Reviews and Problems with Olympus mju 300 / Stylus 300
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Slider track worn away
Donks13 "Donks13", Amazon
21 June 2006
Summary: I own this camera for about 2 years. The problem is the lens cover slider track.The metal track has just worn away just from opening and closing the lens cover.Now the lens cover will not stay on the camera causing the battery to die.This is a manufacturing defect
Summary: I really liked this camera for the first year that I owned it, and then the slider (which reveals the lense) broke and now I have a really hard time taking pictures. If you barely bump the slider when the lense is open, it will think you're trying to close the camera and it will turn off.
Summary: This is our first digital camera and, if the lighting is good, the pictures come out beautiful. Unfortunately with children, we do not always have the opportunity to adjust the lighting to get a great picture.
Summary: I have had this camera since July 2003. Now I am about ready to buy a newer, different camera. Overall, this is a good camera for someone who wants a simple, easy to use, 3.2 megapixel camera. Being 3.2 mp, it gives great quality for 4 x 6 photos.
Summary: First, the bad: indoor, no flash pictures are poor. We took about 60 pictures this weekend for my brother's graduation, about half inside with no flash, and only 4 of them came out okay. Even the "good" ones weren't particularly sharp when I reduced them to 800x600.
Summary: I am very pleased with the Olympus Stylus 300. I have owned other digital cameras and this one is by far the the best. Small and compact, lots of features, easy to use and produces high quality photos. No fumbling around with lens caps with the built in slider.
Summary: This is a snap response after recieving this camera today and playing with it for about an hour or so. First, THE GOOD: The first thing you're gonna notice about this camera is it's apearance. It's simply GORGEOUS! It's called the STYLUS for a reason! It's STYLISH!
invincible & useful...but only for a specific set of users!
20 November 2004
Summary: this camera has survived falls on concrete, mountain hikes through drizzle, and constant crushing at the bottom of my backpack. i take it with me everywhere, every single day. if you are like me, and abuse your electronics, but require a constant camera companion to capture unexpected moments, the...
Summary: My first digital camera was an Olympus c3000. I was so impressed with the photo quality from that camera that I decided to stay with Olympus when I moved to a more compact camera. I loved my C3000 but I found I was leaving it at home because of its size.