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.