The Olympus E-330 is a very interesting digital SLR, interesting; because of its Live LCD view mode and the incorporation of its tilting LCD display and its rich features. Though you might wonder why Olympus introduced the E-330 as a point and shoot digital SRL... Besides the endless settings the Olympus E-330 has something unique to offer; the innovative Live View feature. It will give the photographer the perfect tool to capture that impossible shot or focus with a greater accuracy than possible with other dSLR cameras. Personally I think the more advanced photographers will immediately recognize the potential of such a feature and therefore qualify the E-330 as a semi-pro dSLR. On the other hand the amateur will get a user-friendly dSLR, entry-level operation but a camera with the potential to gain more experience in digital photography.
The twelve member websites of the DIWA Awards organisation have re-evaluated all DIWA Gold Award winners from 2005 and selected the best of the best. Nikon D50 was considered to be "Best Digital System Camera", Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FZ30 as the "Best Advanced Digital Camera", and Fujifilm FinePix F10 won the title of "Best Digital Amateur Camera" in 2005.
At PMA2006 we met Michael DeLuca, marketing manager image sensor solutions (ISS), from Kodak. We took some time to set up a Q&A session at the booth from Kodak, and asked Michael all about the image sensor industry and its developments.
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