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Author: Frank Späth
ISBN: 3925334718
Publisher Point of Sale Verlag (2005)
Language German
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Diese und viele weitere Fragen beantwortet Autor Späth in seinem Buch über das Olympus E-System, in dem er erstmals auch Profifotografen zu Wort und zu "Bild" kommen lässt. Format Hardback 207 pages.

It was the second camera (after the Olympus E-1) to use the Four Thirds System, and the first intended for the consumer market. The camera's appearance was unique, as it lacked the ubiquitous SLR pentaprism "hump".

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Olympus E-300 - Das Praxisbuch von Frank Späth.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Writer-artist Frank Miller and colorist Lynn Varley retell the battle of Thermopylae in the exciting and moving graphic novel 300. They focus on King Leonidas, the young foot soldier Stelios, and the storyteller Dilios to highlight the Spartans' awe-inspiring toughness and valor. Miller and Varley's art is terrific, as always; the combat scenes are especially powerful.

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The E-300 ('EVOLT' in North America) became the second ever Four Thirds System digital SLR when it was announced by Olympus at Photokina 2004. The viewfinder uses four mirrors instead of a prism, its sideways swinging mirror lends to the camera's flat-top profile. Instead of the image from the lens being directed upwards to the viewfinder prism it is directed rightwards and then up to the viewfinder which is offset from the lens axis.