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The biggest thing about the Olympus SP-500 UltraZoom is the lens: it's an impressive 10X model that is significantly longer than those on most point-and-shoot…
£300 inc VAT
The Olympus E-500 is the latest model to join the increasingly competitive budget digital SLR camera market, sporting 8Mp (megapixels), a unique antidust system and a…
£675 inc VAT
The mju 700 is the latest in Olympus' range of compact, no-fuss digital cameras, designed for beginners. It's attractively priced, but it lacks durability. There are…
£230 inc VAT
A bargain at less than £100, this model from Olympus produces reasonable detail and balanced colours - in ideal conditions.
£90 inc VAT
While many low-cost digital SLRs are compromised in terms of features, Olympus is bucking the trend with its Olympus Evolt E-510.
£599 inc VAT
The Olympus Mju820’s subtly asymmetrical design makes it feel much smaller than it really is. It’s only when you compare it side-by-side with other compact cameras…
£180 inc VAT
The Olympus Stylus 770 SW is a rugged and reasonably good looking 7Mp point-and-shoot camera. And that's pretty much where the praise runs out.
£237 inc VAT
The Olympus mju 820’s subtly asymmetrical design makes it feel much smaller than it really is.
£180 inc VAT
The 8Mp Olympus FE-280 costs £135 - a pretty low price. It comes with a good user guide for beginners but offers few manual settings. Image quality is merely average.
£135 inc VAT
Just breaking the £200 barrier – although it's a safe bet retailers will price it at a more appealing level – is this waterproof (to 3m deep) and 'drop proof' (from…
£210 inc VAT
If you are a fan of past Olympus Mju cameras then the Olympus Mju 1200 will be right up your alley.
£249 inc VAT
The compact and sturdily constructed Olympus E-410 (an updated version of the year-old E-400) is the baby of the Olympus digital SLR family, a 10Mp entry-level model…
£300 inc VAT
The range-topping Olympus E-3 sports a 10Mp Live MOS chip and is the most professional digital SLR camera to date to carry the Olympus branding.
£1,100 inc VAT
The Olympus mju 850 SW is a truly waterproof, shockproof compact digital camera that doesn't sacrifice its looks or portability. It's not bad at taking pictures, either.
£199 inc VAT
Olympus' entry into the megazoom class delivers the greatest magnification rating of any camera we've seen. Using the Olympus SP-570 UZ at 20X, photos taken at a…
£379 inc VAT
If you're searching for a dependable portable audio recording solution, you can't get much better than the Olympus Linear PCM Recorder LS-10.
£259 inc VAT
Not only is it one of the most lightweight and compact models in the world, the Olympus E-420 is an inexpensive DSLR that's a mighty £170 less than its Olympus E-410…
£330 inc VAT
If you're an avid explorer (or a walking disaster), feast your eyes on the rugged charms of the Olympus Mju 1050 SW.
£199 inc VAT
The Olympus E-520 is the replacement for the maker's popular mid-range E-510 DSLR camera.
£470 inc VAT
Clad in a choice of either sophisticated matt black or brushed silver with chrome detailing and with dimensions just a tad wider than a credit card, it's a surprise…
£119 inc VAT