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Olympus E-330 Evolt preview
Ilse Jurriën : February 14th 2006 - 19:00 CET
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OlympusOlympus E-330 Evolt : In the market for digital SLR cameras Olympus invested big-time in its FourThirds system. It was announced some years ago and now already some generations have passed by, and we got one of the latest Olympus innovative products in the office, the Olympus E-330 Digital SLR. Although we had a pre-production sample in the office, we have been able to give you an inside look and feel of this interesting digital SLR concept. 7.5 Megapixels, compact body and interchangeable lenses are not spectacular these days, but the live LCD preview mode is one unique feature on today's interchangeable d-SLR cameras. The Olympus E-330 is the first d-SLR with a real live view mode; I am pretty sure more will follow… PMA 2006 will be interesting.
Olympus E-330 Evolt previewOlympus E-330 Evolt - Live view mode
As the world's first digital SLR camera to feature a continuous live view on its LCD, the Olympus E-330 arms photographers with shooting flexibility that was unheard of, until now. Thanks to the camera's TTL optical porro design, this model could be fitted with two separate image sensors enabling two different live view modes. Mode A, for Full Time Live View framing, utilises a CCD mounted in the viewfinder's optical path to return a 92% field of view and retains full AF functionality. Meanwhile, Mode B locks the mirror in the up position and uses the camera's Live MOS sensor to enable a Macro Live View with a 100% field of view. This latter mode is especially helpful for visual focusing on macro subjects, providing the freedom of complete manual focus control which is additionally aided by the possibility to enlarge the selected section of the displayed image by 10x. In addition, two passport templates and various framing grids make composing shots easier.

Olympus E-330 D-SLR - MOS sensor
To ensure image quality is second to none, Olympus has fitted this model with the latest-generation MOS sensor for high speed and sensitivity, delivering incredibly true-to-life, 7.5 megapixel results. As with all models in the Olympus E-System line-up, users will enjoy the benefits of dust-free photography thanks to the Olympus-exclusive Supersonic Wave Filter. And for the ultimate in versatility, the Olympus E-330 is compatible with the full range of Olympus E-System accessories. It is shipped with a Zuiko Digital 14-45mm 1:3.5-5.6 lens (equivalent to 28-90mm on a 35mm camera).

Olympus E-330 Evolt

Olympus E-330 Evolt - Rich featured entry level digital SLR camera
The Olympus E330 introduction is very much welcomed and interesting for future development of new generations digital SLR cameras. The Live View mode is a very useful feature and the solution of Olympus is offering simply the best of both worlds. Olympus has invested a lot of their experiences into the new E-330 camera resulting in a rich featured entry-level digital SLR camera with a lot of innovative solutions. 7.5 Megapixels, multi-angle LCD display with Live View mode, and the incorporation of the Supersonic Wave Filter, eliminating the dust problem, are key features to give Olympus every tool necessary to turn the Olympus E-330 into a big success…

Olympus E-330 Evolt digital SLR preview
The E-330 is a very interesting digital SLR, interesting; because of its Live LCD view mode and the incorporation of its tilting LCD display and its rich features. Though you might wonder why Olympus introduced the E-330 as a point and shoot digital SRL... Olympus already has a great dSLR to offer; the Olympus E-500. Besides the endless settings the Olympus E-330 has something unique to offer; the innovative Live View feature. It will give the photographer the perfect tool to capture that impossible shot or focus with a greater accuracy than possible with other dSLR cameras. Read all the details about this new digital SLR camera now in our Olympus E-330 Evolt preview including product images and a comparison chart.

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