As we mentioned this morning, the Italian distributor of Olympus products, Polyphoto, organized a meeting to see live the newborn Olympus PEN E-P5, mirrorless Micro Four Thirds that borrows some of the characteristics peculiar to the top of the line OM- D E-M5, such as the 16-megapixel Live MOS sensor.
The new PEN, however, offers a renewed 5-axis stabilizer and autofocus FAST AF next generation of both of the details seem convincing in the first contact we had with the car after the press conference. For the manual focus is also available the focus peaking function.
Among the changes the integration of a pop-up flash, while the absence of the EVF is partly mitigated by the presence in the catalog of the new optional viewfinder, which should make its appearance in some kits. Among the changes the ability to record timelapse, condensate automatically in a video, albeit with some limitations, such as the maximum number of shots set at 99. Interesting touch display adjustable, as well as the integration of Wi-Fi connectivity.
The aesthetics of the car, especially in the silver version, it is very apt and could be pointed to the new mirrorless vintage lovers and all those who have previously owned a PEN film. Here it is live in our video: