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“The Olympus C-60 digital camera is quite bulky...”

Written on: 09/10/2005 by meredityman (2 reviews written)

Good Points
Easy to use. Tough.

Bad Points
Disappointing A/V output. Clumsy software.

General Comments
The Olympus C-60 digital camera is quite bulky compared to others on the market, but it is also tough which compensates for this. The menus are reasonably easy to navigate with only a few annoying quirks. Where the camera really comes into its own, is on the range of functions. The camera can take macros, panoramas, film and record sound. The contrast, exposure, shutter speed and sharpness are all fully adjustable, but these are usually set automatically to optimise the picture. On top of this there are a vast range of specialist functions that I don't pretend to understand. The zoom is not great, but is perfectly satisfactory for everything I have used it for. All in all this hardy, ubiquitous machine is a great buy as a first digital camera, or for everything from holiday snaps to art photography.

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