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Dennis Hissink : September 9th 2003 - 14:10 CET

Olympus supports Lexar Write Acceleration (WA)


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LexarLexar Media Inc. today announced that Olympus has joined the growing number of top-tier camera manufacturers now supporting Lexar Media’s Write Acceleration (WA) technology in professional digital SLR cameras. On June 24, 2003, Olympus introduced the E-1, which is the first Olympus camera to incorporate Lexar Media’s WA technology. Write Acceleration technology works to reduce the overhead required to store images to memory cards and results in faster write speed performance. The Olympus E-1 also supports the FAT32 file system and features a CompactFlash Type II slot, which enables the camera to take advantage of Lexar Media’s new 4GB CompactFlash card. The Olympus E-1 SLR camera is expected to be on the market around October 2003.




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