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Olympus Mju 700 Review

Posted on Thursday, September 21 2006 @ 00:07:20 CEST by LSDsmurf


One of the first things to mention about the Mju 700 is that it takes xD cards rather than the more common SD cards. This is an even smaller card that the SD and is really only used by Olympus and Fuji. If you're trading up from an older camera then it's possible that your existing cards won't fit but then given the lurch in megapixels lately you might be as well buying a new higher capacity card anyway. There's a built in memory that allows you to store 5 pictures at “super high quality” but as with most cameras you'll want to budget for a 512MB or larger card. These cost a couple of pounds more than SD but one of the internet suppliers should be able to sort you out for less than 20 quid.



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