Conclusion: Whilst this camera may have a few annoyances it must be remembered where this camera sits it terms of price (RRP). The flash is an absolute standout and will give great results when shooting groups of people at night.
Summary: At just £99.99, the VG-170 has enough clever kit, filters and features to make it an appealing-looking camera for those on a tighter budget. But if image quality, finer detail and tougher build are your bag, look elsewhere.
Pros: Inexpensive, Flash power, 3D shooting mode, Ease of use
Cons: Picture quality, Image noise, Video performance, Build
Conclusion: When writing reviews it is not always easy to come up with a long list of reasons to buy a camera. That is true of the Olympus VG-170. It does a lot of things well without standing out from the competition. It takes sharp looking photos and you should find this camera very easy to use.
Excerpt: The Olympus VG-170 was released in January 2012 and is a budget compact digital camera with a flash which is twice as powerful as a regular compact camera. The VG-170 is available in white, red and black for £89.00.
Pros: Larger flash is a unique feature, Good value for money, Grip on front of camera, Good colour reproduction
Cons: No optical stabilisation, Purple fringing on occasion, Significant noise from ISO 400 upwards, AWB struggles under indoor lighting
Summary: What a surprise the little Olympus VG-170 has turned out to be. Not only is it a sexy little number but it also takes cracking pictures, and on top of that it's great fun to use. The design won't be for everyone because of the enormous flash that the body has to house but we respect Olympus for not...
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