Specs of new Olympus mirrorless camera leaked online

Specs of new Olympus mirrorless camera leaked online

As it usually happens the tech specs of yet another device have been leaked online ahead of launch. The victim this time is Olympus and more precisely its OM-D E-M5II mirrorless camera, which is scheduled for launch on February 5. So let’s see what Olympus has to offer.

According to the unofficial specs the Olympus OM-D E-M5II measures 122 x 89 x 43 mm and weighs 369 grams. The digital camera sports a chassis made of a magnesium alloy and this is exactly what makes it dust- and water-proof as well as resistant against low temperatures.

The camera has a 16.1 MP CMOS sensor in the popular 4/3 form factor and sports the fast TruePic VII image processor, a 3-inch 1.04-million dot vari-angle touchscreen LCD display, a 2.36 million EVF, 200-25 600 ISO sensitivity, built-in Wi-Fi, remote control from a smartphone, 5-axis camera share correction, hi-res composite shooting functions of 40 MP and support for 4K video recording.

The Olympus OM-D E-M5II will be available with a number of different lens and will cost around USD 1400 with no lens installed. Depending on the lens chosen the camera can go up to USD 2250.

Source: Photorumors.com

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