Summary: For 2012, Olympus has introduced three almost identical models in their V-Series line of compact, point-and-shoot digital still cameras; the VR-340, VR-350, and the VR-360. The VG-350 and VR-340 are pretty much the same cameras, with the VR-350 only adding 3D still image capture.
Pros: VR-350 is an inexpensive camera, This model is very easy to use, Dedicated Help button is nice for learning more about the camera, along with general photography tips, Beginners will appreciate on-screen explanations of features, Battery/memory card compartment has a sturdy latch, 16MP of resolut...
Cons: Camera is a little chunky versus other low-end point-n-shoots, Control buttons are too small and aren't comfortable to use, Very limited number of manual control settings, Number of menu choices are extremely limited, Some menu options are very odd, and some expected menu options are missing, Men...
Summary: Sub-$100 cameras are tough to recommend, despite the incredibly low price. Most of the time, these types of cameras have so many drawbacks that they're going to be extremely frustrating to use, making that money you saved seem hardly worth the hassle.
Conclusion: The Olympus VR-350 overall packs a slightly bigger punch than both its tiny weight (170g) and price tag might suggest. It hosts a 16mp sensor that shoots both stills and video, has a long list of selectable scene and ‘magic’ modes and offers a good sense of user-friendliness with its various guide...
Summary: Rs 9,990 for a travel-zoom camera with 10x optical zoom, 720p video recording and elegant aesthetics might sound attractive to you. But the sub-par performance holds us back from recommending this camera. The only thing that we liked about this camera is the unique Beauty mode. We’re not kidding!
Summary: Keeping the stunning features aside, you will find some negative points of VR-350. The main drawbacks of this camera are as follows: • Average picture quality • Poor low light ability • Dim screen Olympus VR-350 is a compact digital camera, which features a slim and sleek design.
Conclusion: Este modelo es muy bueno para todos aquellos que quieran comprar su primer cámara digital; su precio y facilidad de uso la convierten en un dispositivo muy práctico y rentable con el que vas a poder capturar cualquier momento que consideres importante.
Pros: Es una cámara muy fácil de operar y tiene un precio muy atractivo. Su calidad de fotografía y video permiten subir el contenido a Internet o imprimirlo en formatos mayores a los estándar.
Cons: No graba en Full HD como la mayoría de los modelos que están disponibles en el mercado y no tiene puerto HDMI para compartir el contenido directamente en una pantalla en alta definición.