Olympus Unveils the Stylus SH-3 Digital Camera with 4K Video Recording
Barely a year after Olympus launched the SH-2, they are unveiling the Stylus SH-3 Digital Camera which is capable of 4K Video Recording at 15 fps. Aside from that, the specs of the SH-3 is practically the same with the SH-2. Housed in the new camera’s Aluminum alloy body is a 16-megapixel BSI-CMOS Sensor with a size of 1/2.3”. This sensor is paired with the TruePic VII image processor to process stunning pictures.
With a focal length of 25-600mm, the Olympus SH-3 also has a digital zoom of up to 4x and an optical zoom of up to 24x. It also has a maximum aperture of f/3-6.9 which gives it commendable capability during low-light settings. Images can be taken for as fast as 1/2000 seconds and the shots can be reviewed through the three-inch, 460K-dot LCD screen. You can also add light to your shots with its built-in flash and improve your images by using any of its 19 scene modes. Camera shake will not result to image blurs thanks to its 5-axis image stabilization.
Photos are saved in either JPEG or RAW format, Meanwhile, videos can be recorded for a maximum resolution of 3840x2160 at 4K format. Full HD video recording is also available at 1920x1080, 1280x720, and 640x480 resolution. All media files can be stored in the 37 MB internal memory or through an attached SD Memory Card. The Stylus SH-3 can also be connected via USB or HDMI. It is also capable of wireless connectivity and remote control through a compatible smartphone app.
Weighing just 0.6 lbs including its LI-92B lithium-ion battery, the Olympus Stylus SH-3 Digital Camera is a snapshot companion that can be taken anywhere. Recording those precious moments is a breeze with this compact camera which measures only 4.3 x 2.5 x 1.7 inches. This new Olympus camera will be released by the end of February.
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