Olympus Pen

Olympus Pen

The Pen series is a family of half-frame cameras made by Olympus from 1959 to the beginning of the 1980s, and from 2009. Aside from the Pen F series of half-frame SLRs, they are fixed-lens viewfinder cameras.

In 2009, Olympus introduced the PEN E-P1, a Micro Four Thirds system digital camera which the company touts as the next-generation Pen camera.

Read more about Olympus PenGeneral Context, The Pen and Pen S, The Pen D Series, The Pen EE Series, The Pen Wide, The Pen EM, The PEN F, PEN FT, PEN FV, The Pen Rapid Models, Digital PEN

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Olympus Pen - Digital PEN
... In June 2009, Olympus announced the PEN E-P1, an interchangeable lens Micro Four Thirds system digital camera which carries on in the PEN tradition ... Its external design is clearly inspired by the traditional PEN series ... In January 2010, Olympus followed up the release of the E-P1 with the E-P2 ...
Micro Four Thirds System Cameras
... As of Jun 2012, Olympus, Panasonic, Cosina/Voigtländer, Carl Zeiss AG, Jos ... The first Olympus model, Olympus PEN E-P1 was shipped in July 2009. 169 ... (multi-aspect) 14.0 mp (12.1 mp effect) EVF 1.4x mag 1.44M dots 2009-04April 3 ... Olympus PEN E-P1 43 / 13.1 mp (12.3 mp effect) N/A 2009-07July 4 ... Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 43 / 13.1 mp (12.1 ...

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