The Olympic Stylus Epic is a legendary camera and for good reason. It is one of the most compact point-and-shoot 35mm cameras ever made, and is very reliable. It has everything you need in a fixed-lens camera and nothing you don’t. From date application to flash settings everything is easy to use and yields very deep, sharp photos and yet it fits easily in a jacket pocket.
This little pocket rocket’s photos rate as good as, or in some cases better than, those of the country club elite. And it does it at a fraction of the cost of the others. The photos I get are crystal clear and sharp as a tack.
The Stylus Epic is fully automatic fitted with a 35mm f/2.8 lens. The quality of the lens is remarkable and its auto focus features are nearly perfect, making sure you’re photographs are never out of focus. It’s sleek design is a mirror representation of its function as a simple, yet powerful device.
This point-and-shoot film camera still beats the photo quality of many digital cameras made today. It’s selling price today is higher than it’s price brand new in 1997, arguably the finest camera of its type ever made.