Olympus releases PEN E-PL7 mirrorless camera

Olympus releases PEN E-PL7 mirrorless camera

The Japanese company Olympus has finally released its anticipated mirrorless micro four thirds PEN E-PL7 digital camera. The new company product is available in black only and measures 119.1 x 82.3 x 45.9 mm for total weight of 396 grams.

The camera has a 16.05 MP Live MOS sensor and a 3-inch TFT vari-angle rear touch screen display. The list of specs is long so we will mention just a few of them here but they are impressive in themselves too – the PEN E-PL7 has a metered range between 0 and 20, ISO sensitivity between 200 and 25 600, a TTL metering system, digital ESP metering and a shutter speed of 1/4000 to 60 seconds. The rest of the specs include Wi-Fi, high-speed auto focus, 81 focus points, auto selection of focusing points and support for Eye-Fi, SDXC, SD and SDHC memory cards as well as recording in MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 and motion JPEG with stereo audio.

There’s no word on the camera price, though.

Source: Olympus

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