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Old Feb 8, 2008, 5:44 PM   #31
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You can find a spreadsheet here for your setup http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/re...excel&qf=m
Excellent spreadsheet (unless you use a Mac, I suppose).

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Old Feb 9, 2008, 12:26 PM   #32
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Latest version of Wrotniak's review (the "nearly complete" version) http://www.wrotniak.net/photo/oly-e/e3-rev.html

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Jorgen,
........thanks for posting the link to his the newest article/review.

Because I started this thread I had intended to watch for his update everyday, but have been spending all my time building a new computer for the past week along with some other 'computer' STUFF.

I am just now about to get my desk reorganized but must get a new version of PhotoShop to play on the MSFT/VISTA OS. I got my 22" widescreen monitor though so things are getting some better for handling data from the E3.
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Hi Jorgen

Thanks for pointing out teh update - its very good possibly one of the best so far.


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Latest version of Wrotniak's review (the "nearly complete" version) http://www.wrotniak.net/photo/oly-e/e3-rev.html
For those of you wondering about which speed CF card to buy, Andrzej has a test of a few write speeds in this review - do a find in your browser on "Writing speed". He notes that the speeds are the same on the E3 as on the 510, and that there is a negligible difference between the SanDisk Extreme III and the Extreme IV.

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For those of you wondering about which speed CF card to buy, Andrzej has a test of a few write speeds in this review - do a find in your browser on "Writing speed". He notes that the speeds are the same on the E3 as on the 510, and that there is a negligible difference between the SanDisk Extreme III and the Extreme IV.

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Another interesting issue he mentions, that I wasn't aware of, is:

"An important, and often overlooked, fact is that what camera shows as image review is not the full picture "as saved". Instead, a separate "proxy image" is stored as a part of the EXIF data in the image file. That proxy image is 1600×1200 pixels, a 410 kB JPEG — a high compression ratio of 1:14. This means that at a 5× magnification the 320×240 display shows already all detail available for preview (plus any compression artifacts, easily visible at a glance), and magnifications above that do not really add anything, thus not really helping in a better evaluation of the viewed picture."

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