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    OM System OM-1 Mark II Camera Announced


    On a live event, OM Digital announced three new products and a new lens road map. The most notable is the new OM-1 Mark II camera.


    The OM System OM-1 Mark II is a Micro Four Thirds camera with a 20MP Stacked CMOS sensor, designed for high-speed performance. It serves as an updated version of the flagship OM-1, featuring various hardware and firmware enhancements.

    Set to launch on February 26th, the OM-1 Mark II will be priced at $2399, marking a $200 increase from the original model released in February 2022. The OM-1 Mark II debuts two years after the release of the original model, bringing about a range of improvements rather than a radical shift in specifications compared to its predecessor.






    Rebranded as OM SYSTEMS (note that the OM-1 still carries the Olympus name), this camera boasts several noteworthy enhancements, including a doubled internal buffer memory, an impressive 8.5 stops In-Body Image Stabilization (IBIS), 14-bit raw support for High-Resolution Mode, advanced human AI recognition, the addition of computational ND filters, a superior focusing system, and improved ergonomics.


    Here an initial review:








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    I wonder if it has the same dimensions, i.e., fit in the same housings.

    Otherwise not so clear how much an upgrade it it over the OM-1.


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