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Olympus T-110

Dennis Hissink
IFA Report
Monday 6th, September 2010
Posted by: Dennis Hissink

IFA 2010 report - The Olympus T-110 is a compact budget camera that combines small form factors with slim, stylish designs and exceptionally easy operation. The new Olympus budget camera offers an 3x optical zoom and a 12 Megapixel image sensor. The Olympus T-110 budget camera has no optical or electronic image stabilization to offer. The Intelligent Auto mode of this Olympus compact camera automatically detects 4 different types of scenes (Portrait, Landscape, Night Scene & Portrait, Macro) and adjusts the digital camera settings accordingly. So now you can start shooting at a moment's notice, without changing the shooting mode. The new Olympus T-110 budget camera has not been announced worldwide, but only in certain regions.

Olympus T-110

Olympus T-110 budget camera
The back of the Olympus T-110 digital camera shows a 2.7-inch LCD display. The Olympus budget camera lacks a standard optical viewfinder, but this is not a feature we would expect these days. For creative photographers Olympus is offering the so-called Magic Filter features. With the Magic Filter, you can choose from four different effects (Pop art, Drawing, Pin hole, Fish eye) that make photography more exciting. Just choose the Magic Filter and taking pictures has never been so much fun!

12 Megapixel Olympus T-110 digital camera
As well as still images at 12 Megapixel resolution the Olympus T-110 budget camera can also capture standard movies at VGA (640 x 480 pixels) resolution. The new Olympus digital camera uses a SD or SDHC flash memory card to store the data on. The Olympus T-110 budget camera runs on a LI-80B Lithium Ion battery that needs to be charged via a battery charger. It is also possible to choose for USB charging. USB battery charging enables the Olympus T-110 camera battery to be recharged from a PC while automatically storing and organizing recorded data in the PC.

Olympus T-110

Olympus T-110 camera features
The new Olympus compact camera offers Digital Image Stabilization to minimize blurring caused by camera shake or subject motion made possible by high sensitivity shooting. For shooting fancy portraits the camera supports Face Detection AF with which the camera detects and focuses on human faces automatically. The integrated scene modes for one-touch shooting adjustment in difficult environments as well as in standard conditions help to keep the image quality on a high level. And if you are not able to work things out, there is always the Help guide. Help Guide that displays easy-to-understand explanations about camera modes and other functions to help users make the best selection.

Olympus T-110

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