One of the most common criticisms of the Olympus E-P1, E-P2 and E-PL1 cameras will have to be their autofocus (AF) speeds, and it seems that Olympus has taken the time to try and sort that issue out, via a new firmware update. As mentioned, the updated firmware will increase the AF speeds for these models by a minimum of 15%, regardless of the lens you’re using. If you own any of the above cameras and are frustrated with the autofocus speeds, this firmware update might be what you’ve been screaming for all this while.
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