The E-PM1 had an almost featureless front; now it's got a racing stripe and a grip.
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The back looks a little more traditional than its predecessor, and incorporates a touch-screen LCD.
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Hot shoe

The camera still doesn't have a built-in flash, so there's a hot shoe for the bundled unit that also accommodates accessories like an add-on mic and Bluetooth adapter.
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New filter

Olympus adds another art filter to its repertoire: Watercolor.
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