The well-know Japan-based producer of imaging devices, Olympus has made a breathtaking comeback in Indian space with its avant-garde creation, called OM-D E-M5 Mark II. Featuring groundbreaking technology in heavy-duty Shell, newly-announced gadget clearly reflects the hard endeavor of corporation. Notably, this mirror-less snapper carries a price tag of Rs. 74,990 (body-only) for domestic marketplace.
Diving into the successor of well-built: Olympus OM-D E-M5, OM-D E-M5 Mark II incorporates more advanced and improved 5-axis VCM image stabilization system compatible with shift blurring, which is capable to capture vibrant and sharp images and shoot videos in any type of shaking even in dark locations.
This Micro Four Thirds interchangeable lens system camera is decked with a 16-megapixel 4/3 Live MOS Sensor and houses an upgraded 81-point autofocus system to produce astonishing virtual output of real world. The integration of a high-quality TruePic VII image processor do reminiscent of OM-D flagship model, E-M1 and it manifest itself to deliver amazing optical performance by reducing false colors.
Here, 40M High Res Shot has been incorporated into E-M5 Mark II for artistic photos, landscapes, and scenes that demand High Res shots, says Olympus. The one more USP of this clicking machine is its dustproof, splashproof and freezeproof (down to -10℃) compact body, which will surely allure the outdoor-oriented photography-enthusiasts.
To beat the full-frame DSLR cameras, shooter is outfitted with super large electronic viewfinder (EVF) display with 1.48x viewfinder magnification and produces ultra-high resolution of 2.36M-dot that has been boasted to click natural-looking pictures. Well, an exact date of availability has not been specified yet, so prospective buyers will have to wait for a while to get their hands on device.
During the inauguration ceremony, general manager of Olympus Corporation: Marc Radatt has stated that "India is a very important and fast growing market for us and by next year, we expect to have a 10-15% market share in this mushrooming segment."