Olympus E-3 Review at PhotographyBLOG

by on January 9, 2008

in Gear,Olympus,Reviews

PhotographyBLOG has posted its review of the Olympus E-3:

It makes sense given that Olympus has pinned its hopes on the E-3 as its most serious digital contender to date. Still, the amount of time you’ll spend penitently wading through the manual will reward you with some seriously good images. Colours are lovely and true-to-nature, and although Olympus may not have quite cracked the old white balance conundrum when faced with tricky conditions, at least you can work around it.

Get more reviews of the Olympus E-3 here.

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1 Peter January 27, 2008 at 9:52 pm

Regarding the 4/3 sensor: in the E-510 and now the E-3, the sensor is 18 x 13.5 mm in size.
Is this the largest that a 4/3 sensor can be? It seems that even with keeping the 4:3 ratio, it could be as big as 32 x 24 mm and still “fit” inside the conventional 36 x 24 mm shutter box assembly.

What am I missing here?? Anyone…

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