Why no anti-reflective coating on E-510 LCD?

Started Jul 12, 2007 | Discussions thread
erichK Veteran Member • Posts: 5,609
Re: no anti-reflective BUT pixel-mapping

I tried a Sony dslr today, and wasn't impressed.

There's no perfect tool or product. I've lived long enough, and had enough different hobbies and passions to learn that. Leica's were beautiful instruments, but heavy and hard-edged and obscenely overpriced. The original Colnago's superb bikes had fragile paint and fragile forks and the early Porsches were superb cars but hell to work on. Life in the real world is always a trade-ff. Olympus does pretty we in my considered opinion, at optimizing performance in the really critical areas. Not only are there innovations, like Live-View, but also the only really effective dust-buster, and the 510 IS--also based on the some motor- design, also really rocks...or rather the opposite.

Also, as John Begin pointed out in another thread and post.

PS -I'm more and more amazed by Olympus innovations. Today I discovered
a white pixel in my brand new E330 -- it was there in the very first
images I took with it over a month ago. So I ran pixel mapping - and the
bad pixel is 'healed.' The thing that amazed me is not so much Oly have
this feature, on searching the web, I discovered that most other (all
other) manufactures DO NOT! Canon and Nikon owners need to send their's
in - and if it's out of warranty.... Kudos Olympus!

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