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Olympus E-510

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E-510, är en 10 megapixel digital SLR-kamera som inte bara är redo att ge perfekta bilder, utan även har den allra senaste tekniken för att se till att bilderna blir just - perfekta. Live View, en inbyggd bildstabilisator som ser till att bilderna blir skarpa även i de mest skakiga situationer, samt en ny bildprocessor som förhindrar brus, ger en kamera som klarar det mesta i de flesta situationer. Lägg därtill en 6.4cm/2.5" HyperCrystal LCD, hi-speed USB 2.0, dubbla kortplatser för såväl xD-kort som CompactFlash och hela 18 olika motivprogram.Optisk zoom beror på val av optik. Stäng
E-510, är en 10 megapixel digital SLR-kamera som inte bara är redo att ge perfekta bilder, utan även har den allra senaste tekniken för att se till att bilderna blir just - perfek... Läs mer
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  • T3

    WE LOVE:
    Great pics. Top gadgets
    Small and light

    WE HATE:
    Boring menus

    WE SAY:
    State of the digi-SLR art

    13 år sedan
  • Overall rating: 10/10

    Good points




    • Compact and lightweight compared with many digital SLRs

    • Easy to use

    • Crisp, natural colour images



    Bad points




    • Viewfinder is small and murky

    • For many images no difference from E-410 despite price difference



    Overall Literally the bigger brother of the current E-410
    DSLR, the E-510’s chief advantage is that any lens attached becomes immediately
    stabilised. The lack of this feature wasn’t a noticeable omission on the E-410,
    so whether you spend that extra £100 largely comes down to whether you prefer
    the E-510’s more rounded build and so more comfortable handling.

    13 år sedan
  • Good points

    • Compact and lightweight compared with many digital SLRs
    • Easy to use
    • Crisp, natural colour images

    Bad points

    • Viewfinder is small and murky
    • For many images no difference from E-410 despite price difference

    Overall
    Literally the bigger brother of the current E-410DSLR, the E-510’s chief advantage is that any lens attached becomes immediatelystabilised. The lack of this feature wasn’t a noticeable omission on the E-410,so whether you spend that extra £100 largely comes down to whether you preferthe E-510’s more rounded build and so more comfortable handling.

    13 år sedan
  • CNET Australia

    Good:

    • Sensor-shift image stabilisation
    • Live View mode (LCD preview) operation

    Bad:

    • Sluggish autofocus
    • Subpar exposure and white-balance performance
    • Some poor choices for default settings

    Verdict:
    The Olympus E-510 has quirky exposure and white-balance issues, but its Live View and Image Stabilization modes may make some photographers give this SLR a chance.

    13 år sedan
  • We Like:

    • Four Thirds system allows for physically smaller lenses that offer twice the focal range of their 35mm equivalents
    • making for a lighter camera all round
    • built-in stabilisation allows for steadier shots in low light avoiding image blur
    • plus a better
    • more rounded grip than the E-410 makes holding and using the DSLR easier

    We Don't Like:

    • Physically bulkier than its E-410 baby brother
    • meaning that it cannot similarly lay claim to 'smallest DSLR in the world'
    • auto white balance is sometimes inaccurate

    The E-510 may not be 100% perfect but it's the closest Olympus has come yet with any of its digital cameras. If you're prepared to opt into the Four Thirds system favoured by Olympus - and now Panasonic - rather than going with the tried and tested Nikons and Canons of this world - and favour a camera that's more portable than either - then the E-510 is worth your serious consideration.

    13 år sedan
  • We Like:

    • Four Thirds system allows for physically smaller lenses that offer twice the focal range of their 35mm equivalents
    • making for a lighter camera all round
    • built-in stabilisation allows for steadier shots in low light avoiding image blur
    • plus a better
    • more rounded grip than the E-410 makes holding and using the DSLR easier

    We Don't Like:

    • Physically bulkier than its E-410 baby brother
    • meaning that it cannot similarly lay claim to 'smallest DSLR in the world'
    • auto white balance is sometimes inaccurate

    The E-510 may not be 100% perfect but it's the closest Olympus has come yet with any of its digital cameras. If you're prepared to opt into the Four Thirds system favoured by Olympus - and now Panasonic - rather than going with the tried and tested Nikons and Canons of this world - and favour a camera that's more portable than either - then the E-510 is worth your serious consideration.

    13 år sedan
  • PC Advisor.co.uk

    Many DSLR vendors are streamlining their offerings to appeal to novices; in the process, they strip out features or skimp on quality. Olympus is taking a different tack. With the Olympus Evolt E-510, you get a full-featured DSLR with more advanced features than just about any similarly priced camera. Getting access to some of those features can be a bit trying, but if you worry that you'll outgrow the functionality of other entry-level DSLRs - and you don't want to spend a bundle to get the features - the Olympus Evolt E-510 is a very good choice.

    13 år sedan
  • DigiCam Review

    What I like:

    • Easy to use (lots of modes to suit all levels of photographer)
    • Excellent image quality
    • Excellent battery life (less when using live view)
    • Very good Zuiko Digital kit lens
    • Very good 2.5" screen, viewable from any angle
    • Quick performance, quick switch on, continuous shooting etc
    • Comfortable solid black body
    • Image Stabilisation built into the body will work with every lens attached
    • Olympus Dust Reduction System (according to PixInfo the Olympus system is the only one that actually works!)
    • Live view works like a normal camera with autofocus, histogram etc (just slightly slower)
    • Live view allows 7x, or 10x magnification for manual focus
    • Olympus E-510 DVD User Guide covers use of the camera and general photography!
    • One-touch custom white balance (customisable function button)
    • Little or no Red-eye in photos with flash
    • Low noise levels on default settings
    • Numerous Noise Filter settings
    • Orientation sensor

    What I don't like:

    • Images overly soft on default settings (due to noise filter)
    • Panorama mode only available with Olympus "Panorama" XD cards!

    13 år sedan
  • Olympus E-510 review

    Plus

    • Great features for the money

      Good all-round performance

    Minus

    • Needs two selection dials

      Mode dial and card door could be better made

    Conclusion
    The E-510 won't oust Canon and Nikon from the top slots, but it is a return to form for Olympus and offers great value when bought as a twin-lens kit

    13 år sedan
  • PC World.com

    This SLR offers many advanced features for the price, though some sophisticated functions can be difficult to access.

  • Think Camera (Betyg: 9/10)

    Design: 9
    Features: 9
    Battery: 10
    Picture Quality: 9
    Ease Of Use: 8
    Value: 9
    Overall: 9

    We clicked with:
    Live View
    Cost effective
    Small & Portable
    Shots in the dark:
    Live View slows down picture taking process
    Three AF points are a limitation

    51 år sedan
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    PC World Canada

    This SLR with a live-preview LCD delivers a wealth of features for the price.

    12 år sedan
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    Field Test: Olympus Evolt E-510 at the US Open

    This 10-megapixel, advanced enthusiast DSLR is a major improvement over the Evolt E-330 for sports action.

    12 år sedan
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    Camera Test: Olympus E-510

    This light, tight, 10MP DSLR delivers beautiful images at an even prettier price.

    12 år sedan
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    PC World Canada

    This SLR with a live-preview LCD delivers a wealth of features for the price.

    13 år sedan
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    Olympus E-510 / EVOLT E-510

    Pros:
    •Compact and lightweight design with excellent handling
    •Surprisingly effective sensor-shift image stabilization
    •Excellent control system (via info screen) and lots of external controls for important settings
    •Good image quality and resolution, if not optimum straight out of the box
    •Low noise across the ISO range by default, turning down noise filter doesn't spoil images
    •Through the lens Live View with Auto Focus (although requires mirror up/down)
    •Up to ten times magnification in Live View for manual focus
    •Supersonic Wave Filter ensures no dust on sensor
    •Responsive in use, auto focus fairly quick, shutter lag short
    •Good quality lightweight kit lens makes for lightweight 'carry around' kit
    •User control over ISO noise reduction ('Noise Filter')
    •Extensive feature set and a huge range of customization
    •Black and white mode with selectable filters
    •Kelvin white balance option, all white balance presets fine tunable
    •Selectable color space (sRGB / Adobe RGB)
    •Fully customizable RAW+JPEG (many competitors have fixed JPEG settings)
    •Spot metering with shadow and highlight based spot
    •Timed long exposures up to sixty seconds
    •Remote control option
    •Mirror lock-up with custom delay
    •Unlimited continuous shooting on fast card with HQ quality JPEG, good RAW burst mode
    • Good Compact Flash write performance with a fast card
    •Good range of playback options / views
    • In-camera RAW development feature
    •In-camera JPEG image editing
    •Easy, automatic online firmware upgrades (via Olympus Master / Studio)
    •High speed USB 2.0
    •Orientation sensor
    •Value for money

    Cons:
    • Dynamic Range less than competition (highlights by about three quarters of a stop; 0.7 EV)
    •Serious highlight clipping on bright days unless you reduce exposure
    •Small viewfinder (difficult to see fine detail, difficult to check focus, difficult to use with glasses)
    •Live View usefulness countered by LCD which doesn't tilt, not bright enough outdoors
    •Long, unstructured menus make finding some less common settings frustrating
    •Live histogram and preview brightness inaccurate if you use Live Preview Boost.
    •Best results require adjustment of Noise Filter and Sharpness settings
    •Visibly noisier results than most competitors above ISO 400
    •Slower than average startup due to the SSWF (should be at power-off / intervals)
    •No delete / cancel option during record review (immediately after shutter release)
    • Auto focus provides just three focus points, although AF performance good
    • Focus-by-wire kit lens means no focus distance indication, lack of precision and slight lag
    • Flash must be raised for AF assist

    13 år sedan
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    Pros

    • Small and light compared to competing designs
    • Excellent lens beats others in its class
    • Lens is sharp corner to corner
    • Wide range of Four-Thirds optics to choose from
    • Image stabilization works well, helps indoors
    • Live LCD preview allows shots from odd angles
    • 2.5 inch LCD is bright, adjustable
    • 10x digital zoom for sharper manual focusing
    • Good grip, extremely comfortable to hold and use
    • Power switch is easy to flip while still gripping camera
    • Good resolution
    • Good control of chromatic aberration
    • Smart control layout
    • Command dial has excellent feel
    • Mode dial is also robust
    • Uses both CF and xD memory cards
    • Good high ISO performance, with low noise
    • Color doesn't fade as ISO increases
    • Continuous mode is fast at 3.1 frames per second
    • Smart status display doubles as quick link to oft-used menu items
    • Scene modes work well
    • Supersonic Wave filter removes (most) dust from sensor when camera is turned on
    • Good Prefocus shutter lag
    • Quite customizable
    • Well-placed lens release button (compared to E-300 series)
    • Battery capable of 650 shots per charge (without using Live View)

    Cons

    • Slow startup and shut-down times
    • Live View mode is very slow, introducing extreme shutter lag
    • Optical viewfinder is small and information is displayed off to the right, rather than beneath the image
    • Has trouble focusing in low light
    • Manual focus is electronic, not physical
    • Images are slightly soft overall
    • Greens are undersaturated
    • Skin tones are somewhat pale
    • Auto White balance leaves incandescent shots quite warm
    • Continuous mode is sometimes inconsistent, slowing every three to four frames
    • No second Command dial for quick adjustment of both aperture and shutter speed in Manual mode
    • Tendency to underexpose images indoors, requiring +1.3 EV compensation
    • Less dynamic range compared to other SLRs means blown highlights and plugged shadows
    • Flash coverage doesn't fill most of the wide angle frame
    • Mids of images are often underexposed
    • Tone curve makes highlight detail hard to maintain as you work on other parts of the image
    • Hot spots appear at high ISO at very specific exposure times (not good for those doing night photography and certainly not astronomy!)
    • Menus can be confusing to understand and navigate
    • Manual is poorly organized
    • No DC input

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    Olympus E-510 DSLR camera

    Plus

    • Price
    • Svelte FourThirds system
    • Handling
    • Anti dust system
    • Image stabilisation
    • Image quality
    • Feature set
    • Metering
    • Low noise
    • Live view

    Minus

    • Auto white balance foibles
    • Modest 3-point AF set up
    • Plastic feel to the build

    Conclusion With a stunning feature set and great handling in a (slightly) beefier body than its E-410 predecessor, plus great image quality, the only thing left to want is a great price. Oh! Hang on; it has a great price too – in a variety of tasty-looking kits or body only. Okay, if you own a Canon or Nikon system you’re already locked into that are unlikely to swap due to the cost of switching all those lenses if nothing else, but if you’re trading up from compacts, across from film or simply need a compact yet superbly specified DSLR with anti shake, than the E-510 must be placed near the top of your list.

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