Olympus SZ-14 Review

January 22, 2013 | Gavin Stoker |

Review Roundup

Reviews of the Olympus SZ-14 from around the web.

ephotozine.com »

The Olympus SZ-14 was released in January 2012 alongside the SZ-11 to expand the Olympus SZ range of cameras and combines a 24x optical zoom lens in a compact body. It is available in red, black and silver for £194.00.
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reviews.cnet.co.uk »

The SZ-14 represents great value for money for a camera with so long a zoom. Image quality is good, colours are bright and the build quality and menus are excellent. The panorama mode is a little fiddly, but otherwise it's a good job well done.
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digitalversus.com »

Back last year, the 24x (25-600 mm) zoom lens in the SZ-30 MR stood out in a market in which even high-end superzooms maxed out at 18x. One year down the line it's still a record-holder, and now Olympus is rolling out this lens into the mid-range SZ-14.
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digital-photography-school.com »

This review camera dropped out of the box - in bright red! Talk about making a statement! I’m not sure how you all feel about CICs - cameras in colours. It’s not that important to me, except for the benefit of making the control IDs more visible.
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