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  • #16
    Re: Battery change causes loss of date/time

    I thought I'd read something about an internal battery in the past.
    It's the image that's important, not the tools used to make it.

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    • #17
      Re: Battery change causes loss of date/time

      The motherboard of the E-3 with the Button-cell in place.




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      • #18
        Re: Battery change causes loss of date/time

        Thanks Raj.
        It is interesting to see the E-3 broken into components like that and it got me thinking...
        That Image Sensor Unit looks like it just 'plugs in', if the E-5 is the same, do you think Olympus would send me a replacement with an OM-D sensor stuck to it? I could swap them over and get me an E-7
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