And the Zuiko lenses included weren't my favorites. My courtside images of Dementieva were far from precise. I still give Canon the nod for optical quality.
Bottom line: The E-P1 will probably be the camera of the moment. It's innovative, looks cool and succeeds in combining DSLR functionality with point-and-shoot convenience.
If you can afford to buy the E-P1 and use it as a point-and-shoot, you won't be disappointed. But if you're concerned about cost or need specific features, this unit might not be for you. There are just too many great cameras at this price.
-- Reported by Jonathan Blum in New York.
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