Olympus E-20

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Olympus E-20
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Type Non-interchangeable lens DSLR
Maximum resolution 2,560 × 1,920 (5.2 million)
Lens Non-interchangeable
Flash both built-in and hot shoe
Shutter speed range 1/640 to 60 seconds, bulb
ASA/ISO range 80 to 320
Exposure metering ESP, center-weighted, spot
Exposure modes Manual, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, Program
Metering modes ESP, Center-Weighted, Spot
Focus modes Auto, Manual, Auto+Manual, Continuous
Continuous shooting 2.5 frame/s (4 images)
Viewfinder Optical TTL
WB bracketing Yes, adjustable to increments of 2 steps, 3 steps, or 6 steps.
Rear LCD monitor 1.8" flip-up (118,000 pixels)
Storage SmartMedia, CompactFlash (Type I or Type II)
Battery (4) AA NiMH batteries and charger (supplied)
Weight 1190 g (42 oz)

The Olympus E-20 (available under the names E-20N and E-20P, depending on whether it had NTSC or PAL video output, respectively) is a 5-megapixel non-interchangeable lens DSLR manufactured by Olympus Corporation of Japan, as a successor to its E-10 model. It also has a fixed lens and a beam splitting prism instead of a moving mirror. It has easy dial keys for choices of pictures, videos, and more. It was announced on September 13, 2001.[1]

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