Olympus Four Thirds Concept Camera At Photokina

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Olympus E-System Four Thirds Concept Camera

Olympus Photokina Four Thirds Concept CameraOlympus is introducing a new Four Thirds “concept camera” at Photokina. They’re calling it an “advanced amateur” camera and positioning it between the E-520 and the flagship E-3 digital SLR. They say it will have all of the most important technology of the E-3, including the 11-point auto focus system, built-in image stabilization, a tilt/swivel LCD, and a sensor dust-cleaning system. A model of the new camera will be on display at Photokina and it should be available before the end of March, 2009.

Olympus E-System Four Thirds Concept Camera Press Release

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  • lara says:

    Wow its great it shows the future out come of Olympus really it has enhanced with good and wonderful futures with 11-point zooming and all , all expecting for march,2009


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  • Patia says:

    Looks like it has great potential.

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