We’ve just published our review of the new Olympus PEN E-P1 – a DSLR that fits in your pocket? Find out whether it lives up to the hype in our review. Update 11/07/09: We’ve also updated our sample photo gallery.
The E-P1 is the world’s smallest digital camera with changeable lens, it features the same size sensor as other Olympus Digital SLRs (meaning much better image quality with all the low-noise benefits of a DSLR), but with a camera body and lens size much more in like with a compact point and shoot. It is available with a 17mm lens (34mm equivalent, with viewfinder £749), and 14-42mm 3x zoom lens (28 – 84mm equivalent, £699). It’s also available with both lenses for £849 for the 14-42mm Black & 17mm Silver Pancake Lenses & VF-1 External Optical View Finder Kit with Silver body. The camera features dust reduction, a 12.3 megapixel live view sensor, 720p video recording (1280×720) with stereo sound and HDMI out, anti-shake sensor, 3″ screen, 3fps shooting, SDHC support, and ISO100 – 6400.
Read more Olympus E-P1 Reviews: Kennysia, T3, Steves-Digicams, Engadget.com, Information, Previews: Serious Compacts London Launch, Olympus Press Release, Olympus Product Page, Hamburg Press Release (DPNow), Previews: JessopsTV, DPReview, LetsGoDigital, DCResource, Four Thirds Photo, Imaging Resource, MacWorld, Digital Camera HQ, Edmond Terakopian, Sample Photos: Photography BLOG, Sample Videos: Youtube, DPReview