Does Olympus E-500 have live view?
The Olympus E-500 is a true digital SLR design, meaning that the optical viewfinder presents a live view directly from the lens.
Can the Olympus E-500 shoot video?
The Olympus E-500 has a Video Out port for reviewing previously captured images and movies, or running slide shows from the camera. Through the Setup menu, you can set the Video Out signal to NTSC or PAL. The Olympus E-500 is powered by a rechargeable BLM-1 battery pack, and a battery and charger come with the camera.
What lens mount is Olympus E-500?
Olympus E-500 (EVOLT E-500) Overview
|Body type||Mid-size SLR|
|Lens mount||Four Thirds|
|Focal length mult.||2×|
Is Olympus E-500 a DSLR?
The E-500 is the lightest interchangeable-lens DSLR available and, with the supplied 14-45mm lens attached, one of the most comfortable to hold and operate. With its 8-megapixel, Four Thirds System CCD sensor it can capture 8-megapixel images in RAW, TIFF or JPEG format.
How do I change the shutter speed on my Olympus E-500?
While in the manual mode you adjust the aperture with the input dial (thumbwheel); the same dial will adjust the shutter speed if the exposure compensation button is held depressed.
How do I change the shutter speed on my Olympus e500?
When did the Olympus E 500 come out?
26th September 2005
The E-500 EVOLT was announced on 26th September 2005, almost exactly a year after the E-300 which was the first affordable Four Thirds System digital SLR. The E-500 features an eight megapixel Kodak 4/3 Type CCD sensor, a Four Thirds System lens mount and a more traditional pentaprism viewfinder.
What is the difference between Olympus 4:3 and Micro 4:3?
What is the Difference Between a Four Thirds Camera & a Micro Four Thirds Camera? A Micro Four Thirds camera runs very similar to a standard Four Thirds, however it is even more compact. This is due to a smaller sensor and smaller lenses.