Product: Olympus E-1 digital SLR Price: About HK$18,000 Pros: Claims to match the performance of film-based SLRs but with the convenience of a digital Cons: Expensive The Olympus E-1 is the company's first professional digital single-lens reflex camera to come with a removable lens. This is a new product line for the company and has its own interchangeable accessories, lenses, flashes and camera bodies using the Four Thirds standard for digital SLR cameras. The Olympus E-1, introduced in Hong Kong last week, is available at several high-end digital camera shops in the city. It has a five-megapixel CCD sensor made by Kodak. This product is a result of a partnership between Olympus and Kodak announced in 2001, so it has been much anticipated by digital photography enthusiasts. Priced at about HK$18,000, it is expensive compared with the cameras of the same class from Canon and Nikon. Olympus would argue, though, that the E-1 cannot be compared to the digital SLRs from Canon and Nikon because it is the first built using the Four Thirds standard.