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Solid user interface.
Easy to use menu system.
Manual & automatic modes.
Unique control ring.
F/1.8 i.Zuiko lens performs well.
3-inch OLED is crisp.
Captures 720p HD video.
Built in hot shoe.
Built-in support for wireless flash.
Dials front and back to adjust controls.
F2.5 at telephoto.
Quality feel, comfortable size and weight.
Custom save option.
Large image sensor.
No hand grip.
Subpar video quality.
Some images are underexposed.
Unfriendly manual focus controls.
Mode dial is too easily changed by accident.
OLED display is hard to see in bright light, making image composition more difficult.
Even shooting raw it's not quite up to the level of its better competitors.
Autofocus struggles in lowlight and macro modes.
A lot of menudiving required.
Interface might throw off even some experienced digital photographers.
No view finder.
Bulky for a compact camera.
Lens cap is a nuisance.
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
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By cnet on August 09, 2011
Enjoyable to shoot and relatively fast, the Olympus XZ-1 only stumbles when it comes to photo quality, which is very good, but not uniformly excellent as one would expect from this class of...
By Photography Bay on August 09, 2011
Overall, the Olympus XZ-1 is a great little compact camera. I find it to be right up there with the Canon G12 as a serious compact shooter.The design is solid, with a slick metal body, the smart lens selection wheel and the signature Olympus Art...
By Good Gear Guide on July 12, 2011
If you want to have fun while taking photos, then the Olympus XZ-1 is for you. It's easy to use, takes clear and rich images, and it even has useful art filters. We really like it and think it's great for novices photographers as well as pros....
By Digital Camera Buyer on May 09, 2011
The Olympus XZ-1 emphatically proves that high-end compacts are still a serious option, combining pocketability with ever-improving picture qualityOverall Our provides the latest photography news, reviews, previews, features and tecniques....
By The Luminous Landscape on May 01, 2011
When it comes to usability, its a real horse race. If you already own one of the competitive cameras mentioned I don't think that a move to the XZ-1 would gain you much. But if you're in the market for a pocket camera capable of producing decent...
By TechReviewSource on April 25, 2011
The Olympus XZ-1 is a 10-megapixel digital camera that features automatic and manual controls, RAW shooting, a hot shoe and a 3-inch OLED display. While targeted at more experienced photographers that don't want to spend a lot of money for good...
By PC Advisor on April 20, 2011
The XZ-1's blend of manual features and tutorial modes make it a good fit for experienced shooters or anyone who wants a pocketable camera they can get to know and ultimately grow into. Expect a learning curve, but one that ultimately offers some...
By The Imaging Resource on April 19, 2011
Olympus has entered the flagship digicam fight with a winner. It's learned from its competitors, avoiding the brick in favor of an almost too svelte box, adding a manual control with the lens ring, including a pop-up flash and a hot shoe, avoiding...
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