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Olympus E-M1 II Coming with Hybrid Olympus Sensor

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According to latest rumors the upcoming Olympus E-M1 II camera will feature a New Hybrid sensor designed by Olympus and Produced by Sony.

Its look like logical to me since the M4/3rd sensor made by Sony (IMX 269 and IMX 159) doesn’t have Hybrid AF capability.But, if you look at the specification of Olympus E-M1 camera announced on Oct 2013, it camera features 16MP MOS Four Thirds format sensor with no low-pass filter and on-sensor phase detection elements.  That clearly indicate that not only the upcoming E-M1 II camera, the E-M1 Sensor was also designed by Olympus itself.

Just few days ago we have published the New Camera Registered in Taiwan (E-M1 Mark II), the document shows the cam is coming with new BLH-1 battery that will sure boost the 350 shot limitation of E-M1 camera.

Take a look at the rumored specification of the upcoming camera

  1. EM1 Mk2 is definitely going to be launched at Photokina / September 2016
  2. 20MP Sensor
  3. Advanced High Resolution mode
  4.  4K Video
  5. New Image Processor
  6. New AF System dictated for Sports shooting / professional use
  7. New viewfinder
  8. Better Image Stabilization mode
  9. Big improvements in core specification compared to current E-M1 models
  10. Dual SD Card Slot
  11. Price will remain same as E-M1

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