Reviews and Problems with Olympus Stylus Tough 6020
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Olympus Stylus Tough 6020
16 September 2010
Excerpt: The little brother to the Stylus Tough 8010 we reviewed earlier this summer (2010), the Olympus Stylus Tough 6020 is a "toned-down" version of its big brother. While still offering 14-megapixels, a 5x internal optical zoom lens, 720p HD video, and a 2.7-inch LCD screen, Olympus has made the 6020 a bit more affordable by decreasing some of the "Tough" specs. The 6020 is Waterproof in depths of up to 16ft.
Excerpt: Olympus’ Stylus Tough-6020 is pretty much what you would expect from the name: a tough digital camera. It’s designed to handle the situations that would destroy a standard point-and-shoot… not necessarily “extreme situations” but ones you might experience from time-to-time and would still like be be able to snap off a shot or some video. It’s submersible to a depth of 16 feet, it can take temperatures down to 14 degrees F, and it can survive drops of 5 feet.
Conclusion: If I had to pick a word to sum up the Olympus MJU Tough 6020 it would be solid. It has a solid feel in the hand and also takes good quality, if not spectacular snapshots. It compares well against other robust digital cameras. Although there is not a lot that makes it stand out against other models there is also little that puts me off the camera either.
Pros: Features - picture quality - menu strip on LCD screen - USB battery charge - large built in memory
Conclusion: A solidly built compact that’s bursting with features but is let down by poor automatic modes and control system. For the money there are better alternatives available boasting similar specs.
Excerpt: Die Olympus μ-Tough 6020 ist laut Spezifikation gewappnet für Tauchgänge bis 5 m Tiefe, für Stürze aus 1,5 m Höhe und für Minustemperaturen bis 10 Grad unter Null. Ihr empfohlener Verkaufspeis liegt bei 319 Euro. Rund 80 Euro mehr kostet die noch robustere, etwas schwerere μ-Tough 8010 mit einer angegebenen Fallhöhe von 2 m und einer maximalen Tauchtiefe von 10 m.