Olympus has announced a great deal of products at the world’s biggest digital imaging trade fair. Among them, we can find the entry-level PEN E-PL8, a mirrorless camera with a Micro Four Thirds sensor and a design that reminds us of premium shooters. The E-PL8 is both compact and lightweight, while its specs list is not too shabby.
Just like the rumor mill predicted, the Olympus E-M1 Mark II has been announced at Photokina 2016. The mirrorless camera is capable of recording 4K videos and capturing 50-megapixel high-res shots thanks to a new 20.4-megapixel image sensor coupled with a new TruePic VIII processor and an in-body 5-axis image stabilization technology.
Olympus has just revealed its latest take on GoPro’s cameras. The Stylus Tough TG-Tracker boasts an array of sensors to track a lot of things, including altitude and temperature. The sensors are joined by useful abilities, such as 4K video recording and WiFi connectivity, in order to make sure that the camera is ready to taken on the Hero line-up.
Here it is folks! The action camera from Olympus which was leaked recently is actually the long-rumored Stylus TG-Tracker. More images have showed up on the web along with plenty of specifications, which include the ability to record videos at 4K resolution. Find out everything about the action cam in this article!
Olympus is actively working on a new macro prime lens, a reliable source has revealed. The Japan-based company will reveal this product by the end of 2016. It is said to consist of a 30mm prime, thus will offer a 60mm equivalent. We are also using this opportunity to talk about the E-M1 Mark II, so here’s what we know!
Olympus will reveal that rumored action camera in the near future. Its photo has just been leaked online and it will indeed be a Tough-series device. The sturdy camera might be the rumored Stylus TG-Tracker and it will become official by the end of this month with a set of exciting features for people who love sports.
Here are some new and old rumors about the Olympus E-M1 Mark II! For the old part, we already knew that Olympus will reveal the camera at Photokina 2016 and this fact was reiterated by a different source. On the other hand, the new stuff consists of the fact that the camera will be loved by action and sports photographers.
Olympus has patented a couple of lenses for mirrorless cameras with full-frame image sensors. The company has recently confirmed that it will focus on OM-D cameras and PRO-series optics, so there is a chance that it will finally announce a full-frame mirrorless interchangeable lens camera in the not-so-distant future.
Olympus is rumored to unveil the PEN-series E-PL8 Micro Four Thirds camera in the near future, as the first photos of the device have appeared on line. The Olympus E-PL8 mirrorless camera will undergo some cosmetic changes when compared to its predecessor, especially in the front. Here are the shooter’s first photos!
Olympus is believed to be working on a 25mm wide-angle prime lens with a maximum aperture of f/1.2. Trusted sources within the rumor mill have confirmed this information and it seems like the optic will become official soon and will be released shortly after its unveiling. Check out more details in this article!
Olympus has taken the wraps off of two new compact cameras. However, it has done so only in Japan. Either way, the novelties are the Stylus Tough TG-870 and the Stylus SH-3. Both come packed with similar sensors and six new Art Filters, while the latter model will also interest videographers, thanks to 4K video recording.
Olympus is working on a new PEN-series mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. The product is most likely in development, as its name has just been registered on Taiwan’s NCC website. It is called Olympus PEN-F and it will become a tribute to the original PEN-F SLR camera, released back in the 1960s.
The Olympus E-M10 Mark II Micro Four Thirds camera has just become official. It has not been a secret for a few weeks, as its name, photos, and specs have all been leaked in the meantime. Now, the shooter is official with a new design as well as a built-in 5-axis image stabilization system that is reminiscent of its higher-end siblings.
Olympus will officially unveil the successor to the OM-D-series E-M10 by the end of this week. Before the product launch event, trusted sources have leaked a more detailed Olympus E-M10 Mark II specs list. The new information confirms that the mirrorless camera will be a minor evolution of its predecessor instead of a major one.
Olympus will not sit and watch as Panasonic draws all the plaudits with its Dual Image Stabilizer technology. The company has just patented a similar system, allowing photographers to make use of stabilization systems found in a camera and in a lens at the same time. The Olympus dual IS system may be added into the E-M1 Mark II camera.