The E-PM2 features the same 16MP LiveMOS sensor as found in the E-PL5. Likewise, the E-PM2 sports a 3-inch touch screen LCD and 1080i HD video capture. [Read more…]
The Olympus E-PL5 is a new Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera with a 16MP LiveMOS sensor. The new mirrorless camera sports an all-metal body, a 170-degree tilting LCD and captures 1080i HD video.
Olympus also introduced a new body cap alongside the E-PL5 that sports a built-in 15mm f/8 lens, which means you can grab a quick shot without a bulky lens (you know, since it’s a lens too…).
Olympus E-PL5 Key Features
- 16MP Live MOS Sensor
- TruePic VI Image Processor
- RAW Image Capture
- 8fps Frame Rate
- M. Zuiko 14-42mm f/3.5 Lens
- 3.0″ Flip Portrait LCD w/ Touch Control
- Full 1080i HD Video
- F.A.S.T. Auto Focus
- In-Body Image Stabilization
- ISO Range to 25600
- 12 In-camera Art Filters
- Includes FL-LM1 Flash Unit
The Olympus E-PL5 should be available in October for $699. Check availability here at B&H Photo.
It looks like Canon may be announcing a true successor to the PowerShot G12 next week prior to Photokina 2012. Recall that the Canon G1 X was announced earlier this year at CES 2012, causing speculation that the G-series may move to a larger sensor format.
The above leaked image appears to confirm, however, that the more compact-oriented camera line will continue with a PowerShot G15. [Read more…]
Pentax’s next mirrorless camera, the Q10, has surfaced online with plenty of images from all angles of the new camera. The Pentax Q mirrorless camera system is basically a compact-camera with interchangeable lenses. For whatever reasons, Pentax chose to keep the sensor in the tiny, compact camera format and build a system around that. [Read more…]
Zeiss has announced its new 55mm f/1.4 Distagon T* lens for Canon and Nikon mounts. The new lens is first model of a new product family from Zeiss. [Read more…]