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Olympus E-1 Digital SLR


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Introduction

Back in August I had the opportunity to preview the E-1 from Olympus and was both impressed and intrigued by the experience. This time I have the real article in my itchy palms. Olympus has touted this as the world's first digital interchangeable lens SLR system. A photography system that could change the way we look at digital imaging and the world around us. I knew from the preview that I would be getting a professional quality unit and hoped that the operation wouldn't require one to be a professional to capture images worth saving. Read on and let's find out.

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Well I nominate bd to keep track of that stuff!

All in favor say aye!

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Aye!

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Added.

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aye

and thats a sweet camera man thanks Gman, I might have to sell mine for that one.

Oh ya nice pics you did they are sharp. Would you say the camera is for noobs or the experinced person?

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I would say it's for both. The noob can get some great pics and the expert will definitely benefit from the extras.

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Well I nominate bd to keep track of that stuff!

All in favor say aye!

aye aye sir! i dont mind doing it, i just realized that I can add events.

you guys prolly hate me casue i bug about these little things and then creat new posts about reviews products we have already done and what not LOL :P

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