Olympus E-400 captures history
Olympus introduced the Photokina visitor to a large and bright booth where Olympus showcased their complete line-up of digital imaging solutions. One of them is the brand new Olympus E400 digital SLR camera. This new FourThirds System camera will be available right after the Photokina and is developed to bring the consumer the ultimate compact digital SLR camera. The Olympus E-400 incorporates a 10 Megapixel CCD image sensor and is the most compact and light weight DSLR in the world.
Olympus E400 DSLR
The introduction of the Olympus E400 DSLR puts Olympus in the same group of digital SLR cameras as the Nikon D80, Pentax K10D, Sony DSLR A100, Samsung GX10 and the Canon EOS 400D, which each have the same amount of Megapixels. It is the FourThirds system in particular that enables Olympus to keep the Olympus E-400 this compact. Several years ago, Olympus already predicted that this size would indeed be realistic, but to actually see and experience the compact and light-weight end result remains remarkable. This compact and light weight details were the most heard reactions of the Kina visitors who attended the Olympus Booth.
Olympus E400 - Marilyn Monroe
In the corner of the booth Olympus build up a small studio setting where visitors were able to capture the history with the latest Olympus digital SLR model; the Olympus E-400. No one else but Marilyn Monroe appeared in the studio so the visitors had a one-time chance to capture this show time history figure. Capturing in a studio environment, but in a most relaxed way was the message Olympus wants to bring over to its possible future clients. Capture high-quality images in high-resolution in a most convenient way; the answer to this is the Olympus E-400.