Stephanie Boozer and Shawn Barnett have recently posted their review on Olympus SP-350, a poin-and-shoot with full manual control digital camera featuring a 8.0 megapixel (CCD sensor), 3x optical zoom lens (equivalent to 38-114mm) and a 2.5″ LCD screen. In conclusion the write:
“Pro:Full range of exposure modes from full manual to 24 scene modes, Good skin tones, Very small macro area in Super Macro mode, Very compact size and light weight, Very simple user interface, Fun to use, Hot shoe allows use of external flash for more power and better lighting with bounce shots, Innovative Help system, Accurate LCD viewfinder, Good low light capability
Case design fits both large and small hands well, Excellent print quality, even at high ISO.
Cons: Contrast is a little high, tends to lose highlight and shadow detail under harsh lighting, slghtly warm color in Auto white balance mode, Slightly slower than average cycle times, Flash coverage a little uneven at wide angle, Saving images to card takes too long, High distortion and chromatic aberration at full wide angle, Scant internal storage, you will need a card.
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