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Olympus FE-4020


$130.00 Released August, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Very compact design, fits in a shirt pocket easily. LCD is large and visible in daylight. Picture remains undistorted throughout the zoom range.

The Cons:Fair amount of lag between when the button is pressed and when the picture is taken.

The Olympus FE-4020 is a digital camera that is slim and portable and has a 4X wide-angle optical zoom (26 - 105mm equivalent) in one compact lens. The optical zoom lets you get close, while the 26mm wide-angle lens lets you capture the whole shot.

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The FE-4020 comes with AF tracking, which automatically tracks unpredictable or fast moving objects, like pets, while continuously adjusting the focus and brightness. It comes with Intelligent Auto, which automatically identifies what you are shooting, whether it be a landscape, night, portrait, sports, or macro, and adjusts the settings accordingly. It also comes with digital image stabilization, with a high ISO and fast shutter speeds for sharp and blur-free images.

Features

  • digital camera
  • slim and portable
  • 4X wide-angle optical zoom
  • 26mm wide angle-lens
  • AF tracking
  • Intelligent Auto
  • digital image stabilization
  • high ISO and fast shutter speeds
  • advanced face detection
  • creative art filters
  • 14 megapixels
  • 18MG memory
  • Li-ion rechargeable battery

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    very compact design, fits in a shirt pocket easily

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    LCD is large and visible in daylight

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    picture remains undistorted throughout the zoom range

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    pictures come out sharp, clear, and without any blurring of the subject

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    low-light pictures are fairly good, not much grain

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    auto-focus is very quick and accurate, finds the subject right away

Cons
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    fair amount of lag between when the button is pressed and when the picture is taken

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