Olympus must have gotten a deal on 7.1 megapixel sensors, because the SP-320 is one of three new cameras that has them. Still, each has its own set of unique features. The biggest feature of the SP-320 has to be the price. For around $299, the average user can full automatic and manual controls and a pretty large sensor. The drawbacks? The body is somewhat bulky. It's not an ultracompact, and if you're going for control and power at the expense of size, you might be better off looking into higher end prosumer products. Frankly, it's pretty gnarly looking, with a bubbly, bumpy casing and less-than-flattering graphite-black finish.