Olympus E-P3 Digital Camera Review
Does this retro-looking camera have the performance to match its style? Read on to find out.
The Olympus E-P3 is the latest flagship Micro Four Thirds camera from Olympus and brings a number of new features to the table: a touch-enabled 610k-dot resolution OLED screen, an interchangeable grip, a lightning-quick contrast autofocus system, a new built-in flash, and the same retro styling we've come to know and love from Olympus E-P cameras. It still uses a slightly outdated 12-megapixel Live MOS image sensor, though, which leaves questions about its performance compared to the rest of the 2011 compact system market.
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