Olympus today unveiled a new entry-level DSLR, which will go on sale in the US in May (Japan gets the E-620 with 12.3MP in March, Europe one month later but for a higher price). Olympus tried to incorporate the main features of the E-30 and E-520 in a small and light body.
The E-620 comes with the following features:
- 12.3MP Live MOS image sensor with sensor-shift image stabilization
- 7-point AF
- ISO sensitivity from 100 to 3,200
- TruePic III+ image processor
- wireless flash controller
- 2.7” tilt HyperCrystal III LCD with 230,000 pixels
- multi aspect ratio (16:9, 4:3, 3:2and 6:6)
- size: 130x60x94mm
- body weight: 520g
The E-620 body has an MSRP of $700 in the US, while buyers will be set back $800 for the set that contains the 14-42mm f3.5-5.6 Zuiko lens.