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Although we were able to take an all-too-brief peek at Olympus' EVOLT E-520 late last month, the results weren't exactly indicative of what this thing is capable of -- you know, considering the unit in question was defective. The cats over at PhotographyBLOG managed to secure a fully functional uni

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July 30, 2008 at 3:39PM
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Hey there EVOLT E-520, we nearly forgot you ever existed! Just over a month after Olympus' latest DSLR first broke cover, one particular individual has managed to corral one from an Austrian shop and snap a few stills. Reportedly, he's planning to write up a full review, but judging by the way the

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There's certainly something to be said for the Olympus E-420, which only takes up 5.1 x 3.6 x 2.1-inches and 13.4 ounces in your bag -- but that totally 80s body style is getting tired. Would it really have killed them to update the look from the E-410 and the rest of the line? Still, it's not the

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It's tough to not get all worked up about a live LCD on a DSLR, but if you've managed to hold off until a thorough review came your way, your patience has paid off. The discerning folks over at DPReview were able to crack the whip on the E-410 EVOLT, and after the dust settled, it seemed like a pre

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No real surprise but Olympus was showing off those new DSLRs of theirs, the E-410 and E510. The live LCD thing is a trend we can certainly grow to love, but we'll be honest, the interface wasn't doing much for us, and since we're not talking about full frame DSLRs, it's often going to be more about

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It's been a while since Olympus did anything with that E-500 (although not so much with the newish E-400), but the new EVOLT E-510 (above) is sure to considered be an improvement, what with its live view LCD. On the sensor side you'll be working with 10 megapixels at up to 1600 ISO on that Fourth T

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