The Olympus Stylus 7010 retains the old-school elegance of the original "go to" Stylus cameras that became popular with street photographers and travelers alike. The 7010 adds twenty-first century tech updates in the form of a 7x optical zoom, dual image stabilization, and a 12 megapixel sensor. Read on for our first impressions of the Stylus 7010.
It's time to pull out the "H" word - yes, the holidays are fast approaching, like it or not. And this year, we'd like the gift budget to stretch as far as possible. Thus our Head to Head battle today is an ultrazoom shootout. The Nikon Coolpix P90 and the Olympus SP-590 UZ are matched almost spec for spec, so which camera will give you the most zoom for your buck?
Olympus has announced a firmware update for their E-P1 Digital Pen.
Olympus adds the E-600 to its beginner-friendly DSLR lineup this morning. With a 2.7 inch swiveling LCD, three in-camera art filters, and a 12.3 megapixel Live MOS sensor, there's a lot here that a first-time DSLR user would like. It offers advanced features like 4 fps shooting already found in the E-620 at a smaller price.
In an early morning announcement, Olympus has launched a trio of new additions to its FE series of affordably priced ultracompacts today. The Olympus FE-5020, FE-4000, and FE-46 share a common 12 megapixel sensor and incorporate processing-side features from Olympus's DSLRs, including the manufacturer's Art Filter technology.
Olympus announced its first wave of compact ultrazooms, including the 10x zoom Stylus-9000 and 7x zoom Stylus-7000, back in January. This morning, the manufacturer is updating the 7x model in this set to incorporate a wide-angle lens, with the launch of the visually reworked 12 megapixel Olympus Stylus-7010.
Sure, the Olympus SP-590 is the hot ticket in Olympus's ultrazoom collection. But interest in the manufacturer's newer, smaller model has resulted in some fantastic clearance and used deals on last year's launch, the larger Olympus SP-570 UZ. See what others have to say about the SP-570 in this month's Users Speak Out segment.
The Olympus Pen E-P1 has only been public for a little more than a week, but already Olympus is looking to take full advantage of the camera's open-format Micro Four Thirds lens system - which allows the camera to use MFT lenses from several manufacturers - by updating firmware to better support Panasonic glass.
The Olympus Pen E-P1 is without a doubt one of the most technologically and stylistically aggressive new camera offerings to hit the market in 2009. After spending a few days shooting with a production E-P1, we're starting to form some opinions about how Olympus's first compact interchangeable-lens camera stacks up.
We've seen a lot of hype around Olympus's Micro Four Thirds concept camera, and today the manufacturer delivered the goods with the announcement of the production-ready E-P1. Inspired by Olympus's classic Pen models, could this be the most significant new camera of 2009? We get a hands-on look at a pre-production sample to find out...
Olympus announced today the E-P1, a revival of their classic Pen series of compact film cameras in Micro Four Thirds format. Behind the retro exterior, the E-P1 features a decidedly modern 12.3 megapixel Live MOS sensor and Olympus's latest TruePic V image processor, plus some novel new lenses.
When the Olympus Stylus Tough 6000 rolled into our office, we were eager to test its rugged capabilities. While our full review is on the way, take a look at our first impressions of the shockproof, freezeproof, and waterproof Tough 6000.
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