Olympus recently announced the Stylus SP-100 super zoom camera. Aside from featuring a 50x optical zoom, the new point-and-shoot also comes with a built-in Eagle’s Eye dot sight for easy tracking of distant moving subjects. The zoom lens uses a 16MP BSI CMOs sensor with a TruePic VII processor and has a range of 24-1200mm. Other features include built-in optical image stabilization, automatic shooting modes and manual controls for settings like ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. The SP-100 is capable of taking videos at 60fps in full HD, 120fps at 640×480, and 240fps at 320×240 resolution. Olympus will launch the Stylus SP-100 this coming March with a price tag of $399.99.
Here’s an excerpt from the official press release:
Olympus introduces a breakthrough in its Ultra Zoom camera line-up with the new STYLUS® SP-100, the world’s first-ever camera with a built-in dot-sight*, enabling you to easily track moving subjects, like a soccer game or a flying bird. This technology will allow you to record smoother videos and will help you to not lose sight of your subject. Once the subject is still, then you can frame and shoot. The dot-sight combines with the SP-100’s newly developed 24-1200mm** 50x optical Ultra Zoom lens, or 2400mm 100x Super Resolution zoom, for capturing detailed shots of moving, distant subjects.