The Olympus Stylus 1 is a compact camera with 1/1.7" (4.5x) sensor and 11.8 megapixels manufactured from 2013 to 2015 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 12800 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 7 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 439 €;
18 users have given it an average vote of 9.2 out of 10
There is more: by registering you can create your personal page, publish photos, receive comments, join discussions and you can use all the features of JuzaPhoto. With more than 193000 members, there is space for everyone, from the beginner to the professional.
The following opinions have been automatically translated with Google Translate.
Pros:Trasportabilissima, zoom 28-300/2.8 over the entire focal range, EVF, optimum stabilizer
Cons:Noise above the ISO 1600, limited field depth because of the sensor size (from 150 to 300mm the out of the planes however is fantastic and the bokeh is not nervous but agreeable). Very standard video compartment (more than enough).
Opinion:So... let's start by saying that you don't have to compare it to ff... There's no history. But there is not even the FF when you annoy bring you 2kg of body and optics... instead the stylus 1 is there. Always (if you want). Anecdote: I learned to love it when on holiday with the family I brought the kit FF... (D750 and a pair of optics in the backpack plus a flash etc...) ... and I finally left it at the hotel. Bringing behind only the stylus 1. When I returned from the holiday I looked at the photos... what a spectacle! The yield is really stratospheric up to 400 ISO. To understand: What are you doing with your shots? If croppate to 100% or printed on paper A0... well... The 12Mpixel and the ISO you hear them. otherwise...... only Pippe mental. Also usable at ISO 2000 if printed on 13x18 or even on A4... with films it was difficult to have less grain at 2000 ISO. And the 12Mpxel are absolutely sufficient for everyone. Optics: Truly superb. Stabilization is perfect. The yield is fantastic on the whole range. Even at TA. I used it to do portraits and to do macros. Wonderful. In essence: Bought in 2015... I keep it and keep it jealously. Even if I changed many bodies: from M4/3 to FF passing through various APSC. Because Olympus does not make a new version: I think because it would be a problem for the market of Micro4/3... It was riusicita too good. And with a body/optics from the weight and footprint of a toy there was everything you need. A problem for the M4/3 low budget market... What about: Promoted with 10-(the least just to say that the video compartment is a bit under the photo compartment)
Pros:Body almost of an OMD, amazing optics, formidable jpg, lightness, light meter on point af, integrated ND filter!
Cons:The size of the sensor, as obvious, invalidates the yield at high ISO, the zoom starts from 28 and not 24, only electric zoom, integrated flash little powerful ...
Opinion:What a compact, guys! For a year and a half I live happily with a micro 4/3 outfit that gives me a lot of satisfaction, in which one of the highlights is the photographic performance of the Olympus machines, whether they are the Pen series or OMD. I found myself with (almost) all the pros of mirrorless Olympus in this amazing compact, which made me fall in love ... the photographic performance (the jpg that returns within 400 iso are incredible), the integrated ND filter (associated with a of the numerous function keys) that allows you to shoot at full aperture even in full daylight, beautiful and resolute EVF, tiltable touch display, but above all its optics! A 28-300 equivalent f / 2.8 fixed and stabilized by the scary yield already at TA ... in a very light and small (but not tiny) body, there is practically an entire kit. The yield in good light is PAZZESCA and if you do not chase the pdc reduced to the hair, here is this Stylus 1 becomes the all-rounder perfect for trips, outings disengaged or in the family or otherwise to keep in any case ... the jpg are so ready (and configurableup to excess, between adjustments and filters art) that you can share them in real time or send them to the press via wi fi. The flaws I listed are never a real problem, except for the medium-high ISO yield: for charity, for the size of the sensor is obvious, only if you are familiar with the Olympus, it is natural to uzare this stylus exactly as an omd! Often, in fact, I forgot that it was not mine. Old em5 and I exaggerated with sensitivity that do not compete with this small sensor ... but if you do not ask the impossible, this little girl always manages to surprise and to satisfy the user, with which he manages to create a unique feeling! Operatively, due to the versatility and the quality of the optics, it does not regret richer kits! It would be great if Olympus decided to take out an updated version with a nice 1 "sensor ....
Pros:Optical quality, EVF superlative wide configurability 'and excellent quality construction
Cons:Video industry may not fully optimized; LCD screen (which is superb) only hinged but not completely "tiltable"
Opinion:A pleasant discovery this Stylus 1; I was in Japan and was looking for a Nikon P7800 Powershot used; I found this fantastic compact that I was literally conquered in a few moments by testing it in the store. Having said that, purchased at a really great price, I started using it and I made a hundred shots ... not enough to know and appreciate fully the potential 'but enough to evaluate it without doubt a cut above the G-series and Canon the same Powershot P7800, in all respects, except perhaps those related to the sector for which the Nikon Video 'more equipped and sophisticated. rnHo just started to try the Stylus 1 in relation to the Panasonic Lumix G3 (with obb kit 14-42mm) and I must say that regardless of the size of the sensor and everything that goes with it there 'even comparison; the Stylus 1 wins hands down in terms of EVF, LCD, optical quality 'constructive. Yield color and quality 'of the shots in low light.
Pros:Objective spectacular and bright, excellent sensor & electronic viewfinder, considering the size, featuring a practical
Cons:Small keys, whether made Tropicalised would be the maximum
Opinion:It replaced the very excellent Nikon Coolpix 7100 as a travel companion, I have not much to add to previous comments that illustrate very well this "big small". You can carry it anywhere, will reward you with great shots from landscape to portrait The council also to those who approach the hobby of photography and still does not know which way to take ... In 400g is all it takes to give vent to their creativity.
Pros:Compact, light, lens 28-300mm stabilizzata.rnMirino electronic superb; front ring to control aperture / time; pulley for compensation esposizione.rnBuona the App for smart-phone (wi-fi) is useful for remote shutter to download the picture.
Cons:Lack of GPS, you can tag pictures in-camera (you can only protect from accidental deletion) .rnPotevano do a better timer, the max you can do 10 consecutive shots at intervals of just 0.5sec, 1-2-3 sec! A little bit ...
Opinion:I was really surprised by this compact, perhaps because they were years since I felt one in this class! RNLA picture quality is good, not great, since the sensor is quite piccolo.rnQuello is surprising, however, is the electronic viewfinder really defined , bright, fast and accurate, with excellent resolution. I never thought of being able to try a 'experience so similar to the reflex! RnSecondo me the images are usable up to ISO 1600-2000 although the loss of quality is quite visibile.rnLa 28-300mm lens has an image stabilizer very efficient and zooming is fast and responsive, as well as the development fuoco.rnIl built-in flash is useful, though not potentissimo.rnQuesta camera is for me the ideal second body, perfect for traveling and taking photographs for the series using all the controls manuals!
The sample photos are selected automatically between all photos posted by JuzaPhoto members, using the camera and the lens selected in the techs. If you find evident errors (e.g. photos taken with cameras and lenses that are not available yet), you can contribute to improve the page by sending a private message to the user that has entered incorrect values in the photo caption.