Do you long for the days when all cameras were black? Black bodies, black accessories, black lenses and so on? Well, you’re in luck because Olympus is right there with you, and it’s doing something about the severe lack of blackness on camera store shelves.
If the number of point and shoot cameras on display at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) tells us anything, it’s that the market is alive and well.
Olympus has officially announced the EP-2, the continuation of its long standing PEN line of cameras.
It may only be the end of July, but it appears that Olympus is prepping for the holiday shopping season by announcing a range of five new point and shoot camera models.
Olympus has officially announced the EP-1, the continuation of its long standing PEN line of cameras.
The Olympus Stylus Tough-8000 is the latest addition to the abuse-resistant camera range of Olympus. It shares the same ruggedness as the previous 1030SW but, improvement, will now go down to 33 feet (previously 10), will work in as cold as 14Â°F, has a 3.6x zoom and will arrive in the United States in February for US $400 in plenty of time for the summer.
Olympus has announced a new camera headed to its digital SLR lineup, the E-30. The mid-level DSLR will shoot photos at 12.5 megapixels and offer some of the same features as its more expensive counterparts.