With the new PEN E-PL7 Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera leading the way, Olympus has announced a handful of new products and accessories. In addition to this replacement for the E-PL5 and E-PL6, Olympus has released a new body jacket for the E-PL 7 in three color variations and a new rechargeable lithium-ion battery for the camera. Also announced today is a new black version of the M.ZUIKO Digital ED 12mm f/2 Lens, which already exists in silver, and a new leather lens cover for the 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 EZ pancake style lens, also in three color variations.

(Unveiled: The Olympus PEN E-PL7 Mirrorless Camera Black 12mm f/2.0 Lens via B&H Explora) High-res

With the new PEN E-PL7 Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera leading the way, Olympus has announced a handful of new products and accessories. In addition to this replacement for the E-PL5 and E-PL6, Olympus has released a new body jacket for the E-PL 7 in three color variations and a new rechargeable lithium-ion battery for the camera. Also announced today is a new black version of the M.ZUIKO Digital ED 12mm f/2 Lens, which already exists in silver, and a new leather lens cover for the 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 EZ pancake style lens, also in three color variations.

(Unveiled: The Olympus PEN E-PL7 Mirrorless Camera Black 12mm f/2.0 Lens via B&H Explora)


It wasn’t until early 2013 that I really started to shift my camera lens toward other animal lovers. When I found myself in a photographic rut, I tried to focus my energy on the areas of interest that I enjoyed most in life, one of which was animals. I began traveling to niche animal shows—from ferret shows to dog shows—for a series that would later be titled “Welcome to the Show.”

(How I Got The Shot: Amy Lombard via B&H Explora) High-res

It wasn’t until early 2013 that I really started to shift my camera lens toward other animal lovers. When I found myself in a photographic rut, I tried to focus my energy on the areas of interest that I enjoyed most in life, one of which was animals. I began traveling to niche animal shows—from ferret shows to dog shows—for a series that would later be titled “Welcome to the Show.”

(How I Got The Shot: Amy Lombard via B&H Explora)