Summary: I used to work as a District Manager for Olan Mills and this is one of the cameras we had in the studio. Thur working there i was able to get me one of these camera's. Well I moved a few times and when i went looking for it i thought someone had stolen it cause it was not where i last thought it was...
Summary: At least that is what I paid for the camera. I do most of my shots in camera raw which gives me aproximately 26 pictures on a 256 mg card. Excelent camera for use with Photoshop CS. Flash is weak for any type of professional use. Optics are excellent.
Summary: Buying a camera for the resolution is like buying a book based on how many pages it has. I suspect that many of the cameras which purport to offer higher theoretical resolution are in fact limited by lens resolution.
Most fun I've had with a camera, but get a real memory card.
drsquared "drsquared", Amazon
28 January 2004
Summary: This is the only digital SLR I have owned, and it is the only camera I have had that is actually fun to use. My film SLR left me gnashing my teeth outside the developer when I found out all too late I blew every shot on the roll. That said, I have two gripes.
Summary: Well, after 3 years of serious consideration, I finally went digital. I spent hours an hours considering which camera to buy, and since I've had great experience with Olympus in the past, I looked at the E10 and E20. Once I got relatively acquainted wuth these two, I looked at other models.
Summary: As a serious amateur photographer, over the last forty years, I have owned several sophisticated SLR film; and (recently) digital cameras priced on the expensive side of the spectrum (Nikons, Leicas, Sony's and now the E-20N).
Summary: I love this camera! This camera is the most like a TTL SL Reflex 35mm camera I've ever seen in a digital camera. The only drawback is how it seems to "go to sleep" between shots, if the shots are not within a few seconds of each other, and then the camera is hard to "wake up.