SP-100 can record up to 240fps video at lower resolutions

Olympus has unveiled its latest super zoom point-and-shoot digital camera, the Stylus SP-100. The camera is the first in the world to have a built-in “Eagle-Eye” dot sight that makes it easy to tack moving subjects. The sight also promises to make it easier to record smooth video by helping you keep track of the subject.
The special dot sight is mounted above the 920k LED electronic viewfinder. The sight stores when it's not needed and pops up automatically.

As for the SP-100’s other features, the 50x optical zoom lens has a range of 24-1200mm, and it uses a 16MP BSI CMOs sensor with a TruePic VII processor to get the most out of shots. Given its super-long zoom range, the camera obviously has built-in optical image stabilization that helps support macro photography as close as 1cm.
The camera has a full range of automatic shooting modes and manual controls for settings like ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. The camera can record video at 60 fps in full HD resolution and in high-speed 120fps at 640 x 480. A 240fps mode is supported in 320 x 240 resolution.

The Stylus SP-100 will launch in March for $399.99.

Source: olympus

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