Olympus E-5 teased

Specs for new Micro Four Thirds snapper outed

HD video and 12.1 megapixels crammed into new snapper.

Olympus’s latest Micro Four Thirds camera has just been teased, with an invite to the snapper’s unveiling making its way onto the web.

What’s more, specs for the slimline super camera have also slipped out. Word is it’ll rock 12.1 megapixels, along with ISO up to a whacking 6,400, making it a low light lovers’ dream. It’s also said to come packing 720p HD video recording skills at 30fps.

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Round the back there’s a 3-inch LCD screen, with an SD card reader and 11 point autofocus system baked inside. Official details are due to be handed over next Wednesday, 15 September.

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Via Electronista