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January 24, 2012

Psue

Great features

Graduating from a point and shoot camera to a more expressive camera was the reason for the purchase of my new 4/3 camera. I have been impressed with the features and expanded options.

January 22, 2012

f311

Hits the sweet spot for portability, lenses & IQ

This little camera, especially when paired with the fine 12mm f2 prime lens really is just about the perfect daily companion camera for a serious photographer.

Its been said many times and is so true... the best camera is the one you always have with you. Phone cameras equal disappointment for me when I find a truly special subject and well, my 4x5 just doesn't pack well on my daily commute. This camera fits, build quality of the body is very good, autofocus fast and IQ is very good.

One criticism, easy to find E-P3 body only purchase options would be nice as I personally prefer a quality fast prime to a slow zoom. I doubt I will never use kit lens and would have preferred to save a few bucks toward a fine lens.

January 19, 2012

Anonymous

What's Not To Like!

Great camera! Size is perfect for an interchangeable lens camera with nesar DSLR quality! Classic style always prompt comments from others.

January 16, 2012

TrumanLovesFrisbees

This is not a paid commercial...

I don't typically write reviews but I had to write this one because my PEN e-P3 exceeded my expectations--which doesn't happen very often. First, this camera is like a Faberge jewel. It is beautifully crafted with great attention to detail. Of course it would be worthless if it was only eye candy. I was expecting to have to shoot RAW files, but the out of camera JPEGS are amazing. Plus if you want to fine tune the JPEG the settings allow you two tweak them to suit your sensibility. ISO up to 1600 looks terrific and if you are in a jam the higher ISOs are more than useable. The OLED viewfinder is gorgeous. I wish my TV had as spectacular of a picture. And while I thought the touchscreen interface was a feature that I wouldn't use, it is thoughtfully configured and more importantly very responsive. Most reviews rave about the lightening fast focus...and I agree. There' s a little hunting and pecking at incredibly low light levels but manual focusing is easy and I love the manual focus assist feature. If you can't tell, I am crazy happy with my PEN E-P3. I spent months doing research and I am so glad I chose this over DSLRs. You will not be disappointed!

January 15, 2012

EP3fan

the size and the quality is a perfect combination.

January 15, 2012

Bamboo

Excellent quality, compact, light and easy to use

Camera not only works well but also looks great. Lots of comments, questions and looks from others. The quality is excellent supporting the feel of the camera. Picture quality is outstanding and consistent.

January 15, 2012

wlhead

Very fast

I love this camera. I also have an E-3 and this is every bit as capable. I didn't think I would use the art filters until I tried them in the fog at the beach at sunset. I got some amazing results. I am also amazed with the focusing. If the camera can't focus automatically, all I have to do is touch the viewing screen and it focuses on that spot and takes the picture it's great.

January 14, 2012

orison

Great Product

If you are looking for a camera that does all that a high-quality DSLR should, then look no further. The advantage to this camera, however, is its good lucks and smaller profile than a full-sized DSLR. It's handy to carry with you and looks great!

January 11, 2012

anonymous

Disappointment

I received the EP-3 camera from my wife as a Christmas present. Overall, I loved the quality of the photos it turned out although I expect the camera to be made in Japan for the price paid. Few days after Christmas, we took the camera with us on a day trip and when I tried to change the mode, the switch came off. I was shock and found out the switch was a plastic cover guess it glue to the knob...

We returned the camera after we got home that day and very disappointed about the built quality for the price.

January 09, 2012

Anonymous

I wish there was more information other than the paltry manual to instruct and educate on actually how to use the Olympus EP3. As a relative novice, the camera is not intuitive at all. I actually got a book on the EP2 to have something to go by.

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