Olympus Announces Black-on-Black E-P2 Kit and 2 New Lenses

If a camera lets us make the pictures we want to make, it can be as ugly it wants to be. But, the already-beautiful E-P2 is getting a style upgrade in the form of a matching black M.Zuiko Digital ED 17mm kit lens and FL-14 flash. Both are otherwise the same as their silver predecessors and the kit will start hitting shelves (in limited supplies) starting in October and carrying a price of $999. Those who have already bought into the Olympus PEN system will inevitably be more excited about the an

If a camera lets us make the pictures we want to make, it can be as ugly it wants to be. But, the already-beautiful E-P2 is getting a style upgrade in the form of a matching black M.Zuiko Digital ED 17mm kit lens and FL-14 flash. Both are otherwise the same as their silver predecessors and the kit will start hitting shelves (in limited supplies) starting in October and carrying a price of $999.

Those who have already bought into the Olympus PEN system will inevitably be more excited about the announcement of two new lenses: The M.Zuiko Digital ED 75-300 MM F4.8-6.7 (150-600mm equivalent) and M.Zuiko Digital ED 40-150MM F4.0-5.6 (80-300mm equivalent). Both lenses use extra-low dispersion glass and are capable of "silent" autofocus.

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