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Despite everybody now having smartphones with powerful cameras in their pocket, point-and-shoots aren’t quite dead yet.

Olympus’s new $399.99 Stylus SH-2 due in April doesn’t move the needle in terms of specs, but its helpful nightscape modes might be useful if you like taking pictures at night.

The SH-2 is a very modest update. It’s PEN-inspired design is still as sleek as ever and its internals are virtually identical to the SH-1, which is now $100 cheaper. The SH-2 has the same 16-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS sensor, TruPic VII image processor, 24x optical zoom lens, 5-axis image stabilization, 11.5 frames per second continuous shooting, and full HD 1080p video capture. The SH-2 has a 460k-dot 3.0-inch touchscreen on the back and built-in Wi-Fi for connecting to a smartphone or tablet. Read more…

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