E-P1: JPG vs processed RAW files

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Good morning!

Look how good the High-ISO images are when RAW files has been processed using Olympus Studio 2.3. Take a look here.

One more thing:
I will get my E-P1 in more or less two weeks. I will compare the E-P1 to the Nikon D700, Panasonic LX3 and analogue medium format camera. But you know my philosophy, this is just a “game” that in fact has little to do with photography. Pixel do not matter!
I choose the E-P1 for my Asian 2 months journey simply because it easy to carry with me all the tme and I need no more than two tiny lenses for my job (the 17mm 2.8 and the Voigtländer 35mm 1.4). Oh!…and feel free to send me YOUR first E-P1 picture!

P.S.: Again, so you know some good and cheap camera-lens store in Bejing? :)

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a little bit of everything…

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That video has been made with the Lumix   (14-140mm lens). Here you find the detailled description made by the videomaker.

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video1 and video2 made with the

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night-shots in Hong Kong

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And here you see the misterious Olympus E-13 ;)

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Olympus E-620 video tour in High Definition at cameralabs!

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UPDATE: CNET reviews the E-P1!

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(FT4) UPDATED: Olympus may working on an attachable electronic viewfinder for the E-P1

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In the past forumfourthirds.de were right with all their “rumors”. Now it seems the administrator of the forum got the news from Olympus themselves that they are working on an attachable EVF for the . That would be a very good move from Olympus!
UPDATE: They confirm that the the E-P1 will be available in Germany late July

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