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Olympus Stylus 750 Review

Posted on Sunday, October 08 2006 @ 01:05:32 CEST by LSDsmurf

The Stylus 750's sturdy metal body is a gentle wedge shape, making the camera extremely comfortable for one-handed use. However, the tapered left side makes it even more awkward for left-handed users than most point-and-shoots. The controls are mostly flat buttons that are responsive under the thumb, but extremely similar in feel. It's easy to accidentally hit the menu button instead of the direction pad when looking over photos. The power and the image-stabilization buttons sit on either side of the shutter release, but they're recessed enough that you probably won't accidentally press them while shooting.

Link: CNET


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