New Olympus E-Series on September 15

by on September 12, 2010

in Olympus

Olympus is teasing a new E-Series announcement for later this week.  Rumors suggest a new Olympus E-5 as a successor to the Olympus E-3.

A possible spy shot of the E-5 is depicted below from 43rumors.com.

Rumored specifications include a 12.3MP sensor, 5-6 frames per second still shooting, 720p HD video capture and built-in image stabilization.

[via 43rumors.com & Photo Rumors]

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1 Scott November 19, 2010 at 3:19 am

What’s the point? I used to have one of these larger Olympus dslr’s, and dumped it. They’re as big as a Nikon or Canon, but have a smaller sensor.

Olympus has a corner on the small dslr market with the E-620. They should concentrate on that market rather than trying to compete with the big dogs.

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