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Olympus Digital SLR Cameras

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  1. Olympus E-P5

    2 Year Olympus Warranty Included.

    Beautiful design and oustanding image quality come together to deliver an unparalleled shooting experience with the Olympus PEN E-P5.

    The compact, metal body houses some of Olympus' most advanced features which are all about speed. A fast mechanical shutter, capable of shutter speeds up to 1/8000 s, combined with one of the fastest autofocus systems on the market ensures even the fastest moving subjects can be captured and frozen in time. Access to manual control is fast as well, with 2 customisable control dials, as well as a lever to easily switch between 2 different control setups.

    A 16 Megapixel image sensor is the heart of the E-P5, utilizing Olympus' advanced 5-axis Image Stabilizer to ensure crisp, stabilized images with any lens. The high-resolution Touch LCD screen is very responsive, allowing quick and easy selection of a focus point by literally 'pointing' and shooting. Built-in Wi-Fi functionality gives photographers the ability to simply shoot and share, using a mobile device as a wireless remote, or to transfer images directly from the camera for immediate sharing.

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  2. Olympus OM-D E-M1

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    *Only on 12-40mm Kit
    --Offer Expires 02/11/14--

    2 Year Olympus Warranty Included.

    The Olympus OM-D E-M1 compact System camera is the new range leader in Olympus's Micro Four Thirds line-up. The M1 is a upgraded and improved model over the original OM-D, the E-5. The M1 features an improved processor, increased screen and viewfinder resolutions, a new and improved 37 point autofocus system which features Phase detection with improved results when working with Four Thirds lenses.  When your using the Micro Fourth Thirds lenses focusing is handled by the EM-1's 81-point contrast detect AF system. The EM-1 like the E-5 is weather, dust, splash and freeze proof, with a large high resolution touch LCD and electronic viewfinder. A new feature on the M1 is Wi-Fi connectivity, which enables the camera to connect to a smart phone or tablet and transfer images. By downloading an app for your smart phone or tablet you can also use these devices as a remote control and control the M1. 

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    From: $1,399.95

    To: $1,999.95

  3. Olympus OM-D E-M10

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    The E-M10 is the entry point of the Olympus OM-D range, offering photographers the stunning image quality that's to be expected from Olympus' compact system cameras, in an even smaller package.

    In keeping with the OM-D tradition, the E-M10 is still an all metal body for a solid, refined feel and houses the same 16 Megapixel Micro Four-Thirds sensor found in the rest of the range. With dual control dials to satisfy enthusiasts who demand easy access to manual control, as well as the same Intelligent Automatic mode found on their compact cameras, it's easy enough for anyone to simply pick up, point and shoot, and expect great quality images. Flash and Image Stabilizer are both built-in to the body, allowing for sharp, shake-free images in even the most challenging conditions as well as built-in Wi-Fi funcitonality for wireless transfer to your smartphone or remote live view and control.

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    From: $699.95

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  4. Olympus OM-D E-M5

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    *Only on 12-50mm Kit
    --Offer Expires 02/11/14--

    2 Year Olympus Warranty Included.

    The Olympus OM-D EM-5 may be a blast from the past for some of you. Bearing the retro look of its Film OM-D forefathers, the EM-5 is a Micro 4/3rds camera with interchangeable lenses (the same lenses which can be bought with the Olympus PEN series).

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  5. Olympus PEN E-PL5

    Behind the Olympus PEN Lite E-PL5's stylish body, is a serious camera ready for action. Offering all the control you could want with the performance of a DSLR, this small, lightweight compact system camera leaves nothing out.

    Despite the highly-portable body, the E-PL5 manages to squeeze in features like a tilting touchscreen utilizing "Touch AF Shutter" technology, allowing you to simply point at what you want to focus on and letting the camera do the rest. Olympus' iAuto combined with it's super fast autofocus makes the camera as easy to use as a compact for a getting those quick, spur of the moment shots, while also including the 'Art' mode, giving you 11 effects to choose from when you feel like getting a bit more creative.

    With a wide range of lenses available, and even an optional wireless adapter, there's not much this little PEN can't do.

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    From: $599.95

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  6. Olympus Pen E-PL7

    The E-PL7 is the latest in the multi-award winning compact-sized PEN camera series and is designed for the active, social photo-sharing photographer with its unique ‘touch’ selfie-photo/video oriented features, and sophisticated integration with the smartphone for camera control and sharing.

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    $799.95
  7. Olympus PEN E-PM2

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    The E-PM2 is Olympus' entry-level PEN series compact system camera. It's simple design is aimed towards photographers who are looking for a better image quality than a compact camera, but without the added complexity of a DLSR. It's called the PEN Mini for a reason - with very few external buttons and dials, this camera is all about being small, so that you can take it with you everywhere and always be ready to capture high-quality images with ease.

    Like all of Olympus' compact system cameras, the E-PM2 still incorporates built-in image stabilization to stop camera shake from ruining your photos, super-fast 8 frames per second burst so you'll never miss that perfect pose, and an intelligent 'iAuto' mode to make taking great photos a snap.

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    From: $449.95

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"Sunrise on the Mt." By Joel Strickland

Tips from the photographer

  • Get up early, the light at sunrise can be amazing.
  • Act quick, the light isn’t like this for long.
  • Shoot raw, it helps to capture the full colour range.

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