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Olympus µ[MJU:] 9000

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      30.06.2009 20:25
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      high zoom and megapixels if you can afford it!

      At 12 megapixels and 10x zoom the Olympus mju 9000 leads the compact camera market as far as picture quality is concerned. Personally my pictures always suffer with compact cameras due to excessive camera shake but the 'Dual Image Stabilisation' on the Olympus mju 9000 is very effective and provides clear image even for my very shaky hands! Most of the rear of the camera is taken up by the 2.7 inch LCD screen, though the camera lacks an optical viewfinder which may be a downside to some more serious photographers as it is harder to keep the camera steady at the highest zoom. Personally I found the 'Dual Image Stabilisation' more than capable of counteracting the imbalance. With 45MB internal memory the camera supports xD memory cards and micro-SD memory cards, this can be a downside as xD cards tend to be slower and are less commonly supported by card readers on laptops and printers. The automatic mode is great for those with less photographic experience and provides great image quality.
      Overall a great compact camera but not the best in the range when compared to the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ7 the market leader in this category. Not to be written off though as the 10x zoom is a major advantage, a great family camera but maybe not one for the more serious photographer.

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        21.06.2009 18:29

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        Get it if you can afford it.

        A solid camera. Reliable and the 12.0 mega pixels are greater than many SLRs. Therefore, tit is a professional experience to print off your pictures. However, since 12.0 mega pixels is a lot, it knocks the price up when you only realistically need 8 or 10 mega pixels if you are interested in doing pro work. The zoom is excellent and the OS has a high quality feel without being complicated. The best way to describe it is a mac. It is expensive, has features you don't need but is the best out there and everyone knows it. One thing I would pick at is that Olympus has only launched commercial rather than professional cameras recently and so you have to worry about the long term impact. It really doesn't affect the few months I have had it. It looks good, the flash lights without shadow and the video has a high enough fps. An excellent camera.

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    • Product Details

      Life is great - and with the Olympus µ-9000 you are even closer to it, because the model combines state-of-the-art design with a powerful 10x wide optical zoom and high effective dual image stabilization to prevent blurry images. The compact camera with the stylish metal body features Face Detection and the intelligent auto mode that allows the camera to detect the five most commonly used scenes automatically. And with a large 6.9 cm/2.7" HyperCrystal III LCD, the Olympus µ-9000 offers you best-ever visibility and extra crisp preview of your motifs. In short: great zoom, great camera, great pictures.

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      Product Description: Olympus µ[MJU:] 9000 - digital camera
      Product Type: Digital camera - compact
      Memory Card Slot: xD-Picture Card
      Sensor Resolution: 12.0 Megapixel
      Lens System: 10 x zoom lens - 5 - 50 mm - f/3.2-5.9
      Focus Adjustment: Automatic
      Min Focus Distance: 50 cm
      Digital Zoom: 5 x
      Image Stabiliser: Optical
      Camera Flash: Built-in flash
      Display: LCD display - 2.7"
      Supported Battery: 1 x Olympus Li-50B Li-ion rechargeable battery ( included )
      AV Interfaces: Composite video/audio
      Microsoft Certification: Certified for Windows Vista
      Colour: Midnight black
      Dimensions (WxDxH): 9.6 cm x 3.1 cm x 6 cm
      Weight: 185 g
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