The second review of a Micro Four-Thirds was just published on Neocamera. This time it is for the Olympus E-P1, a retro 12 megapixels digital camera with built-in stabilization, dust-reduction, 2-axis digital-level and ISO sensitivity of to 6400. It has just about every feature of a DSLR, except for a built-in flash in a relatively compact body.
As usual, detailed reviews include assessments of design, ergonomics, image quality, performance and noise, plus a gallery of images taken at each ISO setting. This review should be interest to future owners of an Olympus E-P2 since the E-P1 is largely the same camera and its performance is expected to be nearly identical.