Olympus Pen EP1, 14-42mm & 17mm lens & viewfinder,£499@Park Cameras - HotUKDeals
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less than price of the lenses and viewfinder alone!

RRP £849.99
Save £350.00

*Small & stylish design
*Extremely small and light-weight Micro Four Thirds system
*Stylish design with metal finish

*DSLR image quality
*12.3 Megapixel Live MOS sensor
*Built-in I.S. with max. 4 EV steps efficiency
*TruePic V image processor
*Easy operation

*New developed GUI for easiest operation via Live Control
*Automatic recognition of common scenes possible with i-Auto
*Two dials for easy handling
*Creativity & HD Movie
*HD Movie with stereo sound featuring depth of field and Art Filters
*Art Filters, Multi-Aspect ratios, Multi Exposure function
*Art Filters can be applied to previously taken RAW images in the camera and with Olympus software
*Enhanced creativity with special lenses e.g. fisheye is available via the Four Thirds lens adapter



Dpreview Highly Reccomended: (since then AF speed increased after firmware update):
http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/olympusep1/

EISA Award: Best Product 2009/2010
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#1
You can get the camera on it's own with standard zoom for around £250. I don't think the 17mm lens is worth the extra.
#2
pet2000
You can get the camera on it's own with standard zoom for around £250. I don't think the 17mm lens is worth the extra.


were from
#3
pet2000
You can get the camera on it's own with standard zoom for around £250. I don't think the 17mm lens is worth the extra.

£329 is the cheapest I could find(at dixons or Park Cameras itself),and viewfinder +pancake lens is worth more than £170...
#4
I was looking for a new camera as downgrade from the excellent canon 5d mk2 i've just sold, I know the 50d which is also very good, or i was thinking about one of these. only thing that corns me, is will i be satisfied with the image quality of these small cameras, i already know who the 50d preforms, but would like the 7d which would not be much of an down geade from 5d mk2 price wise, so 50d or pana GF1 or one of these.. looking comments from users of these and DLSRs whom own or have owned both
#5
I've moved from a Nikon D50 to a Panasonic GH1 and I'm more than happy. And the fact that I can shoot excellent HD video with nice shallow DOF is an added bonus (seeing a comparison to a RED Pro camera swung it for me). I chose the GH1 over the GF1 primarily for the video. The really nice thing about m4/3 is that you can use adapters to use pretty much any lens you own though you they become double the focal length. I can even attach an old Konica Hexanon lens I have from when I was a kid.

Edited By: pjk on Sep 13, 2010 18:35: clarification
#6
tigger80
I was looking for a new camera as downgrade from the excellent canon 5d mk2 i've just sold, I know the 50d which is also very good, or i was thinking about one of these. only thing that corns me, is will i be satisfied with the image quality of these small cameras, i already know who the 50d preforms, but would like the 7d which would not be much of an down geade from 5d mk2 price wise, so 50d or pana GF1 or one of these.. looking comments from users of these and DLSRs whom own or have owned both


try use this comparison pictures of different cameras at different ISO at:
http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/panasonicdmcg10/page3.asp

Results are very good!
#7
pjk
I've moved from a Nikon D50 to a Panasonic GH1 and I'm more than happy. And the fact that I can shoot excellent HD video with nice shallow DOF is an added bonus (seeing a comparison to a RED Pro camera swung it for me). I chose the GH1 over the GF1 primarily for the video. The really nice thing about m4/3 is that you can use adapters to use pretty much any lens you own though you they become double the focal length. I can even attach an old Konica Hexanon lens I have from when I was a kid.


Wow £800 quid. Might as well get the canon 550 dslr for less than this

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