If you’re in the market for a new camera, Olympus has a couple of new cameras for you, one of them being the recently announced Olympus STYLUS SH-1. The STYLUS SH-1 is a compact digital camera for those who needs a camera to bring with them on the go but don’t want to spend too much on newer mirrorless cameras or deal with the bulk that usually accompanies DSLRs.
According to Olympus, the STYLUS SH-1 will feature a 16MP sensor and will come with a 25-600mm zoom lens. The lens will have an aperture of f/3-6.9 which isn’t as bright as we would have liked but we reckon it should be good enough to get the job done, although under low-lighting conditions you might want to bump the ISO.
Other features includes an aluminum alloy body which should make the camera feel somewhat “premium”. It will also be able to capture movies at 1080p Full HD and also slow-motion playback if that’s your kind of thing. The STYLUS SH-1 will also come with a 3-inch touchscreen display and WiFI connectivity to allow for the transfer of photos/videos wirelessly.
The camera will come in a variety of finishes (as pictured above) and will be available towards the end of April where photographers can expect to pay around $399.99 for it.
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