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The E-PL5 glides onto the scene with a bag of tricks borrowed from its big brother - a great sensor, fast AF and HD video.
Paired with the OM-D E-M5, this is the perfect go-anywhere lens. The new 17mm f/1.8 has good image quality, is easy to use and has fast AF.
The Olympus 60mm f/2.8 macro lens beckons you to photograph the world with a different point of view - crisp, clear and close up.
The Olympus Stylus 1 is thoughtfully designed and robustly constructed. It's responsive, non-threatening to subjects, and capable of generating first-rate images.
What would it take to make you give up your DSLR? It might be easier than you think. See why mirrorless might be the best way to go!
The Olympus E-PL3 promises DSLR-like images and the ability to use interchangeable lenses in a camera only slightly larger than a point-and-shoot. What's not to love? On paper the E-PL3[...]
Olympus' newest addition to the XZ line of point and shoots offers a f/1.8 fast lens and adjustable 3-inch screen. At $600, will this camera be on your list? [...]
Is Corel's new AfterShot Pro software really in the same digital photo editing league as Adobe Lightroom and Apple's Aperture?
The Olympus O-MD E-M5 is a stylish camera indeed. Decked out with retro dials and levers, it houses some decidedly modern features like a 1.44 million-dot EVF and a new[...]
The Olympus 75mm f/1.8 lens is a hefty lens with pretty amazing optics. It's not cheap, but it could be a great addition to your bag.
With excellent still image quality and good HD video capability, the Olympus E-PM2 is a great choice for an entry level compact ILC.
As with most of the Olympus cameras we test, the company is going to have to pry this one away from us. Transitioning from DSLR to mirrorless has never been[...]
Olympus announced the XZ-1 at CES earlier this year, stepping into the ring with G12 and P7000 heavyweights in the advanced compact class. Does the XZ-1's f/1.8 iZuiko lens put[...]
The waterproof, shockproof and freezeproof Olympus Stylus Tough 3000 can handle almost any adverse condition. But the toughest camera in the world won't attract much of a following if it[...]
This all-metal 17mm lens is built for Olympus Micro Four Thirds cameras, including the E-PL5. This everyday lens proves versatile, with fast focusing, and proves well for low-light situations, and[...]
Meaner, leaner, cheaper - the Olympus E-PM1 is the smallest member of the PEN family, and it manages to offer a 12.3 megapixel CMOS sensor and 1080 HD video for[...]
The latest long zoom digicam from Olympus is the 7.1 megapixel SP-510 UZ. The SP-510 UZ has a lot going for it: a 10X optical zoom, a large 2.5-inch LCD[...]
The folks at Olympus pioneered the long-zoom point-and-shoot digicam with the introduction of the 10x-zoom C2100 in 2000, and they obviously believe that size really does matter. The new Olympus[...]
The Olympus E-5 is the newest top-of-the-line DSLR that uses a Four Thirds sensor developed by Olympus. What makes the E-5 unique is the addition of a higher resolution image[...]