I hereby retract, refute and repudiate my assertion of yesterday that the E-330
felt like a "lightweight." That was a totally erroneous first misimpression.
Once the battery was in and a lens on, I realized that the E-330, except for
being a bit smaller, feels substantially like the E-1 in terms of substance and
solidity. I have apologized to it for my slander, and I ask that y'all try to
forget I said it.
So far, I'm impressed. Still making all the proper settings changes, even
referring to the manual when all else fails. Only two minor gripes at this
time: (1) No PC connection. I may never need one, and it's something easily
cured with a $10 doo-dad. Really nit-picky on my part. (2) Only one
wheelie-dealie to make adjustments. I've gotten used to the two on the E-1 and
find myself using the front one more. Not a big deal. I can adjust.
I'll say no more until I've had at least the better part of a week to put some
miles on it. Just didn't want to leave the false impression that it was
"cheap" or anything.
"Anything more than 500 yards from
the car just isn't photogenic." --
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