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Olympus' experimental image sensor shoots color and near-infrared simultaneously

Two images, one sensor. A new photo imaging sensor, developed by Olympus in partnership with the Tokyo Institute of Technology, is capable of capturing color and near-infrared images simultaneously.
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Olympus merges simplicity and affordability in new lens kit options

Buying Micro Four Thirds lenses just got simpler for newbies, with two-lens kits from Olympus that take the guesswork out of choosing lenses. Oh, and they're cheaper too.
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Olympus rugged Stylus TG-Tracker is an outdoors camera worthy of lumberjacks

Featuring a field sensor system that collects environmental data, Olympus' new Tough TG-Tracker rugged action cam overlays metric info onto stills and videos. The 8MP camera also records video in 4K with a 204-degree field of view.
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Olympus adds luxury touch to E-M10 Mark II with limited edition

Olympus is giving its entry-level O-MD camera a luxurious upgrade with a limited edition that wrapped in brown synthetic leather, with a complementing genuine leather strap. The kit also includes a 14-42mm lens with special metal cap.
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Olympus’ 300mm lens puts extra stabilization into handheld photography

Olympus' new 300mm PRO-series Micro Four Thirds lens is its first with built-in image stabilization. Combined with select cameras with 5-axis image stabilization, it increases the stabilization further.
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Olympus gives new love to E-M1, E-M5 II cameras via firmware updates

For owners of Olympus' O-MD E-M1 and E-M5 Mark II cameras, upcoming firmware updates will add new features. These include focus bracketing for depth-of-field images with greater area of focus, and other enhancements to photos and videos.
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Turn your phone into a legit camera with the Olympus Air, soon to come stateside

Olympus is the latest to introduce a lens camera, a concept pioneered by Sony. The new Air is a self-contained Micro Four Thirds camera that attaches to a smartphone or tablet, and lets you attach a variety of interchangeable lenses.
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Olympus pokes fun at DSLRs, wants people to avoid ‘DSL-Arm’

According to Olympus, there's a new medical condition affecting photographers, called "DSL-Arm," but it's actually a new marketing campaign to promote its smaller, lighter O-MD E-M5 Mark II camera.