Olympus has finally released a successor for the popular OM-D E-M5. Does the Mark II live up to the mark set by the original? We go hands-on.
On paper the Olympus OM-D E-M10 is an entry-level camera, but this 'entry-level' camera surprised me with how good it was...
Olympus adds another member to the OM-D family, the EM-10. A smaller and more affordable version of the EM-5, will it be the camera to sway more shutterbugs to the Olympus camp? We give you our first impressions after spending some time with it.
The E-P5 represents such a significant upgrade over the two-year old E-P3 that it’s better to think of it as a reboot rather than an update. But while many things are massively improved, some are still stuck in time. Find out which in our review.
We've gotten our hands on a pre-production model of Olympus' latest flagship, the OM-D E-M1. Click through to find out how it handles and why this is the mirrorless DSLR-killer we've been waiting for.
Olympus' new mirrorless system camera, the Pen E-P5, packs a solid punch in specs alone. It gets the best from the groundbreaking OM-D E-M5, and even adds more like built-in Wi-Fi. Click through to see what else is new in our hands-on preview of this gorgeous camera.
Point-and-shoot cameras are easy to use and pocket-able. But what if you need a camera that can withstand the rigors and challenges of travelling off the beaten track? Enter the Olympus TG-2, the company's toughest compact. Building on the strengths of the original TG-1, find out how the updated model fares.
The Olympus XZ-2 is a successor to the popular XZ-1. With a better sensor, interchangeable grip and high-resolution tilting display, the XZ-2 is quite impressive on paper. But how will it fare against the slew of advanced compacts released late last year? Read on to find out.
The OM-D E-M5 is a new, gorgeous, retro-tastic Micro Four Thirds camera from Olympus. It is the first from Olympus to come with an electronic viewfinder, and is aimed at enthusiasts who want a serious MFT option. We've fallen deeply in love with this camera, here's why.
The Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 45mm f/1.8 is a beautiful Micro Four Thirds lens that is perfect for portrait shooting. The fast f/1.8 aperture lets you grab quick shots in low-light and also pleasingly blur backgrounds to emphasize your subject. Here's a quick look at how the lens performs.