In this September, Olympus will announce a new high end OM-D camera as rumored before. 43R said this new Olympus high end OM-D camera will replace both Olympus E-M5 and E-5, and will compatible with both MFT mount and FT mount.
Olympus just announced the PEN E-P5, the fourth in its range of enthusiast-targeted, rangefinder-style Micro Four Thirds mirrorless cameras. The E-P5 takes the 16MP sensor that has appeared in the company’s other models and adds a five-axis image stabilization system and shutter capable of shooting at 1/8000th of a second amongst a host of tweaks and feature improvements. The company has also announced black versions of its 17mm, 45mm and 75mm F1.8 prime lenses, priced the same as their silver counterparts. There is also a 2.4M dot LCD electronic viewfinder, the VF-4.