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Olympus Stylus FE-210 7MP Digital Camera with Digital Image Stabilized 3x Optical Zoom

by Olympus

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  • 7.1-megapixel CCD captures enough detail for photo-quality 15 x 20-inch prints
  • 3x optical zoom with Digital Image Stabilization Mode; 2.5-inch LCD display
  • 16 Shooting modes including Movie
  • My Favorites feature for easy access to popular pictures
  • One-Touch Easy Print mode with PictBridge-enabled printers
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 1.2 x 2.5 inches ; 6.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000LXZKRE
  • Item model number: 225930
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,678 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 25, 2007

Product Description

Product Description

MD) CL) AA) OLYMPUS FE-210 DIG CAM

From the Manufacturer

Digital photography made easy! Built-in help guides, one-touch operations, preset scene modes, and a large LCD are just a few of the features that make using the FE-210 simple and fun.

Stylus FE-210 Highlights

7.1 megapixels The FE-210’s high-resolution CCD delivers superior image quality for larger prints without sacrificing detail.

Built-in help guides Learn as you go. A brief description of camera settings and features can be conveniently displayed on the LCD at the push of a button.

Shooting guide Let the camera do it all! You just need to select the type of shot or effect you want and the shooting guide will automatically adjust the camera’s settings for you.

16 shooting modes including Movie Getting the best shot has never been easier! Preset shooting modes optimize the camera’s settings for any shooting situation to ensure you capture a great shot. Select Scene Modes such as Portrait, Landscape, Night Scene, Sports and more. Records TV-quality AVI movies (640 x 480 resolution at 15fps) up to the capacity of your xD card.

Digital image stabilization Freeze the action! With high ISO sensitivity and faster shutter speeds, you can capture sharp, blur-free images, even if you or your subject is moving.

2.5-inch LCD The large, bright LCD (154,000 pixels) provides easy shooting and sharing of your images with friends and family.

3x optical zoom The precision-crafted Olympus lens delivers sharper, clearer images and brings you closer to the action without taking a step.

My Favorites Always keep your favorite memories with you! This in-camera album allows you to store up to 9 of your favorite images to share with friends and family anytime -- using a minimal amount of memory.

One-touch easy print Prints at the click of a button. Simply, connect your camera to any PictBridge-enabled printer. No computer necessary.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Shutter speed and or reaction speed is slow leaving time for instability.
Sing T. Loc
The lag time is what it is for most dig cameras, you can't spend a hundred bucks and think you will get something that speedy.
Lisa Adams
This is a very good camera with all the features you need, and easy to use and giving you a superior quality.
Jose Garcia

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Michelle Kelly on June 28, 2007
I purchased this camera as a backup to my Olympus Ultra zoom (which I Love) for a vacation in Disney. I read the reviews but never noticed anyone complain about the lag time between focusing and actually taking the picture. It is SLOW! If you have a toddler and need to snap a quick picture, keep looking at other cameras. I missed more fantastic shots because of this lag time. I did further investigating when I got home thinking maybe it was my choice in batteries and found that out of 87 cameras reviewed it was the 2nd slowest.

The picture quality is fine. It is easy to use and extremely small but it eats batteries. I can go a full day in Disney with my ultra zoon and I had to change my FE-210 batteries twice to keep up with my other camera.

My recommendation is to save your money and get a better Olympus!
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Pierson on May 21, 2007
and if you want image quality, don't buy this camera. I have a six year old Olympus C-2100 ultra zoom 2.1 MP camera, and the reason I have never upgraded is because the image quality is simply sensational on that camera. So I bought another Olympus thinking that the state of the art would have improved even more. However, my six year old camera simply blows away this one when it comes to image quality. Yes, it's big and clunky compared to this one, and this camera is easier to use, but at the end of the day what difference does that make if the pictures aren't as good?

Specifically, the edges are too "soft", particularly indoors with the relatively weak flash. Also very grainy in low-light situations.

I was simply astounded when I compared the 400KB jpeg files from my old camera to the 2.5MB pictures from this one. There is really no comparison. Everything from color correction, color fidelity, sharpness, graininess: simply EVERYTHING is better on the old images.

So next time I'm looking for a compact camera, I'll do more homework first. I think it's back to the store with this one, which I have dubbed the "disc camera" (remember those?) of digital cameras.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By David on April 11, 2007
I've owned a 3MP Olympus for years and really like it so I went with Olympus again. These 7MP pictures aren't as clear as my older camera, especially indoors. I did want a smaller, lighter camera and I did get that. I do like the size and I definitely wanted one that took AA batteries so it will work for me since I just am a very amateur photographer but for those who take it more seriously I would go with something else.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin Kozera on January 22, 2008
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I gave this camera as a gift this past Christmas. I had a chance to use it and I give it a big thumbs up. Now, keep in mind this is a point and shoot style camera and if you're looking for 'pro' features and quality, go look at a Canon or Nikon SLR. I do reccomend this for a first time buyer on a budget and wants easy straight forward controls. It has high resolution for the price range, enough optical zoom to work with and a unique help screen that gives you tips and hints on how to take better photos in different situations.

This little camera is tough to beat since not many other manufacturers offer simlar features in this price range. The next closest one I would consider would be the Nikon L15 simply for it's size. I own Canon cameras myself but they don't offer one quite this small unless you spend $250 or more.

It does offer many automatic settings which will adjust settings to most typical shooting situations. I did notice that the flash can either overpower and washout photos if you're too close or be underpowered if you try to zoom on a subject in low light settings. There isn't much you can do but I suggest that you try to use the flast on subjects atleast 5-6 feet from the camera and no more than 8-10 feet. There's not much you can do to compensate for the lighting other than to have actual light on your subject. But for just over 100 some odd bucks, this is a camera worth looking at.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Happy Costumer on July 27, 2007
Even with lights turned on in the house AND flash..the photos come out dark and very "noisy" or pixelated...even while shooting on the highest quality. I thought I could trust a brand like Olympus but I'm sooo unhappy with this camera. I hate it; I suggest you save your money and get something else.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By M. M. Batt on July 5, 2007
This past week I've gone through two brand new Sony cameras and returned them within days, very disappointed. I am FINALLY pleased with this camera! The only drawback so far is no sound for the movie - which is just ridiculous. Why would anyone want to shoot a silent movie, Olympus? However, the picture quality is very good, and the automated settings seem to be wonderful.

Buyer beware - this camera requires an OLYMPUS xd card for special features such as Panorama and Art Work. Any other kind of card will certainly work, but just not for the said features. And although this camera is awesome, I too wonder why the picture quality isn't AS good as my old, chunky 3.2mp Sony. They lost quality for megapixels - BIG BUMMER!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Joe on February 17, 2008
Unless you have brand new Duracell or Energizer batteries in there, it will likely say "Empty Battery" and shut down. Since rechargeable batteries have slightly lower voltage, you will not get very far with it, or be continually charging batteries. Testing out the batteries with a tester and have the dial rate them Good and/or green is not good enough for this little pest. It may be a defective sensor, but I have a feeling this new camera will be in a landfill before the week is out.

Back to 35mm. It have served me well for 25 years.
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