Olympus FE-120 Reviews

Olympus FE-120 Reviews Steves Digicams has published a Olympus FE-120 review here’s an excerpt: Image quality was average for a 6-megapixel entry-level model. The majority of our sample photos were sharp and showed pleasing colour saturation. However, there was visible edge softness on several of our images, especially along the left hand side of the frame. The 3x optical zoom lens offers flexibility in composing your shots with a focal range of approx. 38 – 114mm (35mm equivalent.) As usual, it shows average amounts of barrel distortion and pincushioning at the wide angle and telephoto extremes, respectively. Sensitivity is fully automatic and ranges from 50 – 320. I found it typically used an ISO speed of 80 outdoors and 100 – 200 indoors. Noise is noticeable even at ISO 100, but you have to be viewing an image at 100% to see this and it’s very unlikely you’ll see anything in your typical 4×6-inch print…. Olympus FE-120 may not be our first pick for a consumer looking for an easy to use point-n-shoot digital camera. However it is the best “FE” series model we have tested thus far (2/2006), offering good image quality and much better shooting performance over its predecessors. With 6- megapixels, you have plenty of resolution to create high-quality 13×19-inch prints.

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