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February 09, 2012 at 12:55AM


Olympus Officially Announces the Retro-styled OM-D E-M5

Today Olympus finally announced its OM-series Micro Four Thirds camera, the OM-D E-M5. In chrome and without a battery grip, the camera actually looks a lot better than the leaked images we saw a couple days ago. Styled like an old school SLR, the E-M5 is a 16-megapixel camera with blazing 9fps continuous shooting, RAW capabilities, weatherproofing, 1080i video recording, the “world’s fastest autofocus” on any camera, 5-axis image stabilization, a 3-inch tilting LCD screen, an ISO range of 100-25,600, and a 1.44m dot electronic viewfinder. It’ll be available starting in April — though it’s already available for preorder on Amazon — at a price of ,000 for the body only, or 100 when bundled with a 14-42mm lens, or 300 when bundled with a 12-50mm lens.

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February 04, 2012 at 01:42AM


New Leaked Photos of the Retro Olympus OM-D Camera

New photos have emerged showing the retro OM-styled EM-5 camera that Olympus is planning to unleash on the photo world. It’s the first camera in a new OM-D line, and offers a beautiful old school SLR aesthetic. The image above, which looks like some kind of ad, reads,

A new digital SLR era is about to begin. Digital SLRs, which simply replaced film with an imaging device did not change significantly in terms of size, weight and user interface. The revolutionary, new mirrorless camera, the OM-D, has an exceptionally light and compact body. Its Electronic View Finder enables photographers to check the Art Filter effect, color temperature, and exposure levels in real-time. When shooting, you can instantly “create” a truly unique world and preserve it in exceptional quality. The “world” will be transformed from something you see to something you “take part” in.

The OM-D is a groundbreaking, new digital interchangeable lens camera perfect for people who want to “take part,” “create,” and “share.”

You can see a higher-res version of the ad here.

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February 01, 2012 at 09:01AM


What new products to expect at the CP+ show in Japan

There will be several new product announcements before and during the CP+ show in Japan that will take place in Yokohama (February 9-12, 2012). Here is a quick recap:

Pentax K-01 – new APS-C mirrorless camera from Pentax. The Pentax K-r replacement will be announced few months later

Olympus OM-D – new m4/3 camera with built-in EFV and classic OM series design

Samsung NX20 will have electronic shutter, there may be some hints on the mysterious NX1 mirrorless camera

Panasonic already announced several compact cameras. They may announce the two new Lumix X lenses (Panasonic Lumix G X Vario ASPH Power O.I.S 35-100mm f/2.8 ASPH and 12-35mm f/2.8)

There are rumors that the Canon 5D Mark III could also be announced in February

Nikon will announce new Coolpix models and their new monster – the 36MP D800

Sony already introduced three new Cybershot cameras, there will be another announcement at the end of February

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January 24, 2012 at 05:40AM


Wells Fargo Wire Confirms the Impending Launch of the Olympus OM-D

Wells Fargo Advisors is becoming a pretty reliable source for news regarding cameras before they’re actually announced. Just weeks after the Fujifilm X-Pro1 and Nikon D4 were announced early by the service, the soon-to-be-announced Olympus OM-D camera is now semi-official as well. The wire confirms that Olympus will be reviving its old OM brand for SLR cameras through a new line of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras, and that the camera will sell for over ¥100000 (~300) in Japan. It also states that the new camera will resemble the Olympus OM-1 film SLR camera — originally launched in 1973 — and be equipped with high-speed autofocus (rumored to be the fastest of all mirrorless cameras) and image stabilization.

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January 21, 2012 at 11:36PM


Wells Fargo did it again (Olympus OM-D)

After a series of prematurely published news (Nikon D4, Fuji X-Pro 1, Canon G1x), Wells Fargo did it again with the Olympus OM-D:

“The new OM-D model will be offered in the United States, Europe and some Asian countries as the top model of the company’s digital mirrorless interchangeable lens camera series, selling for above 100,000 yen in Japan. The new model resembles the OM-1 film camera and is equipped with high-speed autofocus and image stabilization functionality as well as 16 megapixel resolution.”

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January 18, 2012 at 04:14AM


Rumored Specs for the Upcoming Retro-Styled Olympus OM-D

Some spec rumors for the Olympus OM-D camera that we wrote about yesterday are starting to emerge. The retro-styled, weather-sealed magnesium body will reportedly resemble classic OM series film SLR cameras, and will be available in both black and silver. Rather than have a pentaprism like an actual SLR, the 16MP camera will feature a 1.44M dot electronic viewfinder. It’ll be 121mm wide, and will weigh 425g. The release date is rumored to be sometime in late March 2012.

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January 18, 2012 at 02:47AM


Olympus OM-D rumored specs

Here are the first specs of the rumored Olympus OM-D camera:

The design of the new OM-D camera will look similar to the classic OM series

1.44M dots EVF which will simulate the pentaprism designs

New technologies have been introduced to compensate for camera shake and AF

Two colors will be available: black and silver

Weather sealed magnesium body

16MP sensor

Camera width: 121mm

Weight: 425g

Release date: late March, 2012

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January 17, 2012 at 06:41AM


Olympus Set to Announce Retro OM-styled Micro Four Thirds Camera

There might be a giant corporate scandal hovering over its head, but that’s not stopping Olympus from planning big things for its digital camera lineup. The company has placed a giant full page advertisement in Amateur Photographer magazine with the headline “OH MY GOODNESS!”. 43 Rumors is reporting that the company will be announcing a new Micro Four Thirds camera around February 8th that’s part of the 40-year-old OM camera lineup — in other words, a digital mirrorless camera that’s beautifully retro-styled. A trademark application filed on January 3rd indicates that camera will be called the Olympus OM-D (D as in digital). Too bad Fujifilm — you can’t have all the retro digital fun.

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