Photographyblog.com have looked into the tiny new 10 megapixel DSLR from Olympus, the E-450. The main benefit with the camera is it’s size but it can’t compete with the Canon EOS 500D when you compare image quality and resolution.
Excerpt from the conclusion:
The Olympus E-450 is a very compact, lightweight yet fairly robust feeling little DSLR that comes with a lot of features for an entry-level camera. Not only does it offer manual exposure and focusing modes for the advanced user; it also has features like highlight-, shadow- and midtone-based spot metering, user-configurable mirror lock-up (Anti-Shock), wireless TTL flash control, Shadow Adjustment Technology and contrast-detect auto-focus in Live View.
Olympus E-450 – review [photographyblog.com]