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Olympus C-7070 first impression
Mark Peters : January 19th 2005 - 15:45 CET
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LetsGoDigitalOlympus C-7070 WIDE ZOOM has been introduced to become a though contender. The Olympus C-7070 has a sturdy magnesium-alloy body and is equipped with a 7.1 Megapixel CCD sensor. The high-quality lens of the Olympus C-7070 has aspherical and ED elements and offers a focal range commencing at a wide-angle 27mm and extending all the way to 110mm (35mm equivalent) for 4x optical zoom power. The new pro-sumer digital camera provides the goods for versatility and excellence in all facets of photography. Incorporated in a compact Olympus camera for the very first time is a special 143-point dual autofocus system that enables Predictive measurements. In this way, images are assured incredible sharpness, even if subjects are moving.
Olympus C-7070 first impressionWith 7.1 million pixels, even the finest aspects of an image are captured in minute detail. The Olympus C-7070 has a bright 1:2.8-4.8, high-precision lens. Comprised of eight elements arranged in seven groups, it incorporates two aspherical lenses and one low-refractive-index ED (Extra-low Dispersion) element. The 4x zooming range extends to 110mm from an ultra-wide-angle starting point of just 27mm (35mm camera equivalents). The Olympus C-7070 is therefore ideally suited for architects, interior designers and any others requiring an extremely wide angle of view. Due to use of a lens system tailor-made for digital photography and featuring nearly telecentric optics, cornershading at wide viewing angles is not an issue. The Olympus C-7070 is even geared for extreme close-ups. From just 3cm away, this model can fill a frame with a subject of just 20.7 x 27.8mm in Super Macro mode.

We have published some first product shots of this new Olympus model. The new Olympus C-7070 digital camera will be available from January 2005.
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