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Thursday, Jun 01, 2006

Olympus FE-115 Review - CNET

Category: Olympus FE-115

The Olympus FE-115’s chunky plastic body is about the size of a large bar of soap. It won’t win any beauty contests, but it feels reasonably solid, and it fits well in the hand. The top side of the camera holds a large shutter-release button and a recessed but accessible power button. The back panel holds a puny 1.5-inch LCD and the rest of the camera’s controls.

Don’t expect many options here, but the few settings you can change are accessible through the camera’s mode dial; four-way-plus-OK pad; and five additional control buttons for shooting, playback, trash, menu, and flash. A large indentation between the zoom buttons and the mode dial gives you a comfortable place to rest your thumb when shooting one-handed.

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