Olympus Stylus 800 Reviews
Product Type: Olympus digital cameras
Description:8.3 Megapixel, 3x Optical Zoom, Standard Point and Shoot, Video Capability Included, 2.5 in. LCD Panel, Built-in, xD Picture Card.
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Olympus µ[MJU:] Digital 800Excellent camera & great value for money (204 words)
by lunarc - written on 01/09/09, updated on 07/10/09 (Useful, 8 readings)
I bought this camera as I had started an online business selling products and needed to be able to take clear, professional-quality product photos. The Olympus MJU 800 did not disappoint! As an 8 mega pixel camera, the picture quality is excellent and the camera has a range of built-in pre-defined "scenes" for shooting under different conditions (examples include: landscape, portrait, night shot, sport, indoor etc.). The sport setting is particularly useful if, like me, you want to take photos of your children running and jumping in the garden! The sport setting allows you to produce clear, focused shots, even when your subject is moving. If you prefer to make ...
Olympus µ[MJU:] Digital 800Not Quick Enough (144 words)
by tiaw - written on 18/06/07 (Useful, 63 readings)
The main thing that attracted me to this camera was the pixel count. Unfortunatly, a year or more on, I am still a little disappointed. I have taken many great photographs with it, however, I feel it has taken too much effort. The shutter speed is disappointingly slow - too bad if you see something interesting flying past and want to ...
Olympus SP-350My Little thing (1678 words)
by sleevie - written on 18/07/06, updated on 18/07/06 (Very useful, 134 readings)
All this narrowed the field to a scant handful of cameras strewn willy-nilly on the counter of my local Jessops, and the winner by a short head was the Olympus SP 350. Here’s why. It’s got a sensor that packs in 8 megapixels, which should ensure high resolution, it allows for manual as well as shutter or aperture priority automatic operation, it shoots RAW or JPEG files, or indeed both together, so you can take a picture and have a readily email-able small file and a huge (nearly 10mb) RAW image to play around with in Photoshop or in the Olympus software supplied…or any other decent graphics or photography software, and it feels great, with a solid heft despite its ...