Olympus SP-570 UZ 10 Megapixel Bridge Camera - Black

2.7" LCD - 16:9 - 20x Optical Zoom - 5x - Optical IS - 3648 x 2736 Image - 640 x 480 Video - PictBridge - MPN: 226355
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Body of an ultra-zoom. Soul of an SLR. With superior optics, power and portability, the SP-570 UZ provides a wealth of creative control without the expense of an SLR. Whether you're looking for 20x optical zoom or 13.5fps sequential shooting, this all-in-one, versatile, compact camera is great for outdoor, travel and sports photography.
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Product Title Olympus SP-570 UZ 10 Megapixel Bridge Camera - Black
Manufacturer Olympus
Lowest Price $349.95 from Amazon Marketplace
Power Score 4.2 | 14 Reviews
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Olympus SP-570 UZ Review
3 Star Review  Imaging Resource - Oct 2, 2008

The SP-570 is the best-looking long zoom digital camera Olympus has produced, finally available in a black body that's compact, yet easily handled. The Olympus SP-570 UZ's 2.7-inch LCD screen is complemented by a decent electronic viewfinder, and the pop-up flash actually does quite well despite the long zoom. The Olympus SP-570 UZ even includes a hot shoe, and support for the company's wireless flash system. And did I mention the Olympus SP-570 UZ's 20x zoom that jumps in front of the 18x zooms that previously led the pack? It even harks back to extremely popular Olympus C-series digital cameras with a beautiful, solid build. So what could possibly be wrong with the Olympus SP-570 Ultra Zoom? Click below to find out.

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Olympus SP-570 UZ
4 Star Review  letsgodigital.org - Aug 25, 2008

The Olympus SP-570 UZ is a mature digital Megazoom camera with many setting possibilities. The camera has all-round features and will certainly also appeal to the more enhanced photographer. The concept is well thought-out and is supported by the experiences of several camera generations.

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Olympus SP-570 UZ Review
4 Star Review  photographyblog.com - Jun 9, 2008

The Olympus SP-570 UZ has the longest optical zoom lens of any camera on the market, an amazing 20x model equivalent to 26-520mm. That’s slightly longer than competing models from Panasonic and Fujifilm, and the equivalent of carrying around at least 3 DSLR lenses, yet still weighing less than 500g. As you’d expect the SP-570UZ offers image stabilisation to help ensure sharp photos at those massive focal lengths, and there’s also an extensive ISO range of 64-6400. Other key features of the SP570 UZ include a 10 megapixel sensor, 2.7 inch LCD screen, macro mode of 1cm and full range of creative exposure modes (P/A/S/M). Priced at around £275 / $400, is the new Olympus SP-570 UZ the best superzoom camera and a viable alternative to a DSLR? Read our review to find out…

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Olympus SP-570 UZ
3 Star Review  cnet.com - Aug 22, 2008

THE GOOD: Lots of helpful and useful features. THE BAD: Slow; big; manual zoom ring on lens not responsive enough; cant zoom in movie capture. THE BOTTOM LINE: Poor performance diminishes the Olympus SP-570 UZs potential as an otherwise solid megazoom.

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Olympus SP-570 UZ
4 Star Review  TopTenREVIEWS.com - Mar 30, 2009

Olympus SP-570 UZ receives an overall TopTenREVIEWS score of 3.33 out of 4.00. It is ranked the #24 standard digital camera of all time. The overall rating represents an intelligent balance of features, value as a function of price to features, and a summary of reviews from a variety of sources. The TopTen REVIEWS' formula gives a picture of important consumer features, market value, and a product's acceptance and track record as it relates to similar products.

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Best Digital Compact Camera for Wildlife, Sports and Action Photography
4 Star Review  bestcovery.com - Dec 3, 2008

Bestcovery experts have rated the Olympus SP-570 UZ Black Digital Camera as the #4 Best Digital Compact Camera for Wildlife, Sports and Action Photography. This product has also been ranked as the Best Ultra Zoom Digital Camera. Bestcovery's experts recommend the best products and services for a particular need based on extensive research and evaluations. Click below to see Bestcovery's full review of this product.

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Olympus SP-570 Ultra Zoom
3.5 Star Review  testseek.com - Oct 7, 2008

TestSeek.com has collected 51 expert reviews for Olympus SP-570 Ultra Zoom and the average expert rating is 72 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use TestSeek.com to find all ratings, product awards and conclusions.

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Best 5x Zoom Olympus Digital Camera
3 Star Review  reviewgist.com - Dec 20, 2009

Image is Good according to 12 Digital Camera experts. -- "very good picture quality"-reghardware.co.uk -- "Olympus enhanced TruePic III Image Processor produces crystal clear photos"-imaging-resource.com -- "photos are relatively free of noise and noise-processing related artifacts until about ISO 200"-reviews.cnet.com Read more to find expert opinions on more features like Video, Optics, Interface, Battery, etc.

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User Reviews
Wow! What a camera for the price.
5 Star Review     

Strengths: The action shots, zoom, and macro modes are phenomenal.

Weakness: OK, it's not a fancy Digital SLR with loads of lenses, etc., but that's not what I wanted.

I've had an Olympus Camedia C4040 that took great shots but was 7 years old and didn't have the zoom/speed I was looking for. Also had a Panasonic Lumix for easy carrying. It took great pictures, but when my son took it to Australia it didn't come back in working condition (his fault, not the camera's). Before replacing, I wanted something with a viewfinder. No matter how good the screen, taking pictures in the sun is a challenge for me. It might just be me, but I like a viewfinder for those sunny days. Also, got a Border Collie who runs like the wind and wanted to be able to capture some action shots. There are probably technical "frames per second" descriptions for what this camera does, but for a layman who just wants to take great shots out of the box, this camera basically takes a video clip and breaks it down into individual pictures, a frame at a time. And the clarity and detail in EACH shot is as good as the last. I am extremely satisfied with this camera. I have fantastic shots without a $1,000+ investment.

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Camera has it all....almost. You don't need more!
5 Star Review     

Strengths: 20X Zoom is not to be denied. The wide end of the range is also very fine and free of distortion common to wide angle lenses. The 570 has more features than most camera buffs will ever use.

Weakness: I miss the ability to add filters to the lens. I usually use a polarizing filter on outdoor shoots. Not with this unit though. Lastly, thyere are better choices than AA batteries for a camera.

I have been an active camera enthusiast and user for over 60 years. I love photography and its many possibilities. It has never been greater and more available to people than now. This camera (Olympus SP-570 UZ) is everything rapped into one package. No need to lug a bunch of lenses around, 26-520mm is all there in one. Image stablization takes care of the need for a tripod in 90% of the time. Forget the tripod for out in the field use! IS does it all. Lastly, get good, re-chargable batteries (2 0r 3 sets of 4). To the fine folks at Olympus: Get a usable, attachable filter system for this Gem, and you can claim to produce the PERFECT camera at this price, or double.

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Pricey, but incredible!
5 Star Review   By member JustPlainDon - Jul 13, 2008   

Strengths: Telephoto & supermacro!!!! Incredible!

Weakness: Not difficult to operate; a little bit of a learning curve. A little on the expensive side, but nothing else in this price range has the 20x (optical) telephoto. Not recognized by 64-bit Vista OS.

I've never used a digital camera with this many features (film camera, yes; digital, no). To be honest, I could use the camera right out of the box to take regular pics from wide angle to telephoto. Getting around the features were not difficult, First thing was to check out the telephoto and the macro. One word, AMAZING! With the macro you can shoot as close as around 1/2 inch (but it better be very bright). The telephoto truly is sharp and comparable to a 500 mm lens in 35 mm photography. I printed out a 3648 x 2736 image using a 42" HP printer at work and I was amazed. Final size was 56" x 42". The detail was not to be believed. Very crisp image and good detail. While I have not done any tests to determine how accurate color is, so far all colors have been true by just casually "eyeballing" it. Not too warm, not too blue, everything seemed about right. I did notice that if you leave the camera hooked up to your PC (you connect with the camera turned off), it will continue to use battery power. After 24 hours (not sure when it died), the batteries were drained. Buy some good Ni-MH recharagables (2 sets of 4 to be prepared). The camera was recognized by PCs with WinXP & 32-bit Vista. 64-bit Vista did not recognize the camera which somewhat surprised me. I'm very pleased with my camera so far.

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Great Camera - Great Pictures
5 Star Review   By member Luther393 - May 4, 2008   

Strengths: 20X Zoom is unbelievable, 10MP, User-Friendly Menu, Large LCD screen, TTL Hot-shoe, 10-picture Panorama function

Weakness: No way to "permanently" mount a protective (UV, Sky) lens filter. Flash seems a bit weak. Small(ish) size is actually a bit more difficult to hold than a SLR sized camera..

I bought this to replace a seven year-old C-2100UZ that is still working great. I figured if I got this kind of usage from Olympus then I'd stay with them for the new camera. I looked at the SP-560 and the SP-570 and decided to go the SP-570 route. The camera menu stayed much the same as the C-2100, so the learning curve was fairly low. They did put the Panorama function in the first level so it's easier to find. It's not something I had used frequently, so when I wanted it I had to search around to find it. The 20X zoom is phenomenal... I took a picture zoomed all the way out (equivalent to 26mm) and took the same picture zoomed all the way in (equivalent to 520mm) and was impressed with how "close" I could get w/o moving. The macro mode is superb. I found that if you can get light to an object you can photograph it - I mean a cm away and bring it into sharp focus. Great for detail shots of small items. The lens filter issue has me stumped. You'd figure that a camera such as this would allow filters directly on the lens barrel. The SP-570 has NO threads at the end of the lens. (You can get the tubes but that brings up other issues.) The SP-550 and SP-560 both do, and there are step-up adapters out there for "permanently" mounting filters. Just a note; most digital cameras at this level that have a lens barrel that extends out won't have a way to do this either. I looked at the Olympus external flashes and they seem expensive for my infrequent use. That said, I'll probably go with the FL-36R as I know it works automatically with the camera settings and was just a few bucks more than the FL-36. Their identical, but the FL-36R has the wireless remote capability. Nice if using a camera bracket. In spite of these few inconveniences, I love this camera.

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3 Star Review     

Strengths: lots of features, light and easy to handle

Weakness: grainy pics... hard manual focus

if you are a beginner i dont recommend this or maybe i am just really stupid but i have used several digital cameras before and they have all worked pretty well for me. with this one, i just can't seem to take a decent picture. either it doesn't focus, or it does but the picture still isn't crispy clear. when there's no natural light, the pictures are WAY grainy...I haven't figured out how to fix that yet, idk if you can. and the manual focus, I have no idea how to work it. the instructional manual isn't very clear on it either, and the instructions it does give, I have tried and the camera says "Not Available In These Settings" I have been getting that for quite a lot of things that I have tried it seems! alsooo if you want to use the Panoramic feature make sure you buy an Olympus memory card, because I bought a Fujifilm one and the feature is unavailable to me... stupid, I know. But anyways, it is only my third day with the camera... and I'm sure I will get better at using it. Pictures in the sunlight/bright indoor light are nice most of the time... when it is on Auto flash and doesn't flash because it is very bright, the pictures are not as clear. Maybe I just don't hold it still enough, idk. But there are so many options and features I'm sure anyone can make it work for them.

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WOW !!
5 Star Review   By member Happy camera.. - Apr 9, 2008   

Strengths: This is one great camera even after having it for only 2 days.It is capable of so much but yet very easy to use in the auto mode.Takes fantasic photos and is user friendly.

Weakness: nothing found as of yet

This camera is allot more than I had expected and I am very pleased with this purchase. It seems a bit complicated at first but I played with it for an hour and then sat down with the manual and worked my way around all of its many features. To many to list here and it is fairly simple to use,just take a few hours with the manual and that should do it. Allot of camera for the money I feel.Takes movies with sound and even has a sound feature that can be used for 4 seconds with still photos.Takes AA batteries which is a plus and is energy efficient so far.You can be very creative or just point and shoot and will get great results either way.

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Body of an ultra-zoom. Soul of an SLR. With superior optics, power and portability, the SP-570 UZ provides a wealth of creative control without the expense of an SLR. Whether you're looking for 20x optical zoom or 13.5fps sequential shooting, this all-in-one, versatile, compact camera is great for outdoor, travel and sports photography.
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Product Title Olympus SP-570 UZ 10 Megapixel Bridge Camera - Black
Manufacturer Olympus
Lowest Price $349.95 from Amazon Marketplace
Power Score 4.2 | 14 Reviews
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Parent Product Type: Digital Camera
Parent Retsku: B0011E67VA
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Expert Reviews
Olympus SP-570 UZ Review
3 Star Review  Imaging Resource - Oct 2, 2008

The SP-570 is the best-looking long zoom digital camera Olympus has produced, finally available in a black body that's compact, yet easily handled. The Olympus SP-570 UZ's 2.7-inch LCD screen is complemented by a decent electronic viewfinder, and the pop-up flash actually does quite well despite the long zoom. The Olympus SP-570 UZ even includes a hot shoe, and support for the company's wireless flash system. And did I mention the Olympus SP-570 UZ's 20x zoom that jumps in front of the 18x zooms that previously led the pack? It even harks back to extremely popular Olympus C-series digital cameras with a beautiful, solid build. So what could possibly be wrong with the Olympus SP-570 Ultra Zoom? Click below to find out.

Read the full review »

Olympus SP-570 UZ
4 Star Review  letsgodigital.org - Aug 25, 2008

The Olympus SP-570 UZ is a mature digital Megazoom camera with many setting possibilities. The camera has all-round features and will certainly also appeal to the more enhanced photographer. The concept is well thought-out and is supported by the experiences of several camera generations.

Read the full review »

Olympus SP-570 UZ Review
4 Star Review  photographyblog.com - Jun 9, 2008

The Olympus SP-570 UZ has the longest optical zoom lens of any camera on the market, an amazing 20x model equivalent to 26-520mm. That’s slightly longer than competing models from Panasonic and Fujifilm, and the equivalent of carrying around at least 3 DSLR lenses, yet still weighing less than 500g. As you’d expect the SP-570UZ offers image stabilisation to help ensure sharp photos at those massive focal lengths, and there’s also an extensive ISO range of 64-6400. Other key features of the SP570 UZ include a 10 megapixel sensor, 2.7 inch LCD screen, macro mode of 1cm and full range of creative exposure modes (P/A/S/M). Priced at around £275 / $400, is the new Olympus SP-570 UZ the best superzoom camera and a viable alternative to a DSLR? Read our review to find out…

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Olympus SP-570 UZ
3 Star Review  cnet.com - Aug 22, 2008

THE GOOD: Lots of helpful and useful features. THE BAD: Slow; big; manual zoom ring on lens not responsive enough; cant zoom in movie capture. THE BOTTOM LINE: Poor performance diminishes the Olympus SP-570 UZs potential as an otherwise solid megazoom.

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Olympus SP-570 UZ
4 Star Review  TopTenREVIEWS.com - Mar 30, 2009

Olympus SP-570 UZ receives an overall TopTenREVIEWS score of 3.33 out of 4.00. It is ranked the #24 standard digital camera of all time. The overall rating represents an intelligent balance of features, value as a function of price to features, and a summary of reviews from a variety of sources. The TopTen REVIEWS' formula gives a picture of important consumer features, market value, and a product's acceptance and track record as it relates to similar products.

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Best Digital Compact Camera for Wildlife, Sports and Action Photography
4 Star Review  bestcovery.com - Dec 3, 2008

Bestcovery experts have rated the Olympus SP-570 UZ Black Digital Camera as the #4 Best Digital Compact Camera for Wildlife, Sports and Action Photography. This product has also been ranked as the Best Ultra Zoom Digital Camera. Bestcovery's experts recommend the best products and services for a particular need based on extensive research and evaluations. Click below to see Bestcovery's full review of this product.

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Olympus SP-570 Ultra Zoom
3.5 Star Review  testseek.com - Oct 7, 2008

TestSeek.com has collected 51 expert reviews for Olympus SP-570 Ultra Zoom and the average expert rating is 72 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use TestSeek.com to find all ratings, product awards and conclusions.

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Best 5x Zoom Olympus Digital Camera
3 Star Review  reviewgist.com - Dec 20, 2009

Image is Good according to 12 Digital Camera experts. -- "very good picture quality"-reghardware.co.uk -- "Olympus enhanced TruePic III Image Processor produces crystal clear photos"-imaging-resource.com -- "photos are relatively free of noise and noise-processing related artifacts until about ISO 200"-reviews.cnet.com Read more to find expert opinions on more features like Video, Optics, Interface, Battery, etc.

Read the full review »

User Reviews
Wow! What a camera for the price.
5 Star Review     

Strengths: The action shots, zoom, and macro modes are phenomenal.

Weakness: OK, it's not a fancy Digital SLR with loads of lenses, etc., but that's not what I wanted.

I've had an Olympus Camedia C4040 that took great shots but was 7 years old and didn't have the zoom/speed I was looking for. Also had a Panasonic Lumix for easy carrying. It took great pictures, but when my son took it to Australia it didn't come back in working condition (his fault, not the camera's). Before replacing, I wanted something with a viewfinder. No matter how good the screen, taking pictures in the sun is a challenge for me. It might just be me, but I like a viewfinder for those sunny days. Also, got a Border Collie who runs like the wind and wanted to be able to capture some action shots. There are probably technical "frames per second" descriptions for what this camera does, but for a layman who just wants to take great shots out of the box, this camera basically takes a video clip and breaks it down into individual pictures, a frame at a time. And the clarity and detail in EACH shot is as good as the last. I am extremely satisfied with this camera. I have fantastic shots without a $1,000+ investment.

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Camera has it all....almost. You don't need more!
5 Star Review     

Strengths: 20X Zoom is not to be denied. The wide end of the range is also very fine and free of distortion common to wide angle lenses. The 570 has more features than most camera buffs will ever use.

Weakness: I miss the ability to add filters to the lens. I usually use a polarizing filter on outdoor shoots. Not with this unit though. Lastly, thyere are better choices than AA batteries for a camera.

I have been an active camera enthusiast and user for over 60 years. I love photography and its many possibilities. It has never been greater and more available to people than now. This camera (Olympus SP-570 UZ) is everything rapped into one package. No need to lug a bunch of lenses around, 26-520mm is all there in one. Image stablization takes care of the need for a tripod in 90% of the time. Forget the tripod for out in the field use! IS does it all. Lastly, get good, re-chargable batteries (2 0r 3 sets of 4). To the fine folks at Olympus: Get a usable, attachable filter system for this Gem, and you can claim to produce the PERFECT camera at this price, or double.

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Pricey, but incredible!
5 Star Review   By member JustPlainDon - Jul 13, 2008   

Strengths: Telephoto & supermacro!!!! Incredible!

Weakness: Not difficult to operate; a little bit of a learning curve. A little on the expensive side, but nothing else in this price range has the 20x (optical) telephoto. Not recognized by 64-bit Vista OS.

I've never used a digital camera with this many features (film camera, yes; digital, no). To be honest, I could use the camera right out of the box to take regular pics from wide angle to telephoto. Getting around the features were not difficult, First thing was to check out the telephoto and the macro. One word, AMAZING! With the macro you can shoot as close as around 1/2 inch (but it better be very bright). The telephoto truly is sharp and comparable to a 500 mm lens in 35 mm photography. I printed out a 3648 x 2736 image using a 42" HP printer at work and I was amazed. Final size was 56" x 42". The detail was not to be believed. Very crisp image and good detail. While I have not done any tests to determine how accurate color is, so far all colors have been true by just casually "eyeballing" it. Not too warm, not too blue, everything seemed about right. I did notice that if you leave the camera hooked up to your PC (you connect with the camera turned off), it will continue to use battery power. After 24 hours (not sure when it died), the batteries were drained. Buy some good Ni-MH recharagables (2 sets of 4 to be prepared). The camera was recognized by PCs with WinXP & 32-bit Vista. 64-bit Vista did not recognize the camera which somewhat surprised me. I'm very pleased with my camera so far.

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Great Camera - Great Pictures
5 Star Review   By member Luther393 - May 4, 2008   

Strengths: 20X Zoom is unbelievable, 10MP, User-Friendly Menu, Large LCD screen, TTL Hot-shoe, 10-picture Panorama function

Weakness: No way to "permanently" mount a protective (UV, Sky) lens filter. Flash seems a bit weak. Small(ish) size is actually a bit more difficult to hold than a SLR sized camera..

I bought this to replace a seven year-old C-2100UZ that is still working great. I figured if I got this kind of usage from Olympus then I'd stay with them for the new camera. I looked at the SP-560 and the SP-570 and decided to go the SP-570 route. The camera menu stayed much the same as the C-2100, so the learning curve was fairly low. They did put the Panorama function in the first level so it's easier to find. It's not something I had used frequently, so when I wanted it I had to search around to find it. The 20X zoom is phenomenal... I took a picture zoomed all the way out (equivalent to 26mm) and took the same picture zoomed all the way in (equivalent to 520mm) and was impressed with how "close" I could get w/o moving. The macro mode is superb. I found that if you can get light to an object you can photograph it - I mean a cm away and bring it into sharp focus. Great for detail shots of small items. The lens filter issue has me stumped. You'd figure that a camera such as this would allow filters directly on the lens barrel. The SP-570 has NO threads at the end of the lens. (You can get the tubes but that brings up other issues.) The SP-550 and SP-560 both do, and there are step-up adapters out there for "permanently" mounting filters. Just a note; most digital cameras at this level that have a lens barrel that extends out won't have a way to do this either. I looked at the Olympus external flashes and they seem expensive for my infrequent use. That said, I'll probably go with the FL-36R as I know it works automatically with the camera settings and was just a few bucks more than the FL-36. Their identical, but the FL-36R has the wireless remote capability. Nice if using a camera bracket. In spite of these few inconveniences, I love this camera.

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ehh
3 Star Review     

Strengths: lots of features, light and easy to handle

Weakness: grainy pics... hard manual focus

if you are a beginner i dont recommend this or maybe i am just really stupid but i have used several digital cameras before and they have all worked pretty well for me. with this one, i just can't seem to take a decent picture. either it doesn't focus, or it does but the picture still isn't crispy clear. when there's no natural light, the pictures are WAY grainy...I haven't figured out how to fix that yet, idk if you can. and the manual focus, I have no idea how to work it. the instructional manual isn't very clear on it either, and the instructions it does give, I have tried and the camera says "Not Available In These Settings" I have been getting that for quite a lot of things that I have tried it seems! alsooo if you want to use the Panoramic feature make sure you buy an Olympus memory card, because I bought a Fujifilm one and the feature is unavailable to me... stupid, I know. But anyways, it is only my third day with the camera... and I'm sure I will get better at using it. Pictures in the sunlight/bright indoor light are nice most of the time... when it is on Auto flash and doesn't flash because it is very bright, the pictures are not as clear. Maybe I just don't hold it still enough, idk. But there are so many options and features I'm sure anyone can make it work for them.

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WOW !!
5 Star Review   By member Happy camera.. - Apr 9, 2008   

Strengths: This is one great camera even after having it for only 2 days.It is capable of so much but yet very easy to use in the auto mode.Takes fantasic photos and is user friendly.

Weakness: nothing found as of yet

This camera is allot more than I had expected and I am very pleased with this purchase. It seems a bit complicated at first but I played with it for an hour and then sat down with the manual and worked my way around all of its many features. To many to list here and it is fairly simple to use,just take a few hours with the manual and that should do it. Allot of camera for the money I feel.Takes movies with sound and even has a sound feature that can be used for 4 seconds with still photos.Takes AA batteries which is a plus and is energy efficient so far.You can be very creative or just point and shoot and will get great results either way.

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