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CAMERA OPERATIONS

All camera operations were timed with a stopwatch -at least three times each- and then averaged, if necessary. I make no claim to having done this under "laboratory" conditions and since manufacturers' tolerances do vary from camera to camera, there may be a fraction of a second's difference here and there. But I ended up with a very sore wrist from all the button pressing so you can rest assured I was extremely diligent.


Olympus Nikon Kodak
Start-up Time from "On" To "Ready" 1 sec 9 sec 15 sec
Length Of Time PreView Screen Remains On Not applicable; SLR viewing is always available 30 seconds; a bit too short and not adjustable except for playback. Must push monitor button to turn it back on Adjustable, 1-5 min
Time from "Press" To Actual Exposure Less than 1 sec Less than 1 sec Less than 2 sec
Time For Exposed Image To Appear On PreView Screen Less than 1 sec 2 sec 4 sec
Wait Time At Best Two Compression Ratios

Before You Can Shoot The Next Picture
Super High Quality (1:2), 11 sec; High Quality (1:8), 8 sec Fine (1:4), 7 sec; Normal (1:8), 5 sec Best (1:8), 20 sec; Better (1:11), 11 sec
Flash Recycling Time (NiMH Batteries At full charge) 12 sec 10 sec 25 sec
Procedure For Image Deletion Switch to "Play," then delete Switch to "Play," then delete Delete during processing or switch to "Review" and delete
Time For Image To Appear In "Play" Or "Review" 2 sec 10 sec 2 sec
Image Delete Time 2 sec 4 sec 3 sec
Time Between Viewing Images In "Play" Or "Review" 2 sec 7 sec 1 sec

 

 

 

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