Reviews and Problems with Olympus Stylus 600 / Mju 600 / μ600
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Good, functional camera
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I bought this Olympus Stylus 600 camera some time ago, so newer models may have more features, but I have found that this camera meets all my photography needs. If you are looking for a point and shoot, this is a good camera for you. I bought this model for the macro capability, which works great, and the software that came with the camera makes downloading pictures to my computer very easy.
Summary: I had an Olympus camera that broke I got this as a replacement The first one had a view finder in addition to the LCD screen, a feature I liked THis one only has the LCD screen which is difficult if not impossible to see in bright light. So it is hard to line up your shot!
Summary: It is easy to use and I loved that it took up to 5 pictures without the momory card there are times that I could to take a picture and can't becasue my memory card is plugged into the computer and this way I'll never miss a shot
Summary: I've been thinking about buying a digital camera for a long time, but I've been dragging my feet cause I hate change. I absolutely love it! What took me so long? I've been researching for a while, and the Olympus Stylus 600 had so many features I was looking for... a large 2.5 LCD screen (for those of us who need glasses), 6 megapixels, and ease of use. It has 26 shooting modes (which actually work), and you can easily review your pictures on the TV or the computer!
Excerpt: "Awesome little snapper for those times and places when a big or bulky camera will just take up too much room or get smashed into tiny little expensive pieces! The best thing is the rugged construction and strong lens cover that slides into place when it turns off, it means that it really can live up to its tag as being weather resistant and strong. It has a good array of shooting modes including sports mode, landscape, portrait and many more. It ...
Pros: Strong, Tough, Good Shots and Awesome Design
Cons: Slow Autofocus/Shutter Speed, Wont survive being buried on a beach too well .
Excerpt: "I've always been an Olympus camera fan, and have bought quite a few of them over the years - not because they're unreliable and need constant replacing, but because technology moves on and I don't like to get left behind! My last Olympus digital camera was only 2 megapixels (virtually top of the range when I bought it), so was due a well-deserved retirement. I settled on the Olympus mju digital 600 to replace it, and overall I've been fairly happy ...
Pros: excellent lens, good range of features, large (2 . 5") LCD screen
Cons: No viewfinder, small buttons, not great for contrajour shots
Excerpt: "...am a firm believer that Olympus are probably still the best photographic device manufacturers around. They provide good, reliable products, at competitive prices and offer excellent support and other services. So Olympus cameras were my first port of call. I was looking to spend between £150 -£200 on a comapact digital camera, that I could take out with me on holidays, outtings and even just nights out with mates, that wouldn't get in the way, ...
Pros: Great for night shots, compact and tons of features
Excerpt: "The olympus DIGITAL 600, which, as you might gather from the latter part of the name, offers you a healthy six megapixels of image snapping capability. For those of you fed up with silver digital cameras, you may be pleased to know that the mju DIGITAL 600 comes in (navy) blue and (ruby) red as well as (Arctic) silver. However, you are probably going to want to chose your camera on the basis of more than just its colour... The first thing of ...