Following the slew of four-third cameras (well, one other) that we have featured recently, comes the Olympus E-450 DSLR. A 10-megapixel entry level DSLR from the erstwhile camera makers touted as being the world’s smallest DSLR with Art Filters.
The Olympus E-450 DSLR comes with the aforementioned Art Filters (presumably for you arty-types), a 2.7-inch LCD, Live View and a Four Thirds lens mount. Ten megapixels is not a lot these days but if you’re not into the megapixel race, who’s counting?
Added to this is a bundled double lens kit of ED 14-42mm f3.5/5.6 Zuiko Digital Zoom Lens and ED 40-150mm f4.0/5.6 Zuiko Digital Zoom Le. Available from May, if you think $700 is cheap for a camera with these specs then you’re in luck as that’s exactly the price the Olympus E-450 DSLR camera is going for.