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Dennis Hissink : June 17th 2008 - 13:10 CET

Olympus SP-570UZ review


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OlympusOlympus SP570 Ultra Zoom : In August 2005, Olympus introduced the very first camera from the new SP-5 series; the SP-500UZ camera. At the time it was a Megazoom camera that certainly featured high specifications; six Megapixels, a maximum ISO of 400 and an optical zoom with a 38-380mm range. Three years later, the fifth model of the SP-5 series lays before me; the Olympus SP-570UZ, the most recent Megazoom camera by Olympus. Looking at the specifications, we clearly see the evolution this camera model underwent. Instead of six, there's now room for ten Megapixels on the small image sensor, and the sensitivity of 6400, albeit with a limited resolution, surpasses the 'high' 400 ISO setting of that of its predecessor. > Read our full Olympus SP570 UZ review.
Olympus SP-570UZ review

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The optical zoom lens also went through a real change; now offering a 20x optical zoom, resulting in a huge focal range (26-520mm) which is a powerful magnification factor even for the enhanced photographer. The Mega zoom digital camera market remains interesting to the manufacturer. While a number of manufacturers have left this concept alone in order to focus fully on their DSLR cameras, a considerable group of consumers really seemed to appreciate this Megazoom camera. The features; compact, lightweight and super zoom, form a powerful combination to give cameras like the Olympus SP-570UZ the right to exist.

Olympus SP-570UZ test

Olympus SP-570UZ Test
The Olympus SP-570UZ digital camera was introduced in January of this year, just before the PMA 2008 in Las Vegas kicked off, and only recently became available to the consumer. Thanks to all its setting possibilities and all-round capacities, the Olympus SP-570 UZ camera seems to be the perfect alternative to a D-SLR camera. It's a camera that is easy to take with you at all times. Read the full Olympus SP-570 UZ camera review, check out the Olympus sample photos and find out how this camera performed in practice!





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