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.
Olympus and Panasonic have revealed details about a joint venture that has the potential to change the advanced compact camera landscape: Micro Four Thirds.
Adobe has made a candidate version of its latest Camera Raw plug-in for Photoshop available via the Adobe Labs website.
Olympus has added a new firmware version for its E-3 professional DSLR to its international support site.
The Olympus E-520 is the latest DSLR to join the manufacturer's lineup, offering some generally light upgrades to the E-510's basic platform. Even though it's not a major overhaul of the manufacturer's 500-series model, when word of the new camera's impending launch came down from Olympus, we jumped at the chance to take a pre-production E-520 out for a spin. Based on several days of shooting with the new model, we bring you a hands-on look at this brand new piece of kit from Olympus.
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