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Ilse Jurriën : February 3th 2010 - 04:20 CET

Olympus SP-600UZ


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OlympusOlympus SP 600 UZ digital camera : Scaling new heights in the compact market, Olympus proudly presents the latest from their ultra-zoom camera series. Equipped with a staggering 30x wide optical zoom covering a 28-840mm focal length, the 12 Megapixel Olympus SP-600UZ makes other contenders pale in comparison. Whether snapping photos or trying out the new HD movie shooting option, a colossal internal memory of 1GB gives you the freedom to capture more. The 2.7" LCD displays in 16:9 format, which makes sharing the fruits of your labour with friends even more enjoyable. The Olympus SP-600UZ also has built-in Dual Image Stabilisation, rendering clean, sharp images.
Olympus SP-600UZ

Olympus SP-600UZ camera features
The new features of the most powerful ultra-zoom compact, the Olympus SP-600UZ, offer ultimate versatility for innovative photography, but without the inconvenience of heavy duty equipment:
• 15x wide optical zoom
• 12 Megapixels
• 2.7" wide LCD in 16:9 format
• HD movie and HDMI technology
• 1GB internal memory and SD slot
• Photo Surfing
• [ib] software
• USB charging

SP-600UZ

12 megapixel Olympus SP600UZ digital camera
Experience the action as though you were ringside with the groundbreaking 15x optical wide zoom (28-420mm). Outclassing all pretenders to the point-and-shoot zoom title, the Olympus SP600UZ makes sure you always have a front row seat. The built-in Dual Image Stabilisation of the 12 Megapixel camera guarantees defined image clarity, and high-speed shooting at up to 10fps means you’ll document the action blow by blow. But why not record the whole event using the new HD movie option? A heavyweight internal memory of 1GB means you can store plenty of videos and images, and an SD card slot enables further storage capacity. Check your shots on the new 2.7" LCD in wide 16:9 format.

Olympus SP-600UZ review

Share pictures easily with the Olympus SP-600UZ camera
The Olympus SP-600UZ truly bridges the gap between taking and sharing photos. When it’s time to admire your handiwork or show off to friends, explore your archive using the new Photo Surfing tool. Thanks to [ib] software, people in your photos (using face recognition technology), places (using GPS technology), and events can be tagged automatically. You can even surf from one picture to the next in high definition quality on HDMI compatible HDTVs. The sheer variety of the Olympus SP600UZ features lets you take your very best shots, for example AF Tracking follows your subject even when in motion, and i-Auto identifies your shooting environment, automatically adjusting your camera settings. Available from March 2010, the Olympus SP-600UZ offers all you need for ambitious shoot and share photography.

Olympus SP-600UZ digital camera

Olympus SP-600UZ digital camera specifications
• 15x wide optical zoom (28-420mm)
• Dual Image Stabilisation (combines mechanical and digital image stabilisation)
• High-speed 10fps sequence shooting
• HD movie recording and HDMI technology
• 12 Megapixels
• 1GB internal memory and SD Card compatible
• Photo Surfing and [ib] software
• 2.7” LCD (230,000 dots)
• Advanced Face Detection and Shadow Adjustment Technology
• Intelligent Auto Mode (i-Auto) and AF Tracking
• Magic Filters, Beauty Mode, In-Camera Panorama
• Built-in flash
• In-Camera Manual

Olympus SP-600UZ review, price & availability
If you need help or simply want to investigate your creative options, just consult the In-Camera Manual - with the new scroll dial, you can adjust your camera’s functions more intuitively. The new [ib] software allows you to effortlessly tag your photos while browsing your albums gets simpler with Photo Surfing. Making it easy to shoot and easy to share the Olympus SP-600 UZ is available in Titanium Silver from March 2010 for a retail price of £259.99. As soon as we receive a Olympus SP-600UZ test sample, we will publish a photo gallery with high resolution pictures, followed by an extensive Olympus SP-600UZ review.




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