Olympus recently announced their latest digital SLR camera, E-620, which features a 12.3-megapixel High-Speed Live MOS Sensor, dual-axis variable-angle 2.7-inch LCD monitor and weighs a mere 475g.
Olympus Imaging has announced the latest addition to its consumer class of Four Thirds System-compliant E-System digital SLR cameras. The new E-620, which is scheduled for release in March, claims to be the world’s smallest and lightest interchangeable lens type digital SLR to incorporate an image stabilization mechanism.
The E-620’s newly developed small image stabilization mechanism features a compensation effect of up to 4 EV steps. Weighing just 475g, it incorporates 12.3-megapixel High-Speed Live MOS Sensor and the new TruePic III+ image processing engine to capture pictures with superior quality.
It has a large 2.7-inch dual-axis variable-angle LCD monitor and features 7-point AF system for fast, accurate autofocusing and high-speed sequential shooting at 4 frames per second.
The Olympus E-620 is scheduled to be launched at end of March. No pricing details as per press time.
- Excellent portability assured by world’s smallest, lightest body with built-in image stabilization (newly developed compact system featuring compensation up to 4 EVs) and dual-axis variable 2.7-inch LCD.
- Easy-to-apply Art Filters for enhanced creativity, multi-aspect function with a choice of 4 different aspect ratios, High-Speed Imager AF for responsive Live View shooting, and other features for versatile photographic expression.
- High picture quality with 12.3-megapixel High-Speed Live MOS Sensor and TruePic III+ image processing engine.
- Top-of-its-class high-speed performance with newly developed 7-point AF system for fast, accurate focusing, high-speed 4-fps sequential shooting, and more.