After all, the OM-D sensor is Panasonic and ..

Started Apr 30, 2012 | Discussions thread
Aleo Veuliah
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Re: Brian can you give an answer on this ? I can't get one ...

I agree on that, is good if Olympus found another good sensor brand, if needed and if they want to pay more, cameras will cost more

But my question to you, (or to anyone who knows the correct answer), why Fuji does not provide sensors to Micro 4/3 ? After all they belong to this system

I found this very strange and also why they don't have any Micro 4/3 camera ?

Brian Mosley wrote:

It's a fairly clear and logical argument that having two competing sensor solutions for m4/3rds will benefit the format - I sincerely hope that Olympus have managed to find an alternative manufacturing partner for their sensor...

I don't understand the logic in favour of Panasonic being the sole supplier of sensors for 4/3rds and m4/3rds... unless you're a Panasonic shareholder / brand fan.

At this stage, we have no evidence on which to determine the supplier. Only hope and hearsay - did dpreview offer any evidence for their guesswork?


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