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Olympus E-PL7 + M.ZUIKO DIGITAL 14‑42mm 1:3.5‑5.6 II R MILC 16.1MP 4/3" Live MOS 4608 x 3456pixels Silver

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E-PL7 + M.ZUIKO DIGITAL 14‑42mm 1:3.5‑5.6 II R
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Long product name Olympus E-PL7 + M.ZUIKO DIGITAL 14‑42mm 1:3.5‑5.6 II R MILC 16.1MP 4/3" Live MOS 4608 x 3456pixels Silver :
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16.1MP, 4/3' Live MOS, TruePic VII, ISO 200-25600, 7.62 cm (3.0 ") LCD, Full HD, SD, HDMI (Type D), Wi-Fi
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Short summary description Olympus E-PL7 + M.ZUIKO DIGITAL 14‑42mm 1:3.5‑5.6 II R MILC 16.1MP 4/3" Live MOS 4608 x 3456pixels Silver:
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Olympus E-PL7 + M.ZUIKO DIGITAL 14‑42mm 1:3.5‑5.6 II R, MILC, 16.1 MP, 4/3", Live MOS, 4608 x 3456 pixels, 4608 x 3456, 3200 x 2400, 1280 x 960
Long summary description Olympus E-PL7 + M.ZUIKO DIGITAL 14‑42mm 1:3.5‑5.6 II R MILC 16.1MP 4/3" Live MOS 4608 x 3456pixels Silver :

Olympus E-PL7 + M.ZUIKO DIGITAL 14‑42mm 1:3.5‑5.6 II R. Camera type: MILC, Megapixel: 16.1 MP, Image sensor size: 4/3". Focal length range (f-f): 14 - 42 mm, Lens mount interface: Micro Four Thirds. Focus adjustment: Auto/Manual, Auto focusing (AF) modes: Face detection, Single Auto Focus, Tracking Auto Focus, Focus: TTL. ISO sensitivity: 200, 1600, 25600, Light exposure modes: Aperture priority AE, Auto, Manual, Shutter priority AE, Light exposure correction: ± 5EV (1/2EV; 1/3EV step). Fastest camera shutter speed: 1/4000 s, Slowest camera shutter speed: 60 s

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Reviews
Updated:
2017-01-17
Testseek has collected 64 expert reviews for Olympus E-PL7 + M.ZUIKO DIGITAL 14‑42mm 1:3.5‑5.6 II R 16.1MP 4/3" Live MOS 4608 x 3456pixels 銀質 and the average expert rating is 81 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
81%
Source Review comments Score
ephotozine.com
Updated:
2017-01-17
The Olympus PEN Lite E-PL7 is the latest PEN camera from Olympus and features built in Wi-Fi, tilting "selfie" touch-screen, updated Art Filters, along with a 16 megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor. The Olympus PEN E-PL7 is an update to the E-PL5 and...
Good Good noise performance, Great image quality, Built in WiFi, Wide range of Micro Four Thirds lenses, Stylish metal body, Dual axis electronic level, Excellent 3inch touchscreen, Live Bulb / Live Time feature, A large number of Art filters and effects avail...
Bad Panoramic autostitching not available, Menu system could be daunting for new users...
Bottom line The Olympus PEN Lite E-PL7 offers a number of improvements over the previous versions (the E-PL5 and E-PL6), with a new 3-axis image stabilisation sensor, built in Wi-Fi, and an updated and more stylish design. You also have the choice of the standard...
100%
reviewed.com
Updated:
2017-01-17
While the jury is still out on the long-term viability of mirrorless cameras, that's not slowing Olympus down. The success of its excellent OM-D series has helped the company net new fans and earn serious prestige.But while the enthusiast models like the...
Bottom line Our enthusiasm is dampened only by the superb competition. We're glad to see how far Olympus has come in the past couple years. From the OM-D E-M1 to this little wonder, the company knows how to make a camera like few others can. Whereas early Micro F...
94%
gadgetspeak.com
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2017-01-17
The lens it came with is a 14-42mm and the action is very smooth.The left side has only the neck strap anchor point while the right side has the matching anchor point as well as a rubber bung behind which are mini HDMI and AV out sockets. The base has a t...
92%
pocket-lint.com
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2017-01-17
With fun features such as a "selfie screen", pared down controls and a user-friendly interface, the Olympus PEN E-PL7 is primarily aimed at point-and-shoot users. However, experienced photographers can find plenty of depth to keep their interest, with eno...
Good Looks great, excellent touchscreen, improved handling, WiFi works a treat, selfie screen if you fancy it...
Bad Incremental improvements for the series, detail lacks at highISO settings, Auto ISO has limited use...
Bottom line Like its E-PL5 predecessor, the E-PL7 at first seems like a small series of steady improvements rolled into the one camera, with a more sophisticated autofocus system, better overall handling and Wi-Fi. But that makes it a solid bit of kit, especial...
90%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2017-01-17
What is the Olympus Pen E-PL7? The Olympus E-PL7 is a 16-megapixel compact system camera with a Micro Four Thirds sensor. It's the smaller, cheaper, more stylish alternative to the company's very popular OM-D cameras. Olympus has taken the idea that this...
Good Great sensor performance, Charming retro design, Decent touchscreen...
Bad Underwhelming video capture, Not ideal for bigger hands, Odd tiltunder screen...
Bottom line The Olympus Pen E-PL7 isn't a hit in every respect, but the high-quality build, sensor and processor see it offer a good entry-level MFT option. Next, read more Camera Reviews...
80%
amateurphotographer.co.uk
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2017-01-17
This latest offering from Olympus features the 16.1-million-pixel sensor that has proved popular in the OM-D E-M5, but as well as the sensor, the E-PL7 shares many of the features of the OM-D E-M10, minus a viewfinder and built-in flash. Based on those fe...
Good Good-quality, 16.1-million-pixel Live MOS sensor, Metal frame with stylish design, Responsive touchscreen...
Bad Vulnerable and fiddly tilting screen, Small and tightly packed controls, No viewfinder...
Bottom line The Olympus Pen E-PL7 is a repackaged Olympus OM-D E-M10, and for that reason alone it enters a lower end of the enthusiast market from a great vantage point. It is capable of producing some superb images and its video is respectable for a camera of its p...
80%
T3.com
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2017-01-17
The Olympus ‘Pen' series E-PL7 – the ‘L' denoting a ‘Lite' or entry-level version – arrives hot on the heels of the E-PL6. It doesn't deviate massively from its sibling, which it joins rather than replaces. This is still a stylishly constructed 16 megapix...
Good Quality metal construction, Consistent imaging performance, Classic retro styling...
Bad No eyelevel viewfinder, no builtin flash, tiny controls...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2017-01-17
Even so, few other compact system cameras (CSCs) can match the E-PL7 for style. There's an air of sophisticated retro chic, and the sturdy metal shell and dials inspire confidence. It's telling that Olympus's promotional shots feature the camera in the cl...
Bottom line A consummate all-rounder, the E-PL7 scores particularly highly for speed and style...
80%
digitalversus.com
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2017-01-17
The PEN E-PL7, the smallest hybrid in Olympus' 2014 range, has definitely taken a few ideas from the OM-D E-M10. They have the same 4/3" 16.1 Mpx CMOS sensor, the same Truepic VII processor and the same type of retro design that made the PEN series so popular. Add to that Wi-Fi connectivity, a 180° tiltable touchscreen, and you've got the E-PL7. Let's see if this little interchangeable-lens camera lives up to our expectations of style, elegance and excellent selfie-taking, all three promised by Olymp...
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dpexpert.com.au
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2017-01-17
This newest addition to the retro styled Pen series of 16mp compact interchangeable lens cameras comes as a kit with the 14-42mm retractable lens. The LCD aspect ratio has been changed to 3:2 and an added control dial will appeal to those who like to be i...
Good All the Pen cameras, from the EP1 onwards, have been a joy to behold and a pleasure to use. Olympus jpegs are consistently excellent and RAW is better. The supplied Olympus Viewer software is excellent and may be all that anyone needs for RAW conversion a...
Bad You can't use the optional viewfinder and a flash at the same time – they both use the same accessory port...
Bottom line We are passionate (biased?) about compact system cameras – not just from Olympus but also from Sony, Samsung, Nikon, Panasonic and Fujifilm. Olympus and Panasonic, in collaboration, were the first to demonstrate the merits of the smaller, smarter camera f...
0%
techradar.com
Updated:
2017-01-17
Olympus has received lots of praise for its OM-D series of compact system cameras, such as the OM-D E-M10, OM-D E-M5 and OM-D E-M1, but its Pen series has been a little overlooked in recent times.The new Pen E-PL7 doesn't introduce anything fundamentally...
Good Respected sensor and processor combination, Easy selfie mode, Raw files recording possible with Art Filters...
Bad No viewfinder built, in, No smaller than OM, D E, M10, Selfie mode not compatible with tripods...
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techradar.com/au/
Updated:
2017-01-17
Olympus has received lots of praise for its OM-D series of compact system cameras, such as the OM-D E-M10, OM-D E-M5 and OM-D E-M1, but its Pen series has been a little overlooked in recent times.The new Pen E-PL7 doesn't introduce anything fundamentally...
Good Respected sensor and processor combination, Easy selfie mode, Raw files recording possible with Art Filters...
Bad No viewfinder builtin, No smaller than OMD EM10, Selfie mode not compatible with tripods...
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photoreview.com.au
Updated:
2017-01-17
Who's it For? The E-PL7 has been designed for 'connected' photographers who like to shoot 'selfies' and share them online. It should also appeal to snapshooters who want the performance improvements a camera with a relatively large sensor can provide in a...
Bottom line The release of the PEN E-PL7 gives Olympus three models with features that will appeal to socially-active buyers who want compact cameras with premium styling and lenses appreciate the benefits of interchangeable lenses. The E-PL7, E-P5 and E-M10 cameras...
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pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2017-01-17
Your eyes do not deceive you: the Olympus Pen E-PL7 has an LCD screen that can be angled to sit beneath the camera. That makes it the apparent perfect selfie machine, giving it a key sell that few other compact system cameras can offer. But otherwise the...
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