Olympus E-3

Announced Oct 16, 2007 •
10 megapixels | 2.5 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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DCRP Review: Olympus E-3
By: Jeff Keller, Digital Camera Resource Page (Feb 14, 2008)

The Olympus E-3, the flagship of Olympus' lineup, is an excellent camera which keeps up with the best midrange digital SLRs. The E-3 offers a very solid, all-weather body, sensor-shift image stabilization, dust reduction, full manual controls, live view on a rotating LCD, and all the expandability that you'd expect from a D-SLR. There are some downsides, including a clunky, confusing control...

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Olympus E-3 review
By: WDC Team, What Digital Camera (Jan 2, 2008)

The E-3 doesn't offer many innovations, compared to either its competitors or Olympus lower-end models. What it does offer, though, is a fantastic build quality, excellent images and a functional, pleasant user experience. The Four Thirds system continues to impress and fans of the system are sure to have the E-3 on their shopping list. There are a few features that in camera Top Trumps, the...

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Olympus E-3 review

It comes as no surprise to learn the Olympus E-3 is by far the most powerful Four Thirds DSLR to date, and one that’s more than a worthy successor to the original E-1. After all, Olympus had four and a half years between the launch of the E-1 and its long-awaited successor, giving the company ample time to address the issues of the standard, along with producing a compelling rival to the...

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