Olympus E-5

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The Olympus E-5 DSLR was introduced at the end of summer 2010 as the new top model of Olympus' Four-Thirds system cameras. It's image sensor is a Live-MOS 12.3 Megapixel sensor made by Panasonic. The new features of the cameras compared to former Olympus flagship Olympus E-3 is the splash-proof turn- and tiltable 921.000 Pixel color LCD screen, an electronic spririt level, a video function, and a HDR simulation mode.