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Olympus UK confirms Pen Mini price

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Olympus UK has today announced the price of the Pen Mini (aka E-PM1) will start at £449.99 (inc. VAT) for a standard kit including an M.Zuiko 14-42mm II R lens.

Press release:

PRESS INFORMATION

SLR quality without the complexity

Meet the gorgeous Olympus PEN Mini

The new PEN Mini is a tiny powerhouse of a system camera with interchangeable lenses. It’s also a beautiful camera that takes even more beautiful images and it couldn’t be any easier to use. The Mini is ideal for anyone who wants a fuss-free camera that fits in at a party as well as it fits in their pocket.

Just like a point-and-shoot, it comes in six colours but the Mini is really an SLR-quality camera hiding behind the simplicity and looks of a genuine compact. It makes high-class photography and movie-making wonderfully easy. Olympus’ Live Guide gives beginners intuitive control of key parameters like aperture and depth of field, without them needing to know how they work.

Six Art Filters add fun creative effects to both Full HD movies or stills and if you don’t know what a setting in the menu is for, a window pops up to tell you.

With the world’s fastest* autofocus systems, great low light performance plus a superb choice of high-grade Olympus lenses and stylish accessories, it’s tough to see just what the PEN Mini can’t do. Also known as the PEN E-PM1, it’s available from early autumn in silver, black, white, silver-rose, purple and brown. Pricing will start at £449.99 for a standard kit including an M.Zuiko 14-42mm II R lens.

 

For further information on the PEN Mini please see attached press release or visit www.olympus.co.uk/pen

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