Until the end of the year to be released Olympus E-M1 Mark II, which will surpass SLR camera professional level»

Olympus develops an E-M1 Mark II Micro Four Thirds system, which will be headed by the family of the OM-D. About the manufacturer told before the opening of Photokina, stating that the device, which has already spent four years «will surpass SLR camera professional level.» The company promises to release new before the end of this year.

Thanks to the new TruePic VIII processor, which is 3.5 times superior to its predecessor in performance, camera resolution 20 MP will be able to conduct continuous shooting speeds of up to 18 K/s, by storing images in RAW format. By locking focus, you can raise the speed to 60 fps. the shutter Resource producer is estimated at 200 000. As for sensitivity, extended range is ISO 64-6400.

Brand new AF system 121 includes cross point integrated into the image sensor. High focusing speed is provided, in particular, the use of a dedicated Quad-core processor. The efficiency of embedded system, image stabilization manufacturer estimates 5.5 level of exposure, but if together with the camera using a new lens M. ZUIKO Digital ED 12-100mm f4.0 IS PRO, you can win and all 6.5 degrees.

Special mode allows you to take pictures with a resolution of 50 MP. An interesting feature is also a Pro mode Capture, where the camera starts shooting when you half-shutter. Are stored in the memory 14 of the images taken directly before clicking through.

Other advantages of the camera related to the wide dynamic range and low noise, support for 4K video frame rate to 24 fps and improved electronic viewfinder with a refresh rate of 120 K/s and a delay of 6 milliseconds. The camera is equipped with two slots for memory cards SD UHS-II. It will be protected from moisture and dust, exposure to low temperatures (-10°C). Battery capacity compared to the capacity of the camera battery Olympus E-M1 increased by 37%.

About the price of the camera while data are not available.

Sources: Olympus DP Review

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