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Olympus SP100EE Digital Compact Camera (16MP, 50x Super Wide Zoom, Built-in Dot Sight) 3.0 inch LCD

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  • 50x super‑wide optical zoom (24‑1200mm*)
  • 100x with Super‑Resolution Zoom
  • iHS Technology
  • 16 Megapixel backlit CMOS
  • TruePic VII image processor

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  • Product Dimensions: 12.2 x 13.3 x 9.1 cm ; 594 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.1 Kg
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: SP100EE
  • ASIN: B00HWRHGEW
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 29 Jan 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 270 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s the STYLUS SP-100EE (Eagle’s Eye) – ready for your globetrotting travels. Its 50x optical Ultra Zoom lens and keen Dot Sight enable you to hone in on your subject, even from miles away, and capture it precisely. The conveniently placed Focus button gives you the control and the creative freedom you need to get just the right shot you want. With its professional shooting style based on Olympus OM-D cameras, the SP-100EE takes your photography to different heights.

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Looking for a travelling wonder that’s …

Precise enough for any subject

On the dot precision that’s as sharp as a pin – a reality with the SP-100EE. The integrated Dot Sight feature is an Olympus first in such a compact traveller camera. It enables you to keep your sights on the subject – whether zooming in from afar or when it's on the move. Get the precise photo you want, without the need for extra accessories.

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Flexible enough for any land or cityscape

Ready to go wherever your creativity takes you, the SP-100EE opens up a world of shooting options – no matter where you are. From just a single all-in-one lens delivering brilliant and clear pictures or movies. The 50x Long optical zoom, with a focal length between a 24mm and 1200mm*, brings new land or cityscape into your sights and creative perspectives to the palm of your hand.

* Equivalent to a 35mm camera

Easy enough for any user

Convenient one-touch buttons for fast control are part and parcel of the SP-100EE – so you can say goodbye to bothersome fiddling with settings in the most inconvenient moments. This STYLUS traveller gives you a range of controls at your fingertips. Including a handy Auto Lock and Manual Focus button with Focus Limit to fast Zoom lever. Just the way you like things: easy.

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Small lens delivers big zoom results

Think of all that you can do with a 50x Long optical zoom – like capture more creative shots, get ultra-close to subjects or pan out to super-telephoto without compromising on image quality. Thanks to the SP-100EE’s focal lengths of 24 to 1200mm*, with an aperture range of 1:2.9 to 6.5, all this is possible and more. Just let your creativity reign free.

* Equivalent to a 35mm camera

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Capture your subject precisely

Integrated in the pop-up flash is where you’ll find Dot Sight Framing Assist. It keeps your subject in full sight, which is absolutely great when it is moving or far away. And because Dot Sight is built into the SP-100EE, you don’t have to lug around an extra accessory – the camera remains compact and lightweight. The result is a sharp photo that precisely reflects your spur-of-the-moment creativity and keen eye.

Experience a different shooting style
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Engineered with the Olympus OM-D camera series in mind, the SP-100EE lets you take your shooting style to a different level using a compact camera. Switch from using the LCD display associated with point-and-shoot cameras – and discover what it means to gain a fine-tuned sense for your scene or subject through the Electronic Viewfinder (EVF). Feel the difference.

Enjoy photos with more depth

If you’ve ever wanted to capture that perfect, beautiful image without the autofocus interfering, then Autofocus Lock is just right for you. Simply, at a press of a single button, you can take control over the camera’s focus. The button also gives you access to Focus Limit, which restricts the focus range – enabling you to determine the focus for the scene or situation and capture the picture you want.

Box Contains

Olympus SP-100EE digital camera
LI‑92B Rechargeable Lithium‑Ion battery
F-2AC AC Adapter
CB‑USB8 USB Cable
Neck strap
Instruction Manual
World Wide Warranty Card
Olympus Viewer 3 Software CD-ROM
Lens Cap

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chris Hoare TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 15 Jun 2014
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2014 is the year of the superzoom camera; with all the manufacturers pushing their lenses further and further.

The Olympus SP-100ee comes with a 50x zoom running from a reasonably wide angle 24mm to 1200mm. The camera itself is midway from a compact camera to an SLR; so its not pocketable but its far from bulky.

The sensor is tiny and 16 megapixels which is improved by the lens allowing more light through than some of its competitors. The 100ee’s big selling point is the Olympus solution to using that large zoom and finding your target. Most camera’s have a rear screen to help you focus; Olympus have that covered. Some Camera’s have an electronic viewfinder (EVF) ; and Olympus have you covered there (though the EVF is very laggy and the image is quite small.) The difficulty with either of these is tracking subjects at high zooms; to move that forward Olympus have used a Reflex Holographic sight (A red dot sight as you might find on a rifle.) You access it via a button on the side of the flash; the sight pops up and you get a red dot to aim at your subject. There is a calibration wheel to help you dial it in for your eyes; and once you have the red dot sight is great for taking stills and even better for tracking video.

Unfortunately the reflex sight doesn’t give you any information about the zoom you have selected; it would be excellent if the site could indicate the frame you have (a bit like canon’s zoom preview system.) The red dot sight is where a flash hotshoe might have been so you are limited to the onboard flash.

The Camera is pleasant to use; its powers up and is ready to shoot quickly. The zoom is pretty quick in and out (and there are two sets of buttons to do it - one by the shutter release and the other on the camera barrel.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Warleybear VINE VOICE on 18 Jun 2014
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The camera comes with the looks of a small SLR. It is light weight (although already proving stronger than it looks), easy to hold for long periods, quick to switch on and very easy to use in its basic automatic mode. The camera comes with what I found to be an impressive 50x optical zoom lens with a wide angle capability. The camera has a 16 megapixel sensor, 3inch screen viewfinder and full HD video recording. You do need to purchase a memory card. I went for a 16GB class 10 SDHC card, which provided plenty of capacity for my photo’s at the optimum picture quality range. There was also plenty of capacity for video too on the card. The camera comes without a case (as most do these days), and the battery is charged by directly plugging the camera into the mains via a supplied cord (I do like a separate charger), so I will have to buy a backup battery and charger (if they are available). The pictures I have had printed (up to roughly A4 size at the moment) have been very good from Jpeg format. After experimenting with the settings (including the ISO), the picture’s taken in low light as evening falls have been good and very favorable to my brother in laws SLR. The camera comes with manual exposure, aperture priority, special features etc. The camera does have a pop up flash, but not (like many cameras in this range) the capacity to add a more powerful unit. The camera comes with a pop up "Dot Sight Framing Assist" feature that helps aim the camera at the target. It took me a good couple of weeks to get the hang of this, but once you get used to it, it becomes invaluable at high magnification. If the red dot is on the image then it is in the field of view.Read more ›
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Sean Reilly TOP 500 REVIEWER on 29 April 2014
If you have ever picked up a powerful pair of binoculars or a telescope and had trouble finding the subject because the focus was on such a small area of the horizon then you'll understand why the Dot Framing Assist Technology is helpful. The framing assist is like a weakly powered rifle scope with a cross hair (it flips up on the top of the camera) you point the superzoomed camera by using the scope e.g. an aeroplane, bird in the sky or a boat in the distance. You would be looking at two places on the camera- at the scope to pinpoint a place on the horizon and then hopefully see it auto focus on the main 3" LCD screen. It's not quite guided laser missile technology but geeks, nerds and small boys may be overcome if held in the hand. I have daughters so they are not nearly as impressed with the gadget as I was.

I did my research and this Olympus camera is as good as any rival in this price bracket regarding picture quality. Mine was purchased as a family camera- it is a good all rounder at capturing points of interest for the family e.g.. (this is a little random but please forgive)the other day we saw a dog on a boat with a life jacket on. With a normal compact the opportunity would have quickly escaped us but with the super zoom the children were still able to capture the image of the dog from a distance!

Genuinely a great family camera for capturing moments!

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Some more technical stuff for the more geeks amongst us!...

Some other avantages of this particular camera include:
1. The 'panorama' feature which allows you to seamlessly stitch images together to create a wide panorama of a room or landscape e.t.c..
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