Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Olympus unveils new SP-720 UZ

                                                       Olympus SP-720 UZ

The Olympus SP-720UZ is based around a 1/2.3"-type CMOS image sensor with an effective resolution of 14 megapixels, coupled to a 26x optical zoom lens, with output handled by a TruePic III -branded image processor. Maximum image dimensions are 4,288 x 3,216 pixels. The Olympus SP720UZ stores images in JPEG format, and is also able to record movies at high-definition Full HD (1920 x 1,080 pixel) .

resolution or below, using Motion JPEG compression. Connectivity options include both USB 2.0 High Speed data, composite standard definition video output, and Type-D HDMI high definition video output. SP-720UZ is doing well in all conditions, imaging and recording, whether it be portrait, still nature or extremely low light conditions.

26x wide optical zoom
1080p Full HD Movie & HDMI control
HDR Backlight Adjustment
Handheld Starlight Mode
High-Speed Continuous Shooting
Hamburg,  An Olympus Ultra Zoom ‘Traveller’ camera wears its class on its sleeve – there’s no mistaking the huge optical zoom lens on the front, nor the extraordinary character and quality of the images it delivers. Both offer impressive wide-angle capability for shooting landscapes, interiors and crowds. The SP-720UZ is available from late March for €249. The SP-620UZ goes on sale for €189 in mid-January. Both cameras come in silver or black.

It comes equipped with a 21x wide-angle optical zoom lens (25-525mm*) while the SP-720UZ has a spectacular 26x wide-angle optical zoom (26-676mm*). Image quality is excellent on both cameras, thanks in part to the 14-Megapixel CMOS sensor on the SP-720UZ and a 16-Megapixel CCD on the SP-620UZ. Like Multi-Motion IS on the SP-620UZ which cuts out camera shake even when the user is moving, allowing you to record movies in the best quality available


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