We have been hearing the rumors that Olympus has been working on the OMD E-M10 camera which is said to be announced in the near future, and now thanks to the folks at Digicame-Info, photos of the device have made their way online. Based on what we see, and assuming they are accurate, it looks like the OMD E-M10 will be sharing the same design philosophy of the OMD E-M5, which is one that seems a bit retro/vintage which we’re sure will appeal to some photographers who might be able to appreciate that kind of look.
As for its specs, naturally Olympus has not confirmed anything yet but based on the rumors, the OMD E-M10 will sport an EVF, built-in flash, a 16MP sensor which is the same as the E-M5 but without PDAF, a TruePic VII processor similar to the one found in the E-M1, 3 axis stabilization, and will be launched with a new compact zoom kit lens. In terms of pricing, the rumors are saying that the OMD E-M10 will be priced at around $760 for the body-only, while the version that comes bundled with the kit lens will retail for $900. Take it with a grain of salt for now, but it is possible that the camera will be announced at CP+, so check back with us then for the details.