16 channels (which is crazy, normally it should be 8),
43rumors unveiled the first specs of the new Olympus OMD E-M1X camera:
Name: E-M1X OMD camera
Frame rate: 18fps
Body Size: 144.37 x 146.765 x 75.345mm (body with a built in vertical grip)
High Res: Can shoot handheld High Resolution images (around 80MP)
Photography focus: Sports and Wildlife shooters
Price: close to $3,000
Launch: January 2019
And one source shared some more insights on this camera:
The camera is the perfect working tool. It’s worth the high price of $3,000, I guess from what I’ve seen. Lying in the hand like the legendary E-1 (see picture on top). It’s even better balanced than the MKII. You hardly notice the little extra weight. With the 300 F4 as well as with a 45 F 1.8 the camera sticks in your hand as if glued on.
The sensor exceeds all expectations, as does the stabilizer. The camera has 3 types of high res shoots. What really pleases me is that finally the charging via 15 V USB port works. Then I can finally charge my Powerbanks via solar cells while hiking in Nepal and then connect them to the camera. But the best will be the extremely high data transfer rate when transferring live data to a server over the air.
The charger charges the battery extremely fast, thanks for the investment of an additional $4.80 in development. for those who have waited a long time, the mc-20 also comes. So, look forward to the launch of the camera at the end of january 2019 and 2 more “small cameras” next year. You will smile when you see them.
No doubt Olympus will make a great camera but the E-M1X price is close to the Sony A7rIII and Nikon Z7 Full Frame cameras…will Olympus really sell enough of E-M1X cameras to make some profit?
L-rumors.com got the info about the aperture of the new Panasonic S Full Frame zoom lenses:
Not surprised to hear that. They surely didn’t look like f/2.8 lenses.
You can join the new L Full Frame Facebook group if you plan to buy this camera. There you can discuss all features and tests once it’s released!
The Taiwanese company Kamlan announced two new APS-C lenses:
50mm f/1.1 II for Sony E, Fuji X, MFT and Canon EOS-M
21mm f/1.8 for Sony E, Fuji X, MFT and Canon EOS-M
Kamlan also announced the intention to develop Full Frame lenses for the Sony E, Nikon Z and Canon EOS-R system.
Image sample shot on the Sony A7rIII (crop mode):
Well what a surprise! A chinese manufacturer is attempting what current “classic” camera makers are NOT doing. Yongnuo is developing a mirrorless system camera running on Android and with integrated 4G capability.
Yongnuo posted the image of this camera with a contest on Facebook. The contest ends in January which means that at CES we are likely to learn all details about it. It’s unclear what mount they will use and I guess the Canon 14mm EF lens is attached with an adapter on the camera.
Nice! What do you think about this concept? And what mount do you hope it has?
There is some life breathing back into the lungs of Micro Four Thirds lovers: Olympus is rumored to launch a new E-M1X High End camera in January. The camera is rumored to feature some unique new tech not available in any other camera yet.
There are no specs but Olympus seriously needs to make it right with this one to take away the spotlight from the Fuji X-T3.
Well known and very reliable Pentax source “Asahi Man” just shared this on the Dpreview forum:
It’s time to put this senseless speculation to an end…
Nope,Pentax will not going out of photo business…
There is a very, very internal roadmap…. Cameras and lenses…
A nice fullframe line up is in sight, no sign for going out of business.
Next year is the big anniversary,don’t forget this point.
I know,the most forum users here, will be surprised.
My speculation is that also Pentax will launch a new Full Frame Mirrorless next year. I hope they will noin one of the existing FF mirrorless systems. I really cannot see them competiting all alone against the big giants.