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Olympus E-P2 review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-12-17 00:55:00
Olympus PEN E-P2 system camera review : Last summer, Olympus launched its very first Micro Four System-based camera, the PEN E-P1. Referring to the rich photo history of Olympus, the E-P1 received a true retro design. Daring indeed, and it soon turned out the system camera formed a striking combination with the design, which made the rollout of the new system an immediate success. Micro Four Thirds is in many ways the system that photo-graphers had really been waiting for. Combining the convenience of a compact camera and the quality of a DSLR, the system was destined to be a real hit.

• Read our full Olympus E-P2 review.


Olympus reviews : FE-5020


Dennis Hissink : 2009-12-09 22:02:00
Olympus reviews - FE-5020 digital compact camera : The Olympus FE-series digital compact cameras provide an alternative to the ever growing amount of camera phones for the consumer that is looking for an entry-level camera with an affordable price tag. The differences on paper between the average compact camera and a camphone are not even that big. However, in practice, and when it comes to image quality, these differences do actually show. The compact Olympus FE-5020 is equipped with a 12 megapixel CCD sensor and a 5x optical wide-angle zoom lens.

• Read our full Olympus review.


Olympus Mju 9000 review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-10-20 00:42:00
Olympus Mju 9000 review : The segment of mega zoom cameras with a compact size has always been dominated by Panasonic's TZ (Travel Zoom) series cameras. The other brands already offered a mega-zoom camera with 18x zoom and larger in their assortments, so why produce another similar camera in a compact size? However, it soon became clear that Panasonic had managed to hit the right string with its TZ-series, which finally prompted other brands, including Olympus, to come into action.

• Read our full Olympus Mju 9000 review.


Olympus DSLR review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-08-17 17:20:00
Olympus E-450 DSLR review : With the arrival of the Olympus E-450, the assortment of FourThirds DSLR cameras is enhanced once more. The Olympus E-450 is the successor to the E-420 and takes over the lead of being one of the world's most compact DSLR cameras. This fight is literally battled out over millimeters and milligrams and the competition is killing. Olympus is facing brands like Canon, Nikon, Pentax and Sony. Olympus does manage to stand out thanks to its FourThirds system, but to be honest, the differences are becoming smaller every day.

• Read our full Olympus DSLR review.


Camera review Olympus SP-590UZ


Dennis Hissink : 2009-08-16 15:01:00
Megazoom camera review Olympus SP-590UZ : At the beginning of this year, during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Olympus introduced its new range of digital compact cameras. A well-known series comprising of various models, among which the Megazoom cameras, was replaced by a new generation. The Olympus SP series is already famous for its compact size and large zoom range. Yet, Olympus still knows how to improve the camera and remain a trendsetter with the new SP-590 UZ camera.

• Read our full camera review about the Olympus SP-590 UZ.


Olympus PEN camera review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-08-15 14:00:00
Olympus PEN system camera review : It's not an SLR camera, not a compact, but a PEN. This is the name Olympus gave their latest camera model, the E-P1. And it might just be the most discussed camera lately. During the Photokina 2008, the Micro Four Thirds camera from Olympus was already a hot topic. The mock-up that was showcased reminded of earlier times, some fifty years ago. It resembled a PEN, and everyone hoped that the camera would indeed turn out to look that way. This hope was fulfilled; as Olympus, contrary to Panasonic, opted for a unique design for the Micro Four Thirds System.

• Read our full Olympus PEN camera review.


Olympus E-P1 preview


Dennis Hissink : 2009-06-16 19:15:00
Olympus E-P1 SLR camera review : It is only very rarely that I come across something that I believe will become of great importance. It is exactly this feeling that turns a cold view on technique into pure and raw emotion. And if this feeling continues, it will soon turn into daydreaming. In my case, that means dreaming about shooting my immediate surroundings with my camera to try and capture my reality in that one meaningful picture. The new Olympus addition, the E-P1, means pure emotion to me. Back to reality; the Olympus E-P1 is the long-awaited Micro Four Thirds system camera. A mock-up version was introduced during the Photokina 2008 for the first time, and now, the Olympus E-P1 has finally become reality.


Olympus E-620 review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-06-13 00:15:00
Olympus E-620 review : At the time of the Olympus E-620 introduction, it was not yet clear that this would in fact be the only new digital SLR during the PMA show. Whether or not this signifies something is yet to be discovered, although it certainly is remarkable. The Olympus E-620 looks a lot like the semi-professional Olympus E-30, which was introduced in last year's Q4. However, it is by no means merely a simple copy; saying that would really disqualify the Olympus E620. The camera's interior is newly developed, maintaining the functionalities of its big brother, the E30.

• Read our full Olympus E-620 review.


Olympus E-450 test photos


Dennis Hissink : 2009-05-19 20:05:00
Olympus E-450 photo gallery : Succeeding the introduction of the Olympus E-620, the new FourThirds DSLR entry level camera is launched. Olympus is working at full speed, and thanks to the availability of the new Olympus E-450, the assortment has grown into a beautiful series of digital SLR cameras. The Olympus E-450 is the most compact DSLR model of the Olympus stable, and is a serious contender for the title: "Most compact DSLR in the world". Despite Olympus targeting the low-end of the SLR market, the Olympus E-450 still features a wealth of handy functions. A good example is the Supersonic Wave Filter, designed by Olympus, which is an anti-dust system that effectively deals with the damaging results of dust.


Olympus photo gallery : SP-590 Ultra Zoom


Dennis Hissink : 2009-04-15 17:00:00
Olympus SP-590 UZ photo gallery : Olympus started the year bubbling with enthusiasm. In the first few weeks of January, a whole new range of compact cameras was introduced, among which is the new Olympus Megazoom: the Olympus SP-590 UZ. The Olympus Ultra Zoom cameras have been around for a few generations now, and there is always another striking feature justifying the launch of a new camera. The large zoom range is the most outstanding feature on the new Olympus SP-590. It's a lens with no less than 26x zoom, equivalent to a range of 26-676 mm. This is unsurpassed and a new record for optical zoom range. This type of range is one of the main features of a Megazoom camera. The segment is under pressure when it comes to sales prices.


Olympus E-620 Las Vegas photo gallery


Dennis Hissink : 2009-03-04 01:10:00
Olympus E-620 Las Vegas photo gallery : We've managed to get hold of the first full production Olympus E-620 DSLR camera, and we have made several sample pictures on the famous Strip in Las Vegas. The Olympus E-620 is currently the world's smallest and most light-weight DSLR with built-in image stabilization. However; it's not only the weight that makes the E620 stand out from the crowd. The camera uses techniques of the semi-professional Olympus E-30, lifting the bar for quality again. In addition to the Live MOS sensor with 12.3 Megapixels, the Olympus E620 features a handy vari-angle LCD display that can be folded in and out, which is ideal when you want to take pictures from an awkward angle. Live View provides the extra ease.


Olympus E30 review


Dennis Hissink : 2009-01-05 00:10:01
Olympus E30 digital SLR camera review : With the introduction of the Olympus E30, a pro-consumer digital SLR camera becomes available by Olympus for the first time. The camera's target group are those users who don't really care for a solid housing that withstands all weather types, yet have strong demands when it comes to the specifications. The Olympus E30 was officially mentioned for the first time during the Photokina in September of this year. At that moment, the camera still only existed in beta status, however, it was introduced worldwide very fast in November and is now actually available.

• Read our Olympus E30 review.






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