The latest Olympus Micro Four Thirds camera is capable of taking stunning images and it includes many fun art filters
Shot using the 40-150mm lens in iEnhance mode, which is a function of the iAuto mode.
Shot with the 12mm lens using iEnhance mode.
This picture uses one of the camera's Art Frame effects, as well as the Pop Art effect.
Shot with the 12mm lens in iEnhance mode.
This was shot using both the Soft Focus and Starlight Effect filters.
Be sure to check out the Olympus Australia Flickr page for more sample shots, including ones that show the Dramatic Tone filter in action. There is also a handy chart that shows you which filters can be used in combination with others.
This one uses the Pin Hole Art Filter, too, in conjunction with an Art Frame effect.
Shot with the 40-150mm lens in iEnhance mode. This is one of the types of scenes the PEN E-P3 is said to excel at because it is capable of greater dynamic range and colour reproduction than previous models.
We haven't yet had a chance to test the [[artnid:392196|Olympus PEN E-P3]], which is the top model in the company's Micro Four Thirds range. However, some sample pictures have turned up on the official [[xref:http://www.flickr.com/photos/olympus_au/|Olympus Imaging Australia]] Flickr page, and we think they look great. Olympus has allowed us to display them in this gallery and share them with you all.
Many of the pictures have been taken using the 12mm (24mm, 35mm equivalent), f/2.0 lens, but the 40-150mm (80-300mm, 35mm equivalent) lens has also been used. Olympus says the pictures are straight out of the camera and devoid of any post production. The Pin Hole effect on this shot and the effects on all the other shots (including the frame effects) have been produced by the camera itself.
Shot with the 12mm lens using the Pop Art filter.
Shot using the 12mm lens in iEnhance mode.
In this shot you can see the Miniature Effect in action.
This picture uses the Pin Hole and Pop Art effects.
This shot uses the Pin Hole effect in conjunction with the Cross Process Art Filter.
This was shot with one of our favourite filters: Grainy Film. It also features one of the built-in Art Frame effects.
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