Olympus FE-240

Announced Jan 25, 2007 •
7 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 38 – 190 mm (5×)
Anthony Sullivan

Olympus's FE-240 is a sleek looking camera-it has a stainless steel body and is impressively slim- only 17.5mm thick and it's got a a 5x optical zoom (38mm- 190mm 35mm equivilant)-which for a slim camera is brilliant. When released in 2007, Olympus interestingly called it "the world's smallest & thinnest 5x Optical Zoom Digital Compact Camera". Features include 10 scene mods, macro and super macro modes, easy EV compensation adjustment and intuitive fuss free menus. There is digital ...

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I had read quite afew different reviews and they varied from it being a very bad camera, being alright, to a great buy. Unfortunately I paid more attention to the god reviews and bought one. One thing that annoyed me with it, is that unless you turn the flash off, it uses it all the time, even when in direct sunlight. And if you're going to have anything dark in your photo expect alot of niose in your picture, even in good light. It is a definate step down from the Sony CyberShot DSP-P72, ...

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