e-pl1

  • Do Not Swallow: Olympus Releases Tiny E-PL Promotional Cameras

    No, you cannot take pictures with these tiny E-PL1 and E-PL2 cameras, but you can, feasibly, buy one and carry it around on your keys. Sadly, you can’t take pictures with these tiny, removable-lens cameras, although that would be amazagasmic. And remember: “It’s love, It’s a pen.” Read More

  • Olympus E-PL2 Appears In The Rumorsphere

    Olympus E-PL2 Appears In The Rumorsphere

    This is kind of exciting but also not: the Olympus E-PL2 appeared in the camera rumornet but it’s not a major upgrade – at least so far – from the E-PL1. Improved features include a new “PENPAL” Bluetooth module that connects to the hotshoe and a new filter called “Dramatic Tone.” Sadly, it has the same good sensor but the size and shape are… Read More

  • Amazon is ready to take your Olympus E-PL1 pre-orders

    Amazon is ready to take your Olympus E-PL1 pre-orders

    The Olympus E-PL1 budget micro four thirds camera launched last week but Amazon already has it available for pre-order. On one hand this pre-order will ensure you’re one of the first kids at school with the new toy, but that’s not going to be until next month away so you may wanna hold on to your $600 a bit longer. Something a bit more tantalizing might come along. Read More

  • The Olympus E-P2 vs the E-PL1

    The Olympus E-P2 vs the E-PL1

    Olympus just took the wraps off its new $600 E-PL1 micro four thirds camera the other day and your main question is still probably what’s the difference between the new model and the previously-announced E-P2. At least that was our primary question. There is a $500 price difference after all. So here you go, the main differences. Read More

  • First official hands-on with the Olympus PEN E-PL1: Really, really nice

    First official hands-on with the Olympus PEN E-PL1: Really, really nice

    After a series of leaks brought us the news of the E-PL1 early we were concerned that the new member of Olympus’ PEN family would be a clunker. We were wrong. This new model looks “cheaper” than the EP-1 and EP-2 simply because it is clad in aluminum up front and polycarbonate in the back. This makes the camera considerably lighter than its predecessors. We saw the grey… Read More

  • The Olympus PEN E-PL1 finds a damaged Internet tube, leaks everywhere

    The Olympus PEN E-PL1 finds a damaged Internet tube, leaks everywhere

    Hello, beautiful. The Olympus PEN E-PL1 isn’t supposed to be¬†official¬†until tomorrow, but that didn’t stop good ol’d Engadget from posting the full press release along with all of the product shots early. Well done, boys. And PR agencies are afraid we’re going to break their embargoes because of Arrington’s rant. (we don’t, btw) But anyway, back to the… Read More