Summary: I'm new to SLR cameras, but I know quality when I see it, and this is a quality camera. It continuously surprises me with the quality of the pictures, including doing quite well in low-light. The 'automatic' exposure settings are a bit washed out, but really if you just use automatic settings, why have such a nice camera? Overall a very nice camera, well built and takes great pictures.
Summary: The camera came and it looks brand new! Even the flash mount hadn't been used. I love the flexible screen and have used it for over the head photography and close to the ground. All my old lenses from my E-500 are compatible which saved me many dollars! It's quite easy to use with similar operations with my old E-500.
Summary: I bought the E620 with the two kit lenses; after two weeks of test shots, I traded both kit lenses in for the mid-range 14-54 Zuiko Digital (got $50 a piece on trade-in). I recommend buying the body separate, and use the savings to buy better glass. The camera is fantastic, with all the features that I could wish for. I have taken amazing photos, and blown them up to 5 feet wide with great resolution and image quality.
Summary: I wrote a review asked for Olympus USA for this Camera, I can't did nothing better! It's just EXTRAORDINARY camera so many things to do with it! If you are a photographer, you will understand what I am saying! For me it's my Baby..I'm a Canon user, but the last trips I left it at home and travel with this exceptional camera and two Zuiko 4/3 lenses, then, I love it...
Summary: The key feature that sold me on this camera was the articulating screen. I take shots of small items such as coins, so my camera is usually mounted on a tripod facing down with the lens about 4 inches from the table. It was a nuisance to try to position my eye at the viewfinder to see the subject. With this screen, I can simply flip it out and rotate it to be easily seen from a seated position facing the camera/tripod assembly.
Summary: One of the things that made me go with the E-620 over other brands models, was the long running reputation of Olympus, the cost, and the amazingly light weight of the camera. After 16 months of ownership, I still love the lack of weight, even with my macro or wide angle lenses on the camera. Things I love about the camera after usage: - The swivel live view lcd screen.
Summary: My Olympus E-620 fulfills all of my needs as an amateur photographer. I mainly enjoy macro photography, but do shoot the occasional (family) sporting event or senior portraits. There are plenty of high-quality, yet affordable lenses to choose from to obtain the look & feel one desires in a variety of situations.
Summary: Before buying this, I have owned a couple of Olympus, a point and shoot (don't remember the model) and a C725, both work great, so, when i decide to buy my first DSLR Olympus come to my mind as first option, however, after some research, the market leaders are Canon and Nikkon, at that point, I started to doubt about buying this camera. Finally I decide to take the risk an buy it. About one year later, I have to say "I take the right decision".
Summary: I did a lot of research before I finally picked a camera. My research lasted for about a year because I wanted to find a camera that wasn't going to be outdated before I even took it out of the box. Well, I found one! I purchased this about 2 years ago when it was first introduced and it was far ahead of the competition. It's not extremely easy to use at first but it doesn't take long to get to know all of the control.
Summary: I upgraded from an E-510 to an E-3 almost two years ago. After struggling with all of the challenges of programming the E-3, and lugging around the extra weight, I sold the E-3 in favor of an E-620. The E-620 is compact, feature filled, and easy to use. It produces photos that are much better than the E-510 or the E-3 with no complex setups or rocket science programming requirements.