OLYMPUS PLANS FOR TWO MORE:
Having successfully launched its initial pro-oriented, all-digital 4/3 E-1 camera, Olympus plans to release amateur- and medium-priced versions, both probably with built-in flash. Besides cooperating with Kodak and Fuji in building the 4/3 camera system, a major independent lens manufacturer (that we promised not to name now) will be producing optics for the system. Olympus will have little new at PMA, but Photokina could see the intro of the medium-priced camera.
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