The E-10 has a feature that makes it particularly well suited to 'high ISO'
setting shooting. The imaging chip is heat sinked to the camera's aluminum
frame, so that heat build-up and 'dark noise' is minimized compared to the
competition - particularly so with prolonged use. Coupled with the fast
lens, there may be no digital camera available now so well suited to
You can get the details here:
> > Do you know what "film speeds" it shoots at, and what image quality is
> > like at the fast end?
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