Olympus OM-D E-M1 review: will this new Olympus compact system camera appeal to both Micro Four Thirds and Four Thirds users? Find out in our review video.
Nikon and Olympus have confirmed their attendance for the debut of The Photography Show, the major new photo event launched by Digital Camera World’s parent Future Publishing.
Olympus PEN E-P5 Review: the new 16-megapixel Olympus E-P5 offers a sleek retro body design, built-in Wi-Fi and the same sensor as the OM-D. But how does it perform? Find out in our E-P5 video review.
The new 16-megapixel Olympus E-P5 offers a quality retro body design with a 1/8000sec shutter speed, a built-in WiFi and the same sensor as the OM-D. The Olympus E-P5 price tag will be €999 body only.
Olympus is offering £150 savings on its popular flagship camera the OM-D E-M5 to Digital Camera World readers this Easter.
Olympus launched the PEN Mini E-PM2 and the PEN Lite E-PL5 at Photokina 2012. Both PEN cameras share a lot of similarities, most notably the same 16.1 million pixel sensor and TruePic VI processor that have been taken from the highly acclaimed Olympus OM-D M5.
In her Olympus E-PM2 review video, Amy Davies of our testing team investigates what this new PEN camera has to offer.
The new Olympus XZ-10 announced today joins the XZ-2 in Olympus’s range of premium compact cameras, but is 40% smaller than its sibling and offers the same f/1.8 lens. In our hands-on Olympus XZ-10 preview video, Amy Davies of our testing teams runs through the Olympus XZ-10 key specs and features.
Looking to buy a camera but overwhelmed by all the choice? Our expert guide on how to buy a camera reveals 5 crucial DSLR tips covering sensors, pixels, shooting modes, interfaces and everything else you need to know when buying a camera.
The Olympus PEN E-PL5 shares the same 16.1-megapixel sensor as the Olympus OM-D. Amy Davies of our testing team investigates whether the similarities end there, or if this new PEN camera is in fact the best PEN camera on the market. Watch her Olympus E-PL5 review video to see how it fared.
When Michael Woodford became the President and CEO of Olympus in 2011, he was the first westerner ever to climb the ranks of one of Japan’s corporate giants, but within months of his appointment he had uncovered a $1.7 billion accounting fraud…