Olympus SH-1: High End Image Stabilisation in a Point and Shoot

The Olympus SH-1 seems at first like any other compact point and shoot camera with a long zoom. But it includes a signature feature usually found in the company's interchangable-lens bodies: 5-axis on-sensor image stabilisation. Read More >>

​Olympus OM-D E-M10 Review: A Classic Camera Made Adorably Small

With cameras, smaller is generally better—until you get so small that you sacrifice key features for the sake of miniaturisation. The Olympus OM-D E-M10 mirrorless camera tries to strike the right balance, and gets a lot of things right.

Olympus OM-D E-M10: The Compact Camera We've Been Waiting For

Olympus first introduced the OM-D E-M5 a few years ago to photographers that were eager for a compact interchangeable-lens camera that felt as powerful as they knew these cameras could be. Two years later we're getting a dope OM-D at a price we can actually afford. Read More >>

OLYMPUS SP-100 is a 50X Superzoom Camera With a Red Dot Sight Like a Gun

If point-and-shoot cameras have a future it's all about zoom, and Olympus just innovated the super long super zooms with a badly needed addition we didn't even know they needed: A red dot zoom like a sniper rifle. That sounds horrible and murderous, but it's really just good for killing photos. Read More >>

Nikon Df: A DSLR Monster With a Slimmed Down, Old-School Streak

Even at the top echelons of professional photography, the lumbering DSLR is becoming a bore. Smaller shooters with big camera specs are the trend, and with that mandate in mind, Nikon's releasing the Df. Read More >>

Olympus Stylus 1 Puts XZ-2 Sensor In a Palm-Sized Camera

Dressing up the XZ-2's sensor in an OM-D E-M5 like frame, the new Olympus Style 1 looks set to be an attractive, (almost!) pocketable compact camera with enough manual controls to bridge the gap between amateur and enthusiast interests. Read More >>

Olympus OM-D E-M1 Review: Robust, Utilitarian, and Wonderful

It was only a year and a half ago when Olympus showed that a small, stylish camera with no mirror and a little sensor could hang in the big leagues. Many photographers instantly fell in love with the OM-D E-M5. Now, with the E-M1, nearly every bar has been raised for even the most demanding shooters out there. Read More >>

Olympus OM-D E-M1 Hands-On: So Hot, You Won't Believe It's Mirrorless

The new mirrorless OM-D EM-1 is so much camera you won't believe its mirroress. Or how small it is. In fact, it's the successor to the 2010 E-5, the last Olympus camera that actually had a mirror box inside. I just shot with amongst the first production samples in the world at a launch event in New York, and I can safely say that almost no one needs a DSLR anymore. This camera is a serious business photography machine. Read More >>

Olympus Pen E-P5: A Retro-Styled Mirrorless Camera Made Amazing

Olympus has been teetering on the edge of nailing mirrorless camera design for years. In fact, many would argue that last year's retro-fantastic OM-D E-M5 bordered on perfection. Aesthetes fell in love with its looks at the same time that real, serious photographers were amazed at its spectacular image quality. Read More >>

Rumoured First Picture of Olympus E-P5 Continues Vintage Design Trend

The very first picture of what is purported to be Olympus's upcoming E-P5 mirrorless camera has surfaced, and has more of the retro touches we have come to expect know and love. Read More >>

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Olympus E-PL5 Review: Top-Notch Guts in an Awkward Body

Olympus has seen great success in the mirrorless camera world with its PEN series. The line's latest iteration is the E-PL5, a micro 4/3 camera that shares a few details with its more expensive brother, the OMD-EM5. It shoots beautifully—so what's the catch? Read More >>

Olympus PEN E-PL5: Touchscreens Make Micro-Four Thirds Better

Last year's Olympus micro four thirds cameras were very good. Well, now Olympus is bringing touchscreens to two of the cameras from the line that should make them easier to use than ever. Read More >>

Are These Olympus' Latest Micro Four-Thirds Cameras?

According to 43Rumors, the cameras pictured above are the Olympus E-PL5 and E-PM2, which would serve as the successors to Olympus' diminutive, entry-level Micro Four-Thirds shooters, the E-PL3 and E-PM1. Read More >>

Pac-Man Ghost Salt and Pepper Pots Are Your Retro-Kitchen-Essentials Deals of the Day

Take a look at your dinner table. Pretty mundane isn't it? Sure, there are knives, forks, spoons, and a few plates and that – but is there anything to remind you of vintage arcade game Pac-Man? No, no there isn't. Read More >>

Olympus's New 40X Superzoom Camera Will Let You Snap Long Distance Myspace Poses to Your Heart's Content

Maybe you're trying to creepily snap spy shots of someone across the street. Or maybe you're unhealthily obsessed with photographing planes in flight. Either way, the measly 3X zoom on your point-and-shoot might not be enough. Maybe Olympus' latest superzoom, with 40X optical zoom and 1080p video capabilities, will suit you better. Read More >>

Olympus's Google Glasses Competitor Is Really Nothing Like Google Glasses

If you thought Google Glasses looked bad, Olympus's augmented reality specs will make you want to drop dead. The company today announced an awkward, wearable display prototype called Meg 4.0, although it's nothing like Google's version. Read More >>


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