Conclusion: David has covered the consumer electronics industry since the "ancient" days of the Walkman. A "consumer’s" consumer-electronics writer who regularly contributes to some of the largest magazines on the newsstands, including InStyle and Metropolitan Home. He is a Contributing editor for Metropolitan Home (1988 to present), one of the top shelter magazines in the country. Editor of quarterly PC How-To Guide: Digital Photography Buyer's Guide for the past four years.
Pros: Great Value, Retains key features from the E-620
Summary: Conclusion: The E-600 provides nearly identical features as the E-620, minus infrared remote support, some art filters, backlit buttons, multi-exposure and aspect ratio, but with a noticeably cheaper price, although unfortunately less availability. Overall the E-600 is an impressive photographic tool with a wallet-friendly price, and is an enjoyable camera to use, producing excellent photos, with bright punchy colours, and excellent JPEG results straight from the camera.
Pros: What I Don’t like:, - Lacks focus assist lamp / LED (uses strobe flash instead), - XD card slot, a better combination would be CF and SD
Cons: View our Olympus E-600 DSLR Sample Photo Gallery, ., A second Olympus E-600 gallery can be viewed from, Photokina 2010, .
Excerpt: Available exclusively through the Dixons group, the 12.3Mp Olympus E-600 is a rebadged, pared-down and better-value version of the E-620. Both are aimed at photographers wanting a light and portable digital SLR camera.
Excerpt: The obvious markets for the more-compact-than-usual Four Thirds E-600 digital SLR from Olympus are the photo enthusiast, the creative of mind and those upgrading from either a starter DSLR, bridge camera or snapshot… that's basically those of us wanting regular DSLR quality, without the bulk of a camera based on an existing 35mmm SLR body sporting a APS-C sized sensor.
Excerpt: If the compact E-600 Four Thirds system digital SLR from Olympus has crept in under your radar, that's because it's basically an E-620 "lite", on sale exclusively through the Currys electronics group in the UK, and also on general release across North America.
Pros: Comprehensive feature set, yet easy to use, solid feel build, Live View with dedicated button for one-touch activation, tilting LCD screen is a further boon to creative compositions
Cons: Some compromises have been made to ensure smaller form factor, such as the fact the E-600 lacks a truly comfortable and firm handgrip, other than that, there's not much to complain about here
Excerpt: La Olympus E-600 è una fotocamera digitale reflex di elevata qualità, pur presentando alcune funzioni in meno rispetto al modello Olympus E-620 , mossa che ha consentito di abbassarne leggermente il costo. Tra le specifiche tecniche rilevanti spiccano il sensore 4/3 Live MOS da 12,3 megapixel, il processore True Pic III+, un display orientabile LCD da 2,7 pollici con risoluzione 230.000 pixel, il mirino ottico, lo stabilizzatore di immagine una sensibilità compresa tra...