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It performs better than other point & shoot camera, but for the price of a new or refurbished E-PL2 its not worth it. For the price range Panasonic GX1 performs better, or E-PL3 will be a better choice compared to the three of them.
By JunT on February 19, 2014
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Use a multiplier of 2 for micro 4/3 cameras. This lens would be a 28mm-84mm (35mm equivalent)
By cory malone on December 28, 2013
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Yes it don't have BT as an standard feature.
By Alvaro A. Bravo Kohler on March 7, 2013
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The E-PL2 has a builtin flash and it is actually a very useful implementation. Unlike the builtin flashes of most cameras, including all DSLRs I have seen, this flash can be tilted up, to bounce its light off the ceiling - just use the left thumb to point the flash up. Bouncing flash light means that you get light to f… see more The E-PL2 has a builtin flash and it is actually a very useful implementation. Unlike the builtin flashes of most cameras, including all DSLRs I have seen, this flash can be tilted up, to bounce its light off the ceiling - just use the left thumb to point the flash up. Bouncing flash light means that you get light to fall on the subject from above instead of coming heads-on, so you can avoid the common "deer caught in the headlights" look that can be seen in portraits taken with a builtin flash.
As twentytwo already pointed out, you can also mount an add-on flash on the hotshoe. Besides taking a flash, that hotshoe can also be used with an electronic viewfinder accessory. see less
The E-PL2 has a builtin flash and it is actually a very useful implementation. Unlike the builtin flashes of most cameras, including all DSLRs I have seen, this flash can be tilted up, to bounce its light off the ceiling - just use the left thumb to point the flash up. Bouncing flash light means that you get light to fall on the subject from above instead of coming heads-on, so you can avoid the common "deer caught in the headlights" look that can be seen in portraits taken with a builtin flash.
As twentytwo already pointed out, you can also mount an add-on flash on the hotshoe. Besides taking a flash, that hotshoe can also be used with an electronic viewfinder accessory.

By Laurentiu Cristofor on December 19, 2012
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