Olympus 750

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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The Olympus 750 delivers quality images at a high resolution for an affordable price. It also packs in a couple of extras such as a hot shoe hookup for an external flash and a remote control. The focal length ranges to 1520mm if you multiply the 10x optical zoom by the 4x digital zoom, which gives you the total effective zoom capability.

The Olympus 750 digital camera has a robust set of features designed to let you manage every element of your photos. Yet despite the suite of options, the camera still checks in at only a few ounces, so it's easy to stash in a jacket and take with you to a ballgame or family outing. Its body is still sleek and stylish, and guaranteed to attract attention wherever you take it.

More Specs on the Olympus 750

The Olympus 750 comes with an ISO range of 100-400--perfect for tungsten or daylight at any level. Even if you're shooting in a dark restaurant or pub, with the built-in flash and spot-metering capabilities you're sure to get a crisp, well-lit shot. There's even red-eye minimization and four modes of white-balancing to ensure your pictures come out optimized.

In addition to these qualities, the 750 supports a range of file formats for universal compatibility. One of the most popular uses of digital cameras UK is snapping photos and sending them along as e-mail attachments, so it's important that your camera interface smoothly with your PC. Olympus has gone the extra mile to make sure that integration is seamless and that you have no trouble converting your data into different forms and sizes from machine to machine.

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What a nice kind of rumor? And yes Benoxi: having no cihoce but to go catch up to and marry Paris Hilton just so that one can afford a Leica (or some affordable Epson body to use _their_ M-system lenses) really kind'a sucks!It would be sooo easy: Manufacturing b54/3-lenses with built-in electronic distance-awareness and coupling this digital info to a rangefinder-like optics by wire in real-time as to retain that classic analogue way of quickly and conveniently seeing the current state of (de-) focus; Just by opening our eyes: simple.Or maybe just showing a damn distance-scale at the top of the screen inside the range finder to know where we're at. (My idea for an el-cheapo construction *lol* copyrighted!)The possibilities are endless and the technology to leave out so many of the classic mechanical components as to not make this too difficult (expensive) to manufacture has been left alone, lying around the corner for ages yet noone has actually got his/her ass up and built such a thing, yet.Wake up Olympus: DO IT. Or somebody else will get that piece of the cake. Or maybe that is just what these dimwhits of their management dep. are thiking: nobody will care if we do yet noone will notice if we don't: they'll just go on buying whatever we feed them. That's because every printed mag on the planet rants that our interchangeable mirrorless cameras or EVIL cams as for some are just too damn cool. That is so WRONG a way of thinking!Mercedes didn't start to make tyre-shredding AMG-versions of their over-priced, now-more-ugly-than-ever vehicles not because so many people actually demanded them in the first place. Well, they successfully sell whole boatloads of them, now yet when they started they used the facilities of PORSCHE and outsourced the initial production of their E-Klasse 500 (of the OM-type W124 ). About at the same time they acquired that then-independent company of hooligan engeneers (AMG) in order to re-integrate their knowledge and craftsmanship into their main production routine. Why? Because their 3rd party modifications were received well in the market and Mercedes didn't get enough share in their about-to-make-a-huge-leap PROFIT!Do I lust after such a car or why am I telling all this off-topic nonsense?Not really. They're not the worst in fuel economy but still I don't want to pay for maintainance, added fuel and surreal taxes which tend to get higher with age even on these youngtimer models . I'm more concerned about getting what I want photographically. I really could go out there and buy a Leica (and then be broke, shortly after). OR I could encourage some other company to come out with a viable alternative to all that pointlessly overpriced rich-mans garnish manufactured by Leitz Camera.I believe Leica rally could survive well if they brought out a made-of-plastic alternative M-series camera for like 1000$/800€. See Olympus? I am willing to go this far. And so are a lot more of us.A _thousand_ bucks for you of LOST PROFIT.Go and think about that. And see that brilliant little Fuji range finder-esque X100 emerge as a big-time threat to your little toy cameras that don't even survive a few hours of framing without a battery transplant.CheersHeiko