The Olympus Stylus 750 has not one, but two methods of image stabilization, giving you the most stable shots ever! Digital Image Stabilization is nice, and the 750 has it, but what's really neat is the "CCD-shift" IS, which maneuvers the image sensor itself to compensate for shakes and jitters. That's some next-level tech right there! Such methods are neccesary to make the camera's above-average 5x optical zoom worth having. The 750 also features the durable, weatherproof construction that most Olympus cameras have, making this ultracompact a nice choice for those worried about roughing up their shooter.
Olympus is a long-time camera manufacturer, but lately they've been offering innovative, compact imaging options that are well worth a look. While Olympus doesn't have a camera in every category like Nikon or Sony, their focus on the cameras they offer shows.
Olympus' main, and best, cameras are their mirrorless line. The OM-D line offers mirrorless cameras that rival professional results while their PEN options offer the most portability and affordability. Most of their mirrorless cameras have simple, retro designs that work really well. Their kit lenses are often a bit higher quality than most. The Olympus mirrorless cameras we've been able to test have shown excellent image quality and usability.
While most of Olympus' focus seems to be on their excellent mirrorless line, we haven't been disappointed with any of their compacts we've put through our tests either. The TG-3 and TG-4 are among the best waterproof compacts on the market. And when we put the super zoom SP-100 to the test, we were quite happy with the image quality and performance.
Olympus may not have a camera in each and every category, but they've really put a lot into their existing cameras, making them excellent options.
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