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Olympus SP-500UZ

Check out the newer SP-600UZ model. Here's what we had to say about the SP-500UZ when it was released in August 2005:The Olympus SP-500 Ultra Zoom takes is a still camera that is keenly aware of motion. One of the more alluring features of the SP-...

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Olympus Camedia C-350 / D-560 Digital Camera

In order to achieve bold effects without sacrificing ease of use, the Camedia 350Z provides a number of digital editing functions. Shots can be changed to sepia or black and white photos, and a convenient resizing option allows reduction of the da...

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Olympus FE-4000

The Olympus FE series is known for userfriendliness, though it's also known somewhat for unreliability. The FE-4000 is a simple, straightforward camera intended for casual photographers and budget-minded consumers. It has fairly decent specificati...

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Olympus TOUGH 3000

The TOUGH 3000 is the latest "ruggedized" camera from Olympus. In the slew of cameras released for outdoorsy types last year, we thought that the TOUGH 8000 was probably the best of the bunch, so we expected good things from this newest iteration....

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Olympus E-520

The Evolt E-520 represents the cream of Olympus's entry-level digital SLR crop, putting it in direct competition with the Nikon D40X, the Canon XSi, the Sony Alpha A200, and the Pentax K200D. This market segment has become increasingly crowded in ...

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Olympus OM-D E-M5

Olympus joins the retro fad with the OM-D E-M5, an elegant micro 4/3 camera reminiscent of their film OM line. Highlights include a 16 megapixel CMOS sensor, weather sealing, 5-axis optical stabilization, a 3-inch swivel OLED touchscreen, 1080p HD...

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Olympus D-535

Built with simplicity in mind, the 3-megapixel Olympus D-535 is designed for novice digital photographers who want a capable, easy-to-use camera. With a 3x optical zoom, the Olympus 535 is great for both indoor and outdoor photography, while prese...

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Olympus VR-310

The VR-310 is Olympus' latest compact zoom, featuring genre-standard specs like 10x optical zoom, 720 video, and a 3-inch monitor. Not much more information is available, as the camera has not officially been announced for a North American release...

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Olympus SP-610UZ

The SP-610UZ is Olympus' latest budget-concious superzoom, following up the able-bodied but uninspiring SP-600UZ. The megapixel count has been upped to 14 and the zoom to 22x, but we expect the middling image quality and performance to stay roughl...

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Olympus Tough 8000

[Read our full Olympus TOUGH 8000 review] The Olympus Tough 8000 has a durable construction in a camera that is waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof, crushproof, shakeproof, and all around lifeproof, but early reviews aren't happy with image quali...

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Olympus VR-340

The VR-340 packs a large 10x zoom into a little body. It doesn't have the latest CMOS sensor or 1080p video, but for $150 you can't fault it for these omissions. The previous model, VR-320, was faulted in reviews for somewhat poor autofocus at the...

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Olympus TG-320

The TG-320 is an incremental upgrade to the TG-310. The zoom remains the same at 3.6x and the sensor is still 14 megapixels. It seems the only real improvement is the lens speed, which has increased half a stop. As with the previous iteration, the...

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Olympus SZ-31MR

Announced alongside the SZ-12, the SZ-31MR has the same body and lens range but contains a CMOS sensor rather than CCD. A bit bulkier than your pocket, the SZ-31MR fits an impressive 24x zoom in a relatively small body. For an extra $200 the SZ-31...

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Olympus SZ-12

Announced alongside the SZ-31MR, the SZ-12 has the same body and lens range but contains a CCD sensor rather than CMOS. A bit bulkier than your pocket, the SZ-12 fits an impressive 24x zoom in a body that only costs $200. We do wish it were a litt...

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Olympus SP-620UZ

A truly affordable ultra-zoom camera, the SP-620UZ actually has a shorter zoom range than its predecessor, but gains a more useful 25mm at the wide end. The rest of the specifications are adequate: 720p HD video, a 16 megapixel CCD, and a 3-inch f...

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Olympus E-410

This has since been replaced by the E-420. Here's what we had to say when the E-410 was originally released in March 2007:Olympus introduces another Live View digital SLR, putting the E-410 in a select class of professional-level cameras capable o...

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Olympus FE-47

The FE-47 is a cheap camera, that's for sure. We're not so sure how well it'll perform, if its predecessors are any indication. The FE-45 was the worst camera of 2009; the FE-46 was better, but not great. Hopefully the FE-47 is an improvement, but...

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