Olympus E-330 DSLR - ISO settings|
According to Yin Wong: "The Olympus EVOLT E-330 has 13 ISO settings going from ISO 100 to ISO 400, plus the ability to "boost" the ISO up to ISO 800 and ISO 1600. [The Olympus E-300 had only 3 settings from 100 to 400, plus 800 and 1600.] The 100% crops above (area delimited by the white square) demonstrate the noise at the available ISO Speeds. At ISO 100 to 400, noise is under control. Noise is visibly present at boosted ISO 800 to ISO 1600 but is also quite usable though at the expense of detail."
Olympus Evolt 330 digital SLR - RAW format
Yin Wong continues: The Olympus EVOLT E-330 allows you to save an image in the RAW file format. It takes about 4 sec. to write a RAW image to memory card (I used a regular 1GB CF card) and if you select to save your image in both RAW and SHQ JPEG, it takes about 6 sec. to save both to memory card. You can specify the JPEG image quality you wish to save together with your RAW image. Note that these times do not include the extra write times you'll experience if Noise Reduction kicks in." You want to learn more about the Olympus Evolt digital SLR camera? Continue to read the Olympus Evolt 330 review at Photoxels.
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