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Tuesday, February 4th 2014 - 11:22 CET
A Tough camera with fabulous style - Olympus has taken ruggedness to a new level with the Stylus TG-850. The striking newcomer combines tough perfor-mance with beautiful styling, a newly-developed 21-105mm 5x optical zoom lens and a tiltable monitor, to extend the range of shooting options. The Olympus Stylus TG-850 camera is well-suited to tough environments - it is shock-proof to 2.1m, waterproof to 10m, crushproof to 100 kg, and can operate in temperatures as low as -10°C. The ultra-wide lens is the widest in the tough compact camera class, while the monitor can be tilted through 180°. Yet the screen is ultra-flush with the body, and together with the reduced-size lens unit this enhances the sleek good looks of this compact camera.
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Monday, February 3rd 2014 - 21:00 CET
Olympus introduces first camera with dot-sight - Olympus is breaking new ground with the world’s first dot-sight camera. The sight works in tandem with the newly-developed 1:2.9-6.5 24-1200mm 50x optical Ultra Zoom lens to enable easy high-power zooming and subject capture, making it ideal for spotting moving and distant subjects such as wildlife and planes, or for sports photography. The built-in sight is stowed for portability, and pops up instantaneously for shooting - two key advantages compared with an externally-mounted sight. The Olympus SP-100EE features a deeply-shaped grip for optimal handling during shooting, while the single-finger operation control dial allows for a professional style when using the electronic viewfinder.
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Monday, February 3rd 2014 - 20:25 CET
Compact all-metal OM-D E-M10 completes Olympus’ high-end mirrorless line-up - Olympus’ multiple award-winning O-MD family has a new member: the Olympus E-M10. The striking newcomer combines the fine image quality, classic styling and focusing speed of the E-M5 with the sheer power of the flagship E-M1, albeit in an extremely compact all-metal casing. In fact, the casing makes the Olympus E-M10 camera something of a design paradox. It looks and feels like a DSLR, and it even comes with the same TruePic VII image processor and WiFi technology as the E-M1. But it’s a fraction of the size. For discerning hobby photographers looking for a powerful camera they can use every day, it’s the OM-D of choice.
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Wednesday, March 27th 2013 - 09:46 CET
New Olympus VH-520 compact camera - If camera design were a sport, iHS would be doping. Fortunately there is nothing to stop Olympus taking a gorgeously slim compact like the Stylus VH-520 digital camera and packing it full of the low-light iHS technologies only normally found in much bigger cameras for three times the price. For sheer image quality, the new Olympus VH-520 compact camera is streaks ahead of the field. Its biggest performance boosters? The 14-megapixel CMOS sensor and a TruePic V processor originally developed for DSLR. Closely followed by the 26mm-260mm wide, 10x optical zoom lens and lens-shift image stabilisation for taking out blur. When it’s dark, ISO 6400 and HDR Backlight Adjustment are essential.
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Saturday, February 9th 2013 - 10:31 CET
Olympus announced the new Stylus XZ-10 ultra compact and light digital camera. This new Olympus camera for photography enthusiasts is well equipped and boasts many of the features that make the flagship Stylus XZ 2 such a great camera. The Olympus Stylus XZ-10 camera has a super-bright 1:1.8-stop zoom lens, pro-style manual settings, ISO 6400, a 12 Megapixel backlit CMOS sensor and the powerful TruePic VI image processor used in Olympus OM-D cameras. The camera lens gives you 26mm wide-angle flexibility, a 5x optical zoom and excellent 1:2.7-aperture brightness even at maximum zoom. The Olympus XZ-10 camera also boasts a host of clever feature upgrades.
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Tuesday, August 14th 2007 - 17:00 CEST
Olympus announces the new Olympus WS-321M and Olympus WS-311M, the ultimate hybrids of Digital audio players, music players and portable storage devices. They are equipped to play both MP3 and WMA (Windows Media Audio) music files with rich tonality and record in Stereo for hours and hours. Requiring no USB cable, their slim, portable bodies are able to transport essential files directly to and from a computer just like a USB flash memory drive. A new, larger LCD rounds-out the total package with enhanced viewing and navigational ease. "Our WS-Series audio devices are ideal for work and play," said Andy Flagg, director, Sales and Marketing, Olympus Imaging America Inc.

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