Camedia E-10 SLR 4 million pixels

Camedia E-10 SLR 4 million pixels
Why Olympus?
You’re about to make a decision. Olympus?
Or some other brand? Naturally, we think it should
be Olympus.
Camedia E-10 SLR
We could point out that in 1920, we gave Japan its
first microscope. Our long experience with optics has
resulted in the clearest, most distortion-free lenses
the world has ever known. And the quality of the
lens is the single most important factor in
determining the quality of your picture.
But it goes beyond that. It has more to do with the
all-consuming dedication to excellence that produced
those advanced optics in the first place. The dedication
that has driven the company from the very beginning.
Our dedication can be seen in the long string of
innovations we’ve introduced over the years. It can be
seen in the extreme level of performance, durability
and ease of use that’s in every Olympus product. And
most importantly, it can be seen in your pictures.
We suggest you research your decision carefully.
Consider what you’ll get for your money. Money's too
hard to earn to waste a single dollar. Then make a
good decision.
And of course, if you end up going with Olympus
this time, you’ll find that next time, you won’t really
have a decision to make.
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4 million pixels
The digital camera for the serious photographer
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T h e d i g i t a l ca m e ra t h a t
will change the industry.
The digital Camedia E-10 SLR was
designed from the very beginning to please
the most demanding photographer. It’s a
camera that was designed from the very
beginning to be digital.
The E-10 SLR was born out of our
desire to develop a truly digital camera.
One in which all components were
rethought from a digital perspective, and
designed to work together to deliver ultra
high-resolution digital photographs.
Very quickly, though, it became clear
digital lens. Never before has a lens been so
perfectly designed for digital photography.
you have a camera like no other.
Would you like pictures like no other?
that current technology could no longer do
Combine it with shutter release lag
what we asked of it. So we did what we’ve
times of under 60 milliseconds, full control,
E-10 SLR. See what we’ve done with digital
always done. We developed new technology.
our exclusive TruePic™ technology and all
photography. Then go out and see what you
the flexibility of digital photography, and
can do with it.
The most significant result is the E-10’s
Read on. Learn more about the Camedia
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A le n s d e s i g n e d fo r t r u e
d i g i t a l p h o t o g ra p h y.
Our exclusive Olympus TruePic™ technology uses every pixel to
The E-10 SLR features a fully multi-
In a digital camera, the surface of the
developed a lens that would direct light
make your image, at all resolutions. It then micro-smooths the
pixels to provide true continuous-tone images.
coated, 14-element, 11-group lens with ED
CCD is made up of pixels. These pixels are
precisely into each pixel well, filling them
and aspherical glass and an f 2.0 – 2.4 4x
tiny wells that record the information car-
properly and resulting in exceptionally fine
T h e ve r y l a te st i n d i g i ta l te c h n o lo g y co m e s to g e t h e r i n t h e C a m e d i a E - 1 0 S L R . I t s m a n y revo l u t i o n a r y p a r t s
co m b i n e to g i ve yo u exce p t i o n a l ly s h a r p , r i c h , l a rg e p r i n t s .
zoom. That alone tells you this is no ordi-
ried by light. In the E-10’s 4.0 million pixel
nary lens, digital or otherwise.
CCD, the pixels are so small that angled
But the real story behind the E-10’s
lens is in the way it captures an image.
focus and resolution.
Of course, there’s a much simpler way to
light won’t fill them properly. So to take full
understand what this new technology means.
advantage of the E-10’s advanced CCD, we
Just take a look at one of the E-10’s pictures.
In a film lens, an image carried by
light is directed at a layer of silver halide
below the film’s translucent surface. Since
Film lenses refract light at an angle. A good
technology for flat film.
this layer is flat, light can expose the film
from any angle and still result in excellent
focus and resolution.
The E-10’s all-in-one lens design
allows us to perfectly match the
lens to the precision camera CCD.
It also lets us seal the camera
body, keeping damaging dust
away from the CCD.
The E-10’s lens refracts light directly into the pixel
wells, filling them with information properly.
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D e s i g n e d t o b e d i g i t a l . Fro m t h e i n s i d e o u t .
Photographers demand a lot from their cameras. So do we. We designed the E-10
SLR with features that make you want to reach for it every day, along with the durability
that makes it tough enough to be used every day.
If you’re serious about your pictures, this is the digital camera that will finally allow
you to capture the photos you’ve always wanted.
The all-aluminum body performs two important functions. It acts as
a heat sink to keep the high-resolution CCD cool and keep electronic
noise out of your pictures. And it provides the strength to make the
E-10 a durable, daily use camera.
The three-position LCD color monitor
The fully multi-coated, 14-element,
operates in standard position (flush
11-group, ED and aspherical glass
mode, scene-detecting flash. Or
mounts on your computer with no
quickly determines exposure under
slots, to accept SmartMedia™ and
against the camera body), 90˚ up to
4x zoom lens was designed
you can attach the optional FL-40
additional software, and allows
a variety of difficult lighting condi-
CompactFlash™ (Types I and II)
let you shoot down to ground level
specifically for high-resolution
external flash, which is a scene-
you to open images from within
tions. Use digital ESP multi-pattern
simultaneously, and allow you to
easily, and 20˚ down for viewing
digital photography.
detecting flash with the E-10, to
your applications.
metering, center-weighted metering
copy from card to card.
overhead shots.
The E-10 has a built-in, multi-
the hot shoe. Or use studio strobes.
The E-10 is Storage Class USB. It
The E-10’s advanced metering system
or spot metering.
The E-10 SLR features dual media
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The more control you have, the more
freedom you have.
Sometimes greatness is spontaneous.
balance settings ranging from 3000˚K to
a bar graph displays distribution of lights and
Sometimes it’s well-planned. That’s why the
7500˚K. Or set the one-touch manual white
darks to help you adjust exposure. It’s a quick
E-10 gives you the option of fully automatic
balance using a sheet of white paper, for
way to tell if whites might blow out or blacks
controls or fully manual controls.
example, as a reference point.
might plug up.
To help you quickly dial in on your
exposure, switch on auto bracketing to take
three quick images of your subject. The first
shot will be underexposed, the next frame
normal and the last frame overexposed. You
can bracket in 1/3, 2/3 or full stops.
Another valuable tool the E-10 gives
you is a histogram. During image playback,
Like to always be ready? The E-10
you can use the manual focus ring as you
If you’re used to instinctively focusing
SLR’s dual autofocus system is precise and
would on a traditional SLR, up to as close as
manually, you’re probably also the kind of
lightning-fast. Nothing will get by you. Or
8" in macro mode.
photographer who will appreciate the E-10’s
manual zoom ring. And since it works independent of the exposure controls, you can
shoot and zoom at the same time.
For rich, true colors and clean whites,
the E-10 gives you a number of ways to set
white balance. You can choose iESP (intelligent
Electronic Selective Pattern) TTL auto white
balance. Or choose from seven preset white
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art of using light.
Aside from its many exposure controls,
the E-10 SLR offers other ways to help you
use light to make beautiful pictures.
In-camera metering is fast and accurate
in a variety of difficult lighting situations.
Our digital ESP multi-pattern metering
measures light from multiple areas of the
image. Center-weighted metering concen-
excels in that area, too.
As you’d expect, the E-10’s built-in flash
feet, and have greater control. When used with
choose from auto flash for low- and back-
the E-10, the FL-40 also works as a scene-
light conditions, red-eye reducing flash,
detecting flash. And for studio work, a PC
fill-in (forced on) flash and flash off to take
Sync lets you easily connect to studio strobes.
advantage of natural light.
And going beyond what you’d expect
from a digital camera of this caliber, the
And Spot metering concentrates on a much
E-10’s flash is an exclusive scene-detecting
smaller area (about 1.6%) in the center of
flash. So if your subject is standing off to one
the viewfinder.
side at dusk, the flash compensates and
work with light is by generating it. The E-10
increase your flash distance to more than 30
operates in a variety of modes. You can
trates on light in the center of the viewfinder.
Of course, another way photographers
external flash to the E-10’s hot shoe. You’ll
makes sure the right amount of light is fired.
You can also attach our optional FL-40
The E-10 SLR handles the most
difficult and diverse lighting
conditions with ease. For
instance, it faithfully captures
every nuance of Hollywood’s
magnificent Pantages Theatre.
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3x Tele Extension 420mm f2.8 equivalent
It’s all about options. The more you
have, the more you can do. The digital E-10
SLR is a professional-level system that
offers a variety of lenses, long-lasting
batteries and flash accessories. All of
which work together to give you the
stunning pictures you’re after.
Macro Conversion
1.45x Tele Extension 200mm f2.4 equivalent
0.8x Wide Conversion 28mm f2.0 equivalent
A leather case is just what you need to protect your
camera between brilliant shots.
With a cable release, you can avoid
shaking the camera at slow shutter
speeds. It also has a lock on it for
bulb exposures.
Without the included lens hood, you’d need one hand
to hold your E-10, one hand to adjust manual focus or
Our Lithium Polymer battery grip gives you up
zoom, and one hand to shade your lens from direct light.
to 750 shots. It also gives you a comfortable
vertical grip with an additional shutter release
button right where you need it.
The FL-40 external flash fits on the E-10’s hot shoe
With a wireless remote, you can trigger the shutter
from a distance.
and gives you greater distance and control. Plus it’s a
scene-detecting flash on the E-10.
These extension lenses are fully multi-coated and
are perfectly matched to the E-10 SLR’s 4x zoom lens.
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S h owca s e yo u r wo r k
i n a va r i e t y o f w a y s .
Now that you’ve shot the most beautiful images you ever have, what do you do
with them?
Since they’re digital, you have a variety
The P-400 is our professional-level
of options. And every one of them will do
printer. It prints gorgeous dot-free,
continuous-tone, dye sublimation
justice to the pictures you took with the
prints at sizes near 8" x 10." Want
finest, most advanced digital camera on
the face of the earth, the Olympus Camedia
E-10 SLR.
rich, sharp, stunning enlargements?
You can playback and preview images right on your
The P-400 is your printer.
Working Range
8"/20 cm. – ∞ (infinity)
Digital SLR Camera with 1.8 in./4.5 cm color TFT LCD monitor
Viewfinder
3V (3.3V) SmartMedia (SSFDC) Card (2M, 4M, 8M, 16M,
32M and 64MB)
One 32MB card supplied with camera, 3V CompactFlash
Type I & II Flash Memory (Micro Drive not recommended)
Optical SLR viewfinder (Full Information/Mode/Aperture/
Shutter Speed/Spot/Center-Weighted/ iESP/+/-/AF/Flash)
Focusing Screen (Shows Focus)
LCD Monitor
Still image: JPEG (DCF: “Design rule for Camera File system”),
TIFF (non-compressed), DPOF support RAW (16 bits per
color) Ships with Photoshop plug-in for RAW 10 Bit
(A➔D) Converter
1.8 in./4.5 cm wide angle color TFT LCD monitor with
114,000 pixels (made from low-temperature poly-silicon),
brightness adjustment is possible: adjustable to 20˚, 0˚,
and 92˚ (click stops)
Flash Modes
Built-in Flash: Auto-Flash (low- & back-light),
Red-Eye Reducing Flash, Off, Fill-in (Forced Activation)
Slow Synchronization (First-Curtain Synchronization
effect, Second-Curtain Synchronization effect)
Flash system uses exclusive iESP scene-detecting flash
External terminals: Hot shoe and PC Sync
Flash Working Range
Wide: approx. 2'/.6 m – 20.8'/6.3 m; telephoto: approximately
1.7'/.5 m – 17.2'/5.2 m (ISO 80)
Flash Recharge Time
Approximately 7 sec. (normal temperature with new battery)
Sequence Mode
3 frames per sec. up to 4 frames, 1.2 second shot to
shot or faster
TruePic Technology
Available at all resolutions from SHQ-SQ
Time-Lapse Intervals
1 min. to 24 hours
Specifications
NTSC monitor. Everyone can see what you see,
Product Type
without having to crowd around the camera.
Memory
Recording System
Number of storable pictures with 32MB SmartMedia card
Recording Mode
SHQ/Non-compressed
RAW
SHQ
HQ
SHQ, HQ, SQ1 and SQ2
No. of Frames
2
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File Size
2240 X 1680
2240 X 1680
2240 X 1680 (2.7:1 JPEG)
2048 X 1536 (8:1 JPEG)
Resolutions include 2240 X 1680, 1600 X 1200, 1280 X 960, 1024 X 768,
640 X 480 with compressions 2.7:1, 4:1, 8:1 JPEG
Image Pickup Element 2/3 inch CCD solid-state image pickup 4.1 million pixels
(effective 4 million pixels), RGB Interlaced Scan
White Balance
iESP full-auto TTL, 7 stage Preset Manual (3000˚; 3500˚;
4000˚; 4500˚; 5500˚; 6500˚; and 7500˚K), One-Touch Manual
Selftimer/Remote
Controller
12 second delay/2 sec. after optional remote controller
(RM-1) operation
Lens
Olympus lens 9 - 36mm 2.0-2.4, ED and aspherical glass 4x
zoom Lens (equivalent to 35 - 140mm lens on 35mm camera),
optional 0.8x (wide) 1.45x, 3x (telephotos) and macro lenses
(aperture is 7-bladed for precise aperture shape and function)
Setting Memorization
Possible
Outer Connectors
DC input terminal, data input/output terminal USB interface
(only), video output terminal (NTSC), external PC flash terminal
for studio strobes or PC sync strobes, 3-pin Olympus
remote cable release connector
Filter Size
62 mm
Photometric System
Digital ESP multi-patterned, center-weighted and spot
metering systems
Operating Environment Operation: 32 – 104°F, 0 – 40°C, 30 – 90%
Storage: -4 – 140°F, -20 – 60°C, 10 – 90%
Exposure Control
Programmed auto exposure, Aperture priority, Shutter priority,
+/- 2Ev by 1/3EV steps exposure compensation
Auto Bracketing: selectable from 1/3EV, 2/3 EV and 1EV; 3
or 5 images
Aperture priority: Wide; F2.0 - 11, Tele; F2.4 - 11, 1/3EV steps
Shutter priority: 2 - 1/640 sec. 1/3EV steps
Manual exposure: shutter speed bulb, 8 sec. -1/640 sec.
Power Supply
Main power source: 2 x Lithium battery CR-V3/LiPo
Battery with Optional Grip/4 x AA NiMH batteries/4 x AA
Ni-Cd batteries/Optional C7AU-AC adapter (Manganese
batteries cannot be used)
Date/Time/Calendar
Adjustable with simultaneous recording onto image data
Automatic Calendar
System
Up to year 2030
Dimensions
5.1 in./128.5 mm (W) x 4.1 in./103.5 mm (H) x 6.8 in./161 mm
(L) (excluding projections)
Weight
37 oz./1050 g (without batteries and SmartMedia Card)
Believe it or not, you can have
The USB SmartMedia™ Reader/Writer is handy to
leave hooked up to your computer. It downloads
pictures at a sizzling 1MB per second.
The E-10 accepts both SmartMedia™ and
CompactFlash™ (Types I and II) simultaneously, and lets you copy from card to card.
portable dot-free, continuous-tone,
dye sublimation printing. The P-200
is smaller than a 5" x 7" print,
though maybe a bit thicker. And you
can print right from your E-10, with
no computer. Think of it. Beautiful
prints, anytime, anywhere.
ISO
Auto, user selectable. 80, 160, 320 equivalent ISO
Focusing
Dual AF-Active (IR and Passive TTL) system autofocus
(contrast detection system) with focusing range:
8"/0.2 m - ∞ (infinity) stepless
Manual focus: with focusing screen
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