If you fancy treating yourself to a new digital camera you may want to check out the recently unveiled Olympus SZ-10, this camera is super-slim and pocket-sized, however it still offers impressive zooming capabilities.
In terms of specs it has a 14 megapixel CCD sensor, it offers 18x ultra-zoom thanks to its 28-504mm wide-angle lens, on the rear there is a 3-inch high-resolution LCD you can store your media on SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards (up to 32GB), you can see a full breakdown of technical specifications here.
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The camera will allow you to take photos at a maximum size of 4288 x 3216 (4:3) or 4288 x 2416 (16:9) also you can capture video at 720p and there are plenty of neat features, the most impressive being its 3D Photo Mode. Something may interest you is that you can take upto 220 shots from a single charge.
This camera weighs 215 grams and measures in at 105 x 67. x 37.9mm, if you are really into your digital cameras you can see Olympus‘ full press release here which goes into detail about the SZ-10′s specs and many impressive features.
The Olympus SZ-10 will become available in March 2011 and should cost roughly $249.99, as standard you will get the camera, battery, USB cable, wrist strap and all of the manuals and software you usually get, however I am sure there will be some optional SZ-10 accessories to choose from as well.