16 new cameras we’d like to see in 2013 (UPDATE)

16 new cameras we'd like to see in 2013

New Olympus cameras we’d like to see in 2013

 

Olympus OM-D touchscreen

9. Olympus OM-D E-7 | The E-series reborn

Olympus’s E-series DSLRs were good in the early days but soon found their limits in the pro SLR market. And with Olympus’s shift to mirrorless systems, it looks like the E-5 is the last in the line.

Or is it? Olympus is making noises about an E-5 successor which uses a mirrorless design but is directly compatible with Olympus’s existing E-series lenses.

This is the thing – while it was making E-series DSLRs, Olympus was also busy making a wide range of E-series lenses, including some very good professional optics.

A new mirrorless E-5 successor (we’re going to call it the OM-D E-7) would allow existing E-series users to keep on using them, and give the new camera an extensive ready-made lens catalogue to go with it.

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