Olympus D-600L

Announced Sep 10, 1997 •
1 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 36 – 110 mm (3.1×)
Richard Slay
 
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I've owned this camera for about 3-4 years and still use it. Its great for outdoor shots or whenever you have a lot of light. Indoors or low light shots are difficult due to the camera having a difficult time focusing. It is a great camera for passing pics around via email or the web. You can also print high quality pics up to a 5x7 and I've even printed a few 8x10 that came out very well. The menus are also well laid out and easy to use. Problems: None to report. I would highly suggest ...

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Ian Yates
 
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Suprisingly still using this camera today. Love the SLR type viewfinde, which I miss dearly on my Uzi. A great backup camera which has served me well over the years. My wife uses it when we go out together. Not really come across the battery usage problem. Got a 46mm generic lens cap to go on the UV filter and now the 1.45X teleconverter snaps on and off without constant removal of the step up ring! This camera is so good that I did not sell it to partly pay for my new Uzi. I keep the camera ...

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dan benau
 
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This was my first digital camera. I waited until the price went below $1K. Have taken a few thousand pics with it. It's light to carry, the lens is excellent. Zoom is good and fast considering camera's age. Focus in bright daylight is excellent. Still a good amateur camera. I still use it as a backup. Problems: Very slow to write image compared even to later Olympus models. Need to lock focus on contrasty subject and then recompose in less than bright daylight. Only up to 32 Meg Smart ...

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Henry Falkner
 
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It was my second digital camera, but the first one to allow prints up to A4 size. It was a digital workalike for the Olympus IS-2000 35mm all-in-one SLR that I stiil own. I was very comfortable with it, and I have retained the shots I took then. Problems: Comparison of electronic circuit board pictures with the C-900 ZOOM suggests that the resolution was obtained by extrapolation, a common ploy at that time. I had to use lithium batteries, because Ni-MeH rechargeables were not yet available ...

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My first digital camera, I've since bought a sony DSC-S85. My wife has kept the olympus. It has served us very well for over 4 years. Trouble free excellent images (for the resolution & era) Been really happy with it. Excellent choice for a newbie if you can find someone that will part with a used one!!! Problems: Low light focus (corrected when you use the manual override, but still annoying!)

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Really impressive pictures taken in daylight.... Zoom that really works.. What you see is what you get... Easy to use...... Nice grip and light weight.. Problems: Really unimpressive pictures taken at ...dawn Ditto battery capasity.... No CF-card option Only 4MB storage card... (Can be upgraded to 8MB though) Power DC/and charger is not included..

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I used the camera for 2 years but I bought a HP 912 a couple of month ago. It's a great camera. But make sure you're outside with plenty of light. The picture quality is outstanding for 1.4 megapixel. I really likes the macro pictures this camera can take. I considered keeping the camera for my family to take pictures. But it's low light problems make that impossible. You won't be able to take pictures of birthdays unless it's your gransfathers 80th and don't try to take a picture before ...

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I have had this camera for 2 years and it is still going strong. Daylight shots are fantastic and the ability to see thru the lens is helpfull Problems: Low light focus - lack of USB

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Given as a Barter for a Job, this is a first digital camera I have. Its great to take pictures for free, no film costs. The real strength of the camera is image quality. The D-600L images are as good as film scanned images, pictures from a Nikon 35mm. Pictures are Clear, Sharp with bright&correct colors. Used the Macro feature for document work using the flip up flash, another success under the D-600L's belt. While not the smallest, being used to 35mm SLR it is light in comparison. Got a new ...

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Excellent choice for the money, best quality pictures compared to the competing other 2Mega Pixle Digital Cameras. Excellent print outs. Excellent flash for pictures taken inside rooms. Problems: Too big to carry around and anap pictures, I personally go for the C3030 which is smaller, yet captures 3.43 Mega Pixles

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