The new Olympus Stylus Tough TG-850 has a 180-degree tilting LCD that makes it easy to shoot self-portraits in all types of conditions, even underwater. The camera also boasts the widest-angle lens in a compact camera.
An analyst with Credit Suisse predicts that mid-tier camera makers Panasonic, Olympus, and Fujifilm won't survive due to big losses and stagnant growth in mirrorless cameras, leaving only Canon, Nikon, and Sony to dominate the top end, and smartphones at the…
Olympus is counting on increased sales of mirrorless models to help its camera business unit return to profit in 2014. Company CEO Hiroyuki Sasa says there's no plan to stop making cameras, as it's crucial to its healthcare business.
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To help prop up its camera business, Olympus President Hiroyuki Sasa is considering sharing more common camera parts with Sony – its largest shareholder – to help the company cut costs.
The live preview function in digital cameras was once seen as a hokey function that's best used in compact models, but with improvements in tech – electronic viewfinder, in particular – it has become essential.
Olympus will debut a new high-end Micro Four-Thirds OM-D camera next week called the E-M1, according to the 4/3 Rumors website. Olympus has been running teasers of a new camera on its websites, suggesting the rumor could be true.
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Is Olympus and Fujifilm calling it quits on budget cams a death knell for the basic point-and-shoot?
As more and more users embrace smartphones for casual photography, Olympus and Fujifilm have signaled they will exit the low-end sector and concentrate on higher-end cameras. Is this the beginning of the end for the basic point-and-shoot camera?
Quick autofocusing, five-axis image stabilization, fast shutter speed, and Wi-Fi gives Olympus' new retro-chic Micro Four Thirds PEN camera, the E-P5, more than just good looks.
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Although it was announced last month globally at the CP+ camera show in Japan, Olympus officially unveiled the U.S. availability of the new Stylus XZ-10, a high-performance compact point-and-shoot.
The Stylus XZ-10 is 40-percent more compact than Olympus' previous smallest camera, and has a lens coating that eliminates ghosting and lens flare.
Olympus updates its 75-300mm Micro Four Thirds telephoto lens with a new model that has a coating to reduce scratches and lens flare.