Olympus Stylus 750 (mju 750 Digital)

Announced Aug 24, 2006 •
7 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 36 – 180 mm (5×)
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Neat litle camera. I bought it to upgrade from the stylus 300. The 750 while a decent camera needs something the 300 has. A viewfinder. Any daylight at all just about makes the LCD useless. Doing away with the xd format would be nice. One other thing this camera needs is a AF assist lamp. This feature should be mandatory on a camera without a viewfinder. Problems: see above

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A very well-made camera, amazingly compact. I agree with previous reviewers regarding the difficulty of seeing the LCD screen in any type of brightly daylit situation. I have added a Screen-Shade which helps a bit but which detracts from the camera's biggest asset-its slimness and pocketability. This camera is crying for a viewfinder ! Problems: Viewing the LCD screen in bright light.

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I have used this camera extensively over the course of a week. I haven't used the incandescent or fluorescent white balance settings, but the auto white balance works fine. You can't set the apeture or shutter on this, so you must rely on the scene settings. Outdoors I usually use setting #3 (Landscape + Portrait). Fill-flash outdoors is natural and consistent. The menus seem to be logical. The camera is compact and handy to carry everywhere. It feels solid and well-made. Problems: Ind ...

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I have used this camera extensively over the course of a week. I haven't used the incandescent or fluorescent white balance settings, but the auto white balance works fine. You can't set the apeture or shutter on this, so you must rely on the scene settings. Outdoors I usually use setting #3 (Landscape + Portrait). Fill-flash outdoors is natural and consistent. The menus seem to be logical. The camera is compact and handy to carry everywhere. It feels solid and well-made. Problems: Ind ...

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The whole idea is good pictures, right? Sure, this camera has tons of versatility and two kinds of image stabilization and its easy to use if you are familiar with Olympus menus. So why can't i get a decent photo. I play with ISOs and white balance and scene setting etc, but NADA. I figure the camera is cursed by a nasty lens as it seems to have little interest in focusing. My C5050 has the nicest lens and takes the nicest photos but its several generations old and slow as a tortoise. ...

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This camera was purchased to use on ski trips because of its weatherproofing.I had previously used an olynpus film camera for 20 years being very satisfied.However the digital 750 left me very disappointed and extremely frustrated. Outdoors under different light conditions the LCD viewfinder was often impossible to view reflecting a better view of what was behind me than in front of the lens. As there is not an optical viewfinder, photo composition outdoors was a point and guess . I ...

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