Olympus OM-D E-M1 followed by E-M1X ?

Replacement Of My Olympus E-M1? – New Rumored OM-D E-M1X

In recent weeks, rumors were gathering that Olympus will release a new camera in January 2019, the Olympus OM-D E-M1X. According to 43rumors.com we can already expect the following:

  • Image stabilizer with + 7.4EV (that would be madness)
  • New 20 megapixel sensor (maybe with global shutter or at least even faster readout than E-M1 Mark II?)
  • High-res mode out of hand, which would mean the camera will take 80 megapixel photos in Raw at 1/60s on static subjects without the need of a tripod
  • Portrait grip already build-in
  • 2x processing power of E-M1II
  • Adaptive, expandable focal points during autofocus
  • Larger EVF than E-M1 MarkII

Will it also bring a new sensor with better noise handling and more dynamic range? I’m really curious what else the new E-M1X will bring us and if it will replace my E-M1 eventually, even though it is still a very good performer. 🙂 Stay tuned.

Recent photos shot with Olympus E-M1, Beijing and Yanshan Mountains China

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