Derrick Story: "At first glance, the recently announced Olympus E-P1 digital camera looks like a classic rangefinder from the film era. But in fact, the camera has much in common with a modern digital SLR, including interchangeable lenses, a 12.3-megapixel image sensor, and even support for Raw and 720p video recording. As a bonus, it comes neatly packaged in a body closer to the size of a compact point-and-shoot."
I am *very* pleased with my recent point-and-shoot purchase, but this indeed looks like the type of camera to fill the role between point-and-shoot and full-blown SLR.
Mostly with regard to paper, with a business/office life focus.
I cannot express how badly my technolust has been inflamed by this product.
(Yes, even with the six grand price tag. Though I think I'd prefer a 500 GB 7200rpm hard drive over the 256 GB solid state drive.)
Only ten will be produced.