The wait for Olympus' beautifully retro OM-D E-M5 is over, at least for some early adopters: according to tipsters at 43rumors, the 16.1-megapixel Micro Four Thirds camera has shipped to pre-order customers in the US, UK, Canada and Germany. Originally, the magnesium alloy mirrorless interchangeable lens device was due out March 31st in Japan, and had a nebulous "April" release date around the world, but it sounds like we can narrow down April to right about now. We still don't see the camera in stock at major US retailers, unfortunately, so you won't necessarily be able to purchase one of the $999.99 imagers right now, but you can already find a few on eBay if you're willing to try your luck.