October 27, 2016 by Brian
Great carry-around camera!
I use this camera every day in NYC. I just put it in my coat pocket with it's M.ZUIKO ED 14-42MM F3.5-5.6 EZ and I'm ready for whatever comes my way. Earlier this year I took it with me on a trip to Ireland, opting to not take my E-M1 as I was interested in traveling light. The camera and lens did not fail me. I love it, when I'm not using me E-M1. I always pull the screen out 90 degrees and shoot from the waist and have not missed using a EVF at all.
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October 18, 2016 by Ronald
Impressive
Photography is a hobby to me, and since buying the Pen E-pl7, the hobby just got more enjoyable. Ease of operation was the most impressive feature to me and the Art menu, love it.
October 1, 2016 by Richard
A big upgrade from the E-PL5
I upgraded from an E-PL5 to an E-PL7, and I couldn't be happier with the new camera. Some of the things I like about the E-PL7 compared to the E-PL5 include: - 3-axis IBIS is far more effective than the 2-axis IBIS in the E-PL5. - 0-second anti-shock to counteract shutter shock. - The control dial is around the shutter, where it is easy to use, not on the back as on the E-PL5 where it was more difficult to use and I was always accidentally rubbing it with my hand. - The menu button is moved away from the bottom right corner where I was also always accidentally pressing it. - The mode dial is stiffer, so it doesn't accidentally change to something silly like iAuto if it gets bumped putting it into a bag. - The LCD screen is a larger 3:2 aspect ratio and higher-resolution. - When using the touch focus feature, there is now a button to exit touch focus mode so I can use the buttons on the 4-way controller (e.g. exposure compensation). - Focus peaking is available when manually focusing (unfortunately, the only colour options are white and black). I was concerned the grip on the E-PL7 wouldn't be as good as the optional MCG-2 grip that I had on the E-PL5, and although it isn't quite as good, for my purposes it is good enough (and that's with the somewhat large/heavy 12-40 Pro zoom on the camera).
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September 22, 2016 by Harry
Nice addition to the series, with a couple of caveats
Actually smaller than my Pen E-P3, but adds new screen and Wi-Fi. Grip is satisfactory, battery cover is very flimsy. Not at all like the other Olympus cameras I've owned. I do like the metallic body and lens mount. Image quality, like all the Pen series, is stunning. I would have preferred a built-in flash, but understand why it may not have been possible. I sometimes use a EVF, and can't add the flash supplied as well. Otherwise, without these 2 small flaws, the camera would rate a solid 5 stars, for value and performance.
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September 10, 2016 by Sooz
EPL-7 all the way!
I love capturing every day moments but am new to photography. My best friend actually recommended the E-PL7 to me. I instantly fell in love with the vintage look and after doing research knew that I had to have it. It's a great compact size and takes amazing photos. It's been my trusty companion this summer for all of my hikes and trips.
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