Popular Olympus Articles for 2013
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.
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[...]
With excellent still image quality and good HD video capability, the Olympus E-PM2 is a great choice for an entry level compact ILC.
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.
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[...]
If you think you have to shell out a ton of money to create these types of photographs, think again! We used the $330 Olympus TG-2 and we are proud[...]
Want to get some great vacation pictures without the hassle of big equipment? The Olympus TG-2 might just be the perfect vacation companion.
Camera companies take note: there is a gap in the camera marketplace and we know how to fill it. It's time to create the ProMini-DSLR.
With all this new technology at her fingertips, what does the Editor of DigitalCameraReview have in her camera bag?
Amazing, fantastic, wonderful. Check out our first impressions of the Olympus OM-D E-M1 digital camera.
Olympus' newest Trailblazer, Tracie Maglosky, is achieving her dreams through hard work and dedication. Read about her journey, her gear and her work.
Check out our real world samples from the new Olympus OM-D E-M1 that was just announced today. These images were taken with the 12-50mm kit lens.
Shocking! The TG-2 has 12MP, a great lens and tons of expandability. Dive into this preview and find out why we think we are going to love this camera.
Today Olympus unveils the SZ-15. Very similar to its big brother the SZ-16, it has a 24x zoom and a 16 megapixel sensor.
Today Olympus announced the addition of the E-P5 to their current lineup of Pen cameras. It has a great feature set, but lacks a built-in viewfinder.
DSLR Image Quality meets the portability of a compact. It sports a constant f2.8 zoom lens, Wi-Fi and a built-In EVF.
The Olympus SH-50MR is a 16 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor with a 24x zoom that can be digitally expanded to 48x. It also has a 3 inch touch screen.
The XZ-10 Stylus offers a 12 MP backlit CMOS sensor, 5x zoom, f1.8-2.7 apertures, and Olympus' stellar image stabilization system and fast AF.
Say goodbye to the V-series cameras by Olympus.