In between Strictly Come Dancing revivals at Focus On Imaging we managed to get some time alone with the Olympus OM-D E-M5.
The 16-megapixel E-M5, announced last month, is the first camera in the new Olympus OM-D line – with rumours of an OM-D Pro possibly to come.
Watch our initial hands-on review of the Olympus OM-D, with a full review to follow soon.
Olympus is offering photographers the chance to claim a gree grip with pre-orders of its new Micro Four Thirds camera, the OM-D.
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the original Olympus OM, the company is offering its customers who pre-order the new Olympus OM-D a free grip and battery pack.
Olympus has unveiled its long-speculated OM-styled Micro Four Thirds camera, presenting the OM-D (officially the Olympus OM-D E-M5) to the world.
Its design based on Olympus’s classic OM series, the 16.1-megapixel OM-D – not to be confused with OMD – is housed in a dust- and splash-proof magnesium alloy body and boasts what Olympus claims are several world firsts.
The new Tokina 300mm f/6.3 telephoto lens for Micro Four Thirds cameras is equivalent in 35mm to 600mm and offers users a minimum focusing distance of 0.8m, and a 1:2 reproduction in Macro mode.
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