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Olympus PEN Mini E-PM1

Overview

Olympus Pen PM1 front view

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The Olympus PEN Mini E-PM1 is a compact, lightweight mirrorless camera that was released by Olympus in 2011.

Key specifications include:

– 12.3 megapixel Live CMOS sensor
– TruePic VI image processing engine
– Micro Four Thirds lens mount
– 3-inch LCD display with 460,000 dots
– Full HD 1080p video recording at 30fps
ISO range of 200-12800
– 35-point contrast detection autofocus system
– 5.5 frames per second continuous shooting
– In-camera creative art filters
– Built-in flash
– SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card slot
– Compatible with a wide range of Micro Four Thirds lenses
– Dimensions: 109.5 x 63.7 x 34mm
– Weight: 217g

 

Specification

Camera Make: Olympus
Camera Type: Mirrorless
Date First Manufactured: 2011
Megapixels: 12.3
Sensor Type: CMOS
Sensor Size: Micro Four Thirds
Camera sensor size
Viewfinder: None
LCD Screen: Fixed
No Known
Built in Flash: No
Image Stabilisation: Yes
AE Bracketing: Yes
Back Button Focus: No
Face Detection Focus: Yes
ND Filter: No
Highest Video Resolution: HD – 1280 x 720
Microphone Port: No
Lens Mount: Micro Four Thirds
Storage Memory: One SD card slot
Weight: 217g

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Olympus PEN Mini E-PM1

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Olympus Pen PM1 front view
Olympus PM1 LCD
Olympus PM1 Top

Images Captured with this Camera

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My Thoughts on this Camera

I bought a PM1 because it had a fault. I thought maybe O could fix the fault but unfortunately not. The shutter is stuck on a single speed. No controls can change the shutter speed. It is such a shame as I like this camera – great spec /including video in a small simple body. It of course can utilise the full range of Micro Four Thirds Lenses. The camera I bought came with two lenses (one faulty), a box and an auxiliary Viewfinder that will work with my Olympus XZ-1.

 

 

My Last Thoughts - Keep & Use, or Sell?

Will I keep it? No, because it has a fault I cannot fix
Will I use it? Wish I could

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