Olympus E-10

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Olympus E-10
Olympus E-10
Type Zoom-lens reflex camera
Sensor 2/3-inch CCD
Maximum resolution 2,240 × 1,680 (4 million)
Lens Fixed 35–140mm, f/2–2.4
Shutter Beam splitting prism
Shutter speed range 1/640 to 2 seconds, bulb
Exposure metering TTL full-aperture exposure metering
Exposure modes Program Auto, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, Manual
Metering modes ESP digital, Center-Weighted, Spot
Focus areas single area
Focus modes Manual, Auto
Continuous shooting 3 frame/s up to 4 shots
Viewfinder Optical TTL through beam splitting prism
ASA/ISO range 80, 160, 320
Rear LCD monitor 1.8-inch 'flip-up'
Storage CompactFlash(CF) (Type I) or SmartMedia(SM)
Weight 1050 g

The Olympus E-10 is a digital single-lens reflex with a 4.0-megapixel CCD image sensor that was introduced in 2000. Unlike most digital SLRs the camera is not a system camera – its lens is fixed to the body. It has a TTL optical viewfinder, and a 4× optical zoom lens with lens aperture f/2–2.4. Instead of a moving mirror a beam splitting prism is used to split the image between the optical viewfinder and CCD.[1] Thus it was possible to have a live view on the LCD and in parallel see the image in the TTL viewfinder.

The E-10 has a strong metallic case that weighs in at approximately 37 oz. (1050 g). It was succeeded by the 5-megapixel Olympus E-20, announced in 2001.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Specifications", Olympus E-10 review (Digital Photography Review) 

External links[edit]

Media related to Olympus E-10 at Wikimedia Commons

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