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Olympus E-M1X Camera Images Leaked

Finally the first set of leaked images of the upcoming Olympus E-M1X camera surfaced over the web and camera look damn big. We can’t comment about the authenticity of the leaked images since the set of images are not coming from any authentic source. So, just take a look at the images and enjoy and do share your thought with us

We have already shared a lot of information related to the upcoming Olympus E-M1X. latest information suggest that we have published on December 6 2018, the upcoming Olympus E-M1X camera will going to use artificially intelligent auto focusing system. This is the first time that a micro four third camera is using a high level of AI system and that will sure going to help sports shooters to track high-speed subjects.

Olympus E-M1X Leaked Specification

  • Sensor: 20MP
  • Frame rate: 18fps
  • 7.5+ EV stabilization
  • Faster image processing – approx 2x faster than the E-m1X
  • Autofocus: Adaptive and expandable focal points. Two examples. If you are shooting a person, then shift to shooting a car, the number of focal points will automatically
  • expand. If you are shooting a basketball player, you will get a vertical series of 5 focal points.
  • Body Size: 144.37 x 146.765 x 75.345mm (body with a built in vertical grip)
  • High Res: Can shoot handheld High Resolution images (around 80MP) at 1/60s
  • Photography focus: Sports and Wildlife shooters
  • Same batteries as E-M1 Mk II
  • Larger EVF
  • Launch: January 2019 along “2 tele zooms, 1 wide angle zoom. speedlight. zuiko binoculars”
  • Availability: February

The only thing we don’t like about this camera is its high price tag, according to the rumors upcoming camera will going to be priced somewhere around $3000. Which is really too excessive if you’re going to compare it with the existing mirrorless system solutions offered by other other companies, and yes I am talking about Sony which gives you excellent mirrorless FF camera under $1000…OLY should keep the price of the upcoming Olympus E-M1X camera somewhere around $2000 or less than that to look more feasible in the competition.

Olympus E-M1X camera is rumored to arrive in January 2019 and the shipping of the camera will start from February 2019. We will update you soon as we collect more information related to the upcoming camera. We are also waiting for trusted Japanese sources to leak out some authentic set of information and clear images of the upcoming Olympus E-M1X flagship mirrorless M4/3 camera.

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3 comments to Olympus E-M1X Camera Images Leaked

  • Rainer

    For a sports camera, this tool does not seem pricey. Compare to the latest Canon 1D, Sony A9, Nikon…
    If Olympus would just take less, the camera would have a “cheap” label on it. And what is more, Olympus would leave the statement “our camera is inferior”.

  • Teodore

    Every single advantage of m43 system is destroyed on this camera: Size, weight, cost.

    Sony A7 III (2018) has 4 times the sensor size of E-M1X and 10fps and costs $2k.
    Fuji X-T3 has twice sensor size, 11-30fps, costs less than $1300
    Sony a6500, twice sensor size, 11fps, <$1000

    Every single high-end APS-C or FF camera is better in any way, it's a joke to sell a m43 camera for more than $1000 – period.

  • etudiant

    Zuiko binoculars?? Unless they add stabilization, Olympus should save their money.
    The minute gains in light transmission still achievable with the most modern glass and coatings are imperceptible to the buyers. However, if Olympus can translate their excellent camera image stabilization technology into binoculars, that would be a game changer.

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