May 152013
 
Camera Opinion: Olympus Pen E-P5 Preview

According to Olympus, their newly announced mirrorless E-P5 is an homage to the PEN F which was one of the milestones for the company 50 years ago. Back then the PEN F happened to be one of the smallest portable film cameras with interchangeable lenses and quite affordable compared to bulkier SLR systems at the time. The E-P5 wants to follow in the footsteps of its great ancestor offering the latest digital camera technology in a retro-design lightweight all-metal body. Indeed, Olympus takes pride in proclaiming the “best-ever image quality achieved by a PEN“. These are some of the basic specs: seamless full-metal body design with no visible screws 16MP CMOS sensor (same as E-M5) 2 x 2 Dial Control system with 2 metal dials […]

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