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Olympus D-435 digital camera introduction
Ilse Jurriën : May 25th 2005 - 17:50 CET
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OlympusOlympus D-435 digital camera introduction : With the release of the new D-435, Olympus packs 5.0 megapixels of image resolution into an extremely easy-to-use digital camera. First-time digital camera buyers will be amazed at the camera’s simple operation and impressed by the brilliant, high-resolution images they are able to capture. A built-in Help Guide makes learning digital photography easier than ever before, and the light, compact body design makes it convenient to slip the camera in a pocket so you can take it anywhere. “The Olympus D435 is designed to make digital photography absolutely effortless for the novice user, the D-435 offers a lot of performance at a very affordable price” said Naoki Tai, Olympus Imaging USA.
Olympus D-435 digital camera introductionOlympus D-435 - Designed to do more
The D-435 combines a 5.0-megapixel CCD image sensor and a 4x digital zoom lens with Olympus’ exclusive TruePic Turbo Image Processor, which significantly enhances image quality and delivers faster overall processing speeds for rapid start-up, shutter release and playback. TruePic Turbo allows the D435 to capture information from all 5.0 million pixels with pixel “micro-smoothing” that delivers clearer and more color-accurate photos. This results in high-quality prints that can be cropped and enlarged to 11 x 14 inches and larger.

Olympus D435 camera - Shooting modes and Battery
The Olympus D-435 offers 7 scene programmes plus a movie recording function. The inclusion of 10 shooting modes, accessed via a rotating dial on the back of the camera, makes it easy to capture flawless images in a variety of situations, such as Sports or Night Scenes. And with the QuickTime Movie mode, it’s simple to create short movies of everyday events that can be emailed to family and friends. The Olympus D-435 accepts readily available AA-size alkaline batteries, eliminating the hassle of finding the right battery on the road. And a battery saving sleep mode helps users maximize the life of their batteries.

Olympus D-435 digital camera - "One Touch" operation
The camera’s menu architecture allows entry-level users to make their selections quickly. The menu of the Olympus D435 incorporates a new Help Guide that provides a brief description of each function and shooting mode to help users determine the settings that best suit their shooting situation and purpose. First-time digital camera users will appreciate the camera’s simple “One Touch” operation. Individual buttons for shooting, reviewing and deleting images are placed on the body of the camera in such a way that frequently used functions can be easily accessed. Macro mode, Flash mode and a self-timer are located on an arrow pad conveniently located for quick use while setting up the perfect shot.

Olympus D435 digital camera - Software and USB connection
Olympus Master software provides the ultimate in digital imaging management. An intuitive user interface makes downloading to your computer quick and simple, and images are searchable by date or keyword in the Calendar View. And with one-click editing tools, such as red-eye reduction, images can be touched up before printing or emailing. Online support, templates, firmware upgrades and other user services are just a mouse-click away. Connecting the Olympus D-435 to a computer is easy with the USB Auto-Connect feature, which connects the camera directly via USB 2.0 cable to a computer and requires no software. Or, if you prefer, forget the computer altogether. The power of PictBridge technology enables photos to be printed directly from the camera to any PictBridge-enabled printer, such as the Olympus P-10 Digital Photo Printer, without using a computer. Printing and sharing images has never been easier, and the P-10’s photo lab-quality dye-sublimation printing produces archival-quality prints in rich color.

Olympus D-435 - Delivering Style
The D435 features a 1.5 inch LCD screen and a fixed focus lens that is equivalent to 36.7mm on a 35mm camera, plus a 4x digital zoom. The D435 has 14MB internal memory plus an xD-Picture Card slot. The D-435 has a durable, lightweight body and a built-in lens barrier. With its smooth edges and compact size of just 4.0"(W) x 2.0” (H) x 1.4” (D) and light weight (4.2 ounces), the D-435 fits comfortably in your hand and in your pocket, demonstrating that elegant design can be found at an affordable price.

Olympus D435 - Pricing & Availability
The Olympus D435 will be available in August 2005. It includes 2 AA alkaline batteries, an Auto-Connect USB cable, Wrist Strap, Olympus Master Software, Quick Start Guide, Basic Manual and Warranty. The Olympus D435 estimated Street Price is set on US $169.99.

About Olympus Imaging USA
Olympus Imaging America Inc is a precision technology leader, designing and delivering award-winning products for consumer and professional markets. Olympus Imaging America Inc works collaboratively with its customers and its parent company, Olympus Corporation, to develop breakthrough technologies with revolutionary product design and functionality that enhances peoples lives every day.

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