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Wednesday, April 1, 2009



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The Olympus E-450 - one of the lightest DSLR in the world


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Olympus has announced E-450, a new 10 megapixel DSLR - 380g camera and is one of the lightest DSLR in the world.


The camera is based on the Four Thirds standard and offers 3 filters including Pop Art and Soft Focus, a brighter 2.7 inch LCD screen, Supersonic Wave Filter for dust protection, and 28 shooting modes. Responsible for picture processing is TruePic III+ image processor including improved AF, Face Detection and Shadow Adjustment Technology to boost exposure in dark parts of an image and face detection.

The E-450 has ISO range of 100-1600 and has possibility of continuous shooting of 3.5fps with up to eight RAW images, but it lacks in image stabilisation and video recording.


The Olympus E-450 will be available body only from May 2009 with a single lens kit 14-42mm 1:3.5-5.6, and a double zoom kit with the 14-42mm 1:3.5-5.6 and 40-150mm 1:4.0-5.6 lenses.




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1 comments:

leandro said...

It is the lighteſt dSLR in ðe world, period.

Unleß you count ðe diſcontinued Olympus E-410.

Beſides, ðere is ðe Olympus E-630, ðe lighteſt dSLR wiþ image ſtabiliſation in ðe world.