Olympus Launches OM-D E-M5

6/25/2012 5:27:09 PM

The latest camera model from Olympus has turned a few heads on its arrival. The new E-M5 from Olympus boasts an impressive 16 million megapixel Live MOS sensor and integrated 1.44 million dot high-definition electronic viewfinder.

Description: Olympus launches OM-D E-M5

One of the key selling features to jump out is its advanced five-axis image stabilisation (IS) system, which helps reduce blur in both stills and movies. Other impressive specs include the large ISO range that extends from 200 to 25600, and a tilt LCD three-inch swivel-type OLED monitor.

Description: Olympus Launches OM-D E-M5

The new E-M5 is available from April 2012, and with the kit M.Zuiko 50mm lens, is priced at $1,725. Addition accessories can be purchased, including the HDL-6 power holder grip and FL-600R electronic flash. There will also be a MMF-3 four-thirds mount adapter, designed for mounting a four-thirds lens on a micro four thirds body.

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