Olympus Stylus 710 Reviews

Olympus Stylus 710 Reviews PC Mag has posted a Olympus Stylus 710 review, they gave the digital camera a rating of ‘fair’ and write: “The Olympus Stylus 710 (US$349.99 list) is a stylish, portable ultra-compact that looks snazzy, but becomes less appealing once you see its mediocre performance and picture quality. The Stylus 710 is a 7.1-megapixel camera that features a 3X optical zoom with a 6.5mm-to-19.5mm range (which is equivalent to a 35mm lens with a 37mm-111mm zoom) and corresponding maximum f-stops of f/3.4 to f/5.7.”

Steves Digicams has reviewed the Olympus Stylus 710 digital camera and write: “The Olympus Stylus 710 continues the tradition of the Stylus line by offering good image quality, great performance, and sleek design all packed in a weather resistant shell. This is one of our favourite models in this series, when you pick one up you’ll see why. It was a blast to use and I found very few problems in actual use. The image quality could be better and unfortunately it uses the incredibly slow xD memory cards that Olympus and Fujifilm designed (we hope someday they’ll switch to SD). If you’re in the market for a versatile little pocket-rocket that you can take out into the rain, look no further. With an MSRP of about $349, we feel it offers an outstanding value and should be a very popular model this year.”

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