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We've already heard a few rumors about Olympus's supposed E-3 successor, the E-5, and the folks at 4/3 Rumors have now turned up another pair of leaks ahead of the DSLR's expected launch later this month. That includes a teaser that seemingly confirms that the camera will be announced on September

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September 9, 2010 at 5:41PM
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As seems to be the case with most new DSLRs these days (regardless of manufacturer), there was quite a bit of buzz behind the E-3. On paper, Olympus' latest big boy was fairly impressive, but we all know it's the real-world results that matter. Thankfully, the kind folks over at PhotographyBLOG gra

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Yeah, we've been hearing about this one for quite some time, but just as expected Olympus is making its mid-range E-3 DSLR official. Starting at $1,700, you get: 10 megapixel sensor 2.5-inch 230k pixel live view display \"World's fastest autofocus\" with 11-point biaxial AF system Im

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If it feels like we've been here before, you're not losing it. However, it sounds like Olympus' much-anticipated E-1 followup may be (finally) arriving sooner rather than later. DPReview has reportedly \"received official word\" that Olympus will be launching the E-1's successor -- currently codenamed

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Remember the unnamed Olympus DSLR of with multiple monickers? We've seen it as the E-P1 and P-1, but now, after what seems like countless months brand-free glass-encased trade show appearances it looks like Olympus has officially titled launched it's E-1 DSLR successor, the E-3. We don't yet know m

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