OLYMPUS E-600 Digital SLR Camera + 14-42mm Lens £312.55 with voucher @ Dixons - HotUKDeals
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"If you're seeking an affordable way into digital SLR photography, there can be few offers which are more enticing than this Olympus E-600 Digital SLR Camera + 14-42mm Lens kit!

Fully exploiting the design possibilities of the innovative Four Thirds system, this highly portable 12.3 mp camera boasts many attractive features designed to help your photography.

In-camera image stabilisation helps to counteract camera-shake, regardless of which lens you have fitted. This provides a less expensive solution to stabilisation than lens-based systems. In addition, a 2.7" LCD swivel display lets you take pictures at all sorts of awkward angles, and is extremely useful for candid portraiture!

You also get an optical viewfinder with 95% coverage, Face Detection technology for great group portraits, an integral dust reduction system, and three in-camera art filters - Pop Art, Soft Focus, and Pin Hole. The Olympus E600 also has a 4fps burst mode, for capturing fast-moving action.

The Olympus E-600 Digital SLR Camera is supplied with a ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 lens, which has a 35mm equivalent focal length of 28-84mm. This high quality lens is ideal for capturing anything from a landscape to a portrait, and provides a good foundation for an expandable camera kit.

With a host of exposure modes available, including all of the traditional shooting modes used by more experienced photographers, as well as RAW or JPEG processing, the Olympus E-600 Digital SLR Camera + 14-42mm Lens will help you to realise your full creative potential!"

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Good camera and lens for the money. Quite small for a DSLR - so worth handling one to see if it suits you, good range of quality lenses are available, I understand this is the same body as the E-620 - but only is missing the art filters of this newer model.
This is an exclusive DGS model, basically the E-620 with some functions missing (missing functions would not be important to me) . I had a look at it in Currys when it was 399 and I liked it. The camera handles well and has one of the brighter viewfinders and combined with a good focus ring, manual focussing is actual possible (which isn't easy to do on Nikon and Canon). Also the LCD is sharp and bright and swivels out and up (like on the Panny GH1 models). It's a good price if you can live the smaller sensor of the Olympus/Panny SLR system (restricts the size of your enlargements compared to an APS sensor of most other SLR makes..
A good camera. I would be interested to hear why you think the smaller sensor of the four thirds system will restrict the size of your enlargements. Noise concerns? I can't imagine it would be a problem, most people don't print bigger than A3 and this would be fine for that.
How does this compare to a Nikon D3000 ?
TIt's a good price if you can live the smaller sensor of the Olympus/Panny SLR system (restricts the size of your enlargements compared to an APS sensor of most other SLR makes..

Yes the sensor is a bit smaller than the APS one - but I have a far older E1 - which is half the megapixels - that will produce good quality A4 sized pictures, I've seen A3 from other photographers who've used the E1. I'd think that this E600 would comfortably produce A3 sized - good quality pictures.

The made issue with the smaller sensor is digital noise at higher ISOs, so low light high ISO pictures aren't quite as good as the competition - so for photographers that need ISO 1600+ then the other brands maybe preferrable.

However - the smaller sensor works in favour in other areas - such as wildlife, being out and about, using telephoto - cause of the 2x crop factor, and the smaller lenses mean that equipment isn't so heavy to lug about.
As someone with an irritatingly large and heavy metal DSLR I can suggest that it would be hard to overestimate the value of smallness! A camera you you have with you trounces the one you have at home, whatever that may be.
you can also get it cheaper at currys site with the 5all discount code :thumbsup:
you can also get it cheaper at currys site with the 5all discount code :thumbsup:

That's right. It is now back in stock online @ Currys, after previously selling out:


I don't know if it is possible to unexpire the above deal?
Ok camera but focus & shoot speed is slower than Canon/Nikon DSLR's ; it does have a good live view implementation though & a good lens
the olympus 40-150 lens has been reduced to £99.99,also you get another fiver off with the above discount code if you buy it with the camera at currys :)

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