Olympus has just unveiled its new Stylus SH-1 Camera featuring the five-axis image stabilization that had previously only been available in its 2012 OM-D E-M5 for more than double the price. This new compact version also comes equipped with a number of other appealing features such as its f/3-6.9, 25-600mm 24x optical zoom lens and the 16-megapixel CMOS sensor and TruePic VII processor. Furthermore, the Stylus SH-1 comes with a 3-inch 460,000 dot LCD, 1080/60p video, an 11fps burst mode and integrated WiFi. The camera is set to hit stores in May in black, white, and silver colors for approximately $400 USD.
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