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BrightCapture Technology - better night time shots
Jasper Huitink : September 29th 2005 - 00:20 CET
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OlympusBrightCapture Technology - better night time shots : Often, it’s not until the sun goes down that things really start to heat up. The fun at parties or the excitement of a concert is frequently cloaked in dim lighting, making it difficult to faithfully reproduce the mood on photos. Or at least that was the case. Now, to help capture all the excitement of the night, Olympus has introduced BrightCapture Technology. This innovation improves shooting in low-light situations. It simplifies the framing of subjects by providing a brighter view on the LCD and also improves the photo outcome. Several shooting modes are enhanced thanks to this new technology, to make best use of the ambient light and deliver astonishing night-time results.
BrightCapture Technology - better night time shotsBrightCapture LCD Technology
As absurd as it sounds, a significant initial challenge known to everyone who has ever tried taking photos in dark conditions, is locating the subject on the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD). With conventional LCD technology it’s not unusual for hardly anything to be recognisable on the screen with low lightning. However, BrightCapture Technology drastically brightens LCD depictions to make framing shots possible in situations with just 1/5th of the luminosity usually required.

Olympus BrightCapture - More data available
This bright idea works not by merely using a portion of the available pixel information from the camera’s CCD as is the traditional case - but rather by making use of all of it. This means that more data is available to return a considerably brighter live view on the LCD with better colour reproduction and less noise.

BrightCapture Olympus Technology - Various shooting modes
On the same principle, BrightCapture Technology also enhances the performance of various shooting modes. For example, by substantially boosting sensitivity, such as when in Available Light Portrait or Candle mode, impressive results, rich in colour, contrast and definition are possible using just the ambient light. With Indoor shooting mode, the flash additionally fires, so even corners of rooms - which otherwise would be left in darkness - are also properly exposed. While the total image resolution is lowered in these modes, the resulting higher light sensitivity provides the extra benefit of more rapid focusing in low light and the possibility to use faster shutter speeds which effectively reduces the potential for image blurring due to camera-shake or fast moving objects. Together these factors also enable the reduction of the time between shots, thereby giving photographers more versatility due to the improved shooting performance.

BrightCapture Technology - Effortless capturing
Every night-owl is sure to appreciate the advantages this innovative new technology provides. The excitement of the night can now be effortlessly captured with stunning realism. BrightCapture Technology is currently incorporated in the 8.0 million pixel Olympus µ DIGITAL 800 and soon-to-be-released 6.0 million pixel µ DIGITAL 600, each of which feature an extra-large 6.4cm LCD.

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