Olympus D-425 Digital Camera Review

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Image Parameters

Picture Effects Mode*(0.0)

*There are no picture effects settings available on this camera, a feature which is often included as an incentive on lower priced models and which creates tints like Black and White, Sepia, and Vivid toning effects. Picture effects provide users with an opportunity to vary their shooting palette without having to deal with editing software on personal computers. For example, the Samsung Digimax 250 is within the same price range as the D-425 and offers the user the option of B&W, Normal, and Sepia tone effects. These settings are often nice to have as basic options for creating different moods and styles, but do not always appear flattering on lower priced cameras.

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Sections

  1. Testing / Performance
  2. Physical Tour
  3. Components
  4. Design / Layout
  5. Modes
  6. Control Options
  7. Image Parameters
  8. Connectivity / Extras
  9. Overall Impressions
  10. Conclusion
  11. Specs

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