Toshiba FlashAir Deals with Olympus!
WiFi connectability has become a huge selling point for cameras this year, and a huge source of confusion for some consumers. Because, while some cameras have it built in, others are compatible with a special card. If you’ve been holding out due to that confusion, consider the Toshiba FlashAir card.
Toshiba FlashAir Deals with Olympus:
OI.Share for Eight Cameras
Today Olympus has released information detailing Toshiba FlashAir deals with an updated list for compatible cameras. For those who are unfamiliar with the technology, the OI.Share (Olympus Image Share) app is available for iPhone and Android phones. It allows users to wirelessly transmit images from the camera to their phone. It also works as a camera remote, with full live view. The card in question – the Toshiba FlashAir card – is an SDHC card with a built in wireless LAN, allowing your camera to have wireless connectability even if it isn’t built-in. Toshiba FlashAir deals can be had at your local authorized Olympus Dealer, where the cards are being sold for around $20 (or about half of what you pay online!) Here are some of the camera that can use the FlashAir card.
The Olympus E-PL5 is the lightest digital Pen yet, and it offers some impressive specs: 10 exposure modes, 23 scene modes, 35-point auto focus, 8 frames per second, and 16 megapixels. Image quality is amazing, and the camera’s features off you professional performance in a lighter, more portable body.
Sporting a 13 megapixel 1/1.7″ sensor, an ISO range of 100-12800, and 35-point auto focus, 4x optical zoom, 7 exposure modes, and 16 scene modes, it’s not hard to see the benefits offered by the XZ-2. Think of this camera as the top specs in a slim, fun-to-use body, with many of the key draws you’ve come to expect from Olympus, now paired with the Toshiba FlashAir.
Another compact camera sporting intense specs, the XZ-10 is a more pared-down version of the XZ-2. Half the sensor size at the same 13 megapixels, the SZ-10 design smacks of point and shoot portability (and ease of use).
Another digital Pen that pushes the limits of pro specs in a compact body, the E-PM2 is the most balanced camera (between performance and cost) being paired with Toshiba FlashAir Deals. The specs are the same as those of the E-PL5, but without a tilting LCD, and a lighter body (by about 33%).
Olympus’s rough-and-tumble-ready point and shoot offers a 13 megapixel 1/2.3″ sensor, 5 frames per second, 25-100 35mm equivalent focal length, 4x optical zoom, a maximum aperture of f/2, and 7 exposure modes.
A less-costly model still comparable to the TG-2, the 830 is a point and shoot designed to take abuse and great images. Featuring improved resolution over the TG-2, it has an f/3.9 aperture, and weighs less than it’s counterpart. It is also waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof, dustproof, and crushproof.
The enthusiast’s compact from Heaven, this baby offers creative control in a tiny package. Manual focus, 5 exposure modes, optical image stabilization, 3 metering modes, and 17 scene modes have all your ambitions covered, making this an exceptional addition to the Toshiba FlashAir deals going on right now.
A boiled down, straight shooter in the same ballpark as the SH-50, the SZ-16 is a point and shoot among point and shoots. Offering a lightweight compact design without many of the manual amenities offered in the SH-50, this camera is a standard gizmo for your pocket and any quick snaps you need. Definitely not the most robust of Olympus’s lineup, but it shines in its intended role.
So there you go, folks. Eight more cameras to consider before the full weight of the holiday are upon us, and eight more options that pair perfectly with the Toshiba FlashAir deals going on right now at an authorized Olympus dealer near you!
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