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Olympus Stylus 1 Camera Small_hdlf23ejlmvteoqlzgshjvzyosonqhweflldhwvr8_olympus-stylus-1 Small_hdlf23ejlmvteoqlzgshjvzyosonqhweflldhwvr8_olympus-stylus-1_1 Small_hdlf23ejlmvteoqlzgshjvzyosonqhweflldhwvr8_olympus-stylus-1_2 Medium_hdlf23ejlmvteoqlzgshjvzyosonqhweflldhwvr8_olympus-stylus-1 Posted on Mon, 04 Nov 2013 12:00:00 AM UTC         
 
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Compact cameras with fast lenses and large sensors are plentiful these days, but few of them zoom much beyond the 100mm mark. On top of that, when they are zoomed in, the lenses can get significantly slower. That's not the case with the new Olympus Stylus 1. The camera takes the TruePic VI image processor and 12-megapixel 1/1.7-inch BSI CMOS sensor of Olympus' Stylus XZ-2 iHS and mates them with a 10.7x f2.8 28-300mm lens.

The Stylus 1 has plenty of shooting options, too, including manual and full manual modes and two custom spots. There's raw image capture, a built-in ND filter, and full-HD movie recording with stereo sound (.MOV) and high-speed movie recording (120fps/240fps) for slow-motion movies.

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