Despite some interface quirks and a slightly awkward design, the Olympus E-3 fares quite well against its midrange dSLR competition.
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Olympus' follow-up to the E-1, the E-3, provides some notable advantages over competitors, including a flip-out LCD, and a splashproof body. In its price segment, though, its 10-megapixel resolution might be a drawback for some.