According to latest rumors surfaced over the web Canon will soon announce the Canon pro powershot G7X camera along with Canon SX60 HS Megazoom, the Canon social camera N2 is also expected to arrive at the same day.
We don’t have any conformation about the specification of all these three camera but based on past rumors we hope that the Canon G7X may feature a large 1″ sensor as rumored few days ago, the Canon SX60 HS will sure have 60X + zoom lens and the N2 will a regular update to the N1 model.
The most important and intresting part of the announcement is the new G7X and SX60 HS, all these camera may be announced on the same day along with 7D Mark II DSLR and two new lenses..
also see – Canon 7D Mark II image and Full Specification Leaked
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Canon 7D Mark II new set of rumored specification is leaked canonrumor.com, according to the website a friend of Canon 7D Mark II Beta or pre-production camera user, the leaked specification details are clear like a mud, take a look below…
Canon 7D Mk II latest leapossibly near about 24ked specification
- High megapixel count (possibly 22-24)
- High Speed AF performance
- New Image Processor
- Greatly improved low light and ISO/noise performance
- New Sensor technology used
- Good price point
- Release by Autumn season as expected
All the things above look like a wish-list and not a specification, Stay with us we will update you soon as any new info related to 7D Mk II arrives.
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Sony RX100 M3 vs Canon Canon G1X Mark II, the Sony RX100 M3 comes with a 1 inch sensor on the other hand the Canon G1X Mark II have a 1.5 inch sensor, the more sensor area means more light gathering area and hence you get noise free images and more color + contrast at high ISO range compared to the competitor… take a look at the major difference below
We already discussed the benefit of larger sensor, now lets talk about the lens. The Canon offers more optical zoom lens (2x more) compared to Sony RX100 M3 but Sony offers better aperture range compared to Canon. Bright lenses delivers bit more light to the sensor.
Zoom + Macro mode: Canon offers more zoom lens + better macro mode compared to Sony RX100 M3.
Hybrid Image Stabilization: Both camera features Hybrid Image stabilization modes, Canon G1X Mark II offers IS for wide range of movements >> Panning IS, Macro (Hybrid), Dynamic IS mode (video work) and final Powered IS for tele zoom, we are bit un-confimred but Sony RX100 M3 also features 5 axis based IS system, no more details available.
Advance AF system: Both camera have same type of contrast detect AF system, but the Canon G1X Mark II comes with more AF point hence you get more screen area under AF
Shutter Range: Canon G1X Mark II have bit broad shutter range compared to RX100 M3.
Top Continuous shooting speed: Sony features 2X more continuous shooting speed (10 fps) than Canon G1X Mark II, hence for sports-shooter we recommend RX100 M3 camera.
Video: Sony RX100 M3 shoot Full HD videos 60fps and able to record it at high-quality XAVC S format, which uses a Long GOP (Group of Pictures) structure, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 video compression is also available., and other major feature is linear PCM audio compression option available in RX100 M3 camera. Canon G1X Mark II records Full HD videos @ 30fps in the Internet-friendly MP4 format.
Display: Canon G1X Mark II have 3.0″ 1,040k-dot capacitive touchscreen LCD display unit, that moves on multiple direction on the other hand RX100 M3 have 3.0″ 1229k-Dot Multi-Angle Xtra Fine LCD.
Viewfinder: Sony RX100 M3 features advance 1440k-Dot OLED Tru-Finder Pop-Up EVF with eye sensor, no viewfinder present in Canon GX Mark II.
Ease of use: Sony RX100 M3 is very pocket-table camera and easily fits in your tight jeans without any problem, the Canon G1X Mark II need a jacket pocket.
Price Factor: Both camera available at approx same price tag – $799 (MSRP), no major difference here.
Connectivity: Both camera features WiFi and NFC connectivity.
Verdict: Yes Canon will give you better image quality due to its larger sensor + you get bit more flexibility due to the more optical zoom lens and better macro mode. But Sony gives you ultra compact design, fast continuous shooting mode and excellent video recording mode with high-quality XAVC S format recording option.
if you are a travel / street photographer and need a ultra slime camera for your pocket than Sony RX100 M3 is a excellent choice.
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Lytro announces its second light-field camera today, the camera comes with massive hardware upgrade compared to it predecessor, the new Illum camera features Custom-designed 40-megaray light field 1″ sensor (4X bigger than its predecessor) and a F2 (constant aperture) based 30-250mm (8X) fixed zoom lens.
The bigger sensor and a bright lens will allow lytro to create images with more depth and details, other new pro-features include full manual controls like Program, ISO priority, shutter priority. The Illum runs on android OS and features built in WiFi connectivity, on the rear side we have 4-inch articulating touchscreen LCD with 800×480 pixel resolution.
You can pre-order your camera from Lytro’s @ $1,499. Current Lytro owners can get $200 off the purchase price.
Mountain View, Calif. – (April 22, 2014) – Lytro, Inc. revealed today its powerful vision for the future of photography with the unveiling of LYTRO ILLUM, a light field camera and software platform designed to redefine the way we portray the world around us. Built to harness the full power of the light field, the professional-grade LYTRO ILLUM will give photographers a new medium capable of capturing visual experiences in their purest form — not as a static cross-section of reality but an authentic, interactive window into their world.
The camera paves the way for an immersive brand of storytelling in which images can be brought to life in multiple dimensions through Light Field Photography — a transformative new category that empowers artistic creation and expression beyond what is possible in the 2D world of digital and film. In capturing the color, intensity and direction of every light ray flowing into the camera, LYTRO ILLUM provides a massive amount of visual information that allows photographers to recreate sights and scenes on a truly experiential canvas.
“With LYTRO ILLUM, creative pioneers — ranging from artistic amateurs to experienced professionals — will tap into a new wave of graphical storytelling. Now artist and audience alike can share an equally intimate connection with the imagery, and, in a sense, jointly participate in the magic of its creation,” said Lytro CEO Jason Rosenthal. “By combining a novel hardware array with tremendous computational horsepower, this camera opens up unprecedented possibilities to push the boundaries of creativity beyond the limits inherent in digital or film photography.”
To enable such rich, layered compositions, LYTRO ILLUM delivers unparalleled optical versatility by merging custom-built hardware with a powerful software platform. The camera offers a 40-megaray light field sensor, 8x optical zoom range, constant f/2.0 aperture and a high-speed shutter capable of freezing motion under a wide variety of conditions. After image capture, the innovative software platform empowers photographers to adjust aspects of images that were previously fixed, such as focus, tilt, perspective shift and depth of field, which allows the photographer to create images that will resonate for the viewer not just in one dimension, but in every dimension.
“My photography style pushes me to look for ways to tell a more compelling story with every image. LYTRO ILLUM gave me that ability by incorporating an interactive element that captures different visual touch points at every depth,” said Kyle Thompson, a Chicago-based photographer known for his surreal conceptual style and
one of the early users of the camera. “With LYTRO ILLUM, I’ve been able to make a multi-dimensional image with more perspectives to explore.”
LYTRO ILLUM’s totally unique photographic experience reflects the technological revolution around virtual reality and 3D graphics as powerful new storytelling formats in the Digital Age. In the hands of creative pioneers, the camera is a catalyst for a transformational shift in which the world will increasingly look for opportunities to craft a more immersive artistic experience.
“Light Field Photography is following the classic pattern for a transformational concept,” said Lytro founder Dr. Ren Ng. “The original Lytro camera, which launched in 2012, introduced an entirely new era in photography. LYTRO ILLUM will advance this movement to a new level. We are very excited by the potential of this camera to ignite a photography revolution on the magnitude of the transformation from film to digital.”
In addition to enabling post-capture image adjustments, LYTRO ILLUM’s proprietary software platform enables users to view images in 3D, build custom animations, export images into common formats like JPEG and share to the Web or mobile devices. LYTRO ILLUM’s workflow is also compatible with existing photo-editing suites like Adobe’s Photoshop and Lightroom software and Apple’s Aperture software, allowing creative pioneers to use the tools they already know and love.
LYTRO ILLUM Availability
The LYTRO ILLUM camera will ship starting July 2014 for a retail price of $1,599.
Lytro Illum Specification
Technology: Lytro Light Field Sensor and Lytro Light Field Engine v2.0
Weight: Camera 33.15 oz | 940 grams Battery 3.17 oz | 90 grams
Camera Dimensions: 3.38 in x 5.7 in x 6.5 in | 86 mm x 145 mm x 166 mm
Body: Magnesium and Aluminum
Grip and lens rings: Silicone
Lens: 8x zoom, 30 – 250 mm eqivalent focal length; constant f/2 aperture
Max Shutter Speed: 1/4000 sec
Controls: Power button; shutter button; Lytro button; zoom control (electronic ring);
focus control (electronic ring); front and rear dials; AE-L, AF, Light Field
Hyperfocal and custom buttons; touchscreen
Display: 4 in | 101.6mm, 480 x 800, articulating back-lit LCD with glass touchscreen
Exposure Control: Program, ISO Priority, Shutter Priority, Manual
Depth Assist Features: Depth Scale, Depth Histogram, Depth Overlay, Spot Depth Feedback
File Output: Light Field Picture file
Light Field Resolution: 40 Megarays: the numbers of light rays captured by the light field sensor.
(internet access required).
Picture Viewing: View and interact with living pictures on the Lytro camera as well as any
supported computer, smartphone or tablet.
Software: Includes a free desktop application for importing, processing and interacting with
living pictures from the camera. Software requires Mac OS 10.8.5 or higher or
Windows 7 or 64-bit Windows 8.
Battery: Removable Li-Ion battery
Storage Media: SD memory card slot
E-waste: RoHS certified
Box Dimensions: approx. 8.07 in x 8.07 in x 8.07 in | 205 mm x 205 mm x 205 mm
Included: Lytro Illum Camera; battery, battery charger, mirco USB 3.0 cable, lens cap,
lens hood, cleaner cloth, strap points, strap
Lytro Illum Software Platform
• Virtual camera controls in post-processing, including aperture focus and perspective adjustments and physically accurate tilt control
• Instantly displays 3D photos on 3D-capable devices
• Integrated sharing to leading social networks including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google+
• Library of drag-and-drop cinematic animations, including pan, zoom, focus and perspective shift
• Interactive depth assist
• Workflow is compatible with existing photo-editing suites like Adobe’s Photoshop and Lightroom software and Apple’s Aperture software
The Canon G1X Mark II latest test result published over the web, the score of new G1X Mk II is lower than its predecessor Canon G1X.
Canon G1X Mk II comes with new sensor, fast / bright lens and improves AF performance, but the new sensor test score turn out too bad according to DxO Mark lab… hope Canon will fix this in next Canon G1X Mark III camera.
Also see specification comparison review here – Canon G1X Mark II vs Canon G1X | | Canon G1X Mark II vs Sony RX100 M2
Olympus Stylus 1 finally announced today, the camera features 12 MP 1/1.7″ back-side illuminated CMOS sensor, 10.7x optical zoom lens with an f/2.8 constant aperture, ISO range from 100-12800, on the rear side we have 1.44 million-dots resolution EVF and 3.0″ tilt-touch LCD screen has a resolution of 1.04 million dots. Take a look at the major specification below
Olympus Stylus 1 Major Features
- 12MP 1/1.7″ BSI CMOS Sensor
- 10.7x i.Zuiko Optical Zoom Lens
- 28-300mm Equiv; f/2.8 Constant Aperture
- Super Macro Mode with 2″ Minimum Focus
- 1.4M-dot High-Def EVF with Eye Sensor
- 3.0″ 1.04M-dot Tilt-Touch LCD
- Full 1080p HD Video
- Built-in Wi-Fi Connectivity
- Hybrid Control Ring and Auto Lens Cap
- Built-in Flash, Wireless, Hot Shoe
Full HD 1080p at 30 fps is supported by the Stylus 1, other features include Built-in Wi-Fi Connectivity, Hybrid Control Ring enables zooming, manual focus and adjustment of aperture, shutter speed and more manually.
Olympus Stylus 1 Price – $699.00
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Olympus Imaging Corporation (President: Haruo Ogawa) is pleased to announce the upcoming release of the OLYMPUS STYLUS 1, scheduled to go on sale in late November 2013. This model boasts an optical 10.7x (28-300mm*1), constant aperture f2.8, large-diameter, high-performance iZUIKO DIGITAL lens, and offer the DSLR-level image quality and functionality into a compact, slim camera body.
Pricing and Launch Date
|Compact digital camera
||OLYMPUS STYLUS 1 (Black)
||Late November 2013
- An optical 10.7x (28-300mm*1), constant aperture f2.8 i.ZUIKO DIGITAL zoom lens packed into a compact, slim body.
- Equipped with a built-in large-size, high-image quality, high-resolution EVF for checking versatile shooting conditions.
- Shooting style of enhanced operability and stability inherited from OM-D, and a premium compact, slim design
- Full-featured controls and customization let users focus on shooting
- Built-in Wi-Fi*2 for easy image sharing and wireless shooting
||Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance.
The compact digital camera market is currently shrinking across the world, however, among these conditions, models with a large-format imaging sensor, bright lens, premium high image quality and performance, and models with a high magnification which cover a wide range of shooting conditions, remain their popularity.
Since announcing the XZ-1 in January 2011, Olympus has released the STYLUS-XZ-2 and the STYLUS XZ-10 equipped with i.ZUIKO DIGITAL lenses that feature excellent image quality and brightness to the telephoto end, resulted in leading the high-performance model market. All-in-one cameras that support various scenes with powerful zooms have also proved to be popular among families for shooting vacations and children’s events. However, up to now it has been difficult to create a model with a powerful zoom lens that effectively balanced the size, excellent image quality, and brightness at all focal lengths.
The new OLYMPUS STYLUS 1 is equipped with a newly-developed powerful i.ZUIKO DIGITAL lens that features a compact size, excellent image quality, and brightness at all focal lengths. Many powerful zoom models face the problem of subject blur that occurs in telephoto shooting in dark locations. This revolutionary lens significantly reduces subject blur without degrading image quality. The STYLUS 1 is the flagship model of the STYLUS series, achieving excellent image quality and a high zoom factor through the fusion of an i.ZUIKO DIGITAL lens, and the shooting style of the Olympus Mirrorless Interchangeable-Lens flagship model, the OM-D. The best functions from larger, heavier, and more expensive DSLR cameras with the similar specs have been packed into a compact, slim body.
i.ZUIKO DIGITAL lens of the STYLUS 1 covers a focal distance of 28 to 300mm at 10.7x (35mm equivalent), with a rarely-seen, bright constant aperture f2.8. The brightness of the lens is available at all focal lengths, and promises excellent image quality and defocusing effects from macro shooting to telephoto shooting, with performance that departs from traditional compact cameras. Also, all types of aberrations that occur in powerful zoom cameras are almost perfectly corrected at all focal lengths.
This camera is equipped with a large-size electronic viewfinder (EVF) with the largest magnification factor in class for a compact camera that is equal in quality to the Mirrorless Interchangeable-Lens camera, OM-D, where users can watch varied shooting conditions change in real time in the viewfinder. Stable shooting style while looking into the EVF, full-featured performance, and design that extends to every detail of the slim body make authentic, OM-D-inherited shooting possible. When the automatic opening lens cap is attached, the time from turning the power on to shooting is shortened, and because only the faintest sound from the lens shutter can be heard, the STYLUS 1 delivers a new experience in quiet shooting.
We also focused on the controls of STYLUS 1. In addition to using the Hybrid Control Ring made popular on the STYLUS XZ-2, the zoom lever and customization of all buttons ensure that users never miss a photo opportunity, for authentic shooting that is equal to DSLR cameras.
The STYLUS 1 is the flagship model of the STYLUS series, packing DSLR-level excellent image quality, powerful magnification, superior functions, and a wide shooting range into a compact body for an authentic shooting experience that anyone can easily enjoy – from beginners to advanced users.
Main Features Details
1. An optical 10.7x (28-300mm*1), constant aperture f2.8 i.ZUIKO DIGITAL zoom lens packed into a compact, slim body
1) Constant aperture f2.8, powerful zoom lens for those who enjoy creative shooting
This 10.7x zoom lens boasts a maximum aperture value of f2.8 that is bright in all focal length, and covers from 28 to 300mm (35mm equivalent). In particular, the beautiful defocusing effects produced by the f2.8 at a 300mm equivalent telephoto setting overturns conventional wisdom about compact cameras, making it possible to capture photos where subjects seem to float off the image. Additionally, the brightness of the lens makes it possible to lower the ISO speed, which is beneficial to image quality.
Because the aperture value is fixed to f2.8 even when zooming, control of exposure in Aperture priority (A) mode is easy. Also, because the shutter speed can be increased, subject blur that tends to occur in dim-lit shooting scenes can be reduced. The brightness across all focal length, and fixed large aperture make this a masterpiece of a lens, fulfilling the highest demands for professionals in a zoom lens.
2) Optical design and coating that support excellent image quality
i.ZUIKO DIGITAL lens of the STYLUS 1 was developed based on the DSLR interchangeable ZUIKO DIGITAL lens series, for sharp, next-generation depictive performance from the center to the edges of the image. Olympus molding technology cultivated with DSLR interchangeable lenses was freely used to create a DSA (Dual Super Aspherical) lens for use as an aspherical element in the lens group. A total of 9 aspherical lenses are used in the 12 element, 10 group lens construction. This construction not only effectively compensates for all types of aberration in all zoom range, but allows the lens barrel to be stored in the 52mm deep body when retracted. In order to remove ghosts and flaring, the Olympus-original ZERO (Zuiko Extra-low Reflection Optical) coating was applied to the surface of the lens. These measures ensure highly clear depictive performance, even in backlit or other unfavorable shooting conditions.
3) Powerful macro shooting function
At a 300mm equivalent telephoto setting the minimum shooting distance from the end of the lens is 80cm, making tele-macro defocusing effects possible. With Super Macro, close-up shooting from 5cm away from the end of the lens is available.
4) Powerful image stabilization
Lens shift-type image stabilization is used on the STYLUS 1. This method enables a compact camera construction, and reduces camera shake that tends to occur at telephoto settings or when shooting in dark locations.
5) Automatic Lens Cap attached
A removable lens cap that automatically opens when the power is turned on is supplied with the camera so that users can rest easy, knowing that they will always be able to capture the moment.
2. Equipped with a built-in large-size, high-image quality, high-resolution EVF for checking versatile shooting conditions
1) Performance that exceeds entry-level DSLR cameras
The STYLUS 1 is equipped with a built-in EVF equal to the Olympus Mirrorless interchangeable lens camera, OM-D E-M5. The beauty of the 1.44 million dots, high-resolution LCD is without compare when measured against previous compact digital cameras or home-use camcorders. With field coverage of 100%, it outperforms field coverage of entry-level DSLR cameras. With clear visibility from the center to the edges, users can check the exposure, color, and focus peaks before shooting.
2) Fast response and eye sensor functions
Viewfinder shooting is stress free, thanks to the fast response and short display time lag. Also, with the eye sensor function, simply looking into the viewfinder automatically switches the display from the rear monitor to the viewfinder. The eye sensor is automatically turned off when the rear monitor is tilted or the playback menu is being used to prevent misoperation and improve usability.
3) Adaptive Brightness Technology
This feature raises the brightness of backlight when shooting in bright outdoor conditions, and lowers the brightness in dark indoor conditions, reducing visual errors from light and dark adaptation of the eye. The backlight brightness is automatically adjusted in accordance with ambient light to maintain the proper brightness providing a natural appearance that is close to that of optical viewfinders (OVF).
4) Electronic level gauge and highlight & shadow display
This feature provides functions unavailable on optical viewfinders, and is useful for checking the electronic level gauge while looking at subject (previous display and 3D display), as well as displaying highlights and shadows for finishing photos with a touch of distortion or just the right exposure.
3. Shooting style of enhanced operability and stability inherited from OM-D, and a premium compact, slim design
As the flagship of the STYLUS brand, the STYLUS 1 neither function nor design were compromised, with attention down to the smallest details. The excellent control and stability of OM-D-inherited shooting style provides ease of use as a DSLR sub model.
The highly-stable grip, even when shooting at a 300mm*1 equivalent, lets users firmly hold the camera for long periods of time without tiring. The entire control scheme is designed around the right grip hand, including the zoom lever and Hybrid Control Ring so that a stable DSLR shooting style is possible while looking through the electronic viewfinder.
A compact, slim body design was achieved with a pentaprism silhouette while including a viewfinder and built-in flash. When an interchangeable lens with an equivalent focal length of 28 to 300mm is attached to a DSLR or Mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera, they become large and heavy, but the STYLUS 1 achieves the similar outstanding performance in a compact, slim body design. This camera can be carried around in a bag for easy and fun shooting with the authentic operation of a DSLR sub model. The camera has a premium black finish.
4. Full-featured controls and customization let users focus on shooting
The STYLUS 1 maintains its comfortable controls while providing customization to match users’ shooting style for an intuitive approach to shooting exactly as photos are envisioned.
1) Hybrid Control Ring
This model is equipped with the STYLUS XZ-2’s popular Hybrid Control Ring. Because frequently used functions can be assigned to the Hybrid Control Ring, settings such as the aperture value or exposure compensation can be quickly adjusted with a twist of the ring, letting users capture images exactly the way they want without missing a chance of shooting. Using the Control Lever located next to the lens, two control types (analog and digital) can be switched immediately.
The subdial which can be controlled with the thumb of the right hand is equipped for the first time on an Olympus compact digital camera. This feature lets users grip the camera with their right hand and change all pre-assigned settings with minimal movement. In combination with the Control Ring, numerous settings can be changed quickly.
3) Two selectable zoom levers
On compact digital cameras, the zoom lever is normally located on the top of the camera. In addition to the usual location, the STYLUS 1 includes a zoom lever on the left hand side of the lens. With this innovation, the camera can be supported with the left hand for DSLR-style zoom operations, allowing users to focus on the release button with the right index finger so that photo opportunities are never missed. The left hand zoom lever can also be used to adjust the zoom slowly for fine adjustments when composing a shot.
4) Rich customization functions
Users can assign frequently used functions to the Fn1 button and movie button for quick activation. Also, each time the Fn2 button is pressed, multiple functions can be switched, and when the function is activated it can be set to the Hybrid Control Ring or Sub-dial to be used. Two different custom modes are available on the mode dial. Users’ favorite pre-assigned settings can be activated simply by turning the dial.
5. Built-in Wi-Fi*2 for easy image sharing and wireless shooting
The STYLUS 1 is equipped with a built-in Wi-Fi function which enables easy connection to a smartphone simply by touching the Wi-Fi icon. The OLYMPUS Image Share (OI.Share)*3 smartphone app can be used to easily send images to a smartphone.
With the OI.Share remote control function, the camera’s Live View screen can be viewed on a smartphone while remote shooting in P, A, S, M, and iAUTO modes for smooth operations and zoom operations is also available. By touching the Live View screen that appears on the smartphone AF points can be specified and the shutter can be activated with the same controls as on the camera. Also, users need only to transfer highly-precise GPS logs obtained with OI.Share to the camera to easily add geotags (location information) to images taken with the camera.
Using OI.Share’s simple connection function, troublesome initial settings can be easily completed simply by scanning the QR code that appears on the camera screen.
iHS stands for “intelligence”, “high-speed”, and “high-sensitivity”. With the combination of a 1/1.7 type, 12.0 megapixel*4, back-lit CMOS sensor (BSI CMOS sensor), and the TruePic image processor designed for the OLYMPUS PEN, focusing speed is improved, and users will always be able to capture the subject they want, beautifully, and without missing. Additionally, the STYLUS 1 inherits FAST AF from the OLYMPUS PEN series and Touch AF Shutter allows users to instantly shoot exactly the way they want by simply touching the screen, regardless of the subject’s position.
The STYLUS 1 includes an advanced version of PHOTO STORY, made popular on the STYLUS XZ-10. Shoot and select moments from various viewpoint by simply touching on the Live View screen. It offers 2 themes; “Standard” which has a variation of choices including patterns, effects, aspect ratios, and the number of images, and “Fun Frames” with three variations of stylish shot. With these features, everyday life will become memorable scenes with varied personalities.
The 11 Art Filters and 5 Art Effects*5 will fuel the spark of imagination so that users can create more stand-out pictures that match their imaginations exactly. Art Filter effects are available for still images, but they can also be used when shooting Full HD movies for greater freedom of expression and enjoyment. Art Filter Bracketing can help out users who have trouble deciding on which Filter to use by automatically applying multiple Art Filters and playing the images back in a slide show. This feature turns mediocre scenes into a virtual kaleidoscope of enjoyment, providing new discoveries in everyday scenery through unexpected filter effects. Additionally, Art Filter Bracketing can be applied when editing RAW images.
By enlarging 2x in the center of image, digital tele-converter function can be used. By applying this function to the Fn button, this function can be used by simply touching the button. With the superior performance of TruePic image processor, it enables to shoot up to 600mm F2.8*1 while retaining excellent image quality. With the tele-converter lens TCON-17X, it can shoot up to approx. 1020mm F2.8*1.
- Advanced iAUTO which automatically detects scene settings
- High-sensitivity shooting at ISO 12800 which reduces blurring and maintains excellent image quality
- Equipped with an ND filter for controlling exposure in 3 steps, for beautifully defocused shots even in bright locations
- The Bulb function enables up to 30 minute of shooting
- The Custom Self function offering customizable options such as the number of shots, self timer time, and shooting interval
- Equipped with a tilting 3.0 type, 1.04 million dots capacitive touch panel
- Zoom Framing Assist function helping users to recapture subjects lost during telephoto shooting, by reducing to half the zoom factor with the push of a single button so they can be found again
- Built-in flash
- i-Enhance mode is equipped on the STYLUS 1 for the first time on any compact camera, enabling automatic detection of subjects and optimal color and contrast reproduction
- Supported media: memory cards, (SD, SDHC, SDXC, UHS-I compatible), Eye-Fi cards
||Compatible with iOS and Android
||Art Effects and frames that can be applied differ depending on each Art Filter
Olympus Stylus 1 Full Specification
||1/1.7 type CMOS sensor
|Number of pixels
||12 million pixels (camera effective pixels)
||12 elements in 10 groups (Including 9 aspherical lenses)
||6.0mm – 64.2mm (35mm equivalent: 28mm – 300mm)
|Maximum aperture value
||Optical zoom: 10.7x
Digital Tele-converter: 2x (21.4x in combination with the optical zoom)
|Shooting range (from the end of the lens)
||Normal: 10 cm – infinity (W), 80 cm – infinity (T)
Super Macro: 5cm – 60cm (fixed focal length)
||DCF, DPOF compliant, Exif compatible, PRINT Image Matching III
|Recording image type
||RAW, JPEG, RAW+JPEG
|Number of recording pixels
||RAW: 3968 x 2976, JPEG:3968 x 2976 – 640 x 480
||Full HD/HD: MOV (MPEG-4AVC/H.264)
HS: Motion JPG
– Except for some Art Filters
|Number of recording pixels
||Full HD: 1920 x 1080, Aspect ratio: 16:9, 30p
Full HD: 1280 x 720, Aspect ratio: 16:9, 30p
HS120: 640 x 480, Aspect ratio: 4:3, 120p
HS240: 320 x 240, Aspect ratio: 4:3, 240p
|Maximum recording time
||Full HD: approx. 29 min., HD: approx. 29 min., HS: 20 sec.
– Except for some Art Filters
||Audio recording format
||Conforms to WAVE format (Stereo linear PCM/16 bit, Sampling frequency: 48 kHz)
|Maximum recording time
||Still images: Max. 30 sec., Movies: Depends on shooting time
||Supported recording media
||Memory cards (SD, SDHC, SDXC, UHS-I compatible), Eye-Fi cards
||Eye-level electronic viewfinder, approx. 1.44 million dots
|Field of view / magnification
approx. 0.92x*1 to approx. 1.15x*2 (50mm lens/infinity/-1m-1)
*1 When using viewfinder style 1 or 2 (4:3)
*2 When using viewfinder style 3 (4:3)
|Eyepoint / scope of dioptric adjustment
||Approx. 18 mm (at -1m-1)/approx. -4 to +2m-1 from the final lens surface
||Possible with the preview function button*
||Select from no lines, grid, golden section, gradation, diagonal
|Electronic level gauge display
||2-axis (horizontal/vertical directions) level gauge
|Brightness adjustment / color temperature adjustment
||Adjustment in ±7 steps/Adjustment in ±7 steps
||Can be exchanged for separately-sold Eye Cup EP-11
||Size, type / number of dots
||3.0 type tilting LCD monitor/Approx. 1.04 million dots, capacitive touch panel
||Lens shift type image stabilization
– Electronic image stabilization when shooting movies
||Imager AF mode
||Single AF, Super Macro, Continuous AF, AF Tracking, Manual
||Digital ESP, Center-weighted Average, Spot, Spot Highlight & Shadow Control
|Exposure control method
||iAUTO, Program, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, Manual, Custom1, Custom 2, PHOTO STORY, Scene Select, Art Filter
|Scene Select AE
||Portrait, ePortrait, Landscape, Sport, Night Scene, Night Scene & Portrait, Sunset, Documents, Panorama, Fireworks, Multi-Exposure, Beach & Snow
|Sensitivity (Standard output sensitivity)
||Still images: Auto ISO 100 – 12800 (Customizable, Default settings: ISO 100 – 1600) Manual ISO 100 – 12800)
|Exposure compensation range
||White balance mode
||Auto, Pre-setting (6 types), One Touch WB (register up to 2), Custom WB
– White Balance Compensation
||1/2000 – 60 sec., Bulb (Max. 30 min.)
||2 sec., 12 sec., custom
||1 frame, Sequential shooting, BKT, Self-timer
|Continuous shooting speed
||Approx. 7 fps
|Maximum frame rate
||[RAW] Approx. 25 frames in continuous shooting),
[JPEG: LN] Approx 70 frames in continuous shooting)
(When TOSHIBA SDHC UHS-I card EXCERIATMTYPE1 32GB is used, under in-house testing)
||Auto, Red-eye reduction, Fill In, Flash Off, Red-eye SLOW, SLOW, Manual (FULL, 1/1.3, 1/1.6, 1/2, 1/2.5, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/8, 1/10, 1/13, 1/16, 1/20, 1/25, 1/32, 1/40, 1/50, 1/64, 1/80, 1/100, 1/128)
||W: 0.6 – 10.3 m*, T: 0.8 – 8.5 m*
*At ISO 1600
||AE bracket, ND filter (equivalent to 3 steps)
||Pop Art, Soft Focus, Pale and Light Color, Light Tone, Grainy Film, Pin Hole, Diorama, Cross Process, Gentle Sepia, Dramatic Tone, Key Line
||Soft Focus Effect, Pin Hole Effect, White Edge Effect, Frame Effect, Star Light Effect
||Standard (Type I, II, III, IV)
Fun Frames (Instant, Film, Stripe)
||4:3, 3:2, 16:9, 1:1
||Single image, information display, index display, magnified display, movie (with sound, fast forward, rewind, pause), rotate playback slide show, slideshow effect (3 types)
||38 languages including Japanese and English
|Input / output
||HDMI output (HD/stereo), video output (SD/monaural)
|USB / AV terminal
||Dedicated multi-connector (Video: NTSC/PAL can be selected)
||HDMI micro connector (Type D)
||Rechargeable lithium ion battery BLS-5
|Number of possible shots (CIPA compliant)
||116.2mm x 87mm x 56.5mm (with lenscap, CIPA compliant – W x H x D, not including protrusions)
||Approx. 402g (CIPA compliant – including bundled rechargeable battery and memory card)
||Rechargeable lithium ion battery (BLS-5), Automatic Lens Cap (LC-51A), USB cable, shoulder strap, charger (BCS-5), AC cable, software CD-ROM, instruction manual
Thanks for the readers for sending the info, According to public Indonesian agency postal database Sony will soon announce three new camera, one of them is ILCE-5000 and other two names are beyond my recognition – “WW328261” and “WW328262“. could be the two new NEX-FF models code name? may be true… but don’t have any full details yet.
Just few days ago we have told you that Fuji X-E1 Successor Fuji X-E2 is coming, today we got confirmation that X-E2 is coming but there is also a XQ1 model in the list, the XQ1 is a compact camera of X series and we will probably see a new sensor inside the XQ1 model.
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