Olympus today unveiled two new compact cameras. The first is a Pen-styled travel superzoom, the SH-1: http://www.getolympus.com/us/en/dig...aunch&utm_source=email_etprm&utm_medium=email This camera looks a lot like an E-P5 and features Oly's vaunted five-axis image stabilization (perfect for shooting at the long end of the 25-600mm zoom range). But, of course, the lens is kind of slow: f/3.0-6.9. The control dial atop the camera includes intelligent auto, program auto, scene modes, etc. but doesn't include aperture and shutter priority. There is a manual mode, however. The second camera is the latest iteration of Oly's TG Tough series cameras, the TG-3: http://www.getolympus.com/us/en/dig...aunch&utm_source=email_etprm&utm_medium=email The primary update to the TG-3 over the TG-2 seems to be wi-fi/photo-sharing. The new TG doesn't surprise me but the SH-1 does just a bit as I thought Oly was generally getting out of the compact-camera business.