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Olympus FE-360

Dennis Hissink : 2008-08-20 10:30:00
Olympus FE-360 : Olympus introduces a stylish point-and-shoot camera that combines easy operation and smart performance to capture brilliant images at the push of a button. While small in size, the new Olympus FE360 is full of impressive imaging technologies packed into a colorful slim metal body ideal for people on the move. Raising the bar for entry-level digital cameras, the model features 8.0 megapixels of resolution; Image Stabilization for blur-free images; Face Detection for crisp portraits; Perfect Shot Preview to see various shot options before the shutter is pressed; In-Camera Help Guides that make print manuals obsolete; a rechargeable lithium-ion battery for convenience; and an LCD backlight boost for viewing in bright light.


Micro FourThirds System

Dennis Hissink : 2008-08-13 23:05:00
Micro FourThirds System : We have received more information about the Micro FourThirds System. The new standard extends the benefits of the Four Thirds System standard for interchangeable lens type digital camera systems by enabling dramatic reductions in size and weight. Though it may hard to understand or to imagine how small the Micro Four Thirds System concept camera can be. The images included in this article may clarify this. This new innovative standard is in my mind a very interesting development and may increase the interest in the DSLR market. At this moment none of the companies (Olympus and Panasonic) that are the drivers of the Micro FourThirds System have unveiled a new model. But Photokina 2008 is coming up …


Micro Four Thirds interchangeable lens system

Nic Rossmüller : 2008-08-07 07:00:00
Micro Four Thirds interchangeable lens system : Olympus and Panasonic announced joint development of technologies and devices for the "Micro Four Thirds System standard," a new standard that extends the benefits of the Four Thirds System standard for interchangeable lens type digital camera systems by enabling dramatic reductions in size and weight. Under the terms of an agreement between the two companies, they will work jointly toward commercial production of significantly lighter and more compact interchangeable lens type digital camera systems. The global market for interchangeable lens type digital SLR cameras is growing steadily, but still only accounts for a 7 percent share of the total digital camera market.


Win a Grand Prix Trip with Olympus

Mark Peters : 2008-07-10 18:40:36
Win a Grand Prix Trip with Olympus : The new Olympus Test Drive has arrived and it’s the fastest one yet! If you’ve ever dreamt of the glamour and excitement of Monaco or the fast and furious Monza motor racing circuits, then this latest Test Drive promotion is for you. Thanks to our association with the Vodafone McLaren Mercedes F1 team, we are offering both a lucky customer and salesperson the chance to win a VIP trip for two to a European Grand Prix during the 2009 season. The package will include overnight accommodation, a close-up view of the team in action and of course the best view of the race from the Vodafone McLaren Mercedes VIP Club suite.


Olympus Evolt E-520 review

Dennis Hissink : 2008-07-09 12:20:00
Olympus Evolt E-520 review : Since the introduction of the FourThirds system, Olympus have managed to extend their assortment of D-SLR cameras very nicely indeed. Especially over the last period, new models have been arriving frequently, which is ever so positive. We have received a new DSLR of Olympus that, although not introducing something entirely new, should not be considered merely a simple successor to the E-510. The Olympus E-520 has been improved sufficiently and has been equipped with additions that will make you seriously consider purchasing it. If only for Olympus' claim that elements of the E-3, the semi-professional model, have been integrated in this new model.
> Read our full Olympus Evolt E-520 review.


Olympus SP-570UZ review

Dennis Hissink : 2008-06-17 13:10:00
Olympus SP570 Ultra Zoom : In August 2005, Olympus introduced the very first camera from the new SP-5 series; the SP-500UZ camera. At the time it was a Megazoom camera that certainly featured high specifications; six Megapixels, a maximum ISO of 400 and an optical zoom with a 38-380mm range. Three years later, the fifth model of the SP-5 series lays before me; the Olympus SP-570UZ, the most recent Megazoom camera by Olympus. Looking at the specifications, we clearly see the evolution this camera model underwent. Instead of six, there's now room for ten Megapixels on the small image sensor, and the sensitivity of 6400, albeit with a limited resolution, surpasses the 'high' 400 ISO setting of that of its predecessor. > Read our full Olympus SP570 UZ review.


Olympus E420 review

Dennis Hissink : 2008-06-08 10:00:00
Olympus E-420 review : Although we just experienced a hectic period with many introductions, Olympus introduced, rather unexpectedly, their new digital SLR sibling; the Olympus E420. The Olympus E420 SLR is clearly based on the E410, which was introduced last year, but has undergone some changes when it comes to the inner parts of the camera. Almost immediately after the introduction, we received a full production model in combination with the standard ZUIKO Digital zoom lens (14-42mm) and a beautiful super compact lens, the 25mm pancake f/2.8 lens. The Olympus E420, the kit lens 14-42mm and the new 25mm pancake lens form an interesting DSLR set. > Read our review about the Olympus E420 and find out more about this SLR set.


ZUIKO wide angle lens for a unique perspective

Mark Peters : 2008-05-15 22:51:01
ZUIKO extreme wide angle lens for a unique perspective : In yet another expansion to the rapidly growing E-System lens line-up, Olympus unveils the ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 9-18mm 1:4.0-5.6 (18-36mm *Figure in brackets represents 35mm camera equivalent.) extreme wide angle lens. This affordable complement to the ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 18-180mm 1:3.5-6.3 (36-360mm) enables stunningly original perspectives with an extra-wide field of view. And at just 280g, it weighs in at significantly less than those of the competition. The Four Thirds-based ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 9-18mm 1:4.0-5.6 (18-36mm) extreme wide angle lens will go on sale in 2008. The ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 9-18mm 1:4.0-5.6 (18-36mm) lens will become available in 2008.






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