DP Interface recently had the opportunity to take some sample photos (including a bunch of high ISO shots) using the newly launched Olympus PEN E-PL1 and have been given the green light to share them with readers (but first, read this disclaimer: photos were taken using a PRE-production unit of the camera so image quality is not final).
UPDATE: We’ve been told to replace full-sized photos with extremely reduced size/resolution photos seeing that photos were taken using an Olympus PEN E-PL1 with beta firmware. However, taking into account the interest of our readers and other factors, I have opted to wait for a retail/production camera instead before posting photos.
Rest assured a completely new photo gallery with new images from a production-level camera will be posted in the future once I get a production-level camera for review. Meanwhile, check out our Olympus PEN E-PL1 preview for our initial hands-on with the camera.
Brad: I *still* would like to extend my thanks to Olympus and co for giving us the opportunity to try out the camera!
Gallery photos taken by Brad Soo – February 4th, 2010 (Updated February 8th, 2010)
All photos were taken at full resolution, Fine quality, 4:3 aspect ratio, optical image stabilization on and using the camera’s default settings unless otherwise noted. The lens used was the Olympus Micro Zuiko 17 mm f2.8 pancake lens. Lens focal lengths stated below are 35 mm equivalent, after factoring in the PEN E-PL1’s Micro Four Thirds 2.0X sensor crop multiplier.
Photos were taken using a pre-production Olympus E-PL1 model and image quality is subject to change. For that reason, you probably should wait until our full, final review comes out before judging the PEN E-PL1. I’ll be reshooting all gallery sample photos once I get my hands on a 100% finalized, retail version of the Olympus PEN E-PL1.
Sorry folks, all that’s available now are these tiny little thumbnails. Full-sized images and full gallery functionality will have to wait until we receive a production-level camera for review. Images will be reshot completely and full-sized photos with a production level camera will only be made available in the future
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