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Olympus E-M1 Mark II More Specification Unveiled

Olympus E-M1 Mark II imageWe have already published numerous of specification and leaks related to the upcoming Olympus EM1 II camera and now according to latest leaked specification via  43rdrumors the upcoming Olympus camera will features hand-held high resolution mode. That clearly means there is no need for the use of tripod while shooting ultra-high resolution images from your Olympus camera.

E-M1 Mark II is rumored to feature 20 Megapixel live MOS sensor, the other major feature coming with the E-M1 mark 2 is the arrival of 4K video for the first time in any Olympus camera, take a look at the rumored specification of the camera below

  1. EM1 Mk2 is definitely going to be launched at Photokina / September 2016 [Confirmed]
  2. Advanced High Resolution mode [Confirmed]
  3. High Resolution Hand-Held Mode  [Confirmed]
  4.  4K Video [Confirmed]
  5. New AF System dictated for Sports shooting / professional use
  6. New viewfinder
  7. Better Image Stabilization mode
  8. Big improvements in core specification compared to current E-M1 models
  9. Price will remain same as E-M1

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