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Ralf Jurrien : December 3th 2007 - 00:45 CET

Olympus E3 accessories


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OlympusOlympus E3 accessories : Primed for any assignment and satisfying the most stringent demands for professional Digital Single Lens Reflex photography, the long-awaited Olympus E3 Digital SLR is finally here. To celebrate the occasion, Olympus has two special offers for early purchasers of its new flagship model. As a thank you to its many loyal D-SLR customers, Olympus is offering all current E-System camera owners a free HLD-4 power grip with the purchase of the new Olympus E3. The HLD-4 power grip extends battery life so there’s no need to worry about assignments going into overtime. It also features a second shutter release to facilitate ease of use while working in portrait format.
Olympus image stabilization
The Olympus E3 DSLR camera features a 10 Megapixel High Speed Live MOS sensor and Olympus’ TruePic III image processing engine. Furthermore, the professional Olympus E3 incorporates a highly advanced built-in image stabilization system to compensate the effects of camera shake to the equivalent of up to 5 EV steps. The image stabilization is very effective and utilizes the Supersonic Wave Drive (SWD). The IS system features two modes: One for shakes along both the x and y axes, while another stabilizes only the y axis; ideal for sports photography. Sharper shots every time, together with the custom-made Zuiko Digital lenses photographers can rely on accurate and high quality results!

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Free Olympus power grip
All current E-System camera owners who register their new Olympus E3 before 31 December 2007 are eligible to receive the free power grip.

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Free E-System pro backpack
Olympus is also offering a free E-System pro backpack to all purchasers of the new E3 who sign on to express their interest between now and 30 November 2007, and then register their new camera by 31 December 2007. Featuring a waterproof zipper, a quick-access opening and space for a notebook, the Olympus E-System pro backpack is perfect for any photographic assignment.





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