As it was clearly designed to do, the Olympus SP100-EE immediately caught our attention when we first laid hands on it. It's a handsome camera, especially considering it's all plastic and costs right around $350. The dotsight feature is an innovative, clever way of solving a common superzoom problem, and there are enough features and controls to keep most shooters happy. Unfortuantely, the SP-100EE is let down in one area: image quality.
Beyond that, the Olympus SP100 is a relatively straightforward ultrazoom camera. At its heart sits a 1/2.3-inch type, 16-megapixel, backside-illuminated CMOS image sensor coupled to a TruePic VII. image processor. Together, the pairing allows sensitivities from ISO 125 to 6400 equivalents. Olympus also includes an Auto ISO function, and a High mode of unstated sensitivity. Full-resolution burst shooting is possible at a fast 7 frames per second, but with a buffer depth of only six images. For a much bigger buffer, you can reduce the capture rate to just 2.5 fps, and gain a burst depth of 200 images. There are also two much faster 20 and 60 fps rates, both with buffer depths of 60 images, but a reduced resolution of three megapixels.
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L. S. I have the Olympus SP100ee tested, I found it possible to keep the camera steady without a tripod (and I thought that there was also meant to light) The photos were 100% not good in Photoshop CS3 Furthermore, it was difficult to really raptors in flight well foto'ste make Lepelaar regards, SilenrocKunst