Point-and-shoot camera makers have to go the extra mile to stay in the market. The culprit? Better smartphone cameras. Higher megapixel count, smart picture taking, and it’s simpler to carry one device.
Olympus — who was first last year to announce it would discontinue some point-and-shoot models — is back with two new models that have that extra bit of tech, making them stand out in picture-taking beyond the best smartphone camera.
The Stylus SP-100EE 16 megapixel $399.99 50X optical zoom with built-in electronic viewfinder makes it easy to zoom in on far away objects. With such magnification power, difficult to have the lens pointed on fast moving objects, easily missing wildlife, sports and concert photos from the picture frame.
The camera’s unique Dot Sight technology features a special pop-up see through window with a bright crosshair that you line up with the far away object you are zoomed in. This keeps your…
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