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mm2002
01-16-2008, 11:49
I bought this because it was advertised as a Stylus 600 (which I need for my UW housing) It's either sell this or buy another housing, so I'll keep looking for a 600. Olympus also has a housing available for this one, the PT-032. In the first pic you can see two very tiny nicks in the top right on the case. Other than that, this camera is just like brand new. Included are the camera, manual, software, video cable, USB cable, battery, battery charger. I put one of my XD memory cards in to try it out, and everything works perfectly. I doubt this camera has been used much at all, the LCD screen doesn't even have so much as a scratch on it. What I like about these cameras is they are weather resistant even without the UW housing, so if you did get a little seepage it probably isn't going to damage the camera.
Edit: PRICE DROP I got a great deal on a 600, so this one is yours for $100 shipped!


Specs from Olympus:
7.1 million pixels
Weatherproof* metal body in four colours: moonlight silver, sunset orange, midnight black and twilight blue
BrightCapture Technology for better low light photography
6.4cm/2.5 LCD
3x zoom lens (equiv. to 37-111mm in 35mm format), 1:3.4-5.7
23 scene modes (incl. Candle, Night Scene, Beach & Snow) plus Programme Auto mode
Movie function with sound. Recording up to memory capacity.
Macro and Super Macro mode for shooting from as little as 8cm
Special editing functions to enhance images and to add creative effects: e.g. red-eye-fix, adjust brightness, insert frame and/or title
PictBridge compatible
Internal memory plus xD-Picture Card slot for new high-speed cards
Multi-language menu plus possibility to download further languages from the internet
Supplied with Olympus Master Software 1.4 and LI-42B rechargeable battery
Optional Underwater/Outdoor Cases (PT-032/CWPC-02) will be available from spring 2006http://www.mm-restoration.com/scuba/camera/pic1.jpg

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mm2002
01-20-2008, 18:15
Bump....see edit!