Olympus E-600

  • Olympus E-600
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  • Tilting LCD affords a greater variety of compositional angles, Feature-packed yet easy to use, Live View has its own dedicated button.
  • Great Value, Retains key features from the E-620


  • Lacks a firm, comfortable handgrip, Variable white balance performance
  • Less features than the E-620

Expert reviews and ratings

By DigiCamReview on 90

The Olympus E-600 Digital SLR has an impressive list of features and an appealing price tag. With the same body design and major features as the E-620, the E-600 offers a 12.3 megapixel sensor, 2.7 swivel screen, 7 point auto focus, live view,...

By Digital Arts Online on 80

Available as an exclusive through the Dixons group, the 12.3-megapixel E-600 is a rebadged, pared-down and better-value version of the E-620. For creatives theres little difference. You get the E-620s lightning-fast, 7-point twin AF...

By PC Advisor on 80

While Dixons is stocking the Olympus E-600 digital SLR camera for 399, youll be getting a mid-range model at an entry-level price. Gavin Stoker...

By Macworld on 80

Overall, with the E-600, youre getting a mid-range model at an entry-level price. The kit has two lenses, which makes it an even better deal. The fold-out and swivel LCD gives the E-600 an edge over other SLRs, as does built-in image...

By Macworld UK on 80

Currently available as an exclusive through the Dixons group, the 12.3-megapixel E-600 is a rebadged, pared-down and most importantly better-value version of the E-620. Both are aimed at photographers wanting a light and portable DSLR....

By Electronicsme on 84

If you want an inexpensive entry-level digital SLR, you can find cameras close to this one. But when you choose an inexpensive model, usually you lose great features and quality. The Olympus E-600 packs many of the high-end features into an...

By Pocket-lint on 80

Robust yet lightweight and compact model junking a few of the E-620's less essential features to offer those trading up from their first DSLR a mid range model at an entry level price. RecommendedKey specsCompactFlash, xD-Picture...

By PhotographyBLOG on 90

Like all of the Olympus E-series, with the E-600 you're getting a DSLR that anyone could carry comfortably around with them all day, taking shots as and when they present themselves. Thus, as with the Micro Four Thirds cameras that the original...

By Digital Trends on 65

At a list price of $749 for the camera body and two lenses, the Olympus E-600 may contain more bang for your buck than the more fully featured...