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Epson-photopc-3000-zoom.1024214
3.1 out of 10

Epson PhotoPC 3000 Zoom

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Expert Review

Dc Resource
16 July 2000
  • Excerpt: To my surprise, the review of this camera has been one of the most eagerly awaited reviews this year. Epson's good track record with earlier PhotoPC models, and a PCWorld review (which placed the 3000Z ahead of the Olympus C-3030Z and the Canon PowerShot S20) probably helped.
  • Pros: Great photo quality, Well designed and easy to use, Good manual and accessories included with camera, Manual controls, mostly, Uncompressed TIFF mode, Hot shoe for external flash, Movie mode with sound
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Overall 10
10

Epson PhotoPC 3000Z

PC Magazine
5 July 2000
  • Excerpt: The Epson PhotoPC 3000Z is big and boxy, but it's also easy to use and jam-packed with just about every feature you could want. And in most situations, it delivers excellent images. The PhotoPC handles like a conventional camera, with a substantial right-hand grip and an auxiliary flash hot shoe. Audible sounds indicate menu changes and that a picture has been taken. Similarly, the mode-selection dial clicks into place, and the well-labeled buttons are easy to push.
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Overall 10
10

Epson PhotoPC 3000Z

PC Magazine
5 July 2000
  • Excerpt: The Epson PhotoPC 3000Z is big and boxy, but it's also easy to use and jam-packed with just about every feature you could want. And in most situations, it delivers excellent images. The PhotoPC handles like a conventional camera, with a substantial right-hand grip and an auxiliary flash hot shoe. Audible sounds indicate menu changes and that a picture has been taken. Similarly, the mode-selection dial clicks into place, and the well-labeled buttons are easy to push.
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Epson PhotoPC 3000Z

digitalkamera.de
23 June 2000
  • Excerpt: Während Epson sich mit seiner 2,1-Megapixel-Zoom-Kamera PhotoPC 850Z viel Zeit ließ und recht spät auf den Markt kam, fällt die Verzögerung beim Anschluß an die 3,3-Megapixel-Klasse mit der PhotoPC 3000Z wesentlich geringer aus. Wiederum glänzt Epson mit einem interessanten Preis und einer kompletten Serienausstattung. Ob die inneren Werte halten, was der Hersteller verspricht, untersuchen wir in unserem Praxis-Test.
  • Pros: Bild-Zwischenspeicher, Anzeige von Blende und Belichtungszeit, leiser Zoom
  • Cons: umständliche Bedienung, langsames Speichern
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