Olympus E-PL1 Sample Photos

by on April 21, 2010

in Olympus

As part of my upcoming review of the Olympus E-PL1, I have spent some time capturing images in a number of different situations.  It will be a little while still before the review is complete; however, I wanted to pass along these sample images for you to check out.

All images were captured in JPEG format (although I shot in RAW + JPEG, I have not edited all of the RAW files yet).  I have noted the basic shot info below each image.  Feel free to download any of these sample images for your personal inspection (not for republication).  You can get the original files by right-clicking on any of the images and choosing “Save link as…”


ISO 200 – f/6.3 – 1/125s at +1 EV


ISO 200 – f/9 – 1/320s


Pop Art Filter – ISO 100 – f/5.6 – 1/160s


Grainy Film Art Filter – ISO 100 – f/5.6 – 1/200s


Pin Hole Art Filter – ISO 100 – f/8 – 1/320s


Gentle Sepia Art Filter – ISO 100 – f/5.6 – 1/200s


Soft Focus Art Filter – ISO 100 – f/8 – 1/200s


ISO 200 – f/9 – 1/250s


ISO 200 – f/5.6 – 1/160s (with fill flash via on-camera pop-up flash)


ISO 200 – f/5.6 – 1/100s


ISO 3200 – f/4.2 – 1/100s


ISO 3200 – f/3.5 – 1/100s


Diorama Art Filter – ISO 200 – f/9 – 1/200s


Diorama Art Filter – ISO 200 – f/10 – 1/320s

That’s all for now.  Stay tuned for the full review of the Olympus E-PL1, which should be coming along soon.

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1 forkboy1965 April 21, 2010 at 7:17 pm

One thing I don’t recall reading about in various reviews of these four-thirds cameras is how they are to hold and handle. Do they feel and handle like a dSLR even though you don’t press them up against your face?

Do they feel heavier because you have to hold them out in front of you where you cannot pull your arms in towards your body for leverage?

Anyone have some good experience with this question?

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