Olympus rolled out a new advanced amateur DSLR today with the launch of the 12.3 megapixel E-30. We have an exclusive video preview of this fresh prosumer camera.
The list of lens options for the only Micro Four Thirds camera currently on the market, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1, got a lot longer today.
We took our show on the road to check out the imaging industry's latest at the 2008 PDN PhotoPlus International Conference + Expo. Here's what we found...
In an effort to iron out one of the big wrinkles in the Four Thirds partnership, Olympus, Panasonic, and Sigma have jointly announced today a new global system for updating Four Thirds lens firmware.
It may look like a sign of the apocalypse to many, but it seems that rumors of Fujifilm's move away from the proprietary xD memory format that it's jointly supported for years with Olympus are credible.
At a press briefing this morning, Olympus unveiled its Micro Four Thirds concept camera. Fans of retro-rangefinder styling will be pleased with the results.
Olympus is talking publicly about a pair of new cameras - a new E-system model and a Micro Four Thirds product - that will be previewed as concepts this week
Olympus has taken the performance and specs of one of our favorite ultrazooms, the SP-570 UZ, and put it all in a more compact package: the Olympus SP-565 UZ.
Olympus is inviting shooters to "tap into worry-free fun" with the waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof, tap controlled Olympus Stylus 1050 SW.
The 10.1 megapixel, 3x zoom Olympus Stylus 1040 represents the slimmest - and perhaps the most stylish - Stylus ultracompact to date.
Olympus has expanded its popular, cost-conscious FE line today with the addition of the super-slim Olympus FE-360 and the 5x zoom FE-370.
It's style versus substance as these two diminutive DSLRs face off in this month's Head to Head comparison.
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