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    Olympus Stylus 7010

    August 10th, 2009
    Olympus Stylus 7010

    What’s new: Cameras.co.uk have reviewed this camera!


    Olympus has released another ultra-compact camera, the Stylus 7010. It features 12 megapixel image stabilized sensor, 2.7 inch HyperCrystal II LCD and 28mm wide angle 7x optical zoom lens – all housed in a chic slim body.

    The camera is very easy to use, and even beginner can capture nice images with it thanks to its innovative Intelligent Auto (i-Auto) Mode that automatically identifies five common types of scenes and adjusts settings accordingly. Dual IS (Optical and Digital Stabilization) performance further ensures that every shot is clear and eliminated blurring caused by camera shake.

    The Stylus 7010 offers features AF tracking function which guarantees that even moving subjects are perfectly in focus at all times.

    It also includes a set of ‘magic filters’ such as Pop Art, Pin Hole, Sketch and Fish-Eye filters. Pop Art, for example, make images colors look more intense and vivid.

    What’s more, the 7010’s Beauty Mode smoothes out imperfections from the final image for a fresh complexion and In-Camera Panorama Mode helps to make expansive shots outdoors, landscapes or cityscapes.

    Camera Reviews:

    Photographyblog.com:
    The Stylus 7010 is for the most part responsive and intuitive to use, and shouldn’t tax its target audience. It will suit someone looking for an inexpensive snapshot model to tuck into a shirt pocket or clutch bag when heading out on a Friday night.

    Digitalcamerareview.com:
    The 7010 has a long zoom in super thin ultra-compact body. It comes in about average, in terms of overall performance. It offers no manual control over exposure and delivers noisy images sometimes. It isn’t the slowest camera in its class, but it’s not the fastest either.

    Cameras.co.uk:
    This is a standard compact camera offering that bit extra zoom. Not every camera can stand out for the crowd, so this camera is simply good enough without being anything special.

    Sample Photo Galleries: photographyblog.com, digitalcamerareview.com, cameras.co.uk.

    Olympus Stylus 7010Specifications:

    • Slim Metal Body
    • 12 Megapixels
    • 7x Optical Zoom
    • Focal Length Equivalent: 28-196mm
    • Dual Image Stabilisation
    • 6.9cm/2.7” HyperCrystal II LCD with 230,000 dots
    • Intelligent Auto Mode (i-Auto)
    • Advanced Face Detection of up to 16 persons
    • AF Tracking
    • Built-in Magic Filters
    • TruePic III Image Processor
    • Movie Mode: VGA resolution at 30fps
    • xD-Picture Card and microSD** Card compatible
    • Available Colors: Starry Silver, Titanium Grey, Candy Pink
    • Retail Price: $199
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    Olympus EP-1 Compact Hybrid Camera

    June 22nd, 2009
    Olympus EP-1 Compact Hybrid Camera

    What’s new: Imaging-resource have posted the camera’s review!


    Olympus launched the Olympus E-P1, the first Olympus Micro Four Thirds model, a digital camera with interchangeable lenses but without a mirror!

    The E-P1 is peculiar in its incredibly small size, retro style, and ease of use – without giving up any of the benefits of D-SLR quality. It includes all the advantages of Olympus imaging technology e.g. image stabilization, a dust reduction system, and interchangeable lenses.

    The camera features a 12.3 Megapixel Live MOS sensor, 3 inch LCD Screen and Dual Image Stabilization (electronic and mechanical). A new TruePic V image processor ensures crisp and clear images or movies and guarantees ultra-high processing speeds. It also enables the application of six Art Filters to both movies and still images.

    Among its interesting functions you can find an intelligent i-Auto option, Multi Exposure mode (allows several RAW images overlay in real-time) and e-Portrait (smoothes away wrinkles and eliminates imperfections and blemishes) in the camera.

    Video function allows shooting of high-resolution HD (1280×720p, 30fps) movies, the application of Art Filters, the ability to vary depth of field, angle of view, and autofocus during recording. This can be done with all lenses. Unfortunately, it records only up to 5 minutes in one single shot.

    The new model is compatible with all Micro Four Thirds lenses and, via an adapter, the full range of existing Four Thirds lenses.

    The Olympus E-P1 will be available for purchase in July 2009 in two stylish options: silver or white.

    Camera Reviews:

    Steves-digicams.com:
    The E-P1 is a well-rounded digital camera .While there are a few things that could be better (shooting performance, low-light AF performance), there’s the ability to capture beautiful photos, a host of creative still and video options, pleasing HD video quality, and various accessory options in the camera.

    Photoreview.com.au:
    With the Pen E-P1, Olympus has stated a clear intention to establish the first product in what we hope will be a profitable niche between top-end advanced digicams and compact DSLRs. However, in its attempt to create a camera that offers something for everyone, Olympus has produced something of a ‘curate’s egg’ (only excellent in parts).

    Dpreview.com:
    Although it’s fractionally noisier than the best APS-C models, and the dynamic range isn’t as good as the very best-in-class cameras, the E-P1’s image quality is overwhelmingly positive.

    Letsgodigital.org:
    It’s a true cross between a compact and an SLR, though there are still points of improvement to be worked on, especially for professional photographers, whilst for consumers the downsides are far less important.

    Dcresource.com:
    Very good photo quality; better high ISO performance than previous Olympus D-SLRs. But it takes the E-P1 about 1.3 seconds to prepare for shooting. That’s on the slow side for an interchangeable lens camera. And autofocus performance is by far the E-P1’s weak spot. At least, the shutter lag isn’t an issue.

    Digitalcamerareview.com:
    The camera delivers excellent image quality in a tiny package. The single biggest problem with it is that it is unacceptably slow.

    Digitalcamerainfo.com:
    The E-P1 takes damn good pictures, shoots video, uses interchangeable lenses and finally makes the new Micro Four Thirds camera format a challenger for a place in your pocket if you have a spare $800 in there now, that is.

    Imaging-resource.com:
    The camera corrects for chromatic aberration and geometric distortion and its built-in image stabilization helps stabilize all lenses. It shows very good color rendition and better than average detail.

    Sample Photo Galleries: dpreview.com, letsgodigital.orgdigicamreview.com, dcresource.com, digitalcamerainfo.com, imaging-resource.com

    Alternatives/Rivals: Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 and DMC-GH1 (both Micro4/3).

    Olympus E-P1Specifications:

    • 12.3 Megapixels
    • 4/3″ Hi-Speed Live MOS sensor, 17.3 x 13.0 mm active area
    • Maximum Image Size: 4032 x 3024
    • File formats: RAW, RAW + JPEG, JPEG (EXIF 2.2)
    • 3.0″ LCD screen (fixed, 230k dot resolution)
    • HD movies (720p) with stereo sound
    • Built-in Image Stabilization
    • Face Detection & Shadow Adjustment
    • Shooting Modes: Auto, Program AE (with shift), Aperture priority AE, Shutter priority AE, Manual, Art Filter, Scene select (14)
    • Art Filters: Pop art, Soft focus, Pale & light color, Light tone, Grainy film, Pin hole
    • Sensitivity: ISO 100 - 6400
    • Metering system: 49-zone multi-pattern
    • Metering modes: Digital ESP, Center-Weighted Average, Spot (2%), Highlight based spot, Shadow based spot
    • Shutter speed 60-1/4000 sec
    • Continuous Shooting: 3.0 fps, RAW: 10 frames max
    • External Flash
    • Live View: 100% field of view
    • Weight (no batt): 335g (0.7 lb)

    Official Information: olympusamerica.com.

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    Olympus Stylus 7000

    May 11th, 2009
    Olympus Stylus 7000

    Cameras.co.uk have also reviewed this camera!


    The Olympus Stylus 7000 was announced in January and continues the story of superior optics and ultra-slim bodied chic.

    The camera features 10 Megapixels of resolution, 7x optical zoom and 3 inch LCD display – all housed in sleek and stylish metal body that is available in a range of attractive colors: black, blue and silver.

    Being a point-and shoot the Stylus 7000 houses the innovative Intelligent Auto Mode automatically identifies five commonly-encountered types of scenes and adjusts settings accordingly. Handling and navigation is easy due to illuminated buttons for low-light conditions.

    Among its interesting features we find Dual Image Stabilisation, Shadow Adjustment Technology which retains detail when shooting in backlit situations and in-Camera Panorama that captures 3 images and stitches them together to create one panoramic picture by simply pressing the shutter button and slowly panning across the scene.

    For prefect portrets the Stylus 7000 offers you its Face Detection Technology of up to 16 faces in a frame. Smile Shot detects a smile on your subject’s face and automatically fires off 3 consecutive shots to capture that perfect smile. And an all-new Beauty Mode smoothes out imperfections from the final image.

    Camera Reviews:

    Photoxels.com:
    The Olympus Stylus 7000 should appeal to point-and-shoot photographers who desire an ultra compact digital camera with a decent zoom and lots of other useful practical features. It is point-and-shoot easy to use and give good photos in good lighting. CA is present in some very high contrast shots. Noise starts to be more visible at ISO 200 but is still usable even up to ISO 400.

    Cameras.co.uk:
    The Olympus MJU 7000 offers something different to a lot of digital camera with its longer lens and compact size. It appears to have few, if any, major drawbacks and does a decent enough job. If you would like a smaller camera with some extra zoom it is well worth considering.

    Sample Photo Galleries: cameras.co.uk.

    Olympus Stylus 7000Specifications:

    • 12 Megapixels
    • 1/2.33″ CCD Image Sensor
    • Focal Length Equivalent: 37 – 260mm
    • 7x Optical Zoom
    • Aperture Range: F3.5 (W) -F5.3 (T)
    • 3.0″HyperCrystalTM II LCD Display with Backlight Boost and 230,000 dots
    • Super Macro mode: 2cm
    • Focus Mode: iESP Auto, Spot AF, Face Detection AF
    • Shutter Speed: 1/2000 – 4sec
    • ISO Sensitivity: 64-1600
    • Exposure Metering: Digital ESP Metering, Spot Metering, Face Detection AE
    • Maximum Image Size: 3,968 x 2,976
    • Dual Image Stabilization
    • 15 Scene Modes
    • Intelligent Auto Mode
    • Continuous Shooting: 11 fps, 21 frames (3MP)
    • Shooting Assist Functions: Perfect Shot Preview, Histogram, Frame Assist, Voice Recording
    • Movie Mode 640×480 (30 fps)
    • 16 MB Internal Memory
    • Li-ion Rechargeable Battery (LI-42B)
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