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by sgopiani / August 30, 2008 8:48 AM PDT

i want to buy a brand new olmypus camera but i don't know which one to get.
Ive had a look at the Olympus 1000 and the FE-320.
Which one should i get or is there a better olympus one i could by for a reasonable price.

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by snapshot2 Forum moderator / August 31, 2008 12:51 AM PDT
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The FE-320 is not sold in the USA and I could not find any reviews for that camera.
But, the FE-320 uses the same lens and sensor as the FE-280.
The FE-280 got a pretty good review, but after I looked closely at the sample photos from that camera, I was disappointed. They were out of focus on the right and left sides.

The Stylus 1000 was better, but it had soft focus on the Extreem left and right sides.

I have no recommendations for an Olympus.

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by sgopiani / September 3, 2008 2:45 AM PDT
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OK so u dont recomend an olympus camera what do you think i could get for a reasonable price around

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by snapshot2 Forum moderator / September 3, 2008 5:17 AM PDT
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I have nothing against Olympus cameras.
I have an older D550 Olympus and it still produces excellent photos.
When Olympus started marketing their Ultra Compact cameras they dropped the ball.
The lenses they are using in these small cameras are sharp in the middle and soft on the sides and corners.
That is truly sad for a company that is noted for making excellent lenses.
Hopefully they will get their act together in the near future.

If you are interested in cost effective Ultra Compact cameras, I suggest you look at the Sony "W" series of cameras and the Canon SD series of cameras.

Also check out the new Casio S10.
It got a very good review.
Checking out sample photos from the S10 shows a very sharp lens.

The S10 is only 0.6 inch thick.

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