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Olympus C-500 ZOOM digital camera introduction

Mark Peters : 2005-02-17 18:00:00
Olympus C-500 ZOOM digital camera introduction : An exciting addition to the Olympus range, the Olympus C-500 ZOOM gives hobby photographers ease of use and plenty of room for creativity and experimentation with full manual control. The captured images are sure to make a big impact thanks to 5.0 million pixels and TruePic TURBO technology to guarantee rich, high-definition shots. A bright 3x zoom lens (38-114mm equivalent) adds shooting flexibility. Movies with sound can be recorded too. These, as well as photos, can be viewed on the 4.6cm LCD monitor. Best of all, this model is very attractively priced. With the OlympusC-500 ZOOM digital camera, shooting is as easy or as creative as the photographer desires.


Olympus FE-5500 digital camera introduction

Dennis Hissink : 2005-02-17 18:00:00
Olympus FE-5500 digital camera introduction : It's the designer digital camera featuring the attention-grabbing twisting lens that can easily be taken everywhere. With the Olympus FE-5500, photographers needn't miss a shot. Its slim-line dimensions and low weight make it effortless to carry around. 5.0 million pixels and a precision 3x optical zoom (equivalent to 35-105mm), guarantee impressive results in full detail. For added flexibility, total magnification power can be increased to 12x by invoking the digital zoom. To make taking great photos even easier, a range of pre-defined scene programmes covering many common shooting situations can be chosen, such as Sports, Indoor and Landscape.


Olympus S-DVD-100 DVD recorder introduction

Dennis Hissink : 2005-02-17 18:00:00
Olympus S-DVD-100 DVD recorder introduction : With the announcement of the Easy Imaging System at Photokina 2004, Olympus introduced a new integrated approach to shooting, printing, archiving and sharing digital photos without the need for a PC. Now, a DVD recorder joins the line-up to make digital photography easier, more stylish and enjoyable. The new S-DVD-100 DVD recorder facilitates the easy sharing of images with friends and family as well as secure long-term archiving. A camera of the Easy Imaging System, such as Olympus IR 300 is simply connected to the Olympus S-DVD-100 recorder via a docking station and the burning is almost done. The Olympus S-DVD-100 DVD recorder will be available from spring 2005.


Olympus IR-300 digital camera introduction

Dennis Hissink : 2005-02-17 18:00:00
Olympus IR-300 digital camera introduction : With the announcement of the Easy Imaging System at Photokina 2004, Olympus introduced a new integrated approach to shooting, printing, archiving and sharing digital photos without the need for a PC. Now, a second digital camera joins the line-up to make digital photography easier, more stylish and enjoyable. The 5.0 million pixel camera Olympus 300 stands out with its pure, minimalist design. A precision 3x zoom lens graces the centre of its front and on its rear, a 5.1cm Sunshine LCD monitor ensures shots can be framed, checked and viewed with ease. Versatility is further guaranteed with many more options such as macro and movie recording with sound.


Olympus ZUIKO DIGITAL zoom lenses

Dennis Hissink : 2005-02-17 18:00:00
Olympus ZUIKO DIGITAL zoom lenses : Olympus is developing three new professional-grade interchangeable lenses for the Olympus E-System cameras that adhere to the FourThirds standard. Each of the Olympus ZUIKO DIGITAL lenses boast exceptionally wide, fixed apertures. Professional photographers can therefore look forward to shooting performance that allows considerably more versatility and efficiency. The Olympus ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 14-35mm (28-70mm on 35mm format) 1:2.0 and Olympus ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 35-100mm (70-200mm on 35mm format) 1:2.0 will be the world's first interchangeable lenses to feature an aperture of 1:2.0 across their entire zooming range.


Olympus and Panasonic sign development agreement

Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-14 00:45:00
Olympus and Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. (Panasonic) announced the signing of a joint development agreement for interchangeable lens type digital SLR cameras based on the Four Thirds System standard. Under the terms of the agreement, the two companies will jointly develop technologies and devices, and promote the development of digital SLR cameras that maximize the extensive user benefits of the Four Thirds System. The aim of the agreement is to meet the needs of the rapidly growing global market for digital SLR cameras by fusing Olympus's industry-leading SLR camera technology with Panasonic's advanced digital AV technology, and by developing innovative new design concepts for next-generation digital SLR cameras.


Olympus announces TCON-30C tele conversion lens

Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-10 09:00:00
Digital camera owners can now significantly enhance their creative shooting options with the new Olympus TCON-30C tele conversion lens. Making a threefold increase in your camera's existing focal range possible the TCON-30C brings distant subjects much closer for spectacularly detailed results. In addition Olympus' usual high standard of manufacturing ensures shooting with the TCON-30C doesn't result in any change to your camera’s specified aperture values. Available from January 2005 the TCON-30C will be priced at £169.99 (or Ï259.99) inc VAT. With the help of the CLA-7 adapter ring the TCON-30C conversion lens can be simply attached to your camera by bayonet.


Olympus goes to Super Bowl to launch m:robe 500

Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-07 19:30:31
A wild blend of digital music, photographs and extreme alternative dance will appear on the telecast of Super Bowl XXXIX, as Olympus Imaging America Inc. launches m:robe 500, the first digital music player with a built-in digital camera. The Melville, NY company has announced plans to run two 30-second television commercials promoting m:robe on the Super Bowl XXXIX telecast, scheduled for February 6, 2005 on the Fox Television Network. Olympus m:robe 500 is a portable digital music player unlike any other. It stores and plays as many as 5000 digital songs and also includes a digital camera. With m:robe users can create personalized dynamic "remixes" that blend music and pictures together to let your "pictures groove".






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