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Monday, May 23, 2005

Olympus E-300 Review - Pocket-lint

Category: Olympus E-300

Olympus E-300The Olympus E-300 is the second, Four-Thirds D-SLR from Olympus and provides a value for money entry point into the world of the D-SLR, competing well on price in the now very competitive D-SLR market. It’s somewhat chunky design will look odd to SLR novices (its main target market, so a tad worrisome if you ask me) but comes about because of the unique porro-mirror (rather than pentamirror) viewfinder set up. The reflex mirror flips sideways directing the light-path to the right (as opposed to upwards) to the very slightly gloomy-to-use viewfinder.

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