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New Micro Four Thirds high end camera rumors (EM1markII and GH5)

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Micro Four Thirds folks will get their new High End jewels at or right before Photokina this year! And here are soem first info gathered from the rumor world:

Olympus E-M1II:
– 4First Olympus camera with K video
– Trimmed for sport which emans faster autofocus and much improved EVF.
– Same price as the current E-M1 top model

Panasonic GH4:
– 6K sensor with 4K at 60fps
– Improved autofocus
– Slighly increased Megapixel number (20MP?)

Panasonic is also rumored to launch a new 12mm prime while Olympus has a new line of f/1.2 Zuiko PRO lenses to come.


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