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Olympus E-M1 Mark II Rumored Specification [Updated]

Olympus E-M1 Mark II imageLatest rumor surfaced over the web adds bit more details about the specification of the upcoming Olympus E-M1 Mark II camera. Take a look at the specification details surfaced this time

1. Olympus E-M1 Mark II coming with improved High-Resolution Mode
2. Improved Viewfinder
3. Improved Image Stabilization

We are not getting any concrete information this time related to core specification of the camera, however some earlier rumors suggest that Olympus E-M1 Mark II will you Sony made 20MP sensor.

So if we mix the earlier rumored specification with the current one we have

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

We will update you soon as we get any new information.

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source – 43rumor

3 comments to Olympus E-M1 Mark II Rumored Specification [Updated]

  • Sakaphoto Graphics

    Advanced, not advance. 🙂

    Obviously, the 5 axis image stabilization has to be replaced, at least, with the newer version.

    Hopefully, they’ll introduce a new image processor. The current one is rather old.

  • terry

    Will the “old” olympus lenses (built for contrast AF) be compatible with the new AF “sport shooting” of the Olympus M1 Mark 2 ?

  • Ippe

    I hope Four Thirds AF-support starts finally to work! Now it’s one AF shot and then MF next ones.

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