In the past, it was possible to see DSLRs as the 100-metre sprinters of the camera world – big, fast and powerful – and compact system cameras as long-distance runners: smaller, lighter, and prone to taking a while to do their thing. Then came the Micro Four Thirds PEN E-P3, and our running-related categorisation system went out the window. Not that we mind: the first interchangeable-lens compact to truly keep up with the big boys, the E-P3 can refocus 120 times per second, which is probably more than Usain Bolt.
Read the full Olympus PEN E-P3 review.
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