DCRP Review: Olympus Stylus 400
by Jeff Keller, DCRP Founder/Editor
Last Updated: Tuesday, June 10, 2003

You read our review of this camera, right?

The photographs below were taken at default settings at SHQ quality, with the ISO fixed at 100.

Photos 1-5 were taken during the Bay to Breakers race, a crazy San Francisco tradition.

Photos 6-10 were taken on a recent trip to my future home (Brentwood, CA), where we did some cherry picking.

Photos 11-14 are from Crissy Field / Fort Point.

Clicking on the thumbnail will display a reduced, 800 x 600 image. Clicking on the link below that will show the full-size (large!) image. Please do not judge the photo quality from any image except for the full-size image, as these smaller images were recompressed when they were downsized.

I've noted any special modes I used underneath the photo. You can click on "View EXIF data" to get additional information about each photo. 


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Note the Iraq's Most Wanted cards in the background

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Saddam has been located.

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My future home....

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My future street

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My future cabinets

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Now this is what I call a handheld macro shot!

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Cloudy...

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An action shot for you.

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