Olympus E-620

Announced Feb 24, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 2.7 screen | Four Thirds sensor
dpreview conclusion

The best Four Thirds camera yet closes the gap and competes convincingly with its APS-C competitors. More importantly though, it's small, produces excellent 'out of the box' image quality and is jam-packed with useful--and a few novel--features. If you can live without movies, it's an easy pick.

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Highly Recommended
72%
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Good for

Anyone wanting a small, but capable all-rounder

Not so good for

Low light, indoor or action/sports/wildlife photography

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Other reviews
DCRP Review: Olympus E-620
By: Jeff Keller, Digital Camera Resource Page (Jun 26, 2009)

The Olympus E-620 is a compact digital SLR that takes very good quality photos, offers a rotating LCD display, full manual controls, and creative features like Art Filters and multiple exposures, all without breaking the bank. Other nice things on the E-620 include backlit buttons, a dust reduction system, a useful Perfect Shot Preview feature, and dual memory card slots. It's not a perfect...

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Olympus E-620 Review
By: Matt Golowczynski, What Digital Camera (Apr 29, 2009)

The Olympus E-620 provides the ultimate portable, creative DSLR - with this as a concept, Olympus has unquestionably succeeded. And, should the novelty of the E620's Art Filters wear off, or should you not be drawn to them in the first place, the Olympus E620 is still a fantastic camera underneath. Packed full of useful features, the model strikes a balance between Olympus's current entry-level...

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Olympus E-620 review

The Olympus E-620 is a feature-packed DSLR which offers a step-up from entry-level models. Like many DSLRs these days, it inherits a number of features from a higher-end model, in this case, the E-30, but packages them into a smaller, lighter and more affordable package. By doing so, it also addresses most of the criticisms of the earlier E-520 and E-420. The E-620 essentially starts with...

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