Olympus E-420 DSLR: Smaller, Lighter, Cheaper

In case you were worried that digital SLRs would remain priced higher than point-and-shoots, Olympus is breaking down the $500 barrier with its, well, $499.99 E-420. (Kinda makes you feel like sparkin' a doobie, don't it?) Sure, it'll cost you an extra hundred to get a 14-42mm starter lens, but this is the beginning… » 3/05/08 12:00am 3/05/08 12:00am

Olympus Evolt E-410 Unboxed and Well Fondled (Verdict: Quite Nice, but Nikon D40 is Nicer)

If you don't know about the E-410, it's a 10-megapixel digital SLR packed into a remarkably slim body, selling for an impressively low price ($700 for body only, $800 for one lens, $900 including two lenses). The value proposition increases when you consider it includes Live View—the ability to get a video preview… » 5/07/07 3:40pm 5/07/07 3:40pm

Olympus EVolt E410 and E510 DSLRs Now at 10MP, Both With Live View

Olympus updates its EVolt series of DSLRs, introducing the EVolt E-410 and EVolt E-510 digital SLRs that add a couple of enhanced capabilities. The megapixelidge is raised from the 8MP of the earlier E-400 and E-500 cameras to 10MP. Sensor technology has been beefed up, too, with Olympus claiming its TruePic III Turbo… » 3/05/07 12:00am 3/05/07 12:00am