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The Olympus e-magazine

Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-03 09:00:56
With the new Olympus e-magazine, Olympus intensifies direct communication with its customers. The high quality photo magazine from the opto-digital specialist is aimed at all Olympus E-System photographers and will be sent exclusively to participants in the three membership programmes for the digital SLR system. This new publication features an attractive mix of subjects dealing with the Olympus E-System and provides news from the world of photography plus a wealth of striking photos. The 28-page magazine has been published for Olympus Europa GmbH by Haymarket Customer Publishing in London, Great Britain. It appears four times a year in English, Czech, French, German, Italian and Spanish.


Olympus Japan introduces the CAMEDIA AZ-1

Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-19 12:06:16
Olympus Japan announces the introduction of the 3.2 Megapixel CAMEDIA AZ-1 compact digital camera with 3x internal optical zoom. In addition to full range of camera features, the CAMEDIA AZ-1 is equipped with a sharp, clear, Mobile Advanced Super View Display that makes it equally suitable for use as a photo viewer. With its Mobile Advanced Super View Display and new album functions, the CAMEDIA AZ-1 is an entirely new type of camera that offers 'shooting', 'viewing', and 'sharing'. The Mobile Advanced Super View Display offers high contrast and a wide viewing angle, and its incorporation into the CAMEDIA AZ-1 marks the first time that this display technology has been utilized in a digital camera or other mobile device.


Olympus Japan unveils new Camedia AZ-1 camera

Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-19 11:30:57
Another ultra-compact at the front; Olympus Japan unveils the Camedia AZ-1. This new stylish designed model features an internal 3x optical zoom lens like we have seen before with the DiMAGE X series, or like the latest Sony DSC-T11 we informed you about some days ago. The Camedia AZ-1 comes with the world's first Mobile ASV liquid crystal display which results in a very wide angle of view of almost 160?. This 2.5-inch large display has a resolution of 215,000 pixels and due to the new Mobile ASV LCD technology the contrast is about 3x higher than the ordinary displays. Another new feature is the built-in photo album function allowing users to store their favourite photos into a virtual album and save them on the memory card.


The Olympus E-System on its way to be successful

Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-01 02:39:47
The Olympus E-System is the world's first digital SLR-system based on the FourThirds standard defined by Olympus and Kodak. All components of the system and the complete range of accessories are precisely attuned to each other. Because of this professional photographers benefit to an optimum from the many advantages of digital SLR technology. Right now, six months after the official introduction on the market, numerous accessories are available, like interchangeable lenses and flash systems. Olympus received a Golden DIWA Award from the DIWA Awards organization, for their Camedia E-1 camera and a Golden DIWA Award for the E-System. An interview with Ulrich Götze, European Marketing Manager Digital SLR-systems Olympus Europe:


New version Olympus Studio software for download

Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-30 03:59:30
Olympus Studio, an extended version of the Olympus Viewer software which comes bundled with the Olympus E-1 camera, is now available in a new version. This latest release not only makes processing RAW image files faster, it also enables the online upgrading of the camera's firmware. Both the Olympus Studio and Olympus Viewer software, which were developed especially for use with the Olympus E-System camera, feature a number of functions useful in the day-to-day working routine of the professional photographer. One of the highlights is the virtual light box, which works very much like the standard light box used with film. The key difference is that after the photos have been checked, coloured sort marks may be applied.


Olympus presents sunshine LCD for digital cameras

Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-23 14:37:13
Finally it is possible to check shots on a digital camera's integrated display even in direct sunlight without having to huddle over the monitor or crawl under a table to view the shot. This improvement is the result of a new LCD technology. Called sunshine LCD, it was first integrated by Olympus in its CAMEDIA C-8080 WIDE ZOOM and Mju 410 Digital models. The new technology is also found in two cameras receiving their CeBIT première: the C-60ZOOM and the C-460ZOOM del Sol. In less than a decade, digital photography has progressed at such a rate that it is now a leading image capture technology. Without the fascinating ability to check shots immediately and show them to others, its triumphant progress would certainly not have been possible.


Olympus E-1 and E-System receive DIWA Awards

Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-19 13:38:56
The Digital Imaging Websites Association (DIWA), a new industry organisation that seeks out the best in imaging products, has awarded a gold medal to the Olympus E-1 in the category 'Professional System Digital Camera'. DIWA also decided to create a supplementary Innovation Award to recognise the Olympus E-System. The organisation encompasses a growing group of independent web-based specialist publications currently covering several European countries and the USA. It harnesses the collective talent and expertise of its members, resulting in industry awards that command unparalleled confidence, both for consumers and the industry. The ceremony took place during the CeBIT 2004 event held in Hannover, Germany.


The Olympus CAMEDIA C-160

Mark Peters : 2004-03-18 09:00:00
Olympus introduces another new digital camera during the CeBIT 2004 event. The 3.2 million pixel CAMEDIA C-160 is the perfect model for those wanting to enter the exciting world of digital photography at an extremely affordable price. Compact and fully automatic, this model guarantees quality results while offering incredible ease of use. With its latest edition to the entry-level segment, Olympus raises the bar for its introductory digital cameras; all now have three million pixels or more. At the same time, this camera offers a bright f2.8 lens and a diverse range of automatic and special picture taking functions. Olympus, one of the world's leaders in opto-digital technology, is recognised for its high quality optical products.






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