Take a look on the most top 10 cameras in Japan (Sales in September only).
You can see all four MicroFourThirds cameras made it in the top 10!
43rumors has learned that Olympus will announce at least one product on late October.
(FT4) Some of our sources believe that the next Olympus MicroFourThirds camera is going to be unveiled. The new Olympus MicroFourThirds camera will become a strong Panasonic GF1 competitor (and it will probably not become the Olympus counterpart). That means it will not have a grip, and probably have the same E-P1 design. The specs should be very close to the one seen in the . The viewfinder should be external (similar to the Panasonic DMW-LVF1E).
A E-P2 rumor summary is available here https://43rumors.com/olympus-e-p2-rumors-summary/
We still don’t know if Olympus will announce more stuff (lenses or cameras). We are working on it…
As soon as we have more info we will post it on 43rumors!
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Our friends from quesabesde compared the Panasonic GF1 with the Olympus E-P1. You can read the text in Spanish: or English (google translation). They have a lot of pictures of both camera bodies and some ISO comparisons. It is worth to read their thoughts!
If you want to see where you can buy the GF1 see the continuely updated shops table
photofocus interviewed Eli Reed (a magnum photographer which usually uses Olympus cameras.http://photofocus.com/2009/10/04/interview-with-eli-reed/
1001noisycameras shows many graphs about camera releases in 2009
Dcresource reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1!
We havn’t forgotten the Olympus include("buy/e-p1.php"); ?>! Popphoto just released their latest review: http://www.popphoto.com/Reviews/Cameras/Camera-Test-Olympus-E-P1
UPDATE: Sorry guys we posted the wrong patent link and wrong text before! Here you have the right one: http://www.google.com/patents/about?id=dwS_AAAAEBAJ&dq=Olympus+camera
This is the famous TrineCCD. Olympus designed a camera system which uses 3 CCD sensor and can archieve true color and MAYBE simultaneus HDR.
A old false leak shows the E-5(?) using Trine CCD: