New camera on it’s way

I saw this new Olympus Stylus 9000 camera on line a week or so ago and went back to look at it again yesterday. Now I really do not need a new camera but I wanted it. Best Buys said they had it at the store a couple of miles from me. I went there yesterday and they did not have it, never had according to the store employee who asked if he could help me. Then I went to Target. Target had several Olympus models but not the one I wanted. I went out to lunch, took my car in to be serviced then came home and ordered the camera online at Best Buys. It should ship Monday and hopefully I will receive it by the end of the week.

 

The 10x optical zoom, panoramic feature and LCD are what sold me on this camera. This will be the 4th digital camera I have owned and they all have been Olympus cameras. I like the ease of use, the slim, small size and have never had any issues what so ever with my previous cameras.

What will I do with the perfectly good Olympus Stlyus 810 that I curenlty use? Last Sunday my 11 year old great niece Maddie said she wanted a Poloroid camera because she wanted to “get in to photography”. We told her “Mad hate to say this but those have gone the way of 8 track tapes”. I did check Best Buys online and I could get a whopping $89 trade in back in  gift cards online.

 

 

Over 12 million pixels in the high-resolution CCD create superior image quality. Create poster-sized prints without losing a single detail.
Compact lens has 10x optical zoom to get you closer while the 28mm wide-angle lens lets you capture more in your shot.
The next generation of Olympus’ LCD technology – HyperCrystal™ III – displays twice as bright as previous versions so that you can see the details even more clearly even under direct sunlight.
Dual Image Stabilization combines Sensor-Shift Image Stabilization with high ISO sensitivity and fast shutter speeds to capture crisp, clear images in any situation.
Automatically identifies the scene you’re shooting and adjusts the settings to optimize results.
Tracks up to 16 faces and automatically focuses and optimizes exposures for sharp, brilliant portrait pictures.
Shadow Adjustment Technology brings out more details in shadows. Captures scenes exactly as you see them, even in difficult lighting situations like backlight shots.
Captures three images and stitches them together to create one amazing panoramic picture by simply pressing the shutter button and slowly panning across a scene.
Takes beautiful portraits by softening shadows and smoothing wrinkles and blemishes on your subject’s face. Edits can also be made inside the camera after taking the picture.
Using a live, multi-frame window on the LCD, you can preview the effects of various settings, select and capture the perfect shot.
Use Perfect Fix to correct shooting mistakes instantly. With the touch of a button, lighten up shadows and remove red-eye, so a less-than-perfect shot can still turn out perfect!
Developed for the professional Digital SLR, the TruPic™ III Image Processor delivers superior images with true-to-life color, sharper detail, and less noise.
In addition to xD-Picture Card compatibility, the STYLUS-9000 comes with an adapter for microSD memory cards, an emerging electronic storage media for mobile phones, PDAs, and HDTVs.
Easily upload your movies and images to YouTube™ and share with the world using OLYMPUS Master™ 2 Software 
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One Response

  1. Sounds like a great camera! Can’t wait to see some photos you take….. I’m on my 5th digital ( still using 2 of them–Canon A640 & Canon XSi) I could buy a new one every 6 months or so! The olympus has some great feature!

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