'Delivers excellent performance and good-to-great photo quality'
'Delivers better image quality'
'Small size, Low noise images'
'Super-fast autofocus, improved image quality'
'Fast performance and excellent raw photo quality'
'Fast continuous shooting'
'Good images and color'
'Super-fast auto-focusing system'
'The bad: Images a little noisier at midrange ISO sensitivities than they should be; too easy to accidentally move focus points with touch screen.'
'However on the G2 the card slot has been moved into the battery compartment, which makes it very difficult to change the memory card when shooting on a tripod. 7 comments.'
'Sharpness-wise, the new 14-42mm Mega OIS lens is perfectly acceptable but isn't the best out there; its inclusion in the kit package keeps the overall cost down however.'
'A bit expensive .'
'Limited number of lenses available.'
'Disappointing low-light performance'
'nice smooth zoom action'
'At $1100, the Olympus Pen E-P2 is also significantly more expensive than an entry-level DSLR, and with a DSLR you get a true optical viewfinder, a bigger sensor, and a wider array of lens options.'
'Lots of stuff to play with; art filters, aspect ratios, multi-exposure and level gauge.'
'Low resolution for its class.'
'Relatively heavy • Low resolution'
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