Digital camera review : Olympus Mju 9010
The Olympus Mju 9010 is aimed at the user that prioritizes user-friendliness and simple operation. Straightforward photography, one push of the button and you're done. Indeed, Olympus has kept it pretty simple with the Mju 9010. There are a lot of automatic programs, complemented with pre-programmed scenes so that even the beginner photographer can get creative. Just like all current compact cameras, the Olympus Mju 9010 does not have a viewfinder. You do, however, get a very pleasant display format in return, of 2.7-inches. Because the Olympus Mju 9010 has a display with HyperCrystal II technology, it is twice as clear with direct sunlight, which makes a big difference.
14 megapixel Olympus Mju 9010 megazoom camera
That noise can be detected so quickly is unfortunately mostly due to the persistent chase after the highest amount of pixels, which can be attributed to Olympus’ marketing department. The Olympus Mju 9010 is, just like other compact cameras, equipped with a very small image sensor. Squeeze 14 million pixels in there, and you get into trouble when it comes to reducing noise. The Olympus Mju 9010 is, unfortunately, a good example of this.
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The amount of buttons has decreased a bit and the whole lay-out is a bit simpler. I personally find that to be an improvement, as I wasn’t that charmed by the sleek, angular outline of the previous camera. The back of the Olympus Mju 9010 is very simple, which the camera emanates. In practice, it works very pleasantly. We have had the Olympus Mju 9010 in our hands and our experience can be read about in the following Olympus digital camera review.