Olympus SP-320

Announced Jan 26, 2006 •
7 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
mihaitzateo
 
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Got a used one for around 100$. Excelent lens,no purple fringing. Excelent image quality ,lots of features. Problems: You need hi capacity ni-mh rechargeble batteries,a alkaline battery will only last 20-30 pictures. Maximum 1/2 seconds exposure time in P,A,S modes.

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Leo
 
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My SP-320 was purchased as refurbished from Olympus. I have selected SP-320 because of 1/1.8 sensor (large sensor - low noise and it is), RAW format, basic RAW and JPG editing in the camera and excellent ergonomics. Ergonomics: the function of AEL button can be programmed. I have selected WB for this button. Also, there are four (4) My Mode settings, which is wery convenient. Operation: A RAW file stored in approx. 5 sec after the card formated in RESET (File Name) and then set to AUTO (File ...

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Emmit
 
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Great little point and shoot camera with excellent images straight from the camera. I have 2 Digital SLR's and had previously owned 2 other Olympus point and shoot. I tried several other cameras and found the image quality poor so I went back to Olympus and glad I did. Totally satisfied with the image quality which as the most important to me. Start up is quick - has a view finder another plus not on a lot of newer cameras. Will easily fit in my hiking shorts pocket and I like the grip - ...

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Kristiyan
 
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Nice grip, but bulky to carry Problems: Nice grip, but bulky to carry in the pocket. The auto-modes are fine and create a decent quality of photo, but the manual modes could be a bit tricky to adjust. Too much functions and settings to control, which all need be done before shooting. If you are used to mechanical film cameras, where adjusting is done via mechanical buttons, here - the electronic software menu - will be time consuming and confusing for you. At least it was for me. Battery life ...

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Wojtulewicz
 
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I am a beginer, it is my first digital camera - so what can I say: Is good enough for me. Problems: Like in SP-350 and SP-310 firmware upgrade is necessary ! Low battery indicator have to be adjusted for rechargeable batteries.

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b2
 
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One of the excellent diigital camer in 2006!!!

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b2
 
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One of the excellent diigital camer in 2006!!!

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PaulBG
 
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The new Olympus SP-320 is a well made pant-pocket size camera that features a large and excellent display, AF assist beam, optical viewfinder, a variety of versatile shooting modes and it uses "ordinary" batteries. I have owned the new SP-320 for about three weeks. It differs from the earlier SP-310 and SP-350 in several ways including: (1) It has a faster processor so it not only accepts the new high speed Type H cards but it writes about twice as fast as the earlier standard or Type M ...

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PaulBG
 
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The new Olympus SP-320 is a well made pant-pocket size camera that features a large and excellent display, AF assist beam, optical viewfinder, a variety of versatile shooting modes and it uses "ordinary" batteries. I have owned the new SP-320 for about three weeks. It differs from the earlier SP-310 and SP-350 in several ways including: (1) It has a faster processor so it not only accepts the new high speed Type H cards but it writes about twice as fast as the earlier standard or Type M ...

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PaulBG
 
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The new Olympus SP-320 is a well made pant-pocket size camera that features a large and excellent display, AF assist beam, optical viewfinder, a variety of verstaile shooting modes and it uses "ordinary" batteries. I have owned the new SP-320 for about three weeks. It differs from the earlier SP-310 and SP-350 in several ways including: (1) It has a faster processor so it not only accepts the new high speed Type H cards but it writes about twice as fast as the earlier standard or Type M ...

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