24x optical zoom lens.
Compact metal body.
Fast high-speed shooting modes.
In-camera panorama stitching.
HD Video recording limited to 720p.
Noise at higher ISOs.
By PhotographyBLOG on January 22, 2013
The Olympus SZ-14 is a pocketable 14-megapixel travel-zoom camera offering a 24x optical zoom with a focal range of 25-600mm, TruePic III+ processing engine, sensor-shift image stabilisation, “Advanced Face Detection” and “Shadow...80
By Tech2 on September 14, 2012
and Pricing in India The Olympus SZ-14 retails with a 4GB SD card for Rs. 16,990, which is the MRP. Go out in the market and you should be able to buy it for a few hundred rupees less, along with a pouch. Some online shopping websites are selling this...55
By DigitalVersus on July 10, 2012
While the Olympus SZ-30 MR was a pleasant camera with good performances, our tests merely confirmed our suspicions about this mid-range version with its scaled-down specs: it's not as good. You're therefore better off looking for a cut-price...60
By Expert Reviews on May 19, 2012
A massive 24x zoom and an extremely competitive price, but the sensor doesn't pull its weight and image quality suffers...60
By TechRadar on April 24, 2012
Although there may be a few issues that could be improved upon, such as the non-standard USB interface and the iESP metering system's propensity for overexposure, the Olympus SZ-14 still represents good value for the price. Point and shoot...80
By CNET Australia on April 18, 2012
The SZ-14 is a fun camera to shoot with, offering a long, 24x optical zoom lens and plenty of creative filters to boot, but it doesn't offer the best image quality for your...72
By What Digital Camera on April 12, 2012
Olympus' Super Zoom series combines 14-megpaixel resolution and a long optical zoom lens that gives the (35mm film equivalent) focal length of 25-600mm, so more than enough range to cover almost any shooting task from landscapes to wildlife and bird...89
By Pocket-lint on April 06, 2012
User friendly budget-priced travel zoom omits the higher-end rival likes of GPS and Full HD video, but offers most features that casual snappers would want and for a value added price tag that won’t bust a...70
By Buy-n-Shoot on April 03, 2012
At $349 it’s actually a tough segment to satisfy. On one side of the ledger you’ve got buyers wanting plenty of options, features that perform and an expectation that $349 of their hard earned must give them a good return. The other side of...80
By Digital Photography School on April 01, 2012
This review camera dropped out of the box — in bright red! Talk about making a statement!I’m not sure how you all feel about CICs — cameras in colours. It’s not that important to me, except for the benefit of making the control...-