Olympus' FE-Collection of shooters detect smiles, not snark

Olympus' FE-Series of shooters detect smiles, not snark

Olympus is in a tizzy this morning with 4 new shooters from their FE-collection of compact digital cameras. The 12 megapixel (1/1.seventy two-inch CCD) FE-300 is the large pixel-huntin’ canine of the bunch packing a TruePic III picture processor, 17 scene modes, xD enlargement, and a couple of.5-inch LCD in a 22.1-mm thick package deal. Subsequent up is the 7.1 megapixel (half.5-inch CCD) FE-290 which lacks the face detection of the FE-300 however squeezes in a three-inch LCD and 4x vast angle optical zoom lens. The FE-280 then, crams eight megapixels right into a 1/2.35-inch CCD and tremendous slim 19.1-mm physique. Ammusingly, it includes a “Smile Shot” mode which mechanically tracks faces after which throws the shutter when your topic smiles, or grimaces presumably, when snuggled up with aunt vinegar. Mentioning the tail-finish is the ho hum 7.1 megapixel FE-270. Search for ‘em all to ship beginning September.%Gallery-6275%[By way of Impress]

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