olympus e-30

Olympus has released a firmware update (version 1.1) for the E-30 DSLR.  The firmware update addresses the following issues:

  • Reduced the sound of Image stabilizer operations when IMAGER AF and HYBRID AF are being used.
  • Resolved the issue where pressing the delete button in Close-up playback occasionally caused the Card access lamp to blink.
  • Resolved the issue where images with a changed aspect ratio played back with Index display sometimes had horizontal stripes.

You can download the update here.

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DP Review has posted a review of the Olympus E-30.

Olympus DSLRs keep getting better, and the E-30 is undoubtedly the best yet.

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DC Resource has posted a review of the Olympus E-30.

Images are fairly sharp by D-SLR standards, with lots of detail captured. In terms of noise, the E-30 performs quite well, though if you look hard enough you’ll spot some noise in shadow areas of a photo (even at lower ISO settings).

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PhotographyBLOG has published its review of the Olympus E-30.

Image quality from the smaller 4/3rds sensor isn’t as good as that from the APS-C competitors, with noise in particular an issue at relatively slow ISO speeds.

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Digital Camera Review has posted a review of the Olympus E-30.

Other than the possible temptation to jump straight into the pro system, there’s very little to keep Olympus fans from coming to the E-30 in droves.

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Let’s Go Digital has published a review of the Olympus E-30.

Even after extended testing, it turns out that the Olympus E-30 looks a lot like its big brother the E-3 when it comes to image characteristics. And although it features a different sensor and increased resolution; Olympus has issues like dynamic range and color reproduction nicely under control and is able to obtain an excellent result.

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