Olympus E-510 has a Four Thirds lens mount and currently there are 47 native lenses available for this mount. E-510 also has a sensor based image stabilization system which means that all of these lenses will be stabilized when used on E-510.Should I buy the Olympus E-510?
This will undoubtedly cause howls of mocking laughter on various forums, mainly from Nikon D80 owners, but to be honest if you’re used to a one-dial system it’s really not a problem. The E-510 incorporates Olympus’s CCD-shift image stabilisation system, which is extremely effective.What is the Olympus EVOLT E-510 digital SLR camera?
The Olympus EVOLT E-510 digital SLR is a great camera to help you evolve as a photographer. Only Olympus digital SLRs are engineered to be 100-percent digital. Simply put, this means your pictures will have stunning edge-to-edge sharpness that cant be beat.Who is the Nikon E-510 aimed at?
In terms of design, specification and price (£599 with the 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 ED kit lens), the E-510 is aimed instead at the semi-pro or advanced hobbyist, competing with the likes of the Canon EOS 30D (£649 with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6), the Nikon D80 (£672 with AF-S DX 18-70mm) and the Pentax K10D (£499 with SMC DA 18-55mm).