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Relatively compact

Programmable function button

Drive modes

Lighten up

Dials

Though not as small as its less-expensive siblings, the E-620 has a relatively lightweight, compact design.
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You can program the Fn button to pull up face detect mode, live preview, set manual white balance, return AF point to its default position, enable manual focus, raw+JPEG override and Olympus' MyMode custom settings. To program it, though, you have to enable it in the menus via the Menu Display option.
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A drive mode button to the left of the viewfinder offers up single shot, high (4fps) and low (1-3fps) speed burst, 2 or 12 second self-timers and remote/delayed remote operation.
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In a nice touch, the labels on the these buttons illuminate.
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The mode dial sits to the left of the viewfinder, containing the usual array of modes: Program, aperture/shutter-priority, and manual (PASM); the most frequently used scene program modes; full auto; and Art/Scene, in which you can select from the handful of Olympus' Art Filters or an additional set of scene program modes.
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