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Olympus cameras on sale

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I just stopped by Amazon to check on some Web services stuff and noticed that they have all their Olympus cameras on sale, including the all-weather 3.2MP one I almost bought instead of my Sony camera. The Sony was my second choice, but I was impatient and Best Buy was out of the Olympus. I’m happy with the Sony and glad I bought it, but the Olympus has a lot of great features too.

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Gail Gokey
August 24, 2004 7:23 PM

We had an Olympus 35 mm camera for at least 20 years and it has been wonderful! We have taken so many beautiful pictures and are now looking to buy a new one.

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