Summary: If you want every photo you take to look like it's from a 70's cookbook then by all means buy this camera. No matter how much I tweaked the settings everything comes out with a tint of brown/gold! boo.
Summary: unfortunately this is the worst camera I've seen, the purchase and the disappointment was so great that sold two weeks before, personally I do not taste like pulling the photos, videos anything I liked. I'll never try this brand for the cameras.
Summary: Terrible camera pictures are fuzzy takes a long time to recognize faces. Tried calling olympus support line they told me to buy a new battery that cost from THEIR website only that cost $22 I told them to go to hell NEVER buy from olympus
Summary: I had a sony cybershot that had mechanical issues after owning it for 2 years, so I was looking for a cheap camera with features relative to my old camera. Since my other one started having issues after the warranty, I didn't want to spend a lot of money on a new camera and to fix the old one, it would've cost me $100. This Olympus Camera is very hard to use. I miss the wheel on the cybershot that gives you the features right away.
Summary: This camera takes the most awful pictures I've ever seen. It was more like a toy camera than anything else. I was sadly disappointed upon receiving it and immediately sent it back and bought another one. I recommend Kodak, Sony, or Samsung.
Summary: Needing a shirt-pocketable camera with a wide-angle zoom, this seemed a logical choice despite the many lackluster reviews. After a series of test shots covering most of the camera's features, with and without flash, it's becomes clear that Olympus fell down on the job here. There must have been no quality control on this model or else they just didn't care. I would rate the final picture quality beside that of a 1960s Kodak Instamatic.