First Olympus E-M1X images have been leaked online. Check out the OM-D E-M1X product images below.
As previously mentioned the upcoming E-M1X camera will NOT be the E-M1II successor. It is said to be a Micro Four Thirds camera but has 2x the processing speed of the current E-M1 Mark II.
Some details shared before about the size of E-M1X and it is 144.37 x 146.765 x 75.345mm. The camera’s height is superior to its width and its larger than E-M1 Mark II (134.1 x 90.9 x 68.9 mm). Olympus E-M1X will have a built-in vertical grip which makes the size similar to 5D Mark IV or D850 with a battery grip.
The OM-D E-M1X will feature 20.3MP sensor with 18fps burst speed. It will come with improved image stabilization up to 7.5 EV and dual sd card slots. The price of the Olympus E-M1X will stand around $3,000.
According to recent reports Olympus E-M1X announcement is scheduled for early 2019. It could be either at the CES 2019 in the beginning of January or prior to CP+ event in February. Check out the first Olympus E-M1X images.
First Olympus E-M1X Images
Olympus will announce a new high-end Micro Four Thirds camera in the form of the OM-D E-M1X, whose price, specs details have been leaked on the web.
Below are roundup rumored specs of E-M1X:
- Name: Olympus OM-D E-M1X
- Price around $3,000
- 2x speed than E-M1 Mark II
- 20MP MFT image sensor
- 18 fps
- AI AutoFocus
- Larger EVF
- Improved stabilization with up to 7.5 EV stabilization
- Can take around 80MP high resolution image with hand held
- Size similar to Nikon D850 with Battery Grip
- USB chargeable
- Data transferable by air to a server
- Radio control of remote flash with a new flash coming and receiver for old flashes
- Same battery as E-M1 Mark II
- Will be a sports camera, to compete with Canon EOS-1D X Mark II & Nikon D5.
- Announcement in January 2019, Shiping in February.
As stated above, the Olympus E-M1X price will be around $3,000 and to be announced in early 2019. Also two smaller cameras coming later in 2019. One might be a new Pen F.
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