Refinements to Micro Four Thirds show a system worth investing in.
The first time you take the lens off the new Olympus Pen E-P2 ($1,100, street, with 14–42mm f/3.5–5.6 or 17mm f/2.8 M.Zuiko Digital lens and VF-2 electronic viewfinder), people around you may stare in disbelief. After all, it’s not much larger than a compact camera, but you can swap out the optics, just as on a DSLR. But does the wow factor extend to its performance? Our tests say yes.