Olympus FE-210

Review Date : Mon, 16 Jul 2007

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Olympus FE-210

If you want good image quality in an attractively designed body, then Nikon's L10 could be the answer

Pros: Image quality, Design
Cons: ISO can’t be set manually

The FE-210 has a good spec to go with its attractive design and good image quality. Along with the Pentax E30 it has a 7MP sensor and a 3x optical zoom with an ISO range of 64-640. There are 15 scene modes and using the most relevant mode will improve on using the Auto mode.

The FE-210 uses xD cards for storage. ISO selection is automated, leaving you no option of overriding it. You can set the image size but, because of the in-camera ISO selection, it means you occasionally get more noise from the higher ISO settings than you bargained for. Having said that, image quality is consistent over a range of subjects indoors and out, and noise is generally low throughout the images taken.


When buying one of these cameras you need to bear in mind that they are the manufacturers’ entry-level models and they will lack certain features available on cameras with a higher price. Having said that, it offers a good range of options for the price.

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Overall Score 82%