The Flash-Less and OLED Touchscreen-Less Olympus E-PL3 Will Cost $700

I crave the flagship E-P3 like I've never craved a micro four thirds before, but at $900/£800 I fear it's something I'll have to think over very carefully. The next step down, the E-PL3, has just been priced at $700—a good two hundred notes cheaper, but is that inbuilt flash worth the extra cash? Not to mention the OLED … » 7/27/11 3:40am 7/27/11 3:40am

Canon Confirms Smaller DSLR-type Camera In The Works

In response to the growing popularity of smaller, 'mirrorless' mcameras such as the Sony NEX series and micro four-thirds cameras like the Olympus PEN, Canon has confirmed that it's going to build its own version of the small high-quality camera. Will it be a micro four thirds? Judging by what Masaya Maeda, head of the … » 7/20/10 12:00pm 7/20/10 12:00pm

Panasonic So Excited About Lumix GF1 Micro Four Thirds Camera They…

Panasonic's so excited about the yet-unannounced Lumix GF1 camera—us too—that they apparently can't help but spread the good word via advertisement on DPReview. It's not as retro-beautiful as the E-P1—and still no viewfinder—but we'll take it. [Thanks P!] » 9/01/09 6:39pm 9/01/09 6:39pm

Olympus Stop Motion E-P1 Ad Concept Is Clever (Also, Stolen)

The Olympus Pen E-P1 is a beautiful Micro Four Thirds tribute the famous Pen half-frame SLR of the 1960s, so it's only appropriate that the most distinctive part of their advertising campaign is, well, inspired by a previous work. » 7/10/09 5:40am 7/10/09 5:40am