Summary: Okay, why am I reviewing a first-generation micro four thirds camera in late 2014? I must be behind the times, right? Be that as it may, this camera still bears attention. When Olympus got into the M4/3 game, they were behind Panasonic, who focused on making easy-to-use, somewhat minimalistic...
Summary: This is 2009 camera and first digital Pen camera from Olympus. I recently picked it up with 17mm f/2.8 pancake lens. I actually bought this camera for the lens and was planning to sell it. I used it and now I AM KEEPING IT. Yes, the camera is bit behind the times.
Summary: I currently have in my bag a Nikon D7000, a panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ2, a Olympus E-P1, a Canon SX50HS and a Sony DSC-HX9V. Each camera has it's purpose and the Olympus E-P1 is my dedicated sunrise/sunset camera.
Summary: I purchased this camera when it first came out, and was pleased that it was ahead of its time in maneuverability and image stabilization. I liked that it was not ostentatious, and the large screen made it so that I didn't have to hold it up to my face all the time (looking like a tourist) but could...
Olympus PEN EP-1. This camera body has breathed new life into my old 35mm film camera lenses
Amazon Customer, Amazon
26 November 2013
Summary: This camera body is exactly as described and everything I hoped it would be at the best possible price. Using Konica AR to MFT lens adapters I have attached some of the best glass ever made from my 1970s 35mm film cameras.
My first time owning a camera over $125 and I love what it can do
Robin J Kim, Amazon
12 March 2013
Summary: I don't usually spend more than $125 on a camera, but I was tired of blurry pictures (I like to take action shots and shots in the dark without using a flash). I was blessed to catch this camera body at under $300 on amazon.