Trade offs for sure, and the 14-42 kit lens won't win any awards
K. Ambrose, Amazon
16 July 2012
Summary: I have been taking photographs with film SLRs and rangefinders using both full manual control and "program" modes for about 30 years, and I have also owned and used two digital cameras- a Nikon 950 and now this Olympus. Overall, I am disappointed in the EP-2.
Summary: great, compact camera with total manual options. the only problem is... the flash and the eyepiece (purchase separately) both go in the hotshoe! which means you can't use them at the same time, which is a pretty huge drawback in my opinion.
Summary: This one has very good specifications and is solidly built.. it is surprisingly fast as well. However this comes in pieces. anything you'd want to do.. add or remove a piece.. that could be so cumbersome at times.. no Inbuilt flash.. that is not acceptable.. had to return it.
Summary: I have been using E-P2 (with M.Zuiko 14-42mm and Lumix G 45-200mm lenses) for more than two months now, and still have some mixed feelings about it. I updated the firmware immediately after the purchase: body version 1.1, 14-42m lens version 1.1, and 45-200mm lens version 1.2.
Summary: I just returned my Olympus PEN e-P2 and I thought I would post a little review for others' edification. A while back, I sold my APS-C outfit (a Canon 20D with lenses) because I wanted something that I felt comfortable carrying around..
Summary: Ik wilde even aangeven dat er een aantal fouten zitten in de productbeschrijving: 1. Het aparaat weegt (ongeveer) 400 gram zonder lens en 470 gram met pancake lens. 2. Er is wel degelijk een HDMI uitgang aanwezig.