Paul Compton at pbase.com

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Technical Specs E-20N

CCD Imager:
5.0 Megapixel [Effective] Interlaced Scan Mode [IS]
2.5 Megapixel [Effective] Progressive Scan Mode [PS]
CCD Imager: 5.2 Megapixel [Gross Pixel count CCD] CCD Size: (in inches) 2/3" (.66") RGB CCD Lens: Olympus ED and aspherical glass 4x zoom lens 9-36mm
Fully Multi-Coated [14 Elements in 11 Groups]
2 - Low Dispersion Elements, 2 - Aspherical Elements, 1 - ED Glass Element
1 - Gauss Lens Group
(35-140mm equivalent in 35mm photography)
Filter size 62mm
Aperture Range: f 2.0 -f 11 Wide ( adjustable in 1/3 steps EV)
f 2.4 -f 11 Telephoto (adjustable in 1/3 step EV)
Shutter Speeds: 2 sec. - 1/640 sec. Automatic (interlaced scan) IS
60 sec. - 1/640 sec. Manual (interlaced scan) IS
2 sec.- 1/4000 sec. Aperture Priority and Programmed (progressive scan) PS
2 sec - 1/4000 sec. and 1/18000 sec. Shutter Priority (progressive scan) PS
60 sec. - 1/4000 sec. and 1/18000 sec. Manual (progressive scan) PS
Bulb to a maximum of 8 min. in manual [IS/PS]
ISO: User Selectable: Auto, 80, 160, 320 (equivalent) Recording mode(s): Still image: EXIF TIFF (non-compressed), EXIF JPEG, RAW (orf)
DCF (design rule for Camera File system)
Adjustable Resolutions: 2560 x 1920 TIFF, JPEG (2.7:1,4:1, and 8:1), RAW (orf) Interlaced Scan mode
2240 x 1680 JPEG (2.7:1, 4:1, 8:1) SHQ/HQ/SQ Interlaced Scan mode
1792 x 1394 JPEG (2.7:1, 4:1, and 8:1) SHQ/HQ/SQ Progressive Scan mode
1280 x 960 JPEG (2.7:1, 4:1, and 8:1) SHQ/HQ/SQ Interlaced Scan mode
1024 x 768 JPEG(2.7:1, 4:1, and 8:1) SHQ/HQ/SQ Interlaced Scan mode
640 x 480 JPEG (2.7:1, 4:1, and 8:1) SHQ/HQ/SQ Interlaced Scan mode
DPOF (Digital Print Order Form): Print Reserve, All print reservation, Date/time; Trimming Image Adjustment modes: Noise Reduction: available at shutter speeds of 1/2 second to 60 seconds Manual mode; 8 minutes in Bulb mode - and 1/2 second to 2 second - Program Auto, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority mode.
Sharpness: 3 steps (Hard, Normal, Soft)
Contrast: 3 steps (High, Normal, Soft)
Histogram (available for viewing)
Sequence: 2.5 frames per second burst up to 4 frames in TIFF and JPEG modes
2.5 frames per second burst up to 3 frames in RAW mode
4.5 frames per second burst up to 7 frames Progressive Scan mode JPEG
Viewfinder: Optical SLR viewfinder with full information viewing
95% Vertical/Horizontal accuracy (centered) Focusing Screen shows focus
Built-in dioptric correction (adjusting to eye for viewing)
LCD: 1.8" (4.5cm) color TFT LCD (114,000 pixels) with brightness adjustment(made from Low-temperature poly-silicon)
LCD adjustable at -20/0/90 degrees for viewing, reviewing or editing images
95% accurate viewing area centered
Manual or Automatic LCD adjustment for display quality; (auto always show brightest image-manual show image matching camera exposure)
Focusing System: Dual AF (autofocus) TTL system (infrared and contrast detection) stepless
Manual focus setting by focusing screen and lens barrel
Camera setting for extension lenses
Focusing Ranges: Macro Mode 8" - 23.6"(0.2m-0.6m)
Dual AF 23.6" - Infinity (0.6m - Infinity)
Manual 8" - Infinity (0.2m-Infinity)
Exposure Control: Program Auto (f 2.0/2.4 - 11 / 1/640 sec. - 2 sec IS -- 1/4000 - 2 sec PS.)
Aperture Priority (f 2.0/2.4 - 11 / 1/640 sec. - 2 sec IS -- 1/4000 - 2 sec PS.)
Shutter Priority (f 2.0/2.4 - 11 / 1/640 sec. - 2sec IS - 1/18000 & 1/4000 - 2sec PS.)Manual (f 2.0/2.4 - 11 / 1/640 sec.- 2 sec & Bulb IS - 1/18000 & 1/4000 - 2 sec PS.)
Bulb up to 8 minutes.
Exposure Compensation +/- 3 Steps EV by 1/3-stop settings.
Auto Bracketing 3 images +/- 3 Steps EV by 1/3, 2/3 and 1-stop settings.
Flash Exposure Compensation +/- 2 steps EV (FL-40 or Built-in flash)
AE Lock (exposure lock)
Metering System: Digital ESP Multi-Pattern Meter, Center-weighted and 1.2% Spot White Balance System: iESP multi-patterned Auto TTL
Pre-set manual (3000, 3700, 4000, 4500, 5500, 6500, 7500 degrees Kelvin)
One-touch manual calibration (Quick Reference White Balance)
Flash: Built-in Flash or External Flash with (ISO) PC connector and Hot-shoe Flash Modes: Auto Scene Detecting Flash for low and backlight (built-in or external flash)
"Red-eye" Reduction Flash (built-in flash)
"Red-eye" Reduction Flash & Slow Shutter Synchronized (built-in flash)
Fill-in Flash [forced on flash] (built-in or external flash)
Slow Shutter Synchronized Flash (1st or 2nd curtain effect)(built-in flash)
Flash Off (built-in or external flash)
Flash Working Range: Wide: 23.5" - 20.5' (0.6m - 6.3m) @ ISO 80
Tele: 19.5" - 17' (0.5m - 5.2m) @ISO 80
Flash Charging Time: Less than 7 seconds (at normal temperature with new CR-3V batteries) Removable Media Card: Dual Slot Design: 3V (3.3V) SmartMediaTM card (4, 8, 16, 32, 64, and 128MB)
3V Compact Flash Type I, Type II, and IBM Microdrive*
32MB SmartMedia card included
Copying between media cards in the camera possible
*IBM Microdrive is supported vibration, dropping or shock may cause malfunctions
Self-timer/Remote: 12-second delay (selftimer)/3-second delay (remote) RM-1 Remote included Settings Memorization: User Set Outer Connectors: USB connector (Auto-Connect), NTSC Video Out, DC input, RM-CB1 Remote Connector, PC Flash Connector and Hot-shoe (TTL when used with FL-40 flash) Auto-Connect USB: Compatible with Windows® ME/2000 Pro/XP-MacOS® 9.x to OSX
*Windows® 98 and MacOS® 8.6 require USB Mass Storage Support
Interval Timer: Adjustable from 1 minute to 24 hours Pixel Mapping: Automatic pixel mapping (APM) available via menu setting Operating Environment: Operation: 32° F -104° F (0° C - 40° C) 30-90% Humidity
Storage: -4° F - 140° F (-20° C - 60° C) 10-90% Humidity
Power Supply: Main Power Source: 2 x LB-01 (CR-3V) Lithium batteries (included)
4 x AA Ni-MH rechargeable batteries
4 x AA NiCd rechargeable batteries
4 x AA Alkaline batteries (emergency use only)
(Manganese batteries cannot be used)
B-30/B-32 LBS Lithium Polymer Battery and Grip Set (LBP-10/12 Battery)
AC Power: C-7AU AC adapter (optional)
Date/Time Calendar: Simultaneous recording into image data Calendar: Automatic up to the year 2030 Size: 5" (W) x 4.1" (H) x 7" (D)/
128.5mm (W) x 103.5mm x 161mm
Weight: 37 oz./
1050 grams without batteries and CompactFlash/SmartMediaTM card



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07-27-2008, 01:17 PM   #2
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OK - so it isn't a Pentax. But isn't anyone even interested in LOOKING at this camera?

I can just send it to ebay.
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Many don't understand how nice a camera this is. Just finished selling the E10 for a friend. Had a chance to shoot it first. It is built as well or better than the K10/20D. Solid. Sharp lens too. Hope you sell it. Isn't it weather resistant?
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QuoteOriginally posted by barondla Quote
Many don't understand how nice a camera this is. Just finished selling the E10 for a friend. Had a chance to shoot it first. It is built as well or better than the K10/20D. Solid. Sharp lens too. Hope you sell it. Isn't it weather resistant?
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Thanks for the bump.

Perhaps I assumed incorrectly some on this Forum would know this camera - it is a fine piece of work, and for its time was cutting-edge. I have not read a specific claim that it is weather resistant, but there are certain aspects such as the doors and latches that are more durable than the K10D (remedied in the K20). The lens is outstanding.

As I stated in the post, I should keep this camera but I just never use it. If someone here or the other place buys it for a fair price the proceeds will end up in my bag somewhere.

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shame on you!

This thing looks like a tank, wish I had a use for it.

Good luck selling it.
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Bumped and Price Reduced for today before this goes to ebay.
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Bumped again before it goes to ebay tomorrow

 

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