Olympus has unveiled an impressive Stylus 1 camera housed in an SLR-like body similar to the preceding OM-D EM-5 model. The main point of attraction here is the premium superzoom ring that Olympus has ingeniously attached to the OM-D body. Housed within the magnesium alloy body is a 1/1.7″-type BSI-CMOS sensor that provides an equivalent focal length of 28–300 mm. Equipped with a plethora of features like a high resolution electronic viewfinder, a ‘hybrid’ control ring, Wi-Fi-enabled functions, a tilting touchscreen LCD, in-camera RAW processing capabilities, and 1080p movie recording functions, this state-of-the-art gadget is a versatile option for the prosumer photographer. The Olympus Stylus 1 will be available just in time for Christmas at select retailers for $700 USD.