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Olympus Stylus 810
Olympus Stylus 810
3.7
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Olympus Stylus 810

C
We've given the 810 a grade of C.

Editor's Review

The Olympus Stylus 810 is a very attractive camera, with all-weather durability and a sizeable 8 megapixel CCD. The Stylus 810 is the pinnacle of the recent mainstream cameras released by Olympus, and the price point reflects that. The 810 will initially be retailing for almost $430, and while it is most likely worth the money, we can't help but feel that consumers might be better suited with a less expensive camera with fewer megapixels. That said, if you're looking for vibrant photos and the potential for large-scale reproductions, the Olympus 810 should be a serious consideration. If the price puts you off, the Stylus 710 is virtually identical and somewhat cheaper.

Specifications

  • 8 megapixels
  • 3x optical zoom
  • 5x digital zoom
  • autofocus and auto exposure
  • JPEG file format
  • ISO 64-1600
  • lithium ion battery
  • movie mode w/sound
  • 2.5" LCD screen
  • Release Date: Jan 30, 2006

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Olympus Stylus 810 Reviews

Olympus Stylus 810 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

  • 4.0 out of 5
not bad (Zehra — 01/17/2009)

the camera is great with various lights and the pictures turn out bright and nice but the resolution is a bit grainy..maybe im not able to set the right mode but i have tried almost everything..they r still grainy..specially without flash.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Grate Camera (Nonni — 10/27/2006)

I own Olympus Mju 800 This camera is very good.
I am very pleased with this choice.I have used the camera in outdoors as well as indoors and have had excellent results.I very much highly recommend this camera to anyone who has a hobby taking pictures as I do.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Superb Point n Shoot (Marine — 10/10/2006)

I spend a lot of time outdoors, thus i needed a durable and easy to sue camera. This camera has been in and out of airports, tree stands, canoes, Hummers, helicopters, etc, and takes superior photos. The software that comes with it is fantastic as well. What a great buy at CostCo for 270 clams....

  • 5.0 out of 5
Superior Camera (Betty Davidson — 09/13/2006)

I am very pleased with my new investment. I have used the camera in outdoors as well as indoors and have had excellent results. Friends have commented that my pictures are as good as if seen with the human eye. I have the peace of mind knowing my pictures will turn out very pleasant and enjoyable for the coming years as well as sharing with others. I am expecially pleased with the "Image Stabilization" feature which I use before I download any pictures and know that I will have very clear photos. In additon I am very pleased with the various settings for taking pictures in every circumstance. I very much highly recommend this camera to anyone who has a hobby taking pictures as I do.

  • 4.0 out of 5
Good camera (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

I own Olympus Mju 400 and having problem taking picture indoor as I cannot take decent picture further than 6 m away from the camera. Without the flash will get ghostly pictures. So I bought Mju (Stylus 810) last week and tried a lot of indoor pictures. Most of them are good. The compaint is just when I use the antishake without flash, it will automatically use the ISO 800, which is quite noisy, but still can get the picture (impossible with Mju 400. ISO 3200 is almost unusable because of its very high noise.

Macro is definitely a lot better compare to Mju 400.

Battery last longer in Mju 810 with the 2.5' LCD compare to 1.5' LCD of Mju 400.

All in all I'm quite happy with this Mju 810 especially with the same price as Mju 400.

I will take it for summer vacation in France next month and will see what it can do.

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