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Olympus SP Bluefield WV

The UZ in the Olympus SP-510 UZ stands for Ultra zoom, and with a long 10x zoom lens, it seems appropriate. With a resolution of 7.1 megapixels, the Olympus SP-510 UZ (which is an update to the SP-500 UZ) sounds like a steal at $329.99.

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Olympus SP

Olympus SP-510 Review

Reader Score: 6.87 (out of 10)
First Impressions (Preview): "The UZ in the Olympus SP-510 UZ stands for Ultra zoom, and with a long 10x zoom lens, it seems appropriate. With a resolution of 7.1 megapixels, the Olympus SP-510 UZ (which is an update to the SP-500 UZ) sounds like a steal at $329.99. Armed with an impressive set of features including image stabilization, a decent movie mode, long battery life and an extremely high maximum ISO setting of 4000, it seems like SP-510 UZ could be a strong value.

The SP-510 UZ has a number of nice improvements over the SP-500 UZ. There's more resolution, electronic image stabilization and a number of other small improvements. And the price has dropped: the SP-500 UZ was launched at $379, while the SP-510 UZ is launched at $329.95. That's a pretty considerable drop which makes the camera even more attractive. The bulky case and weight will put of some users, but if you are looking for a well-featured camera with a zoom long enough to focus on the wildlife, the SP-510 UZ is definitely worth considering." ...

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