Olympus Digital Camera E-PL3 Driver
Among the traits it inherits from its predecessor, the E-PL2, are in-camera raw conversion, a nice selection of art filters and of course Olympus' eminently Sensor size: Four Thirds ( x 13 mm). The PEN Lite E-PL3 is a Micro Four Thirds camera that's aimed at users who We tested it with an Olympus Digital mm lens, which has a. : Olympus PEN E-PL3 mm MP Mirrorless Digital Camera with CMOS Sensor and 3x Optical Zoom (Black): Point And Shoot Digital.
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Olympus Digital Camera E-PL3 Driver
The VF-2 had a flip angle eyepiece, allowing viewing from 0—90 degrees.
The 3in screen tilts, which helps a little as Olympus Digital Camera E-PL3 allows you to keep the camera closer to your body and shade it while shooting. An electronic viewfinder is an option for this camera VF-2and we'd consider buying it for use outdoors. Not being able to see the screen clearly in bright light can make it hard to tell if your intended subject is in focus.
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In this case, ours isn't. When you can see what you're shooting, you'll find that the LCD shows you exactly what will be captured to the memory card, even when you use manual mode.
This makes it a good camera to choose if you want to learn how to manually control the exposure; you will be able to see, at a glance, what the picture will look like before Olympus Digital Camera E-PL3 take it. Some cameras, such as the Panasonic LUMIX G3 don't do this; instead, they show you a nice bright picture on the LCD all the time and only once you've snapped it do you notice that the exposure was wrong.
In addition Olympus Digital Camera E-PL3 the live luminance changes that are shown, you can also keep an eye on the exposure meter in the bottom-right corner of the screen. You can also capture your photos in RAW format so that you can then edit them extensively if you completely get the exposure details wrong.
The speed of the camera felt swift during our tests, particularly shot-to-shot performance, but focusing wasn't always great when left to its own devices. The PEN Lite sits between the PEN Olympus Digital Camera E-PL3 and Olympus' flagship E-P3, offering a combination of external control points and compact-camera-like handling that may appeal to those who want high image quality in a small package, and are ready to move beyond an 'auto everything' experience.
Among the most obvious of these are the lack of a hand-grip along the front plate, the addition of a tilting While it shares a sensor and image processing engine with the Olympus Digital Camera E-PL3 E-P3, the PEN Lite has more distinct styling and better feature differentiation from the high end model than we've previously seen. In fact, the design aesthetic and reduced size of the E-PL3 point more closely to that of the Olympus XZ-1 compact camera; a none-too-subtle hint perhaps at Olympus' intended target audience. If it weren't, that is, for the fact that what is more unforgivably omitted here is the luxury of a built-in flash of the pop-up variety - a feature that the E-PL3's intended consumer audience is surely going to miss.
Instead, with the E-PL3 a separate plastic-y clip-on flash is included in the box that we can see getting lost down the back of the sofa, or simply forgotten when you head out for the day with your shiny new camera. Admittedly the flash does look quite cool when slotted into place and works effectively, but it does inevitably add to the camera's bulk. Though more positively it has gained the improved flexibility of Olympus Digital Camera E-PL3 non-fixed LCD screen, the E-PL3 also misses out the proper handgrip that has featured since Olympus Digital Camera E-PL3 E-PL1, though as with the removable grip of the E-P3 in aesthetic terms we actually think the camera looks better without it.
Its absence lends greater visual emphasis to the brushed metal faceplate and the camera's relatively svelte proportions - which we'd still trade in for having flash on board however. Better news comes from the fact that low light sensitivity has been boosted on this latest Pen, incrementally extendable from ISO to a semi pro-like ISO, Olympus Digital Camera E-PL3 on the E-P3. This is partly down, says Olympus, to the Olympus Digital Camera E-PL3 of a noise reducing Venus Engine VI processor.
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For no discernable reason Olympus Digital Camera E-PL3 also found the E-PL3 was slightly better to lock onto target in lower light when using the auto focus than our recent E-P3 sample was. From the front then, and with or without attachable flash, the E-PL3 very much looks the part and worth the outlay, exuding a cool sophistication, at least in respect of our traditional silver review sample.
Front Tilting LCD Screen Moving up to the top plate, where its predecessors featured a pop-up flash, the E-PL3 now locates a speaker, with stereo microphones flanking the adjacent vacant hotshoe. This comes with a protective plastic cover that also loops Olympus Digital Camera E-PL3 at the back to at the same time protect the accessory port against dust and other nasties.
Set into a strip to the right of the hotshoe - if viewing the camera from the back - are a dime-sized shooting mode dial, small but obvious shutter release button and, lastly, inset into the top plate, the power button. Give the latter a press and if you haven't first manually extended the bundled retractable zoom lens, an on-screen text message prompts you to do so. So Olympus Digital Camera E-PL3 ready for the first shot is a two-tier process: