Long-awaited Olympus DSLR lands next month

In what's possibly the news equivalent of Chinese water torture, Olympus has been drip feeding us details about its next DSLR launch.After removing th

In what's possibly the news equivalent of Chinese water torture, Olympus has been drip feeding us details about its next DSLR launch.After removing the shrouds from two new releases, the E-410 and E-510, in March, it's now preparing to unveil the third and final model featured in the tease shot (pictured) it slipped out in February.Although we know precious little about the new papper, we now know it'll be officially released to waiting Olympus fans at the stroke of midnight on 17 October.We also know it's being lined up to replace the aging but much-loved E-1 pro-snapper. Live View, an anti-dust sensor and at least 10megapixels are a shoo-in but the rest is anyone's guess. We'll bring you more as soon as Olympus drips another news droplet on us.Essentials Price: £TBA On sale: 17th OctoberContact: Olympus Related stories: Nikon wheels out the DSLR big guns Canon debuts octuplet of new cams Olympus unwraps new DSLRs