A Micro Four Thirds civil war has broken out at e-photo-zine where they compare the E-P1 with the Panasonic GF1. These are the two most-talked-about M43rds cameras so far. ISO comparisons and pros/cons of each model are included as well.
Joe Farace has published his review of the Olympus E-P1 at Shutterbug - the website. You can also find his review in the January 2010 print edition of the magazine. The conclusions, which we won't reveal here, are on page #2.
No, not Matrix's Neo, but NeoCamera - they have posted a review of the Olympus E-P1 using their unique and colorful review format. Be sure to also check the ISO comparison page where it is squared off against the GF1 and the K-7. They also offer full-size sample pictures.
Don't you forget about me sings the Olympus E-P1! Photoxels.com has just published their review of the E-P1. ISO comparisons are on the "Image Quality" page, with more findings on the "User Experience" segment. As usual, we won't spoil the fun by revealing their findings here.
The buzz-wagon may have moved to the E-P2, however, for a number of photographers, the E-P1 is a better bang-for-the-buck option at the moment. Plus, you can't buy the E-P2 right now even if you want to. So with that as an unnecessary preface, here is the review of the Olympus E-P1 at critically acclaimed independent review site Photo Zone. Be sure to check it out!
Now it is time for the Olympus E-P1 to step into the review spotlight as Camera Labs have just posted their review. It uses their standard format, with conclusions on the "Verdict" tab where they also compare it with the GF1, E620 and also the Canon G11.
A new short photographer-priority review of the Olympus E-P1 has been posted at the Picture Soup blog. This is a nice overview of the E-P1, with the photographer's opinion on the different aspects of the camera.
Using the M-to-M43 adapter, Ervine Lin has posted his review of the Olympus E-P1 as a camera that uses Voigtlander lenses. This is a great angle to approach the camera, since we've already had plenty of "traditional" E-P1 reviews. So, if you are interested in seeing how this combo performed, be sure to check out Lin's review!
It is nice to see how cameras are perceived and evaluated from different perspectives and experience levels. And with that as a preface, here is a comparative user-review of the Olympus E-P1 and the Panasonic GF1 by Sam Weng. Cat pictures are included!