The Olympus "Camedia" C-160 is a digital compact camera, introduced by Olympus in 2004. It has a 1/2.7 inch CCD with 3.2 megapixels. The 5-element lens has a focal length of just 5mm, but coupled with the tiny sensor it provides a field of vision like a 33mm full-frame. The maximum ISO equivalent is just 150. The aperture is relatively fast and wide, however, at a maximum of f/2.8. Shutter speeds: 2-1/800s. There is a real viewfinder, which is small but usable. The LCD is a modest 1.5" version. 4 scenes modes, TTL autoexposure, various flash modes and autofocus round out the specifications.