New Ferrari Olympus Camera 2004 Based On AZ-1

Posted: May 20 2004, 12:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:33pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
New Ferrari Olympus Camera 2004 based on AZ-1
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We reported last year about the Ferrari branded Olympus Camera and also the Ferrari Acer Notebook.

Olympus announced a new Ferrari Camera for 2004 based on its recently introduced AZ-1. The Digital Camera featured 3.2MP and a 2.5" LCD Screen. It is 22mm thick, compared to the Sony DSC-T11, which is only 17.3mm thin.
The Ferrari DIGITAL MODEL 2004 will be a limited edition, with only 10,000 units being offered worldwide.

More details on Olympus Formula One Racing Site and on the Olympus AZ-1 Site.
Japanese PC Watch Impress has a review of the Olympus AZ-1

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