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Olympus E520

Nic Rossmüller : 2008-05-13 09:35:00
Olympus E520 : The perfect moment doesn’t wait. That’s why serious photographers need serious equipment so that they are ready for whatever comes. With its pro features and top image quality, the new Olympus E-520 D-SLR fits the bill perfectly. The next evolution to the EISA Award-winning Olympus E-500 digital camera series incorporates a built-in image stabiliser to ensure blur-free shots irrespective of the lens attached - no matter if wide-angle or ultra-tele and without the need for a tripod. Matched with the Supersonic Wave Filter dust protection system and improved Live View capabilities, the freedom to frame and take great, crystal-clear photos with the Olympus E520 digital camera is virtually limitless.


Red Sea diving with Olympus E-3

Karin Brussaard : 2008-05-06 12:00:00
Red Sea scuba diving with Olympus E-3 : The Olympus E3 is the new flagship based on the Four Thirds standard E-System. The Olympus E3 is an extremely advanced camera that can be used for every assignment and fully complies with the strict requirements of DSLR photography. I was given the opportunity to try out this camera underwater. Underwater the circumstances are different than on land and it demands a lot from the camera. The biggest problem is bleaching by the sun. A wide-angle shot of the coral and the sea usually doesn't turn out nice at the spot where the blue water and the lighter area of the surface meet. But the Olympus E-3 is perfectly capable of dealing with large differences between light and dark areas. > Read our Olympus E-3 underwater review.


Olympus E3 Review

Dennis Hissink : 2008-03-31 15:00:00
Olympus E3 Digital SLR review : In 2003 Olympus introduced the first model of the FourThirds System: the Olympus E-1, aiming at the professional digital photographer and equipped with various innovations. Four years later Olympus have come up with the successor to the E1. There had been some rumour about the name; Olympus P1, P3 and E3 were mentioned and the latter was chosen. Although the Olympus E3 may be considered the successor to the Olympus E-1, it differs considerably from its predecessor. Among other things; its price tag. The Olympus E3 digital SLR finds itself more or less in the category of the Canon EOS 40D and the Nikon D300, a heavy competition. > Continue to read our full Olympus E3 review!


Olympus E-420 photo gallery

Dennis Hissink : 2008-03-25 13:15:00
Olympus E-420 digital SLR camera : Its predecessor has been around for a while so it's high time to introduce a fresh sibling of the Olympus family to the world. Time for a new FourThirds SLR; the Olympus E420. The appearance of this camera is not that much striking since we are already acquainted with the E410 as an ultra-compact DSLR and the Olympus E420 is comparable. However, Olympus have carried out some rigorous internal changes that lift in particular the image quality to a high level. The image sensor remains the same in relation to sensitivity and ISO 1600 is the highest possible setting. The sensor itself has been somewhat improved and Olympus claim that it nearly equals the quality of the Olympus E-3. A claim that certainly draws the attention to Olympus!


Limited edition Olympus Mju 1020

Dennis Hissink : 2008-03-10 10:45:00
Limited edition Olympus Mju 1020 : Show your true colours with one of only 5,000 Olympus limited edition white Mju 1020s: each camera comes with three uniquely-styled skins by internationally-acclaimed artist Matei Apostolescu, so you can sport a camera that’s especially exclusive. The Limited edition Olympus Mju 1020 compact digital camera is available now in a strictly limited quantity. Express yourself with the white Olympus Mju 1020 using one of three exciting designs by Matei Apostolescu. Choose your favourite skin and apply a unique look to your µ that’s sure to turn heads. And with a 7x optical zoom and 10.1 Megapixels, the Olympus Mju 1020 limited edition is sure to charm both inside and out.


Olympus E-420

Ilse Jurriën : 2008-03-05 10:00:00
Olympus E-420 digital reflex camera : Olympus announces the extremely portable E-420 digital SLR. The Olympus E420 is perfect for everyone who wants to step up to the power and performance of a digital SLR (single lens reflex), yet enjoy the ease of use and ability to compose images on the LCD common to point-and-shoot cameras. The lightweight 10-megapixel E420 DSLR offers heavyweight technologies. Weighing a mere 380 grams (13.4 ounces), the Olympus E-420 is 20 to 40 percent lighter than competing DSLRs. Good things come in this small package, including Live View, which enables users to hold the camera away from their faces and interact with their subjects - ideal when capturing photos of children, for example.


Olympus DSA, EDA and SHR lens elements

Ilse Jurriën : 2008-02-03 00:15:00
Olympus DSA, EDA and SHR lens elements : Building on its formidable know-how as a leading opto-digital manufacturer, Olympus continues to raise the bar in optical quality with the release of three new types of lens elements: the DSA (Dual Super Aspherical lens), EDA (Extra-low Dispersion Aspherical lens) and SHR (Super High Refractive index lens). Each element represents a breakthrough to ensure picture-perfect results and imaging flexibility. The new lens element types are a success story built on persistence, innovative thinking and high-tech precision. Each will have a significant impact on present and future construction of optical elements while at the same time leading to new advances in camera design.


Olympus xD-Picture card

Ralf Jurrien : 2008-01-23 18:33:00
Olympus xD-Picture card : Compact and durable, the Olympus Type M+ xD-Picture Card is the ultimate removable storage media for digital photos. Besides offering compatibility with virtually all digital cameras with xD-Picture Card slots and almost all other xD-compatible devices, it is the only xD-Picture Card that supports the exclusive Olympus Panorama, 3D and Art modes. To meet the demand for faster data transfer rates, Olympus has developed the new Type M+ series. Featuring the M-XD1GMP (1GB) and M-XD2GMP (2GB), this new generation of xD-Picture Cards boasts state-of-the-art technology capable of attaining data-transfer speeds up to 1.5 times faster than Type M xD-Picture Cards when used with Olympus digital cameras.






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