Olympus rolls out Stylus VH-410 digital camera

The Japanese tech giant Olympus is getting ready to launch a new digital camera next month – the Stylus VH-410. The camera will be available in mid-September and will pack nice specs for its class.

The VH-410 weighs 152 grams and measures 101.3 x 60 x 20.8 mm and will be offered in four colors – black, silver, pink and blue. The camera comes with a 16 MP CCD sensor with sensitivity between 100 and 1600 ISO, 26 mm wide angle lens, 4x optical zoom, TruePic III+ image processor, 3.0-inch LCD display with 460K pixels, SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card support and a lithium-ion battery.

Olympus VH-410

The camera can also shoot 720p HD video and offers Eye-F cards support as well as DUAL IS image stabilization technology. Pricing is however unknown.

Source: HWP.ru

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