olympus stylus epic

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  1. Grosh

    Grosh TPF Noob!

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    im going to get one of these tomorrow, i heard theyre great, stick that **** in my pocket and see where it goes from there

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    anyone else have or used to have one of those?
     
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    Yes. The Stylus Epic (no zoom) is my favorite point-n-shoot of all time. I've had 2; one was stolen, and the other busted when I crushed it in a bike wreck. Lens quality is excellent, and they always did a great job with metering too.

    When I worked at the lab/camera store I recommended it to local pros who wanted a PNS. Always got back rave reviews. The only thing that I didn't like was how close the flash is to the lens. If Olympus would put a PC socket on that camera for off camera flash it would be the perfect tiny camera for me.

    I'd buy another, but I found the Ansco Titan, which while twice as big as the Epic, still fits in my pocket, and does 6x6 on 120 film.
     

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