Olympus OM-D hands on review
Olympus OM-D – viewfinder and tilt touchscreen
The OLED rear touchscreen is the same as that on the E-P3, but tilts up and down. The touch sensitivity is still a little sluggish; not smartphone-slick. The headliner, of course, is the eye viewfinder, which is a bright 1.44MP number and has a sensor that switches to the EVF from the main screen when you put your eye to it – a nice touch that also features on the Nikon V1.