Olympus FE-3010

Olympus FE-3010

The Olympus FE-3010 is a very small and lightweight digital camera. It forms part of the Olympus Simple and Easy range. These cameras have fewer features than more advanced and expensive digital cameras. The upside of this is that it makes cameras like the FE-3010 amongst the most straightforward cameras on the market.

Olympus has found room for 12 megapixels on the sensor. This gives the FE-3010 enough pixel power for very large prints or even the ability to be able to produce a print after a photo has been cropped. The 3x zoom lens is standard for an entry level camera.

You should have no problem at all slipping this camera into a pocket. It is available in black, silver and a deep pink.

Power is supplied by a rechargeable lithium ion battery. Olympus supplies both a battery and a charger in the box. Images can be stored on either xD Picture cards or micro SD cards.

Olympus FE-3010 Specification

Style Simple and Easy
Megapixels 12
Print Ratios

4:3, 16:9

File Formats JPEG
Memory Cards xD Micro SD
Zoom 3x
Focal Length Equivalent 36 – 108 mm
Shutter Speed 4 seconds – 1/2000 seconds
Aperture f3.1 – f5.9
Sensitivity ISO 100 – 1600
White Balance Settings Auto, Sunlight, Tungsten, Overcast, Flourescent 1, Flourescent 2, Flourescent 3
ExposureCompensation -2EV to +2EV (in 1/3EV steps)
Viewfinder No
LCD Screen 2.7 inches
Shooting Modes Portrait, Landscape, Night Scene, Night Scene with portrait, Sports, Indoor, Candle, Self-portrait, Sunset, Fireworks, Cuisine, Documents, Underwater Wide 1, Underwater Wide 2, Underwater Macro
Maximum Movie Resolution 640 x 480 pixels
Maximum Movie Frames Per Second 30 fps
Maximum Movie Duration To capacity of memory card
Macro Focus 5cms
Metering ESP
ManualControls None
Image Stabilisation No
Lens Converters No
Self Timer 12 seconds
Video Out (TV Playback) Yes
Computer Connection Yes
Batteries Lithium-ion Rechargeable
Dimensions 93.0 x 55.8 x 20.1mm
Weight 108g

~ by bestbooter on June 18, 2009.

One Response to “Olympus FE-3010”

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