It’s been a while since we saw the E-P nomenclature. It used to be the high-end Pen model (above E-PL and E-PM), and the latest with this name was the E-P5, released in 2013. After that, Olympus focused on its OM-D cameras, and reduced the Pen series to E-PL models only.
The new Olympus Pen E-P7 packs a few features from the discontinued Pen F and others from the OM-D cameras, making it a bit more advanced and desirable than the latest E-PL10.
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