Olympus Stylus SP-100

Announced Jan 29, 2014 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | 24 – 1200 mm (50×)
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I just purchased this camera because I was looking for a high zoom bridge camera with manual focus. No place around me sells them in store so I ordered one online. I was quite disappointed that the manual focus is more of a setting instead of an active function, not at all like the focus ring on a DSLR or film camera. Is there something I am missing with this camera, or should I return it and buy something that is more like I imagined?
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I have been unable to find a way to control the numbering system on my SP-100EE. If I make more than one download of photos on the same day, the numbering each time start from e.g.  240001 each time and clash with previous download. Really appreciate urgent help with this problem. Many thanks
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By: EranS66 (11 months ago)
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Video super-zoom cameraI am interested in buying a super zoom camera video photographyI studied the following models:NIKON P600OLYMPUS SP1000CANON SX50 Which camera looks better in video photographic than the other to  your point of view And what camera do you think offer a good combination of option is photography and video(Minimum compromises) ThanksEran
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The short: I have the above camera and I was looking to upgrade in either the compact area or small DSLR. I was looking at the Stylus SP-100 and the OM-D E-M10. There are just so many camera's to choose from! Suggestions? The long; I enjoy taking pictures, but I'm not a professional by any means. Strictly travel, wildlife, portrait, people etc. (I did do a few weddings very successfully, but only for friends that asked and I do not see that in my future.) As much as I like reading about it, I...
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I was wondering which long lens people like with the Olympus EM-5 (and E-PM2 as backup)? Do people like the Olympus 75-300mm or the Panasonic 100-300mm? Now, on the EM-5, the Panasonic's IS would need to be turned off (or the camera's IS turned off). On the E-PM2, I can set the camera to favor using lens IS if it has it over sensor based IS. I suspect lens based IS might be more effective than sensor shift. The Olympus wins out in terms of weight (430g vs 520g), which might be a factor in...
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