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Olympus IR-500 "i:robe" digital camera
IR-500 "i:robe"
at a glance
2288 x 1712
2.8x optical zoom
2.5" lcd viewer
xD
Li-ion battery
Olympus IR-500 "i:robe" review summary
camera date Oct 04  out of production
pixels / class 4.2M  compact digital camera
overall rating not rated overall camera rating  1 reviews
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Olympus IR-500 "i:robe" specifications
lens / zoom  40 mm - 112 mm (2.8x) (dig: 11x)
focus / macro  auto / 50 cm / 3 cm
metering mode  ESP, spot
aperture  auto / F2.9 -  F4.8
white balance  auto
shutter  auto / 4s - 1/1000s
exposure  +/- 2EV in 1/2EV steps
flash / mode  internal  - 5 modes / 0.3m - 4.3m
viewfinder  lcd
iso ratings  64 - 400
image size  2288x1712 / 1600x1200 / 1024x768 / 640x480
image format  jpeg (exif 2.2)
image compr.  
lag/cycle times  
remote control  self timer 12s
video options  Qt m-jpeg 640x480 / 320x240 / 160x120 / 800x600 (still image cut)
audio options  available
connectivity  usb / video (NTSC / PAL) / cradle
storage  xD
platform  Windows 98 SE/ME/2000 Pro/XP , Mac X v10.2 +
Olympus IR-500 "i:robe" links
Introductions, previews and other reviews
08Dec05 Olympus IR-500 review at CNET reviews
News, guides, hints & tips
30Jan07 Olympus releases firmware update for i:robe series
31Oct04 Olympus IR-500 press information
Forum discussions
dpreview.com Olympus Talk Forum
imaging-resource.com  Olympus Forum
steves-digicams.com Olympus Forum
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Olympus IR-500 "i:robe" announcement clippings


Emphasizing design and mobility, the Olympus IR-500 i:robe breaks free from the stringent requirements of the current computer-reliant imaging process. It allows consumers to organize, print, and store photos quickly and hassle-free virtually anywhere, while putting the digital camera at the center of the solution where it belongs.

Now users are able to eliminate the often burdensome and intricate computer-based process currently necessary to print, save and share images from a digital camera. The IR-500 makes this endeavor as easy as connecting the camera and cradle directly to an Olympus printer or hard drive. By selecting images for printing and saving without requiring a computer - essential for other imaging systems - Olympus has removed several steps in the process.


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