Released January, 2009
The Pros:Uses AA batteries (easily available, rechargeable). Affordable price.
The Cons:Uses AA batteries (not as powerful as battery packs). Basic point-and-shoot camera, nothing exceptional or innovative.
The Olympus FE-45 is a basic camera that is not a pick for an expert photographer, but should be good for anyone wanting to take pictures of friends, family, or pets. It has a 3x optical zoom, so is no good for those far away shots, and has 10 megapixels so the shots will not be as high quality as other cameras.
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It claims to have a modest price tag and comes in three colors: gold, black or deep blue. It has a few features that are standard for Olympus cameras - Digital Image Stabilisation, Face detection Technology, and Intelligent Auto Mode which is great for those who just want to push a button and let the camera decide what the best settings for a picture are. It is powered by AA batteries, so will rack up the cost long term but the owner will not have to worry about forgetting the charger when on vacation.
- 10 Megapixels
- 3x optical zoom
- AA Battery Powered
- Comes in Gold, Black or Deep Blue
- xD-Picture Card and microSD Card compatible
- Intelligent Auto MOde
- Advanced Face Detection Technology
- Digital Image Stabilisation
User Reviews (1)
uses AA batteries (easily available, rechargeable)
uses AA batteries (not as powerful as battery packs)
basic point-and-shoot camera, nothing exceptional or innovative
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