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37mm. But if you are thinking of buying a polarizing filter I would think hard before doing so because the area is tiny and it is extremely hard to see the polarizing orientation on the screen or even through an optional electronic viewfinder.
By Tjlondon on July 24, 2013
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If you're interested in the Olympus E-PL3, the good news is that Olympus makes two electronic viewfinders you could use on it. The E-VF3 is less expensive but gives a slightly smaller, lower-resolutions display. The E-VF2 is bigger and gives a slightly larger, higher-resolution display. Either of these fits into the ac… see more If you're interested in the Olympus E-PL3, the good news is that Olympus makes two electronic viewfinders you could use on it. The E-VF3 is less expensive but gives a slightly smaller, lower-resolutions display. The E-VF2 is bigger and gives a slightly larger, higher-resolution display. Either of these fits into the accessory shoe and accessory port and, runs off the camera battery. You must manually switch between LCD viewing and EVF viewing. The E-VF3 often sells for about $159 new but can often be found used or refurbished for a little over $100. The E-VF2 usually runs about $40 to $50 more. These electronic viewfinders can be used on several other Olympus models as well.
Bridge cameras such as the Nikon P510 and newer P520, Canon SX40 and Panasonic FZ60/FZ 100 have electronic viewfinders built in. The tradeoff is that they have smaller sensors. One low-cost point 'n' shoot camera still has an optical viewfinder built in. The Canon A1400 can be found new for as little as $89.95, and like its predecessor, the A1200 and A1300, it's a good picture taker with a sharp lens and excellent processing engine. Its optical viewfinder is tiny, but in bright-light situations it's just enough to be able to frame and compose your shots well. see less

By SWA on July 3, 2013
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The Pen's view screen is not a touch, it does tilt, both up and down
By Michael Mann on October 27, 2014
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Not certain about the specific package you are looking at. But ours included the lens indicated here (14-42mm) and it is very nice and works well. Not the most low profile due to zoom mechanism. As described, other lenses are available.
By Dan M. on March 11, 2013
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panasonic micro fourthird lenses fit, but dont work properly you have to adjust manuelly new olympus lenses are high quality lenses
By Taner G. on February 16, 2014
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Yes, I looked on the power supply for the battery.
By panerd on May 17, 2016
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Yes, fully manual via adapter.
By Mikie on November 28, 2013
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If you buy the camera with the 14-42 mm kit lens... it zooms from 14mm to 42 mm, if that's what you are asking.
By Mikie on March 31, 2016