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Olympus OM-D E-M1X: everything we know so far
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Jan 16, 2019 10:37 AM 2+ mon ago

Yet, with even more refined image stabilization than before, and high-resolution capture settings, it's clearly also as viable an option for those shooting medium-format landscapes on a tripod as it is for those capturing handheld shots in low light. So just how well can it satisfy everyone?

The OM-D E-M1X is, quite clearly, the most advanced camera Olympus has produced to date, and the spec sheet shows it to be taking the fight to its competitors, which is just as well given how much stronger the combined threat from established systems and newer ones showing plenty of of promise now is.

Unlike almost all of its peers, the camera has a 20.4MP Live MOS Four Thirds sensor, which is significantly smaller than full-frame types and smaller still than APS-C ones. The focus on sports and action shooting means resolution clearly isn't the priority, although it will be interesting to see just how much longer the 20MP barrier for sensors ...

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