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Mark Peters : November 21th 2013 - 11:47 CET
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OlympusOlympus SH60 digital camera features : The Olympus Stylus SH-60 features advanced image stabilization and powerful iHS technology. The existing image stabilization function from Olympus only compensated for 2-axis angular blur that occurs when tilting the camera up, down, left, and right, however, in addition to angular blur compensation, the Stylus SH60 also compensates for rotational blur that commonly occurs when the shutter button is pressed. Blur compensation has evolved into a 3-axis function for still photography. In addition to compensating for shift blur that occurs when moving the camera up, down, left, right, horizontally, and vertically while shooting a movie, powerful compensation is also provided for rotational blur by both mechanical and electronic correction.

Olympus SH60

Olympus SH60 features
These factors maximize iHS Technology and high-powered zoom lens performance, allowing users to capture high-quality, stable, blur-free pictures and movies even at telephoto settings. Even in dark locations, hand-held shots without the flash will reproduce the beauty of the scene naturally. Since this function also compensates for blurring that occurs when shooting movies while walking, it is especially useful for capturing memorable moments, such as while traveling.

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Olympus iHS Technology
iHS Technology stands for 'intelligence', 'high-speed', and 'high-sensitivity'. With the combination of the high-sensitivity, high-speed Back Side Illuminated CMOS sensor, and the high-performance TruePic image processor developed for the Olympus PEN, high sensitivity, low noise, high-speed AF, and a fast start-up have been achieved. Even in backlit, or nighttime scenes, the Olympus SH60 can beautifully capture images, just as they are seen by the human eye. High-speed processing allows for inclusion of the Hand-held starlight and the HDR backlit correction, which quickly captures multiple images with a single shot at different exposures and automatically merges them into a single image.

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