Olympus Pen E-P2 sample images

A small, advanced camera that can take super-clear and vibrant images

The Olympus Pen E-P2 is an advanced compact camera that's small but which can accept interchangeable lenses using the Micro Four Thirds format. It's largely the same as the Pen E-P1, which was released in July 2009, but it has a couple of improvements. Notably, it can accept an electronic viewfinder now, as well as an external microphone, and it also has a motion tracking focus mode.

This slideshow includes some test shots we took, and they showcase a wide range of the camera's features, from iAUTO mode to its many art and scene modes. We used the Olympus 14-42mm f3.5-5.6 Standard Wide Zoom (M.Zuiko) lens for all our shots. The images here are unedited unless otherwise noted. You can also check out our review of the Olympus Pen E-P2.

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