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Thom Hogan on the future of Olympus.

The financial results for Olympus show its camera division is losing money and Thom, in his usual fashion, has a point to make. Is he right?

What does the future hold for Olympus?

Thom Hogan is a writer and commentator on things Nikon but has shown interest in the micro 4/3 line.
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