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Written on: 26/03/2009
Bought the Olympus C-5050in Singapore. Camera stop working when the surrounding temperature was -15 degrees Celsius in Beijing. Had to warm it up before able to use. (read more)
Written on: 08/07/2004 by foswald
I did several months of research in deciding to purchase a digital, 5+ MP camera. I almost decided on the Fuji S7000, but the image noise and lack of low ASA/ISO deterred me. Luckily, I found the Olympus C-5050Z. Okay, it does not look as *cool* as the S7000, but it more than makes up for it with performance. Before deciding, I spent hours comparing sample photos at various resolutions and found this model had very little noise and handles low light great, even without a flash due to... (read more)
Written on: 11/07/2003 by Big.
I have used this Olympus C5050 to shoot about 300 photos so far. Half of them where underwater. This is my first step up to the 5 mega pixel range. While I am impressed with the detail this camera can produce, I am still greatly disapointed with it. A few photos have come out spectacular but most are not due to camera flaws. I have to erase so many blurry shots. I have tried increasing the shutter speed. Tried different flash and f-stop settings and still I have gotten no significantly... (read more)
Written on: 05/04/2003 by Photoist.
Images quite good. Camera well weighted for good stable shots, despite being just a tad bulky. Use of AA batteries considered a plys especially on vacations for emergency power source. I use Ray O Vac one hour charge NiMH batteries (amazing!)The flash images seem washed out and too contrasty. I prefer to turn off the flash and use existing light. The white balance on this camera is excellent. There is always just a short delay between when a focused image is triggered and when the shot... (read more)
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