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Konica Corporation
March 2, 2003


Main specifications of the Konica Digital Revio KD-410Z
Type Digital still camera with zoom lens
Effective pixels 4.0 million
Recording media Internal: Internal Flash memory (approx. 2MB*1)
External: SD Memory Card; Multimedia Card; Memory Stick
Approx. recording images*2 (using 16MB SD Memory Card under normal conditions*3) Still: 2,304 x 1,704pixels (16 shots); 1,600 x 1,200pixels (33 shots); 640 x 480pixels (133 shots)
Movies with voice (30sec. max.): 320 x 240pixels (2 shots)
Image format Still: JPEG-compatible [Exif-compatible (Ver.2.2);
DCF-compatible*4]; DPOF-compatible*5 (Ver.1.1)
Sound: WAV-compatible (monaural)
Movie: AVI [Motion JPEG-compatible (15 frames/sec.)]
Imaging elements 1/1.8-inch; 2,384 x 1,734pixels (4.13-megapixel) CCD
Lens ZOOM HEXANON f2.8 (wide)-4.9 (telephoto);
F=8-24mm (equivalent to 39-117mm on 35mm film camera)
Focus adjustment CCD image AF; Center-weighted photometry; Spot photometry
Recording range Normal: 0.5m-∞ (wide); 0.8m-∞ (telephoto);
Macro: 0.06m-∞ (wide); 0.5m-∞ (telephoto)
Aperture f2.8/f4.7 (wide); f4.9/f8.2 (telephoto)
Shutter Still: 1-1/2000sec.
Movie: 1/30-1/5000sec.
Exposure control Program AE: 3EV-15.5EV (wide); 4.5EV-17EV (telephoto)
White balance Auto; Manual (daylight; cloudy; tungsten lamp; fluorescent light)
Viewfinder Optical real-image zoom viewfinder
Flash Built-in auto-adjusting flash; 5sec. flash interval;
Range: 0.5m-3.5m (Wide), 0.5m-2.0m (Tele);
Red viewfinder LED lights up when flash recharging
Start-up time Approx. 1.3sec.
Recording modes Single; Continuous Shooting (1.3sec. between frames); Red-Eye Reduction; Flash ON; Night-View Portrait; Flash OFF; Macro; Landscape; Self-Timer (10sec., 3sec.); Digital Zoom (x 2);
Movie (320 x 240pixels; up to 30sec./shot; with sound); Sepia
LCD monitor 1.5-inch; low-temperature polysilicon TFT color LCD monitor
Playback Frame-by-frame; Index; Slide show; Digital zoom playback
Delete Frame-by-frame; Selected frames; All frames; Format
LED display Self-timer LED; Viewfinder LED
Buzzer While shooting; Various warnings (front LED shuts down when buzzer OFF)
Power source Dedicated lithium-ion battery pack;
Dedicated AC adaptor kit (Optional)
Approx. battery life*6 LCD monitor OFF: 200 shots; LCD monitor ON: 100 shots; Continuous playback: 90sec.
Input/output terminals USB
Operating temperature 0°C-50°C (humidity: 20%-80%)
Dimensions (WxHxD) 94 x 56 x 29.5 mm (3.7 x 2.2 x 1.2 in.) (without protruding parts)
Weight 200g (without battery and recording media)
Standard package Dedicated lithium-ion battery pack; battery charger; power cord; USB cable; CD-ROM*7; strap; 16MB SD memory card

Above information is based on tests performed in-house by Konica.
Specifications and external appearance may be subject to change without notice.

Recording resolution: 640 x 480 pixels; Can only store still image with voice (after recording) and audio (voice memo)
Numbers of shots will vary according to subject and type of card medium.
Normal and Fine (low) compression ratios can be selected for all resolutions (except 320 x 240 pixels).
DCF is the abbreviation of "Design rule of Camera File system," a standard of Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industry Association (JEITA). DCF is a standard for facilitating use of digital camera image files between related hardware.
DPOF is the abbreviation of "Digital Print Order Format," established by Canon, Kodak, Fuji Film, and Matsushita Electric Industrial. It is a standard for recording specified information in a recording medium, including images to print and recordable images.
Based on in-house tests assuming normal temperature/humidity, 50% flash usage, 30sec. shooting interval, zoom used once per shot, and 2,304 x 1,704 pixel resolution
Includes driver software (Windows98/98SE), Quicktime (Windows), Adobe Acrobat Reader, Users' guide (PDF).

The SD logo is a registered trademark.
Memory Stick and MS mark are registered trademarks of Sony Corporation.

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