Stylus Digital 810
Stylus Digital 810
Olympus Stylus Digital 810 Review
By Movable Type Admin
Click on the Stylus 810 to take a QuickTime VR tour
Olympus' exclusive TruePic TURBO™ Image Processor, coupled with a 8-megapixel image sensor, produces crisp, high quality photos. The fast startup of less than one second and nearly instant shutter release time ensures a high-speed response so you are always ready to take great pictures. The inclusion of 28 shooting modes offers versatility across a variety of shooting situations. And a built-in Help Guide provides on-the-fly instruction - a handy alternative to toting around a user manual.
The Stylus 810 features Digital Image Stabilization Mode for capturing crisp, clear pictures - free from the blur sometimes caused by camera shake or moving subjects - with high ISO sensitivity and fast shutter speed.
With a new Help GUIDE function, the Stylus 810 makes every last one of its features accessible, even to novice users. By simply pressing the GUIDE button on the back of the camera, users can access images and brief descriptions of each of the camera's functions and scene modes. And the new Shooting Guide serves as a quick reference, walking users through the camera settings with explanations of which features should be used for the situation, along with instructions for how to make the necessary adjustments.
The compact, all-weather Stylus 810 can go virtually anywhere you can. The body is
constructed of durable, lightweight metal with rubber gaskets throughout the interior to
ensure that rain, sleet, snow won't get in the way of great photos. And with its new
optimized battery design, the Stylus 810 can take hundreds of shots between charges.
Connecting to a computer is easy with the USB Auto Connect feature,
which connects directly via USB cable and requires no software. Or, If you prefer,
forget the computer altogether. The power of PictBridge technology enables photos to be
printed directly from the Stylus 810 to any PictBridge-enabled printer.
Stylus 810 Features at a Glance:
The Stylus 810 compared in size to a standard CD.
The Olympus SP-320 Zoom and the Stylus 810.
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Stylus 810 Specifications