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Excellent overall performance.
Good still and video image quality.
Full complement of manual and auto controls.
Well thought out body with choice of handgrip sizes.
Loads of external controls including dual control dials.
Very fast autofocus speeds.
Built-in flash with wireless remote flash support.
Pleasing and accurate colors.
Fast autofocus speeds.
Stylish retro pedigree.
1080i60 HD video.
PASM modes for video.
Confusing menu system beyond the basics.
Weak flash output.
Only 3 frames per second continuous shooting.
Not as compact as some of its competitors.
Touchscreen is easily bumped by mistake.
High ISO performance and dynamic range not as good as APS-C rivals.
Lowest available ISO sensitivity is 200.
Low power flash.
Noisy at high ISO levels.
Wobbling effect in videos.
Screen hard to see in bright light.
Touch screen can freeze controls.
Art filters slow video frame rate.
By Shutterbug on February 14, 2012
“Never have I found the limits of the photographic potential. Every horizon, upon being reached, reveals another beckoning in the distance.”—W. Eugene Smith The half-frame 35mm Olympus Pen F was introduced in 1963 and featured none...
By Macworld on February 09, 2012
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By Photo Answers on January 26, 2012
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By The Imaging Resource on January 25, 2012
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By LetsGoDigital on December 31, 2011
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By Macworld UK on December 07, 2011
This upgrade of the E-P2 currently tops the Olympus range. The E-P3 is a camera to satiate enthusiast as much as consumer, even though its 12.3-megapixel resolution has stayed the same since 2009. While the E-PL3 has lost a flash, Olympus’...
By Digital Camera Buyer on November 02, 2011
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By ThinkDigit on November 01, 2011
For the M Zuiko 12mm f/2.0 lens the price tag of Rs. 44,995 is more than the cost of an EP3. But then, wide angle prime lenses are costly. Quality wise, it is a brilliant lens and one will find very little to complain about. The lens is great for...
By Photo Answers on October 10, 2011
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By Photo Answers on October 07, 2011
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