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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.
Olympus' newest addition to the XZ line of point and shoots offers a f/1.8 fast lens and adjustable 3-inch screen.
Unlike most electronic devices, there's no need to coddle the Olympus TG1.
The Olympus O-MD E-M5 is a stylish camera indeed.
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.
If you look at the spec sheet for the E-P3 there isn't much that sets this camera apart from every other Olympus digital PEN that came before it.
Olympus announced the XZ-1 at CES earlier this year, stepping into the ring with G12 and P7000 heavyweights in the advanced compact class.
The Olympus E-PL2 offers just a few upgrades over its EPL-1 predecessor, aside from a nice cosmetic facelift.
The Olympus E-5 is the newest top-of-the-line DSLR that uses a Four Thirds sensor developed by Olympus.
The Olympus SP-800UZ doesn't lack anything in zoom power.
The waterproof, shockproof and freezeproof Olympus Stylus Tough 3000 can handle almost any adverse condition.
The Olympus E-PL1 is the latest and most affordable digital "PEN" Micro Four Thirds camera, priced at $599 with kit lens.
The Olympus E-P2 bears a strong (and not accidental) resemblance to the old Pen F half-frame SLRs.
Olympus has been known for bringing camera concepts down to size - the original half-frame Pen, their latest Micro Four Thirds efforts, and now the Stylus 7010.
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