The new M.Zuiko 12-50mm f/3.5-6.3 is the first zoom lens introduced for the Micro Four Thirds system with an electronic motor.
Camera shopping, like everything else it seems, is more complicated these days. Shopping for an interchangeable lens camera this holiday? Take your pick. DSLRs, mirrorless, EVF or LCD only, APS or Four Thirds sensor? Don't panic, chill out and check out our guide.
Exposing one of the biggest and longest-running loss-hiding arrangements in Japanese corporate history, Olympus Corporation confessed today that it had been covering up investment losses for decades, falsifying documents to cover its tracks.
The newly launched Olympus E-PM1 Pen Mini has just shipped stateside and we've got some fresh samples and impressions for you. Take a look as we take the Mini for a spin around the grounds of the 2011 US Open.
Olympus announces competitive pricing for the newly-released Pen Mini.
Olympus releases pricing for the E-PL3 Micro Four Thirds camera and the VF-3 electronic viewfinder accessory.
DCR Contributor Dragan Petric was on the scene last week when Olympus showcased its lineup of new Pen cameras in Vienna. We've already posted our review of the Olympus E-P3, but take a look at the third generation of Olympus Pens.
Olympus unveils a new trio of Digital Pen Micro Four Thirds cameras, the E-P3, E-PL3 and a new Pen Mini E-PM1. All offer a new blazing fast AF system, 1080 HD video and all of the creative control we've come to expect from the versatile Pen series.
Olympus has announced the release of two new cameras, the SZ-30MR, an ultrazoom with advanced movie recording functionality, and the TG-810, a rugged camera with some very interesting features.
As CP+ kicks off in Yokohama, Japan, Olympus unveils a new fixed focal length Micro Four Thirds M.Zuiko lens concept, stating that it is under development for launch later in the year.
Olympus unveils three new cameras today, the ultrazoom SZ-10 and the compact VR-320 and VG-110. The SZ-10 offers an 18x zoom lens and Olympus' new 3D capture technology.
Olympus announces the "Lite" E-PL1s for Japanese camera shoppers.
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