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Olympus Pen F

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The Olympus Pen F is a digital camera featuring a retro design and advanced technology.

Key features of the Olympus Pen F include:

– 20.3 megapixel Live MOS sensor for high-resolution images
– TruePic VII image processor for fast performance and low noise
– 5-axis image stabilization for sharp photos and videos
– High-speed autofocus system with 81 focus points
– 10fps continuous shooting for capturing fast action
– 4k video recording capability
– Built-in Wi-Fi for easy sharing and remote control
– Art filters and creative modes for artistic effects
– Tilting touchscreen LCD for easy framing and navigation
– Built-in electronic viewfinder for bright, clear viewing in any lighting conditions

The Olympus Pen F is a versatile camera suitable for both photography enthusiasts and professionals. Its compact size and stylish design make it a great choice for street photography, travel, and everyday use.

Specification

Camera Make: Olympus
Camera Type: Mirrorless
Date First Manufactured: 2010
Megapixels: 20
Sensor Type: CMOS
Sensor Size: Micro Four Thirds
Camera sensor size
Viewfinder: Electronic
LCD Screen: Fully Articulated
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Built in Flash: No
Image Stabilisation: Yes
AE Bracketing: Yes
Back Button Focus: No
Face Detection Focus: Yes
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Highest Video Resolution: 4K
Microphone Port: No
Storage Memory: One SD card slot

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