Olympus Camedia E-10 Pro Reviews
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Olympus Camedia E-10 Reviews9
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|PC Magazine Online||5/5||Nov 20 '00|
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"Realistically, it's as good as the best film cameras I've used, and leaps and bounds ahead of everything else. It feels almost silly to pick on considering, but I'm still dreaming of 'perfect every time.'"
"Exposure and aperture were altered. For areas in red frames we plotted graphs of brightness of pixels vs. exposure conditions. So, we have got a family of characteristic curves for different sensitivity values of the matrix. Further we will show that in our opinion matrix's sensitivity should be called an exposure index."
"The critique has not passed by the level of noise either, especially considering the efforts Olympus made to keep the noise level down. It will be seen how the E-10 measures up to other digital cameras regarding noise in the next few months when the next digital camera generation enters the market."
"The E-10's SLR design works quite differently than traditional mirror-based SLRs, in that it uses a "beam splitter" to carry the image from the lens to the optical viewfinder and the CCD at the same time. The main benefit of this is that it allows a live preview image on the LCD in an SLR camera design."
"Although I brought up a couple of noteworthy downsides, taken as a whole the E-10 is an amazing camera. The feature set is solid and the image quality is just unreal. The slow transferring of the TIFFs is definitely a significant gripe, but as you saw above the JPEG photos are of quite high quality so this shouldnt be a problem for most situations."