Summary: I have a Nikon P60 which I have used a LOT..That camera was a workhorse and was really easy to hold onto securely, unlike this Olympus, which, to me has a very slippery surface. having said that, my Nikon just stopped working, right before New Years Eve of course! So I started using the Olympus which is my wife's camera and to my surprise I liked it.
Summary: Length:: 0:31 Mins The sample video was taken with this camera from the Maryland side of the Potomac River at Great Falls National Park overlooking the main channel on January 28, 2010. The river was swollen from melting snow. High winds played havoc with the tiny camera microphone, distorting the sound.
Summary: I bought an Olympus Stylus 7010 with 12 megapixel. This is a very good camera and I like it very much! I can take close pictures because of the super macro function. Unfortunatelly the internal memory is quite low, so, I had to buy microXD card.
Summary: The Olympus Stylus 7010 is a neat little camera that does more than expected for the price. It's much thinner and lighter than my previous digital camera, which is what I was looking for in a take-it-everywhere camera. The only drawback is the very sensitive lens cover, which jammed partly open the first day I used it, when I stuck the camera in my pocket. I gently tugged it shut, and it functioned fine after that.
Summary: Its a very good and light weight camera with alot of effects you can make to the photos and takes super nice shots for all occations no matter where you are. Only thing is that the camera only allows you to jump from 5 - 12 mpxls. No 8 or 10 megapixels.
Summary: A very nice Camera, I picked Olympus, as I am a big fan of Olympus cameras in the past (the film models). The digital models are not comparable to their earlier film based point and shoot models, but this one delivers a good image 85% of the times. It would have been good, if there was a printed manual along with the package, and the instructions on the CD provided is not easily searchable.