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Olympus Mju mini DIGITAL receives Design Award
Mark Peters : November 17th 2004 - 10:08 CETupdated
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OlympusOlympus Mju mini DIGITAL fresh and revolutionary look exudes attitude. It's sleekly curved profile, coupled with a choice of six stunning coloured designs makes the Mju mini both chic and individual. The uniquely moulded design has lead to The Digital Imaging Websites Association (DIWA) bestowing its inaugural Design Award on the camera in recognition of its unique construction. In announcing the award the DIWA jury described the Olympus Mju mini DIGITAL as "a radical diversion from traditional camera designs which unlike many other design products is not an overpriced collector's item for the few, but a useful imaging tool for any design conscious lifestyle enthusiast."
Olympus Mju mini DIGITAL receives Design AwardBeneath the Olympus Mju mini DIGITAL exterior is a potent piece of technology. The good looks hide a four million-pixel camera with retracting zoom lens and a 1.8 inch high-contrast LCD that delivers astoundingly vivid colours and extremely wide viewing angles even in bright sunshine.

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DIWA encompasses a rapidly expanding of independent Web-based specialist publications dedicated to digital imaging. DIWA harnesses the collective talent and expertise of its members, resulting in industry awards that command unparalleled confidence and value, both for consumers and the industry alike. More details can be found on the DIWA homepage: www.diwa-awards.com

Olympus Mju mini DIGITAL main features:
• Revolutionary design
• Six body colour variations (Jewellery Silver, Pure White, Cosmic Black, Crystal Blue, Velvet Red and Copper Orange)
• Weather-proof metal body
• 4.0 million pixels
• 2x optical zoom (equiv. 35 – 70mm on 35mm camera), f3.5-4.9
• 1.8 inch high-contrast LCD (134,000 pixels) with 160° viewing angles on both the vertical and horizontal axis
• TruePic TURBO image processor
• Still image editing functions including new fish-eye and soft focus modes
• Movie recording function with sound
• PictBridge support

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