Besides the VH-410, VH-515 and TG-625 cameras belonging to the Stylus range, the company has announced the arrival of the Olympus Stylus SP-820UZ along with the SZ-14 DX. While the former boasts of employing the iHS technology and 40x optical zoom, the latter is accompanied by an 8x pair of binoculars.
First up is the Stylus SP-820UZ that makes use of a 14MP CMOS sensor, a built-in image processing engine and the iHS technology to produce high definition images. A 22.4mm wide-angle lens offers 40x optical zoom and Multi-Motion Movie image stabilization eliminates blurring effect due to camera shake, while capturing moving objects.
The camera even comes with Magic Filters as well as iAuto and records HD 1920 x 1080p videos in formats like MOV and H.264. A dedicated movie button can be used to start recording instantly. It features HDMI Output Control, so photographers can select and switch between images with the help of a remote control. The other attributes include support for SD, SDHC, SDXC and Eye-Fi memory cards, Pet mode, Auto Shutter and more.
The multi-purpose SZ-14 DX digital camera with 24x optical zoom and a pair of binoculars, form a part of the ‘Big Telephoto Set.’ Sensor shift image stabilization, Dual IS and multi-motion supported image stabilization work towards doing away with blurred shots. The iAuto shooting mode and Magic Filter can be used for adding creative touches to pictures clicked by this snapper. Moreover, its 3D Photo function facilitates capturing 3D images too.
The Olympus Stylus SP-820UZ price has not been revealed, but it will go up for sale in September. The SZ-14 DX is expected to hit store shelves this month.