Olympus E-PL1 Reviews
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Olympus E-PL1 14-42 mm Kit; White; 12.3 MP;4032 x 3042 pixels; 25 ...
Olympus E - PL1 14 - 42 mm Kit; White; 12.3 MP; 4032 x 3042 pixel ...
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Customer Olympus E-PL1 Reviews (1)
by - written on 10/10/12 (Very useful, 9 readings)
The product: An Olympus E-PL1 Digital PEN Camera with 14-42 mm Lens. Why I bought it: My girlfriend and I regularly take the digital camera out and about and snap pictures wherever we go. We have owned three previous pocket digital cameras and we felt that we wanted our pictures to take a step up in quality from that of the usual pocket cameras. However, as we didn't want the bulkiness (and complications) that a Digital SLR might bring so we opted for Olympus simply because they seemed to have a reputation for good PEN cameras. We have owned the camera for about a year now. The good: The camera takes great pictures. ... Read the complete review
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