Olympus µ[MJU:] Mini Digital Reviews
Product Type: Olympus digital cameras
Description:Model ID 149779 / Olympus µ[MJU:] mini DIGITAL - Digital camera - 4.0 Mpix - optical zoom: 2 x - supported memory: xD-Picture Card, xD Type H, xD Type M - cosmic black / Good things come in small packages. The four million pixel µ-mini DIGITAL is compact enough to slip into ... more
Olympus µ[MJU:] Mini Digital ... your pocket while making a huge impact. Keep it with you always - from the lakeside daytrip to an evening lounging with friends at the local bar - and enjoy the envious glances you will attract. Six striking color variations mean that the camera is as individual as you are. The uniquely super-smooth and streamlined contours of this metal-bodied camera, together with the retracting lens cover, make it great to look at and to touch!
The µ-mini DIGITAL encapsulates functional purpose just as much as sculptural beauty. 13 scene programs for a range of shooting situations and the high-quality zoom lens ensure that images are at their best, while an assortment of editing functions including fish-eye and soft focus let you add special touches to your shots on the camera. The large 1.8 inch high-contrast LCD delivers astoundingly bright, vivid colors and extremely wide viewing angles, so showing off your pictures is easy to do.
The µ-mini DIGITAL's fresh, revolutionary shape is all about attitude. Each compact metal body is seamlessly crafted from a single sheet of metal using a special process to create its slick smooth and flat design. Without protrusions, the camera slides effortlessly into your pocket. Its shielding lens barrier automatically glides into the body on start-up.
The µ-mini DIGITAL's weather-proof construction means that it is always protected even during sudden rain showers. Snowboarders, snorkellers and surfers alike will also enjoy the optional protection case that is waterproof to three meters.
The camera's advanced technology is just as impressive as its innovative appearance. A newly developed zoom lens incorporates three aspherical lens elements for an uncompromising balance of compact lens size and high-resolution performance. The new wide-angle LCD screen offers three times higher contrast than conventional displays. It dramatically enhances the quality of on-screen images with sharper definition and brighter colors, making the viewing of photos with friends even more fun.
The combination of the µ-mini DIGITAL's ultra-compact form and unique visual signature gives this tiny camera great impact, that speaks volumes about the taste and poise of its owner.
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Customer Olympus µ[MJU:] Mini Digital Reviews (12)
by - written on 22/10/07 (Very useful, 89 readings)
The Olympus 4.0 megapixel Mini mju digital camera is something to admire. I've have previously owned two other digital cameras and neither of them were quite as impressive. The graphics were terrible, the memory was disappointing and they didn't look to stylish either. So how does it look? =============== The mini mju is small, sleek (95 x 55.5 x 27.5mm) and available in a selection of colours, these are: Jewellery Silver Pure White Cosmic Black Crystal Blue Velvet Red Copper Orange I own the Jewellery Silver mini mju. Not only does the camera look good and feel good, it's also easy to use and only ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/06 (Very useful, 164 readings)
I was given this camera, second hand, as a birthday present and I've been happy with it. It has a few faults, but then what camera doesn't? I'm not a great photographer. I take pictures of my friends at parties and events or different places when I go somewhere new. I imagine my style of photography is very similar to a large number of people; you point the camera, press a button and expect to get a decent photo out of it. I'd had my previous camera ages and it was also second hand. That was one of the early digital cameras. While the Olympus mju Mini has its drawbacks, I still prefer to use it than the old one. ~~~ Appearance ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I have had my little Olympus Mju mini for 5 years now and I have to say it is an excellent little point and shoot digital camera. My husband bought it for me as a present way back in 2006 and to date, it is my one and only digital camera (I probably seem like an utter dinosaur now!). As far as I can remember, it cost approx Ł150 for the camera and we purchased it from our local Jessops store. We also purchased a spare battery, a leather case and a 128mb XD card to replace the rather paltry 16mb manufacturer supplied XD card. I have since gone on to purchase further XD cards as I have been known to go a bit mad taking pictures when I get started (I once took ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/10 (Very useful, 55 readings)
The Olympus mju mini camera has to be one of the best camera I have ever owned. I have had it for years now and it may be a little behind the times when it comes to features and mega pixels but it could still beat some other new cameras that are on the market. First of all the mju mini is in my opinion the best looking camera that has ever been available. I got it out today to have a look at it before writing this review and it still looks ultra modern and the design is better than any other camera that is out in the shops at the minute. This is one stylish little camera. I have the silver one and there is no coloured plastic to be found here as the mju ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/06, updated on 14/03/06 (Very useful, 466 readings)
With the travelling that I do these days I would not be without my trusty camera to record the events of everyday moments in time. To keep a record of all those colourful images that the minds album, even through my ageing eyes, stores up but lets them slowly fade away over time. Ugly, cumbersome, heavy, large and quite fragile are just some of the words I would use to describe cameras in general use at one time in the past but not anymore, they have come a long way forward since then. The new µ [mju:]-mini Digital S from Olympus is the one that I will review at this time, I bought it for the wife but I'm the one that uses it most of the time. Firstly I will give you a .. Read the complete review
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