Olympus Announces the SZ-10 Long-Zoom, VR-330 with 3D

Posted by at 11:48 am on February 8, 2011

Olympus’ turn at CP+ releases has brought four compact cameras spread across its full range.

Leading the pack, the SZ-10 is its new long-zoom flagship and snaps 14-megapixel photos through an 18X, 28-504mm lens with sensor-shift stabilization. Despite being smaller than the SP-610UZ and others at just 1.5 inches deep, it can record 720p video, touts a three-inch LCD and can take pseudo-3D videos making a composite of two shots.

Coming with the long zoom model are the VR-320 and the currently Europe-only VR-330. Either shoots at 14 megapixels and has a 12.5X (24-300mm) lens in a conventional compact body with sensor-shift stabilization. The VR-330 adds the SZ-10’s 3D mode.

At the starter level, the VG-110 is a straight-ahead camera with a 12-megapixel resolution and a 4X, 27-108mm equivalent lens that uses software image stabilization. It captures video in VGA (640×480) and uses a 2.7-inch LCD for previews.

The VG-110 will come first and is ready this month for $90 (though currently listed at $100). Both the VR-320 and SZ-10 reach the US in March for $200 and $250 respectively. Europeans will get the VR-330 in a similar timeframe for the equivalent of £160 ($258 or 189 euros).

Olympus SZ-10

 

Olympus SZ-10

 

Olympus VG-110

 

Olympus VG-110

Olympus VR-320

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