Wednesday, February 7, 2007
Olympus Stylus 770 SW
Built-in Manometer Records Depth and Altitude
The Stylus 770 SW offers the first built-in manometer, which measures water and air pressure, enabling you to accurately monitor the depth or altitude of your images. It's the perfect camera for adventure-seekers who want to snap shots while scuba diving, hiking and skiing. The depth and altitude are recorded when each image is taken, and the information is stored within each picture's digital file. Wow friends and family with the exact depth or altitude of your favorite underwater snapshot, mountain landscape or any other image!
Water-Repellant Lens Coating
The Stylus 770 SW features a water-repellant lens coating to prevent water droplets from forming on the lens so you get crystal clear shots no matter how wet the shooting environment.
Freezeproof for Winter's Bitter Cold
Harsh winter weather doesn't stop outdoor enthusiasts, athletes and sports fans. Don't let it stop you from capturing memorable moments. The Stylus 770 SW performs when mother nature dips below freezing (14 degrees Fahrenheit; -10 degrees Celsius).
Crushproof to 220 Pounds-Force
Thin enough to fit in a back pocket, the camera also features a durable stainless steel body and reinforced LCD panel engineered to withstand loads of up to 220 pounds-force. So you do not have to worry about damaging your camera in a backpack, luggage or by simply sitting down.
Large 2.5-Inch HyperCrystalâ¢ LCD
The Stylus 770 SW boasts a large, high-resolution HyperCrystalâ¢ LCD, which enables clear, high-contrast images. It increases the brightness of the LCD for better visibility in low-light and bright-light situations - perfect for composing subjects underwater or in direct sunlight. Images are also viewable on the 2.5-inch LCD from 140-degrees, enabling photos to be composed from a wider range of angles and viewed by several people at once.
Digital Image Stabilization
The Stylus 770 SW features Digital Image Stabilization (DIS) for capturing crisp, clear pictures. By boosting the camera's ISO sensitivity and shutter speed, DIS freezes the action and provides blur-free images.
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