Although recently introduced June 16, 2009, the Olympus E-P1 has been one of the most closely watched digital cameras in recent times. The E-P1 has a 12.3 megapixel resolution and is based on Micro Four Thirds. But, for many, the attraction is in the features that include interchangeable lenses, in-camera stabilization, advanced dust reduction, and even HD Stills and Video.
“While many will balk at the price of the thing (£699 with pancake lens – about $1100 USD), the camera has the right amount of technology to back up its worth and will no doubt tempt new users to the ‘grown-up camera’ brigade. The retro revolution starts here.”