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Imaging Resource: review of Olympus Camedia C-60z
Dennis Hissink : July 6th 2004 - 05:05 CET
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Imaging-ResourceOur good friends from Imaging Resource, the well-known and thorough website in the US have posted their review of the Olympus Camedia C-60z camera. This stylish digital camera was introduced in March 2004 and has definitely got a designer's look. The compact, metal body of brushed aluminium and classic design are sure to turn heads. The camera also offers the technical refinement needed to pursue almost every creative impulse. The TruePic TURBO image processor optimises picture quality by enhancing colour fidelity, the signal-to-noise ratio and sharpness. It also significantly accelerates the image processing speed. Another innovative feature is the sunshine LCD, ensuring a clear view of the picture in the monitor, even in bright light.
Imaging Resource: review of Olympus Camedia C-60zAccording to Imaging Resource: "The C-60's auto focus system is more sophisticated than most, using a "hybrid" approach to deliver much faster shutter response than the vast majority of consumer digicams.", "I have to say that I was very pleasantly surprised by the C-60's shutter response.", and "Indoors, the Incandescent white balance setting did a really excellent job under household incandescent lighting, a very common light source for point & shoot photography, and one that many cameras have a hard time with. Overall, apart from the slight tendency toward yellow or reddish casts, color was quite hue-accurate, and saturation was just about right as well, although strong reds were slightly oversaturated."

Continue to read the extensive Olympus C60z review at Imaging Resource.




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