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Re: Difference between C-40 zoom [D-40 zoom] and c-4000 zoom

Stefan Patric
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zxcvar on Friday 22 August 2003 21:22 wrote:

> Greetings! What is the difference between C-40 zoom and c-4000 zoom?
> C-40 had lens of f2.8 - f4.8. At 98 mm [telephoto end] aperture was
> f4.8. What is the aperture of c-4000 at telephoto end? With thanks.

IIRC, the C-4000 is 32mm to 96mm (35mm equivalent), f2.8 max. The
f-stops don't vary as one zooms. The minimum f-stop is f11.

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