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Olympus SuperZoom 800S

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Olympus SuperZoom 700 XB

This camera detracts from Olympus' styling, and opts for something less sophisticated - but with its large viewfinder, good zoom, and some flash and focus control, it is good value at this level. The sliding control on the front doubles up to control both flash, and focus, but is difficult to use when looking through the viewfinder. The shutter button is not very positive and has a rubbery feel.

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Olympus AF-10 XB

The AF10 XB is Olympus' entry level 35mm compact, but does have a lot going for it, notably the large viewfinder (which is popular with a number of manufacturers), the auto focus, and the point-and-shoot simplicity. The camera has a wide-angle lens, which means it is also very good for quick grab shots, and group photographs. Build quality is not bad either.

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Olympus AF10 Mini

Quite a small compact camera that has a nice finish to it, and is very pocketable. It has a wide-angle lens only and a bright viewfinder that makes it easy to frame most subjects, even against the light. All the controls, (what few there are) fall easily to hand, and are positive in operation. Size and function are the main points in this cameras favour.

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Olympus TRIP XB40AF

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Olympus mju II Zoom 80

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Olympus mju II Zoom 70

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Olympus mju II

This is one of the smallest compact 35mm cameras on the market, and also has one of the best lenses - a 35mm f/2.8 optic, which gives very good results. Bells and Whistles are missing from this camera, but if you want great pictures and don't need a zoom, this could be for you. The faster f/2.8 lens will even suit slide film users, and the weatherproof casing means you don't need a case.

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Olympus SuperZoom 140S

Olympus have introduced this camera as a budget version of the more illustrious mju series - it appears to be the body casing quality that has suffered, the rest of the unit still gets the thumbs up at this level. The zoom range will require the use of faster films in order to reduce the possibility of camera shake, although there is a remote control available as well.

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Olympus SuperZoom 115

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Olympus ViewZoom 120

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Olympus mju Zoom 140

Top of the range 35mm camera which includes all the main features you would expect at this level, including weatherproofing - useful for the hikers, skiers, and more accident prone amongst us! It's a shame the camera takes so long to settle down once turned on - if you like to take grab shots, leave it on. Pretty compact for this size of zoom, so is very much a take anywhere camera.

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Olympus mju II Zoom 115

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Olympus mju ZoomWide 80

Nice shape and well designed unit akin with other Olympus zooms, the main feature here is the 28-80mm zoom which is a corker. A good range of flash features for indoor use and fill-in outdoor, it is great for people shots and the great outdoors. Three main buttons control all you need so it really is a case of pick up, switch on, zoom , fire...

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Minolta TC-1

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Nikon AF 240

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Nikon OneTouchZoom 90

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Nikon LiteTouchZoom 120ED

This is one of the best Nikon compacts for some time and uses their latest lens technology to produce a cracking zoom that gives great results. Apart from the lens (which is the best bit!), the camera has some neat touches, including eyepiece correction for spectacle wearers, and a wider auto focus area to reduce out-of-focus photos. The sliding lens cover acts as the on/off switch, the flash popping up, ready for use.

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Nikon LiteTouchZoom 70W

Nikon have come up trumps with their wide zoom compact - it's very good value and works very well, with all the essentials for point-and-shoot photography, and enough wide-angle to get Auntie Mabel in as well. Sporting a nice silver shell with gold livery, it looks nice too. Unfortunately it?doesn't possess the ED glass lens of its bigger brother, but you can't have everything!

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Minolta Riva Zoom 105

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