Summary: I have seen one of my friend using Olympus (not sure about the model number), so decided to buy this make. But I have lately opened the box and realized that the camera is resulting in blurred images.. by the time I wanted to return it was late and I was helpless.. Not sure if the one I received was defective but I stopped using this and just taking pics from my iphone for now.. Not a good buy..
Summary: Olympus VG-120 did not operate to the expectation I had based on the technical specifications. I compared models of similar tech specs and chose the Olympus based on being less expensive than other models. Pictures are fuzzy; even the motion sensitive mode to help stabilize the pictures doesn't work well. I recommend shopping for a different model or different brand.
Summary: I was very disappointed with this camera, the picture quality was not the greatest. Some of my pictures were very blurry or not focus at all. I tried messing with the settings but it was always set to auto focus. Another issue I had with the camera was that it would never connect to the computer. I tried different cables and USB ports without any luck.
Summary: I bought this last year and it's the worst camera I've ever owned. Nearly every single photo comes out blurry, no matter what mode or settings I use. I thought at this price, it was worth buying, but it turned out to be a complete waste of money. I'm now buying a better camera just one year later to make up for this mistake.
Summary: I misplaced my Casio EX-Z550, so I bought the Olympus VG-120 based on decent reviews. The Olympus VG-120's auto focus always focuses on the wrong subject when using the Program Auto and iAuto (herein auto-everything mode), so your primary subject is often out of focus. If you'd to take a person's picture, it would lock it's focus on something behind the person, or anywhere else but the subject; this refers to the auto-everything mode.
Summary: It's a simple, easy camera to use, but there is no "real" Image Stabilization in this camera. They boost the ISO and open the Aperture for a faster shutter speed, but this is not very effective and I found that 2 out of 3 images were slightly out of focus. Even when I made certain I got the lighted green focus box on the LCD saying that it was in focus the images were still blurred.