Released August, 2010
The Pros:Easy to operate- point and shoot simplicity. Easy to carry due to small size and light construction.
The Cons:Feels somewhat plasticky. Doesn't have a dedicated shooting-mode button.
The Olympus FE-4050 is a compact digital camera with a basic feature set. It captures images in 12 megapixels, and can also record video in basic VGA format. The 4x optical zoom captures images in a 27mm wide-angle format.
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Image stabilization allows for handheld shooting, and the sensor is sensitive enough to allow for low-light photography. The 2.7 inch LCD shows the target in vivid color for easy use. 6 filters are built into the camera, allowing a variety of effects from fisheye warping to soft focus. The auto-focus system uses face detection to lock onto the subject quickly.
- 12 megapixels
- 4X Optical zoom
- Wide-angle shooting 27mm
- Image stabilization
- High-sensitivity shooting
- 2.7-inch LCD, 230,000 dots
- VGA Movie recording (Motion JPEG)
- 6 Filters: Pop, Pin Hole, Fisheye, Drawing, Soft Focus, and Punk
- Face detection AF
- SD / SDHC memory card compatible
User Reviews (1)
Easy to operate- point and shoot simplicity
Easy to carry due to small size and light construction
Doesn't have a dedicated shooting-mode button
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