The new company OM Digital Solutions come up with the statement for its very first camera. This firm come into existence after Olympus lost its camera division to a Japanese investment group. The Olympus OM-System OM-1 is a flagship Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera. It act as a replacement for previous high-end Olympus designs such as the O-MD E-M1 Mark III.

Olympus shooters will recall its OM-1 brand; a 35mm SLR camera of the similar name the OM range that get a launch in 1972. This new system keeps the Olympus brand on the body. although the firm warns DPreview that it is probably the only version to do so.

The OM-1 needs to have a new 20mp layer Camera sensor and a newer chipset. It allows capturing stills at 50 frames per second with zoom lenses. It also offers auto exposure or up to 120 frames per sec with emphasis and exposure cast at the first frame when you use it with an electronic sensor with such Pro-series lenses. The OM-1 too can record 4K video at 60 frames per second with up to 90 mins. on a single battery charge or 2 hours with external power.

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OM System OM-1: A post-Olympus flagship camera

The structure has been revised, yet it still reflects former Olympus cameras. It has an IP53 grade for external sealing. The lens now boasts a 5.76 million-dot OLED panel. There’s a 1.62 million-dot 3-inch flexible touchpad with a redesigned menu system.

At $2,199 for the handset alone and $2,799 as a package with a redesigned 12-40mm f/2.8 lens. The latest OM-1 is unlikely to appeal to professionals who aren’t already engaged in Olympus cameras. However, for many who are, it appears to be a huge update. It is surely a substantial redesign that pulls the Micro Four Thirds series up to date and signals the new regime is passionate about upholding Olympus’ reputation. It’ll be out early next month.

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