Olympus Mju 1030 SW 10.1 Megapixel Digital Camera (British Green) - Was £299.99 Now £179.99 @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Great camera. Another 5% off using RAC 5% voucher + quidco.

Specifications:
Model: [mju:] 1030 SW
Type 1/2.33 ' CCD sensor
Effective pixel number 10.1 Megapixels
Filter array Primary colour filter (RGB)
Storage media type 14.7 MB internal memory, xD-Picture Card

Lens:
Optical zoom 3.6 x
Structure 10 lenses / 8 groups with 4 aspherical glass elements
Focal length 5.0 - 18.2 mm (equiv. to 28- 102 in 35mm format)
Maximum aperture 3.5 - 5.1
Digital Zoom 5 x / 18 x combined with optical zoom
LCD monitor 6.9 cm / 2.7 ' HyperCrystal LCD with 230,000 pixels
Bright Capture Technology
Pre-Capture Mode
Perfect Shot Preview

Focusing:
System TTL iESP auto focus with contrast detection
Function Face Detection AF:
Spot Focusing: Working range Standard mode 0.5m - infinity (wide) / 0.5m - infinity (tele), Macro mode 0.1m - infinity (wide) / 0.3m - infinity (tele), Super Macro mode Closest focusing distance: 2 cm

Light Metering:
Mode ESP light metering
Function Spot metering
Histogram in shooting mode

Exposure:
Scene Programs 24 scene modes
Function Face Detection Technology, Shadow Adjustment Technology
Shutter speed 1/2 - 1/2000 s
Compensation +/- 2 EV / 1/3 steps
Sensitivity
Auto ISO 80 - 1600 Automatically selected
Manual ISO 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600
White balance
Mode Auto Sunlight, Overcast, Tungsten, Flourescent 1, Flourescent 2, Flourescent 3
WB adjustment
Preset

Flash:
Built-in flash Modes AUTO, Red-eye reduction, Fill-in, Off
Working range Wide: 3.8 m (ISO 800), Tele: 2.6 m (ISO 800)
Sequence Shooting 1.1 fps / Up to card capacity
High Speed: 3.5 fps / 12 frames 3 Megapixels
Image Processing TruePic III, Noise reduction, Pixel mapping
Function Shooting Panorama (only with optional Olympus xD-Picture Card)
Movie Processing Digital Image Stabilizer
Still Image View DCF, EXIF 2.21, PIM III, DPS: PictBridge, DPOF
Motion Picture View Frame by frame, Fast forward, Reverse playback

Editing:
Still Image Edit Black & White, Sepia, Resize, Attach a frame, Attach a title, Attach a calendar, Red-eye reduction, Correction of saturation, Shadow Adjustment Technology
Still image Calendar, Favourite, Index (4, 9, 16, 25 frames), Zoom (1.1 - 10 x), Slide show, Rotation, Histogram in playback mode, Image protect mode, Voice playback
Motion picture AVI Motion JPEG
Sound Yes , format: WAV
Motion picture mode 640 x 480 / 30 fps Recording time: 10 s
320 x 240 / 15 fps 29 min up to card capacity
Image Size 10M 3648 x 2736, 5M 2560 x 1920, 4M 2304 x 1728, 3M 2048 x 1536, 2M 1600 x 1200, 1M 1280 x 960, VGA 640 x 480, 16:9 1920 x 1080,

Power supply:
Interface Combined A/V & USB output
USB 2.0 High Speed
DC input

Other features:
Multilingual menu English / German / French / Japanese / Spanish / Russian / Portugese / Italian / Korean / Traditional Chinese / Simplified Chinese / Czech / Dutch / Danish / Polish / Swedish / Norwegian / Finnish / Croatian / Slovenian / Hungarian / Greek / Slovak / Turkish / Latvian / Estonian / Lithuanian / Ukrainian / Serbian / Thai / Arabic / Bulgarian / Romanian / Persian / Indonesian / Hebrew / Malay / Vietnamese
Weatherproof Body
Waterproof up to a water pressure equivalent to 10m depth
Crushproof up to 100kg
Freezeproof up to -10°C
Shock-proof from heights of up to 2m
Mechanical Image Stabilizer
Guide Function
Self-timer
Date/time/calendar system
Dimensions: 93.2 x 61.4 x 21.3 mm (WxHxD)
Weight 173g
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#1
http://images.play.com/covers/5125618x.jpg
banned#2
When you compare it to the £25 MJU 840 this seems expensive, but I guess its not bad?! Not voting just yet.
#3
vibeone
When you compare it to the £25 MJU 840 this seems expensive, but I guess its not bad?! Not voting just yet.
£25 mju 840 - umm, don't think so, try £120+. That camera is far inferior to this.
banned#4
whizzkid
£25 mju 840 - umm, don't think so, try £120+. That camera is far inferior to this.

It was £25 from Sainsburys - try searching the forums before telling me I'm wrong :)

Not suggesting its better, or even close, but, like I said, it makes this look expensive in comparison.
#5
vibeone
It was £25 from Sainsburys - try searching the forums before telling me I'm wrong :)

Not suggesting its better, or even close, but, like I said, it makes this look expensive in comparison.
Ahh yes, the elusive Sainsbury bargain.....
banned#6
whizzkid
Ahh yes, the elusive Sainsbury bargain.....

the one sitting on my desk next to the £11.66 Canon you mean?

http://bayimg.com/image/aanbiaabi.jpg

In all seriousness, I do understand what you are trying to say, but it was such a throwaway comment by me in the first place that you seemed to big up, I stuck to my guns etc...
#7
vibeone
the one sitting on my desk next to the £11.66 Canon you mean?

http://bayimg.com/image/aanbiaabi.jpg

In all seriousness, I do understand what you are trying to say, but it was such a throwaway comment by me in the first place that you seemed to big up, I stuck to my guns etc...
Appreciate that, but these are 2 vastly different kettles of fish -- the specs between the 2 are very different , not just in megamixels. It's actually a very decent underwater camera. Between your model and this there's 3 other models, the 850, 1010 and 1020.
banned#8
whizzkid
Appreciate that, but these are 2 vastly different kettles of fish -- the specs between the 2 are very different , not just in megamixels. It's actually a very decent underwater camera. Between your model and this there's 3 other models, the 850, 1010 and 1020.

Fairy Snuff.

I'll back away from the deal now, as I didn't really research anything about it anyway so thanks for the extra info.
#9
I took one of these to Egypt, the pictures and video are amazing, I really would recommend them to anyone, they are a great camera and well worth the money !!.

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