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Olympus Stylus 760

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TruePic TURBO™ for High-Speed Response

TruePic TURBOTM enables the Stylus 760 to capture information from all 7.1 million pixels with pixel "micro-smoothing" that delivers clearer and more color-accurate photos. The fast start-up of less than one second and nearly instant shutter release time ensure a high-speed response so your camera is always ready to take great pictures.

 

Pre-Set Shooting Modes Make It Easy to Capture Great Images
The Stylus 760 has 26 shooting modes, including several pre-set scene modes such as Beach & Snow, Available Light Portrait and Sunset. The cameras also feature an AVI Movie Mode, which enables users to record VGA-quality videos with sound, limited only by the size of the xD-Picture Card™.

Built-In Help Guide
With the Help Guide function, each of the camera's features is easily accessible even to novice users. By simply holding down the Guide button users can access brief descriptions of each of the camera's functions and scene modes. An improved auto-set Shooting Guide provides users with an explanation of which features to use in a given situation, and then sets the camera automatically for the selected feature in the Guide.

In-camera Editing
In-camera editing features such as red-eye fix, resizing, frames, text options, color brightness and saturation adjustments enable users to edit photos right in the camera.

Stylish, Ergonomic Body Design
The Stylus 760's body design is defined by high-performance, durability and style. In addition to the All-Weather, metal body construction that made the Stylus famous, the Stylus 760 is available in four colors - black, silver, pink and light blue.

Underwater Photography
The Stylus 760's 2.5-inch LCD, compact body design and three underwater scene modes make it the perfect camera to take diving. The new PT-036 underwater housing is constructed of transparent polycarbonate with safety-locked O-ring seals, enabling the Stylus 760 to safely travel down to approximately 130 feet (40 meters) below the surface. Large red grips, a responsive shutter button and a precision zoom lever make it easy to operate even through diving gloves. Plus, with Dual Image Stabilization, divers can get crisp clear images underwater.


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