Olympus has this week unveiled and launched a new addition to their range of compact camera in the form of the Olympus Stylus 1, which is fitted with a 12-megapixel 1/1.7-inch BSI CMOS sensor.
The new Olympus Stylus 1 is also fitted with a TruePic VI image processor from the Olympus’ Stylus XZ-2 iHS and combines both with a handy 10.7 x f2.8 28-300mm lens.
Olympus has equipped their new camera with a larger sensor than other cameras in the same market to provide users with a faster response when focusing at full zoom.
On the rear of the Olympus intros Stylus 1 is a integrated electronic view finder together with a 3 inch 1M-dot-resolution touch-screen LCD and a flash accessory hot shoe. Other features of the Olympus Stylus 1 include support for wireless connectivity, allowing users to connect the camera to their Android or iOS devices to transfer images or provide remote control features when required.
If you are looking for even more zoom capabilities of the new Olympus intros Stylus 1, Olympus have also created a CLA-13 converter adapter and TCON-17x 1.7x teleconverter lens. Which when combined will allow you to enjoy 510mm zoom while still enjoying the features of the constant f2.8 aperture. The new Olympus Stylus 1 will be arriving in stores during December and will be priced at $700.
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