Olympus intros Stylus 1 enthusiast compact for zoom lovers
There I'm Josh Goldman with CNET and if you've ever tried to use compact cameras and lens indoors.
You've probably noticed that you end up we've blurry or noisy photos are both.
-- that's because the aperture sort of typical compact it very small and zoomed in.
-- the Olympus stylus one is no typical compact though.
I with a lens that has a constant F 28 aperture through its 28300. Millimeters zoom range.
That basically that allows you to use its ten point seven X zoom with less light and lessen the need to use slow shutter speeds -- highest those settings.
On top of that it uses the same -- -- six image processor and twelve megapixel one over one point seven inch B it's nice he must censor.
Found in the lips and stylus -- two -- --
Then you've got a wider range shooting options raw image capture and full HD in high speed movie capture.
And although it's a big big for a pocket camera it's still compact and has -- -- hiring is electronic viewfinder.
In a typical touch screen LCD.
A lot of direct control over settings a hot shoe and even built in Wi-Fi.
Unfortunately. -- 700 dollar price is likely going to keep it out of a lot of hands.
And that's a shame because between the limbs and other features it's back shooting performance and nice image quality.
It's an excellent camera. I'm Josh Goldman and that's a look at the Olympus stylus --
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