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Olympus D-510 Zoom

alaTest has collected and analyzed 58 reviews of Olympus D-510 Zoom. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Digital Compact Cameras for all reviews. Reviewers really like the usability and portability. The price and zoom are also mentioned favorably. The contrast and battery get mixed opinions, while some have doubts about the shutter and low light performance.

image quality, zoom, price, portability, usability

performance, flash, viewfinder, low-light, shutter

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Digital Compact Cameras the Olympus D-510 Zoom is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Christy Balich (cnet.co.uk)

Olympus Camedia C-730 Ultra Zoom review

 

Olympus Camedia C-730 Ultra Zoom

Biggest optical zoom available on a 3-megapixel camera; tons of features; takes both old SmartMedia cards and new xD-Picture cards.

Unstabilized lens is susceptible to camera shake; many features buried in LCD menus.

A solidly designed, relatively compact camera whose claim to fame is a 10X zoom lens.

Feb, 2003

Expert review by : Matthew Klare (cnet.co.uk)

Olympus Camedia C-3020 Zoom review

 

Olympus Camedia C-3020 Zoom

Generous feature set and software package at an affordable price; customizable My Mode; sharp, bright LCD.

Optical viewfinder not exactly WYSIWYG; no external flash or video-out connections; doesn't record sound with video clips.

Olympus's Camedia C-3020 delivers more features than you'd expect for its affordable price.

Sep, 2002

Expert review by : Phil Ryan (cnet.com)

Olympus SP-550 Ultra Zoom review

 

Great body design; high-quality, fast, wide, 18x optical zoom lens; sensor-shift image stabilization; manual exposure controls; RAW image capture.

Very slow; high noise above ISO 400; slightly soft images.

Olympus' SP-550UZ has great ergonomics, but disappointingly slow performance and soft, noisy images drag it down.

Mar, 2007

Expert review by : Sally Wiener Grotta, Daniel Grotta (pcmag.com)

Olympus Camedia C-7000 Zoom

 

The C-7000 Zoom has enthusiast-class power squeezed into a compact size.

Perfectly exposed daylights shots with great dynamic range and color; 5X optical zoom; movable autofocus target zone; shoots in RAW, TIFF, and JPEG formats; useful panorama guides; extended exposure bracketing; in-camera slide show special effects;...

Flash shots underexposed; flimsy battery/memory card door and plastic tripod socket; no focusable diopter; no auxiliary flash capability; easy to cover sensor window with your finger.

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Dec, 2004

Editor's Choice

Expert review by : Glenn Menin (pcmag.com)

Olympus Camedia C-765 Ultra Zoom

 

While none of the superzooms scored a home run, we were most impressed with the Olympus Camedia C-765 Ultra Zoom.

Small. Easily accessible features. Crisp and clear images. Bright LCD display, even in sunlight.

Slowest boot and recycle times.

Olympus released another superzoom, the C-770, after our testing was completed. The C-770 has a more powerful flash, a hot shoe for external flashes, and MPEG-4 movie capture for an additional $100. We'll have a First Look of the C-770 shortly.

Jun, 2004

Expert review by : Glenn Menin (pcmag.com)

Olympus Camedia C-770 Ultra Zoom

 

The 4-megapixel Olympus Camedia C-770 has more features than the C-765, our Editor's Choice among superzoom models, but purchasers should be sure they need the extra capabilities, as they add complexity.

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Jun, 2004

Expert review by : Sean Carroll (pcmag.com)

Olympus Camedia C-750 Ultra Zoom

 

The 4MP C-750 produces sharp, well-exposed images with its 10X zoom lens. It's a good choice as an all-around camera for enthusiasts moving up from the entry level.

Overall the C-750 is a good choice. It's got a 4-megapixel sensor, a lens capable of taking impressively sharp pictures, and enough extras to keep just about any shutterbug content. Unresponsive zoom and speed issues may disappoint sports fans who pay...

Apr, 2004

Expert review by : Matthew Klare (cnet.com)

Olympus Camedia C-740 Ultra Zoom review

 

Olympus Camedia C-740 Ultra Zoom

Wide zoom range; solid image quality; reasonably broad set of shooting features.

Occasionally sluggish zoom response; no sound capture; nonrechargeable batteries yield the fastest performance.

A 10X zoom lens adds some kick to an otherwise average camera.

Oct, 2003

Expert review by : Lori Grunin (cnet.com)

Olympus C-750 Ultra Zoom review

 

Olympus C-750 Ultra Zoom

Wide zoom range; sharp photos; broad feature set.

Occasionally sluggish zoom response.

The 10X zoom lens adds some kick to an otherwise average 4-megapixel camera.

Oct, 2003

Expert review by : Christy Balich (cnet.com)

Olympus Camedia C-730 Ultra Zoom review

 

Olympus Camedia C-730 Ultra Zoom

Biggest optical zoom available on a 3-megapixel camera; tons of features; takes both old SmartMedia cards and new xD-Picture cards.

Unstabilized lens is susceptible to camera shake; many features buried in LCD menus.

A solidly designed, relatively compact camera whose claim to fame is a 10X zoom lens.

Feb, 2003

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