New cameras come alive at PhotoPlus Expo

Craving a new camera for the holiday season? The hottest new cameras, camcorders, and accessories of the year were all on display at the 2010 PDN PhotoPlus Expo in New York City.

Olympus Camera Shrouded in Mystery

One sneak peek offered at the show was this concept Olympus point-and-shoot, which doesn't even have an name yet. It will be Olympus’s flagship compact camera, and it’s the first Olympus fixed-lens camera to offer a Zuiko lens. The camera’s specs haven’t been finalized just yet, but it will have a fast, wide-aperture lens, a pop-up flash, and an accessory port that’s bound to accept the same EVF and add-ons as Olympus’s PEN series of Micro Four-Thirds cameras. The premium compact camera is destined to compete against performance-minded compact cams such as the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 and Canon PowerShot S95.

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