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Olympus E-430 DSLR leaked?

updated 04:30 pm EST, Thu February 14, 2008

Olympus E-430 leaked?

A Russian website claims to have leaked information on Olympus' next DSLR. The E-430 would follow in the wake of the E-410, and rely on a new, 12-megapixel Live MOS sensor, paired with a TruePic III processor. As described, it would also have a "real" (faster) USB 2.0 interface; the camera's most striking feature, however, may be its warped upper frame, which even distorts the shape of the pop-up flash housing.

The camera additionally has a wired remote connection, and a 2.5-inch flip-out LCD that supports Olympus' recent Live View technology. Image quality is enhanced by a CCD-shift stabilizer, and a "slightly higher" continuous shooting speed should be matched by a larger buffer. No prices or release dates have been mentioned. [via Photo forum]



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  1. Guest

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    This is a fake

    This is a photoshopped image of the E-330. http://www.engadget.com/2006/03/27/olympus-e-330-to-come-in-six-different-kits/

    Compare reflections in the lens, and highlights on the lens rim. Further all buttons and details are identical.

  1. Guest

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    Warped Logo

    Yep, the warped word OLYMPUS reveals that the image is a fake. A huge company like that would NEVER play around with the established logo or company image.

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