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The Camedia E-10 is a true SLR digital camera that features a 4-megapixel imager and new lens technology specifically designed to focus light evenly across the entire CCD surface. The all black aluminum body and fast f2.0 9-36mm (35-140mm in 35mm) zoom lens is designed to maximize image quality. Manufactured with Extra Dispersion (ED) glass, the lens features fully multicoated elements with dual aspherical glass elements to reduce chromatic aberrations and deliver the highest image quality of any lens built for a digital camera. A variety of matched add-on lenses deliver the flexibility digital photographers need to maximize creativity. The Camedia E-10 has the features that professionals expect from an SLR, including Program Auto, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Manual exposure modes, a manual zoom and focusing ring on the lens barrel and a real focusing screen. The E-10 uses an Olympus-patented IR-active focus system for initial focus and a TTL passive focus for fine,...

Olympus E-10 4MP Digital Camera w/ 4x Optical Zoom

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Olympus E-10 4MP Digital Camera w/4x Optical Zoom (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

Olympus E-10 4MP Digital Camera w/4x Optical Zoom (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 4 megapixel CCD creates 2,240 x 1,680 images for 8 x 10 prints and beyond
  • 4x optical zoom with autofocus
  • Included 32 MB SmartMedia card stores 16 images at default settings
  • Connects with Macs and PCs via USB port
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1.33:1
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Olympus
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Black
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Photography
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Olympus
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Olympus
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1 Year Parts/Labor
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  • MPN: 225230
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  1. This camera is everything that the other reviews claim. I now use the E-10 instead of my 35mm SLR for customized shots and don’t really miss the 35mm’s flexibility. Built-in flash is quite capable (other than the short distance from the lens). Battery consumption is excellent — batteries last several days to a week of pretty heavy vacation shooting (if you don’t go overboard on using the LCD screen and do remember to turn the camera off promptly). Get the rechargeable AA NiMHs. The CR-V3s last very well, but are quite expensive. Alkalines will work in a pinch (i.e., there’s an advantage to the standard battery form factor), but don’t last.The positives have been said many times here already. Just don’t focus on the few negatives that I will mention!Setting up a customized shot (field-of-view, exposure compensation, etc.) takes a fair bit longer than on my 35mm because of the time to walk through the menus…. and, this camera is heavy! That was obvious from the spec’s (most people consider a 2 lb 35mm to be a heavy camera), so I knew that going in. That’s not even considering the excellent, but also heavy external flash.I have not yet tried my filter collection, but a lot of filter functions can be accomplished by digital post-processing.I’m very happy with it after 5 months of good usage.

  2. This has been a great camera. The body is largely metal, so there are few plastic parts to break. The battery door is located on the bottom, so batteries can be swapped out even when the camera is mounted on a tripod.The lense is not interchangable, which can be a disadvantage for some, but it ensures that no dust can get into the shutter or behind the lense. I love the dial controls. There are enough dials and buttons on the camera so that the LCD display is not required for most camera settings.There are a few disadvantages to the camera. The shutter speed only goes up to 1/640, and the aperature only goes up to F11, however the aperature can be as shallow as F2.2. Also, as time has worn on, the light meter doesn’t seem to perform as well in low light as when I first bought this camera. Don’t get me wrong, though. It still does an excellent job. Better than most digital cameras.Overall, I have been quite satisfied with this camera.

  3. I got this camera a few years ago, when it was already obsolete from every point of view, and for a reason or another I did not use the camera much.In the last couple of weeks however I found myself using it quite a bit so I decided to write a review. Whoever is reading this review, on the other hand, is looking at a digital camera which is almost 18 years old, which is more or less like reading the gas mileage of Ford Model A.If the reason for looking at such an old technology is trying to replicate some old look, a bit like Lomo camera fans do, this is not the right tool. At her venerable age the camera has still one of the sharpest 4x zoom lens you can find and if you print the image within the capability of a 4Mpx sensor or you display the results on the web it is unlikely that anyone will even notice it was taken with an old camera. If by passing to older technology and possibly the goal is to find a new inspiration also I would not recommend this. The E-10 does not accept cards above 2Gb and even with a 1Gb or 2Gb card it is a bit picky, certain types are fine, other not so much, and buying really small Flash cards could be almost as expensive as it is your new old camera. Also unless you find the E-10 with a working battery pack you will need AA rechargeable battery and they will not last much, not even the best ones because this thing seems to use really a lot of electricity. Just to pretend that the last 15 years did not pass I also tried to compare the result with the only other 4Mpx camera I still use, which is a Nikon D2H, and the results are clearly a bit inferior, so even in the IQ department you can find better options at the same low 4Mpx. Ok, so why bothering with the review an why did I like it? Well, it’s fun. It’s refreshing. If fun is not important for you then don’t bother, but if you feel like going out with just one camera and one lens and have fun that’s, in my opinion, one of the best camera you can pick.

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