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New Olympus E-P2 And E-5 DSLR Rumored

No secret is safe anymore including the latest cameras coming from Olympus, that's if 42rumors.com are to be believed and it certainly looks pretty believable.

The new E-P2 kit + 2 new MicroFourThirds lenses will be announced tomorrow August 31

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1) The new E-P2 kit with black 17mm lens and black external flash.

There will be also two new MFT lenses:

2) The new M.Zuiko ED 75-300mm f/4.8-6.7 (equivalent of 150-600mm in 35mm)
It is the world smallest 600mm zoom lens. It weights 430 grams and has a diameter of 7cm and 11.6cm length.
It allows nearly silent HD movie recording.
The new lenses are made with ED (extra-low dispersion)
It will be available in December 2010 for $899.99

3) The new M.Zuiko ED 40-150mm f/4.0-5.6 equivalent of 80-300mm in 35mm)
It weights 190 grams.
It will be available in November 2010 for $299.99

The E-5 will be announced on September 14!

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It has 12 Megapixel, two more than the “older” E-3. It has the new TruePic 5 engine for better detail, 720p hd video at 30p, 11 pt af, 920k dot res lcd, 3 inches, art filters and a mic jack.

The image above is of the new 75mm-300mm lens.

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