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The Olympus T-100 is a 12 megapixel point-and-shoot camera, released in 2010.

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Pros

in-camera photo editing tools eliminate the need for basic computer-based software

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a step-up from a disposable camera - suitable for low resolution prints and online photo sharing

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relatively high megapixel for the price point

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uses the SDHC memory card format instead of Olympus' proprietary XD card format

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Cons

recessed lens cover can easily become jammed

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battery must be charged inside camera - virtually limited to one battery

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user manual and software on CD is compatible with Windows PCs only

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doesn't come with a printed manual

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few dedicated feature buttons - most features must be activated through the menu system

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cheap plastic housing - not suitable for young children

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The Olympus T-100 is a 12 megapixel point-and-shoot camera, released in 2010. This 3x zoom camera is designed for beginners, especially teens and pre-teens. This camera is similar to the Olympus X560 WP, a basic waterproof camera with a lower 10 megapixel sensor and 3 fewer shooting modes. The T100 can automatically adjust image settings for a wide range of scenes, including portrait, landscape, night, macro or sports. A total of 21 shooting modes are included. A high sensitivity mode is also available for fast-moving action shots. Up to 12 faces can be tracked, allowing for the camera the automatically focus on a large group of subjects. Photos can be reviewed on the 2.4” LCD display, which includes access to a Creative Art Filters mode for on-camera post processing. The Olympus T100 saves photos to the xD Picture Card format.

Features
  • 12 Megapixel CCD sensor
  • 3x optical zoom
  • 2.4” LCD display
  • AF Tracking & Advanced Face Detection
  • Creative Art Filters
  • VGA movies with sound
  • In-camera Help Guide
  • 21 Shooting Modes
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