Olympus Stylus 750 Video
At PMA 2006, we take a look at the Olympus Stylus 720SW which is a waterproof snapshot camera that also incorporates protection against drops and bumps.
Enthusiasts will love this camera's full manual control over exposure and focus, 10X optical zoom, and Super Macro capabilities, but it offers enough automation to soothe neophytes, too.
A basic camera, the Olympus Stylus 500 Digital is a good option for outdoorsy snapshot photographers who don't want to worry about the weather or fuss with camera settings.
The Olympus FE-120 offers decent 6-megapixel picture quality and a capable burst mode, but its lack of manual controls makes it strictly a snapshooter's mainstay.
The Olympus FE Series of digital cameras includes basic point-and-shoot cameras with little control over manual settings for the budget buyer.
Get a first look at the new Olympus Stylus 740, the company's latest all-weather camera.
For those who need a tough, waterproof, and ultracompact digital camera, the Olympus Stylus 720 SW's strengths outweigh some frustrating usability issues.
The Olympus Stylus 760 is a great choice if you simply want a small, light, and weather-resistant camera, but beware of image flaws.
The Olympus Stylus FE-290 is a basic 7-megapixel digital camera with a 3-inch LCD and a wider-than-usual lens.
This weather-resistant Olympus Stylus 800 has more advanced features than its predecessors but still misses on photo quality.