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The Amazing Olympus PEN E-PL1 Camera

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posted by alias getolympus on Tuesday 11th of May 2010 09:08:37 PM

This commercial was shot entirely by Olympus PEN cameras. Many of today's consumers want a camera with the professional still image quality of a digital single lens reflex (DSLR) and high-definition (HD) video in a compact body that's as easy to use as a point-and-shoot. Thanks in part to an image sensor found in Olympus DSLRs that is approximately eight times larger than those in standard point-and-shoot cameras, the PEN delivers all this and more. Add the flexibility of high-quality interchangeable lenses, the convenience of a built-in pop-up flash, in-camera creative features and technology designed to produce outstanding images effortlessly, and the PEN is the total consumer-friendly, multimedia package. The PEN is a camera designed for those who want to step up to better images, and Olympus is committed to giving consumers the amazing technology to capture things they never thought possible. Want to win the E-PL1 and $5,000 to make your vision a reality? Live in Canada or the US and are 18 years or older? Check out the PEN your story challenge at

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