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Photoradar.com
Reviewed on 2009-07-15
A key innovation of the E-system is the use of near-telecentric lenses: the rays leave the lens nearly parallel, whether they're wideangle or telephoto. This simplifies the design not only of sensors but viewfinders as well, which helps keep cameras ve...
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Dcviews.com
Reviewed on 2007-02-07
Although it looks radically different from other digital SLRs, the Olympus E-300 is an excellent photographic tool with comfortable handling, nice controls and superb built quality. It provides you with comprehensive image info at all times through th...
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best4reviews.com
Reviewed on 2007-01-17
Handling, sRGB and Adobe RGB capture, RAW+JPEG capture, Supersonic Wave (dust removal) Filter, customisable exposure steps, good noise reduction and helpful Olympus Master software.Slow USB 1.1 connectivity, underexposure issues with localised highlights in a scene.
The E-300 is a sophisticated consumer-oriented D-SLR packed with neat features. It's the second Four Thirds system D-SLR from Olympus - allowing for both physically smaller camera bodies and lenses - and provides a value...
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avecmobile.com
Reviewed on 2007-01-01
The construction of an SLR camera allows you to change lenses to suit the creative idea and object you intend to capture. Other important benefits of an SLR camera is fast operation and possibility to tweak practically all elements of the image capturi...
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Neocamera.com
Reviewed on 2006-12-31
Rating the E-300 was somewhat of a dilemma. Its image quality is good, but every other DSLR does better, both in terms of image sharpness and noise levels (specially above ISO 400). Its ergonomics are usable, but again every other DSLR does better. It...
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stuff.tv
Reviewed on 2006-09-20
Easy to use. Produces good pictures.May have you wishing youd dug a bit deeper in your pocket. Ever increasing noise levels at high ISOs.
Pop the E-300 out of the box and you’ll note that the 14-45mm kit lens with this camera isn’t as good as the similar-sounding 14-54mm zoom on the more expensive E-1. To be fair, that lens does cost a hefty £400 on its own, but then you might e...
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layersmagazine.com
Reviewed on 2006-08-07
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ephotozine.com
Reviewed on 2006-06-01
Olympus E-300 reviewFollowing on from their first four-thirds camera, the E1, Olympus have launched the first 4/3 format contender in the budget DSLR market. Pitched against the likes of the Canon 300/350D and Nikon?s D70, we take a look at how his cam...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2006-02-22
Well suited for enthusiasts and novicesLens selection limited
The E-300s lens selection is limited, but its features are well suited to photographers of all skill levels.
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creationview.com
Reviewed on 2006-01-01
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2005-05-02
It offers a very respectable spec in an ugly, but very usable body design.
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2005-05-01
In order to keep the cost of the camera low, the E-300 trims fat in areas the average photographer wont notice. Even so, it manages to look and feel like a more expensive camera. Its solid body has an aluminium chassis covered in Olympuss trademark s...
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shutterbug.com
Reviewed on 2005-05-01
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dpexpert.com.au
Reviewed on 2005-04-29
The E-300 is the Olympus entry into the sub $2000 digital single lens reflex market. It uses the Four Thirds technology of the E-1 and increases the resolution of the sensor from 5 megapixels to 8. The E-300 is a curious looking camera because the vie...
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Megapixel.net
Reviewed on 2005-04-01
Compared to the Olympus E-1, the first Four Thirds camera produced by Olympus, the E-300 is more compact, and offers a new 8-megapixel CCD. But, just like the E1, the E-300 is able to receive any Four Thirds compatible lens, and is sold as a kit with a...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2005-03-21
<b>Spec:</b> Digital camera, 8,000,000 pixels, LCD display - TFT active matrix - 1.8 in - Color<br> <b>Good:</b> High resolution for its price; effective dust elimination; speedy, pleasing performance; unusually solid construction for its class; top-notch images when properly exposed at low to moderate ISO sensitivities.<br> <b>Bad:</b> Inconsistent, too-often inaccurate metering; short battery life; only one command dial; somewhat noisier images than competitors at ISO 800 and ISO 1,600.<br> <b>Bottomline:</b> This beauty-challenged Olympus offers unmatched build quality, snappy performance, and top resolution for its class, but low-light shooters and metering novices may prefer alternatives.<br>
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2005-03-21
High resolution for its price; effective dust elimination; speedy, pleasing performance; unusually solid construction for its class; top-notch images when properly exposed at low to moderate ISO sensitivitiesInconsistent, too-often inaccurate metering; short battery life; only one command dial; somewhat noisier images than competitors at ISO 800 and ISO 1,600
This beauty-challenged Olympus offers unmatched build quality, snappy performance, and top resolution for its class, but low-light shooters and metering novices may prefer alternatives ...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2005-02-16
A good affordable choice for serious amateurs who want high-resolution images, lots of control, and access to a growing assor Specs: Megapixels: 8, Maximum Resolution: 3264 x 2448 pixels, Included Memory: Media Card, Media Format: CompactFlash, Typ
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2005-01-10
Good resolution, almost as good as the more expensive Canon EOS 20D, Good color, contrasty images with consumer-appeal punch (can be adjusted), Noise free images at ISO 100, Wide range of image parameter adjustment (color, tone, sharpness), Good automatic......Recommended sensitivity ISO 100 - 400, images at ISO 800 usable, ISO 1600 not really, Demosaic artifacts on JPEG and Olympus Master processed RAW, Images not per-pixel as crisp as from other D-SLRs (image processing / low pass?), Moire artifacts can be de......
The E-300 (EVOLT in North America) became the second ever Four Thirds System digital SLR when it was announced by Olympus at Photokina 2004. The camera features an eight megapixel Kodak 4/3 Type CCD sensor, a Four Thirds lens mount and an unusual Op...
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digitalcamerainfo.com
Reviewed on 2005-01-01
The Olympus EVOLT E-300 is the first 8 megapixel digital SLR on the market to sell for under $900 (USD) with a lens included. The camera contains a unique Supersonic Wave Filter to remove dust from the sensor and is the second camera released by Olympu...
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