Olympus Japan has announced the Stylus SH-3, a relatively minor update to the SH-2 model introduced last March. The SH-3 offers 4K video at a paltry 15 fps and gains a half dozen new Art Filters. Otherwise, it features the same 16MP BSI CMOS sensor as the SH-2, as well as its predecessor's 25-600mm equivalent F3.0-6.9 24x optical zoom lens, 5-axis image stabilization and night scene capture mode.
The Stylus SH-3 will be available in Silver and Black in Japan on February 26 for just under ¥40,000 (~$350). It's unclear whether there are any plans to release the camera outside of Japan.