Summary: Bought this camera to take pictures of architecture models because of its small focal length. Basically, don't even try to take a picture inside, it will never look good, grainy, blurry, all the colors are completely wrong, it creates warmer tones even with the white balance set to cooler. Recently I've tried to set up simple timelapses, (10-12 pictures a day for a week) and it even fails at that! Although I'm using a tripod and self timer it still comes out grainy.
Summary: Olympus FE-20. The battery life lasts maybe 2-3 pictures, and if you use the flash - then less. (my experience). I would have taken it back, but I can't find the receipt. Went top the Olympus web site and I wasn't able to buy a replacement battery - actually I honestly believe that something is wrong with the mfg "run" that caused this problem. I went to "Olympus FE-20 battery problems" and I found other folks that are experiencing this same problem.
Summary: my 4 month old camera will not charge the battery, there is no technical support to help you figure out problem. Kodak had excellant support. I will never buy an Olympus product again and hope no else does either!
Summary: I must be doing something wrong, because I can't get a good picture out of this camera for nothing. Pictures are usually blurry and quality is horrible. I regret the day I bought this piece of crap.
Summary: I only had the camera for about a week but returned it immediately because the picture quality was so poor. Grainy and blurry. Also, it took forever between pictures so forget spontaneous shots. Even worse w/ the flash. I wouldn't waste your money but even more so, any frustration on this camera. Too bad, I used to like Olympus.