Olympus New Air A01 brings high quality detachable camera to smartphones
Japanese electronics company Olympus has rolled out plans to launch the new Air A01- an air camera mount designed for the purpose of mobile shooting. In simple terms, the device refers to a wireless mount which can be paired with the phones and tablets to shoot brilliant photography. Bringing a new advent in the photography domain, Air A01 will purportedly improve the clarity as well as the quality of pictures by manifold and boasts of image quality that serves much above that built for smartphones.
The Air-A01 looks like a typical camera lens and is built on four third style camera. The 16-MP lens helps to capture the raw pictures at 1080 pixels. The videos can also be shot at 10 frames per second. This device can be easily connected to phones and tablets with the help of Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connectivity. It is also compatible with the beta version of OA Central App, which serves as a guide or running through the briefs of setting up the device with mobile phones and taking shots.
The highlight of this device is that it is quite lightweight in nature. It comes equipped with USB charging facility through which the device can be easily charged by plugging it into a USB port on computers or laptops. Storage can be enhanced by inserting microSD card for which a separate slot for insertion is provided. Though the picture quality is already commendable, there is also a flexibility of pairing it up with 42 mm EZ lens to get a greater touché of professionalism.
The device will be available in the US and Canada market this July and is priced at $299 USD.
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