Though not much of image, we’ll get what we can for now. We’ve been slowly getting more information on the latest compact Micro Four Thirds camera from Olympus, the OM-D. We know it will probably be announced around the 8th of February, we’ve confirmed the Olympus OM-D name from the company’s trademark fillings, and we got our first specs.
The leaked image above comes form 43rumors and shows the shutter button combined with a dial, an extra dial to its left, a function button and a dedicated video button at the top of the camera. The camera should be all black, and there is also a slightly oddly shaped OM logo as well. Not much more for now, but we hope we can update you soon with more images and info.
Here is a recap of the rumored specs as of now:
- Micro Four Thirds system camera
- Styled similar to the classic OM film cameras
- 16.05-megapixel sensor
- ISO 200 to 25,600
- Built-in 1,440K dot electronic viewfinder
- 610k 3-inch OLED screen
- New in-body stabilization and auto-focus systems
- Water and dust sealed magnesium body
- 121mm thickness and 425g weight
- To come in black and white with a late March release date
- Priced around $1,100 or €1,000