Olympus has a new camera in the works in the form of the Olympus OMD E-M10, and now thanks to newly leaked photos (via Digicame-Info), we have additional photos of the OMD E-M10 that will give us a better idea of what to expect when the camera finally gets announced. The camera was first rumored about back in 2013 where an announcement was rumored to be taking place soon, although when exactly remains a mystery. However with CP+ taking place later in February, it has been speculated that CP+ could be a potential platform in which Olympus might take advantage of to announce its latest product.
What we do know about the device is that it will sport a 16MP sensor, an EVF, built-in flash, a TruePic VII processor, 3-axis stabilization, and could be priced at around $760 for the body-only, or $900 for the kit lens option. Also based on what we are looking at, assuming the photos are the real deal, it looks like Olympus will be keeping to its design philosophy which was also made apparent in the OMD E-M5 which featured a somewhat retro-design, although we guess that is not a bad thing. In any case take it with a grain of salt for now, but do check back with us during CP+ to see if there are any official announcements to be had.
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