Olympus Stylus 100 Wide Point and Shoot

Olympus Stylus 100 Wide Point and Shoot 


All-Weather, 35mm point-and-shoot camera

  • Lens: 28-100mm f/4.6-11.9
  • Passive type multi auto-focus w. Focus lock
  • Min focus: 2.ft. (0.6m)
  • Exposure: Auto w. spot meter mode
  • Pop-up flash w. multiple flash modes, including redey-reduction, Night Scene, and off


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    [Jul 18, 2006]


    28mm f/4.6 ED lens
    28-100 range is ideal for people photography
    Spot metering - definitely useful in the sunny tropics (long SBR situations)
    Weatherproof - shot it in tropical thunderstorms


    100mm F/11.9 ED lens
    Weak flash output power
    Plastic construction
    Minimum focusing distance of 2ft is a bit too long compared to the typical SLR with 28mm

    Excellent little camera for my use. I am a wide-angle person, so most shots are 28mm. Put in a Superia 400 film, and you are guaranteed with great results. Shot a wedding with it, and its picture quality actually rivals my OM-4 with the 28mm Zuiko. Super-sharp ED lens considering it a point-and-shoot. Excellent resolution and very good contrast. Smooth tonal response with the 200-400 speed negative films.

    I love the all-weather construction and spot metering, too. It is definitely a pro-SLR grade camera to fit in my pocket.

    It's just a great little camera.

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