The Story of the Olympus PEN Camera
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The 50 year history of the Olympus PEN viewfinder camera in stop motion. 60.000 pictures were shot and 9.600 prints developed. No post production!

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The Pen series is a family of viewfinder cameras made by Olympus. The original Pen was introduced in 1959. Designed by Yoshihisa Maitani, it was the first half-frame camera produced in Japan and one of the smallest cameras to use 35mm film. It was thought to be as portable as a pen; thus the name. In June 2009, Olympus announced the PEN EP-1, an interchangeable lens digital camera with the photographic optics of an SLR and the size and simplicity of a "point and shoot".
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