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Olympus Select Axis Systems' Design Team Emulation

Mark Peters : 2003-08-26 14:39:04
Axis Systems announced that Olympus Optical has acquired Xtreme(R)-II for emulation and hardware/software co-verification to develop the next generation of SoC designs for Olympus digital cameras. Enabled by Axis' patented ReConfigurable Computing technology, Xtreme(R)-II offers a design team solution for simulation, acceleration, and emulation in a single kernel system for system, hardware, software, and verification engineers. Xtreme-II delivers fast runtime performance and the highest capacity, while preserving the native simulation debugging environment. The debugging capabilities, the single-database operation, small form factor, and the ability to map multiple levels of design abstraction are the reason for selecting Axis.


Olympus announces two new Stylus digital cameras

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-06 08:52:44
More than a decade of design evolution has resulted in the creation of a new line of Olympus digital cameras that adapts the DNA of America’s best-selling 35mm point-and-shoot film camera series into a modern digital form. Known as the ?Stylus Digital’, these new digital cameras are the culmination of years of refinement and embody the highest level of style and performance in a package that looks as great as the pictures it produces. The first members of the Stylus Digital family include the 3.2 megapixel Stylus 300 Digital and the 4.0 megapixel Stylus 400 Digital cameras. Carrying on the heritage of their film predecessors, the Stylus Digital cameras incorporate premium features and design elements that are trademarks of the Stylus name.


Olympus unveils new compact C-740UZ digital camera

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-06 00:09:05
Olympus America introduces the new remarkably compact design of its next-generation Ultra Zoom series with the CAMEDIA C-740 Ultra Zoom, a 10X optical zoom, 3.2 megapixel digital camera. The sleek, compact C-740 Ultra Zoom is ideal for the budget-conscious family photographer who wants the flexibility of a wide focal length range, automatic controls for basic point-and-shoot simplicity, and manual controls for maximum creativity in a portable package. The C-740 Ultra Zoom offers a powerful Olympus aspherical ED (extra dispersion) glass lens to evenly distribute light across the camera's CCD sensor to create a sharp, even exposure for details and vibrant colors at distances near or far.


Olympus introduce the 10x optical zoom C-750UZ

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-06 00:05:38
Olympus America takes its Ultra Zoom series to a new level of power and performance with the introduction of the new CAMEDIA C-750 Ultra Zoom, the world's smallest 10X optical zoom, 4.0 megapixel digital camera. The sleek, compact C-750 Ultra Zoom - Olympus' first 4.0 megapixel Ultra Zoom- is an all-in-one camera solution for advanced photographers who want the widest focal length range plus manual and automatic controls in a rugged and portable digital camera. The C-750 Ultra Zoom offers a powerful Olympus aspherical ED (extra dispersion) glass lens to evenly distribute light across the camera's CCD sensor to create a sharp, even exposure for details and vibrant colors at distances near or far.


Olympus unveils the new CAMEDIA C-450ZOOM camera

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-05 19:40:20
Often, the best photos are those taken on impulse. The time needed to change the camera settings can lead to precious moments being lost forever. Equipped with a range of precision metering systems and user-friendly scene programmes, the CAMEDIA C-450ZOOM takes care of the details to let you get the shot. The four million pixel resolution ensures these moments are recorded in stunning detail to xD-Picture Card. Topped by an affordable price, this 3x compact zoom camera is perfect for digital photography newcomers and snap-happy individuals. The C-450ZOOM lets users capture the moment without getting bogged down in the minutiae of the shot. With the four MP resolution and image optimisation functions the camera produces an high quality.


The new 512MB xD-Picture card from Olympus

Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 17:00:53
With 512MB, the ultra-compact xD-Picture Card doubles its maximum capacity. Users can shoot for longer and take more high-resolution shots before they need to download the images or change the ultra-compact Olympus card. For example, when shooting 2560 x 1920 pixel photos with the 5 million pixel Olympus CAMEDIA C-5050ZOOM, up to 32 TIFF files or 416 HQ images can be saved on the removable media. Besides its diminutive size of 20 x 25 x 1.7 mm, the new Olympus card naturally also maintains the other qualities of the xD-Picture Card media: fast read/write speeds, low power consumption, durable design and wide compatibility with a huge variety of digital cameras.


Olympus introduces xD-Picture Card USB2.0 stick

Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 16:55:36
Forget ordinary USB sticks. The MAUSB-100 from Olympus offers unrivalled speed and flexibility. Using removable xD-Picture Cards of any capacity for file storage it enables complete expandability. Not just image data can be transported but all digital file formats. And it is fast too. Thanks to USB2.0 compatibility, file transfer is incredibly swift (also compatible with USB1.1). Suitable for both PC and Mac users, the MAUSB-100 is automatically recognised as an external storage device by most OS versions. About the size of a lighter, the innovative helper can also clip onto a key ring to provide the ultimate in unimpeded mobility, speed and convenience - no matter where you are.


Olympus introduces the Four Third System

Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-16 22:20:43
During a well-visited press day Olympus Europe introduces finally the long awaited new Olympus E-System. The Four Thirds System (4/3 System) is introduced as a new standard for next-generation digital SLR camera systems that ensures interchangeable lens mount compatibility. Mr Hans Thiele, Marketing Communications Olympus Europe, expressed the importance of this new standard for SLR systems. The Olympus E-System breaks the mould of previous digital SLR solutions and frees itself from the obstacles of the past. All components and accessories of the Olympus E-System, from the camera body, through flash units, to inter-changeable lenses have been expressly designed for digital use.






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