Easy to learn and operate. good image quality, especially at 64 and 100 ISO. 200 and 400 are decent, and 800 is also decent for small prints. Solidly built, and logical menus. 26mm wide angle is awesome - there is a touch of distortion at full wide angle, but not a problem for nature and landscape photography. Small and compact, and excellent electronic viewfinder. Lots of options and customization. Problems: Photos are a touch soft, but easily remedied by increasing contrast and ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Nice camera at an incredible price! I've owned my 565 for about 6 months now and love it. I've own 2 other cameras, but this one has them beat. Construction of the 565 is really good. It's one of the smallest 20x cameras out there making it easier to carry and store. Build is sturdy, strong and comfortable. Features are too many to mention here. Has full auto to full manual. P setting is what I use the most, allowing for auto setting and manual setting at the same time, such as auto ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
This is the 3rd camera in this Olympus series that I have purchased and overall I am pleased. The 20x zoom is incredible and with the image stabilization (not on my previous models) it is even easier to get clear pictures at the long telephoto position. It also overcomes one of the weaknesses of previous models in that it has a wide angle position. The 10 megapixels is also great and can allow you to crop out even smaller portions of an image and still print it in high quality. I generally ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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