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Olympus E-1 : Specifications and Opinions


Olympus E-1


The Olympus E-1 is a reflex camera with 4/3 (2.0x) sensor and 4.9 megapixels manufactured from 2003 to 2007 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 3200 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 3 FPS x 12 RAW. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is ;
14 users have given it an average vote of 8.8 out of 10


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 Sensor
 Format   4/3, 17.4 x 13 mm (image ratio 4:3, crop factor 2.0x in comparison with FF)
 Resolution   4.9 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   100 - 3200
 File formats   JPEG, RAW

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   60" - 1/4000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 5 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   M, S, A, P, Scena
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Features
 Mount   4/3 reflex (click here to view all compatible lenses)
 Stabilization   No
 Autofocus (AF areas)   3
 Continuos shooting   3 FPS x 12 RAW
 Live View   No
 MLU/SS   Yes, Mirrok Lock Up
 Dust reduction   No
 Video mode  
 WiFi   No
 GPS   No

 Built and notes
 Touchscreen   No
 LCD   1.8", 240 x 160 pixels, fixed
 Viewfinder   Optical, coverage 100%, 0.96x
 Flash   No
 Storage   CF
 Storage, Slot 2   not available
 Battery   Li-Ion
 Weather sealing   Yes
 Weight   735 g
 Dimensions   141 x 104 x 81 mm

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avatarsenior
sent on March 11, 2021

Pros: Un peer-level ergonomics, analog simplicity, uniquely colored Kodak CCD sensor, Jpeg otiimo, good viewfinder, sweatshirt shot, usable AF, tropicalized, battery life

Cons: It has CF cards, doesn't have video, useless monitor, low ISO hold, has no stabilizer, only 5mpx, few AF points

Opinion: Found with less than 400 shots of a gentleman who still had all his photos on the card. I have and have had other cameras, 4/3, m4/3, Sony, Foveon, obviously all much younger than this one, but shooting with this camera is great. It is a digital camera, but it could also be used as a hammer so much is the impression of solidity with the magnesium alloy body. Ergonomics is out of date after so many years. The viewfinder is satisfactory, the shot is really delicate. The 5mpx are few but enough for normal 30x40 prints. The colors are unique, truthful, saturated. The sensor is both the weak point with its anachronistic characteristics, and the spearhead of this brilliant project with a photographic rendering that does not make you regret anything. If you are fed up with intrusive technology, you want to photograph without thoughts having an almost analog experience, your holidays, your family, .... this camera with the 14-54 and FL-40 in a shoulder strap you can face every situation even today in 2021, 18 years after its release on the market.

avatarjunior
sent on January 07, 2018

Pros: Ergonomics, color fidelity, file quality

Cons: Excessive noise over ISO 400 (but it is a reflex from 2003)

Opinion: An exceptional camera. Reflex of 2003 with unparalleled ergonomics. It mounts a CCD sensor that makes colors very true to the truth (the top for portraits and landscape). Lacks the stabilizer and the noise over ISO 400 "feels" (but we are talking about a reflex from 2003). For the rest, an exceptional camera !! rnAd today is found, used, about 120/130 euros which makes it really a bargain.

avatarsenior
sent on August 03, 2017

Pros: Unsurpassed ergonomics, tropicalization, 100% viewfinder, sweeping shot, light meter, af doing its job, possibility to use the excellent zuiko Digital lenses that are at advantageous prices as the 4/3 SLR system is dead

Cons: This camera does not have: rnDisplay adjustable high resolution, live view, video, 150 points AF, U1, U2, wi-fi, GPS, touch screen, objectives with the dock

Opinion: Recommended for those who love technology little.rnThe pleasure of pure photography, a little 'philosophy of the Nikon DF, which costs twice the other current dslr x not have everything listed in the "against". However, this is still used today at 1/10 of the price. It is clearly the sensor that makes it obsolete. With only 5 MP you can not crop, the recovery of shadows is scarce, as well as very low is also the tightness to ISO. It is therefore necessary to compose and expose well to obtain good results. The grain or noise is pleasant, vaguely reminiscent of the analog and surprisingly good is the recovery of highlights. Pleasant return colors of the Kodak sensor, then developed by Leica with the m9 and by Pentax with the 645d .. but maybe this is now .. is prehistory of the digital age.

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avatarjunior
sent on March 28, 2015

Pros: Ergonomics like a glove, each command large comfortable falls brush, shot plush and quiet, good reactivity, the viewfinder of the best for the time, without worries af in ordinary light and poor

Cons: The Live but not felt lack

Opinion: Olympus E1 write today after a decade and passes a contradiction, none the less of those machines, milestones, which you can not prescindere.rnIl look is the most out of the team, to the letter, which does not affect at all the usability Everything falls where it should. If anything it is the relationship with the machine that goes beyond the human experience and goes into territories that, for the simple fact of saying it, engenders of those smiles, touches of elbow or index at the temples: we intended. rnTuttavia, it is not so because the E1 was born for professional photos, and for a pro to slewing as an extension of your body is much more than touch a temple. We, out of metaphor, beyond the sheer maneuverability (excellent) on the borders of pure enchantment, fascination that takes nothing away, indeed, to photos and doing well. Thanks to the sensor "ancient" CCD by Kodak that under conditions of natural light returns all that is required, even though the only "five" million pixels on a format thatis half of the classic Leica or updated Full Frame. rnal respect should recover a past number of Chasseur d'Images and reread that for the same time of the "six" millions of Canon & Nikon, the resilience that the writer put on the same plane, the "small" file of E1. rnNumeri that then you have to agree. And to test proven even with a home printer Hp1220 C (another museum exhibit) a A3 + more than fair, then, imagine the file to more powerful inkjet. In short, between formal and substantial cleaning files just fine, much to offset alone in web.rnQuanto to his skills, sort vexed ques, resistance beyond the traditional 100 Iso, has experienced 800 without worries, reaching up to 3200 then converted rendered in black and white, de facto, and indistinguishable from a classic Kodak Tri-X or Ilford HP5. And if they were, the so-called file pulled, color, not bad too because the grain / noise is added value that gives, gives, thickness and flavor to the image. And withthe current capacity of the soft focus to Photoshop Lightroom and even more, far from impossible to "clean" the E1 .rnSe a limit there is that does not have the Live, of course, but at the time there was no had the Raw although the "compression" JEPG, that the 4/3 is excellently well put, output at 314 DPI (!) goes to offset the large. rnResta finally a milestone by click sweet, the viewfinder extraluminoso and comfortable for people who wear lenses. E1 taken second hand almost "untouched" carrying the first 14/54 f 2.8-3.5. Everything for taking photos and not toy with mire MTF, theological disputes about how many and which pixels are used to this and quello.rnrnrnrnLink rnrnhttp://www.wrotniak.net/photo/43/e1-rev.htmlrnhttp://biofos.com/cornucop/omz_e1.htmlrnhttp://four-thirds.org/en/fourthirds/index.htmlrnhttps://luminous-landscape.com/olympus-e-1/rnhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--vTGaHVVwwrnrnrnPs. There are times of the day that you just pick up the E1 and just turned on, the eye to the viewfinderor click to make them "stretch" the legs, to receive a feeling that with other machines to change impossible: to be the "dark side" of the force!

avatarjunior
sent on November 15, 2014

Pros: Ergonomics fabulous, simple controls, good color rendering and especially of the complexion, Kodak sensor, silent shutter, weather sealing, sturdy body, now low price, anti-dust system.

Cons: hardly usable above ISO 400 due to noise, high weight (though with battery grip), sensors alone 5mpx.

Opinion: One of the "manual" digital cameras. Extremely sturdy, well-tropical conditions, can survive without a shot being fired in a flight of four feet falling on the ground. The opposite is the strength given by the weight when used with the battery grip. The Kodak sensor offers beautiful colors and especially to his best in the flesh tones. The ergonomics are superb, fell into the hands wonderfully well, and with the battery grip is even better. Unfortunately suffers tremendamende at a higher ISO to 400. Personally, I try to only use it at ISO 100 or 200 (so obvious with long exposures, tripod and remote shutter release). The price really makes it readily accessible to all and remains constant for years. Whip the JPG respectable, perfectly usable. A car that, as he said Tonino, could easily be used by anyone who wants to "learn from below" to use a digital SLR.




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