Olympus has just unveiled three new additions to its camera range with the launch of the Olympus SZ-30MR, TG-810 and SZ-20. All featuring a 3-inch LCD, HDMI connection, high ISO and sensor-based mechanical image stabilisation, smart panorama, 3D photo and SDXC and Eye-Fi card compatibility.
The most expensive of the three the Olympus SZ-30MR priced at €329 is equipped with backlit CMOS sensor with 24x (25-600mm) optical zoom and Dual Engine TruePic III+ processing. Its also the first to simultaneously record 1080p video while shooting 16 megapixel stills.
The Olympus SZ-20 camera is not equipped with the MR and also has a small 12.5x zoom but these omissions are reflected in its price of €219.
Finally the Olympus TG-810 which is fitted in a rugged outer that is crushproof to 100kg in weight says Olympus. Together with being waterproof to 10 meters, shockproof at a distance of 2 meters and freezeproof down to temperatures of -10 degree celsius.
The Olympus TG-810 is equipped with a 14 megapixel CCD sensor, a 5x (28-140mm) optical zoom, 720p movie mode, TAP control (for gloved use), GPS, and even has an electronic compass, all for the price of €299
Via SlashgearFiled Under: Camera News