Digital Cameras - 2009 Spring video reviews Olympus E-620 Digital SLR
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The Olympus E-620 is a compact digital SLR, featuring image stabilisation and a variety of 'art filters' and aspect ratio options. The lens in the video is a fixed 25mm pancake lens, which makes the camera easily pocketable, and while it's likely that users are going to use larger lenses, the camera body is still relatively small.
The 12.3Mp E-620, according to Olympus, weighs only 475g (without the battery) and has compact dimensions in keeping with its lightweight frame. It features a 2.7 inch adjustable display, 29 scene modes and a maximum ISO sensitivity of 3,200.
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