No new Sony-Panasonic-Olympus camera for CP+

Ha, Olympus Big Announcement that will be made next week nothing has to do with the MFT system. There will be an updated 75-300mm II lens but that’s all. That what Olympus defines as big news is “just” the new XZ-10 compact camera. And Sony too will announce the NEX-3N only after the CP+ show which takes place in Yokohama from January 31. And what about Panasonic? New GF and G successors are also coming in a few weeks only.

In summary this is what we can expect to be announced in March-April:
Olympus: new semi pro PEN model
Panasonic: New GF and G models
Sony: new NEX-3n
Samsung: new NX300 and maybe a new NX Full Frame surprise
Canon: new EOS-M with integrated viewfinder
Ricoh-Pentax-Nikon-Fuji: No info about new camera releases yet…

Or you may heard about some mroe cameras? Drop me a message at if you have some secret bits to share :) Thanks!

  • camaman

    “nothing has to do with the MFT system”

    Meaning the lens to be updated is the 43 version of the 75-300mm?

    WOW, talk about exaggerating the BIG announcement. Blowing your own horn much Oly, no?

    • admin

      I do not consider the 75-300 a new product. it’s just a minor update of an existing lens.

  • Miroslav

    Wait wait wait :(

  • Bora

    There was a rumor that Ricoh will launch APS-C size GRD model ?

  • kuishinbou

    Hopefully, at CP+, Fuji announces a replacement for the X-Pro 1, with the new sensor and features in the X100s. It is about time, as the X-E1 was just a cheaper, smaller version of the X-Pro 1; and it makes sense, as the X-Pro 1 has been on sale for some time now, which ends in early February. If the hybrid AF and manual focus features in the X100s work efficiently and accurately, the next generation of interchangeable-lens X-Series cameras should be fantastic. That said, hopefully we do not have to wait too long.

  • Jeff

    It’s RICOH, and those who know how to spell buy it.

  • Jeff

    Just misspell IMBECILE and wear it.

  • Jackson

    Here in Japan there are rumors that since the GRD V is moving up to an APS-C, the GXR is…. Well, many here are very disappointed that the A16 lens module was never released, and talk of the town is that a full frame module is due out any day now! Wow… I sure hope so!!!

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