02/24/2010, Can’t get enough of the Olympus PEN E-PL1 through our video overview? Well, good news then – you can hold the nifty Micro Four Thirds camera in your hands pretty soon as it has started to ship in blue and gold colors from Amazon. The asking price? $599.99, where it also comes with a 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 Zuiko zoom lens.
02/19/2010, Amazon is currently taking pre-orders for the Olympus SP-800 UZ, where it will take anywhere from three to five weeks to make its way to your doorstep. The entire $349 package will comprise of the camera itself, a high-capacity battery, a mini tripod, a lens cleaning kit and an USB card reader. As for the camera, it boasts a superior 30x optical zoom, a 14-megapixel sensor for crystal clear images, […]
02/02/2010, The Olympus PEN E-PL1 is not the figment of anyone’s imagination – it is as real as you and I, where it aims to offer DSLR-like performance in a rather slim and sleek package. This 12-megapixel shooter is a budget Micro Four Thirds device that boasts High Definition video recording and interchangeable lens to get even the awkward beginner off on the right footing. Forking out $599 for this will […]
02/02/2010, Olympus ups the ante in waterproof devices with the µTOUGH-8010 and µTOUGH-6020, where both of them are not only capable of handling some time completely submerged, they are also tough enough to resist temperatures up to -10°C, with the µTOUGH-8010 resisting a 6.6-foot fall without missing a beat while the µTOUGH-6020 can handle 5-foot falls. Apart from that, they will still hold out despite being crushed under loads of up […]
02/02/2010, Olympus’ latest SP-800UZ digital camera aims to bring DSLR performance in a consumer level digital camera, where this 14-megapixel shooter comes with a staggering 30x wide optical zoom that offers a 28-840mm focal length. You will not only be shooting great quality stills, you can also record movies in High Definition resolution. Don’t worry if your memory card runs out of space – it has 2GB of internal memory to […]
01/31/2010, With PMA just around the corner, leaks of various cameras are starting to show up on the Internet. First off we’ve got black and white pictures of what should be the SP-800UZ from Olympus, which will boast a mouth-watering 30x optical zoom, 14-megapixel sensor and image stabilization. Fujifilm should be getting in on the fun too, with a bunch of cameras. One of the more interesting cameras will certainly be […]
01/29/2010, What you see here could very well be the first leaked image of the Olympus MFT (Micro Four Thirds) camera that boasts a DSLR-quality sensor despite coming in a relatively compact chassis. The image points toward a 14-42mm lens alongside whispers of the Olympus offering being more affordable than the E-P1, where its plastic body could play a part. Devices that have plenty of plastic tend to lack class, but […]
12/09/2009, For those of you who have been waiting for the Olympus E-P2, you’ll be glad to hear that the camera is now available online. Of course, you’ll need to be prepared to drop $1099.99 for it, which is more than pocket change for the most of us. Would you want to shell out for this, or stick to your current camera gear?
11/24/2009, With the Olympus E-P2 just around the corner, do you think that people would still want to pick up the E-P1? Well, obviously somebody thinks that it’ll be in demand, especially when it’s adorned by a whole bunch of Swarovski crystals. You’ll have to shell out £1999.99 ($3,302) to own this shiny camera, but we’re sure that’s just pocket money to you, right?
11/04/2009, Olympus has unveiled its latest Micro Four Thirds camera known as the E-P2, where it will take over the E-P1 by introducing a slew of new features including AF tracking and an electronic viewfinder. Old school enthusiasts will love the design that resembles a traditional analog camera, coming in a black chassis with silver accents. Olympus has slapped a price point of GBP849 for the E-P2, where it will hit […]
10/29/2009, While the folks at Olympus did not make any official mention of the E-P2, there have been screenshots of the device model number on the Olympus China website, where the page has now been removed although not before thousands of people (perhaps millions by now) have seen it online. Since the cat is out of the bag now, why not make an official announcement on the E-P2, hmmm?
08/31/2009, Olympus has announced its E-600 digital camera which is basically a more affordable version of the current E-620 model that was introduced earlier this February, where it lacks backlit buttons as well as three art filter modes in the firmware – both of which are available in the E-620. Apart from that, shutterbugs who are well informed will also notice that the E-600 misses out on the E-620′s two-shot multi-exposure […]
08/05/2009, Word on the street has it that Olympus will release a new camera sometime before the year is over, and this will be the Olympus EP-2. Said Olympus spokesman also revealed that the EP-2 will come with a viewfinder. Apart from that, details are as scant as hair on Kojak’s shiny plate, so stay tuned as we scurry across various news portals and sources to bring you new developments on […]
07/23/2009, Olympus releases yet another digital camera from the mju series – this time round it will be the mju 7010 that will see action in retail stores pretty soon. What can you expect from the brand new Olympus µ-7010? Check out the features and specifications below before you decide whether to drop £249 on this puppy when August rolls around, with Starry Silver, Titanium Grey and Candy Pink colors to […]