Black Ultrathin Card Size Mini Cell Phone OLED Fashion Touch Bluetooth Unlocked $0.99 (1 Bid)End Date: Tuesday May-21-2013 20:54:38 PDTBid now | Add to watch list SPI 0.96" 128X64 Blue OLED Display Module AVR PIC Arduino Compatible $15.99End Date: Sunday Jun-9-2013 2:07:27 PDTBuy It Now for only: $15.99Buy It Now | Add to watch list I2C 0.91" 128x32 Monochrome OLED display module ( compatible Arduino ) $12.99End Date: Saturday May-25-2013 21:13:28 PDTBuy It Now for only: $12.99Buy It Now | Add to watch listRelated Posts:
Olympus Stylus TOUGH TG-2 iHS, the latest flagship of its Tough series of waterproof compact cameras. Stylus Tough TG-2 comes with Olympus Image Share (WiFi solution technology), iHS Technology, Super Macro for microscope level magnification, High Speed Movie recording for slow-motion playback, Aperture Control, F2 Lens with 4x Optical Zoom and 3″ OLED with special coatings to improve toughness. For more information, visit: www.olympusimage.com.my About Olympus Image Share (WiFi solution technology) www.youtube.com About High-Speed Movie: www.youtube.com Olympus Malaysia Facebook: www.facebook.comRelated Posts:
The TG-1 has the brightest zoom lens of any tough-style camera with an F2.0 aperture for outstanding pictures in low-light conditions. Using new A-GPS technology, satellite acquisition speed is significantly improved for location-tagged imaging. It’s reinforced 3-inch OLED screen delivers rich vibrant colours and outstanding clarity in picture composition and playback. It is also the most rugged Olympus Tough camera ever made. Buy Olympus TG 1 on ScubaOnline.com.au online shop. Video Rating: 0 / 5Related Posts:
Buy Now From AMAZON US is.gd Product Description Olympus OMD The Willoughby’s Olympus OM-D E-M5 Kit Includes:1. Olympus OM-D E-M5 16MP Live MOS Interchangeable Lens Camera with 3.0-Inch Tilting OLED Touchscreen (Black)2. Olympus M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 12-50mm F3.5-6.3 EZ Lens (Black)3. LowePro Deluxe Padded Camera Gadget Bag4. LexSpeed 32GB Class 10 SDHC Memory Card5. Flexpod Flexible Mini Tripod6. Spare Battery BLN-17. International Travel Charger. With Car Charger and European Adapter8. Lens Pen Cleaning System9. Digital Camera Cleaning Kit10. LCD Screen Protectors11. Memory Card Wallet12. Lens Pen Cleaning System13. Sunpak SDHC 2.0 USB Card Reader14. Professional Multi-Coated 2pc Essential Filter Kits15. Micro HDMI Cable 6’16. Willoughby’s Micro Fiber Cleaning ClothManufacturer Supplied Accessories:Front/Rear Lens CapsBody CapBLN-1 Lithium-Ion BatteryFL-LM2 Flash UnitBCN-1 Battery ChargerUSB CableA/V CableShoulder StrapOlympus Viewer 2 CD-ROM1-Year Limited Warranty Disclaimer: FootCenter Ltd is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon. Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon, Inc. or its affiliates. Video Rating: 0 / 5Related Posts:
This week is the annual Photokina conference in Cologne, and that means one thing: new cameras. Olympus today outed two of its new offerings, compact interchangeable lens cameras based around Micro Four Thirds sensors. The E-PM2 is Olympus’ smallerst and lightest PEN design, and aimed at entry-level users, while the E-PL5 is aimed more at slightly more demanding users and includes a swivelling screen, but both inherit a number of welcome features from Olympus’ well-received and much more expensive EM-5 model.
The EM-5 was celebrated first and foremost for its autofocus speed, one of the main areas where Micro Four Thirds and other compact interchangeables have lagged behind DSLRs in terms of performance. In hands-on use, Engadget found that focusing with these new cameras was nearly instantaneous with every lens they tried, save for some slight sluggishness when paired with Olympus’ 60mm f/2.8 macro, but macros often have to hunt a bit, and in general the performance of these two seems to push the bar forward considerably for the category.
They also sport a tweaked design with retro styling also borrowed from the EM-5, adding a hand grip for the E-PM2 which its predecessor the E-PM1 lacked. Both get an upgraded 16.8MP sensor, and image processing tech that promises improved low-light performance ranging up to 25,600 ISO, and new 3-inch 460,000-dot LCD displays with touch navigation. They also ship with a free coupon for a Toshiba FlashAir card, which operates like an Eye-Fi SD card to sling media from your camera to your computer wirelessly But maybe coolest of all, Olympus also introduced a new lens for its PEN line that alos doubles as a body cap, which a fixed focal length of 30mm operating at f/8.0. It makes for a super slim profile on the new PENs, making them almost, but not quite as pocketable as something like an RX100 with a lens that’s decent for walkaround outdoor shooting.
The E-PL5 retails for $ 650 body-only, or $ 700 with a 12-42mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens, and the E-PM2 sells for $ 550 body alone, or $ 600 with the same kit lens. All configurations include an external flash, the FL-LM1. Both ship in October.Related Posts:
Secrets have been hard to keep in the camera world lately, and now Olympus has undergone its second leak in as many days, but this time with a couple of higher-profile actors — the E-PL5 and E-PM2 mirrorless cameras. Both will use the Olympus E-M5 sensor with TruePic VI image engine and touchscreen, and are reported to be priced at €399 ($ 520) for the E-PM2 with a 14-42mm kit lens (in silver, below the break) and €599 ($ 780) for the E-PL5 with the same lens, shown above. That follows earlier leaks from Sony, Fujifilm and others, along with two upcoming lenses from Olympus that were also outed ahead of time. Hopefully, there’ll still be a couple of surprises left when Photokina rolls around next week.
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Watch out, Google. Here comes Olympus with the MEG4.0 and don’t dismiss this as a Google Glass knockoff. Olympus has been researching and developing wearable displays for more than 20 years. The MEG4.0 concept, and with that, its eventual production counterpart, has been a long time coming and could be a serious competitor in the space.
Olympus made it clear in today’s announcement that the 30g MEG4.0 is both a prototype and a working name. The stem-like system sits on one side of the glasses and connects to a tablet or phone through Bluetooth. A 320 x 240 virtual screen floats above the wearer’s eye line. The MEG4.0 is designed for all-day use and should last eight hours on a charge, although Olympus states the glasses are designed for bursts of use, 15-seconds at a time.
Google isn’t the only player in the augmented reality game. In fact several companies have toyed with the concept for the last few years including Olympus. The company introduced a working set of AR glasses back in 2008. Called the Mobile Eye-Trek (shown above) the glasses were designed to be worn on a daily basis, feeding information like email to the wearer on a screen placed 50cm in front of the eyes, making it appear as a 3.8-inch screen.
While the Mobile Eye-Track never hit the retail market, Olympus indicated at the time that the prototype would lead to a production version by 2012.
However, much like Google, Olympus is not revealing the user interface yet. If the MEG4.0 is to be a success, the interface, and more importantly, the depth of the information available needs to be as mature as Google Glass. Price and availability was not announced.Related Posts:
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In Stock Now www.amazon.co.uk Product Description OLYMPUS XZ1 The Olympus XZ-1 combines the advantages of a compact camera with those of a digital SLR. With an ultra-bright iZuiko Digital zoomlens, the XZ-1 captures beautifullyclear, high-resolution images. The CCD sensor-shift stabilisation system istwinned with 6400 ISO sensitivity, considerably reducing blur by ensuringcolours are bright and details are crisp. Designed to fit into the palm of your handcomfortably, this digital camera is equipped with a mechanical lens ring thatlets you change aperture, shutter speed and more with just the flick of awrist. The Olympus XZ-1′s3-inch 610K-dot OLED display makes it easy to view your shots from any angle, whilethe 720p HD movie mode enables you to shoot videos. And that’s not all! This Olympus XZ-1 camera also has a TrackingAF and several art filters so you can get creative with your still shots ormovies. Menus available in thefollowing languages: English, French, Dutch, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Russian, Polish, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, Czech, Hungarian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Turkish, Arabic and Serbian.Main Features:Resolution : 10.0 MegapixelColour Support : ColourOptical Sensor Type : CCDTotal Pixels : 11300000 pixelsEffective Sensor Resolution : 10000000 pixelsOptical Sensor Size : 1/1.63″Light Sensitivity : ISO auto (100-800), ISO 100-6400Digital Zoom : 4 xImage Processor : TruePic VShooting Modes : Frame movie modeShooting Programs … Video Rating: 0 / 5Related Posts:
On Wednesday, reports circulated that Panasonic was interested in injecting a $ 630 million capital investment into Olympus Corp, but Panasonic CEO Fumio Ohtsubo has stepped up to squash these rumors. According to Reuters, he said that “there isn’t any” plan to invest in Olympus.
This is unfortuante news for the beleaguered camera company, which is most definitely in trouble.
After hiding investment losses for the past 20 years, the entire accounting scandal was uncovered in November of last year, pushing the company down a spiraling path. Olympus is teetering — even drowning — with Reuters reporting a 4.6 percent equity of total assets for shareholders, which is well below the usual 20 percent that proves financial stability.
That said, the firm was looking for a strategic investor to pump some cash back into the company, with Panasonic topping the list of potential suitors.
Kyodo News Agency originally reported that Panasonic was ready to spend around $ 630 million in capital for Olympus, but Mr. Ohtsubo said, “I don’t know where that information came from, not from us.”
Other potential investors include Sony, FujiFilm, and Samsung, though it’s unclear if any of them will find Olympus’ medical business attractive enough to forget what Japanese media was calling the biggest corporate scandal in Japan since the 90′s.