By Shane McGlaun
It used to be that the only cameras that had removable lenses were large and expensive DSLR cameras. Most people don’t want a DSLR because they are complex, bulky and heavy. To meet the needs of the consumer wanting DSLR quality photos in a much more compact camera the micro four thirds system was released.
Olympus has announced its latest micro four thirds camera called the E-P1. The camera has 12.3-megapixel resolution for DSLR quality images, in-body image stabilization, a 3-inch LCD, and a dust reduction system to keep the sensor clean.