April 21, 2012 by NdaAir
Quality, flexibility in ergonomic package
Purchased E-P3 with 17mm, 14-42mm, 40-150mm w/ UV and Polarized filters. I have moved from using fully automatic to fully manual over the past 9 months. The navigation screens and control buttons make the transition easy to do. The image stabilization w/ the zoom works great.
April 11, 2012 by CarnyGirl
LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS CAMERA
I love this camera. I haven't put it down since I received it. Its user friendly and I love experimenting with all the scene modes and special effects. Its such a fun camera. The picture quality is top notch & the overall quality of the camera is superb.
April 11, 2012 by Anon
Good combination of characteristics
After dumbing down its digitals, Olympus has returned to its complete control system and RAW recording in a compact package with interchangeable lenses. This replaces 35 and 645 cameras for my work, some technical, some artistic, with largest print size 13 x 19. I like the ability to select the area of the image for autofocus. For outdoor work, I wear a wide-brimmed, black, sun hat to shade the image of my face that also appears on the screen.
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April 3, 2012 by Veggie Guy
This is a straight forward camera from every aspect. Takes amazingly good pictures and features work great. Love taking the movie pics especially which are remarkable easy to use. I took pictures this weekend at a performance at Carnegie Hall in NYC and will have something to share with family and friends.
March 15, 2012 by Diab
Good overall. Very nice design and look. However it is packed with too many options, many beyound the need of the amature photographer but are great for the experienced photographer. Lacks viewfinder. It has extremely terrible manual, and there are no eazy/clear "how to use" instructions or even something like "EP-3 for Dummies". Also, you need a magnifier to read it. Do NOT buy this camera if you are a novice and wand to make use of its full capibilities (which accounts for the relatively high price.) If you opt to regularly use the builtin "auto" options, you are better off buying one of the much chealer and excellent others.
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