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    If u had yesterday's Sunday Times, turn to page 4, bottom left of the page. There's an offer to get the cam at $1699 with a trade-in of any camera.

    Question is, the ad states the cam to be a Professional Digital SLR. Wouldn't a DSLR be those like Nikon's D100/D1X/D1H or Canon's D30/D60/1D?

    Is my understanding is wrong? Is dpreview stating the cam to be SLR-like wrong? *scratch head*

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    it's a DSLR that doesn't allow for changing of lenses.
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    Because the E-10/20 uses a reflex mechanism, and lets you view through the lens, it's considered an SLR. SLR does not need to have interchangeable lenses.

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    ah.. ok. DSLR, no change of lens.
    thanks for clearing it up.

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    hmm...felt like getting it but when i see the pics on the review...
    pics quality very lousy leh...just like my c700........

    will rather get canon...

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    Originally posted by baiyun
    hmm...felt like getting it but when i see the pics on the review...
    pics quality very lousy leh...just like my c700........
    what review is this? E10 is supposed to be quite top-of-the-line leh... i've seen some pixs from it before, quite impressed.

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    i thought E-10 was good too. Doesn't softlite use this camera?

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    i think was from dpreview...
    from the pics see that at even low iso the noise levels seem quite bad leh...at least to my eyes....
    think if i buy i shall save for a canon d30 or d60...

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    Originally posted by maddog
    i thought E-10 was good too. Doesn't softlite use this camera?
    He says he does. The E-10 is great for studio work.

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    Originally posted by Que Lynn


    He says he does. The E-10 is great for studio work.
    how much did u get ur e-10 for?

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    Originally posted by maddog how much did u get ur e-10 for?

    got my e10 from the US a couple of months ago. 800USD, with extras like a lexar 320mb and another lexar 128, plus an olympus action bag, and free shipping. been using it to learn the ropes of non-point-n-shoot photography.

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