olympus e-520

Imaging Resource has published its review of the Olympus E-520.

The E-520 faces stiff competition in the increasingly-ubiquitous sub-$700 digital SLR category, and although it possesses a number of enticing elements, it lacks key differentiators to elevate it significantly above its rivals.

You can read more about the new camera on Photography Bay’s Olympus E-520 page.

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Megapixel.net has posted a review of the Olympus E-520.

While the marriage of simplicity and complexity in the E-520 may not be an entirely smooth one, it’s one that makes the snapper a very attractive camera for the transitional photographer who wants to leave point-and-shoot land behind but not lose sight of its shores entirely.

For the latest news and reviews, see Photography Bay’s Olympus E-520 Reviews and Resources.

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Here’s a deal and a half at Amazon.  You can pick up the Olympus E-520 kit, which contains a 14-42mm kit lens (28-84mm equivalent) for well under $500.  Merry Christmas indeed.  Here’s the link.

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Photography Review has published a full review of the Olympus E-520.

Combine the E-520’s minimal size and built-in image stabilization and you’ve got what I believe is one of the best backpacking cameras available.

For the latest news and reviews, see Photography Bay’s Olympus E-520 Reviews and Resources.

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Buy-n-Shoot has posted a review of the Olympus E-520.

This is a good transitional camera for anyone wanting to progress to DSLR for the first time although it does have some minor limitations that should be considered and, I imagine in many cases, overlooked.

You can read more about the new camera on Photography Bay’s Olympus E-520 page.

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