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November 4, 2000 Show:   Topic: Digital Media  Guest: Sally Clemens
Take a 3 megapixel camera, and break the $800 barrier. That's exactly what Olympus did when they released the Olympus 3000Z. This camera has the resolution of its big brother, the 3030Z, with a hefty savings. The trade off comes in other areas- the 3000Z comes with a smaller RAM buffer so it takes shorter video clips and fewer sequential pictures. It also comes with a smaller Smart Media card than the 3030Z. As with the 3030Z, the 3000Z will take multiple lenses and filters and has enough bells and whistles to make the most avid photographer happy.

Sally Clemens, the Media Representative for the Consumer Products Division of Olympus, discusses the relative merits of this product.
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