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Re: [OM] Olympus Digital vs. Nikon Digital: Warning

Subject: Re: [OM] Olympus Digital vs. Nikon Digital: Warning
From: "C.H.Ling" <chling@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 5 Nov 2000 08:29:09 +0800
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kelton Rhoads" <krho@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> I didn't stick with Olympus when it came to digital, and I may be paying
> for it now. I DO have a comment on the 990s brother, the 950--but the two
> are similar in many ways. I own the Nikon 950, and find it frustrating to
> use. (However, when it works, it works very well.) There are several
> oddities you should be aware of, if considering the Nikon, including:
> there is NO manual over-ride. If you think exposure compensation will get
> you out of this mess, think again: exposure compensation apples >>>to the
> preview image but not the final image<<<!! I've contacted Nikon support
> about this, got kicked to the highest levels of support, and heard them
> meekly admit, "yes, we've had others comment on this too. We'll get back
> to you on this." And then, of course, they never did. So, my experience
> with the 950 is that you spend an inordinate amount of time trying to
> fool the meter in a variety of creative ways. Maybe I shoulda stuck with
> Olympus, but I have no experience with Oly digital.
>

 The exposure compensation apples to both preview and final image on my
C2000. Also, the exposure accuracy is excellent for aperture preset exposure
mode. It gave me coincide result when I use external flash with a flash
meter. I can use it to replace the Polaroid for product shooting.

C.H.Ling






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