Wednesday, 30 October 2013

A compact camera with large image sensor : Olympus Stylus 1



Olympus Stylus 1
The Olympus Stylus 1 has arrived with many of the novel facilities. These include Wi-Fi, a large image sensor and a lens with a constant light intensity. This compact camera has a larger image sensor, Wi-Fi and with a touch screen.

Olympus stylus one compact camera puts a back-illuminated CMOS image sensor with a resolution of twelve megapixels and an area of 7.3 x5, 5 millimeters. The lens features a 10.7 times zoom and an optical image stabilizer. Converted into small format extends the focal length of 28-300 mm. The light intensity is constant at 1:2.8 - for other lenses they usually decreases with increasing focal length.

The TruePic VI image processor has already been proven in the OM -D EM- 5. Since it automatically opens and closes by itself, the lens cap is permanently attached to the stylus 1. Olympus equips the camera with a wireless module. With this it can transfer photos via Smartphones and tablets to the Internet.

Additionally then can use the mobile devices as a remote control. A 1:1 image of the camera screen, which allows you to set the focus from a distance and take the shot, appears on their touch screen. The electronic viewfinder with 1.44 million pixels offers a sharp image. The three -inch touch screen can be tilted upwards and downwards.

The photographer has the privilege to sets using Touch AF determines the point the stylus 1 is sharp. For a compact camera is an external manual control also there. To do this, the hybrid control ring on the lens part. With this you have to take the control of the most common settings without the hand of the camera. Your images and full HD video can be stores on the Olympus Stylus 1 SD card.

The photos also can be kept ready an uncompressed raw data format. The Olympus Stylus is 1 is coming to the market early in December 2013 for the suggested retail price of 599 Euros.

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