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Olympus Cameras have always been favourite among professional and amateur photographers. Olympus E-P3 is the new camera which lets you capture your own world with style and sophistication. The first half-frame camera by Olympus was styled by Yoshihisa Maitani and was produced in Japan. Its portability made it named as a Pen and since 1959, the Pen series are made by Olympus. Olympus features a wide range of Pen series including the Pen S, Pen D, Pen EE, Pen EM and The Pen Wide series.
However, in 2009, a digital pen; a Micro Four Thirds system also called the PEN E-P1 was introduced by Olympus. E-P2 was released in 2010 following the release of E-P1 and now Olympus E-P3 is a true masterpiece of Olympus, available in three gorgeous colors of silver, black and white at an expensive price of $899.99.
The DSLR cameras are nowadays very hot in the international markets and every digital media producing company is focusing on the creation of DSLR cameras. The DSLR stands for digital single-lens reflex camera that uses a mechanical mirror system and pentaprism to direct light from lens to an optical viewfinder on the back side of camera, this technology has proven itself to be the best for the digital photography and the results obtained from the DSLR cameras are truly different and better from the other cameras. Whenever it comes to perfect professional photography then Olympus is the name which strikes the mind of most people worldwide and this is all because of the great reputation of company for its products.
Olympus has been working with its 12MP 4/3rds camera to be launched by Christmas. The new digital SLR is going to be at the bottom of the range among the rest of E-600 others.
This production is going to be quite akin to the existing E-620 with a 12.3 MP Live MOS sensor and a 2.7 inch LCD. The ability to come forth with 4/3rds of lenses will also be great. It comes with manual control and 4fps, JPEG as well as a dust removal kit. The Olympus’ ED 3x kit comes with an incredible zoom lens. There are also few filters coming with the new camera. The Imagine Resource is all about making some major differences in the backlit buttons for night time use. The reduction in the number of art filters however makes it easier to process the differing modes.