Olympus SH-2 long zoom adds raw capture, more night-shooting options; keeps 5-axis stabilization

 

 

In early 2014, the Olympus SH-1 brought the company's much-praised five-axis image stabilization system to a fixed-lens, compact camera body for the first time. Now, it follows up with the Olympus SH-2 long-zoom digital camera a year later, and this 16-megapixel, 24x zoom model retains the best features of its predecessor — right down to that handy image stabilization system — along with a couple of key differences.

Perhaps most importantly, if you're an enthusiast looking for a coat pocket-friendly long-zoom camera that…

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