Spring is sprung and brings with it a slew of digital compact cameras, including the small-but-tough Olympus Mju 780. It's weatherproof, boasts a 7.1 megapixel CCD sensor as well as a mechanical image stabiliser which will give you sharp shots no matter how much you might have drunk the night before. And then there's this thing called Shadow Development Technology which, according to the blurb, "optimises the exposure of scenes with shadowy or other dark areas - so the results closely resemble that which the human eye sees." Available in silver or black, it goes on sale next month. No price as yet, but check the specs after the jump.
Olympus to unveil Mju 780 [UberReview]
Weatherproof silver or black metal body
Shadow Adjustment Technology
5x optical zoom
6.4cm/2.5" HyperCrystal LCD with 230,000 pixels
20 scene modes, including Portrait, Sports, Night Scene.
Dual Image Stabilization (combination of a mechanical image stabiliser with high ISO settings)
BrightCapture Technology - also in movie mode (30fps)
Internal memory plus xD-Picture Card slot
25 languages on board
Supplied with designer leather case, Olympus Master software
LI-42B battery and LI-40C charger