Olympus Evolt E-510

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Sterling Publishing Company, 2007 - Photography - 160 pages
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Olympus has always had a reputation for its innovative, compact single-lens-reflex (SLR) camera design, and this new model lives up to its predecessors. With a 2.5-inch Live View LCD monitor, 10-megapixel imaging sensor, and proven dust reduction system for clear, spot-free photographs, the EVOLT E-510 will be a major contender—and this Magic Lantern Guide is the place to go to learn how to use all its fabulous features of this major digital SLR contender. Photographers will find out how they can compose shots from a variety of angles other consumer digital SLR’s can’t match; how to make the most of the camera’s capability to capture crisp, high-resolution images; and how get the most blur-free pictures possible thanks to the EVOLT E-510’s mechanical image stabilization.
 

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Contents

Olympus Reinvents Digital Photography
13
Understanding Features and Functions
25
Menus Overview
32
Image Sensor
42
Image Stabilization
43
File Formats and White Balance
49
White Balance
57
Camera and LCD Menus
65
Camera Operation Modes
85
Exposure Lock
91
Lenses and Accessories
119
Working with Your Images
135
Index
158
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

David Schloss was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, studied Literature and Film, and received an MFA in poetry from the Iowa Writers' Workshop. He is a Professor of English at Miami University, and lives in Cincinnati with his wife, Kay Sloan, a novelist, and his teenaged daughter, Signe.

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