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In effect, they become complete camera systems, covering a wide range of focal lengths and subject distances. The only negative comment we have about the telephoto and wide-angle adapters are that they're pretty massive for such a small host camera: We'd worry a little about the tripod socket on the camera, with all that weight mounted forward. Exposure As mentioned earlier, the two cameras Olympus D-600L different sensors, which accounts for differences not only in resolution, but in the lens focal length and exposure as well.

The x pixel sensor in the DL is physically smaller overall than the x one in the DL, which translates into an effective increase of the lens focal length. At the same time though, the Olympus D-600L elements of the DL's sensor are slightly larger, making that camera more sensitive to light.

Coupled with the relatively fast f2. Exposure control within the camera occurs by changing both the shutter speed and lens aperture.


The aperture opening is selected from among three fixed apertures of Olympus D-600L. Exact exposure is then set by varying the shutter speed over a very wide!

Olympus CAMEDIA D-600L 1.4 MP Digital SLR Camera - Black & Metallic silver (Body Only)

A self-timer allows the photographer 12 seconds to get into Olympus D-600L picture with the subjects. This is a long exposure though, well beyond most people's ability to hold the camera steady enough to render a sharp image.

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Use a tripod when it's that dark! In our view, Olympus D-600L has unfairly taken some knocks for "poor autofocus" in dim lighting, when the fault in many cases may lie with the photographer for not stabilizing the camera sufficiently. Any autoexposure system is subject to being "fooled" Olympus D-600L the subject matter, regardless of how sophisticated the exposure algorithms. Recognizing this, Olympus has provided two different forms of manual exposure override.

This is a generous amount of compensation: Manual exposure compensation of this sort is very useful for coping Olympus D-600L unusual lighting situations, such as a backlit subject increase the exposurea bright subject against a dark background decrease the exposureor bright snow or sand scenes to the contrary of what you'd naturally expect, increase the exposure a stop or two. We do have a minor complaint about how Olympus implemented the manual exposure compensation though: In order to change the default exposure, you have to access a menu on the back-panel Olympus D-600L screen, a procedure requiring a minimum of 6 button-presses.

This function is used frequently enough that we'd like to see it made more accessible. Fortunately, the spot-metering mode and exposure "lock" functions see the next paragraph eliminate the need for manual compensation in most circumstances.


On a more positive note, the DL and DL also provide both a "spot" metering mode, and an exposure lock function to improve your chances of getting the Olympus D-600L you want. Both of these functions are instantly available via the top-panel controls. Both cameras normally use a center-weighted TTL through the lens autoexposure system, but you can also select a "spot" metering mode by pressing the rightmost top-panel button. In spot mode, the exposure meter computes the exposure based only on the portion of the picture covered by the small circle in the Olympus D-600L of the viewfinder. In our testing, the spot metering worked very well in a variety of tough situations, including strong backlighting, and light subjects surrounded by dark backgrounds.

Olympus CAMEDIA D-600L - digital camera Series Specs

If you haven't had spot-metering available on a camera before, it may take a while to recognize opportunities to use it. Once Olympus D-600L get used to it though, you'll wonder how you ever got along without it! Going hand-in-hand with their spot metering mode, the DL and DL also incorporate an exposure "lock," that allows you to set the exposure for a specific portion of the picture, and then recompose your shot without losing the exposure setting. The cameras perform both their autofocus and exposure determination when the shutter button is about half-pressed, before releasing the shutter itself. Once the exposure and focus are determined, they remain locked in until the picture is taken, as long as you keep the shutter button held down half way. With the camera in spot metering mode, you can point it directly at the part of your subject you want to expose for, partially press the shutter button, then move the camera to recompose the scene, and finally Olympus D-600L the shutter button the rest of the way to actually take the shot.

Digital Cameras - Olympus DL/DL Digital Camera Review, Information, Specifications

The end result is perfect exposures, even for off-center or oddly lit subjects. Both cameras provide an automatic white-balance capability, but the DL is a little more aggressive in removing color casts than is the DL. In our incandescent-lit indoor portrait shot, you'll see that the DL leaves more of the warm cast from the lighting in the picture. Overall, we found both cameras performed very well under a wide variety of lighting conditions. Flash The DL and DL share the same flash system, and this is another area in which sensor differences between the two cameras are noticeable. Thanks to the more-sensitive sensor array in the DL, the flash on that model appears more powerful, with a maximum operating range of With its less-sensitive sensor, the DL's flash is only good out to Even this is not to be sniffed at though: The flash range of many digital point and shoot cameras stops at 10 feet or less.

At the telephoto end of their lenses' range, the smaller maximum lens aperture reduces the maximum Olympus D-600L distance to With the introduction of the DL and DL though, Olympus has substantially raised the bar for the entire category of digital point and shoot cameras.


Olympus DL. Announced Sep 10, •. 1 megapixels Announced Sep 10, Discuss in the Olympus Compact Camera Talk forum. Quick specs  Sensor size‎: ‎2/3" ( x mm).

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