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Olympus E-330 preview at DigIT
Dennis Hissink : March 7th 2006 - 23:30 CETupdated
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DigITOlympus E-330 preview at DigIT : Our friend and DIWA member Kai Thon from the Norwegian website DigIT.no has published a preview of the new Olympus E-330 digital SLR camera. The Olympus E-330 dSLR incorporates 7.5 Megapixel LiveMos sensor and a ground-breaking Live View LCD innovation. Due to this innovation photographers can see what is going on around them while capturing images. The 2.5 inch LCD can be tilted which increases the versatility of the Olympus E550 dSLR camera. The LiveMos sensor offers image quality comparable to an FFT-CCD but with the low power requirements of an MOS. On top of the four exposure modes, 20 pre-defined scene modes and 7 creative modes are available to suit most situations.
Olympus E-330 preview at DigITOlympus E330 - Digital SLR camera
According to Kai Thon: "A dedicated image processor was developed for the E-330. Olympus calls it TruePic TURBO, at Panasonic it's called Venus Engine III. I'm almost certain that it's the same processor with two different names. In any case, the Olympus version seems to do an excellent job. My few shots so far show well defined colours, large dynamic range or impressive low image noise, even at ISO 1600. A major advantage of the new Live MOS is its larger light sensitive area within each pixel…"

Olympus E-330 DSLR - Live View and FourThirds system
Kai continues: "My experience with the screen is divided. It works well in summer, even in sunshine, provided the brightness is set to maximum (7 levels up). However, if you are in snow covered surroundings and the sun is shining, it is virtually impossible to see anything on the screen. Your eyes simply can't cope with such extreme contrasts. In these circumstances, an optical viewfinder is priceless, especially an SLR finder. I have used the Olympus E-330 for nearly two weeks, one week in Florida and one week at home. As a great fan of the FourThirds system, it was easy for me to fall in love with the camera's compact design, its fast responses and outstanding image quality." You want to learn more about the new Olympus digital SLR camera? Continue to read the Olympus E-330 preview at DigIT!

About DigIT - Norway
A Norwegian imaging website with daily news of new product announcements, and also news about workshops concerning digital image-editing. Kai Thon, a Jack-of-all-trades in the world of digital imaging, started in 1999 with his website DigIT.no and publishes almost always in the Norwegian language. In spite of that the site is well worth mentioning because Kai Thon scrutinizes with regularity various cameras and publishes his results. Kai Thon operates from Sandefjord, Norway, but also travels around the world to discover the latest news. Kai also visits certain events, like the Photokina and the PMA. He publishes extensive reviews of these events.

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