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Olympus Stylus 7000
A light weight portable camera that packs a serious punch, The Olympus Stylus 7000 comes with a range of features and options that make it a great buy. 12-megapixel resolution and 7x optical dual image-stabilized zoom allows for photos that don't lose any of their sharpness or color when printed. Face Detection with Shadow Adjustment Technology ensures that your subjects will never come out blurry or out of focus. A 3.0-inch HyperCrystal II LCD screen makes taking a reviewing photos a cinch. Additionally, the camera comes with an HDMI port for convenient hook up to your HDTV.
- 12-megapixel resolution
- 7x optical dual image-stabilized zoom
- Sensor-Shift Image Stabilization
- 3.0-inch HyperCrystal II LCD screen
- Face Detection with Shadow Adjustment Technology
- HDMI compatible for easy hook-up to your HDTV
- Uses xD Picture Cards and microSD memory cards (not included)
- Part Number: 226690
- UPC: 050332167513
- Release Date: Jan 12, 2009
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Olympus Stylus 7000 Reviews
Olympus Stylus 7000 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users
- 3.0 out of 5
We needed a camera that is easy to use and carry while on vacation. The Good. I chose the Olympus 7000 because the features and its size. Very compact and slim, it's user friendly and fun to use. The 7x zoom features is nice, it allows you to take clearer image when zoom in. If you plan on taking close-up on landscape stay with 7x lens or above. 3x is not good enough. The 12 megapixel comes as good as it gets for this range of cameras, it will never come close to those SLR cameras, but are better on the wallet. The camera features a 3'' screen which is a nice features, it present pictures in clarity, this is what all camera should be. The Bad. This camera takes good pictures but bad videos.I don't know if other users are experiencing the same issue. For some reason, the video mode has a slight distortion similar that to a 3D movies without a pair of glasses. Sometime, you'll also get that on the pictures mode too. I'm not thrill with the software for this camera. It once froze on me on Windows Vista when I was working on some of my downloaded pictures. I'm on the process of sending this unit back to Olympus for service and hope they will remedy this problem or replace for a new one. With few issues as mentioned I'm given this camera a 3.5 star. I do recommend it, but would look into canon or sony brand.