Olympus FE-100 Reviews
Product Type: Olympus digital cameras
Description:Model ID 003418 / Olympus FE-100 - Digital camera - 4.0 Mpix - optical zoom: 2.8 x - supported memory: xD-Picture Card, xD Type H, xD Type M / A one-touch design, Built-in Help Guide, and an easy to use shooting mode dial will make you feel like you've been taking fantastic ... more
Newest Review: ... which is surprising to be honest because it looks so big and clumsy it's actually lighter than it looks. Personally, I find ... more
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Customer Olympus FE-100 Reviews (4)
by - written on 03/05/12 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Well, as promised, here is the second camera review from me in a week! Apologies for any repetition, but I must explain to anyone who thinks I'm making stuff up that I currently own two cameras, and this one is my back-up camera which wasn't high enough quality to keep for holidays but is good enough for things like nights out where you're not too bothered if it gets scratched or lost. I received this camera many years ago, it was actually a Christmas present from an ex-boyfriend. At the time, I didn't own a digital camera so I thought it was amazing, but as with all things technical, it soon began to look really dated and poor quality. At the time I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/09 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I previously owned a big Panasonic brick digital camera and when that gave up I got this camera. I was given it as a present, so it was great value for money, but I think at the time it cost £100. I have had it for a couple of years so I am sure there are many more modern and smaller cameras - and to be honest I might end up ditching this one to get one of thise smaller, better cameras! There is not a huge amount wrong with this camera. It takes good photos in every kind of weather and the quality of print is definitely sufficient for the kind of photos I want, which are just normal every day ones, nothing professional! However, there are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/08 (Useful, 19 readings)
This is a great little camera definitely one of the best models in its price range. From the front it is a great looking camera but on the back it is quite busy, all the buttons are needed. The part i dont like is that it uses a sort of cog to change the mode this is quite difficult to use as sometimes it doesn't move and then when you put a bit of welly into getting it to go round it goes to far and on to the wrong setting. The screen is quite small but yet again it is a small camera so it does fit in quite hard to see the picture you have taken. When you plug the camera into your pc and blow them up though it is very good picture quality also when you have blown ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/07 (Somewhat useful, 51 readings)
This camera is quite okay for normal use. The main problem with it is that you need to press and hold the button for a few seconds before it takes the picture. Thus a) one's hand often shakes and the picture is out of focus b) the subject moves (especially if it's a wriggly baby, as in my case!) The good thing about it is that it comes with an adaptor like a thumb drive making transferring pictures to a computer an absolute breeze. No need to fiddle with cables and ... Read the complete review
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