Olympus E-M10III camera is rumored to be announced in 2017. So will the Mark III version of the OM-D-series E-M10 shooter employ the same 16-megapixel sensor as its predecessor?
Currently there is no leaked information for the E-M10III specs. However, we think that the most wondered, the new model will have the image sensor in the resolution.
We believe that the Olympus might use the 20MP Four Thids sensor that is introduced with the E-M1 Mark II in a possible E-M5 Mark III. More details after the break!
Olympus to annouce the E-M10III camera in 2017
The E-M10 is the low-end mirrorless camera of the OM-D-series. Olympus launched it in early 2014 and the Mark II model has been unveiled in 2015. Now the Japan-based company will allegedly introduce the E-M10 Mark II replacement in 2017.
Rumored Olympus OM-D E-M10III Specs
- 16MP Four Thirds CMOS sensor
- 4k video recording
- High-resolution image
- Built-in EVF
- Built-in Wi-Fi
- Around $799 body-only
The rumor mill recently revealed that Olympus will announce a new OM-D-series Micro Four Thirds shooter in the 2017 and it is going to be the E-M10III camera. Stay tuned with us for more information.
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