Olympus Stylus 770-SW Reviews

Photoxels has a review of the Olympus Stylus 770-SW and writes, “I love the extra large 2.5-in. LCD and the “Bright Capture Technology” are impressive, making it possible to see clearly even in very low levels of ambient light. Anti-glare technology uses natural light to brighten the LCD. … Just like the Stylus 720-SW — and improving on it — the Olympus Stylus 770-SW is well designed and well-built, and the “SW” designation means that you do not have to worry about damaging it either from a fall or from the elements. More importantly, it gives great results and should find a home in the pocket of anyone who requires a camera “tough enough to take anywhere.” This is definitely the camera for hiking, boating and travelling.”

Steve’s Digicams has a review of the Olympus Stylus 770-SW and writes, “Image quality was quite good for a 7-megapixel consumer model. For outdoors, the captured images were well exposed, with good colour saturation. With its TTL autofocus system and 3x optical zoom lens, the 770 produced sharp, clear photos with little edge softness. … The Stylus 770-SW is a good digicam for the active user needing a weather resistant/water proof camera, while Olympus claims it is also “Shock Proof” up to 5 feet, we opted not to test this feature. The 770’s 7-megapixel SHQ images have plenty of resolution to create high-quality prints up to 13×19 inches or larger, however we had some issues with the poor position of the lens and the below average results of its VGA movie mode. With an MSRP of $379.99, it offers a good value for a 7-megapixel underwater capable digicam.”

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