The review party for the Olympus E-PL1 continues, this time at Trusted Reviews. The E-PL1 is getting a lot of reviews from websites that if you ask Olympus will tell you are the target audience for this type of a camera. Of course the big question now is the big T - time! Can M43rds make the most of its head start before all the traditional players launch their own mirrorless systems?
A new review is out for the Olympus E-PL1, the "mass market" of the three current E-Pens at Polish website Optycnze.pl (computer-translated). Conclusions are on page #9 of the review ("Summary") which also include the full-size sample pictures taken with the camera.
A new review is out for the Olympus E-PL1, this time it is published at Register Hardware. As usual, we won't spoil their findings here. For more reviews, be sure to click on the tags/categories below each post, or for even faster access, check the list of cameras on the left sidebar of the blog!
Another review is in for the E-PL1, this time from Photography Review approaching this from the travel-camera angle. As usual, we won't reveal their findings here, so be sure to check it out if interested.
Micro Four Thirds and especially the E-PL1 are designed to appeal to techies who want a more advanced camera than smaller-sensor compacts but don't want to carry around a DSLR. The gadget blogs represent a lot of the so-called "target audience" for the E-PL1, and one of them, Slash Gear has posted an E-PL1 review earlier this week!
Readers of tech sites and gadgets blogs are among the target audience for the new Olympus E-PL1, so E-PL1 fans will be thrilled that the camera has received another review at a "target audience" website, this time a new review at Electronista. This is not your older cousin's gadget-blog unboxing, this is a more detailed review!