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Olympus Zuiko Digital ED 40-150mm lens

Dennis Hissink : 2006-11-13 17:10:00
Olympus Zuiko Digital ED 40-150mm lens : Olympus Imaging Corporation announces the introduction of the Olympus Zuiko Digital ED 40–150mm F4.0–5.6, a new Designed-for-Digital telephoto zoom lens for FourThirds System DSLR cameras. The new lens is scheduled to go on sale in Japan on November 23, 2006. Zuiko Digital interchangeable lenses are specifically designed to maximize the performance potential of the image sensors in FourThirds System digital SLR cameras. The newly announced Olympus Digital ED 40-150mm is a lightweight, ultra-compact telephoto zoom lens that offers outstanding value. A non-rotating mount ensures that filters do not rotate when the lens is focused, making it much easier to shoot when using polarizing filters.


Olympus digital camera service centre

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-11-12 20:30:00
Olympus digital camera service centre : Olympus Canada Inc., a precision technology leader, designing and delivering imaging solutions in healthcare, life science, and photography, announced the launch of a digital camera service centre in Markham, Ontario and a new Canadian website. "Olympus is committed to serving the Canadian market," said Mark Gumz, president, Olympus Canada Inc. "We take pride in designing and introducing innovative digital photography products, and we want to ensure that we have the local resources in place to support our consumers and our products. Our new service centre and website are designed to address consumers needs today and in the future." The Canadian service centre officially opened in September.


Olympus Photokina booth

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-10-09 21:30:00
Olympus booth at Phtokina : Olympus’s stand was large and light and eye-catching. Olympus presented its entire range, including the new line of digital compact cameras and the new Olympus E-400 digital SLR camera. We did not see many new imaging products, everything was already introduced in August, but the public had the opportunity to work with Olympus’s newest equipment. The hopes cherished by many enthusiastic and professional photographers before the Photokina opened were not really fulfilled. There have been rumours about the production of a follow-up to the first FourThirds System camera; the Olympus E-1.


Olympus E-400 DSLR showcased at Photokina

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-10-03 03:04:00
Olympus E-400 DSLR showcased : Olympus introduced the Photokina visitor to a large and bright booth where Olympus showcased their complete line-up of digital imaging solutions. One of them is the brand new Olympus E-400 digital SLR camera. This new FourThirds System camera will be available right after the Photokina and is developed to bring the consumer the ultimate compact digital SLR camera. The Olympus E-400 incorporates a 10 Megapixel CCD image sensor and is the most compact and light weight DSLR in the world. The introduction of the Olympus E-400 DSLR puts Olympus in the same group of digital SLR cameras as the Nikon D80, Pentax K10D, Sony DSLR A100, Samsung GX10 and the Canon EOS 400D, which each have the same amount of Megapixels.


Olympus develops wooden camera body

Mark Peters : 2006-09-27 13:30:36
Olympus develops wooden camera body : Olympus announces the development of a three-dimensional compression moulding process for wooden materials. The new process draws extensively on Olympus expertise in precision metal-forming technologies. The processed wooden material has the feel and grain pattern of natural wood, but is much harder than engineering plastics such as ABS and polycarbonate resins. Strong enough to be used to create the outer casings of electronic products, the material can enhance the aesthetic value and pleasure of ownership that those products provide. A prototype example of a camera case created using this new technology will be exhibited at the photokina 2006, being held in Cologne, Germany.


Olympus E-System

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-26 03:03:00
Olympus E-System : The Olympus E-System is a “designed-for-digital” SLR camera system that has grown considerably since the original Olympus E-1 camera body was launched in 2003. Today, the system includes 5 camera bodies, 17 ZUIKO DIGITAL lenses, and a wide range of accessories. In addition to this growth in the E-System lineup, we have lead the way with innovations such as a Dust-Reduction System, fulltime Live View, and the introduction of the world’s lightest, most compact, digital SLR camera body. We think of this as Chapter One in the history of the Olympus E-System, and we hope it has helped more people to enjoy photography and be satisfied with the quality of the images they obtain.


Olympus sponsors Jon Nicholson Inside Ferrari book

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-25 10:11:00
Olympus sponsors Jon Nicholson Inside Ferrari book : Formula 1 fans and lovers of great photography will find plenty to interest them in the new book, Inside Ferrari by Jon Nicholson. Inside Ferrari is published by Mitchel Beazley and features 288 pages of stunning images taken by Jon when he was the official Olympus photographer during the camera company’s three year sponsorship of the Ferrari F1 team. During this time, Jon worked exclusively with the cameras and lenses from the Olympus E-System to record a unique and detailed insight into the exciting world of F1. The award-winning Olympus E-System is the world’s first professional SLR system designed, from its outset, exclusively for digital photography.


Olympus MMP Portfolio license

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-25 10:02:00
Olympus MMP Portfolio license : Alliacense today disclosed that Olympus Corporation has purchased a Moore Microprocessor Paten (MMP) Portfolio license. Olympus follows in the footsteps of HP, Casio, Fujitsu, Sony, Nikon, Seiko Epson and Pentax, all of whom purchased an MMP license from The TPL Group this year. “We welcome Olympus to our distinguished roster of MMP Portfolio licensees,” said Mac Leckrone, Alliacense president. “While Olympus is widely known for its line of digital cameras and precision imaging products, it has also emerged as one of the world’s leading manufacturers of high-speed chemistry analyzers for medical laboratories.” He noted that MMP technologies are being used in modern digital medical products.






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