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Olympus were be big in SLRs but lost their way when autofocus came along in the 80s. The E-10 puts them firmly back on the map with a less expensive SLR than the competition. They have achieved this by making the lens fixed which covers the 35mm equivalent of 35-140mm. Currently there are no other lens attachments available so this leaves wide angle photographers wanting and another negative point is the limited top shutter speed of 1/640sec. Otherwise the camera is feature packed with a stunning 4 million pixel CCD and an easy to manage control system. It's well built and focusing is near silent making it a pleasure to use.