Reviews and Problems with Olympus STYLUS 5010 / µ-5010
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Simon Says..., Amazon
6 January 2012
Summary: Good: - The camera is very simple to operate. - small and can easily fit in your pocket - cheap Bad: - poor Picture Quality - awful LCD display Summery: not recommended if you are looking for something small that gives decent Picture Quality, a little bit better than taking pictures with your cell...
Summary: I got it thinking it was going to be really good, but after 9 months it started breaking. If you're looking for A beginner camera this is it, but if you're looking for you're second or third this is not it. My suggestion is to look at the kodak playsport.
Summary: I bought this camera and I had mixed results compared to my other one. Indoor shots come out fair but outdoor shots came out nice. It has a focus but it needs to capture it before the shot is taken otherwise the the picture comes out dark.
Summary: I was so excited to get a new camera after my Nikon was broken, so I decided to try the Olympus. I think that it is a great camera, but I am a picture novice so all of the options are a little overwhelming. The pictures and video are great, but I miss the simplicity of the Nikon.
Summary: I bought his camera to replace a Canon I had for years before it got sand in it and quit. I saw the price and features of this name brand camera and thought I'd give it a shot. I was expecting a mediocre display, so-so picture quality, etc., and that's what I got.
Summary: I bought this camera with high hopes. I am slightly disappointed. I chose Olympus because I loved my last one, a stylus 800. This one is better in some ways but a lot worse in others. Basically the image stabilization is horrible. That is my biggest disappointment.
Summary: This camera takes mainly good photos straight out of the box. There's no real need to play with the settings which I like. My main use for this camera is photographing people, and I preferred using the standard Auto setting as opposed to the portrait scene setting - in portrait, the pictures were...