Conclusion: The E520 is a very competent DSLR with a high specification that we believe will prove to be highly competitive on price once it has been on the market a little longer and its price has dropped away from the MSRP.
Pros: Good image quality at low ISO settings, JPEG engine conveys just about everything that is captured, In-body image stabilization means the benefit is seen with all lenses, Control panel display allows quick access to the important shooting parameters, Generally snappy performance (though it would ...
Cons: Dynamic range limited compared to the rest of class - can lead to more easily clipped highlights, Small viewfinder, Comparatively soft image output in JPEG and RAW, Disappointing high ISO performance, Auto white balance and presets not brilliant (though there is a fine tune option), LCD could be ...
Conclusion: This is a good transitional camera for anyone wanting to progress to DSLR for the first time although it does have some minor limitations that should be considered and, I imagine in many cases, overlooked.
Summary: Even though it has been on the market for six months, the E-520 represents the next generation in Olympus' Four Thirds system DSLRs. This member of the family may not stand out from the pack as much as its predecessors, but it still represents a reliable, capable entry level DSLR camera.
Conclusion: Olympus E-520 digitalSLR camera The Olympus E-520 seems a logical continuation of the E-510. The year is over, so a new type number will attract the attention to the brand again. However, saying just that would not do the Olympus E-520 justice.
Excerpt: As expected, shortly after news of the update to the tiny Olympus E-410 comes the replacement for the maker’s popular mid-range E-510. Like the E-420, the new model has seen some cosmetic improvements to the finish and controls. As a result, the E-520 looks slightly better-made now.
Pros: Small lightweight body with effective anti-shake and anti-dust systems; new image processing improves overall image quality.
Cons: Increased shadow noise using optional Shadow Adjustment Technology; small viewfinder image; new 2.7-inch screen difficult to check in bright sunlight.
Summary: Olympus' E-520 is a great D-SLR that is more than capable of competing with the big guns from Canon and Nikon. Its images are impressive and the feature set is robust enough to satisfy all but the most demanding photographer.
Pros: Impressive pictures, great exposure handling, dust reduction works well, sensor-based stabilisation
Cons: Live View autofocus still slow, menus can be confusing
Conclusion: Olympus gayet hoş ve kullanışlı bir DSLR ürün serisine sahip. Olympus E-520 için yenilikçi kelimesini kullanabiliriz. Mümkün olan her temel noktada cihaz iyileştirilmiş. Bu yüzden, bu kamera gerçekten hoşumuza gitti.