The Olympus certainly participates technically out-of-date 1400 XLS if one looks at only the dissolution. However in contrast to most other Digitalkamerases, it is here about a mirror-reflex-camera and this to this price. Okay, it will be often to be found in the store no longer, but with prices under 500 Euro certainly participates worth she/it a consideration. This camera was not a test-winner in much test for nothing. Whether from PC-papers or also photo-newspapers, everywhere there were a No. 1 and this was these 1400 XLS just. Also today still makes this camera pictures like it only few cameras is able. As small help, here participates www the address.digitalkamera.de named. On this side, one can look at test-pictures of most cameras. One needs to be no pro in order to determine, that the naturalness of the colors participates so well successful only with few cameras, as with the 1400 XLS. Also the lightning participates the built-in lightning from the better type and whom is not enough, this camera can head also for an external lightning. The high stream-consumption participates negative, however with a sentence of Nickel-Metallhydridakkus one can do approximately 150 pictures in the middle dissolution. And now we participate honest however once, the fewest of us do pictures in the highest dissolution. Why do I then need a 3,3 mega-pixel-camera if after I because of the storage area hey only pictures with 1,4 mega-pixels does? Therefore, it looks at you quietly once somewhat near. The Olympus 1400XL Thanks for reading kami9
The C1400XL is not a cheap camera but it produces very good quality pictures. I have had mine for 2 years now and I am really pleased but mostly because I got it for £350 (the C1400L version) instead of £900. It has received many awards in reviews and that is mainly due to the picture quality. Is looks and feels like a normal SLR camera and NOT many digital cameras provides that. You even look through the lens to take the picture instead of using a viewfinder. There are 3 picture sizes (640x480 is the lowest and 1280x1024 is the highest). The flash is of very good quality which is very important when taking indoor pictures as digital pictures can look very poor without a good flash especially on a digital camera. It has red-eye reduction and measures the distance to the object. Like any other digital camera it eats batteries. The only disappointing thing is that the LCD display does not provide a picture before you take it (only afterwards). £900 is a lot but I believe it is worth it if you want high quality pictures.