Olympus SP-610UZ Review

July 13, 2011 | Zoltan Arva-Toth |

Review Roundup

Reviews of the Olympus SP-610UZ from around the web.

ephotozine.com »

The Olympus SP-610UZ was launched in January 2011, joining the range of ultra-zoom compacts in the SP series. It can take close-up and group shots with the 22x optical zoom making it ideal for holidays and sports. The SP-610UZ is available in black for £159.
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whatdigitalcamera.com »

For those looking for a large focal range in a small body, there is more choice on the market than ever before. Not only do a host of small compact cameras now offer large focal ranges, but the once-expensive superzoom market now features a host of models available at an affordable price. The Olympus SP-610UZ is one such model, offering a 22x optical zoom and specification to match in a relatively compact body and at an affordable price point.
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digitalversus.com »

After ditching the manual modes and optical viewfinders from its bridge cameras, Olympus seems to be watering down this year's models even more. The new SP-610 UZ looks like a bridge but is clearly aimed entirely at point-and-shoot consumer users who don't want much more than a good choice of automatic modes. With its 22x zoom lens and original design and handling, this camera is an interesting alternative to regular superzoom compacts, including Olympus' own SZ-30.
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