Reviews and Problems with Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm 1:3.5-5.6
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30 December 2014
Summary: It's hard not to fall for the E-P1's charms. The unashamedly nostalgic design combines with true SLR quality in a remarkably pocketable package. The lack of flash and viewfinder will put some off, as will the relatively slow focus, but overall this bodes very well indeed for the new system.
Pros: Excellent resolution, tons of detail in the shots, Appealing, bright and punchy out of camera results and well optimized JPEGs, Very clever collapsible kit lens that's small, but offers decent quality, Unique retro design puts SLR quality into a compact body, Good high ISO performance up to ISO 3...
Cons: Slow focus requires a more considered approach to shooting, Some highlight clipping (and poor dynamic range at ISO 100), Low resolution screen that's hard to see in bright light, No viewfinder, No built-in flash (and the optional flash is expensive and pretty basic), Complicated menu system not t...
Excerpt: Olympus er kjent for å gå egne veier når de lager digitalkameraer. De innfører nye teknologier og nye løsninger som andre ikke har, eller som andre strever med å ta etter dem. Selv om Olympus ikke er de største innen digitalkameraer, er de blant de mer interessante, nettopp av denne grunn.