Olympus is having a big day, first with its E-Volt E330 DSLR and now with three new Stylus cameras to shine up their lineup. The first is the Stylus 710, with 7.1 megapixels, 3x optical zoom, 2.5-inch LCD and the company's Bright Capture Technology that it says should help with taking and reviewing images in severely low-lit environments. It's also small and weather resistant, with rubber gaskets inside, so you can take some of those rain shots you've been dying for. Look for it next month for $350.
The Stylus 720 SW is the rugged type, with a body that can withstand a drop from 5 feet, shoot underwater up to 10 feet deep and includes a Digital Image Stabilization Mode for those of you with the shakes. Also has 7.1 megapixels and a 2.5-inch LCD, along with 28 shooting modes and a thickness of under 1 inch. Will go for $400 in March.
Lastly, there's the Stylus 810, which is the highest-priced offering at $430. With 8 megapixels, Digital Image Stabilization, Bright Capture Technology and a 2.5-inch LCD, it's a pretty, sleek and ergonomically sound choice. Also less than an inch thick, it's got an all-metal body that should keep it weather resistant (to a point) and 24 selectable shooting modes, including (I love this) Cuisine Mode. Available in March.