Mike Pasini and Dave Etchells have posted a review on Olympus Stylus 600, a digital camera with a 6.0 MP CCD sensor, 3x optical zoom, 2.5″ LCD and all-weather body design.
Here’s the conclusion: “As the latest in that company’s “Stylus” line of compact digital cameras, the 6-Mp, 3x-zoom Olympus Stylus 600 Digital is to my mind one of the best Stylus Digital models to date. Its body design is trim and compact, with a button-based interface simpler than that found on earlier models. It offers the same water resistance that makes the rest of the Stylus line so practical for go-anywhere photography, and sports a big, beautiful 2.5-inch LCD monitor to view your photos on. While the LCD on the Stylus 600 does much better than average in bright sunlight, and offers a wider than average viewing angle, I do wish that Olympus had kept an optical viewfinder for low light shooting. That quibble aside, the Olympus Stylus 600 is a very capable, highly portable point & shoot camera, with good image quality, a better than average lens, and a unique help system that won’t leave you stranded. Its point & shoot simplicity and 24 preset Scene modes make it easy for even novice users to bring home great-looking photos. “
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