New info for the E-7...can you say mirrorless ?

Started Jun 29, 2013 | Discussions thread
altair8800
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Re: really - no pro Micro Four Thirds
In reply to bobn2, Jul 8, 2013

Bobn2 wrote:

altair8800 wrote:

rovingtim wrote:

How about reading just a little bit further.

"At this moment, we cannot say anything for sure, because there are many possibilities -- it could be Micro Four Thirds, or Four Thirds, or somehow a hybrid."

By the way, about the size of the new camera he says this:

"We would also like to provide the benefits of a small body size. You may remember these policies were also a key part of the Four Thirds concept itself."

Just so people know what we are talking about, here is the interview:

http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2012/09/27/qa-with-olympus-innovation-key-to-staying-ahead-of-mirrorless-competititon

While it is interesting to see him hedge later, "we think we still need the E-System to satisfy professional photographers" leaves no room for Micro Four Thirds professional.

There is room for weasel words. The E-M5 is an 'E system' camera - it has an 'E' at the front.

Yes, I guess the first part is still needed:

Ogawa: "Of course, we're reaching a high level of performance with our Micro Four Thirds mirrorless product, but we are still not satisfied with these at the professional level. That's why we think we still need the E-System to satisfy professional photographers."

He is clearly separating Micro Four Thirds mirrorless from E-System and I think only the E-1,3,5 series are considered professional level.

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