Film photographers will be very familiar with the shape and the look of the Olympus OM-D E-M5. But instead of taking 135 film at the back, this one is all digital, with a 16-megapixel Live MOS sensor on a micro 4/3 format. Olympus’ in-house testing claims it to have the fastest autofocus in modern cameras, but that’s yet to be seen so we’ll take the data with a grain of salt. It does however, feature a face and eye recognition AF plus a fast, 9fps shooting rate and a weather-sealed body. Several new lenses and other accessories will be available as the Oly struggles to bring itself back to life after a tumultuous year of bankruptcy and leadership changes. $1,000+.
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