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Comparison Chart
 
exposure stuff ZX-M FM-10/ FE-10 OM2000
Ap (aperture-priority, you set aper., the camera sets shutter for you)
    Y
(FE has it) .
Exposure Compensation
(+-3ev in 1/2 stops increasment)
(you don't need exposure compensation if you don't have Ap, Tv) ... FE-10 has Exp. Compensation. (+-2ev in 1/3 stops) .
Metering Modes 2-segment with 'A' or newer lenses; 

Center-weighted with 'M' or older lenses

Center-weighted Center-weighted; 

Spot-meter (2% of the frame.)

Metering Range 1~21 EV 2~19 (FE-10: 2~18) 2~19 (50mm 1.4 at ISO 100)
Exposure Lock
    Y
(FE-10 has it) .
shutter stuff Need battery to take pictures Batteryless operation, only meter need batteries. Batteryless operation, only meter need batteries.
Tv (shutter priority, you set shutter speed, camera set aperture for you)
    Y
. .
P (program mode, camera sets aperture and shutter for you.)
    Y
. .
Shutter range B, 30- 1/2000 second (stepless) B, 1-1/2000 second B, 1- 1/2000 second
flash and other features
Sync. 1/100 second 1/125 second; (1/90 in FE) 1/125 second
Hot Shoe Contact plus flash ready and flash recycling; no TTL Single Contact; no TTL Single Contact; no TTL
ISO (film speed setting) manual: 6~6400; 

DX (auto): 25~5000

manual: 25~3200 manual: 25~3200
DOF (depth-of-field preview, dof = in-focus area)
    Y
    Y
    Y
Self-timer 12 seconds 10 seconds 10 seconds
Multiple-exposure .
    Y
    Y
Viewfinder Split-image/ microprism;

0.77X (with 50mm 1.7 at infinity);

92% of the frame;

brightness lost 1.7 stops

Split-image/ microprism;

0.84X (with 50mm at infinity);

92% of the frame;

Split-image/ microprism;

0.94X 

86% of the frame;

brightness lost 1.9 stops

Size 135 *90.5 *55mm 139 *86 *53mm 140 *87 *53mm
Weight 305g 420g 434g (with batteries)
Batteriy Two CR2 (lithium 3V) Two SR44 or LR44 Two EXP-76 button cells
film handling Auto, up to 2 frame/second Manual Manual

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(note: I try to keep it as dumb as possible. You don't need the chart if you has SLR purchase experience anyway.)