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Olympus 770 SW review at DigiCamReview
Mark Peters : May 25th 2007 - 12:39 CET
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DigiCamReview.co.ukOlympus 770 SW review at DigiCamReview : Our friend Joshua Waller from DigiCamReview has published his Olympus Mju 770SW camera review. The 7.1 Megapixel Olympus 770 SW gives users a sense of freedom never before seen in a camera of this class. Its eye-catching, metal body is waterproof to 10m, shockproof against falls from up to 1.5m, and freezeproof to -10 degrees Celsius, all without the need for an extra case. Because BrightCapture Technology increases light sensitivity for shooting and boosts contrasts on the 6.4cm HyperCrystal LCD, better photo results in low light are a reality. The technology is applied in various scene modes making it easier to frame and capture atmospheric shots with less need for the flash.
Olympus 770 SW review at DigiCamReviewOlympus Mju 770 - Shutter lag
According to Joshua Waller: "The camera shutter response seemed very quick when pre-focused, with a response time of around 0.1 seconds. Shot to shot time was average, with a delay of around 2 seconds between shots without flash. The flash recharge time was quite quick with shot to shot time roughly half a second slower than without the flash. The cameras menus seemed quick. On the High Speed continuous shooting mode (at 3mp), shot time is very quick, at roughly 4fps. On the normal continuous shooting mode, at the full 7mp resolution, shot time was slower, with flash on providing around 0.8fps, and with flash off around 1.1fps."

Olympus Mju 770SW - Ergonomics
Joshua continues: "There aren't too many buttons on the camera, which should make it simpler to master the cameras basic functions. The buttons feel okay, although some may find them small, especially the power button. The shutter release is good. The four-way controller could be labeled more clearly, however, this may have made the camera appear less stylish. The main mode button could have been labeled better, perhaps using a different colour to show that it's one of the more important buttons."

Olympus 770 SW camera - Colour and Contrast
"Image quality was generally good, with good colour, contrast, and detail, although images were slightly soft, and some flash photos indoors had less saturation than I would have liked to see (this can be increased by using some of the scene modes, or by moving closer to the subject). Images had generally low noise, at most ISO settings up to ISO200. Some images were slightly soft straight from the camera and could benefit from sharpening. Purple fringing was quite low. Red-eye was visible in some photos with flash, this can be fixed using the built in red-eye reduction in playback mode, or by using the red-eye reduction flash.", concludes Joshua. You want to learn more about the Olympus digital camera? Continue to read the Olympus 770 SW review at DigiCamReview!

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