Tuesday, August 09, 2011
Olympus EP3 Unboxing Pictures & Review
Olympus has finally had the E-P3 out in the market. Being the most professional DSLR, the camera introduces a number of new features to the table: a touch-enabled 610k-dot resolution OLED screen, an interchangeable grip, a lighting-quick contrast autofocus system, a new built-in flash, and the same retro styling we’ve come to know. Let’s have a sneak peek at the new camera.With the enormous package, besides the camera itself, there are also a BLS-5 battery pack, a battery charger, a USB cable, an AV cable, HDMI cable, a strap, a CD-ROM and a user's guide.
The Olympus E-P3 features subtle design changes from the E-P2, with new interchangeable grip options, a more traditional mode dial, a high-resolution touchscreen, and a built-in flash. The E-P3, hence, is a light camera that is easy to handle and shoot with, offering customers more options.
The camera with its 3 inch OLED display is an amazing gift to the camera users. With also the touch panel, you will simply fall for the device. The EP-3 sees the addition of a dedicated video record button, as well as a second programmable function button on the shoulder of the camera. The mode dial has been moved back to a more traditional spot on the top of the camera. The other shoulder of the camera now has a built-in pop-up flash that extends up and out.
The on/off key, the shutter together with the mode dial on the right shoulder and a user-programmable function button.
You can find the hot shoe and the stereo mics on the top of the camera.
There is a panel on the right of the camera. The five record and playback controls plus the thumb dial and other function keys are the highlight of the whole shooting pictures journey.
While the P3 has lots to offer the professional photographers, there are lots of automated modes that help out less experienced photographers. Olympus's Live Guide, for example, is on hand and works with the touchscreen. The popular Art Filters are also available and can be used completely automatically. Video can also be recorded in AVCHD or Motion JPEG format.
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