Olympus E-M5II Full Specifications Leaked

Olympus OM-D E-M5II full specifications have been leaked online ahead of the official announcement. The E-M5II mirrorless camera with Micro Four Thirds image sensor will be announced on February 5th.

From the full specs list below we can now say the new Olympus OM-D E-M5II will feature a 1/16000th of a second shutter speed and a 10fps continuous shooting mode which is ideal for action and sports photography.

The Olympus OM-D E-M5 II will be available in February with a price tag for $1099.99 body-only. All-black and silver body versions will be sold for the same price.

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Full Olympus OM-D E-M5II Specs Leaked Before the Launch

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Olympus E-M5II Full Specifications

  • 16.1 million pixel sensor LiveMOS
  • Hi-Res composite shooting functions (the sensor shift shooting mode takes 63 Megapixel RAW or 40 megapixel JPEG pictures)
  • Video 1080 / 30p, 720 / 60p
  • Video frame rate 24fps can also be selected
  • The maximum bit rate is 77Mbps in ALL-I. 52Mbps in IPB
  • Fastest mechanical shutter 1/8000 seconds. Electronic shutter 1/16000 seconds
  • Continuous shooting 11 frames / sec (continuous shooting mode H), 5 frames / second (continuous shooting mode L)
  • 16 images in RAW The number of pictures in continuous shooting mode H, 19 sheets in JPEG. In continuous shooting mode L without limit.
  • ISO 100 ~ ISO 25600
  • 5-axis camera shake correction. Correction effect shutter speed five stages (CIPA)
  • LCD monitor 3 inches 1.037 million dots. Vari-Angle
  • EVF is 2.36 million dots. Eye point 21mm
  • The battery BLN-1. Possible shots 350 sheets
  • SD / SDHC / SDXC (UHS-I compatible, Eye-Fi compatible)
  • Size: 123.7mm x 85mm x 44.5mm
  • Weighs 417g (body only). 469g (including battery and memory card)
  • Usable temperature is -10 degrees to 40 degrees (at the time of operation). -20 Degrees to 60 degrees (when saving)
  • Available humidity 30-90% (operation). 10-90% (when saving)
  • Power Battery Holder HLD-8

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  • E-Nonymouse A

    I’d be fascinated to see what kind of jedi mind tricks they did to make a 16MP sensor give you a 63MP image. I know it’s some strange bit of interpolation magic but still doesn’t make sense, it seems as though the sensor is just making up a bunch of fake pixels as filler to match the existing shots. Hope Olympus continues with the innovations, as well as other companies. The camera market is a little too complacent in the R&D department, all focused on pixels and not much else.