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Olympus E-620


$800.00 Released May, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Excellent image quality for this price range. Highly customizable menus and settings, more so than most basic DSLRs. Integrated image stabilization (into the body, not just lenses).

The Cons:LCD screen has lower resolution and higher glare than many comparable models. Menu navigation is not very easy to navigate. Smaller viewfinder than many comparable models.

The Olympus E-620 is an entry-level digital SLR camera built for consumers looking for a mix of digital and analog camera system features. Released in May of 2009, the Olympus E-620 digital camera includes a swiveling 2.7” HyperCrystal LCD (transmissive TFT color LCD) screen, a high-performance Zuiko digital zoom lens, a 12.3 megapixel sensor, and built-in flash.

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The E-620 DSLR is powered by Olympus’ TruePic III+ Image Processor and boasts a 3200 ISO sensitivity. In addition, the E-620 digital camera features four different aspect ratios, six in-camera art filters, Multiple Exposure shooting, face tracking/focusing, and 13 Scene-Select modes including two new underwater modes. Lastly, the Olympus E-620 DSLR has dual memory slots that hold Compact Flash Type I & II, Microdrive, and xD picture cards. The Olympus E-620 retails for $799.99 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.

Features

  • DSLR
  • 2.7” LCD
  • Zuiki Lens
  • 12.3 Megapixel Sensor
  • Built-In Flash
  • TruePic III+ Image Processor
  • 3200 ISO
  • 4 Aspect Ratios
  • 6 In-Camera Art Filters
  • Dual Memory Slots
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

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Pros
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    Excellent image quality for this price range

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    Highly customizable menus and settings, more so than most basic DSLRs

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    Integrated image stabilization (into the body, not just lenses)

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    Swivel-out screen makes Live View easier and allows more versatile shots than non-swivel competitors

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    Better autofocus than many in this price range

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    Non-grainy performance at higher ISOs

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    Art Filter modes are actually fun and produce nice images, unlike many other cameras that have attempted this

Cons
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    LCD screen has lower resolution and higher glare than many comparable models

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    Menu navigation is not very easy to navigate

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    Smaller viewfinder than many comparable models

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    Steep learning curve to acclimatize to all settings adjustment

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